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Criminal Justice Jobs: Phoenix Police Reserves

If you want to gain the experience needed for a career in law enforcement, then the Phoenix Police Reserves may be a good option.


Criminal Justice Jobs: Phoenix Police Reserves
Thursday, September 19, 2013  5 - 6:30 p.m.
Room L1-12/20
ASU Student Center @ the Post Office

AndrewPellistriA great way to get the law enforcement experience you need to get a job after graduation is by volunteering. The Phoenix Police Reserves actively recruits CRJ students. You must in good physical shape, have 20/20 vision with or without glasses and be at least 20 years old when applying and 21 prior to completing the academy. CRJ senior Andrew Pellistri (far right, front) graduated from the academy in July 2013 and was sworn in as a full authority police officer. Besides gaining valuable experience, Phoenix Reserves training officer Sargent James Ward said there is another reason why students should consider joining the reserves. The Department recently hired its first batch of police officers in five years. All of them were reserve officers.

 “If your long term goal is to be a career law enforcement officer, then you have the ability to come on with us,” said Ward. “Then every time Phoenix has an opening, they pull from the reserves only.”

Ward and other officers from the Phoenix Police Reserves unit will visit the School Thursday, September 19 from 5 to 6:30 p.m. to talk with students interested in volunteering. The event will be held at the ASU Downtown Student Center @ the Post Office, 522 North Central Avenue.

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