Police Pension Fund and Voluntary Deferred Compensation Plans
Orientation and Testing Information:
Candidates are required to attend and/or view the mandatory virtual orientation session.
Your exam will be offered electronically and you will take the exam in your own home. There will be multiple sessions offered and each session will be proctored virtually. All testing sessions will be offered during business hours within the week of November 6th – it is your responsibility to ensure you have the flexibility to test during this week and during business hours.
Must be at least 21 years of age and under the age 35 as of October 6, 2022 unless exempt from age limitations as provided by statute
Must have binocular vision corrective to 20/30
May not have any felony convictions
Must have a valid driver's license
Must be a U.S. citizen
Must have attained an associate's degree or its equivalent number of hours towards a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. Exceptions: 1) applicants who were engaged in active military service of the United States for at least two years and honorably discharged; 2) applicants who are certified full-time police officers in the State of Illinois.
Attend virtual orientation session and pass all phases of testing process