Summer Internship Applications Open through 3/08

About
PWCPD

Learn what makes the
Prince William County Police Department
an amazing place to work.

It’s all in the Family:

A Father & Son Story

Like father, like son. For the Castilla family, the job is the family and the family is the job. Meet two generations of police officers who have found success and meaning behind the badge at the Prince William County Police Department.

Earned Trust:

SRO Profile

Join the Prince William County Police Department as a School Resource Officer (SRO) and embark on a career that’s more than just policing—it’s about making a lasting impact. As a School Resource Officer, you’ll have the unique opportunity to mentor and inspire youth, creating a positive influence that goes beyond the classroom. Be part of a team where your work not only enhances school safety but also shapes the future, one student at a time.

Sniffing
Out Clues:

K9 Officer Profile

Take your best friend to work, every day as a K9 Officer at the Prince William County Police Department. As a K9 Officer, you’ll play a crucial role in maintaining public safety, while also enjoying the unparalleled camaraderie that comes with working alongside a loyal canine partner.

Mentoring Women

For a Stronger, Safer Future in Law Enforcement

The Women’s Mentorship Program at the Prince William County Police Department is a pivotal initiative, designed to empower and uplift women in law enforcement. This program connects female officers with experienced mentors, creating a supportive network that fosters professional growth and confidence.