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HIRING NOW: OPD is hosting a Career Fair at Headquarters!



Learn how you can turn your passion into a purpose as a member of the Orlando Police Department by attending our upcoming Career Fair on Saturday, May 21st from 10am - 2pm!


Learn about the positions we have available and how you can join our team. All skill levels welcome. Representatives will be available from the following fields to meet with interested candidates:


Airport Operations Officer

Performs professional law enforcement work in a specialized assignment, which may include any or all of the following: detect and prevent crime, direct and control traffic, investigate and apprehend suspects involved in criminal activity, secure facilities and provide education and training. Specialized assignments may include the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority facilities, other transportation facilities, educational institutions or others specialized assignments.


Crime Analyst

Performs analytical work reviewing, organizing, and assessing crime information to identify patterns and common characteristics of crimes, summarizing data, and preparing reports indicating crime trends. Primary responsibilities include: developing materials for selection, assembly and organization of significant crime data to permit analysis; researching, organizing, correlating, and analyzing crime data; participating in the development and implementation of effective law enforcement programs to improve criminal apprehension and crime prevention.


Crime Scene Investigator

Performs responsible technical field and office work involving the collection and preservation of evidence at crime scenes, classifying and filing fingerprints, photographing crime scenes.


Emergency Communications Specialist

Performs specialized work in areas of emergency communications. Employees assigned to this classification receives and responds to emergency and non-emergency calls for police service by answering incoming telephone/911 lines, dispatching officers to calls, obtaining and relaying information from FCIC/NCIC; monitoring alarm systems; maintaining various logs and files and performing related clerical administrative tasks.


Community Service Officer

Performs paraprofessional work involving the performance of non-emergency law enforcement duties, including but not limited to responding to non-violent criminal incidents, accidents, and police service calls, and preparation of related reports.


Police Officer

Performs professional law enforcement work to maintain order to protect the public, maintain law and order in the community, detect and prevent crime, direct and control traffic, and investigate and apprehend suspects involved in criminal activity.


Visit orlando.gov/opd for more information or contact the Recruiting Team at 407.246.2459 or [email protected].

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