Reserve Officer Program

The Grandview Police Department is proud of our Reserve Officer Program. Reserve police officers for the department are volunteer (non-paid) certified Texas Peace Officers who have the primary responsibility of working along side full-time officers and assisting at other times when needed.

Reserve officers work in partnership with other officers to maintain public health and safety, protect life and property, and provide service to the community.

We believe the Reserve Officer Program enhances the overall effectiveness and efficiency of the department and benefits the City of Grandview greatly.

Reserve officers are required to go through the same hiring process, complete the same field training program, and abide by the same standards of conduct as full-time officers. Reserves are required to work a minimum of 16 hours per month.

The department does furnish reserve officers with the necessary uniforms and equipment.

Reserve officers are given preference when a full-time opening becomes available.

If you are interested in joining our team as a reserve police officer explore the
Minimum Qualifications, Disqualifiers and Hiring Process sections for more information.  

If qualified we would encourage you to start the process by filling out the City of Grandview Application and the Grandview Police Department Personal History Statement.