TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT AGENTS - NYPD
Keeping the streets of New York City safe and moving .
As a recognized leader in crime reduction, NYPD offers Civilian Opportunities where you can build your career and learn law enforcement from the best in the industry. As a NYPD Traffic Enforcement Agent you will perform a variety of duties related to traffic enforcement. When required, an agent issues summonses to illegally parked vehicles, directs traffic at an intersection, testifies at administrative hearing offices and court, prepares required reports, and may operate a motor vehicle. Traffic Enforcement Agents at assignment level III are required to operate a tow truck. At all assignment levels, personnel may be required to work nights, weekends, and holidays.
To qualify you MUST meet the following qualification:
Possess a High School diploma or GED
Meet certain physical and medical requirements prior to appointment, including drug/alcohol screening and psychological assessment.
Must possess a Driver's License valid in the State of New York. Candidates for assignment level III must possess a towing endorsement in addition to regular license.
Candidates must be NYC residents (5 boroughs) within 90 days of appointment.
Be 18 years of age at time of appointment.
Pay $75 for Fingerprint investigation
Serve your community in a unique and rewarding way and earn a good salary with generous medical and retirement benefits.
- Level I $29,217 ($33,600 after 2 years)
Base salaries are increased by night shift differential, uniform allowance, holiday pay and overtime (overtime is never guaranteed).
- Level II $36,210
- Level III $39,911
- Level IV $40,576
Advancement opportunities exist both within the Traffic Enforcement Agent title series and through promotion to non-civilian status as a Police Officer, if you meet the educational requirements.
The first step is to take the exam: The test is available at the NYC Testing Centers. For more information visit: www.nypdtrafficagentjobs.com
Proof of Identity: Under the Immigration reform act of 1986, you must be able to prove your identity and your right to obtain employment prior to employment with the city of New York.
NYPD is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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