Join the highly respected San Francisco Police Department and serve the citizens of one of the most beautiful cities in the world. From Fisherman’s Wharf to Golden Gate Park and from Nob Hill to the Tenderloin, whether we’re on foot patrol, horseback, or in squad cars, responding to emergencies or leading classes on public safety, we’d love to work with you in keeping our community safe.
Do you feel a calling to help protect your community? Are you dedicated to integrity, customer service and keeping San Francisco safe? The San Francisco Police Department is constantly seeking civilian professionals at all levels who are seeking a career with law enforcement. From forensic scientists, to accountants, to IT engineers, to administrative assistants, to C-Suite positions, SFPD is the place for a long (and exciting) career.
The San Francisco Police Department is seeking individuals that possess a current Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) certificate and have two years of patrol experience to consider joining the premier law enforcement agency in one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
Are you interested in taking the first step in discovering an exciting career within the San Francisco Police Department? The San Francisco Police Reserve Unit is seeking qualified community members who meet the standards necessary to become a San Francisco Police Reserve. The San Francisco Police Department invites you to consider a second career to serve and protect in a world class city in the uniform of a world class police department.
The San Francisco Police Department Cadet program is designed to provide a service for the City of San Francisco, the Police Department and the Community that it serves. A Police Cadet is considered a future leader in the community. The goals of the Police Cadet program are to expose men and women to the various aspects of police work in order to prepare them for a career in law enforcement.
Every two or three years, for five business days, we recruit a special class of employees known as community police services aides. We currently employ about 220 of these aides and about 20 community police services aide supervisors.