Unified Police Department of Greater Salt Lake

Main Number 801.743.7000

Emergency 911 • Non-Emergency Dispatch 801.840.4000

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Unified Police Department of Greater Salt Lake

Main Number 801.743.7000

Emergency 911 • Non-Emergency Dispatch 801.840.4000

File a Police Report Online

Civilian Positions

Civilian Positions

Part Time – Janitor – Magna Precinct

Is responsible for maintaining a cleanly facility by completing a variety of cleaning tasks. Closes July 9, 2024

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School Crossing Guards

Immediate Openings.

  • Training Provided
  • Work Part-Time
  • Nights, Weekends & Holidays Off
  • Earn $21.00 per crossing.

The Unified Police Department Special Operations Division is staffed with 260 regular and substitute crossing guards for 69 area schools in Canyons, Jordan, and Granite School Districts. These schools are located within the unincorporated / township areas of Salt Lake County, as well as in Holladay City and Midvale City, through a contract agreement with the UPD.

These dedicated men and women brave the various extreme weather conditions to ensure the safety of the children as they cross hazardous roadways going to and from school. The Unified Police Department appreciates these hard-working crossing guards, and we are committed to keeping our children safe.

Minimum Requirements

  • Be at least age 18 years old.
  • Proof of citizenship or current legal documentation to work in the United States.
  • Have a valid Utah driver’s license.
  • Have a high school diploma or GED.
  • No disqualifying convictions, or offense involving dishonesty, unlawful sexual conduct, physical violence, the unlawful use, sale or possession of a controlled substance, or any offenses involving children.
  • No illegal drug use in the last 2 years.
  • Able to pass a criminal background check.
  • Have transportation availale to get to crossing assignments.
  • Available by phone for assignments and ability to be punctual for crossing shifts.
  • Able to attend training as needed outside of school crossing assignments.
  • Available during assigned school times.
  • Basic computer knowledge and ability to complete online timecard.
  • Willing to work in all types of weather.
  • Ability to stand for periods of time from 45 minutes to one hour.
  • Ability to move about an intersection to and from the middle of the street as necessary.
  • Ability to reach and lock/unlock padlocks to activate school crossing lights.
  • Good vision, visual depth perception, and hearing.
  • Ability to discern environmental conditions for risks for children, i.e. traffic or construction.
  • Ability to discern the presence of danger to children in the area of the crosswalk, and be able to react quickly to remove them to safety.
  • Ability to communicate safety instructions to students.
  • Ability to place and remove traffic cones.
  • Ability to lift, hold and carry a traffic stop sign paddle.
  • Ability to discern when to create safety breaks in traffic patterns.
  • Maintain a sense of responsibility for the safety of students.
  • Communicate developing safety hazards or issues related to crossing to supervisor.
  • This position is a very important and critical process for children to safely get to and from school. If any of the above listed requirements are not met it can put the children at risk to danger.

Crossing Guard Application Information

Application Document

Crossing Guard application 2024

Interested applicants must send an application to:

Crossing Guard Coordinator Jennie Peterson
Unified Police Department
Kearns Precinct
Attention Jennie Peterson
4250 West 5415 South 700 Wes
Kearns, Utah 84118