The pay range for new, probationary Police Officers is $54,745.60 to $55,848.00.
As a Police Officer, you will provide for public safety by maintaining order, responding to emergencies, protecting people and property, promoting good community relations and patrolling assigned area to prevent crime; enforce laws, ordinances and traffic regulations, control crowds, and arrest violators. You may also perform specialized police activities such as criminal investigations including interviewing witnesses, crime victims and suspects.
- Uphold the highest standards of conduct and customer service while serving and protecting our community and taking measures to prevent crime
- Enforce University ordinances and regulations and State and Federal laws
- Patrol campus areas for crime prevention, parking and traffic control and issue citations
- Obtain and serve warrants, subpoenas and other court documents
- Identify, apprehend and arrest suspects
- Testify in criminal, civil and administrative hearings
- Associate’s degree or equivalent combination of education, experience and training
- Completion of a State of Michigan accredited police academy training program or waiver of training
- MCOLES licensed and certified or currently in the police academy upon applying
- Ability to pass an extensive background investigation