Have you ever dreamed of becoming a police officer? You can become a cop and get paid while you learn the job!

The City Of Superior is hiring candidates to become police officers. They are now accepting applications and hope people will consider joining their team. The Superior Police Department is also hiring police officers from other departments and will offer lateral pay and benefits commensurate with their years of service.

Superior Police Department cop car in Superior, WI
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Some of the opportunities that come with being a police officer include:

  • Dive Team
  • Tactical Technology Team
  • Emergency Response Team
  • Mountain Bike Patrol
  • Motorcycle Patrol
  • UTV Patrol

Also, as a police officer, you'll have access to the in-house fitness center, and time during your shift to work out. You also can take home your squad with you, and there is a uniform allowance.

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19 Week Police Academy

Entry-level officers and those people without law enforcement experience will go through "top-notch" training at a 19-week police academy. After completing the academy, officers will do 14-16 weeks of field training with an experienced officer.

What does it pay?

The salary for a police officer in the city of Superior is $29.39 - 34.28 per hour. Officers work 12-hour shifts, 4 days on and 4 days off with built-in overtime.

Written Exam + Physical Readiness Test

Candidates must take a written exam on Monday, January 8th or Tuesday, January 9th. A physical readiness test and interviews will occur on Saturday, January 20.

You can apply online and find more information on the hiring process. You can also find more information on the benefits package the police department offers.