2021 Municipal Police Officer, MBTA Transit Police Officer and State Trooper Examinations coming up.

This examination is being held to establish an eligible list from which to fill Police Officer vacancies in Civil Service Municipal Police Departments and the MBTA Transit Police in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and State Trooper vacancies in the Massachusetts Department of State Police. Please note that this posting includes information specific to the positions of Police Officer and State Trooper; please read carefully as the requirements for these positions may differ.

Application Period Begins: January 27, 2021
Application Deadline: April 20, 2021*
Notices to Appear for Written Exam: TBD; See the Next Step below.
Written Examination Beginning Date: June 12, 2021
Score Release Date: TBD
Employment/Experience (E/E) Last Day to Appeal: TBD
Eligible List Established Date: TBD

These are the fees that pertain to these positions.

Examination Processing Fee for ONLY Municipal Police and MBTA Transit Police: $100
Examination Processing Fee for ONLY State Trooper: $100
Examination Processing Fee for Municipal Police, Transit Police AND State Trooper: $150
*There is an additional $50 late fee for applications received after this date. Applications will not be accepted after May 4, 2021.

Written examination location: Various sites across the Commonwealth
Eligibility: Entry-level, open to public

Read texts on the preparation guide. Click the link here for more information.

Apply for the 2021 Municipal Police Officer, MBTA Transit Police Officer, and State Trooper Exam!

Notice to Appear for Examination: TBD

Two weeks before the examination date you will receive a notice to appear by e-mail.  The notice will tell you the location and the time to appear for your examination.  Please check your junk or spam mail folder for the e-mail before contacting this office.
Score Release Date: TBD
You will receive your examination results by email.
Employment/Experience (E/E) Last Day to Appeal: TBD
Eligible List Established Date: TBD
When the eligible list is established you will be able to view your rank on the online list.

To get more information on the exam and to apply Click on the link below.

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