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Officers standing by squad cars
Motorcycle Unit and CCOV in a parade
Officers at a community fun run
Officers high fiving citizens at a community event
Officers high fiving citizens at a community event
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Officer Roberto Martinez and K9 Lando
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Community Service Officer

Become a Community Service Officer

Community Service OfficerA Community Service Officer is a part-time employee of the Oshkosh Police Department and performs a variety of tasks that will prepare the CSO for a career in law enforcement. Community Service Officers are Criminal Justice/Police Science students who work up to 12 hours per week during the academic school year and 38 hours per week during the summer.

  • High school graduate
  • United States citizen
  • At least eighteen years of age
  • Valid WI driver’s license
  • Enrolled in a Police Science/Criminal Justice Curriculum

The successful candidate must pass an oral interview and a background investigation.

Competitive salary
Uniforms, training, Workers Compensation, Liability Insurance, and valuable experience are provided by the City of Oshkosh.