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Working at the Citrus Heights Police Department is all about character. Our reputation and ability to effectively serve is built on the words, actions, and habits of our people. We have deliberately constructed a character-based culture as the foundation of a premier professional police agency.
Contingent upon City Council approval as recommended on June 27, 2019.
This position will remain open until filled.
First review of applications is July 12, 2019, or when the first 100 qualified
applications are received, whichever comes first.
The Citrus Heights Police Department is a premier agency filled with people of strong character who are dedicated to the service of our community. If you would like to work on a team of like-minded professionals who have a passion for the protection of animals and willingness to ensure the public safety though enforcement of related laws, and a desire to work in a positive, innovative, and respectful environment, the Citrus Heights Police Department Animal Services Unit is the place for you.
The City of Albany is accepting applications on a continuous basis for current Police Officers who have completed the Basic POST Academy OR for current California POST Academy participants (or recent graduates).
The Albany Police Department is a service-oriented agency whose members take pride in their proactive response to crime, disorder, and quality of life issues. The department has sustained a positive relationship with the community for many years by recognizing the community’s high expectations for professional police services.
Under supervision, a Police Cadet is a non-sworn classification that assists police personnel in a variety of operations in order to gain practical knowledge of law enforcement. Qualified candidates will obtain practical work experience that supports their career goals.
As a Moraga Police Officer, you will be required to respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for service; enforce laws and ordinances; monitor and control traffic; prevent crime; administer first aid when needed; make arrests; serve warrants and subpoenas; interview victims and witnesses; interrogate suspects; process crime scenes for evidence; process and transport prisoners; investigate crimes and prepare comprehensive written reports; testify in court; present cases for prosecution to the District Attorney’s office; speak before public groups on job related topics and provide othe
Circulation Supervisor (Eligibility List)