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Police Officer

Chattahoochee Hills

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Police Officer

Where is Chatt hills?

Chatt Hills is a large city with a small population in southern Fulton County. We incorporated in 2007 to preserve and protect the rural land, heritage, and culture of the area. With a population just over 3,000 residents living in a 56 sq-mile area, the land we love separates us in distance but also bonds us together to this place we call home.

The rural communities that are now a part of Chattahoochee Hills date back more than 175 years. Many of the family’s native to this area have raised generations in the modest white frame homes that dot the countryside, and some elders, still cared for by extended families in the communities, recall life before rural electrification, paved roads, and bridges that crossed the Chattahoochee River.

The City of Chattahoochee Hills prides itself on being one of Georgia’s safest cities, where our people are our greatest asset. In addition to our dedicated sworn and civilian staff members, our reserve/volunteers help us provide outstanding services to our community. The love and dedication of our employees and volunteers contribute to the Department’s excellent reputation in the law enforcement community. The Chattahoochee Hills Police Department is committed to employing community-oriented policing strategies directed at reducing crime, reducing the fear of crime, and improving the quality of life for our citizens.

Police Specific Benefits

  • 12 Hour shifts.
  • Take home car after FTO period (25-mile radius from city limits)
  • Back up weapon issued, along with Patrol rifle or Shotgun (if qualified).
  • $55 per hour off duty jobs paid via payroll. No 1099’s at the end of the year.
  • Training- Most Officers end the year with 100+ hours.

Key City Benefits

  • Medical and Dental Insurance provided by CIGNA.
  • City paid Life Insurance.
  • Social Security Exempt.
  • Optional 457 Plan – City will match employee contribution up to 3% of salary.
  • ZERO vestment period


 Maintains a current knowledge of criminal law, city ordinances and other critical elements of law enforcement and peace keeping.

 Patrols assigned zones to maintain visibility and observe and deter possible criminal activity.

 Responds to all requests for assistance relayed by communications officers.

 Issues tickets to moving and parked traffic violators; impounds abandoned vehicles as warranted.

 Assumes control at traffic accidents, assists victims, and investigates causes of accidents.

 Directs traffic and assists motorists, attends to malfunctioning traffic signals, monitors school crossings, provides escort for funeral processions or other situations.

 Investigates crimes, interviews witnesses, complainants, and victims. Processes crime scenes; collects, analyzes, and preserves evidence for court use. Contacts complainants and/or victims of crimes to inform them of progress of investigations.

 Serves warrants, summonses, subpoenas, civil, and other official papers. Seizes evidence and contraband uncovered in such duties.

 Conducts surveillance of known and suspected criminals. Works undercover to obtain evidence of criminal activity and further investigations. Directs and documents the activities of confidential informants.

 Detains, apprehends, and arrests, criminal suspects and law violators when necessary; follows proper procedures when making arrests. Transports arrestees to detention centers and oversees booking.

 Serves as a witness in court as required.

 Investigates complaints, accidents, or hazardous conditions which might endanger public safety.

 Investigates and reports fires or other related events, provides backup and security and crowd control for Fire Department/EMS or other officials.

 Prepares various official reports as required; submits reports to superior officer.

 Maintains uniforms, weapons, and other assigned equipment in functional and presentable condition.

 Transports mental patients and detainees to prescribed locations, as necessary.

 Answers questions asked by the public; works with juveniles and adults in related matters; refers public to persons or agencies which can provide further assistance as required.

 Watches for wanted or missing persons and lost children; administers first-aid to the injured in emergencies; reports stray animals to proper authorities.

 And all other duties as assigned.


 Must be a U.S. Citizen to meet P.O.S.T. standards.

 Must possess and maintain valid P.O.S.T. Peace Officer certification

 High School diploma (or GED equivalent), completion of the required in-service training with a Field Training Officer, and three (3) years of community policing experience; or any equivalent combination of education, specialized training and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this position;

 Must maintain required level of proficiency and certification in the use of firearms and evasive action/driving skills and possess a valid Georgia driver’s license

 Must possess knowledge, skills, and abilities in urban, rural and community-based police operations

 Must be willing to serve in a variety of environments, including aquatic, all-terrain foot patrol, wooded and wetland areas, and be adaptable to using applicable vehicles and equipment for such areas.

The City of Chattahoochee Hills is an equal opportunity employer.  It adheres to a policy of making employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, ethnic origin, national origin, marital or veteran status, citizenship, age, or disability

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