K-9 Officer Gino
Vinton Police Department
Address: 310 A Avenue, Vinton, IA 52349
Phone: (319) 472-2321
For Emergencies, Dial 911
General Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
We believe that our primary mission is to maintain, and enhance the quality of life for our residents.
We pledge ourselves to the following principles and practices in pursuit of this MISSION:
QUALITY to ensure that the Vinton Police Department is the public safety agency of choice for the citizens of our community.
SERVICE to our community, promoting openness and access to fair and impartial, quality public safety services.
PROFESSIONALISM based on honesty, integrity, loyalty and an awareness of basic human values in our responses to every individual.
COOPERATION with our policy makers and the public we serve, making their goals, needs and priorities our own.
INNOVATION in thought and action, recognizing and responding to current and future needs, and constantly striving to be leaders rather than followers.
COMMITMENT to a work environment that encourages and demands each of us to continually expand our highest potential to higher levels.
TEAMWORK to foster a sense of cooperation among all, recognizing that honest and reliable sharing of information and ideas is vital.
TRUST earned by managing and maintaining the city’s resources responsibly and by conducting ourselves in a way that gains the highest level of confidence from our community.
WE ARE PROUD TO SERVE OUR COMMUNITY!
The Vinton Police Department is currently taking applications for a full time Police Officer.
Police Officers work 12 hour shifts with every other weekend (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) off. All minimum ILEA standards apply. ILEA Certified Officers are preferred. The hiring process will include an interview, medical/drug screening, and MMPI. Non-certified applicants must pass the POST Test and Physical Agility Testing. Testing will be conducted on Saturday, June 3, 2017 at 10:00 AM.
Starting hourly wage for an ILEA Certified Officer is $24.78 with the possibility of other hiring incentives with certification.
ILEA Certified Officers with a break in employment as a law enforcement officer for 180 days or longer must pass the Physical Agility Test. Out of state certified applicants will be required to get Certification through Examination in Iowa.
Physical Agility Standards can be found on ILEA website or by clicking on the link below. https://ileatraining.org/files/DDF/Form-Physical%20Standards.pdf
The deadline for applications is May 19, 2017 at 4:00 PM, all applications after that date/time will not be accepted.
To apply click below or go to www.cityofvinton.org and click on “Police Department Employee Packet” (Fillable PDF). Applications can be mailed to 310 A Avenue, Vinton, IA 52349, Attn: Administrative Assistant Leslie McKibben or Email to email@example.com (preferred).
Please click on the application link below to download and complete our Police Department Employee Application.
Police Department Employee Application Packet (Fillable PDF)
All applications must be completed in full (incomplete applications will be rejected) and returned to:
Vinton Police Department
310 A Avenue
Vinton, IA 52349
The Vinton Police Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Our policy is to treat all applicants equally and fairly irrespective of sex, marital status, civil partnership status, trans-gender status, sexual orientation, race, color, nationality, ethnic origin, national origin, culture, religion, age, or disability.
Salvage Theft Examination
Citizens that are in need to have Salvage Vehicle Theft Examination (VTE) to be done by The Vinton Police Department you will now use the Internet to apply for a VTE and make payment for the Salvage Vehicle Theft Examination within the electronic system, follow the instructions and payment requirements, before you can ever schedule an appointment with law enforcement to complete the Vehicle Theft Examination.
The Vinton Police Department will no longer complete Vehicle Theft Examinations on paper VTE forms nor will we accept any form of payment. The Vinton Police Department will check to ensure that the you have completed your electronic application on line before scheduling a VTE since the Officer(s) can only approval a VTE electronically.
You will need to obtain the appropriate salvage title per Iowa law, have all receipts gathered and the vehicle repaired of all defects (except body markings, trim, paint and airbag replacement per Iowa Code and Administrative rule) you will need to go to the following link to complete the necessary information and to make payment;
Below is link to a video with Instructions in case you have questions about completing the online application process.
You will still need to bring all of the receipts for all parts utilized to repair the Salvage Vehicle to the examination for the Officer to view, a completed permit to drive the vehicle for examination to your inspection location and your Salvage Title as proof of ownership.
Vinton Police Department
Ben Parmater K-9 Officer Gino Eric Lindsey
NOTE: The Vinton Police Department doesn’t have the equipment to do fingerprinting. All requests for fingerprinting should be made to the Benton County Sheriff’s Office by calling 472-2337 during normal office hours and making an appointment with them to have this done.