SALEM — More than three dozen law enforcement agencies will be coming together in Salem on April 5th and 6th to share information about their work, and career opportunities, for the 2019 Law Enforcement Career Fair.
Across Oregon, city, county, state, and tribal law enforcement agencies are looking to hire approximately 500 men and women from diverse backgrounds to work in various positions to help keep Oregon communities safe.
“The Law Enforcement Career Fair will provide those interested in a rewarding and exciting career opportunity the ability to talk with men and women currently serving,” said Eriks Gabliks, Director of the Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training.
Agencies Look to Hire 500 People
Employment opportunities include positions such as police officer, sheriff’s deputy, state trooper, corrections officer, 9-1-1 operator, research and crime analyst, K-9 handler, explosives technician, crime scene technicians, and many others.
The Law Enforcement Career Fair is hosted by the Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training, the Oregon Association of Chiefs of Police, the Oregon State Sheriff’s Association, and the Oregon Peace Officers Association. It will take place at the Oregon Public Safety Academy at 4190 Aumsville Highway SE in Salem Oregon.