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Join the Hurst Police Department in providing exceptional service to citizens and employees through a problem-solving approach emphasizing a commitment to Excellence Through Teamwork.  Each team member of the Hurst Police Department enters the organization as an Entry Police Officer through a testing process set up and governed by a Texas Local Government Code (Chapter 143), Civil Service.

Police Officer Exam Notification

The City is accepting registrations for entry Police Officer testing through P.A.C.T.  The P.A.C.T. organization, Police Agency Combined Testing, allows individuals interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement to take one test and be eligible for employment with three police agencies.  The agencies involved in P.A.C.T. are all located in the Mid-Cities region of the Dallas/ Fort Worth Metroplex. Together we have joined forces to invite the best and most qualified police officer applicants to join one of our teams.

Visit the P.A.C.T. website for complete registration details.

CITY OF HURST, TEXAS
Notice of Civil Service Examination
The City of Hurst will be giving an Entrance Examination for Police Officer.

Applicants must pre-register by completing the on-line P.A.C.T. Pre-application available at www.pacttest.com.
All Pre-Applications must be submitted no later than 5 P.M. on October 23, 2017.

The written examination will commence at 9 A.M., on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2017, at Hurst Conference Center, 1601 Campus Drive, Hurst, TX 76054.  For those applicants traveling more than 200 miles from the test site, the physical assessment and preliminary interviews will commence one hour after completion of the written examination, on Saturday, October 28, 2017 at Hurst Conference Center, 1601 Campus Drive, Hurst, TX 76054.

Download full notice of entrance exam and qualifications for police officers

Delivering Excellence Through Teamwork

The City of Hurst is proud and honored to serve the citizens of Hurst through police and fire service. Our Public Safety departments are governed by the Texas Local Government Code Chapter 143 Municipal Civil Service for Firefighters and Police Officers.

Learn more about the Hurst Police Department by clicking here.