Reserve Officer Requirements:

  • Must be a United States Citizen.
  • Must live in Madison County or the surrounding counties adjacent to Madison County
  • Must be at least 21 years of age.
  • Must not have a felony conviction.
  • Misdemeanor convictions will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis
  • Must have a substantially clear automobile accident and traffic record.
  • Must have a valid Indiana driver's license.
  • Must have a verifiable, good record of previous employment.
  • Must be in sound mental and physical health.
  • Must be able to pass a written test
  • Must be able to pass a physical fitness screening
  • Must be willing to appear for an interview by a hiring board.
  • Must be willing to submit to a thorough character investigation by the Department.
  • Must be willing to work different shifts and days.
  • Must be willing to be fingerprinted.
  • Must refrain from any political activity prohibited by law.
  • Must be willing to work 16 hours a month plus attend a regularly scheduled meeting/training session once a month.
  • Must successfully complete the 40 hour pre-basic course for Reserve Officers.
  • Must successfully complete a Field Training Program

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The Summitville Police Department is now accepting applications for new Reserve Officers. This is NOT A PAID POSITION! The individual will be volunteering their time.

All completed applications and the required supporting documents must be turned in NO LATER than March 15, 2017, at 4PM.


For any questions, or to request an application packet, please email Deputy Chief Tom Everett at teverett@summitville.in.gov



Summitville Police Department
Committed to Serving the Community with Integrity and Compassion

Quenton Puente

reserve Deputy Marshall


Shawn McGuire, Town Marshall


Telephone:  765-536-2412

Fax 765-536-4635

Email:  smcguire@summitville.IN.gov

A reserve police officer performs the same job as a full time officer, however they volunteer their time to serve the community and police department. Many of our reserves have gone on to become full time paid police officers with other departments.

Our reserve officers exceed the yearly training requirements set forth by the State of Indiana to maintain their position. We hold our reserve officers to the same professional standards as our full time officers. Thank you for your service!!

Tom Everett, Deputy Marshall


Telephone:  765-620-1302

Fax 765-536-4635

Email:  teverett@summitville.IN.gov

Our Reserve Officers

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Summitville police department

Sarah Almack 

reserve Deputy Marshall



The Summitville Police Department employs two full time officers and we are authorized for ten reserve officers. These officers are guided by a community policing philosophy in their duty. We are Committed to Serving the Community with Integrity and Compassion. Our goal is to provide a safe environment in which to live, work and visit.

Calls for service and 911 calls are routed through the communications center at the Madison County Central dispatch. Administrative needs such as report copies and permits are handled at the police station. To have an officer dispatched to the station please call 765-642-0221. If it is an emergency Dial 911.

The department maintains a positive working relationship with all police agencies in Madison County and adjoining counties as well as the Indiana State Police. This relationship provides for mutual assistance, pooled resources when necessary for certain investigations and for additional manpower for large events such as the July 4th celebration.

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