assist regular patrol officers with various lower-risk tasks, such as picking up statements, outside perimeter security at police incidents, transporting and tagging property, and providing support at major events and emergencies.
A full-time workweek for temporary full-time Community Safety Personnel consists of four days of 11-hour shifts, followed by four days off. The shifts rotate between 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., 2 p.m. to 1 a.m., and 7 p.m. to 6 a.m.
Auxiliary Community Safety Personnel generally work 8-hour shifts and/or may follow the same rotating shift as those who are temporary full-time, based on operational need. They may also participate in projects, where shifts vary in length.
The starting hourly rate for Community Safety Personnel is $24.72. You receive pay raises by increments, with a top current rate of $28.96 per hour.
- paid training
- uniforms and uniform cleaning supplied
- access to gym facilities
- 12% – 16% in lieu of benefits
- full-time Community Safety Personnel receive medical and dental benefits and annual leave