The City of Madison Police Department offers a challenging and rewarding future for those individuals interested in a law enforcement career as a police officer or civilian support staff.
The City of Madison Police Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The City of Madison Police Department offers several career opportunities for those looking to become sworn law enforcement officers as well as for civilian personnel. These include the position of police officer, police dispatcher, court/records clerk, animal control worker, secretarial positions as well as custodial/grounds keeper jobs.
Applications may be obtained from the Madison Police Department located at 2001 Main Street in Madison, MS. Interested individuals may also download applications using the links listed below. Completed applications must be returned to the Administrative Services Division. If you have questions regarding the application/employment process you may contact the Administrative Services Division at 601.856.6111.
As a police officer with the Madison Police Department you will be eligible to participate in a variety of city offered benefits. These include:
Police recruits are normally assigned to the Patrol Division where field training officers work individually with new officers, instructing them in all aspects of the law enforcement profession. All officers must successfully complete a state certified criminal justice police academy. Continuing in-service training is provided to all officers throughout their career with the Department.
After a training and probationary period officers may choose to compete for any of the following occupational specialties as vacancies occur:
Applications are available at the Madison Police Department located at 2001 Main Street in Madison, MS. All applications must be completed and returned to the Administrative Services Division. The application process consists of:
The following qualifications/conditions are required to be offered employment: