Part-Time Police Officer Program
The Boulder City Police Department is assisted in its mission by the P/T Police Officer Program. The P/T officers are composed of men and women dedicated to providing a service to our community.
P/T Officers Perform A Variety Of Tasks Within The Police Department
Patrol: Work patrol assignments as either a partner with a F/T officer or as a solo P/T officer(depending on State certification and successfully passing the FTEP program). Special Assignments include Desert Patrol, City Council Meetings, etc.
Conduct investigations: Assist the Investigations Bureau.
Evidence: Assist detectives with evidence releases and booking.
Special Events: Providing crowd and traffic control.
Prisoner Transports: To and from area jails for court in Boulder City.
On Call: To assist the Police Department in the event an emergency exists.
Desert Patrol: Patrol the Clark County Conservation areas within the city limits of Boulder City and unincorporated areas of Clark County.
P/T police officers are paid $14.84 an hour. The selection process for P/T officers is similar to that of a F/T (full time) police officer. Applicants for P/T police officer must be certified as Category I Nevada peace officers, prior to applying.
Once hired, the P/T police officer must complete a full 17 week Field Training Program.
If you are interested in becoming a P/T police officer for the City of Boulder City, you must obtain an application from the Personnel Department at City Hall or by accessing the Human Resources link. All applications must be turned into the City of Boulder City Human Resources Department at 401 California Street, Boulder City, Nevada. Applicants will then be required to participate in an oral interview, with successful candidates undergoing an intensive background check. The Police Department is dedicated to providing professional P/T police officers to assist its citizens. If you feel you have an interest in this program, please contact the Human Resources Department for further information or obtain an application from City Hall to begin the process.
P/T Coordinator: Detective Scott Pastore