During these tough economic times, people are looking for stable employment. If you are one of these folks, you should be looking for Police Jobs. Law enforcement jobs can provide you with stability, a solid retirement, and a great paycheck. You will also earn the respect of the community you serve.

When looking for police jobs, there are certain things you can do to help your chances. There are not always police openings. Police departments open up positions depending on the rate of attrition and new openings. When positions are available, you can usually find them in the Sunday paper’s employment section under "Government." Most of the police job positions are lumped together in this section and the advertisements will include, starting pay, requirements, and police application procedures.

Before you apply you need to make sure you meet all the Police Officer Requirements. Usually these involve a clean driving record, no prior felony arrests or for any form of moral turpitude or perjury, a clean credit history, passing polygraph and psychological examinations, a clean bill of health, and a successful general background check. Before you apply, you should ask if any blemishes on your record will disqualify you. You don’t want to spent time and effort on a position you will not be able to get.

Police Jobs will always be available, because machines will never be able to replace police officers. You can’t get hired; however, until you start the process, so start filling out those police officer applications today and try to land one of the best positions out there!