Buffalo, New York (PRWEB) January 12, 2007
United States Process Serving Corp and its Canadian affiliate, Canadian Process Serving Inc, announced today that both companies are actively seeking to hire retired peace officers to serve summonses, subpoenas, and other court documents in their local areas. "To qualify for a position with either company, a candidate must have no criminal record, be bondable, and have a peace officer background," says United States Process Serving Corp President and CEO, Chris Ecklund.
The companies are a professional association of retired peace officers, and have been in business since 1983. Over the past twenty-four years the companies have opened over 125 corporate offices in both the United States and Canada, and amassed a client base consisting of thousands of law offices, government agencies, and private parties doing their own litigation. "All of our process servers are former law enforcement officers such as sheriffs, deputies, RCMP members, and state / provincial police officers," Ecklund reports. "This is a feature of our company that really appeals to our clients. They know that when they send their documents to one of our offices, they're dealing with someone who has the professional background and qualifications to see the most difficult service through to its completion."
Process servers are agents hired to deliver ( serve ) legal documents to individuals involved in court cases. It's a challenging and dynamic part-time position that appeals to retired peace officers. Wayne Isbester, a retired RCMP Superintendent who serves process in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada, enjoys both the work and the company. "I joined Canadian Process Serving Inc. primarily because of its high ethical standards and ideals. I wanted to associate myself with an organization that abided by the same principles I had upheld throughout my professional career," he says.
Even those without a peace officer background can benefit from this hiring campaign. United States Process Serving Corp offers a $100 bonus to anyone who refers a retired officer to the company, provided that the referral ends in a hire.
More information can also be obtained by calling 1-800-465-7378 between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. EST.