The Detroit Transit Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of a Transit Police Officer.
The Detroit Transit Police Department is a licensed police department under the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES). We are actively seeking police officers who possess a current or expired MCOLES license. Our dedicated transit police officers are empowered with the authority to enforce laws and city ordinances within the vibrant city of Detroit, while primarily patrolling the city’s extensive Transit systems. These systems encompass the Detroit People Mover Elevated Rail System, Detroit Department of Transportation’s citywide bus system, Detroit Department of Transportation facilities and centers, and the M-1 Rail System.
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As a Transit Police Officer, you can enjoy a competitive pay rate ranging from $47,500 to $64,000, which includes overtime, holiday pay, and shift premiums.
At the Detroit Transit Police Department, we prioritize the well-being of our officers. We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including:
To be considered for the role of a Transit Police Officer, you must meet the following minimum qualifications:
The Detroit Transportation Corporation (DTC) is the esteemed owner and operator of the Detroit People Mover. The Detroit People Mover (DPM) is an advanced and fully automated light rail system that forms a vital part of the planned regional transit system. This system operates on an elevated single track loop within Detroit’s central business district, facilitating seamless connectivity.
The 2.9-mile Detroit People Mover system offers convenient transportation links to various key destinations, including courts, administrative offices, sports arenas, exhibition centers, major hotels, and commercial, banking, and retail districts. With frequent service and an unobstructed route free from vehicle or pedestrian traffic, the People Mover provides a hassle-free commuting experience throughout the central business district.
The integration of eight out of the thirteen People Mover stations into pre-existing structures further enhances accessibility, allowing travelers to traverse over 9 million square feet without being hindered by external elements.
If you’re interested in joining the Detroit Transit Police Department or have any questions regarding employment opportunities, please reach out to us at:
525 Griswold Street
Port Huron, MI