The Safety Task Force Interest Application Now Live
Thank you for your interest in supporting the district as we review our current safety procedures. Through participation on the task force, you will work with District staff to review current safety procedures and make recommendations for improvement. All experience is valuable, including teaching, leadership, community engagement, social work, and mental health. Please apply by Friday, August 21, 2020 at https://bit.ly/DPSCDSafetyTaskForceApplication .
1. What unique, qualities, skills and experiences make you ideal to provide expertise in the area of safety?
2. What is your desire to serve on the safety task force?
3. What is your definition of a safe school environment? What has been your experience with this environment?
Please provide a current resume.
Thank you for your interest and willingness to serve.
Safe Routes to Schools
How to Request a Crossing Guard for Your School (Principal's Approval Required)
- Crossing Guards are free of cost for your school.
- Schools are encouraged to select their own Crossing Guards to expedite the process.
- Crossing Guards are hired and paid through the City of Detroit.
- Crossing Guards DO NOT have authority to direct traffic, they are only allowed to cross students.
- If you have traffic concerns, this division may be able to provide assistance by requesting a Traffic Assessment.
- Crossing Guard applicants must undergo a background check, drug screening and basic physical. *The City of Detroit pays for these requirements
- Crossing Guards are trained by the Detroit Police Department 3rd Precinct’s Traffic Division.
- The Crossing Guard Position is considered a Supplemental Employment Position. The payment is $6.88 per hour for 3 hours per day (1.5 hrs. in the morning for arrival and 1.5 hrs. in the afternoon for dismissal) 5 days per week during active school days.
To Begin the Crossing Guard Application Process
Detroit Police Department 3rd Precinct’s Traffic Division 2875 W Grand Boulevard Detroit, MI 48202
- Contact Officer E. Brown or Officer T. Hamilton at the Detroit Police Department’s (DPD) 3rd Precinct’s Traffic Division at (313) 596-1457 to request the Crossing Guard Paper Application.
- If you have additional questions or concerns, you can contact:
- DPSCD PD’s Safe Routes to School Program Manager, Officer ReGina Hardy @ (firstname.lastname@example.org) or 313.748.6000
- DPD Officer E. Brown (email@example.com) or 313.596.1457
- DPD Officer T. Hamilton (firstname.lastname@example.org) or 313.596.1457
On behalf of the Chief and the Department, we thank you for your service to DPSCD Children!
Have a very safe and successful school year!
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The DPSCD Police Department is comprised of an Executive Command Team, Police Officers, Investigators, Campus Police Officers and Security Officers, whose mission is to provide a safe and secure environment for students and staff, conducive for teaching and learning. The Department is housed in a new $5.6 million 23,000-sq ft. state of the art Command Center and Headquarters that opened in January 2011.
- Police and Security Operations Management
- School Officer Assignment
- Community Outreach (Safe Routes to Schools Initiative, Intervention Support, Safety Trainings for Students, Parents and Staff)
- Administrative Liaison (Community Use, Athletics and Special Events Planning)