Applications are being accepted for part-time Police Officers for The Borough of Liberty. The Police Department is looking to fill 2 positions, and each would be scheduled 2-3 shifts per week.
All applicants must meet the following minimum requirements: U.S. citizen, High School Diploma or Equivalency Certificate, 21 years of age, PA Act 120 certified, valid PA Driver's License, good medical condition, and valid first aid and CPR certification. Applicants must pass a thorough background check. Prior police experience preferred.
The Borough of Liberty Police Department is an equal opportunity employer.
A resume and letter of intent should be submitted to: Attn: Chief Riley, Liberty Borough Police Department, 2921 Liberty Way, McKeesport, PA 15133.
Liberty Borough is located in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. The population was 2,551 citizens according to the 2010 census.
Liberty Borough is part of the South Allegheny School District, along with Glassport, Lincoln, and Port Vue. Liberty is home to the district's high school.
Liberty Borough was at one time part of Port Vue but gained its "liberty" from Port Vue in 1912, thus the origin of the name of the town.
Liberty is bounded by Port Vue and McKeesport to the north, Versailles and the Youghiogheny River to the east, Lincoln to the south, and Glassport to the west.
Liberty Borough has a total area of 1.5 square miles, of which 1.4 square miles is land and 0.1 square miles is water.
PLEASE HELP OUR COMMUNITY WIN THE CENSUS CONTEST BY FILLING OUT YOUR CENSUS. IF WE WIN WE WILL RECEIVE ONE OF THESE 3 PRIZES FOR PARKS AND RECREATION: $2500 1ST PLACE
$1500 2ND PLACE
$1000 3RD PLACE
(THE MONEY FOR THIS FUN COMPETITION WAS GRANTED TO OUR COMMUNITIES THROUGH JEFFERSON REGIONAL FOUNDATION)
CENSUS IS IMPORTANT TO OUR COMMUNITY BECAUSE IT HELPS US TO GET OUR FAIR SHARE OF THE FEDERAL FUNDS SPENT ON SCHOOLS, HOSPITALS, ROADS, PUBLIC WORKS, AND OTHER VITAL PROGRAMS. BUSINESSES USE CENSUS DATA TO DECIDE WHERE TO BUILD FACTORIES, OFFICES AND STORES. DEVELOPERS USE THE CENSUS TO BUILD NEW HOMES AND REVITALIZE OLD NEIGHBORHOODS. LOCAL GOVERNMENT USE THE CENSUS FOR PUBLIC SAFETY AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
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