Rochester is hiring police officers at a starting salary of $42,000

Posted at 3:04 PM, Jul 17, 2018

The City of Rochester is reaching into the 716 for help in finding a new class of police officers.

Posters advertising Rochester's upcoming police exam are popping up at NFTA rail stations in Buffalo. 

The next entry-level police officer civil service exam is September 15th, but applicants must apply by August 1st. 

The starting annual salary is $41,985 plus benefits. Veteran officers can make $73,315 before overtime.

The selection process includes a written examination, a physical agility test, a psychological evaluation, a medical examination, a background investigation and a final interview. 

The city expects to welcome 25 to 30 people into its next class of officers. 

For more information on how to apply, click here


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