Excellence requires diversity, and we are looking for female police recruits to join our team! At the NNPD, our SWAT commander is a woman. Lieutenant Allison Funaiock is the only female SWAT commander in Hampton Roads.
The Newport News Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer Recruit. The test for the position of Police Officer will be administered at either the Newport News Police Academy, located at 5851 Jefferson Avenue, or Newport News Police Headquarters, located at 9710 Jefferson Avenue. Applicants can call to register, and to determine the location of the written test. The physical agility test will be held at Todd Stadium. Please review the list of qualifications and selection process for open positions.
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The Newport News Police Recruiting Division conducts testing for police recruits every week. This includes a Written Test, Physical Agility Test and Assessment Exercise.
The Physical Agility Test and Written Test are held every Wednesday at the following times:
October through March
Written Test: 8:00 a.m.
Physical Agility Test: 1:00 p.m.
April through September
Physical Agility Test: 8:00 a.m.
Written Test: 1:00 p.m.
Do you need help with the Physical Agility Test?
Every third Saturday of the month, members of the NNPD are at Todds Stadium at 8:00 a.m. available to assist anyone who may be experiencing difficulty with the Physical Agility Test. Please call (757) 928-4150 at least the Friday before to let them know you will be there. Don't let the PAT ruin your chances of becoming a Newport News Police Officer. Let our officers get you their.
The Assessment Exercise is conducted every Thursday at 8:00 a.m.
Once you have applied, please contact the Recruitment Division at (757) 928-4150 to schedule your testing dates.