All police officer/patrolman positions and telecommunicator are filled from an eligibility list provided to the Police Division by the Civil Service Commission of the City of Sylvania. Requests for applications or for employment information should be directed to the Civil Service Commission. You can contact them at 419-885-8926.
Applicants are not required to reside in the state of Ohio, nor is Ohio residency required for appointment.
The City of Sylvania Civil Service Commission announces a written examination for the position of POLICE OFFICER with the Division of Police, Department of Public Safety for the City of Sylvania on Wednesday, September 26 2018 at 7:00PM. Click HERE for more information.
APPLICATIONS: An application can be downloaded HERE or obtained in the Mayor’s Office located at the Sylvania Administration Building, 6730 Monroe Street, Suite 203, Sylvania, Ohio Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:00 AM and 4:30 PM, excluding weekends.
The duties of the police officer/patrolman include preserving the peace, protecting persons and
property, and obeying and enforcing the ordinances of the City of Sylvania and the laws of the
state of Ohio and the United States.
Applicants for the position must:
- Have attained the age of 21 years on or before the date of the civil service examination
- Possess a valid vehicle operator’s license. Applicants must present a valid operator’s license to be admitted to the civil service examination testing site.
- Be a certified police officer in the state of Ohio or an open-enrollment applicant who has passed the State of Ohio Certification Examination
- Have an associate’s degree or have completed a minimum of 96 quarter hours or 64 semester hours from an accredited college or university
- Applicants must provide a copy of an official college grade transcript with application.
The duties of the police dispatcher include answering emergency and non-emergency phone calls, gathering pertinent information from callers, and dispatching police crews and other required emergency services. Police dispatchers also enter calls for service in the department CAD computer systems; enter reports and other information in the department computer records management system; monitor area police and fire agency radio traffic and perform other office duties pertaining to arrest records, vehicle registrations, record checks, etc.
Applicants for a telecommunicator position must:
- Be 21 years of age on or before the date of the civil service examination.
- Present a valid operator’s license or other valid proof of identify with your photo on it to be admitted to the civil service examination testing site.
- Have an associate’s degree or have completed a minimum of 96 quarter hours or 64 semester hours from an accredited college or university, or have two years of experience as a full-time police dispatcher.
- Applicants must provide a copy of an official college grade transcript and/or proof of two years of work experience as a police dispatcher with application.