Welcome to the Vienna Police Department in Vienna, WV. The Vienna Police Department will provide professional and impartial Law Enforcement services to the citizens and visitors to our community. The Department is dedicated to the prevention of crime; the protection of life and property; the maintenance of law and order; the enforcement of laws and ordinances; and upholding the constitutional rights of all those within our jurisdiction. Our commitment is driven by maintaining the highest standards of Law Enforcement.
The Vienna Police Department will be testing for the position of Police Officer. This test will be held on June 6, 2015 at 0900 at the Vienna City Community Building. Applicants passing the written exam will be eligible to take the physical agility test on this date at 1300 hours at Jackson Middle School.
All applicants must be a US Citizen and between the ages of 18-40. Applicants must possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent, possess a valid driver’s license, and must pass the physical requirements as established by the WV State Police Academy. A successful applicant must pass the written examination, physical agility test, background examination, polygraph examination, physical examination, psychological testing, and an oral interview.
- 5 point bonus for military veterans
- 5 point bonus for individuals who have a WV Police Officer Certification from the Governor’s Committee on Crime, Delinquency and Correction
Salary $15.59 (.25/hr raise at 6 months and .50/hr raise at the completion of the 1 year probationary period plus potential raises for college degree / credits up to a maximum of .35/hr), Paid overtime, Shift differential, Longevity pay, Paid vacation, Paid holidays, Clothing allowance, Sick Leave, Hospitalization, Dental, Life insurance, Pension, Job security under State Civil Service, Take home cruiser, Modern equipment and $2500 incentive for individuals who have a WV Police Officer Certification from the Governor’s Committee on Crime, Delinquency and Correction upon the completion of their 1 year probationary period.
Applications can be picked up at the Vienna Police Department (604 29th Street Vienna, WV) or downloaded from our website www.viennapolice.com/application.zip . All applications must be received by midnight on May 27, 2015. The City of Vienna is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Contact Training Coordinator Sergeant Kevin Parrish with any questions at 304 295 8563 or send email
Effective May 16th, 2012 the Vienna Police Department will be charging for our finger printing service.
Vienna Business: No Charge
Vienna Resident: $5.00
All Others: $15.00
In light of Hurricane Irene, the public is reminded to beware of fraudulent emails and websites purporting to conduct charitable relief efforts. To learn more about avoiding online fraud, please see “Tips on Avoiding Fraudulent Charitable Contribution Schemes” Recently several natural disasters, including tornadoes, floods, and earthquakes, have devastated lives and property. In the wake of these events that have caused emotional distress and great monetary loss to numerous victims, individuals across the nation often feel a desire to help these victims, frequently through monetary donations. These disasters prompt individuals with criminal intent to solicit contributions purportedly for a charitable organization or a good cause. Therefore, before making a donation of any kind, consumers should adhere to certain guidelines, to include the following:
- Do not respond to unsolicited (SPAM) e-mail.
- Be skeptical of individuals representing themselves as officials soliciting via e-mail for donations.
- Do not click on links contained within an unsolicited e-mail.
- Be cautious of e-mail claiming to contain pictures in attached files, as the files may contain viruses. Only open attachments from known senders.
- To ensure contributions are received and used for intended purposes, make contributions directly to known organizations rather than relying on others to make the donation on your behalf.
- Validate the legitimacy of the organization by directly accessing the recognized charity or aid organization’s website rather than following an alleged link to the site.
- Attempt to verify the legitimacy of the non-profit status of the organization by using various Internet-based resources, which also may assist in confirming the actual existence of the organization.
- Do not provide personal or financial information to anyone who solicits contributions: providing such information may compromise your identity and make you vulnerable to identity theft.
To obtain more information on charitable contribution schemes and other types of online schemes, visit www.LooksTooGoodToBeTrue.com.
If you believe you have been a victim of a charity related scheme, contact the National Center for Disaster Fraud by telephone at (866) 720-5721, or by fax at (225) 334-4707, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org You can also report suspicious e-mail solicitations or fraudulent websites to the Internet Crime Complaint Center at www.IC3.gov.
1 National Center for Disaster Fraud (NCDF) was originally established by the Department of Justice to investigate, prosecute, and deter fraud in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Its mission has expanded to include suspected fraud from any natural or man-made disaster. More than 20 federal agencies, including the FBI, participate in the NCDF, allowing it to act as a centralized clearinghouse of information related to relief fraud.