Law Enforcement Jobs

Police Agent (Recruit & Lateral) – 59K

We are looking for Lateral candidates or students who will have obtained their Bachelor’s degree by January 2019 and are interested in a career in law enforcement.
The nationally recognized and accredited City of Lakewood Police Department is now accepting applications for the expected January 2019 Academy. Applications will be accepted through the City’s website until May 28, 2018. The City of Lakewood offers excellent compensation and benefits. (New Recruits will be paid during their training, which includes a 24-week academy and 16 weeks of field training.)

Salary Information:
$59,571.20 annually – Starting Pay when hired into Academy
$63,585.60 annually – Increase effective upon successful completion of Police Academy and entry in to Field Training.
$67,849.60 annually – Increase effective upon successful completion of Field Training
$72,404.80 annually – Increase after 2 years of hire and upon successful completion of Probationary Period
$77,334.40 annually – Increase after 3 years from date of hire as Police Recruit. Lateral hire starting pay.
$82,492.80 annually – Increase after 4 years from date of hire as Police Recruit.
$88,774.40 annually – Increase after 5 years from date of hire as Police Recruit. (This is our top step for Police Agents, salary is studied annually and adjusted accordingly.)

Job Summary Description
In an entry or lateral capacity, performs Police Officer duties, including but not limited to communicating information, dealing with critical and dangerous situations, safely driving in routine and emergency situations, affecting arrests, transporting arrestees, gathering information from victims, witnesses and suspects, handling firearms with proficiency and safety, working a rotating shift.

Chief of Staff, Department of Safety

The Chief of Staff of the Department of Public Safety will be a key member in the Department’s executive leadership team. This leader will plan and direct all administrative, financial and operational activities for the department’s executive director. Additionally, this individual will be expected to provide oversight and guidance to projects of high importance.

Deputy District Attorney

Boulder County invites interested individuals to submit applications for the role of Deputy District Attorney I for the 20th Judicial District. In this role, the Deputy District Attorney will perform legal duties in the prosecution of county court criminal cases.

The 20th Judicial District Attorney is an elected state official, whose office prosecutes adult and juvenile criminal charges, serves as an advisor to Boulder County law enforcement agencies, provides aid to victims and witnesses, appears before and advises grand juries and pursues remedies for consumer fraud on behalf of individual residents of Boulder County.

This is a full-time, benefited position with Boulder County. Work hours are Monday through Friday, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. The Deputy District Attorney will work out of both Longmont and Boulder District Attorney offices. Under FLSA guidelines, this position is exempt. from overtime.

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