The Reading Police Department is currently seeking candidates for Public Safety Dispatcher. Please click here for more information about this challenging and rewarding opportunity to serve as the communications backbone in our emergency response system.
The Reading Police Department recently left the Civil Service system and is now a Non-Civil Service Department. We give our own entrance examination and conduct our own applicant interviews and background checks. The Department held its most recent entrance examination on February 15, 2014. The test will was administered by Police Exam Solutions. The test results are out and the Reading Police Department is currently in the process of evaluating scores, resumes, cover letters and other forms. Candidates who took the test will be advised of the next step. We appreciate eagreness and motivation, but please refrain from repeated phonecalls or e-mails regarding status updates. The Department plans to fill upcoming vacancies with candidates from the 2014 examination. Information regarding future examinations will be posted here once the current list is exhausted.
Questions? Contact Lieutenant David Clark.
Phone: (781) 942-6765
Crossing Guards serve our local school population by facilitating the safe passage of pedestrians through intersections surrounding our elementary and middle schools. Crossing Guards have the serious responsibility of maintaining safe crossings and educating children, parents and drivers. The Reading Police Department is currently looking for reliable, responsible applicants. Click here for more details.
The Reading Police Department does not have any openings for Civilian Staff at this time. Please check back often.
24 Hours per Day
7 Days per Week
365 Days per Year
Monday thru Friday
8:00 AM to 3:30 PM
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15 Union StreetReading, MA 01867