Police Officer (Lateral)
Fremont Police Department - Fremont, California
Jul 18, 2019
- Application Deadline:
- Dec 31, 2021
- Lateral Transfer:
- $110,845 annual
- Top Pay:
- $134,763 annual
The City of Fremont is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer Lateral in the Fremont Police Department.
As a peace officer, you will have the extraordinary privilege of a career of service, substance, and honor.
Example of duties as an Officer: Patrol for the prevention of crime and the enforcement of laws and regulations; investigate and prepare reports on accidents, offenses and damage to property; prepare reports on arrests and property impounded; make arrests, issue citations, and give verbal warnings; intervene in private or public disputes to protect the public and maintain order; other duties as assigned
Police Officer: $9,237 - $11,230 monthly / $110,845 —$134,763 annually - base pay
- One hour paid on-duty workout each shift, full cross-fit gym with treadmills and bikes and a basketball court
- Full locker rooms, towel service and access to on-site trainer. 24/7 micro market on-site. One hour paid on duty lunch.
- Prime Schedule: 4 days on, 4 days off- rotating schedule
- CalPERS retirement plan, PEPRA 2.7@57, Classic 3@55
- 104 hours of annual holiday pay, paid vacation starts at 120 hours annually, 200 hour maximum
- $2,280 monthly City contribution towards medical and dental. Vision provided through FPA
- Eligible to receive up to a maximum of $580 per month in taxable cash for money not used or in lieu of purchasing medical benefits
- $50k City paid life insurance
- $1,750 annual uniform allowance ($500 for first year)
- Longevity pay, bilingual pay, educational incentive pay, POST incentive pay, specialist pay, and opportunities for overtime
- *Lateral applicants annual salary will be negotiated at time of hire.
- Age: 20.5
- Education: High school diploma or the equivalent
- Experience: Currently employed as a Police Officer or Deputy Sheriff by a California law enforcement agency. Must have passed field training or jail training program with current agency.
- Successful completion of a POST approved field training or jail training program
- Currently employed as a Police Officer or Deputy Sheriff by a California law enforcement agency
FPD Recruitment Team