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Fremont PD Police Officer Applicant Orientation


                                         A Career With Purpose


Join the Fremont Police Department at the Police Officer Applicant Orientation on August 16, 2019.


Topics will include:



  1. Information about the City of Fremont and the Fremont Police Department

  2. Application and testing process

  3. Salary, benefits, work schedules and assignment opportunities

  4. Q & A with the police department

  5. Tour the police department campus

  6. Opportunity to practice portions of the Fremont Physical Agility Test (6-foot wall climb, 165 lb. body drag, 99 yard obstacle course)


Schedule:


5:00 PM - 6:00 PM        Practice the Physical Agility Test (PAT)


6:30 PM - 8:30 PM        Presentation & Police Campus Tour




Register here for this event - no application necessary. You must present a valid U.S. government issued picture ID and be 20.5 years or older to be allowed into the police campus. Check-in will be at 4:45 PM for attendees practicing the PAT and a second check-in will occur at 6:00 PM before the presentation begins.  


The department looks forward to your attendance!


The Fremont Police Department Recruiting Team


Call or Text us: 510-404-8934


Email: fpdrecruiting@fremont.gov


Fill out our interest card: Fremont.gov/policeinterestcard






FAQs




What can I wear to the event?


Activewear is highly recommended for this event. You will need to be comfortable if you plan to practice portions of the Physical Agility Test.


Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?


We will accept a valid U.S government issued picture ID, examples include, but are not limited to: a state issued Driver's License, current Military ID or valid passport. The age requirement to attend this event is 20.5 years or older. If you registered for more than 1 ticket, everyone must present a valid ID.


What are my parking options for the event?


You may park near the dog park area/basketball courts that is located east of the Police Department. At gate 3 you will be escorted into the Police Department.


What can I bring into the event?


You will not need to bring any personal belongings with you. The Department will provide you with materials to take notes. Items that will not be permitted in the building include, but are not limited to: backpacks, portfolios and purses. The Fremont Police Department does not have a designated area to store your belongings, please plan accordingly.


How can I apply for this position and obtain further information about being a Police Officer for the City of Fremont?


Follow the link below to apply for the Police Officer position and view our job brochure.


https://fremont.gov/443/Apply-for-Jobs


How can I contact the organizer with any questions?


The Fremont Police Department Recruiting Team


Call or Text us: 510-404-8934


Email: fpdrecruiting@fremont.gov


Fill out our interest card: Fremont.gov/policeinterestcard