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Department, city, state

Position: Patrol | Type: Entry

Application Status: Open

March 16, 2023

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Recruiter Name:

Yavonne Ikram

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Department Info:


  • Pay starts at $50,024.00 per year ($24.05 per hour). Officers  are eligible for a merit raise after their first 6 months, and again  after the next 6 months or at the end of their probation period.  Experienced officers may start at a higher rate of pay.

  • Governor  Ron DeSantis is providing a signing bonus of up to $5,000 to newly  employed law enforcement officers in Florida through the creation of the  Florida Law Enforcement Recruitment Bonus Payment Program (All defined  in House Bill 3).

  • Take-home vehicles for eligible full-time  officers after completing Field Training (FTO). Take-home vehicles are  considered a privilege and not an automatic fringe benefit or right.

  • 12 paid holidays per year.

  • Retirement  in the form of Municipal Police Retirement Plan. Up to 90% of pay for  full retirement. Officer contributes 7.95% per pay period.

  • Payroll deduction available for 457 Deferred Retirement Plan, bank or credit union savings, and loans.

  • Opportunity to learn all phases of police work, specialized units, and investigations.

  • Promotions are based on competitive examination, service record, and demonstrated abilities.

  • Complete uniforms with laundry service, shoes, firearm, and equipment, including protective vest, are provided.

  • Health and dental insurance are provided for officers; families may be added at a nominal cost.


  • Possess a current Law Enforcement Certificate issued by the Florida Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission.

  • Be at least 21 years of age.

  • Possess at least a High School Diploma, General Educational Development (GED) certificate, or equivalent.

  • Possess a valid Florida driver's license.

  • Be in good physical condition.

  • Be a United States Citizen (provide naturalization or birth certificate).

  • Be  of good moral character; no felony arrests; no misdemeanor convictions  involving moral character, perjury, or false statements.

  • If  applicable, possess an honorable discharge from any of the armed forces  of the United States (copy of all DD214s or other separation documents  required).

  • Successfully complete the selection/hiring process.

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