Working for the Burlington Police Deparment
This profession requires commitment and excellence in every way. We are seeking talented individuals who can thrive in a service-oriented career. In return, we give them the support, training and compensation needed to be successful.
We encourage our officers to use their experience and good judgment to find creative solutions to the situations they encounter on the job daily.
We are a family-friendly organization which supports our officers’ needs at work and at home.
PHASES OF THE HIRING PROCESS
All applicants will be notified via e-mail or telephone upon receipt of the above listed documents. We will notify you and schedule you for a mutually agreeable testing date at the Vermont Police Academy.
- 1 - Written Exam
- 2 - Physical Test
- 3 - Psychological Profile (MMPI-2)
At this time, there is no written exam. Read more about testing...
At this time, the physical fitness test consists of a timed 2000 meter row. Read more...
The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 (MMPI) is a Psychological examination that measures a person’s suitability for law enforcement employment. Twenty-five dollars ($25.00) will be collected at the time the exam is administered. The physical fitness test and MMPI-2 are administered on the same day.
The PHQ is a comprehensive questionnaire, which outlines a candidate’s personal information, previous work experience, education and their financial background. This document will be provided to applicant after PT test is passed and the MMPI is completed. The PHQ must be returned to the Department with all required supporting documentation. Detail is essential here. Omissions, no matter how small, could disqualify the applicant.
Upcoming Entrance Testing Dates
September 27, 2022
October 11, 2022
October 25, 2022
November 8, 2022
November 22, 2022