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Posted March 23, 2016

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APD Program Supports Students Headed to College

Students can work part-time as a police service aide and still attend classes.

Graduating seniors can can now attend college, serve their community and earn more than $14 an hour as a police service aide with the Albuquerque Police Department.

Students who are 18 years old or older and have a high school diploma are eligible to apply.

Full and part-time positions are now available, and both come with complete benefits packages which include health insurance, vacation and sick leave.

Those who work as a PSA for two years will be eligible to apply to become an Albuquerque police officer. 

For more information, or to apply, go to, or call 505-343-5040.

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