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    Police Departments in Ozark


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    Business Listing   City of Ozark Police Department - Administration - Ozark, AL - Phone: (334) 445-6321


    Business Listing   City of Ozark Police Department - Records - Ozark, AL - Phone: (334) 445-6122


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    Helpful Definition for: Police Departments


    Police departments are responsible for the safekeeping of a state or town. The law and order and the security is maintained by the police department in Ozark. The police departments are comprised of police personnel who are trained to face any type of crisis situation. Different categories of police officers make up the police department in Ozark. Patrol officers, traffic police, investigation officers and administrative officers, collectively constitute the police department of Ozark.

    Individuals who are keen on joining the police departments need to have minimum high school education and also have to take up the civil service examinations. Later, physical training tests and a series of interviews are also held. Police departments in Ozark can use different vehicles like helicopters, armored vehicles, motorcycles, etc, as and when the need arises.

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