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COVID-19 UPDATE:STAY SAFE; STAY HOME

Governor Whitmer signs executive order "Stay Safe; Stay Home" directing all Michiganders to stay home unless they are part of essential infrastructure and for all businesses to suspend in person services unless necessary to sustain or preserve life.  Click here for the Executive Order.

Beaumont Hospital - Wayne, located at 33155 Annapolis, Wayne is temporarily closed to all patients except coronavirus victims.  This includes the emergency room.

In order to help decrease the spread of COVID-19, City of Westland Administrative Offices are closed to the public through April 13, 2020. Please review our online services and department contact emails and phone numbers located on our website.  City staff will still be responding to emails and voicemails as quickly as possible.  There are also two drop boxes located at City Hall for bill payments (no cash please) and document drop offs that will be checked daily.  Thank you for your patience in this unprecedented challenging time and please stay healthy. 

 

Police Service Aide Program

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Are you in school for a career in law enforcement?  That is good, but why not start your career NOW!  The Westland Police Service Aid Program is an outstanding way to get experience toward becoming a police office, and you can do it while earning your degree! This is an outstanding way to earn part time money and help prepare you for a career in law enforcement with real hands on experience at the same time.

The PSA position is an excellent first step for young men and women who are interested in a career in law enforcement and want to get a step up on the competition.  Westland Police Department PSA’s are commonly chosen for leadership roles in police academies due to their experience, and commonly perform better than other candidates without service aid experience during their Field Training.  This is because of the knowledge that they gain as service aids, which include communication skills, industry specific computer skills, an understanding of the court process, and much, much more.  Since 2013 the Westland Police Department employed 15 of our former PSA's as full time police officers, and more than 35 others who have gone on to law enforcement careers elsewhere.

Many think that they need to wait until they are near completing their degrees before applying for a police service aid job.  This could not be further from the truth!  Students in their freshman, sophomore, and junior years benefit the most from the police service aid program, as there is a possibility to be sponsored through the police academy by the department after a minimum of 18 months of employment.  Students who are further along are also welcome to apply, and have used this program to their advantage.

If you are studying to become a police officer, or any other closely related field, and have a part time job that is not helping you achieve
that goal, ask yourself why! Don’t waste your time with other part time jobs!  Apply by emailing a resume and a letter of interest to  psacoord@wlpd.net.

 

Official PSA job notice and requirements: PSA Job Notice