The Beverly Hills Department of Public Safety currently consists of eight (8) six full-time public safety officers and one (1) reserve officer:
Lieutenant/ Training Officer/ Investigator/ Evidence Officer
Chief Admin. Assistant
Public Safety Officers enforce traffic laws, city ordinances and state laws; respond to fire and medical emergencies, investigate accidents and crime reports, patrol residential and business districts and follow up investigations on reports they receive.
This department provides 24 hours of fire and police protection and when at full staff they work ten-hour shifts with each officer working four days on, and three days off. Reserve Officers help in special events, emergencies and traffic control when needed.
If you are interested in becoming a reserve officer for the Beverly Hills Department of Public Safety please contact Police Chief Kory Martin at 254/752-2585 or e-mail email@example.com.