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About the Wilmington Police Department 

According to the Wilmington Police Department, it “is authorized to deploy up to 289 officers in motor vehicles, on foot, and on bicycle in order to protect and serve the citizens of the city. It recently joined the ranks of 350 other departments nationwide in achieving operations accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies.”

 

The recruitment page of the Wilmington Police Department states, “The Police Officer, with the Department of Police, performs general police work duties as authorized by law to protect life and property; prevent violation(s) of statutes and laws; investigates and suppresses disturbances; investigates complaints; makes arrests and issues summons when appropriate; does related work as required.

 

To perform the duties of a Wilmington Police Officer, an applicant must demonstrate good judgment, common sense, and enthusiasm for police work. A Wilmington Police Officer performs the duties such as patrol, investigation, police duties, maintenance activities, and special assignments.”

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