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									The University of Texas at Tyler Police Department is currently      The University of Texas at   Applicants must have a High School diploma or GED, and
hiring for the position of Police Officer II. Find out how you can                                minimum of 12 semester hours from an accredited college or
begin a rewarding career with the UTPD.                                        Tyler              university. Upon hire, applicants must be certified as a peace
                                                                      Police Department offers    officer through the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement
We are recruiting individuals who seek a rewarding, demanding        competitive compensation     Standards and Education (TCLEOSE). Out-of-state peace
career through which they can make a positive impact on the            and excellent benefits.    officers must be eligible for licensing through TCLEOSE.
community they serve.
                                                                                                  To Apply
Authority and Mission Statement                                       COMPETITIVE SALARY
                                                                                                  Go to The University of Texas at Tyler Job Opportunities
Law Enforcement Authority                                                                         website located at

Under the authority of Article 51.203, Texas Education Code,
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University of Texas at Tyler Police Officers are commissioned
peace officers with primary jurisdiction over all counties              RETIREMENT PLAN
wherein property is owned, leased, rented or otherwise under                                      Starting salary is $2500-$3380 per month depending on
the control of The University of Texas. U.T. Tyler Police            TAX SHELTERED ANNUITY        qualifications.
Officers are armed and are most often in uniform establishing
visibility in the campus community, and as a deterrent against
crime. All reported criminal incidents occurring upon the UT

                                                                       SCHOLARSHIPS FOR
Tyler campuses are investigated by U.T. Tyler police officers.
UTPD maintains a cooperative relationship with local municipal                                    For More Information Contact:
police agencies, county sheriff's departments, federal
agencies, and the Texas Department of Public Safety.                  DEPENDENT CHILDREN
                                                                                                                     Chief Michael Medders
Mission Statement
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                                                                                                     The University of Texas at Tyler Police Department

The mission of The University at Tyler Police Department is to
                                                                      VACATION & HOLIDAY                               (903) 566-7393
                                                                                                                  mmedders@uttyler.edu
                                                                      HAZARDOUS DUTY PAY
provide an environment in which the university community can
live, study, and work without fear. The University of Texas at
Tyler Police Department will partner with members of the
university community to maintain an environment of safety                 OVERTIME PAY
conducive to the accomplishment and fulfillment of the
University of Texas at Tyler’s overall mission by providing
information and services that enhance personal safety and
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protect resources.
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