Police Officer Trainee

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TRAIN TO BECOME A CITY OF MOBILE POLICE OFFICER! Paid Training. Ride Along Program available. Law enforcement is a career choice with many rewards. It's a stable job with good pay and outstanding benefits. As a metropolitan police force of nearly 500 officers, the Mobile Police Department offers a wide range of work experience from traditional patrol work to highly specialized assignments. It's a family-friendly work schedule. On the job, patrol officers work 12-hour shifts. By working two rather than three shifts in a 24-hour day, officers end up working a total of seven out of 14 days and are scheduled a three-day weekend every two weeks. The level of training at the Mobile Police Department is high to assure that our officers can meet the demands of the job. Course work covers the gamut of law enforcement work: civil and criminal law, traffic law, physical training, driving instruction, weapons training, combat training, defensive tactics and much more. The Mobile Police Department has met the stringent requirements of accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. We are looking for a responsible Police Officer Trainee to train to maintain law and order, protect members of the public and their properties, prevent crime and improve citizens' quality of life. The goal is to achieve community safety and crime reduction. Responsibilities Deter crimes and assure community through high-visibility policing Patrol assigned areas and monitor activities to protect people/property Investigate crimes and apprehend suspected law violators Observe and respond to various situations or emergencies Follow rules, guidelines and protocols Conduct initial investigations Gather evidence and ensure successful prosecutions Produce internal reports and provide feedback on case status Deal with case paperwork and administrative procedures Foster good public relationships and liaise with community groups or individuals Coordinate operations with other emergency services Attend and provide evidence in court Skills Knowledge and skills of law enforcement principles and practices Adequate interpersonal and communication skills Ability to build effective working relationships Sound judgement along with effective deci
TRAIN TO BECOME A CITY OF MOBILE POLICE OFFICER! Paid Training. Ride Along Program available. Law enforcement is a career choice with many rewards. It's a stable job with good pay and outstanding benefits. As a metropolitan police force of nearly 500 officers, the Mobile Police Department offers a wide range of work experience from traditional patrol work to highly specialized assignments. It's a family-friendly work schedule. On the job, patrol officers work 12-hour shifts. By working two rather than three shifts in a 24-hour day, officers end up working a total of seven out of 14 days and are scheduled a three-day weekend every two weeks. The level of training at the Mobile Police Department is high to assure that our officers can meet the demands of the job. Course work covers the gamut of law enforcement work: civil and criminal law, traffic law, physical training, driving instruction, weapons training, combat training, defensive tactics and much more. The Mobile Police Department has met the stringent requirements of accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. We are looking for a responsible Police Officer Trainee to train to maintain law and order, protect members of the public and their properties, prevent crime and improve citizens' quality of life. The goal is to achieve community safety and crime reduction. Responsibilities Deter crimes and assure community through high-visibility policing Patrol assigned areas and monitor activities to protect people/property Investigate crimes and apprehend suspected law violators Observe and respond to various situations or emergencies Follow rules, guidelines and protocols Conduct initial investigations Gather evidence and ensure successful prosecutions Produce internal reports and provide feedback on case status Deal with case paperwork and administrative procedures Foster good public relationships and liaise with community groups or individuals Coordinate operations with other emergency services Attend and provide evidence in court Skills Knowledge and skills of law enforcement principles and practices Adequate interpersonal and communication skills Ability to build effective working relationships Sound judgement along with effective deci
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