TrainingLaw enforcement is a career choice with many rewards. As a metropolitan police force of more than 500 officers, the Mobile Police Department offers a wide range of work experience from traditional patrol work to highly specialized assignments.
Civilian Cadet ProgramIf you have strong character, initiative and a calling to service in your community, the Mobile Police Department is seeking young men and women with a high school diploma or its equivalent to serve in the Cadet Program.
Quality of LifeThe setting and opportunities of the city of Mobile are unique and highly desirable. Located at the foot of the Mobile River, the city offers abundant recreational opportunities.
Wages and BenefitsFor a starting police officer, wages vary according to level of education.
Residency RequirementsNew residents have 30 days after entering the state to obtain an Alabama Drivers License.
Application ProcessThe Mobile Police Department usually operates two Academy Classes per year. The application process starts at the Mobile County Personnel Board.
Code of EthicsAll sworn officers will abide by the following Law Enforcement Code of Ethics.
Mobile Police Department is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against persons because of age, race, color, creed, religion, disability, gender, ethnic or national origin or veteran status.