The Davie Police Department is devoted to the recruitment and hiring of the best-qualified candidates available to serve the Davie community. You will find that we have included a comprehensive array of information relating to recruitment and employment on our website. After reviewing our site, please feel free to email Magdalena De Antuano or Daniel Casey, Monday through Thursday between 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., with any questions or comments that you may have. The Davie Police Department is firmly committed to offering an equitable, drug-free work environment. The Town of Davie Police Department is committed to the concept of Equal Employment Opportunities (EEO) as a fundamental element of the police department's employment principles. We do not discriminate in any employment-related decisions based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, or other similar factors that are not job-related. This commitment is practiced in all aspects of our personnel policies, programs, practices, recruitment, examination, appointment, training, promotion, retention, and other related activities. When requested, the Davie Police Department will make reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities. Please contact a Human Resources representative at 954-797-1100 if special assistance is needed. Thank you for your interest and the time and effort you have spent considering a career with the Davie Police Department!
The Davie Police Department only considers applications for positions currently posted as available. You can review our current available employment opportunities as well as apply online.
Applications are only accepted via the online application system. Additionally, resumes are not accepted in place of employment applications. Please do not fax, mail, or drop off resumes or printed copies of the web-based application. If you are selected for further consideration, you may provide a copy of your resume during your scheduled interview appointment. Only applicants considered best qualified for available employment opportunities will be contacted for further consideration. Please ensure you include an accurate email address when completing the employment application, as correspondence regarding application status will occur via email. Applicants are generally notified within two to four weeks if they are selected for further consideration. However, the time frame may vary depending on departmental needs and priorities.
Americans With Disabilities Act
Town Clerk Evelyn Roig is the department's ADA Coordinator. For assistance, please contact them.
- Are you currently accepting applications for Non-Certified and Certified Police Officer?
We continuously accept applications for Non-Certified Police Officer; please check our website to see if we are accepting applications for the position of Certified Police Officer. All interested candidates are encouraged to apply, however, at the present time we have an extremely large number of applicants for a very limited number of vacancies. As such, contact following your initial application may take up to 60-days from the date in which you apply. Additionally only a limited number of individuals can be chosen for further processing. In accordance with our hiring standards, applicants must meet our minimum requirements to move forward in the recruiting process. Please review the job announcement for a list of our minimum requirements.
- How do I become a Certified Police Officer or Non-Certified Police Officer with the Davie Police Department?
The first step of the process is to complete an online application in its entirety. Please do not submit any paperwork in addition to the online application until specifically requested to do so.
- Do you accept lateral transfers?
No, we do not accept lateral transfers.
- Are new hires permitted to negotiate their base wage upon offer of employment?
Certified Police Officer and Non-Certified Police Officer wages are not negotiable. However, applicants with at least 2 years of continuous police experience will receive an additional pay step increase. Certified Police Officers with at least 2 completed years of college or 64 semester hours in a recognized college or university in an appropriate field, will receive an additional pay step increase.
- What is the difference between a Non-Certified Police Officer and a Certified Police Officer?
The Non-Certified Police Officer position is designed for candidates who meet the Davie Police Department’s education requirement but do not possess the required certification from Florida to automatically qualify as a Certified Police Officer.
- I would like to become a Non-Certified Police Officer but I am not sure that I want to become a Certified Police Officer.
The Davie Police Department only hires Non-Certified Police Officer applicants who are prepared to become Certified Police Officers immediately upon successful completion of the Police Academy and who receive a passing score on the state exam.
- I am a Sworn Law Enforcement Officer outside of the State of Florida. How do I become a Law Enforcement Officer in the State of Florida?
To become a Law Enforcement Officer in the State of Florida you must obtain an Exemption-From-Training. To learn more about requirements established by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement for Officers outside the State of Florida desiring Florida certification, please visit the
- Do I have to attend the Police Academy again?
You do not have to attend the Police Academy if you successfully achieve an Exemption-From-Training. For more information on how to achieve this please visit the