Disqualification Guidelines for Police Officer & CSO Applicants

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The following criteria may cause the disqualification of an applicant from the Police Officer and/or CSO selection process: 

INTEGRITY

- Any commission or conviction for a felony offense other than described in the Narcotics Behavior section - Any commission or conviction for a misdemeanor, not including traffic within the last three years
- Falsification of any official document (i.e. any business record) within the last three years - Knowingly offering, soliciting or accepting a bribe

NARCOTICS BEHAVIOR

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- Any Distribution or manufacture of a controlled substance
- Any use or possession of any form of marijuana within the last two years 
-Any use of a narcotic, including but not limited to cocaine, LSD, mushrooms, steroids, or amphetamines, within the last five years
-Any use of a narcotic, on or off duty, while employed as a law enforcement officer

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DRIVING HISTORY

- Any suspension, revocation or denial of a request for a drivers license within the last five years
- Receipt of two or more traffic convictions (6 points or more each) within the last three years
- Receipt of more than three traffic convictions (5 points or less each) within the last three years
- Any conviction for DUI/DWAI/DUID within the past ten years
- More than one conviction for DUI/DWAI/DUID regardless of the time frame

 

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EXCESSIVE FORCE/VIOLENCE

- Any use of physical force against another person resulting in physical harm, requiring medical attention   except as authorized by law within the last three years 

- More than one sustained complaint or any suspension for excessive force within the last three years More than one sustained complaint or any suspension for excessive force within the last three years 
- Any commission or conviction of any unlawful sexual contact involving a child
- Any commission or conviction of child abuse resulting in any injury or any involvement in one chargeable child abuse incidents
- Any conviction for domestic abuse that prohibits the carrying of a gun

 

FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

- Any individual debt or debts totaling $500.00 or more that is or was 90 days delinquent over the last two years not the result of unexpected loss of employment, divorce, injury, or illness.
-Knowingly writing two or more non-sufficient funds checks totaling $500.00 or more in aggregate within the last three years

 

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY AND DISCIPLINE  (including school & military)

- Any intentional omission or falsification of any question contained in the Town of Breckenridge employment application
- Any court martial resulting in dismissal from military service within the last five years