Must be at least 21 years of age, 20 for Academy Cadets meeting TCOLE exemptions
Must possess a Basic Peace Officer License from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement, or be currently enrolled in a basic licensing course approved by TCOLE or Applying for sponsorship during an OPEN and announced period where those applications are being accepted (Usually Dec-Jan)
Must possess a High School Diploma or GED
Must have a valid driver license
Must be a U.S. Citizen
Must read, write, and speak English
Instructions on How to Submit Documentation:
Applicants should not send an personal information such as social security card, birth certificate, or driver license information to recruiters via email. Submitting personal information by email is not a secure form of communication and could result in those items not being accepted.
All City of Snyder applications, Personal History Statements, and accompanying required documents must be hand delivered or mailed to the department clearly marked "PERSONAL AND CONFIDENTIAL" to Snyder Police Department, ATTN: Recruiting, 400 37th Street Snyder, TX 79549.
Incomplete applications will not be accepted.
At Least ONE (1) Applicant Request for RideAlong should be submitted with the Application packet, Any Ride Alongs completed before the application was made DO NOT count towards the 3 required as part of the hiring process.
IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING THE PERSONAL HISTORY STATEMENT
There are very few automatic bases for rejection. Even issues of prior misconduct, employee terminations, and arrests are usually not, in and of themselves, automatically disqualifying. However, deliberate misstatements or omissions can and often will result in your application being rejected, regardless of the nature or reason for the misstatements/omissions. In fact, the number one reason individuals “fail” background investigations is because they deliberately withhold or misrepresent job-relevant information from their prospective employer.
The personal history statement is a governmental document. Be truthful, as there are criminal consequences for lying on a governmental document.