Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano and Police Commissioner Patrick J. Ryder, along with Civil Service Executive Director Karl Kampe, announce plans to hold a Nassau County Police Officer Exam on Jan. 16, 2018. The filing deadline to take the exam is Dec. 5, 2017.
County Executive Mangano believes this is an excellent opportunity to apply for a career in law enforcement with the Nassau County Police Department. Becoming a Nassau County Police Officer will enable applicants to serve the community, face new challenges on a daily basis, and have diversified job tasks.
Commissioner Ryder believes it is essential that Nassau County’s Police Force is representative of the community in which we serve. We will be contacting members of all communities in an effort to find qualified individuals from all ethnicities looking to serve their community.
The Nassau County Police Department is a proud organization with a long and distinguished history due to the many dedicated police officers that serve our community. Here is a chance to be a part of our team. The Nassau County Police Department is one of the finest departments in the country and offers many career opportunities which include but not limited to: patrol, marine, aviation, mounted, canine, plainclothes, specialized enforcement, and many others. There is also opportunity in the detective division, which conducts investigations through a number of different squads, some of which are: precincts, homicide, robbery, arson/bomb, property, and special victims. Additional opportunities are available in highway patrol, emergency services, and community affairs.
Applicants can apply to the Nassau County Civil Service Commission website at:
www.nassaucivilservice.com Fee for the exam is $100 which can be paid by credit or debit card.