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Applying to be a police officer

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Application Process


1. Review Reinhardt University Police Academy Entrance Standards


2.Obtain the following required documents:


 Official high school/ GED transcript.

(Sealed Official Copies Only)

 Official transcripts from all colleges/universities attended whether the applicant graduated or not (Sealed Official Copies Only)

 Original high school / GED diploma (required in addition to transcript)

 Original college diploma for highest degree earned (required in addition to transcript)

 Original birth certificate or certified copy with raised seal

 Certified Georgia driver’s history obtained from Georgia Department of Driver Services for the last 7 years

 Certified driver’s history from any other state that applicant has held a license in during the last 10 years

 Original or certified copy of DD-214 (member 4 version)

 Required if applicants served in the U.S. Armed Forces

Valid Georgia drivers licenseSocial Security Card

 Other documentation is required for naturalized U.S. Citizens (contact Phyllis May for details).


3. Once required documents have been obtained, contact Phyllis May at 770-720-5925 or by email at pjm@reinhardt.eduto schedule an appointment.


4. Bring all required documents to the scheduled meeting. An initial review of applicant qualifications will be conducted and remaining processes will be explained.


Applicants are highly encouraged to begin this process at least 15 weeks prior to start date. Please see Course Schedule.


Contact Phyllis May with questions and to schedule an initial appointment. Print Out Application Process

Reinhardt University
North Fulton Center
4100 Old Milton Parkway
Alpharetta, Georgia 30005


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state tooper minimum reqierments


Be a citizen of the United States of America.

Possess a valid, unrestricted driver license.

Be 19½ years old at time of application

Possess a certificate of high school completion or the equivalent from an accredited school.

Vision corrected by contact lenses or surgery to 20/25 in each eye.

If vision is not corrected by contact lenses or surgery, then uncorrected vision no worse than 20/100 in each eye, corrected to 20/25.

Be willing to work weekends, holidays, rotating shifts, and be on 24-hour call.

Be free from the use of narcotics or controlled substances

Body must be well-proportioned and in compliance with departmental height and weight or body fat standards.

Successfully pass a pre-employment polygraph examination.

Be approved for employment after a thorough background investigation.

Successfully pass a departmental medical examination.

Successfully pass a departmental psychological examination.

Be willing to accept statewide assignments.

Knowledge between right and wrong and demonstrate it by example and life style.

Incur the expense of keeping one's uniform clean.

Work in all weather conditions.

Demonstrate the ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide accurately.

Maintain good personal hygiene.

Pay one's bills and meet financial obligations

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