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The South Gate Police Department is Hiring Part Time Public Safety Officers

The South Gate Police Department is looking to hire Part-Time Public Safety Officers immediately.  The position is temporary and under general supervision in a non-sworn capacity will perform duties in several areas related to law enforcement, perform security and traffic control functions, and other non-hazardous related duties. The pay is $11.67 per hour and total hours per fiscal year cannot exceed 990 hours.

Qualifcations: Any combination of education and/or experience that has provided the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to handle the job assignment. A typical way to meet this requirement is graduation from High School. Possession of a high school diploma, show proof of insurance and have a satisfactory driving record is required.

Selection Process: The applications will be screened and those applicants possessing the most desirable qualifications will be invited to the continue in the selection process. This may include any combination of written and oral examinations. Prior to employment, the prospective candidate must successfully complete a thorough background investigation, medical examination, including drug screening and fingerprinting.

Applications can be obtained through the Personnel Department at South Gate City Hall or by visiting the City of South Gate website at www.cityofsouthgate.org.

 

POL._FLYER_Public_Safety_Officer_-_2014_HRLY.pdf

 

Team South Gate Completes the 2014 Baker to Vegas Challenge Cup Relay Race

On Saturday, March 22nd and 23rd, 2014, the South Gate Police Department participated in the Annual Challenge Cup Relay from Baker, California to Las Vegas, Nevada. The 30th Annual Baker to Vegas Challenge Cup Relay is 120 mile relay run with twenty separate runners/running stages. This year, 262 law enforcement teams with an estimated combined 8,000 law enforcement officers and their support crews were involved in the race.

The relay was started by two Los Angeles Police Officers, Chuck Foote and Larry Moore, over 30 years ago. Since then the race has continued through the efforts of the Los Angeles Police Revolver and Athletic Club. The race begins in Baker and runs through Pahrump via Highway 372 and then the course follows Highway 160 into Las Vegas, Nevada. Team South Gate began the race at 10 am on Saturday morning and finished in the pre dawn hours on Sunday. Team South Gate would like to thank all of the participants, volunteers, and sponsors who helped make this a fun and exciting traditional event.

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