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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Arizona Department of Public Safety is hiring through the beginning of February.

It's taking applications for cadet officer through Feb. 5, according to a news release.

"Cadet officer" is the title DPS recruits carry during training at the Arizona Law Enforcement Academy, west of Tucson.

Officials said the position offers paid training after graduation at $18.43 per hour, starting pay at $21.50 per hour as a certified officer and top pay at $30.12 per hour as a certified officer, the release stated.

No college degree is required and tuition assistance is available.

Those interested can submit an online application on the Arizona Department of Public Safety's website here.

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