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Marion County Sheriff'S Office is Accepting Cadet ApplicationsSalem-News.com
(Salem, Oregon) - The Marion County Sheriff's Office Cadet Program was created to introduce young men and women to law enforcement and develop them as future leaders. Here's a chance to experience, first hand, what it takes to be a Patrol Deputy, Parole & Probation Deputy, or Corrections Deputy. Many former Cadets have used their experiences to start their career in law enforcement.
So, if you're between 15 & 20 years of age, a citizen of the United States, and enrolled full-time in school with at least 2.5 grade point average, you may qualify to join our Cadet Program.
You'll learn about teamwork and develop leadership skills while working with our Deputies. Selected applicants will participate in an interview process and must pass a background investigation. Successful applicants will begin an 8-week Cadet Academy that starts on January 15th, and meets every Saturday. If interested, turn your application in by November 30th.
Once trained, you'll ride along with deputies on patrol, participate in community relations programs, assist with traffic control & security, and learn more about the professions associated with the field of law enforcement.
Cadets are expected to complete 20 hours of volunteer work each month.
For more information, visit our web site at www.GoMcso.com and click on the Cadet Unit link for an application!
If you have a question, please contact Sergeant Kristin Knutson at Kknutson@co.marion.or.us
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