The Police Cadet position is an opportunity within the University of Texas Police Department-Houston to attend and satisfactorily complete the University of Texas System Police Academy, qualifying for commissioning as a peace officer of The University of Texas System.
The Cadet is responsible for successfully fulfilling the academic, physical, and practical requirements of the Basic Training School of The University of Texas System Police Academy.
The University of Texas System Police Academy is located about 30 minutes from downtown Austin, Texas.
The next Basic Training School will be held January
Minimum: $38,800 Midpoint: $49,500 Maximum: $60,200
Participates in and satisfactorily completes the physical training program, firearms training, defensive tactics program, practical problem solving and academic blocks of instruction.
Attends class and maintains comprehensive notebooks of subjects covered in class.
Prepares research papers.
Completes homework assignments.
Complies with assignments, policies, procedures, directives and instructions given by the Director of Police or the Police Academy staff.
Complies with policies of respective component institutions relating to the Cadet's status and attendance at the Academy.
Adheres to The University of Texas System Police Code of Conduct and to the Rules and Regulations promulgated by the Board of Regents of The University of Texas System.
Adheres to rules and regulations promulgated by the Board of Regents, University of Texas System, and applicable state law.
Ensures that academic integrity, both individually/personally and as a member of a class, is continuously maintained.
Other Duties as Assigned
Emergency recall and/or may be required to remain onsite or work extended hours during man-made or natural disasters and unusual occurrences on campus.
Local or long distance travel may be required for training or other business purposes occasionally.
Required: High school diploma or equivalent.
Must be a U.S. Citizen per the Texas Administrative Code
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