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161 Town Center Blvd.
Jarrell, TX 76537


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City of Jarrell Police Department

Letter from Chief Denney:

Thank you for taking the time to explore the Jarrell Police Department’s web site. Whether you are here to find out more about our Department or looking for employment opportunities, we are glad you are interested in what is going on with our growing community. Our Police Department is a family of dedicated, service-oriented, professionals. As chief, I could not be more proud or humbled to serve with these amazing officers. We enjoy our servant leadership roll as we collaborate with our community in all areas of safety and security.

As a department, listening to our community is one of our core values. We do this through intentional interaction with our residents, local businesses, and Jarrell Independent School District.  Through developing these relationships, our department has been able to create and maintain a unified vision with our community. We continuously strive to increase our legitimacy by having officers that build trust with each interaction and who genuinely care about each person.

Great opportunities are happening in Jarrell. Come check us out!

Be a part of the JPD family

The City of Jarrell is seeking applications for a Patrol Officer.

Mission: The Jarrell Police Department is dedicated to providing a safe environment and a high quality of life through service and partnering with the community. Our core values are professionalism and integrity.

Brief Job Description: Under general supervision of the Chief of Police, to enforce laws, preserve the peace, apprehend criminals, and investigate traffic accidents and fulfill the mission statement through a community policing orientated service. The Police Chief usually determines deadlines and priorities for this position. Routine course of action to be followed is generally clear-cut and specific in accordance with established Police Department policies; however, the incumbent must be able to act quickly in emergencies and make independent decisions. Position requires constant contact with the public in situations that will require the use of tact, diplomacy, and good judgment. To see the full job description, please click HERE.

Salary/Benefits: The Jarrell Police Department is searching for TCOLE Certified Officers, which can earn between $44,000.00 to $70,936.00 yearly based on a full-time position (depending upon background and qualifications of the successful candidate). This position is a non-exempt position and officers are eligible for overtime compensation as well as shift differential pay for evening or night shifts. The City offers Medical, Life Insurance, 401K Retirement plan, Paid Time Off and 11 Holidays during the calendar year.

To be considered for this position, please complete an Application for Employment and return it to the City of Jarrell at:

City of Jarrell
ATTN: Dianne Peace
161 Town Center Blvd.
Jarrell Texas 76537

Or you may email it to Dianne Peace, City Secretary at

For any questions, please contact Dianne Peace at (512) 746-4593, ext. 121.

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