WHY COBB PD

Officers from different units

Cobb County Police Department offers competitive pay and benefits.

Compensation

Base Pay

Police Officer I: $46,000 (18 month Working Test Period)

Police Officer II: $48,436 (upon completion of Working Test Period)

Shift Differential

  • Evening Shift officers receive an additional $0.50/hour.
  • Morning Shift officers receive an additional $1.00/hour.

Education Incentive Pay

  • Associates Degree: $1,000 [$250 per quarter]
  • Bachelor's Degree: $2,000 [$500 per quarter]
  • Master's Degree: $3,000 [$750 per quarter]

Other Compensation

  • Take Home Vehicle Program
  • Hazardous Duty Pay - where applicable
  • On-Call for Court Pay
  • Paid Overtime

$5,000 Sign-On Incentive for Lateral Police Officers

A sign-on incentive is offered to new lateral recruits who meet specific criteria along with the completion of Phase II training. Cobb Police Department requires a commitment of three years from the date of hire. If voluntary separation prior to the three-year commitment, the incentive must be paid back on a pro-rated basis.


Benefits

Employer-Sponsored Benefits

  • Health
  • Dental
  • Life
  • Long Term Disability

Free Wellness Clinic

A free health clinic is available for all Cobb County Employees and their dependents who have insurance with Cobb County. The clinic offers sick and well checks and many prescription medications at no cost to the employee.

Veteran's Benefit

The Cobb County Police Academy has been approved by the Georgia Department of Veterans Service as an on-the-job-training program. If you are a veteran and have contributed to the G.I. Bill, you will be eligible to receive monetary benefits while in the academy, throughout your training program and your first 18 months working test period. This is in addition to your police salary.

Uniforms and Equipment

All uniforms and job related equipment are provided by the Cobb County Police Department at no cost to you.

Tuition Reimbursement

Tuition Reimbursement is available for you while you complete a college degree or certification. Reimbursable amounts are dependent upon available funding and will be proportionately distributed to all pre-approved applicants on a quarterly basis.

Fitness Centers

Several of our precincts have fitness centers with both strength and aerobic training equipment and are open 24 hours a day. Additional facilities are located at police headquarters and the Department of Public Safety Training Center.


Leave

Paid Vacation Leave

  • 13 days per year / 1 year of service
  • 15 days per year / 5 years of service
  • 20 days per year / 10 years of service
  • 22 days per year / 15 years of service
  • 25 days per year / 20 years of service

Holidays

11 paid holidays per year

Paid Sick Leave

Accumulates at 4.0 hours per biweekly

Paid Military Leave

Up to 18 days per year

Bereavement Leave Policy

Full-time employees will receive up to [3] days of bereavement leave with pay for [24] hours. Employees working in part time positions shall be eligible for bereavement leave equal to [3] part-time days off with pay.

Parental Leave Policy

Eligible full-time employees will receive six weeks paid time off to care for and bond with their newborn or newly adopted child. All eligible employees must be employed full-time at least one full year of service, having worked a least 1,250 hours during the last 12 consecutive months. Employee must have given birth to a child, be the spouse of the individual who has given birth to a child or adopted a child (adopted child must be age 17 or younger).

Internal Affairs Recruiting and Background Unit
770-528-3812

Captain Matt Hurst
770-528-3813
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Lieutenant Berry Trulove
770-528-3814
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Sergeant Wayne Williams
770-528-3815
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Detective Chiquitia Killing
770-499-4131
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Detective Craig Malone
770-499-4502
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Detective Carlos Mathis
770-499-3844
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Detective Karlos Simpson
770-499-3938
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Detective Grady Staton
770-528-3824
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If you have QUESTIONS regarding our hiring process, please email us at:

770-528-3812
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Commitment - Service - Partnership

The Cobb County Police Department is known throughout the Southeast for our commitment to professionalism, public trust, and excellence in performance.

Our training program surpasses all requirements mandated by state regulations and delivers high credentials that our personnel are known for around the country.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Cobb County Government is an equal opportunity employer. Cobb County Government does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability in employment or the provision of services.

Tim Cox, Chief of Police
140 North Marietta Pkwy
Marietta, GA 30060

Headquarters: (770) 499-3900

HQ Business Hours:

Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 11 p.m.

CALEA

The Cobb County Police Department is proud to be nationally accredited through the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA).