Employment Opportunity – Security

Signal 88 Security-Baltimore is looking to hire 10-15 Baltimore County Police Officers for Uniformed Secondary Employment (USE) work at Walmarts throughout Baltimore County, MD.  The compensation is $33/hour with most holidays paid at $49.50 (OT).  The hours vary 7 days a week at 8 Walmarts and 2 Sam’s Clubs located in Baltimore County.

If interested, and for more details regarding this position, please contact Rob Rayner (active Baltimore County Police Officer) directly at 410-456-7937, or email to rrayner@signal88.com

Employment Opportunities: Court Security

Here is a link to the US Marshals Service page about the Court Security Officer (CSO) program https://www.usmarshals.gov/judicial/court_security_officer.htm

As these are all contractor positions the vendor for the local area is Paragon Systems, they handle the 4th Circuit (MD, VA, WV & NC), the 3rd Circuit (PA, NJ, DE) and the federal court houses in DC. The link to their page is https://careers.parasys.com/home#working-here

This is not a bad job for a retiree who wants to keep working.


Employment Opportunity – Security

Defender One Security is looking to hire 3-4 Active Baltimore County Police Officers for Uniformed Secondary Employment located in Cockeysville (PC7).  The compensation is $32/HR, and the hours are 8:30AM-3:30PM Monday through Friday. We are looking to hire ASAP for the June schedule.

If interested, and for more details regarding this position, please contact Jon N. Krieger (retired Baltimore County Police Officer) directly at 410-404-5293, or email to Jon@defenderonesecurity.com.

Employment Opportunity Elizabethtown Police Department

My name is Ed Cunningham, and I’m the Chief of the Elizabethtown Police Department (Lancaster County, PA). I am also a long-time (now retired) member of the Pittsburgh Police FOP Fort Pitt Lodge #1.  We currently have job openings in our agency.  All of the information, as well as the application, can be found at www.policeapp.com/elizabethtownpa. The application deadline is 7 May 21.

Also, I’d be happy to answer any questions that you may have about the job or department.

Thank you, and have a great day!

Chief Ed Cunningham, MS

Chief of Police

Elizabethtown Police

600 South Hanover Street

Elizabethtown, PA 17022

717-367-6540 x251 (voice)

717-367-2332 (fax)

717-367-1835 (county dispatch)

YMCA of Central Maryland Partnership

Baltimore County FOP Lodge #4 has developed a partnership with the YMCA of Central Maryland to offer first responders and veteran an opportunity for alternate employment for our members outside the traditional security employment options.

If you are interested please go to the employment page for job opportunities. As a member of our organization you may qualify for additional pay, flexible work hours and free membership.
Recruitment Flyer

Investigative Analyst/Opioid Crisis/Baltimore:

If you know of anyone who may be interested in applying for an Investigative Analyst position in the Baltimore office, please pass the following OPM vacancy announcement to them at the link below.  The announcement is open to all U. S. citizens and specifically for non-status individuals, which means applicants do not have to be federal employees to apply.  The announcement closes upon receipt of the 50th application or on the closing date of 7/19/19, whichever occurs first.

Investigative Analyst/Opioid Crisis/Baltimore:

University Police officer II

The University of Baltimore is recruiting for a police officers.  Please share our attached vacancy announcement.  It can also be viewed at University Police Officer II (Multiple Vacancies) – University of Baltimore.

Last month, we posted and filled a Police Officer vacancy.  Now, we have additional vacancies to fill, and we appreciate your help with our efforts to do that.

Thank You,

Patrice Mason

Recruitment Leader, Human Resources, University of Baltimore



Current Vacancies at UB

Baltimore County Police Hiring For August 2019 Lateral Class

Integrity, Fairness, and Service are the values followed by over 1,800 Baltimore County police officers. Are you up to the challenge of being a part of one of the most professional law enforcement agencies in the country?

If you are a current or recently retired police officer, you can apply with the Baltimore County Police Department. We are now hiring lateral police officers.  Our officers enjoy competitive benefits, 25-year retirement, and significant career advancement opportunities. To learn more about our Lateral Entry Police Officer requirements and to apply, go online here.

The Baltimore County Police Department is an equal opportunity employer.

Employment Opportunity

I own and operate Atlas Personal Trainers, a private studio in Parkville/Carney. I have always had difficulty finding mature, well disciplined trainers to work in my studio. I know that many officers retire at a relatively young age and are looking for further work after retirement. There may be a great fit for some to explore personal training. I would greatly appreciate an avenue to meet any of these retired officers who may be interested in working as a trainer in my studio. I can be reached via email or phone.

Thank you for your help,
Mike Turkin
Atlas Personal Trainers
9621 Harford Road
Carney, Maryland 21234

Employment Opportunity

R.L. Oatman & Associates is currently looking for retired law enforcement for part-time security positions in Potomac Maryland.  The position is a located at a private residence, we provide security 24-7 (3 eight hour shifts), non-uniform, business casual dress.  We are flexible in scheduling for applicants preference. The individual must be a non-smoker and have a Maryland handgun permit or LEOSA card.  Interested applicants can e-mail me at stonesifer@rloatman.com or call 410-494-1126.

Dale M. Stonesifer
R.L. Oatman & Associates, Inc.
Director of Operations
FBI NA #237
410-494-1126 office




Job description 

The Baltimore County Department of Health and Human Services is hiring mature adults for Tobacco Compliance Specialist (TCS) positions. TCSs conduct compliance checks with youth under the age of 18 at licensed tobacco retailers. TCSs may on occasion conduct education visits at retail locations. TCS positions work two 4 ½ hour evenings per week and must be available one day each month for possible hearings. Saturday morning shifts may be available also.

TCSs are responsible for overseeing the youth, observing the transaction, issuing citations, and conducting retailer education on youth access to tobacco. They must be available one day each month to testify at an Administrative hearing for citations issued.

  • Positions are classified as Special Payroll, non-merit.
  • Compensation for retirees of the Baltimore County Police Department is $25.00/ hour
  • Must pass a background check and Child Protective Services check
  • Must have an excellent driving record

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Ability to effectively communicate with tobacco retailers, giving clear direction about paying fines or presenting their case at a hearing
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Ability to effectively educate the tobacco retailer on youth access laws, such as examining the identification of a tobacco purchaser
  • Ability to lead the youth on the inspection team, giving guidance and direction when conducting compliance checks
  • Ability to de-escalate confrontational individuals
  • Experience working with youth
  • Ability to clearly write citations and correction notices
  • Ability to testify at hearings



Interested applicants should contact:

Victoria Keller at 410-887-3828 or vkeller@baltimorecountymd.gov