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CMPD Military Recruiting Program

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police department takes great pride in supporting our brave men and women who serve and sacrifice for our country. Many of the values and attributes military members exhibit are what we look for to represent our department.  We are a strong advocate of hiring veterans and provide veterans with opportunities to join our ranks with our base testing program. Eligible participants in this program do not need to apply through the normal process. 

 

The CMPD Military Recruitment program has three advantages that we are proud to provide to those that served.

1. The Military Base Testing program is available to military members in the following categories;

-Active Duty military

-Reserve members

-Guard members

-Retired (with 20 years or more) military service

 You must show your military ID to test.

2. Those that take and pass the written test under the Military Base Testing program have an extended submission time for their background packet.

3. The CMPD Academy is a VA Vocational Institute. This allows veterans to apply for benefits through the VA to augment their base salary while in training.

 
 
 

MILITARY BASE TESTING SCHEDULE 

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NOTE! PRIOR TO TESTING; you must review the  Minimum Standards for Employment. 

 
 
 
​September 2014
 
DATE TIME EVENT ​LOCATION
18 Sept ​0900 ​Written Test Ft. Stewart, 976 William H. Wilson Ave, Bldg 621, Room 215C​​
 
 
​October 2014
DATE TIME EVENT ​LOCATION
6 Oct 1000 Written Test Pope Air Field (Ft. Bragg), Airmen and Family Readiness Center (next to Shopette on Pope)
7 Oct 1000-1400 Career Fair ​Seymour-Johnson AFB,
​8 Oct ​0900 ​Written Test ​Seymour-Johnson AFB Base Education Center, room 202
   
 
PLEASE NOTE! Schedule subject to change. 
Testing takes 2-3 hours to complete.
 
 
Do you have what it takes to become Charlotte's finest?
For more information, email Officer Haynes at Whaynes@cmpd.org.
 
  The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department also participates in the Veteran's Administration Apprenticeship Program, through the North Carolina Department of Labor.  Military (civilian personnel or dependants) members eligible to receive  GI Bill benefits may be enrolled in the program and earn an additional  monthly supplement.  More details are available through your local Veteran's Affairs office.