Shelburn accepting applications for Town Marshal – Park Superintendent and Police Reserves

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SHELBURN, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — Shelburn has begun accepting applications for the Town Marshal – Park Superintendent, as well as the town’s Police Reserve. Current Town Marshal Doug Inman plans to retire at the end of October.

Town Marshal – Park Superintendent is a full-time, paid position. Responsibilities include monitoring the town, regulating safety and security for residents and businesses, and overseeing the town’s park and future splash pad site.

“After 24 and a half years of serving this community, the townspeople have become family,”
Inman reflected. “I highly encourage those who are interested in serving their community to submit
an application. It has truly been an honor.”

Members of the Police Reserve hold a volunteer position, with each member working in conjunction with the Town Marshal on protecting the town, its citizens and businesses.

Every current member of the town’s police reserve is encouraged to submit an application as a reserve police officer or town marshal as the town will be restructuring their police program. The change in office provides an opportunity for the town to grow the program, find areas of improvement, and presents the new Marshal with a robust and collaborative working team.

Both job postings, eligibility requirements and office applications can be found at

Applications and resumes are due by noon on Friday, Oct. 9 and must be submitted via email to

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