Below are employment listings for law enforcement agencies in Missouri. If your organization has an opening OR your organization's opening has been filled, please contact POST.
573-751-3409 or post@dps.mo.gov

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LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER

Appleton City Police Officer
The City of Appleton City is currently accepting applications and resumes for the position of Police Officer. Candidates must be 21 years of age at the time of employment, have a high school diploma or equivalent, be POST Certified, have a valid Missouri driver's license, and be a U.S. citizen. Interested candidates must submit a completed application to the City Hall at 114 E 4th St. Appleton City, Mo 64724. Applications may be picked up at City Hall.

Aurora Police Officer
The Aurora MO Police Department is now accepting applications for the position of Police Officer with the City of Aurora, MO. Qualified Individuals must be 21 years of age, have current Missouri Post class A or B certification, have a high school diploma or GED equivalent, have a valid Missouri Driver’s License, and be a U.S. citizen. Please apply in person at the Aurora Police Department, located at 106 S. Elliott Ave. Aurora MO.

Bella Villa Police Officer (Part-Time)

Bellefontaine Neighbors Police Officer

Bollinger County Deputy Sheriff

Boone County Deputy Sheriff Trainee | Deputy Sheriff

Boonville Police Officer

Bourbon (City of) Police Officer

Bowling Green (City Of) Police Officer

Breckenridge Hills Police Officer

Brookfield Police Officer

California Police Officer

Carterville (City of) Patrol Officers (Full and Part-time)

Chariton County Deputy
The Chariton County Sheriff's Department is now accepting applications for the position of Deputy with the County of Chariton. Qualified Individuals must be 21 years of age, have current Missouri Post class A or B certification, have a high school diploma or GED equivalent, have a valid Missouri Driver's License, and be a U.S. citizen. Please apply in person at the Chariton County Sheriff's Department, located at 307 S. Cherry Street, Keytesville, MO 65261

Chesterfield Police Officer

Clay County Park Ranger

Clayton Police Officer | Recruitment Flyer

Cole Camp Police Patrolman (Full-time and Part-time)

Columbia Police Officer

Crane Police Officer
The City of Crane is accepting applications for a full-time police officer. Applicants must meet POST requirements, be able to pass a background investigation and drug screening, possess a valid Missouri driver's license, and currently be POST certified. Benefits following probation include health, dental, accident, and life insurances. Position starts at $14.00-$17.00 per hour, based on prior experience.  Application forms and information on the position are available at Crane City Hall located at 120 N. Commerce, Crane, Missouri (417) 723-5500, ext. 104. Applications accepted until position is filled. City of Crane is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Creve Coeur Police Officer

El Dorado Springs Police Officer

Gallatin (City of) Police Officer

Gasconade County Sheriff's Office Patrol Deputies (2)

Gladstone Police Officer

Greenfield Police Officer

Hayti Police Officer | Job Description

Hannibal Police Officer

Herculaneum Police Officer

Higginsville Police Officer

Houston Police Officer

Howell County Employment Opportunities

Independence Police Officer

Jackson Police Officer

Jackson County, Missouri Park Ranger

Lake Lotawana Police Officer

Lake Winnebago Police Officer (full and part-time)

Laurie (City of) Police Officer (2 Full-time Positions)

Lawson Police Officer | Application

Louisiana (City of) Police Officer

Lebanon (City of) Police Officer

Macon Police Officer | Application

Marionville Police Officer
The Marionville MO Police Department is now accepting applications for the position of Police Officer with the City of Marionville, MO. Qualified Individuals must be 21 years of age, have current Missouri Post class A or B certification, have a high school diploma or GED equivalent, have a valid Missouri Driver’s License, and be a U.S. citizen. Please apply in person at the Aurora-Marionville Police Department, located at 106 S. Elliott Ave. Aurora MO.

Marshall Police Officer

Mineral Area Narcotics Officer (Mineral Area Drug Task Force)

Mound City Police Officer

Nevada Police Officer

North County Police Cooperative Police Officer

North County Police Officer

Oronogo Police Officer

Orrick Police Officer

Osage Beach Police Officer

Osage County Deputy Sheriff

Palmyra Police Officer

Riverside Police Officer

Rogersville Police Officer

Rolla Police Officer | Job Description

Salem Police Officer

Scott City Police Officer

Sedalia Police Officer | Application for Employment | Personal History Statement - Part 1

Shelby County Sheriff's Deputy

Sikeston Public Safety Officer

Smithville Police Officer

Springfield Police Officer

St. Louis City Police Officer

Sunset Hills Police Officer

Taney County Sheriff's Deputy

Texas County Sheriff's Deputy

Trenton Police Officer

Vernon County Patrol Deputy (Recruiting Flyer)

Vienna Police Officer

Warren County Deputy Sheriff

Wellsville Police Officer (Part Time)

Wentzville Police Officer

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LAW ENFORCEMENT SUPERVISOR

Waverly (City of) Chief of Police

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COMMUNICATIONS/DISPATCHER

Bollinger County Communications Officer

Clay County Communications Officer (911 Dispatcher)

Florissant (City of) Dispatcher

Howell County Employment Opportunities

Jackson Communications Officers

St. Louis County Public Safety Dispatcher

Sunset Hills Communications Officer

Wentzville Dispatch Officer - Part-Time

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CORRECTIONS/JAIL

Bollinger County Jailer/Bailiff

Boone County Detention Officer | Control Room Officer | Warrant Specialist

Callaway County Sheriff's Office Corrections Officer

Cape Girardeau County Jail Deputy and Civilian Corrections Officer

  • Applicants must be at least 21 for Jail Deputy and 18 years of age for civilian Corrections Officer at the time of employment, possess a high school diploma or equivalent, be a US citizen, a resident of the State of Missouri, and must not have any felony record or convictions of any crime involving moral turpitude. Jail Deputy’s must be POST certified.

    Jail Deputy’s & Corrections Officers currently work 12 hours shifts with every other weekend off and include both day and night shifts.

    Benefits package will fall under the guidelines of benefits offered by Cape Girardeau County to include: paid Holidays, vacation, sick time, employee Health Insurance, two retirement programs and uniform allowance. Starting pay for Corrections Officers is 13.90 an hour. Starting pay for Jail Deputy’s is 16.35 an hour.

    Applications are available online and can also be picked up at the Sheriff's Office. Only applications completed in entirety will be considered.

Christian County Corrections Officer

Clay County Detention Officer | Deputy

Clinton County Detention Deputy

Cole County Jailer

Howell County Employment Opportunities

Independence Detention Officer

Jackson County Corrections Officer

Jasper County Detention Officer

Johnson County Civilian Detention Officer

Vernon County Corrections | Transportation Officer (Recruiting Flyer)

Warren County Deputy Sheriff, Corrections Officer, and Records Clerk

Webster County Detention Officer, Reserve Deputy, and Jail Administrative Assistant

Wentzville Corrections Technician

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OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT RELATED POSITIONS (including internships)

Boone County Records Specialist | Deputy Court Marshal I

Gladstone Paramedic/Firefighter

Independence Police Grant Project Coordinator | Property Control Technician (Part Time)

St. Louis County Report Clerk

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573-751-3409 OR POST@DPS.MO.GOV