The San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo Police department provides police presence and protection to over 1.3 million guests inside an 18-day time span. The men and women serving on our police force provide overwatch at over 100 posts on the Stock Show grounds, Carnival, and inside our arenas. The call to protect and serve is on display each day as we provide quality service to 1.3 million guests who come from all 254 counties across Texas. As a part of the Stock Show and Rodeo Police you are assisting the San Antonio Livestock Exposition to help educate over 21,000 students benefitting from scholarships, grants, and endowments.
Our patrol division will be responsible for police presence and protection on the Stock Show and Rodeo grounds, carnival, inside arenas. You will be expected to preserve the peace & safety of the guests in attendance, patrol and provide police duties in assigned posts, maintain expectations given by Stock Show and Rodeo Police command staff, and enforce local, state, and federal laws according to your department policy. Requirements: TCOLE certified peace officer with an active commission (no reserve officers,) and approved to work with Stock Show and Rodeo Police through your department’s off-duty employment policy.
Our traffic division will be responsible for police presence and protection at the Stock Show and Rodeo through traffic enforcement. Traffic officers will assist in ensuring guests have a safe and expedient route for their visit to the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo. Light bars, cones, and other traffic operations devices will be provided for Traffic Officers to accomplish the task set forth by Stock Show and Rodeo Police command staff. Interested Officers will not need to use their personal vehicle for traffic posts. Requirements: TCOLE certified peace officer, active or reserve, and approved to work with the Stock Show and Rodeo Police through your department’s off-duty employment policy.
Our dispatchers come from multiple agencies across many counties. If you have interest in becoming a dispatcher for the Stock Show and Rodeo Police, we require TLETS certification and hold an active TCOLE certification as a Telecommunications Officer.