What is the minimum number of hours a Puyallup Reserve Officer must serve every month?
The minimum hours vary depending on what level the reserve officer is performing. The minimum number of hours is 16 hours of patrol duties per month. This does not include the required monthly training, meetings, court time, etc. Reserve officers are expected to work on Friday and Saturday nights when the need for additional officers are highest in the field. Reserve officers should also expect to work additional hours during the Puyallup Fair and Daffodil Parade. The Minimum number of hours increases with each level of advancement in the program. For example, a level 3 reserve officer must provide a minimum of 20 hours of patrol service per month.

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1. Why become a Puyallup Police Reserve Officer?
2. Do reserve officers get paid?
3. What equipment is provided by the department?
4. What are the different levels of advancements in the reserve program?
5. What is the minimum number of hours a Puyallup Reserve Officer must serve every month?
6. What if you want to become a full time officer?
7. Do Puyallup reserve officers get civil service points when testing for entry level police officer?
8. What do I need to know about the Reserve Academy?
9. If I complete the reserve academy would I have to still attend the regular academy if I was hired?