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Police Officer Trainee
This is a Continuous Recruitment
Equivalent to completion of the twelfth grade.
60 units of credit from an accredited college or two years of Military Service in lieu of college is desirable.
The Milpitas Police Department is a full service department, with 110 employees (86 sworn). The department provides public safety to 71,000 residents in a 14.5 square mile urban area. A wide variety of services include a SWAT Team, K-9 Unit, Crime Prevention Unit, Detective Bureau, and Traffic Safety Unit. Most officers work a 4-10 plan.
The City of Lincoln is hiring for the position of Police Officer (Lateral/Academy Graduate) within the Police Department. This recruitment is open-continuous, interested applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. Applications will be screened and candidates notified of their status intermittently.
Come join the City of Foster City Police Department. The City of Foster City provides you with a supportive City Council and community, responsible government, and family atmosphere at the heart of the San Mateo Peninsula. The Foster City Police Department has 39 sworn and 15 civilian positions. The Foster City Police Department offers a variety of assignments such as Motors, SWAT, Detectives, Youth Services, and K9 to promote your personal and professional development. The Department philosophy is to provide:
The City of Saint Helena is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. The Police Officer is required to perform a full scope of assigned law enforcement duties and responsibilities under general supervision. Police Officers are expected to work various shifts including day, swing, graveyard, and weekends. Currently Police Officers are working a 12-hour schedule.
The following duties are considered essential for this position:
The City of Redwood City invites applications for the volunteer position of Reserve Police Officer. The Redwood City Police Department offers many opportunities for learning and long-term career growth in a city comprised of diverse residential and business communities. The objective for every Redwood City Officer is to protect life and property, proactively reduce crime and the fear of crime through the use of data-driven policing models, with an overarching operational philosophy of community policing as part of their mission to maintain a safe and connected community.