Officer Hiring Information
Our next hiring process opens January 27, 2020. At that time applications will become available online at the City of Bozeman jobs page with specific instructions on how to complete them. Please check back with us then! In the meantime, you can also follow this link for more information on becoming a Bozeman Police officer.
The civilians who work for the Bozeman Police Department are an integral part of the team!
The Police Information Specialists, Code Compliance Officers, Animal Control Officers, Evidence Technicians, Mechanic, and Crash Investigator all contribute greatly to what we do for the community each and every day.
Be sure to check here and our jobs page for the next opportunity!
Please email us if you have any questions or want any more information.
The Bozeman Police Department works closely with Montana State University (MSU) to manage the intern program. Each intern typically works approximately 4 hours a day, 3 days a week, during the assigned semester.
Each intern gains valuable insight and experience regarding how a police department functions.
Interns generally work within the detective division and assist with conducting investigations and compiling crime data.
At this point, internships are arranged exclusively through MSU for MSU students.
If interested, please contact the Sociology and Anthropology Department at MSU for further information.
Effective crime prevention requires a partnership between the police department and the community. This program strengthens that partnership by having citizens actively involved in various programs and events. It allows the Bozeman Police Department to provide additional community services and helps provide support to functions within the department. These dedicated men and women volunteer their time and services to help make the City of Bozeman a safer place to live and work.
- 18 years of age
- No felony convictions
- No non-traffic misdemeanors convictions within a year
- Be of good, moral character
- Desire to serve the Bozeman community
How to Apply
- For more information on volunteering, please call Captain Andy Knight at 406-582-2023 to discuss putting your unique interests and skills to work for your community.
*Additionally, an oral interview, background check, and fingerprinting will be required*