Town of Boonton Police - Hiring & Recruitment
The Town of Boonton is a NEW JERSEY CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION - LAW ENFORCEMENT jurisdiction, therefore, all phases of the recruitment, selection, and hiring process for entry level law enforcement positions conform to the rules and regulations established by the New Jersey Civil Service Commission and Town of Boonton Code. Entry-level examinations are conducted exclusively by the New Jersey Civil Service Commission approximately once every two years. Information about upcoming tests can be found here. Once an individual has successfully passed the entry-level examination they will be placed on a list of candidates that the Town of Boonton Police Department can draw from. When a position becomes available, a list of eligible candidates is requested from the State Civil Service Commission, and up to ten (10) of the top candidates who have responded that they are interested in the position will receive notice to respond to pick up an application for employment. Upon successful completion of the written application process, candidates will be subject to background investigations including, but not limited to, fingerprinting, criminal & motor vehicle history checks, reference checks, and panel interviews from Officers in various ranks of the Agency. If an individual successfully completes this phase of pre-employment screening, they will be offered a conditional offer of employment, subject to psychological and medical screenings.