Edison Police Accepting Applications For Auxiliary Police Officers

EDISON — The Edison Police Department is accepting applications for the position of auxiliary police officer.

The auxiliary police officer position is an unpaid volunteer position for anyone 18 years of age and older, a United States Citizen, possessing a high school diploma or G.E.D, in good physical condition, possessing a valid N.J. Driver’s License and is able to pass a criminal background check and interview. The applicants should be Edison Residents or from towns within close proximity to Edison Township that do not have auxiliary police officers of their own.

The auxiliary police augment the Edison Police Department by assisting with: traffic control functions, crowd control and security, road closures, extra patrols in public parks and properties, and call outs for emergency or disaster situations.

All applicants selected will be required to attend the Middlesex County Auxiliary Police Academy which
starts in early March 2014 and extends until mid-June 2014. The training will occur on Tuesday and Thursday
evenings and every other Saturday during that period of time.

If interested in applying for the position of auxiliary police officer,  contact Sgt. Robert J. Dudash Jr.,
auxiliary police liaison at 732-248-6442 or via e-mail to rdudash@edisonpd.org . Applications can be
downloaded from the Edison Township Website: www.edisonnj.org or from www.edisonpoliceaux.com

Completed applications must be mailed or dropped off to the Edison Police Department, Police Administration Bureau, 100 Municipal Blvd. Edison, NJ. 08817, Attention: Sgt. Robert J. Dudash Jr., Auxiliary Police Liaison.

Applications must be submitted no later than Friday, Dec. 13, at 4 p.m. to be considered for the
anticipated 2014 appointment process.

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