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Scottsdale is a city of 258,000 inhabitants and is a part of the Greater Phoenix Area of Maricopa County, Arizona. The city is largely suburban, and popular with commuters working in the larger city of Phoenix.
The land around Scottsdale has been inhabited by humans for millennia, but the modern city was formed in the early 1880s, by US Army Chaplain Winfield Scott, though the town wasn’t renamed Scottsdale until 1894. Scott was impressed by the agricultural potential of the land, and with his wife Helen, established farmsteads and planted large citrus groves in the Salt River Valley, in the northern edges of the Sonoran Desert.
Old Town Scottsdale has thrown off its agricultural and frontier roots, and is now a major nightlife hub and art center for the whole of the Phoenix area. The old town’s streets are lined with old-fashioned stores, restaurants, bars, art galleries and one of the USA’s largest malls, the Scottsdale Fashion Square.
Modern Scottsdale is rapidly expanding with a huge residential boom taking place that threatens to extend well into the McDowell Mountain range. Much of this boom is driven by the fast growth of the Scottsdale Airpark, the second largest employment center in the Phoenix metropolitan zone, with 55,000 employees and 2,600 businesses calling the place home.
As far as policing is concerned, Scottsdale is served by 398 sworn police officers and 145 civilian employees, working across six districts of the city under the command of Alan Rodbell, Chief of Police.
To join the Scottsdale Police Department, applicants will need to take an entry exam, comprised of both a written and physical test, as well as taking part in a structured oral assessment.
Once accepted, police trainees are enrolled in the Scottsdale Police Department Academy, which lasts for 18-20 weeks, involving intense physical and academic preparation, with recruits studying criminal justice, human behavior, tactical firearms training, and crime scene investigation techniques.
Application forms for the Scottsdale Police Department test can be found online.