Careers

Information session, Mon., Sept. 9:  Join the Howard County Police Department from 6-8 p.m. at the James N. Robey Public Safety Training Center (2200 Scott Wheeler Drive, Marriottsville) for an information session on the steps to becoming a police cadet, officer, or emergency communications operator in Howard County. We’ll discuss the hiring process – requirements, qualifications, and disqualifications. We’ll break down and demonstrate the physical ability test to include tips and suggested exercises to improve your performance. You’re free to ask questions throughout the session! No registration or application is needed to attend.

The Howard County Police Department is a nationally accredited agency of more than 600 men and women dedicated to creating a better quality of life for the citizens of Howard County. Our officers demonstrate the highest standards and are guided by the agency’s values: Integrity, Pride and Community.

The department’s size is just right for those who want a law enforcement career with many different opportunities. The department is small enough that officers have the chance to work in numerous specialty units, but large enough to have all the best equipment, services and technology.

For more information, visit: Sworn Careers, Civilian Careers, Volunteer Opportunities

The Howard County Police Department is a nationally accredited agency of more than 600 men and women dedicated to creating a better quality of life for the citizens of Howard County. Our officers demonstrate the highest standards and are guided by the agency’s values: Integrity, Pride and Community.

The department’s size is just right for those who want a law enforcement career with many different opportunities. The department is small enough that officers have the chance to work in numerous specialty units, but large enough to have all the best equipment, services and technology.

For more information, visit: Sworn CareersCivilian CareersVolunteer Opportunities

The Howard County Police Department is a nationally accredited agency of more than 600 men and women dedicated to creating a better quality of life for the citizens of Howard County. Our officers demonstrate the highest standards and are guided by the agency’s values: Integrity, Pride and Community.

The department’s size is just right for those who want a law enforcement career with many different opportunities. The department is small enough that officers have the chance to work in numerous specialty units, but large enough to have all the best equipment, services and technology.

For more information, visit: Sworn CareersCivilian CareersVolunteer Opportunities