PA-Harrisburg Law Enforcement Hiring Expo

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Prince George's County Police Departmentwww.pgpolice.orgSworn OfficersThe Prince Georges County Police Department is located in Maryland, and serves approximately one million citizens with a starting salary of over $54,000.00. Our county is home to Fed Ex Field, the MGM Resort and Casino, and Joint Base Andrews Air Force Base, to name a few major landmarks. We have nearly 1700 well trained officers, and as the county grows our department is currently hiring to keep up with that growth. Our department has a multitude of full time specialty units, that allows a patrol officer to move laterally throughout their career, and become a well rounded officer.
Fairfax County Police Deptwww.fairfaxcounty.gov/police/join-fcpdSworn OfficersThe Fairfax County Police Department is looking for men and women who thrive on challenges and pride themselves in serving others.
Stafford County Sheriff's Officehttps://www.staffordsheriff.com/Sworn Officers | DispatchLocated south of Washington D.C. and north of Richmond in the Northern Virginia region, the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office is a full-service law enforcement agency responsible for preventing and investigating crime for over 150,000 residents of Stafford County.
Winston-Salem Police Departmentwspd.orgkwilkes@wspd.orgSworn Officers | Dispatch
Howard County Police DepartmentHCPD.ORGSworn Officers | Office Admin | Dispatch | IT | CSI | CSO | PST | Finance/BudgetThe Howard County Police Department is a nationally accredited agency of more than 600 men and women dedicated to creating a better quality of life for the citizens of Howard County. Our officers demonstrate the highest standards and are guided by the agency’s values: Integrity, Pride and Community. The department’s size is just right for those who want a law enforcement career with many different opportunities. The department is small enough that officers have the chance to work in numerous specialty units, but large enough to have all the best equipment, services and technology. The department is currently looking for ambitious men and women seeking careers in law enforcement who are able to meet our high standards. If you are interested in joining one of the most progressive police departments in the country, you must successfully complete a written exam, physical agility test, personal history questionnaire, oral interview, polygraph examination, background investigation, medical examination and psychological screening.
Chesterfield County Police Departmentchesterfieldpd.comSworn OfficersThe Chesterfield County Police Department is committed to being a nationally recognized leader in law enforcement through hiring, training, and promoting the finest police professionals. Our department is dedicated to the use of innovative and adaptive law enforcement technology, as well as implementing effective crime prevention strategies with our community partners. We are devoted to ensuring the safety and security of our community through exceptional service. Chesterfield County is located in central Virginia and adjoins the City of Richmond. The county is 90 miles south of Washington, D.C. and just a short drive to the beaches and mountains. Chesterfield County is home to over 323,000 residents and is approximately 440 square miles.
San Jose Police Departmentwww.SJPDYou.comSworn Officers | DispatchThe San Jose Police Department (SJPD) is now hiring for the position of Police Recruit, the entry-level training classification to becoming a SJPD Officer. The Department is a dynamic, progressive and professional organization dedicated to maintaining community partnerships, which promotes a high quality of life for the residents of San Jose, the tenth largest city in the nation. The Department employs over 900 police officers in four Bureaus, with more than 50 specialized assignments such as Homicide, Robbery, Crime Scene, M.E.R.G.E., Traffic Enforcement, School Resources, Canines, and Air Support.
California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation-Office of Peace Officer Selectionwww.joincdcr.comCorrectionsThe California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) is committed to building an inclusive and culturally diverse workplace. We are determined to attract and hire more candidates from diverse communities and empower all employees from a variety of cultural backgrounds, perspectives, and personal experiences. We are proud to foster inclusion and drive collaborative efforts to increase representation at all levels of the Department. Becoming a peace officer with CDCR means you are joining a family of dedicated, hardworking men and women responsible for ensuring public safety throughout California. Once you join CDCR, there are many career options you can pursue as a peace officer including Parole, Internal Affairs, Correctional Safety as well as specialized team assignments including Investigative Services Unit, Crisis Response Team, Gang Task Force, and Fugitive Apprehension Team.
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LUBBOCK POLICE DEPARTMENTLUBBOCKPOLICE.COMSworn OfficersThe mission of the Lubbock Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in the City of Lubbock by working cooperatively with the public to prevent crime, enforce the laws, preserve the peace, and provide a safe environment. We are interested in qualified applicants ready to make a difference in our community!
Hayward Police Departmentjoinhaywardpd.comSworn Officers | Office Admin | Dispatch | CSOFrom entry-level law enforcement jobs to lateral police recruitment, the Hayward Police Department offers several opportunities to pursue a career in law enforcement. If you’re thinking of becoming a police officer in California, you want to join a unique Department that not only serves the community but has a great family feel. Join the Hayward Police Department today to jumpstart or continue your law enforcement career. There’s more to working for Hayward Police Department than simply just becoming a police officer, we have several professional staff careers available too. There are many police department jobs to choose from including dispatch, animal care attendant, family counselor, jailer and lateral dispatch positions.
South Holland Police Departmentwww.southholland.orgSworn Officers | CSO
Howard County Police DepartmentHCPD.ORGSworn Officers | Office Admin | Dispatch | IT | CSI | CSO | PSTThe Howard County Police Department is a nationally accredited agency of more than 600 men and women dedicated to creating a better quality of life for the citizens of Howard County. Our officers demonstrate the highest standards and are guided by the agency’s values: Integrity, Pride and Community. The department’s size is just right for those who want a law enforcement career with many different opportunities. The department is small enough that officers have the chance to work in numerous specialty units, but large enough to have all the best equipment, services and technology. The department is currently looking for ambitious men and women seeking careers in law enforcement who are able to meet our high standards. If you are interested in joining one of the most progressive police departments in the country, you must successfully complete a written exam, physical agility test, personal history questionnaire, oral interview, polygraph examination, background investigation, medical examination and psychological screening.
Howard County Police DepartmentHCPD.ORGSworn Officers | Office Admin | Dispatch | IT | CSI | CSO | PST | Finance/BudgetThe Howard County Police Department is a nationally accredited agency of more than 600 men and women dedicated to creating a better quality of life for the citizens of Howard County. Our officers demonstrate the highest standards and are guided by the agency’s values: Integrity, Pride and Community. The department’s size is just right for those who want a law enforcement career with many different opportunities. The department is small enough that officers have the chance to work in numerous specialty units, but large enough to have all the best equipment, services and technology. The department is currently looking for ambitious men and women seeking careers in law enforcement who are able to meet our high standards. If you are interested in joining one of the most progressive police departments in the country, you must successfully complete a written exam, physical agility test, personal history questionnaire, oral interview, polygraph examination, background investigation, medical examination and psychological screening.
Howard County Police DepartmentHCPD.ORGSworn Officers | Office Admin | Dispatch | IT | CSI | CSO | PSTThe Howard County Police Department is a nationally accredited agency of more than 600 men and women dedicated to creating a better quality of life for the citizens of Howard County. Our officers demonstrate the highest standards and are guided by the agency’s values: Integrity, Pride and Community. The department’s size is just right for those who want a law enforcement career with many different opportunities. The department is small enough that officers have the chance to work in numerous specialty units, but large enough to have all the best equipment, services and technology. The department is currently looking for ambitious men and women seeking careers in law enforcement who are able to meet our high standards. If you are interested in joining one of the most progressive police departments in the country, you must successfully complete a written exam, physical agility test, personal history questionnaire, oral interview, polygraph examination, background investigation, medical examination and psychological screening.
Mount Prospect Police Departmentjoinmppd.orgSworn OfficersCome join the Mount Prospect Community. Be a part of our thriving law enforcement family serving a diverse community of 54,000 people. We are now accepting applications for police officer. Check out our department and apply at www.joinmppd.org
Prince William County Police Departmenthttps://www.joinpwcpd.org/Sworn OfficersThe Prince William County Police Department provides outstanding law enforcement services to the community of more than 450,000 residents. Our nationally accredited Department – with an authorized strength of 701 sworn officers – is composed of four divisions and 14 bureaus. We provide police services to a County that boasts urban, suburban and rural areas, 25 miles south of Washington, D.C. The Prince William County Police Department can provide you with a rewarding career in law enforcement. Whether you’re interested in community policing, standard patrol or criminal investigations, we have a place for you. The Police Department also employs more than 150 professional staff who provide vital services to the Department and community. If you are a dedicated, talented individual looking for a rewarding career in public safety, please check out our current professional staff vacancies. We offer a variety of specialized units and have our own Criminal Justice Academy where new officers are trained. The Academy also offers a variety of training courses for experienced officers. As a result of cooperative agreements, officers can also attend courses at other Academies in the local area. The highly trained men and women of the Prince William County Police Department are dedicated to continually providing outstanding police services.
Fairfax County Sheriff's Officehttps://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/sheriff/Sworn Officers | CorrectionsThe Fairfax County Sheriff’s Office was created in 1742, at the same time Fairfax County was formed. Today, the Sheriff’s Office is one of three public safety agencies responsible for the safety and well-being of the 1.14 million residents of Fairfax County. Fairfax County Deputy Sheriffs are certified law enforcement officers. Each Deputy Sheriff receives additional certifications in jail security, court security and civil process to perform the functions of the position. The Fairfax County Sheriff’s Office provides competitive pay and benefits, including but not limited to uniform allowance, paid training, paid holidays and leave, health, dental and life insurance, shift differential and opportunities for promotional advancement. Area Information: Fairfax County is located in northern Virginia, with close proximity to our nation’s capital and Maryland, the county has 406 square miles and an estimated population of 1.14 million. Fairfax County is the Commonwealth's most populous jurisdiction and the most populous jurisdiction in the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV Metropolitan Statistical Area. Home to George Mason University, Fairfax County provides residents with thousands of miles of parklands, diverse options for dining, shopping and recreational activities in addition to its’ proximity to Washington D.C. attractions.
Fairfax County Sheriff's Officehttps://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/sheriff/Sworn Officers | CorrectionsThe Fairfax County Sheriff’s Office was created in 1742, at the same time Fairfax County was formed. Today, the Sheriff’s Office is one of three public safety agencies responsible for the safety and well-being of the 1.14 million residents of Fairfax County. Fairfax County Deputy Sheriffs are certified law enforcement officers. Each Deputy Sheriff receives additional certifications in jail security, court security and civil process to perform the functions of the position. The Fairfax County Sheriff’s Office provides competitive pay and benefits, including but not limited to uniform allowance, paid training, paid holidays and leave, health, dental and life insurance, shift differential and opportunities for promotional advancement. Area Information: Fairfax County is located in northern Virginia, with close proximity to our nation’s capital and Maryland, the county has 406 square miles and an estimated population of 1.14 million. Fairfax County is the Commonwealth's most populous jurisdiction and the most populous jurisdiction in the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV Metropolitan Statistical Area. Home to George Mason University, Fairfax County provides residents with thousands of miles of parklands, diverse options for dining, shopping and recreational activities in addition to its’ proximity to Washington D.C. attractions.
Rock Hill Police Departmenthttp://www.rhpdrecruit.comSworn Officers | DispatchThe Rock Hill Police Department is currently seeking candidates for sworn Police positions, as well as telecommunications. Rock Hill is a booming city, 15 minutes south of Charlotte. It is home to the Carolina Panthers headquarters, as well as numerous parks and venues that host regional, as well as national events. It hosted the 2017 BMX World Championship, and is scheduled to host the Worlds again in 2024.
Grand Junction Police Departmentgjcity.orgSworn Officers | DispatchAt the Grand Junction Police Department (GJPD), we are committed to enhancing community safety, reducing fear of crime, and elevating the quality of life through partnerships and innovative policing initiatives. Our Police Officers value and embody professionalism, integrity, compassion, and service. The department promotes the personal and professional development of our police force through a wide variety of challenging and rewarding career opportunities. The GJPD provides a full range of high quality policing services found in few departments our size including motorcycle unit, K-9, bomb squad, crime lab, university campus policing, SWAT team, drug task force,and other collateral assignments. Police Officers work ten hour shifts in a team concept.
CDCR/DAPO NR (Parole)www.cdcr.ca.gov/paroleOther Parole AgentThe Division of Adult Parole Operations (DAPO) is responsible for protecting the community by enabling parole agents to have an active part in the local community’s public safety plans while providing a range of programs and services that offer state supervised parolees the opportunity for change, encouraging and assisting them in their effort to reintegrate into the community. DAPO Parole Agents are committed to working closely with the Division of Rehabilitative Programs to ensure parolees are referred to appropriate rehabilitation and transition programs that are currently available to help them find success and opportunities within their communities.
Matthews Police Departmentmatthewsnc.gov/policeSworn OfficersThe Matthews Police Department is staffed by approximately 85 full and part-time employees. We are aided in our mission by more than 20 dedicated citizen volunteers. Generally serving in one of four service divisions - Administration, Criminal Investigations, and Patrol - our staff is committed to providing the highest level of service possible to our citizens. While our employees' work shifts vary from 8 to 12 hours, many still volunteer to assist organizations like Safe Kids, and our Police Explorer' Post.
Williamson County Sheriff's Officehttps://www.williamsoncounty-tn.gov/20/SheriffSworn Officers | CorrectionsDetention is the division responsible for housing pre-trial and sentenced detainees in the John I. Easley Jr., Criminal Justice Center. The Criminal Justice Center encompasses approximately 121,000 square feet and sits on approximately 19 acres. Capacity is 454 inmate beds. The mission is Care, Custody and Control. The division is commanded by a Jail Administrator who has the rank of Captain. A Lieutenant is in charge of the daily operation of the detention center as well as compliance, recruitment and hiring. There are 96 employees from the rank of deputy to Staff Sergeant that allows the division to be a successful operation. The following sections are found within the division: Administration, Intake and Booking, Classifications, Floor Operations, Litter Service, and Inmate Services.
Gwinnett County Police Departmentwww.gwinnettpolicejobs.comSworn Officers | DispatchThe Gwinnett County Police Department is a nationally accredited and rapidly growing police agency located in the Northeastern quadrant of the Atlanta metropolitan area. The Department currently has an authorized strength of 879 sworn officers supported by 292 civilian employees with the responsibility of providing law enforcement services to approximately 800,000 residents within an area of 436 square miles. The Department is organized into the Office of the Chief and two Bureaus with four Divisions: Administrative Services, Support Operations, Criminal Investigations and Uniform Divisions. Employees are trained to become Police Officers. Applicants must pass a series of tests and interviews prior to selection as employees. Once selected, individuals must complete academy requirements, and if successful, continue to field training assisted by veteran officers (PO Master or Corporals). This job requires a pre-employment drug test and subsequent random drug and alcohol testing in accordance with Gwinnett County Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace.
Gwinnett County Police Departmentwww.gwinnettpolicejobs.comSworn Officers | DispatchThe Gwinnett County Police Department is a nationally accredited and rapidly growing police agency located in the Northeastern quadrant of the Atlanta metropolitan area. The Department currently has an authorized strength of 879 sworn officers supported by 292 civilian employees with the responsibility of providing law enforcement services to approximately 800,000 residents within an area of 436 square miles. The Department is organized into the Office of the Chief and two Bureaus with four Divisions: Administrative Services, Support Operations, Criminal Investigations and Uniform Divisions. Employees are trained to become Police Officers. Applicants must pass a series of tests and interviews prior to selection as employees. Once selected, individuals must complete academy requirements, and if successful, continue to field training assisted by veteran officers (PO Master or Corporals). This job requires a pre-employment drug test and subsequent random drug and alcohol testing in accordance with Gwinnett County Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace.
Travis County Sheriff's Office tcsheriff.orgSworn Officers | Corrections | Dispatch | Other Registered NurseThe vision of the Travis County Sheriff's Office which is located in Austin TX is a strong bond with our diverse community that is confident in our compassion, approachability, competence and trustworthiness. We are a family of highly trained professionals whose mission is to provide innovative Law Enforcement and Correction Services for the Travis County community. The Law Enforcement division provides patrol and criminal investigations and operates out of three command stations. Special operations include lake patrol, crime prevention, dispatch, reserves, SWAT team, and the training academy. The county’s jail population is housed in three major facilities: Central Booking, the Travis County Jail, and the Travis County Correctional Complex in Del Valle.
Suffolk Police Department https://www.suffolkva.us/288/PoliceSworn Officers | DispatchMission Statement We work to provide law enforcement excellence and public service through partnership with our community.
Lynchburg Police Departmenthttps://www.lynchburgva.gov/police-departmentSworn OfficersThe Lynchburg Police Department is a dynamic, progressive agency that serves a thriving city of nearly 84,000. The 176 sworn officers of the department partner with and protect our residents and visitors through a community policing philosophy that prioritizes accountability and collaboration. The LPD has countless opportunities for officers to participate in specialized units, including a K-9 Unit, Tactical Unit, Intelligence Unit, Crime Scene Unit, and much more. With a career progression system that allows officers to move from Police Officer to Police Officer III within four years of coming off of field training, the potential for growth in your career at the LPD is endless! Since its foundation in 1805, the LPD has remained at the forefront of modern policing, and today our officers receive advanced training, including field force, crisis intervention, interview and interrogation, investigations, leadership training, and much more! Members of the LPD make a difference in the lives of our community every day. We will always be there to answer the call – whether our residents need protection from a violent partner, advice about a fraud scam, or rescuing from a hostage situation. We are your partners and your protectors.
Howard County Police DepartmentHCPD.ORGSworn Officers | Dispatch
Lynchburg Police Departmenthttps://www.lynchburgva.gov/police-departmentSworn OfficersThe Lynchburg Police Department is a dynamic, progressive agency that serves a thriving city of nearly 84,000. The 176 sworn officers of the department partner with and protect our residents and visitors through a community policing philosophy that prioritizes accountability and collaboration. The LPD has countless opportunities for officers to participate in specialized units, including a K-9 Unit, Tactical Unit, Intelligence Unit, Crime Scene Unit, and much more. With a career progression system that allows officers to move from Police Officer to Police Officer III within four years of coming off of field training, the potential for growth in your career at the LPD is endless! Since its foundation in 1805, the LPD has remained at the forefront of modern policing, and today our officers receive advanced training, including field force, crisis intervention, interview and interrogation, investigations, leadership training, and much more! Members of the LPD make a difference in the lives of our community every day. We will always be there to answer the call – whether our residents need protection from a violent partner, advice about a fraud scam, or rescuing from a hostage situation. We are your partners and your protectors.
Grand Prairie Police Departmentwww.grandprairiepolice.orgSworn Officers | Corrections | DispatchThe Grand Prairie Police Department in Grand Prairie, Texas, is continually seeking diverse, highly motivated, community-oriented officers with integrity, who are willing to face a variety of challenges and responsibilities. We are committed to working in partnership with the residents of our community to provide a safe, secure environment to enhance the quality of life for each citizen of Grand Prairie. Responding to 122,000+ calls for service each year, the 270 sworn officers and 128 civilian employees are committed to providing our diverse and growing community of more than 192,000 citizens with world class service.
Denton County Sheriff's Officehttps://www.dentoncounty.gov/707/SheriffSworn Officers | Corrections | DispatchThe sheriff is responsible for operating the county jails, investigating crimes, making arrests, enforcing traffic regulations on county roads, and maintaining security in both the county and district courts. The sheriff has countywide jurisdiction, but in practice, most sheriffs' offices concentrate their activities outside city limits where municipal officers cannot operate. The Denton County Sheriff's Office has historically been a rural law enforcement agency. However, due to the increase and changing demographics of the population, it has become a more urban law enforcement agency of more than 500 dedicated employees who provide services to a growing and dynamic Texas county. The Sheriff's Office has three bureaus, Operations, Administration, and Detention. The Operations Division encompasses Patrol, Criminal Investigations, Forensics, Warrants, Special Operations, K9, SWAT, and Communications. The Patrol Division is responsible for providing visible patrol for approximately 958 square miles of Denton County. The Communications Division handles approximately 300,000 calls from the public and other agencies. The Administration Division encompasses Professional Standards, Protective Detail, Bailiff's, Mental Health, Transport, and Extradition. The Detention Division encompasses the Main Jail, Pretrial, Tower, and SORT. The Denton County Detention facility is a 1400-bed jail consisting of a linear-style jail, a direct supervision podular jail, and a pre-trial. The Detention Division employs more than 365, or about two-thirds, of the Sheriff's Office employees. They ensure efficient operation of the facility, safety of staff, and proper care of inmates assigned to the units based upon their age, offense, and prior criminal history.
Gwinnett County Police Departmentwww.gwinnettpolicejobs.comSworn Officers | DispatchThe Gwinnett County Police Department is a nationally accredited and rapidly growing police agency located in the Northeastern quadrant of the Atlanta metropolitan area. The Department currently has an authorized strength of 879 sworn officers supported by 292 civilian employees with the responsibility of providing law enforcement services to approximately 800,000 residents within an area of 436 square miles. The Department is organized into the Office of the Chief and two Bureaus with four Divisions: Administrative Services, Support Operations, Criminal Investigations and Uniform Divisions. Employees are trained to become Police Officers. Applicants must pass a series of tests and interviews prior to selection as employees. Once selected, individuals must complete academy requirements, and if successful, continue to field training assisted by veteran officers (PO Master or Corporals). This job requires a pre-employment drug test and subsequent random drug and alcohol testing in accordance with Gwinnett County Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace.
Prince George's County Department of CorrectionsSworn Officers | Corrections
Gwinnett County Police Departmentwww.gwinnettpolicejobs.comSworn Officers | Dispatchhe Gwinnett County Police Department is a nationally accredited and rapidly growing police agency located in the Northeastern quadrant of the Atlanta metropolitan area. The Department currently has an authorized strength of 879 sworn officers supported by 292 civilian employees with the responsibility of providing law enforcement services to approximately 800,000 residents within an area of 436 square miles. The Department is organized into the Office of the Chief and two Bureaus with four Divisions: Administrative Services, Support Operations, Criminal Investigations and Uniform Divisions. Employees are trained to become Police Officers. Applicants must pass a series of tests and interviews prior to selection as employees. Once selected, individuals must complete academy requirements, and if successful, continue to field training assisted by veteran officers (PO Master or Corporals). This job requires a pre-employment drug test and subsequent random drug and alcohol testing in accordance with Gwinnett County Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace.
Arapahoe County Sheriff's Officewww.arapahoegov.comSworn Officers | Corrections | Dispatch | Other Deputy RecruitsArapahoe County Sheriff's Office, established in 1858, is a nationally-accredited, full-service sheriff's office under the leadership of Sheriff Tyler S. Brown. Staffed by more than 800 civilian and commissioned employees, the Sheriff’s Office provides both law enforcement and detention operations. The Sheriff’s Office also provides public safety services for the City of Centennial, Town of Bennett, Town of Deer Trail and the Town of Foxfield. We serve nearly 200,000 citizens across 864 square miles and we are proud of the quality service we provide to them. Whether you are looking for a civilian or commissioned position, the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office is an organization with a tremendous amount of opportunity and growth for its employees. We value integrity, diversity, dedication, enthusiasm and a commitment to a job well done. We look forward to talking with you about what your career can look like if you join our team!
G4S Secure Solutionswww.g4s.comSworn Officers | Dispatch | Other Special Police OfficersWe support our knowledge of global security trends with a deep understanding of our customers’ unique needs. We have an enviable heritage with more than 100 years in the security industry.
Albemarle County Police Departmentwww.albemarle.org/policeSworn OfficersThe Albemarle County Police Department (ACPD) is a fully accredited agency dedicated to community engagement through Geographical Policing (geo-policing). In collaboration with others, the Albemarle County Police Department protects and promotes community safety, ensures the safe and orderly movement of traffic, and seeks solutions to any problems that create fear or threaten the quality of life in the county. The Albemarle County Police Department was created in 1983 to assume primary responsibility for law enforcement. The department's present authorized strength is 152 sworn officers, 35 civilian employees, and a large volunteer workforce
Dallas County Sheriff's Department www.dallascounty.org/sheriffSworn Officers | Corrections | Office Admin | DispatchThe Dallas County Sheriff’s Department is the chief law enforcement agency in the county. Established on March 30, 1846, we operate the seventh largest jail in the United States with an average jail population of over 6,000 inmates and more than 2,000 employees. Unlike municipal law enforcement agencies, sheriff deputies have jurisdiction in all areas of the county, including the other 32 cities in the county.
Durham Police Department, NCwww.durhampolice.comSworn OfficersThe Durham Police Department works together with the community to minimize crime, promote safety and enhance the quality of life in our city. Vision Statement The vision of the Durham Police Department is to be a progressive law enforcement agency committed to reducing crime by providing the best quality of service, fostering public confidence and maintaining the highest standards of excellence as a community partner for positive change.
Anne Arundel County Police Dept.www.aacounty.org/policeSworn OfficersWe of the Anne Arundel County Police Department recognize our contribution to the quality of life and safe environment in our community through the provision of professional law enforcement services. We will meet the challenge of providing these services by basing our thoughts and actions on a recognized set of values that operate within the organization. We see these values as a set of shared common beliefs that contribute to the success of the Department. This structure of beliefs and shared values provide a common cause for all members of the Department. From these values we derive our policies and procedures; therefore, faithful adherence to these beliefs by all personnel is paramount. We believe that the overall success of our organization, as well as its’ individual employees, both sworn and civilian, is achieved through our commitment to the following values. Written as the acronym POLICE:
Westminster Police Departmenthttps://www.cityofwestminster.us/policeSworn Officers | Dispatch“In the Westminster Police Department (WPD), we know that what makes us strong is the different backgrounds we bring to this work. Some of us bring decades of experience and some are Westminster natives. Whether you’re a former military veteran or speak one of the many languages in our community, there are qualities that make each person a great sworn officer or civilian employee. Mission Statement The mission of the Westminster Police Department is law enforcement excellence in community safety and service through vigorous policing, professionalism, leadership and innovation. Vision Statement To exhibit strong leadership in our community, our organization, and as individuals. To embrace and encourage innovation in all our thinking, decisions and actions. To be courageous by demonstrating mental and moral strength, not only in times of difficulty, but in all circumstances.”
Baltimore Police Department https://www.baltimorepolice.org/Sworn Officers | Other Police CadetPolice Officers are sworn members who are twenty one years of age or older. As a uniformed Baltimore Police Officer, you are assigned to patrol a neighborhood by vehicle or on foot. Employees in this class work rotating shifts including evening, weekends and holiday hours. In this capacity, you respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for service and promote the safety of the public and of fellow police officers. You will be a proactive member of our Department, engaging in community-oriented policing, traffic enforcement, and on occasion, special details.
Hillsborough County Sheriff's Officejoinhcso.comSworn Officers | Corrections | Dispatch
Garland Police DepartmentGarlandpolice.comSworn Officers | Corrections | DispatchThe Garland Police Department is currently looking to hire for openings for Police Officer, Correction Officers, and Dispatchers. In accordance with the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) minimum requirements Sworn Officers: • Must be United States of America citizen at the time of application • At least age 18 and will have not reached the age of 45 prior to entering a beginning position in the police department • Must have either a High School Diploma or GED AND one of the following: 1. Associate’s degree or completion of a minimum of 60 hours college credit from an accredited college or university, with a minimum of a 2.0 GPA, or 2. Minimum 2 years active United States of America military service with an Honorable discharge, or 3. Minimum 2 years of service as a full-time paid peace officer or law enforcement officer ** Education, prior police or military experience requirements must be met prior to academy start date.
Kentucky State Policekentuckystatepolice.orgSworn Officers | DispatchKentucky State Police promotes public safety through service, integrity and professionalism utilizing partnerships to: 1. Prevent, reduce and deter crime and the fear of crime; 2. Enhance highway safety through education and enforcement 3. Safeguard property and protect individual rights.
Lexington County Sheriff's Deptjoinlcsd.comSworn Officers | Corrections | Other SRO, Code Enforcement, Court DeputyThe Lexington County Sheriff's Department is a full-service law enforcement agency that is dedicated to serving more than 295,000 citizens in Lexington County, South Carolina. The Sheriff's Department is an internationally accredited law enforcement agency that is headquartered in the Town of Lexington, which is located in the metropolitan Columbia or "Midlands" region of South Carolina. Lexington County is experiencing tremendous growth in its population due in large part to the high quality of life in the county. Lexington County is thriving because of its varied economy, excellent schools and abundant recreational opportunities. The men and women of the Sheriff's Department work hard every day to try to ensure that the quality of life in the county remains high. In addition to providing law enforcement services in unincorporated areas, the Sheriff's Department also is responsible for the operation and security of the 720-bed Lexington County Detention Center, which serves as the primary holding facility for all individuals who are arrested and jailed in Lexington County.
South Fulton Police Departmentwww.cityofsouthfultonga.govSworn OfficersA full-service police agency, the Department has adopted a community-oriented philosophy and relies heavily upon community input and collaborative problem-solving strategies. It is through heightened community involvement in public safety matters that the South Fulton Police Department will most effectively address its many priorities, including, but not limited to youth-related crime, domestic violence and the perception of crime in South Fulton.
Fairfax County Police Deptwww.fairfaxcounty.gov/police/join-fcpdSworn OfficersAbout Fairfax County Police Department Come join the largest and fastest growing police department in Virginia with over1,500 officers! Fairfax is located just 18 miles from our Nation's Capital, Washington DC. You will receive the training and skills to provide essential law enforcement and public safety services to over 1.2 million residents and its visitors. Our state of the art academy will train you to enforce criminal laws, traffic regulations, and maintain public order through service oriented policing. You will receive firearms, self-defense, driving skills, and criminal investigations, just to name a few, that will allow you to succeed while on patrol. Fairfax County is known for its reputation and steeped in tradition since 1942.
Hampton Sheriff Officehttps://hampton.gov/3237/Sheriffs-OfficeSworn Officers | Corrections | Office Admin | Finance/Budget | Other NursesThe Sheriff's Office consists of deputies and civilian personnel in three major divisions: Administration, Court Services, and Corrections. We maintain the custody, care, control and movement of inmates; serve civil and criminal processes and court orders; maintain security for court facilities, judges, jurors and other trial participants.
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LUBBOCK POLICE DEPARTMENTLUBBOCKPOLICE.COMSworn OfficersThe mission of the Lubbock Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in the City of Lubbock by working cooperatively with the public to prevent crime, enforce the laws, preserve the peace, and provide a safe environment. We are looking for qualified candidates interested in making a difference in our community!
LUBBOCK POLICE DEPARTMENTLUBBOCKPOLICE.COMSworn OfficersThe mission of the Lubbock Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in the City of Lubbock by working cooperatively with the public to prevent crime, enforce the laws, preserve the peace, and provide a safe environment. We are looking for qualified candidates interested in making a difference in our community!
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Prince William County Police Departmenthttps://www.joinpwcpd.org/Sworn OfficersThe Prince William County Police Department provides outstanding law enforcement services to the community of more than 450,000 residents. Our nationally accredited Department – with an authorized strength of 701 sworn officers – is composed of four divisions and 14 bureaus. We provide police services to a County that boasts urban, suburban and rural areas, 25 miles south of Washington, D.C. The Prince William County Police Department can provide you with a rewarding career in law enforcement. Whether you’re interested in community policing, standard patrol or criminal investigations, we have a place for you. The Police Department also employs more than 150 civilians who provide vital services to the Department and community. If you are a dedicated, talented individual looking for a rewarding career in public safety, please check out our current civilian vacancies. We offer a variety of specialized units and have our own Criminal Justice Academy where new officers are trained. The Academy also offers a variety of training courses for experienced officers. As a result of cooperative agreements, officers can also attend courses at other Academies in the local area. The highly trained men and women of the Prince William County Police Department are dedicated to continually providing outstanding police services.
Norfolk Police Departmenthttps://www.Norfolk.gov/308/recruitmentSworn OfficersNorfolk is a waterfront city located at the core of Hampton Roads metropolitan area. It is considered to be the historic, urban, financial, and cultural center of the region. We are a community oriented law enforcement agency. We offer Career Development, Challenge, Excitement, Job Satisfaction, Opportunities for Promotion, Teamwork and Variety. You will discover that Norfolk is a dynamic and diverse place to live, work and play. For more information, visit our website at www.norfolk.gov/308/Recruitment
CDCR/DAPO NRwww.cdcr.ca.govCorrections | Other Parole AgentTHE MISSION of the Division of Adult Parole Operations is to protect the public and assist parolees in their reintegration to society.
Prince William-Manassas Regional Adult Detention Centerwww.pwcgov.org/adcSworn Officers | CorrectionsThe Prince William – Manassas Regional Adult Detention Center began operations on April 15, 1982 with the opening of the Main Facility. This new regional jail facility replaced a County jail. The Modular Building was added and has been in operation since April 27, 1990. The Iron Building, which houses the Work Release and Electronic Incarceration Program, was added and has been in operation since June 30, 1989. The Central Facility became fully operational on Dec. 10, 2008. The operational capacity of the facility is 667. Together these four buildings make up the facilities of the Prince William – Manassas Regional Adult Detention Center, which is currently managed by Superintendent Colonel Pete Meletis. The ADC mission is to provide for the secure, safe and healthful housing of prisoners; while ensuring safety of ADC staff. The ADC also conducts rehabilitative programs that reduce recidivism among prisoners released and doing so at a cost-effective manner where possible.
Anne Arundel County Police Dept.www.aacounty.org/policeSworn OfficersWe of the Anne Arundel County Police Department recognize our contribution to the quality of life and safe environment in our community through the provision of professional law enforcement services. We will meet the challenge of providing these services by basing our thoughts and actions on a recognized set of values that operate within the organization. We see these values as a set of shared common beliefs that contribute to the success of the Department. This structure of beliefs and shared values provide a common cause for all members of the Department. From these values we derive our policies and procedures; therefore, faithful adherence to these beliefs by all personnel is paramount. We believe that the overall success of our organization, as well as its’ individual employees, both sworn and civilian, is achieved through our commitment to the following values. Written as the acronym POLICE:
Benton Police Departmentbentonpolice.orgSworn OfficersThe city of Benton, Arkansas, elected its first Police Chief in 1956, and the Benton Police Department now includes 67 officers- and growing- all dedicated to providing our community of nearly 40,000 with professional, progressive, community-oriented service. We strive to serve our citizens with the utmost courtesy, respect and concern for their needs with an emphasis on integrity and fairness. An atmosphere of safety and security abounds within our community, and we take great pride in the relationships and partnerships we have built with individuals and businesses. Officer training is a vital part of our commitment to our citizens, and we are committed to ensuring no officer is placed prematurely in the field. Chief Scotty Hodges is the eighteenth Chief of Police, having been selected to serve in that role in 2017. The members of BNPD can be found actively and proactively policing all areas of the Benton community. This includes 7 school resource officers who are placed in each of the public schools. We also have several other areas of specialization, such as Criminal Investigations, Narcotics, S.W.A.T., Field Training, and Crisis Negotiations. You can connect with us at any number of community outreach events as well as online on our Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram accounts. For more information, visit www.bentonpolice.org.
Prince William County Police Departmenthttps://www.joinpwcpd.org/Sworn OfficersThe Prince William County Police Department provides outstanding law enforcement services to the community of more than 450,000 residents. Our nationally accredited Department – with an authorized strength of 701 sworn officers – is composed of four divisions and 14 bureaus. We provide police services to a County that boasts urban, suburban and rural areas, 25 miles south of Washington, D.C. The Prince William County Police Department can provide you with a rewarding career in law enforcement. Whether you’re interested in community policing, standard patrol or criminal investigations, we have a place for you. The Police Department also employs more than 150 civilians who provide vital services to the Department and community. If you are a dedicated, talented individual looking for a rewarding career in public safety, please check out our current civilian vacancies. We offer a variety of specialized units and have our own Criminal Justice Academy where new officers are trained. The Academy also offers a variety of training courses for experienced officers. As a result of cooperative agreements, officers can also attend courses at other Academies in the local area. The highly trained men and women of the Prince William County Police Department are dedicated to continually providing outstanding police services.
Alvin Police Department https://www.alvin-tx.gov/page/Police.homeSworn OfficersThe Alvin Police Department consists of 85 paid members, 55 of which are sworn police officers (including the Chief of Police), with the remaining 30 employees holding civilian positions. With an annual operating budget of approximately $7.5 million, the Alvin Police Department offers a variety of services to improve the public safety and quality of life in our community.
Atlanta Police Departmentjoinatlantapd.orgSworn Officers | DispatchThe mission of the Atlanta Police Department (APD) is to create a safer Atlanta by reducing crime, ensuring the safety of our residents and building trust in partnership with our community. We are a source of pride for the residents of Atlanta, admired among law enforcement agencies worldwide, recognized for our professionalism, integrity, and service to our communities. APD is seeking high-valued, qualified applicants who join us in our daily effort to be the change in the community we serve. Starting officer pay is $48,500 and APD offers a lateral hiring program.
Prince William County Police Departmenthttps://www.joinpwcpd.org/Sworn OfficersThe Prince William County Police Department provides outstanding law enforcement services to the community of more than 450,000 residents. Our nationally accredited Department – with an authorized strength of 701 sworn officers – is composed of four divisions and 14 bureaus. We provide police services to a County that boasts urban, suburban and rural areas, 25 miles south of Washington, D.C.The Prince William County Police Department can provide you with a rewarding career in law enforcement. Whether you’re interested in community policing, standard patrol or criminal investigations, we have a place for you.We offer a variety of specialized units and have our own Criminal Justice Academy where new officers are trained. The Academy also offers a variety of training courses for experienced officers. As a result of cooperative agreements, officers can also attend courses at other Academies in the local area.The highly trained men and women of the Prince William County Police Department are dedicated to continually providing outstanding police services.
Albuquerque Police Departmentapdonline.comSworn Officers Albuquerque is one of the fastest growing city's in the nation with a population of around 550,000 citizens. Albuquerque is set at the base of the beautiful Sandia Mountains making it a great place to both live and work in! This City places great value on police officers and offers great benefits, competitive salary, and many advancement opportunities. Salary after your first year will be $60,000 before any added incentives such as longevity, educational, or other specialized skill incentives. The Albuquerque Police Department is the largest law enforcement agency in the State of New Mexico and APD is in charge of protecting the amazing Albuquerque community. APD is hiring problem solvers and peacekeepers who are looking for an exciting career in law enforcement. APD has over 50 specialized units to choose from which means YOU CHOOSE, your path!
Catoosa County Sheriff's Officewww.catoosacountysheriff.comSworn Officers | CorrectionsCatoosa County is located south of the Tennessee border in northwest Georgia, with interstate 75 running through the county and the Chattahoochee National Forest. Catoosa County was created from parts of Walker and Whitfield counties in 1853 and comprised of 162 square miles with an estimated population of 65,621. The county is rich in Civil War and Indian history. The Chickamauga-Chattanooga National Military Park is the oldest and largest park of its kind. Eight historic areas constitute approximately 8,000 acres of Civil War battlegrounds and Lookout Mountain. The Sheriff is the chief law enforcement officer of Catoosa County. The Sheriff is elected to office every four years with no term limits and initiates and approves all personnel actions. The Sheriff’s Office provides traditional law enforcement services, including patrol, investigations, special operations and detention divisions. A captain commands each division with divisions separated into sections and units. The agency is proactive in the community and schools with a focus on the prevention of crime and establishing community and business partnerships. The Sheriff’s Office organizational structure provides for the position of major acting as the second in command. The major reports directly to the sheriff while division captains report to the major. The Sheriff’s Office is a medium sized agency that is State Certified and Nationally recognized by CALEA and is an agency with that “hometown feel”.
Pennsylvania State Police www.psp.pa.govSworn Officers
Bureau of Engraving and Printingbep.govSworn OfficersBureau of Engraving and Printing is a branch of the US Treasury Department responsible for the development and production of US currency.
Delaware State Policewww.becomeatrooper.comSworn Officers | DispatchThe Delaware State Police is a full-service law enforcement agency that serves the state of Delaware. We offer a great starting salary, take-home vehicles, excellent pension and more. We have a high amount of special units to enhance our careers and countless other job opportunities. Please visit our website and contact a Recruiter today! The Delaware State Police is a Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer.
Norfolk Police Departmenthttps://www.Norfolk.gov/308/recruitmentSworn OfficersNorfolk is a waterfront city located at the core of Hampton Roads metropolitan area. It is considered to be the historic, urban, financial, and cultural center of the region. We are a community oriented law enforcement agency. We offer Career Development, Challenge, Excitement, Job Satisfaction, Opportunities for Promotion, Teamwork and Variety. You will discover that Norfolk is a dynamic and diverse place to live, work and play.
Chatham County Sheriff officesheriff.chathamcountyga.govCorrectionsThe mission of the Chatham County Sheriff's Office is to enforce state law and provide the finest public safety services to the people of Chatham County, which includes protecting the judiciary, executing orders of the courts, supporting our law enforcement partners and providing for the care, custody and control of legally incarcerated inmates.
Rockwall Police Departmentwww.rockwallpolice.orgSworn Officers | DispatchThe Rockwall Police Department offers an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in a career in law enforcement. We are a people-oriented agency dedicated to the job we do, the community we serve, and upholding the highest standards of law enforcement ethics and conduct.
Cobb County Sheriffs OfficeCobbsheriff.orgSworn Officers | Office Admin | Other Criminal Justice Specialist
Alameda County Sheriff's OfficeAlamedaCountySheriff.orgSworn Officers | Other Deputy Sheriff's Recruit, Deputy Sheriff I, Deputy Sheriff II, Sheriff's Technician, Emergency Services Dispatcher I, Sheriff's Safety Aide and Sheriff's Service CadetThe Alameda County Sheriff’s Office is dedicated to retaining and recruiting the best –qualified personnel. We strive to promote a positive work environment that encourages teamwork, communication and professional development. The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office is a family of professional men and women who are recognized nationally and internationally for their excellence in law enforcement. Since 1843, the Alameda County Sheriff's office has protected life and property while providing humane treatment to those in our custody. Each day our mission is to demonstrate our: Ability to enforce the law fairly; Commitment to professionalism; Service to the community with integrity and trust; Obligation to duty with honor and price.
Asheville Police Departmenthttps://www.ashevillenc.gov/department/police/Sworn Officers | Office AdminWe provide the highest level of police services in partnership with the community to enhance the quality of life. We provide public safety and maintain order, enforce the laws of North Carolina, uphold the United States Constitution and support National security. We adhere to the guiding principles of integrity, fairness, respect, and professionalism. Guiding Principles: (created by our employees an engraved on the back of every badge) Integrity - Honesty, compassion, trust, and accountability. Police Officers have the courage to do what is morally, ethically, and legally right regardless of risk. Fairness - The Police Department will treat everyone impartially without favoritism or bias. Respect - The Police Department will treat everyone with dignity and courtesy without prejudice. Professionalism - The Police Department will deliver quality services through cooperation, open communication and a commitment to continuous improvement. Asheville’s first police force was organized in 1849 and consisted of eight volunteers working under a captain. The Police Department was formally created by ordinance on November 1st, 1875 and included a Chief of Police and four patrolmen.
Athens- Clarke County Police Department Sworn Officers | Dispatch
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University of Maryland Department of Public Safetywww.umpd.umd.eduSworn Officers | DispatchThe University of Maryland Police Department in College Park is a professional law enforcement organization that employs over 100 dedicated men and women. We provide a complete array of law enforcement and related services to our community of approximately 80,000 members, which includes a student population of approximately 40,000.the University of Maryland Police Force is the primary agency responsible for policing property owned, operated, leased by, or under the control of the University of Maryland System. Officers are empowered by State law to make arrests, investigate crimes, enforce laws, and carry firearms.
City of fort Bragghttps://city.fortbragg.com/Sworn OfficersThe City of Fort Bragg is located on the scenic Mendocino Coast, surrounded by beautiful redwood forests and the Pacific Ocean. Living in Fort Bragg offers a high quality of life with quiet, friendly residential neighborhoods, good public schools, excellent restaurants, picturesque downtown shopping areas and abundant recreational opportunities. The community has a thriving visual and performing arts scene. Thousands of acres of State parks and State forest lands and miles of beaches offer limitless access to the splendor of the Mendocino Coast. See for yourself by visiting the Fort Bragg website. The City of Fort Bragg employs just over 60 staff members and offers a wide range of opportunities for career development and growth. With excellent salary and benefits, including a retirement program partially funded by the City, the City is an excellent place to start your career, develop new skills or continue your career development.
Utah Department of CorrectionsCorrectionsOur dedicated team of professionals ensures public safety by effectively managing offenders while maintaining close collaboration with partner agencies and the community. Our team is devoted to providing maximum opportunities for offenders to make lasting changes, through accountability, education and positive reinforcement within a safe environment.
Emory Police Departmentpolice.emory.eduSworn OfficersThe Emory Police Department (EPD) in Atlanta, Georgia provides complete law enforcement services to the Emory community which includes 3 campuses in the Metro Atlanta area. EPD works in conjunction with the DeKalb County Police, the Atlanta Police, the City of Oxford Police, and other law enforcement agencies to provide law enforcement services to the greater Emory community. EPD also provide management oversight for electronic security systems (access control, alarms, and CCTV systems) and physical facility security services utilized within the university setting.
Hampton Police Divisionhttps://hampton.gov/256/PoliceSworn Officers | Office Admin | Dispatch | Other Animal Response Team OfficersThe Hampton Police Division takes pride in its solid historic tradition, and our employees' commitment to the highest quality service to our citizens. Many of our innovative ideas have received national recognition and we continually seek to implement progressive strategies that identify the division as a leader among contemporary law enforcement agencies. Technological advances and ingenious programs, procedures and techniques within the division have given our staff the capability to easily share and exchange information, improving overall effectiveness and job performance at all levels. Acting in partnership with the community to promote a responsive and flexible approach to quality of life issues is the foundation of Hampton's community oriented policing endeavors. Our effective coordination and cooperation with other city agencies and community organizations have generated a variety of problem solving partnerships. These coalitions have been successful in developing comprehensive solutions to community problems, forging new strengths in combating crime and helping to improve our community. The Hampton Police Division looks to bring the community together to prevent crime and solve neighborhood problems, making Hampton the most livable city in Virginia. We are currently hiring for Certified Police Officers, Police Patrol Officer Recruits, Certified Dispatchers, Dispatcher Trainees, Animal Response Team Officers, and many civilian clerical positions. Please view our current job listings at www.hampton.gov/hire.
Boynton Beach Police Department https://bbpd.org/Sworn Officers | Office Admin | Dispatch
Prince William County Police Departmentjoinpwcpd.orgSworn OfficersPrince William County is located in Northern Virginia approximately 25 miles south of Washington, DC. The Prince William County Police Department is comprised of 700 sworn police officers that serve a citizen population of over 465,000. This nationally accredited law enforcement agency offers a competitive salary, retention bonus, permanent non-rotating work schedule, take home vehicle program, paid retirement, outstanding benefits and numerous specialty units.
Greenville Police Departmenthttp://www.ci.greenville.tx.us/84/Police-DepartmentSworn Officers | DispatchThe Greenville Police Department recognizes its responsibility to protect the lives and property of the citizens in our community. Our desire is to prevent crime from ever occurring and prevent citizens from becoming victims. In order to accomplish our mission, we provide quality police services in the quickest and most effective manner, with maximum results. We strive to be active in anticipating and preventing unsafe conditions and in protecting individuals from the imprudent acts of others. To achieve our goal, we seek out and train highly motivated men and women to provide a professional staff, employ the latest technology, and promote the community involvement of our citizens. We are consciously aware of our responsibility to the citizens, and we shall always effectively and efficiently use the resources allocated to us. In addition, we shall report accurately and honestly our progress toward achieving our mission.
Clarke County Sheriff's Officehttps://www.accgov.com/205/SheriffSworn Officers | CorrectionsThe Clarke County Sheriff's Office exists to provide services for the protection of life and property and the preservation of the public peace in Athens-Clarke County. The sheriff is responsible for the physical health and welfare of all inmates in the jail and the management of their property. We serves criminal warrants, civil papers, and subpoenas; executes evictions; transports prisoners to court; extradites prisoners from other states to court; and provides security for the courts as wells as juries, the Clarke County Courthouse, and parking deck. Our mission is to serve our community through intentional engagement, access and transparency. We are dedicated to conducting ourselves in a manner respectful of the trust that has been placed upon us. We will perform the constitutional and statutory mandates of the Office of Sheriff with the highest degree of competence, skill and professionalism. We are dedicated to this mission and to the people we serve to ensure that Clarke County is a safe place to live, work and visit. Our vision is to be a nationally recognized public safety organization dedicated to deliberate service to our community. We will achieve excellence through education, training and empowering our employees to provide the highest professional services to the citizens of Clarke County. The Clarke County Sheriff's Office is committed to building a culture that promotes and supports a diverse and inclusive workforce. A diverse and inclusive workforce ensures that the Sheriff's Office benefits from the backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences of its employees.
Houston Community Collegehttps://www.hccs.edu/departments/police/Sworn OfficersHouston Community College is an open-admission, public institution of higher education offering a high-quality, affordable education for academic advancement, workforce training, career development, and lifelong learning to prepare individuals in our diverse communities for life and work in a global and technological society.
Ogden Police Departmentogdencity.comSworn Officers
Tracy Police Departmentwww.cityoftracy.orgSworn Officers | DispatchThe Tracy Police Department has established the values of “Service, Integrity, and Excellence” because we recognize and respect the sanctity of all human life and dignity without prejudice to anyone. The Tracy Police Department has a long history of judicious, lawful and minimal use of force supported by strong policy, training, supervision, progressive thinking, accountability, transparency, community engagement and community expectations. We are proud to be a learning organization, continuously seeking to improve, grow and enhance our commitment to protect and preserve life under an umbrella of accountability. Despite the varied and often intense demands of providing public safety services, the men and women of the Tracy Police Department continue to provide outstanding service with the support of the community and government partners. There’s a great deal of innovation and forward thinking occurring within the organization on a consistent basis. Our FIRST commitment to every citizen, business and visitor to the City of Tracy will be based on the principles of Fairness, Integrity, Respect, Service, and Teamwork.
Wilmington Police Departmentwww.wilmingtonnc.gov/policeSworn OfficersThe Wilmington Police Department (North Carolina) is an agency that is comprised of 170+ sworn officers and 30-40 civilians. WPD is in the southeastern part of North Carolina and is one of the larger and older agencies in the area. First established in 1847, WPD prizes itself in conducting the highest professional standards in serving the citizens of Wilmington. The National Accredited Agency by CALEA, WPD consists of a Patrol Division, Criminal Investigative Division, Special Investigative Division, Mounted Unit, Bomb Squad, SWAT Team, Hostage Negations Unit, K-9 Unit, SABLE (Helicopter Unit), Marine 1 (Boat Unit) and many other specialized positions. The agency is also the only agency in the southeastern part of North Carolina with a training facility that consists of a state of the art in door shooting range, Use of Force Simulator, Driving Simulator, and K-9 Training Area.
Pelham Police Departmentpelhampd.comSworn Officers | DispatchThe Pelham Police Department is a modern, progressive, full-service municipal law enforcement agency dedicated to the ideal of providing superior police services to the community it serves. To accomplish our mission, we are committed to: The preservation of human life Crime prevention and suppression Investigation of crimes Apprehension of offenders Crime reduction Law enforcement The movement of traffic and people Investigation of traffic accidents Maintenance of public order Provision of emergency services Provision of general public service Protection of the community's constitutional rights Community outreach ​The Pelham Police department is made up of 73 sworn officers, 14 dispatchers, 2 records clerks and 2 administrative employees
Bureau of Prisons/FCI Three Riversbop.gov/jobsCorrections | Other Facilities, Medical, Teachers, PsychologyOur agency was established in 1930 to provide more progressive and humane care for federal inmates, to professionalize the prison service, and to ensure consistent and centralized administration of federal prisons. The BOP is a leader in correctional excellence and consistently recognized for outstanding government stewardship. The BOP has prisons of various security levels and specialized missions throughout the country.
Prince William County Police Departmenthttps://www.joinpwcpd.org/Sworn OfficersPrince William County is located in Northern Virginia approximately 25 miles south of Washington, DC. The Prince William County Police Department is comprised of 686 sworn police officers that serve a citizen population over 465,000. This nationally accredited law enforcement agency offers a competitive salary, permanent non-rotating work schedule, take home vehicle program, paid retirement, outstanding benefits and numerous specialty units.
Arlington County Sheriff's Officeacso.jobsSworn Officers
Colorado State Patrolhttps://csp.colorado.gov/Sworn Officers | Other Port of EntryWhen originally legislated in 1935, the Colorado State Patrol was created to “…promote safety, protect human life and preserve the highways of this state by the courteous and strict enforcement of the laws and regulations of this state relating to highways and the traffic on such highways.” (CRS 24-33.5-201) The Colorado State Patrol has evolved over the last 85 years into a multifaceted and complex law enforcement agency. Through the dedication of our members, past and present, and our high level of professional service and industry-leading technical competence, the CSP has held strong to our traditions while taking on new and challenging law enforcement missions. From our modest beginnings as a “Courtesy Patrol,” charged with enforcing vehicle laws and providing protection to the governor, the CSP has transformed and diversified into a multitude of public safety specialties. In addition to our expertise in traffic safety, we are also leading the state in areas such as: commercial motor vehicle enforcement, hazardous materials routing and rule making, specialized enforcement, aviation, homeland security, communications, immigration enforcement, investigative services, dignitary protection, infrastructure protection, criminal interdiction, research and development, legislative advisement, education, and more. The CSP continues to be a proven leader in providing exceptional public safety services in all endeavors.
Virginia Beach Sheriff's Officewww.vbso.netSworn OfficersThe Virginia Beach Sheriff's Office is responsible for a wide range of public safety including maintaining the daily security of approximatley1,100 inmates, operating the Virginia Beach Correctional Center, providing security at the Virginia Beach Court House, serving civil papers, transporting inmates and training. The Sheriff's Office also supervises the workforce inmates that conducts landscaping and maintenance for the city.
UT System Police - Health Science Center San Antoniohttps://www.uthscsa.edu/police/homeSworn Officers | Dispatch | Other Security Guard Professionals UT Police is committed to providing the highest quality police and security service. Our police department has over 75 officers and public safety personnel working tirelessly over three campuses and across our leased spaces to assure a rapid response to any criminal event or medical emergency. All of our police and public safety personnel are trained above and beyond the minimum requirements. Most recently our department was honored with receiving the University of Texas System Police Training Officer of the year award for our exemplary efforts in law enforcement training and standards. UT Police is also accredited by the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA) and the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). Accreditation demonstrates compliance with more than 220 policies and standards that represent policing best practices. During our most recent assessment, our department earned high praise and recognition for our transformational leadership changes and improvements. Over the last three years, we have significantly enhanced our ability to respond to any criminal event on campus and, more specifically, our response to an active shooter. All of our officers have been recertified and trained at the highest levels to intervene in any hostile act towards our students or employees. We have also invested in cutting edge technology, including our video monitoring system, modernized our safety equipment, and updated our emergency response plans -- all to protect our institution
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