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Posted on: November 12, 2019

[ARCHIVED] LCPD Civil Service Exam and Open House

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Civil Service Test Registration

Anyone who is interested in becoming a League City Police Officer can now register for the next Civil Service Entrance Exam, which will be administered at 7 p.m. on Friday , January 10 at the Johnnie Arolfo Civic Center.  Candidates are asked to please arrive early to complete the check-in process. The physical assessment will be administered the following morning, Saturday , January 11 at 8 a.m. for applicants who pass the written exam. Click on the following link to register for the exam:

Recruitment Open House 

Prior to testing,  the League City Police Department will be hosting a Police Officer Candidate Orientation eventuate 6 p.m. on Monday November 18 at the League City Police Department, 555 W. Walker, League City. The orientation will give candidates a chance to ask questions and gather insight on how the testing and hiring procedure works. Following the Q&A session, attendees can either take a tour of the station or you can take a practice physical assessment test (minus the 1.5 mile run), which is the same standards as the official test given after the civil service exam.  There will also be another station tour afterwards for those who practice the physical assessment test. 

This is an informal event, and we welcome all who are interested in the hiring process. Register for recruiting event

All information in reference to eligibility, hiring, and benefits can be found on the League City Police Department website. For more information, call 281-554-1900 or email the recruiting office.

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