Website City of Glendale
A Reserve Police Officer is a citizen volunteer who serves the community through a devotion of valuable time and effort toward a common goal: creating a safer community. Reserve Police Officers wear the same uniform and perform the same duties regular Police Officers, but on a part-time volunteer basis. Reserve Police Officers receive compensation for court appearances; specific assignments approved by the Office of the Chief of Police and may be eligible for a uniform allowance on a scheduled basis. Reserve Police Officers are a valuable resource to both the community and the Glendale Police Department.
- Participates in pre-academy and actual Police training academy in preparation to perform the following essential functions performed by Police Officers:
- Responds to calls for service regarding accidents, emergencies, crimes, threats, altercations and/or requests for aid.
- Provides information and assistance to the public and promotes good public relations.
- Administers first aid to injured persons.
- Interviews, interrogates and records statements from witnesses, suspects and victims.
- Identifies relevant facts and prepares written reports on incidents and cases assigned.
- Promote community-based policing programs that emphasize collaborative problem solving efforts between law enforcement and the community.
- Apprehends suspects by driving safely at high speeds, chasing suspects on foot, climbing over obstacles, physically subduing suspects and utilizing self-defense techniques.
- Enforces traffic laws, directs traffic, issues citations and warnings. Investigates accidents and accident scenes. Investigates matters involving juveniles, reports of child neglect and juvenile delinquency.
- Refers juveniles to the appropriate authorities.
- High school graduation or GED or CHSPE equivalent.
- Knowledge and/or use of Personal Computers.
Company: City of Glendale
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Functions: Administrative
Job Location: Glendale, CA, US
Application Deadline: N/A