Officer David Padilla (center) with the San Antonio Regional Intelligence Center and Recruiting Officer Michael Garza (far right) are hitting the pavement at the Texas Tough. Officer Padilla is running the 10K and Officer Garza is running the 10 miler! Officer Arguello will be standing by to speak with those who have an interest in becoming one of San Antonio's Finest!
While they tough out the elevation, additional recruiters are accepting applications and administering the KSA/PAT at 555 academic. Stop by and pay a visit with recruiters at either location.
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Submit your application Saturday, June 25th at 8:00 am and you'll have the opportunity to take the KSA (computer exam) and the PAT (physical ability test) on the same day. You'll need to arrive in business attire but be sure to pack PT clothing. Expect to be processing until about 2:00 pm.
If you'd prefer to only submit an application, stop on in between 8:00 am and 1:00 pm.
Are you interested in applying but having a hard time connecting with a recruiter during the day due to your workout schedule? We are offering table recruiting throughout the city at various fitness centers. Table recruiting is intended to inform and update prospective applicants about Joining the Force!
We will be accepting applications on Saturday, June 25th and Saturday, July 9th from 8:00 am - 1:00 pm. If you'd also like to take the KSA (computer exam) and the PAT (physical ability test) be sure to arrive by 8:00 am, allowing time to have your application reviewed by an investigator. The KSA exam will begin at 9:00 am. Have a fully completed application, all supporting documents and don't forget to pack PT gear.
Rubi Martinez Jean CandelarioHi, I am police officer from Puerto Rico and I would like be a part of your department, that I have to do? I have to going there or Can I send the application and take the test online first. Thank you!
Tori GreenQuestion, for the certified copy of the birth certificate, should i just bring in the one i have? Or do i need to make a copy? Also, if i do not wish to take the PAT test yet, will i have a chance to in the future? Or should i take it tomorrow. I do not want to fail, and then have to do it all over again..Thank you.
Kailee BiesenbachMy boyfriend is a United States Marine Corps Veteran. When he was medically retired from the military (he lost an eye) all he wanted was to become a cop in our great city. He has been told he can't because of his missing eye. If I'm being told right, veterans with prosthetic legs can become cops, why does one eye limit him? Clearly he can still see, he has more than perfect vision in his left eye, he was a marine so you know he is trained better than half the guys applying, and I guarantee that as a retired scout snipper he has a better shot group and better instincts than most. I want to know why people with one eye are discriminated against, why it is limiting him in such a way, and if there is anything we can do to change it. He would be a great cop, he is selfless and cares about people. I've seen him in action and I know he could be great.