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Beverly Hills Department of Public Safety: Public Safety Officer Closing Date: January 31, 2023
July 11, 2022
Thank you for your interest in becoming a public safety officer with the Beverly Hills Department of Public Safety. The 4.5 square mile Village of Beverly Hills is located in the southeastern area of Oakland County and is home to approximately 10,500 permanent residents. Mostly residential, Beverly Hills contains a small commercial district and is bordered by Royal Oak, Birmingham, Southfield, Bloomfield Township and Bingham Farms. Beverly Hills is a fully consolidated public safety department, all officers being cross-trained to completely perform: police, fire, and Medical First Responder duties.
- Be 21 years of age
- Be a citizen of the United States
- Have a high school diploma or equivalent
- Have successfully completed at least 60 credit hours of college (60 sem / 90 qtr), which may be waivable with prior experience
- Pass a driving record review of the previous seven years
- Have successfully completed Michigan Commission of Law Enforcement on Law Enforcement Police Academy; and are certified or deemed certifiable as a police officer -OR- Have successfully completed the basic fire training curriculum at a Firefighter Training Council approved school, and successfully attained Firefighter’s Level II certification
- Must pass drug screen, physical, psychiatric exam and background investigation
- Have no felony charges or disqualifying misdemeanor charges
Salary Range: $62,758 - $84,301
12 Hour Shifts, plus a comprehensive benefits package including: Health, Dental, Vision, and 401K.
Submit Application to:
Deputy Chief Lee Davis
Opening Date: 7/11/2022
Closing Date: 1/31/2022
Beverly Hills Department of Public Safety
18600 West Thirteen Mile Road
Beverly Hills, MI 48025