A career that that one can definitely push their careers further.
City of Trenton (Former Employee) – Trenton, NJ – July 14, 2017
A typical day I arrive at room call 9:30 pm and start my shift at 10 pm until 8 am or 12 pm all depends on the day....My partner and I check our Police vehicle making sure lights and sirens working properly.We respond to different quality of life assignment.Report weiting,making arrests giving motorist motor vehicle summons.
● Carry out specific job duties on a regular basis. ● Patrolling designated areas. ● Enforcing laws. ● Respond to emergency calls. ● Arresting individuals suspected of committing crimes. ● Issuing citations. ● Testifying in court and conducting traffic stops. ● Complete reports and fill out forms regarding incidents.
Assistant (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – May 5, 2017
Working at the police department was a good experience because it made me aware of how imporatant it is to be on time . Which is essential to all jobs . It also made me aware that it important to be organized for future references.
Police Officer (Current Employee) – kragujevac – March 27, 2017
Work I do is very demanding in the police, especially when working as deputy head, where in addition to manage and organize their work, you are responsible for themselves and their safety and procedures. The hardest part of the job if another student is injured while performing their task, and the best part is I teamwork and successfully completed.
Free lunches, accommodation and air ticket from Belgrade, Serbia
Fell in love with each and every one there. High level of professionalism. Very close knit and family oriented. Developed a higher level of respect for law enforcement. Will always do what is in my power to back them up. Hardest part of the job is the potential negative outcome of a traffic stop or arrest. Domestic disturbance or EMS call
Rank of Sergeant, Duties Listed (Former Employee) – East Saint Louis, IL – November 29, 2016
Very positive place to work. Enjoy the point of helping people. Meeting people getting their problem worked out. I would get about 20 calls a day to assitt other officers. Also would learn how they work. the hardest part is advising a family about a death. See a smile when a FAMILY has found closer.
Intern (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – August 21, 2016
being an intern there was amazingly life changing. I was able to meet new people and also learn about the advantages and disadvantages of being an officer. I also learned different laws and how to practice my amendments when pulled over by a cop.
free lunch, new experience, met new people
having to be outside, taking alot of notes, barely get a break
School Safety Sergeant/Level lll Agent (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 1, 2016
Enjoy meeting new people everyday. lots of training. enjoying working with students and staff in a school. learn how work under pressure. you must put in a lot of overtime to see a good paycheck. work in every borough in new york city.
meeting new people and great benefits
no pay raise annually, must do a lot overtime. poor management
Very productive days/ learned to care for people and society/ great tem-work/ is not easy to ID bodies but, love the fiield since I was 5 yrs. old.
Police Officer (Former Employee) – PR – September 3, 2015
Very exciting place. I had a very supportive management. Very hard work but, very fulfilling and always protected the civilians and made a difference fighting crime and enforcing laws with justice, love and dignity. I had the opportunity to developed to the position of Lieutenant. Develop to be a Main Leader at my Police Department. Served for 33 yrs. with love and respect. I was always very dedicated. punctual, very diligent, responsible and always willing to run the extra mile. Willing to have schedule flexibility. The experience was the best one in my life.
Passion for the position, growth, great management and work-team.
Long hours and short staff no support system and not open to new ideas
Police Records Clerk (Former Employee) – City of Avondale – July 21, 2015
A typical day at work is 7am to 6pm non-stop customer calls, complaints and order of protections. I learned the A.R.S. codes for police citations and accidents. Management is horrible. They are not open to new ideas or change. They do not believe in being customer service oriented nor do they believe in asking for help. Management is terrible. I've never experienced a high volume of gossip and sarcasm in any job than at the Police Department. Management likes to talk badly about their employees to other co-workers. Co-workers were lazy and not productive. The hardest part of the job was the long hours and everyday load of work was to much for one person to complete, there was always holdovers of never ending scanning and data entry. The most enjoyable part of the job was working side by side with the Police Officers. They worked so hard and were so very kind to the public and to their co-workers.
Summer at Youth Enrichment Program (Former Employee) – Lanham, MD – June 12, 2015
-Filing, Typing, and answering phone calls. -I learned about the requirements of the police academy. -I had one co-worker. -I had the opportunity to meet new people. -The job was great because it gave me the opportunity to be in a new environment.
opportunity to meet police officers and learn new information