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NOBLE POLICE RESERVE PROGRAM
The Noble Police Department currently has three certified reserve officers. Reserve officers donate their time to the city and community in a variety of roles to assist the police department.
The Noble Police Department's Reserve Program is a developing and emergent tool that is dedicated to providing the highest level of professional service to the City of Noble and it's citizens. Their selfless hours of commitment has earned them community wide respect and pride to this agency.
The reserve police officers assist with community events such as the Red Rock Festival, Noble High School Homecoming Parade, Noble Community Information fair and many more events. Reserve officers also assist during the holiday season patrolling businesses and sporting events.
- Traffic Control
- Crowd Control
- Bike Patrol
- Security at School Functions
- Information Booths
- Crime Prevention
- Crime Reports
- Activities a Full-Time Officer May Perform
- Emergency Dispatch
Minimum Standards to become a Reserve Officer
- Be at least 21 years of age, prior to certification as a peace officer
- Be a United Stated citizen or in resident alien status, as defined by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service.
- Must possess a high school diploma or a GED equivalency certificate. (Minimun Requirements)
- Must not have been convicted in state or federal court for any felony, crime of moral turpitude, or a crime of domestic violence.
- Must have fingerprint clearance from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.
- Must have undergone psychological evaluation by the employing agency using a psychological instrument approved by CLEET.
- Must be commissioned or appointed by employing agency prior to attending CLEET approved certification training.
- Must not have been involuntarily committed to an Oklahoma state mental institution.
- Must submit all required documentation and enrollment materials.
Reserve Officers Hours of Service:
For cities and counties having a total population of less than two hundred thousand (200,000) persons, a reserve officer shall serve not more that one hundred ten hours (110) per calendar month.
Reserve Officer Field Training
Once the Commissioned Reserve Officer has attended the mandatory academy, the officer then must complete a successful eight week training course with a Field Training Officer. The Field Training Program is the same program used to train the department's full-time officers. Upon completion of the field training program and probation period, the reserve officer may be eligible to ride as a single person patrol unit.
For complete information on reserve police officers, visit CLEET's website here.
If you are interested in a position as a reserve police officer with the Noble Police Department, please fill out the Reserve Officer Application and turn it into the police department.