Tuesday, March 16th, 2021 - 11am - 2pm ET
This site will go LIVE on the date of the event! Scroll down to preregister or tour our VIRTUAL Law Enforcement job fair booths, learn about agencies hiring in your area and click their booth to enter a LIVE chat with a recruiter! Also explore our virtual jobs board here.
Attending our VIRTUAL Law Enforcement Hiring Expo is easy, efficient and can be done from the comfort of your own home or current office! This site will become LIVE on the day of the event so bookmark it now! You can register for this event below!
Click on the agency logo to be taken to their booth. You can login using a guest account, or with Facebook or Twitter!
Communicate directly with a eager law enforcement career seekers LIVE through your own VIRTUAL booth. Share open positions, answer questions individually or in a group through your own easy to use custom chat room as part of your booth- all from your office or home. Our recruitment efforts target veteran populations, criminal justice graduates, and lateral transfers.
For Career Seekers: CLICK HERE
For Employers: CLICK HERE
If you are having issues logging in, click on the text field at the bottom of the chat window and it will bring up the login prompt. Career seekers should login with a Guest account or with Facebook or Twitter. Employers should login with their email address and the password previously provided.
The United States Capitol Police (USCP) is a CALEA nationally-accredited, federal law enforcement agency. The USCP safeguards the Congress, Members of Congress, employees, visitors, and Congressional buildings and grounds from crime, disruption, and terrorism. We protect and secure Congress so it can fulfill its constitutional and legislative responsibilities in a safe, secure and open environment.
Hiring for: Sworn Officers
The Chesterfield County Police Department is committed to being a nationally recognized leader in law enforcement through hiring, training, and promoting the finest police professionals. Our department is dedicated to the use of innovative and adaptive law enforcement technology, as well as implementing effective crime prevention strategies with our community partners. We are devoted to ensuring the safety and security of our community through exceptional service.
Chesterfield County is located in central Virginia and adjoins the City of Richmond. The county is 90 miles south of Washington, D.C. and just a short drive to the beaches and mountains. Chesterfield County is home to over 323,000 residents and is approximately 440 square miles.
Hiring for: Sworn Officers
The Hopewell Police Department will uphold the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia and the Constitution of the United States while serving our diverse community with professionalism, integrity, justice and with the highest moral and ethical standards with our highly trained, accredited workforce.
We are committed to the prevention of crime, the protection of life and property and the preservation of peace and public order. We will continue to build upon our partnership with the community while enhancing the quality of life through innovative practices.
We aim to provide service of the highest standards to our community through collaboration and creating an environment where our staff and our community will succeed in making Hopewell a great place to live, work and play.
Hopewell is comprised of approximately 23,000 residents and has a police force of 70 sworn officers. The police department is broken up into two divisions, field services and support services. Field services is comprised of patrol, K-9 program, animal services, school resource officers and the crossing guards. Support services is comprised of criminal investigations, street crimes unit, training and recruitment, crime analysis, S.W.A.T., hostage negotiations, community engagement team.
The Hopewell Police Department’s hiring philosophy is simple – we recruit the best and the brightest. If you are among those people who strive for excellence and want an exciting career where you make a difference, we invite you to join our team. The Hopewell Police Department offers many different fulfilling career paths and opportunities for police officers.
Hiring for: Sworn Officers| Other non-sworn officers
The Sheriff’s Office was created in 1742, at the same time Fairfax County was formed, and is now one of three public safety agencies responsible for the safety and well-being of the 1.1 million residents of Fairfax County. Sheriff Stacey A. Kincaid and her deputies also serve the City of Fairfax and the towns of Herndon and Vienna.
The position of Sheriff is established by the Constitution of Virginia. At best count, there have been 77 sheriffs in Fairfax County since 1742, including Sheriff Stacey A. Kincaid. Though early sheriffs served for terms of two years, the people elect the current position every four years.
Core functions of the Sheriff’s Office are: operate the Adult Detention Center; provide security for the courtrooms, courthouse and surrounding complex; and serve/execute civil law process on behalf of the courts.
In addition, the Sheriff's Office has an active community engagement program.
Sheriff Kincaid helped launch Diversion First so that incarceration would no longer be the default solution for individuals experiencing a mental health crisis.
The Sheriff’s Office is accredited by the National Commission on Correctional Health Care, American Correctional Association, Virginia Department of Corrections and Virginia Law Enforcement Professional Standards Commission. The Sheriff’s Office also participates in several state, county and internal audits throughout the year.
Hiring for: Sworn Officers
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