Persons interested in a position as a police officer or supervisor with the Otterbein University Police Department must be a certified police officer through the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC) prior to the submission date of the application.
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Police Application Process
The following are job descriptions and applicant information for positions in the Otterbein University Police Department.
Police Testing Process
The Otterbein University Police Department offers full testing services for the position of police officer through National Testing Network, Inc. To fill out an application and schedule a test, go to www.nationaltestingnetwork.com, select Law Enforcement and sign up for the Otterbein University Police Department.
What to expect at www.nationaltestingnetwork.com:
- Completion of the application process
- Review all information related to the Otterbein University Police Department police officer position, including minimum requirements, salary and benefits.
- Detailed information about the testing process for both the entry level test and PAT testing.
- Opportunity to take online practice tests at www.frontlinetest.com.
- Schedule your own convenient test time. Tests are offered multiple times a week, including Saturdays.
- Take high quality job simulation tests in a standardized, fair testing environment.
Upon completion of the entry level exam and PAT testing, all candidate scores are automatically forwarded to the Otterbein University Police Department. Candidates who attain a passing score on both the entry level exam and the physical abilities test will be placed on the department’s eligibility list. Otterbein University Police Department will contact candidates on the list and will invite them to continue to participate in other stages of the department selection process.
National Testing Network is a service provided to conduct entry level testing and PAT testing in a standardized, professional environment. National Testing Network does not replace the Otterbein University Police Department’s responsibility and decision making in the testing process. All candidate results are provided to Otterbein University Police Department where the final decisions are made.