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Glendale Police Recruitment - Reserve Officer

The Glendale Police Department’s Reserve Division is comprised of Arizona residents who volunteer their time performing general law enforcement functions for the citizens of Glendale. Officers come from a broad professional background, yet share a common interest in police work and volunteerism.

Interested citizens must complete the testing process and general qualifications as they are the same for all sworn positions, whether full-time or volunteer.  Successful applicants will attend more than 650 hours of classes at an AZPOST certified law enforcement training academy.

Upon graduation from the academy, officers begin a two-year field training program leading to solo-officer/car-commander status. Reserve officers are required to maintain specific in-service training standards designed to keep them abreast of the latest trends in law and enforcement techniques along with other professional proficiencies.

Reserve officers are required to work no less than 16 hours per month, as averaged each quarter, to maintain uniform allowance. Most officers volunteer an average of 24-40 hours per month working uniformed patrol, criminal investigations or special-assignment tasks for the department based on aptitude and skills.

Minimum Qualifications for Recruit Reserves

  • High school graduate or equivalent

Minimum Qualifications for Lateral Officer Reserves

  • High school graduate or equivalent
  • Applicant must have completed an AZPOST certified law enforcement training academy and the requirements of a Police Officer Trainee.

Special Requirements for Recruit and Lateral Reserves

  • Must be at least 21 years of age at the time of graduation from the an AZPOST certified law enforcement training academy
  • Must be an AZPOST Certified Peace Officer in good standing with AZPOST or have the ability to obtain AZPOST Police Officer Certification
  • Applicants must have an Arizona Class D operator’s license at the time of appointment 

Benefits

  • Reserve Officer Program tuition paid
  • Uniform Allowance
  • Customary Officer Equipment
  • Ability to Work Off-Duty

The Glendale Police Department’s Reserve Officers attend Glendale Community College’s GCCLETA Academy. Click on the link below for additional information. http://www.gccaz.edu/justice/leo/files/acadmain.html

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