Orlando, Oviedo, Kissimmee police departments among those hiring

Multiple local police departments are hiring across the board, with one hosting a career fair this week.

The Orlando, Oviedo, and Kissimmee police departments are among those across the tri-county area that have recently solicited the public to apply for employment.

The Orlando Police Department will host a career fair on Saturday, May 21 at the Orlando Police Headquarters, which is located at 1250 W South Street.

Representatives from a variety of fields will be on hand to meet with anyone interested in the following professions: police officers, community service officers, emergency communications specialists, crime analysts, support staff, internships, and volunteers.

For more information, contact the recruiting team by visiting the Orlando Police Department website or calling 407-246-2459.

The Kissimmee Police Department is currently hiring for several positions. For more information, visit the Kissimmee Police Department Careers page.

The Oviedo Police Department is looking to hire full-time police officers with pay ranging from $47,277 to $52,0004, including $15,000 in benefits. The department is also offering new-hire recruitment bonuses from $3,000 to $10,000.

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