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Posted on: June 14, 2018

[ARCHIVED] Bristol PD is hiring

PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE ANNOUNCEMENT: 
The City of Bristol is accepting applications for Police Officer testing to establish an eligibility list to fill future
vacancies. Initial testing requires possession of a CHIP Card (physical ability exam) issued after January
14, 2018, successful completion of a written and oral examination. Additionally, a psychological, medical
exam including drug screen, polygraph examination and extensive background investigation are required prior
to hire.

VETERANS PREFERENCE: 5 points will be added to a final passing score (maximum score = 100 points)
for veterans who have completed a minimum of 90 days of active military service with an honorable discharge
or a discharge under honorable conditions. Copy of Form DD-214 Member-4 can either be downloaded when
completing the employment application by June 30, 2018, or submitted in person at the written exam on July
14, 2018. Failure to provide adequate paperwork by Saturday, July 14, 2018, will forfeit your eligibility to
receive veteran’s points.

SALARY RANGE: $63,934 - $77,714/year

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AT TIME OF APPLICATION:
 Must be 21 years of age High School Diploma or GED United States Citizen

APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR WRITTEN EXAMINATION AND CHIP TESTING IS JUNE 30, 2018:
 Must complete Online Police Officer Application at www.bristolct.gov
 CHIP Physical Ability Test Registration online at www.ichiptest.com
 There are two opportunities for CHIP testing
 Register early by June 16, 2018, and take the CHIP test in Bristol, CT on June 23, 2018
OR
 Register by June 30, 2018 to take CHIP test on July 7, 2018; location to be determined

UPDATES: All communication regarding exam dates, results, etc., will be provided via EMAIL sent from
mailbot@applitrack.com. You may need to add this address to your “ALLOWED SENDERS” list on your
email settings or it may be delivered to your junk/spam mail folder.
This posting is intended as a guide to the initial phase of the application process and must not be taken as a
complete description of the position or process. Our Police Officer Testing Summary contains additional
information. Testing process questions, please call the Personnel Dept. (860) 584-6175. For general
questions regarding the Bristol Police Department, please email BPDRecruitment@bristolct.gov .

Equal Opportunity Employer

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