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Lateral Officer/Academy Graduate
Alameda Police Department $30k hiring bonus for laterals.
The Alameda Police Department has 88 sworn staff (Police Officers, Sergeants, Lieutenants, Captains, and Police Chief) and 34 non-sworn staff (Public Safety Dispatchers, Records Clerks, Animal Control Officer, Police Technicians, etc.).
As a Police Officer with APD you will have the opportunity to work in the following specialized areas: K9, Motors/Traffic Enforcement, Violent Crimes, Property Crimes, Internal Affairs, Personnel and Training, Marine Patrol, Peer Support, Critical Incident Response Team (which includes SWAT and Crisis Negotiations), Homeless Liaison Officer, and Honor Guard.
We offer excellent pay, benefits, opportunities for promotion, and the opportunity to serve a great community that values the services we provide.
The following highlights some of our pay/medical benefits:
Step 5 Pay Rate: $60.51/hour Holiday In-Lieu Pay Rate: $4.19/hour Total Top Step Pay: $64.70/hour or $134,576/year
In addition, you will also be eligible for the following:
Uniform allowance: $2,000/year Initial equipment allowance: $750 Bilingual Pay: $672/year Additional 5% pay for BA degree or 6% for a Master’s degree 3% Retention Pay after 10 years of service, additional 4% after 15 years, and an additional 5% after 20 years 3%@50 CalPERS formula for Classic Members Employer paid medical benefits for you and your family To learn more about these and other benefits, please visit: www.alamedaca.gov/human-resources/benefits.
Detention Services Officer
Los Angeles County Probation Department Works with Justice-Involved youth in one of our two Juvenile Halls. Counseling, mentoring. supervision, safety and security of at-risk youth in their daily activities. Requires: 60 college credits/12 credits must be in social sciences. Salary $59500k + full benefits, paid 11-week academy
Group Supervisor Nights, Probation
Los Angeles County Probation Department Shift: 10pm - 6am (5 nights per week) working in either Juvenile Halls or Probation Camps, monitoring the safety and security of the justice involved youth who are sleeping through the night. $44k + full benefits for this sworn peace officer position.
Research Analyst II, Behavioral Sciences
Listen Angeles County Probation Department Conduct research and analyze data in order to develop programs for Justice-Involved youth and adults. Requires a Masters Degree in Behavioral/Social Sciences + experience. $64k + full benefits. (Non-Sworn)
Park Ranger - Peace Officer
County of Sacramento Park Ranger - Peace Officer, Sacramento County Department of Regional Parks
Elko Band Tribal Police Law Enforcement Patrol Functions
Police Officer - Lateral or Academy Graduate / Dispatchers
Brawley Police Department Patrol officer and Dispatcher openings.
San Diego State University Police Department SDSU is opening up a new Football Stadium and Campus in Mission Valley. We are hiring Entry Level and Lateral Police Officers.
Police Officer I/II (Lateral, Academy Complete, and POST Certified)
Oxnard Police Department Under general supervision, performs routine to complex tasks and duties assigned to classes within the Police Officer series including protection of public health, safety and welfare, and enforcement of applicable federal, state and local laws; learns policies, procedures and work methods associated with assigned duties; performs related duties as required.
Law Enforcement Specialist (Instructor)
DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY Summary These positions are located throughout the various training divisions of the FLETC. The law enforcement topical areas for which we are collecting applications are listed in the "Qualifications" section. You will have the option to select your preferred topical area(s), appointment type, and work schedule during the application process.
Responsibilities Instructing basic and advanced law enforcement training classes. Planning, coordinating, and executing field training and lab exercises. Administering class curricula. Monitoring and documenting the progress of students. Recommending and executing remedial and corrective action for students. Participating in the development of law enforcement program/course materials. Conducting research on emerging law enforcement technologies, practices, and techniques.
CHULA VISTA POLICE OFFICER
City of Chula Vista Please visit link in description for more information!
Shasta County Sheriff's Office $29.90 - $43.88 per hour (6 Pay Steps) -3% increase 10/2021, 3% increase 10/2022
4.5%- Post Intermediate 3.5%- Post Advanced
12 Paid Holidays Low Medical Insurance Cost
Take home patrol car (during your work week) $700- per year Uniform Allowance (Paid in July) 3/12 Patrol Schedule
Low cost of living with a median home price of 300k.
Collateral Opportunities- Search & Rescue Boating Safety Dive Team EOD Team SWAT K9 HNT Training Cadre Detectives
US Park Police
National Park Service, US Park Police Summary The mission of the United States Park Police is to support and further the goals of the Department of Interior and the National Park Service by providing quality law enforcement safeguard lives, protect our national treasures and symbols of democracy, and preserve the natural and cultural resources entrusted to us. The U.S. Park Police Officer is directly responsible for law enforcement activities within an assigned park area. https://www.nps.gov/subjects/uspp/become-a-uspp-officer.htm
Responsibilities The Major Duties of the Police Officer include, but are not limited to, the following:
Prevent, detect, and investigate criminal activity. Critical awareness of extraordinary conditions or circumstances that indicated criminal potential or criminal activity. Diligent patrol of assigned beats to reduce and deter the opportunity for the commission of crime. Detect violations of the law and make apprehensions when appropriate. Cooperate with and assist members of the Force, as well as other law enforcement agencies. Safeguards the characteristics and facilities of the parks and other areas of responsibility. Maintains and displays a professional self-assured presence and a self-confident manner; controls or contains demonstrations; maintains control over special events such as parades, festivals, and athletic events. Provides service, assistance, and information to the public consistent with assigned duties.
Los Angeles PD All LAPD Officers start in patrol. While many Officers will choose to remain in patrol, others put in for promotions or for transfer to specialized divisions after a few years in the field. Patrol is primary provider of police services to the community and is considered to be the backbone of the LAPD. LAPD is challenging and rewarding. No day in patrol is ever the same.
Patrol officers investigate crimes, make arrests, patrol communities to make them safer, work with the community to solve problems, conduct community meetings, mediate disputes, investigate traffic collisions and provide general police services.