Basic Requirements:

  • Be a citizen of the United States.
  • Be at least 21 years of age with demonstrated maturity and judgment.
  • High school or GED certificate required.
  • Valid Michigan driver license.
  • Have the ability to read and write the English language.
  • Have not been convicted of a felony.
  • Must have or obtain CPL permit by the time training is completed.
  • Live close enough to be able to respond; within a 40-minute commute.
  • Possess good reputation, criminal, and traffic records.
  • Physically and mentally able to perform all of the established duties and responsibilities                 related to the position.
  • Members must attend a minimum 10 of the scheduled 12 meetings during the year.
  • Auxiliary officers must ride patrol on a scheduled basis, a minimum of 20 hours a month               unless specifically excused.
  • All applications will be reviewed and applicants will undergo a background investigation. Only         applicants meeting the needs of the department will be selected.
  • All applicants are subject to local record check, fingerprint, state, and FBI record checks.
  • Ability to successfully complete the basic curriculum as determined by the Taylor Auxiliary            Police Department.
  • The above is only a portion of the rules and regulations that govern the operation of the                Taylor Auxiliary Police Department.

Application Process

***Download Application through link below, Fill out completely and email to tapdreq***



You may reach our recruiting department at:                 (734)  288 - 7678  D.Murray

2020-01 Class Starting in March 2020!!

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23513 goddard, Taylor MI



Lt. Dan Kromer Police Education Center

11011 Pine St

Taylor MI  48180


Classes include:

Criminal Law

Domestic Violence

Crowd Control

Chemical Agents

Drill & Ceremony  



Explosive Devices 

Juvenile Law


Laws of Arrest

Mechanics of Arrest   

Motor Vehicle Law

Motor Vehicle Stops  

Report Writing

Police Reserve Relations    Traffic Control

Narcotic Awareness 

Search Procedures

Subject Control   

Verbal Conflict


Classes Held:

  •  Sunday's 9am to 5pm
  •  Wednesday's 6pm - 10pm
  •  16 Weeks Duration


Curriculum identified as an overview and not the total content.