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The Menlo Park Police Department demands the highest level of professionalism from its employees. We maintain that employee contact with the public should inspire respect and generate cooperation and approval from the public we serve.
The Menlo Park Police Department strives to provide the best possible police services. For more than 80 years, our department has worked hard every day to protect those who live, work and visit the City of Menlo Park. We achieve this through crime suppression and problem solving, crime analysis and development of crime prevention strategies.
County of San Mateo Health System is excited to be able to offer a unique job opportunity to well-qualified individuals for the position of Supervising Nurse Practitioner (Supervising NP) as part of the County of San Mateo Obstetrics and Gynecology team. This is a full-time, benefited position.
ABOUT THE POSITION The City of Lincoln is seeking qualified Part-time Reserve Police Officers - Level I, II, and III trained Police Officers. Successful candidates may be assigned to patrol duties in accordance with POST requirements. Upon completion of the Lincoln Police Department Police Training Officer Program, Reserve Officers will be assigned law enforcement duties on as needed basis. The types of duties assigned will be dependent upon their level of training and experience. This position receives no compensation nor does it include benefits.
The City of Fremont is accepting applications for the position of Police Communications Dispatcher. We are accepting applications on a continuous basis. For more information about the City of Fremont, the Fremont Police Department and the position, view our most recent job announcement by clicking the Job Announcement button to the right.
Help Doesn’t Just Arrive. It’s Dispatched.
“Dispatching is much more than you could ever begin to imagine. It is the most rewarding career I could have ever imagined.” —Kayla Bacon, Police Communications Dispatcher