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Bemidji Police Department seeks applicants for reserve officer program

The Bemidji Police Department is seeking applicants for its reserve officer program.

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BEMIDJI — The Bemidji Police Department is seeking applicants for its reserve officer program.

According to a release from Bemidji Police Chief Mike Mastin, the Bemidji Police Department Reserve Program, which started in 2015, is an opportunity for citizens of Bemidji to serve the community.

Reserve officers assist patrol officers in handling issues such as lost and found property complaints, security checks, parking enforcement and working security at special events, the release said.

Applications are available at www.governmentjobs.com/careers/cibemidjimn. The deadline to submit applications is May 9.

To learn more, contact detective sergeant Dan Seaberg at (218) 333-8376 or officer Tabitha Carrigan at (218) 333-8309.

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