Police Chief

City of Wilson   Wilson, KS   Full-time     Law Enforcement / Security
Posted on September 1, 2022

Are you looking to become a part of a great small town community just minutes away from Wilson Lake and within 45 minutes of three cities with a population of 15,000 or more…. then Wilson, KS may be the right place for you.

The City of Wilson, KS is accepting applications for a Police Chief or Patrolman.

City residence is preferred but not required.


KLETC Certification is preferred but may be willing to train the right applicant.

Wage will be based on experience.

Information about the City of Wilson can be found at www.wilsonkansas.com

Equal Opportunity Employer

Every officer employed by a law enforcement agency shall:

(a) Be a citizen of the United States or a nonimmigrant legally admitted to the United States under the Compact of Free Association (Marshall Islands).

(b) Be at least 21 years of age.

(c) Be fingerprinted and a search initiated of state and national fingerprint files to disclose any criminal record.

(d) Be free of a felony record.

(e) Be of good character as determined by a thorough background investigation

(f) Be a high school graduate or have passed the General Education Development (GED) Test indicating high school graduation level. Home school diplomas will not substitute for the above unless approved by the Commission.

(g) Be examined by a licensed physician and meet the physical requirements.

(h) Be interviewed personally prior to employment by the department head or their representative, or representatives to determine such things as the applicant’s motivation, appearance, demeanor, attitude, and ability to communicate.

(i) Be examined by an individual licensed to practice psychiatry or psychology and qualified to perform such evaluations in the State of Arkansas, who after examination finds the law enforcement officer to be competent and recommends the law enforcement agency hire the individual.

(j) Possess a valid driver’s license.

(k) Successfully complete a CLEST firearms qualification and review departmental policies, specifically policies covering the use of force, criminal law, and emergency vehicle operations.

(l) For continued employment, must successfully complete a minimum of twenty-four (24) hours of CLEST approved training annually.

(m) Be free of a misdemeanor domestic violence conviction, in accordance with 18 USC section 922,