MICHIGAN STATE POLICE
P.O. BOX 30634, LANSING, MICHIGAN
LANSING, MICHIGAN 48909
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Updated: May 02, 2019
Classification: Motor Carrier Officer
Michigan State Police is currently hiring for the position of Motor Carrier Officer. Both the Frontline National test and a department application are required for this listing. You may complete the application here.
*NTN scores are valid with the Michigan State Police up to 5 years.
Salary: $20.56 per hour starting pay, max $27.75
Benefits: Matching 401k/457 plans, a wide range of medical and dental benefits plans, vision plan, long term and short term disability, life insurances, and flexible spending accounts
State Information: Motor carrier officers are armed uniformed members of the Michigan State Police Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division, specializing in commercial vehicle enforcement.
Motor carrier officers enforce traffic safety laws on commercial vehicles, protect the infrastructure through aggressive size and weight enforcement, conduct commercial vehicle and driver inspections, and contribute to homeland security efforts by enforcing hazardous material regulations.
Motor carrier officers also respond to emergency situations, e.g., assist distressed motorists, back up other law enforcement officers, and are a resource for other law enforcement personnel in criminal investigations involving commercial vehicles.
Age: Must be 21 years of age by recruit school graduation.
US Citizen: Applicants must be a United States Citizen
High School Grad/GED: Applicants must have a high school diploma or G.E.D
Valid MICHIGAN State Driver's License: Applicants must have a valid driver’s license.
Ability to Read/Speak English: Applicants must have the ability to read and speak English.
Vision: Possess 20/20 corrected vision in each eye.
Hiring Process: Step 1: Entry-Level Law Enforcement Examination
Step 2: NEOGOV Application
Step 3: Supplemental Application
Step 4: Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards Physical Agility Test
Step 5: Pre-Screening Interview
Step 6: Background Investigation
Step 7: Ride Along
Step 8: Background Investigation Review
Step 9: Hiring Interview
Step 10: Conditional Offer of Employment
Step 11: Appointment
Step 12: Academy Training
Step 13: Field Training Officer (FTO) Program
**Training and continuing education are paid for and provided by the Michigan Department of State police.**
Specific Disqualifiers/Behaviors: Felony, Criminal Activity Disqualifiers
Applicants cannot have a felony conviction or be a suspect in case with the reasonable belief the applicant committed a felony.
In the two years prior to the beginning of the selection process for a recruit school, applicants cannot have: