The Town of Louisa, Virginia is accepting applications from DCJS Certified Law Enforcement Officers, for the position of police patrol officer. The duties for this position include, but are not limited to, patrolling the Town of Louisa for the purpose of engaging in crime prevention activities, apprehending traffic and criminal violators, and investigating criminal complaints and traffic crashes. The Louisa Police Department subscribes to the principles of community policing, and therefore works closely with our citizens and businesses to ensure a safe environment in which to work and live.
The Town of Louisa is steeped in history, and is a community where citizens and neighbors can enjoy small town living, with vibrant businesses and growing residential neighborhoods. The Town of Louisa has approximately 1555 residents, and is located in Central Virginia, about an hour’s drive from Richmond and Charlottesville.
If you are interested in applying for this position, or know someone who may be interested, contact Chief Tom Leary via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or go to the Town website at www.louisatown.org, where applications are available. Once on the Town website, click on the Police Department link in order to complete a Police Department Contact form. Department personnel will be happy to answer questions regarding the position and benefits.
The Town of Louisa is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Louisa Police Department serves a diverse community of approximately 1,500 people. The town serves as the economic hub for the county. Located in the thriving downtown are the government offices and courts for both the county and the town. Louisa has a wide array of shopping, dining, and commercial establishments for residents and visitors. Whether you are visiting Louisa or are a long-time resident, the Louisa Police Department is here to serve you; we will respect and protect the constitutional rights of everyone we encounter.
The mission of the Louisa Police Department is to protect and serve our residents, visitors, business owners, and workforce using the community policing model of law enforcement.
We will adhere to the highest standards of professionalism, honor, and integrity while serving the public. Our officers will use their training, experience, and modern policing techniques to deter and solve crime while promoting cooperative efforts between our department and those we serve. You will find Louisa’s Police Officers to be courteous, professional, and approachable.
Mayor Garland Nuckols swearing in our new Chief of Police, Tom Leary, on January 21, 2020
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