No, outside agency test scores are not accepted for the LEJF positions. Applicants must take the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s written tests.
The Dual Track allows sworn personnel to select, remain, and promote within their career path of choice: Custody, Patrol, or both. This program was developed by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department to enhance continuity, stability, and accountability in the Los Angeles County correctional system and patrol-related functions. Learn … Continue reading
We recommend that you submit an application when you have approximately three (3) months or less left on your enlistment time of service.
If you are a member of any Armed Forces Reserve Component, or the National Guard, you may apply at any time. The Sheriff’s Department is committed to … Continue reading
There is no expected timeframe. Please visit our website periodically to check the status of the positions of your interest.
1. Go to: www.governmentjobs.com/careers/lacounty/
2. Sign-in on the upper right corner
3. Click on your user name on upper right corner
4. Select “Profile”
5. Click on “Edit” on the section you need to update information
6. Update your information
7. Click Save
No, applications take about 1-2 weeks to process. If you have not received an email after 2 weeks, contact the Sworn Examinations Unit at (323) 981-5800 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may navigate to the Login page and click on the “Forgot Username” link and enter your email address that was used to sign up. Your username will be delivered to your email address.
Yes. You may apply for more than one position at the same time as long as you meet the selection requirements for each of the positions.
1. Application and SQ
2. Written Test and Physical Ability Test
3. P.O.S.T. mandated Structured Interview
4. Background Investigation
5. Medical and Psychological Evaluations
You will be allowed two (2) opportunities to pass the Physical Ability Test within a six (6) month period. This six (6) month period will begin on the date of your initial scheduled Physical Ability Test appointment. If the Physical Ability Test is not passed within the time allowed, you will be disqualified and ineligible … Continue reading