We Want You

Make a difference as a Metro Transit Police Officer

How to Apply


  • United States citizenship
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Current licensed police officer with the Minnesota POST Board, or eligible for licensing upon date of hire
  • Bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply


Your career as a Metro Transit Police Officer begins with classroom learning about police work, as well as the Metro Transit system. After that, you’ll be assigned to a Field Training Officer and spend four months being evaluated by different FTOs.

Upon successfully completing field training, you’ll be assigned to a patrol area. After your 12-month probationary period ends, you’ll be able to then bid patrol assignments based on seniority.

Learn more:

Want to join our department, but not sure where to start? Apply to be part of the next CSO Pathways Program. To learn more about Metro Transit Police, visit metrotransit.org/police.

Metro Transit Police Officers on foot patrol.