If you are interested in becoming a Correction Officer, take note:
ANNOUNCEMENT: The Niagara County Sheriff’s Office Correction Officer Exam has been scheduled!
In an effort to maintain the highest-level safety, security and professional staffing of the Niagara County Jail, the Niagara County Department of Civil Service will hold a competitive exam for the position of Correction Officer on December 5, 2020.
The deadline to sign up for the exam is October 23, 2020!
Please follow the link to sign up for this fantastic career opportunity
Correction Officers receive a health insurance program, benefits package, retirement program and multiple opportunities to grow within the Department.
NCLEA AT NIAGARA UNIVERSITY:
The Niagara County Law Enforcement Academy (NCLEA) at Niagara University is a partnership between the Niagara County Sheriff’s Department ( main office), Niagara Falls Police Department and Niagara University’s Criminal Justice and External Programs departments. Administered through external programs, the academy trains currently hired, sworn officers and has been approved by the Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) to train pre-employment recruits. It is designed for current civilians throughout New York state who are interested in entering the law enforcement field.
Pre-Employment Recruits (PERs) - Part-Time Academy
Pre-employment recruits are current civilians or non-sworn personnel who are interested in entering into law enforcement as police officers in New York state. The program does not guarantee employment into a police department, but every standard, including physical fitness, attendance, and academics, applies to this program.
NEXT PRE-EMPLOYMENT ACADEMY START DATE: FALL 2021
Sworn Police Officers (SPOs) - Full Time Academy
Currently hired officers though law enforcement departments that are required to complete their training in the academy. SPOs are generally full-time employees in their respective agencies and may or may not enroll in the credit option offered through the criminal justice program at Niagara University.