The Toms River Police Department will soon be accepting applications for the position of probationary police officer, the department announced today.
The application period is between May 1 and July 31 at 11:59 p.m., according to department spokesman Ralph Stocco.
Candidates must have a four year college degree or a minimum of 64 college credits and two years of full-time active military experience or two years of full-time regular police experience at the time the application is submitted, Stocco said.
The starting salary for a probationary officer is $41,616, the spokesman added.
Applications are available in the lobby of police headquarters and on the department’s website here.
Toms River, the Ocean County seat, has a population of approximately 88,791 residents within 43 square miles. The police department consists of 300 employees, including 160 sworn officers.