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Washington County Kansas Sheriff's Department - Washington, KS

Sheriff's Badge Washington County, KS
Justin Cordry, Sheriff
   Address: 301 B Street
   Washington, KS 66968
   Email Sheriff's Office
         Or enter: wcs2924@sbcglobal.net

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To become a Law Enforcement Officer:
   you must have a high School diploma or equivalent
   must be a U.S. citizen
   must be at least 21 years of age
   must have a valid drivers license
   have no:
       (1) felony convictions
      (2) misdemeanors
      (3) felony domestic violence convictions
      (4) DUI convictions
      (5) diversions within three years.

You must successfully complete a physical, a thorough background investigation, psychological evaluation and drug screening. Officers must obtain basic certification at the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center within one year of employment.

Kansas law enforcement officers must satisfactorily complete a minimum of 400 hours of basic law enforcement training to attain their law enforcement certification. The basic training is a 14-week, 560-hour course.

Additionally, to maintain their law enforcement certification each officer must obtain 40-hours of continuing education annually in subjects related directly to law enforcement.