and Albuquerque Police Officer and you will receive:
potential to earn an excess of $87,000 as a patrolman, (averaged from
the top 50 earning patrol officers)
Ten paid holidays and 100 hours of vacation a year!
The opportunity to earn 150 hours of compensation.
90-percent of your top five years pay with the ability to retire after
25 years of dedicated service.
The opportunity to work in 30 different specialized units.
will pay you $5,000 for joining one of the best law enforcement agencies
in the country. Just successfully complete our academy and on-the-job
training and the hiring bonus is yours!
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be 21 years of age by graduation from the academy.
have a valid driver's license and obtain a New Mexico driver's
license within 30 days of your hire date.
be a United States citizen.
felony convictions. Criminal activity in which applicant has been
convicted of, pled guilty to, or entered a plea of nolo contendre to
any felony charge, been involved in any prosecution diversion
program (PPP) as adjudicated for a felony crime committed will be
permanently disqualified. Felony arrests will be evaluated on a
case by case basis.
misdemeanor convictions within the last 3 years from the date of
initial testing. Candidates who within 3 years preceding their
written test date, have been convicted of, pled guilty to, or
entered a plea of nolo contendre to any violation of federal law,
state law, or local ordinance that would be classified as a
misdemeanor crime, will be disqualified until the appropriate time
passes (does not include minor traffic violations). Misdemeanor
arrests will be evaluated on a case by case basis.
DWI convictions within the last five years from the date of initial
testing, whether from an administrative sanction by a Motor Vehicle
Department, criminal conviction, or military disciplinary action.
Multiple DWIs in the most recent 10 year period disqualifies an
individual as an applicant. (Multiple is defined as 2 or more DWIs).
DWI arrests will be evaluated on a case by case basis.
applicant cannot have been convicted of a Domestic Violence Act.
Domestic related arrests will be reviewed on a case by case basis.
use in the last 3 years of any illegal drug that would amount to a
misdemeanor crime if found in possession (includes marijuana).
use in the last 5 years of any illegal drug that would amount to a
felony crime if found in possession (includes felony prescription
have 60 credit hours from an accredited college or university
(minimum 2.0 GPA). College credit requirement will be waived if you
have 3 years active military service and an honorable discharge
(general discharge will be considered case by case) as stipulated on
not be in collections for an amount over $500.
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