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Police Officer

Part Time
Posted 2 years ago
Updated: March 24th, 2022
Salary : $20.00 - $29.99 / hourly
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(907) 826-3275
Contact Name: City of Craig HR

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Responds to emergency calls for Police, Fire and EMS services.  Responds to calls for service and assistance.  Enforces local, state and federal law.  Effects lawful arrests of suspected criminals by taking them into physical custody, conducts investigations of alleged or suspected criminal activity in response to complaints received or information developed in the course of assigned activities.  Completes written reports, conducts interviews and testifies at court proceedings.


Part Time

Three months to six months of work, flexible on start times and length of time. Possible could lead to full time employment.


  • Acting within the confines of the law, enforce Federal, State, and local laws in an even-handed and fair manner, without regard to race, creed, social standing, economic class, political or religious purpose.
  • Interprets laws, their meaning and purpose.
  • Patrols within the city limits and actively searches for violators of the law.
  • Arrests violators of the law or gives “warnings” as appropriate to the circumstances according to general guidelines provided by superior officers.
  • Investigates traffic accidents and reports violations of the law.
  • Locates and interviews witnesses, collects evidence and writes detailed reports, accurately describing an incident or crime
  • Through patrol and other crime prevention programs, prevents the commission of crime.
  • Looks for and anticipates potential public safety hazards, so that they may be eliminated or minimized.
  • Performs routine patrol tasks such as business and residential security checks.
  • Responds to emergencies and renders aid and assistance to victims; protects life and property.
  • Responds to the public safety needs of the community and its citizens.
  • Develops rapport with other law enforcement officers that enhances the free flow of information and cooperation.
  • Forms positive relations with the community that inspire voluntary cooperation and respect for the department’s law enforcement and crime prevention programs.
  • Performs related tasks as assigned.


  • Must be at least 21 years of age.
  • Valid Alaska driver’s license or ability to obtain one within 90 days of hire.
  • Computer skills, experience working with public, problem solving skills are preferred.

Education and/or Experience

  • Must have a high school diploma or equivalent.
  • Must meet APSC Standards.
  • Good working knowledge of Federal, State and Local laws as they pertain to the enforcement of the law.


  • Annual Leave
  • Sick Leave
  • Holiday Pay
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Workers’ Compensation Insurance