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Community Service Officer

Community Service Officers (CSOs) are traditionally applicants who are looking towards law enforcement as a viable career path, and waiting to meet the requirements to apply to the Police Academy.

The CSO program allows the employee to gain valuable, practical experience, while earning a salary.

CSOs will gain experience by performing the following services:

  • Investigating traffic crashes

  • Preparing and issuing Uniform Traffic Citations for non-criminal violations

  • Responding to and handling abandoned vehicles

  • Assisting and transporting stranded motorists

  • Performing traffic related duties

  • Responding to illegally parked cars

  • Handling substation duties

  • Acting as Crossing Guards

  • Assisting in the search of missing persons

  • Handling special events where large crowds and traffic issues may cause a problem

QUALIFICATIONS
  • Be at least 18-years of age

  • Be a citizen of the United States of America

  • Must possess a valid Florida driver’s license

  • Applicants must have a High School diploma or GED equivalent

  • Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs.

  • Be in good physical condition

  • Must be able to run a mile in under 12 minutes

  • Be of good moral character

  • NOT HAVE TATTOOS above the collarbone (e.g., neck, face, or behind the ear) or below the wrist (e.g., hands, fingers)

  • NOT HAVE received a dishonorable discharge from any of the Armed Forces

  • NOT HAVE been convicted of any felony

  • NOT HAVE been convicted of a misdemeanor involving false statement, perjury or domestic violence

Becoming a CSO is a terrific opportunity for people starting their career in law enforcement.

If launching a career with great responsibility, many challenges, and serving your community appeals to you, then we have the job for you as a CSO.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

SALARY

New hire CSOs receive a salary of $27,444 annually. After a probationary period, Community Service Officers receive an annual salary of $28,816.

BENEFITS

This position includes a full benefits package.


For more information please email JSORecruiter@jaxsheriff.org or call 904.713.4870.

Important Information (November 9, 2018): We apologize for the inconvenience, but we are temporarily having issues accepting applications from yahoo.com email addresses. We ask that you please use a different email address while the issue is being addressed. Thank you!
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