Police Officer

Individuals interested in pursuing a position as a Police Officer with the City of Malden must first take the Municipal Police Officer Exam, which is offered by the Human Resources Division of the Commonwealth.

Police Cadet

Cadets work inside police headquarters answering phone lines, taking incident reports, dispatching police officers, and handling other administrative functions.  Cadet applicants should be over the age of 18 with a high school diploma, good oral and written communication skills, and no criminal record.  Preference will be given to those applicants who are Malden residents, have a college degree or are enrolled in school, are interested in a career in law enforcement, have prior military or auxiliary police experience, speak a second language, possess good computer skills, and have been active members in school and community organizations.


There are currently no openings for this position and no applications or resumes will be accepted.

Parking Enforcement Officer

Parking officers work 15 hours per week in 3-hour blocks enforcing parking rules citywide.  The pay rate varies on the time of day worked and there are no benefits.  Contact the Traffic Unit at 781-397-7184 to apply.

Traffic Supervisor (Crossing Guard)

Traffic supervisors work one hour in the morning (either 7:15-8:15 or 7:30-8:30) and one hour in the afternoon (either 2:00-3:00 or 3:00-4:00) when school is in session.  Salary is $15.12 per hour.  Once appointed as permanent, a traffic supervisor receives benefits to include sick time, longevity after 5 years, uniforms, and cleaning allowance.  Contact Kathy Hannan in the Traffic Unit at 781-397-7184 for an application.


The Malden Police Department disclaims all responsibility for accuracy and completeness, or errors and omissions of the information contained herein. Although the Department tries to assure the accuracy of all information presented, you should confirm all information before making any decisions based on it.

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