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Open Position: Part-Time Transcriber

The Marion Police Department has an opening for a part-time Transcriber. Job is 25 hours a week, 8am-1pm, Monday-Friday, $10.34/hr. Applications may be picked up at MPD, 301 S. Branson St. We are taking applications through September 15th, 2017.

Marion Police Officer Charles O'Haver Retires After 20 Years

Police Officer Charles O’Haver has retired from the Marion Police Department after fulfilling 20 years of service.

Charles O’Haver grew up in Sweetser, IN, and graduated from Oak Hill High School. After attending Vincennes University, then Ball State University, O’Haver worked in the landscaping business. He later applied for and was offered a job as a police officer with the Marion Police Department in 1997.

Open Position: Dispatcher

The Marion Police Department is currently accepting applications through June 9, 2017 for a Police/Fire Dispatcher. Applicant must have computer knowledge, good communication skills, be able to multi-task, and work in a fast-paced environment. Annual pay is $30,248.00. Benefits include medical insurance, life insurance, vacation, personal/sick days and a retirement plan.

Applications are available at MPD, 301 S. Branson St., Marion, Indiana or e-mail Carol at cmclain@marionindiana.us.

Open Position: Part-time Parking Enforcement Officer

The Marion Police Department is accepting applications for a Part Time Parking Enforcement position. Applications are available at Marion Police Department, 301 S. Branson St., Marion IN. Applications will be taken through May 12th.

Employee Spotlight: Tammy Wolf

"Tammy Wolf is a very deserving employee who is passionate about her job. She helps guide victims of abuse through the criminal justice system and advocates for them." - Angela Haley, Marion Police Chief

Below is a letter from a woman thanking Tammy for saving her from a life of abuse:

I wanted to take a minute and thank you (Tammy Wolf) for saving my life. You walked into my life when I was so broken I couldn't move forward or even turn left or right. A lot won't understand this statement but you do...to take my next breath each day was painful.

Employee Spotlight: Officer Joshua Swanson

The City of Marion congratulates Officer Joshua Swanson for excellence in his work and going above his call of duty. Below is a letter from a Marion citizen thanking Officer Swanson for his assistance the night of the Walkway of Lights Christmas Parade...

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