PUBLIC SAFETY DEPUTY - LATERAL
This position is open to applicants who currently hold SFO or LEO Certifications from Utah POST and have a minimum of one year experience
$24.90 - $33.56 Hourly DOE
The Public Safety Bureau is responsible for a wide variety of law enforcement functions across the Salt Lake Valley. Deputies transition between law enforcement and client focused community policing as situations demand. This position is both challenging and rewarding; duties include:
Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office provides a comprehensive benefits package:
Work locations are at various County Facilities and 3rd District Court
"I became first generation law enforcement in my family and as soon as I got a taste of what it was, I was hooked. In fact, it was the ONLY thing I have ever done for work that I didn't wake up on the morning dreading. I actually loved it and that was something that I had never experienced with a job before. I found so much value and fulfilment in it. The training is amazing. I learned and grew so much in the academy and have continued throughout my career. The people I work with are examples to me of the type of person I want to work around and want to be. With more I experience, I discovered the most rewarding thing for me in any career. To have the tools, resources and training to be able to make a significant impact in someone's life, even as far as to save someone's life. That is more rewarding and fulfilling to me than anything I have experienced before. I am so thankful for the chance I took on working for the Salt Lake County Sheriffs Office. I am also thankful for the chance they took on me." - a current Salt Lake County Deputy
Must be SFO or LEO certified and have a minimum of one year experience
Must possess a valid Utah Driver's license at time of hire
Must have a high school diploma or equivalent (GED)
Must not have any disqualifying criminal history. Details can be found on Utah Department of Public Safety's website.
Must be free of any physical, emotional, or mental condition that might adversely affect the performance of the applicant's duties as a peace officer.