Police Officer: Lateral, Academy Graduate & Academy Attendee
$39.65 - $48.15 Hourly
$3,436.00 - $4,173.00 Semi-Monthly
$82,464.00 - $100,152.00 Annually
|Location:||City of Monterey, California|
The City of Monterey Police Department
in an idyllic setting on the Pacific coast, the City of Monterey's
historic character, natural beauty, and unique attractions have
enabled it to become a quality residential community as well as one
of the nation's premier tourist destinations. Committed to
integrity, professionalism and loyalty, the Monterey Police
Department strives to be a model organization. The Department's
highest priority is to ensure that the community remains a safe
haven, allowing residents and visitors alike to enjoy a high quality
Applications will be accepted on a continuous basis until a
sufficient number of qualified applications have been received or
until the position has been filled. This recruitment may close at
any time without notice.
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Currently Recruiting Laterals, Academy Graduates & Academy Attendees
must attach a copy of your California P.O.S.T. Basic Certificate,
your Basic Course Waiver, or proof of completion of the P.O.S.T.
Requalification process to your online application to be considered
to move forward in this recruitment.
must attach a copy of your graduation certificate from a Basic
P.O.S.T. Academy or proof of completion of the P.O.S.T.
Requalification Process to your online application to be considered
for this recruitment.
must attach proof of enrollment at a Basic P.O.S.T. Academy to your
online application in order to begin the recruitment process. Prior
to any conditional job offer you will need to submit a copy of your
graduation certificate from a Basic P.O.S.T Academy.
|Examples of Duties:|
|Patrols an assigned area in radio car, motorcycle, or on foot for the prevention of crime and the enforcement of laws and regulations; responds to radio messages or telephone instructions and appears at scene of disorder or crime as assigned; conducts preliminary or follow-up investigations of prowlers, burglaries, thefts, robberies, deaths, accidents, and other disturbances; directs traffic, including regulation of vehicle flow, at times of emergency or congestion; stops drivers who are operating vehicles in violation of laws and issues citations; investigates accidents; renders first aid as necessary; enforces City ordinances on abandoned cars; does follow-up investigation on hit-run accidents; collects and preserves evidence; testifies in court in connection with criminal prosecution; attends fire scenes to assist in the protection of life and property; serves warrants and subpoenas; operates radio-telephone equipment at headquarters or in a patrol vehicle; occasionally relieves a superior officer and acts for him; supervises the custody of prisoners; fingerprints, photographs and books prisoners; assists in receiving, searching, booking, fingerprinting and supervising prisoners; answers inquiries; keeps records and prepares reports; when assigned, operates a motorcycle in traffic enforcement or a bicycle or all terrain vehicle when assigned to the Community Action Team; conducts preliminary and final investigations.|