Leverage your opportunity for employment in the criminal justice field by becoming a fully commissioned reserve police officer. SVC’s program provides you with the training you need, and assists in obtaining your Washington State certification. Demonstrate that you bring value, skills and dedication to your agency by becoming a reserve officer now.
Basic Law Enforcement Reserve Academy, Planning Guide
Program Learning Outcomes
Graduates of the Basic Law Enforcement Reserve Academy program will be able to:
- Perform the duties and responsibilities of a reserve police officer.
- You must be 21 years of age or older and be physically and mentally fit for service.
- You must be sponsored by a participating law enforcement agency and undergo a criminal history and background check, psychological exam, and polygraph.
- You must have been through an approved reserve officer training program, and received certification by their respective State’s Law Enforcement Training Academy. Evidence of curriculum compliance from all individuals, out of state, desiring credit, must be produced.
- Local students who have satisfied the reserve officer training requirement for law enforcement, under the Washington Aid Peace Officer’s Powers Act, RCW 10.93, which satisfies performance objectives grouped by the twelve basic instructional blocks, will be given credit upon receipt of compliance.
- A list of potential sponsoring agencies is available upon request.
For additional information or BLERA application, contact:
Rick Mossman, Commander
Public Safety Academies
Mount Vernon Campus
2405 East College Way
Mount Vernon WA 98273