Police Officer - Baltimore Police Department
Baltimore Police Department
You’ll respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for service and promote the safety of the public and of fellow police officers.
$55,117 - $95,325 a year
1 day ago
Secret Service Federal Police Officer
United States Secret Service
Providing protection for The White House Complex, The Vice President's Residence, The Main Treasury Building and Annex, and foreign diplomatic missions and…
$61,796 - $106,302 a year
Class 1 Police Officer
Town of Kingstree
Qualified applicants must have a South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy Class 1 Certification, a high school diploma or possess a GED, and be at least 21 years…
Estimated: $35,000 - $48,000 a year
Police Officer - VA DCJS LEO certification required
Henrico Police Department
Complete and successfully pass all levels of the police officer selection process. Graduate of a Virginia DCJS certified police training academy.
$51,913 - $95,496 a year
9 days ago
Police Officer - Washington, DC
United States Capitol Police
Training will be provided as part of the mandatory basic training for police officers. The Initial Assessment Phase measures a candidate's skills, ability, and…
EXPERIENCED POLICE OFFICER PRE-TRAINED/LATERAL
Stallion Springs Police Department
Operation of police equipment and tools including firearms. Part-time officers do not receive any above mentioned benefits. Geography of the area assigned.
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