Accident Prevention Squad Police Officer Job Description Sample
Behavioral Accident Prevention Process (Bapp) Coordinator
Company Name: Kroger Manufacturing
Position Type: Employee
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Responsible for coordinating behavioral safety/ BAPP and compliance functions to ensure all safety issues are resolved and all compliance mattersmaintained as prescribed by Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Kroger Technology. Serve as a liaison for manufacturing associates andmanagement in safety-related matters. Involve and assist the entire plant team in meeting individual and plant safety goals and objectives. Perform alljobs safely, efficiently and accurately to maintain and improve the performance of the entire plant in the areas of Safety, Quality, Reliability (SQR) andour Customer 1st strategy. Role model and demonstrate the company's core values of respect, honesty, integrity, diversity, inclusion and safetyof others.
Essential Job Functions:
Lead all areas of the behavioral safety and BAPP process flawlessly and consistently.
Enter and retrieve data, tract observer progress to maintain acceptable contact rate using RINCON software.
Facilitate Safety Committee and BAPP steering meetings and projects.
Enter work requests into the EMPAC system and update safety work orders weekly.
Participate and present data and results in plant-wide and department meetings.
Prepare all period, monthly and quarterly safety data for submission to departmental diary notes.
Facilitate or participate in accident investigation.
Support development and coordinate the completion of all Job Safety Analyses (JSAs); update and maintain as necessary in cooperation with TrainingCoordinator and appropriate managers.
Conduct and schedule Safety and Observer training for new hires, observers and steering team members as necessary.
Participate in corporate or OSHA plant safety audits (physical and administrative), and assist in action planning for improved results.
Apply proven behavioral analysis and problem-solving methods to train associates on each shift to help investigate accidents and remove at-riskbehaviors.
Follow established programs, policies and practices to produce safe quality foods that meet regulatory and company requirements.
Support the development, implementation, maintenance, and ongoing improvement of the SQF 2000 Systems.
Accountable to the Kroger Manufacturing Food Safety and Quality Principles.
Must be able to perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodation.
Minimum Position Qualifications:
Must be at least 18 years of age.
High School Diploma or GED equivalent.
Proven leadership skills.
Ability to interact, present to and work with all levels of the organization.
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating, maintenance instructions and procedure manuals.
Strong attention to detail, with high degree of accuracy and precision.
Strong administration, planning, facilitation and organizational skills.
Excellent communication skills.
Ability to comprehend complex verbal and written instructions.
Basic computer skills.
Ability to travel independently.
Desired Previous Job Experience
Experience in manufacturing environment.
Previous experience as BAPP Coach.
Participation on plant safety teams and projects.
Previous safety compliance experience.
OSHA 30-Hour training.
Education Level: High School Diploma/ GED Required
Required Travel: Up to 25%
Required Certifications/Licenses: None
Position Type: Full-Time
Jobs at Kroger Manufacturing: Through quality products, strong individual commitments and team spirit, Kroger has been established as a leader in the manufacturing industry. Kroger Manufacturing provides career development programs aligned with aspirations in Engineering, Process Management, Information Systems, Quality Assurance, Operations Management, Human Resources, Finance and Procurement. Our work force programs provide technically challenging rotations with cross-functional teams, plants and locations to allow our Associates to learn from some of the brightest minds in the business. Experience and training combined with mentoring and guidance from plant sponsors prepare our Associates with the skills and leadership behaviors needed to achieve a successful career at Kroger.
Kroger Family of Companies employs nearly 443,000 associates who serve customers in 2,796 retail food stores under a variety of local banner names in 35 states and the District of Columbia. Kroger and its subsidiaries operate an expanding ClickList offering – a personalized, order online, pick up at the store service – in addition to 2,253 pharmacies, 787 convenience stores, 324 fine jewelry stores, 1,439 supermarket fuel centers and 38 food production plants in the United States. Kroger is recognized as one of America's most generous companies for its support of more than 100 Feeding America food bank partners, breast cancer research and awareness, the military and their families, and more than 145,000 community organizations including schools. Careers with The Kroger Co. and our family of companies offer competitive wages, flexible schedules, benefits and room for advancement.
Posting Notes: CO || Denver || 10241 E 51st St || 80239 || Kroger Manufacturing || None || Manufacturing || Employee || Non-Exempt || Full-Time || None
Campus Police Crime Prevention Lieutenant
Classified Title: Campus Police Lieutenant
Starting Salary Range: $49,216 - $67,735
Employee group: Full Time
Schedule: Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 5 pm
Employee subgroup: Salaried Exmpt
Location: 01-MD:Homewood Campus
Department name: 10001621-Campus and Community Patrol
Personnel area: University Administration
General summary/purpose: The Crime Prevention Lieutenant is responsible for all of the crime prevention programs offered by the Campus Safety and Security Department. Programs include but are not limited to: developing crime prevention strategies, conducting crime prevention awareness education, attending community meetings, plans, coordinates and supervises all security special events, bicycle/pedestrian safety programs and other duties as required.
Specific duties & responsibilities:
The Crime Prevention Lieutenant is the coordinator for the Neighborhood Walkers on Patrol.
Provides home security surveys to assist students, faculty and staff.
Coordinates house checks for students, faculty and staff when they are away from their home for more the 24 hours.
Conducts crime prevention and awareness education.
Coordinates all social media accounts, i.e., Facebook, Twitter, etc.
Maintains liaison with local, state and national public and private crime prevention programs to facilitate the exchange of information, make recommendations for improvements or change, and to learn new concepts of crime prevention that may be utilized by the Campus Safety and Security Department.
Conducts presentations for the campus community on a wide variety of crime prevention and community oriented topics.
Acts as the liaison between the department and the campus community. The Crime Prevention Lieutenant will target programs to address community perceptions or misperceptions of crime and evaluating the effectiveness of those programs.
Attend community meetings to include but not limited to:
Charles Village Community Benefits District
Charles Village Civic Association
Remington Community meetings
Develops and obtains pamphlets, brochures, and hangtags concerning crime prevention and public safety topics.
Maintain close ties with all members of the Campus Safety and Security Department for the purpose of sharing crime prevention information and community concerns relative to crime prevention activities.
Maintain a working relationship with other campus departments for the purpose of addressing crime prevention concerns.
Periodically survey students, faculty and staff to determine concerns over safety and security within the community; and recommendations and suggestions for improvements.
Prioritize crime prevention programs and activities based on pertinent data including bicycle/pedestrian safety data.
Security coordinator for special events requiring Campus Safety and Security support, and will plan and supervise such events.
Conduct joint events with city, state, federal and other law enforcement agencies as deemed necessary.
Position requires periodic evening and weekend assignments, primarily for handling dignitary assignments, special events, the Neighborhood Walkers on Patrol Program and for attending community meetings.
Plans, coordinates and supervises the annual campus safety security week.
May work some evening and weekend at times
Other duties as assigned.
Minimum qualifications (mandatory):
Bachelor's degree in related field or a graduate of a certified police academy.
Minimum of 10 years experience in a law enforcement related field (city, county, state, university, federal agency) with 5 years of experience of law enforcement supervisory/ management experience.
Must pass certification for expandable baton and OC spray.
Valid Maryland Drivers License.
Special knowledge, skills, and abilities:
Ability to communicate effectively in order to perform the duties of this position.
Ability to prepare written products that are logical, coherent and grammatically correct.
Ability to multi-task daily due to the varied responsibilities entailed with this position.
Strong interpersonal and public relations skills necessary to establish and maintain effective rapport with the University community and the general public.
Excellent analytical and decision making skills to develop and implement security events.
Ability to maintain confidentiality.
The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check.
If you are interested in applying for employment with The Johns Hopkins University and require special assistance or accommodation during any part of the pre-employment process, please contact the HR Business Services Office at email@example.com. For TTY users, call via Maryland Relay or dial 711.
The following additional provisions may apply depending on which campus you will work. Your recruiter will advise accordingly.
During the Influenza ("the flu") season, as a condition of employment, The Johns Hopkins Institutions require all employees who provide ongoing services to patients or work in patient care or clinical care areas to have an annual influenza vaccination or possess an approved medical or religious exception. Failure to meet this requirement may result in termination of employment.
The pre-employment physical for positions in clinical areas, laboratories, working with research subjects, or involving community contact requires documentation of immune status against Rubella (German measles), Rubeola (Measles), Mumps, Varicella (chickenpox), Hepatitis B and documentation of having received the Tdap (Tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis) vaccination. This may include documentation of having two (2) MMR vaccines; two (2) Varicella vaccines; or antibody status to these diseases from laboratory testing. Blood tests for immunities to these diseases are ordinarily included in the pre-employment physical exam except for those employees who provide results of blood tests or immunization documentation from their own health care providers. Any vaccinations required for these diseases will be given at no cost in our Occupational Health office.
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Special Police Officer - Company Police
This position has access to and knowledge of extremely sensitive, private and confidential materials. Ability to maintain the highest standard is required with zero tolerance.
All the primary duties within this document will be performed according to established policies, procedures and guidelines within the department and the Medical Center.
Works under the direct supervision of the assigned squad Sergeant of Special Police or designated representative. Enforces NC State Laws and motor vehicles laws in accordance to NC General Statues and public vehicle areas to include existing policies, procedures, laws, regulations and directives.
Performs activities to ensure the safety and security of patients, visitors, employees, Medical Staff, and NHRMC property. Performs other duties as assigned.
PRIMARY JOB DUTIES:
1.Performs all assigned duties and requested services in a professional manner while displaying a positive teamwork attitude toward all customers.
2.Maintains proficiency in the knowledge of appropriate Company Police Laws / Regulations; state county, and city ordinances. Initiates appropriate actions pertaining to violations occurring in/or on NHRMC's property.
3.Performs operational requirements to include, but not limited to maintaining high visibility to identify resolve potential violent situations; provide transports escorts; render vehicle assistance; effect traffic parking control; proper disposition of expired individuals; conduct area personnel searches; effect proper arrests; provide access control; provide assistance as required requested from customers; respond to STAT's CODES, and emergency situations; and conduct required requested investigations to include follow –ups.
4.Performs administrative functions in respect to completing required reports / logs; obtaining statements; serving civil paper; conducting required inspections/surveys; the issue of parking citations; and required/requested investigation documentation.
5.Affects the timely resolution of situations, which will reduce overall liability, issues in the execution of required duties and responsibilities.
6.Maintains rapport with internal and external contacts at all levels of NHRMC and outside agencies to include state and local law enforcement agencies; other healthcare facilities, medical examiners, and recognized professional organizations to promote NHRMC's image and philosophy.
7.As required participates in the development of projects and study of specific issues requiring a proposal or concept.
8.Maintains proficiency in the knowledge of required duties procedures of the NHRMC Security Management Program to ensure compliance with JCAHO standards.
9.Must meet all training mandated by NC Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards annually to include training mandated by Special Police / NHRMC.
10. Demonstrates standard of performance (ownership, teamwork communication, compassion) that support patient satisfaction and principles of service excellence.
11. Performs other related duties as required.
ESSENTIAL JOB SPECIFICATIONS:
1.Education: High School / GED required. Associate degree or experience in related field preferred.
2.Licensure/Certifications: Company Police Agency: Sworn position IAW NC General Statutes Chapter 74E, must be able to be certified as Company Policy Officer within (1) year from hire date, valid NC drivers license required, and American heart Association, Heartsaver AED Certification required. NC Basic Law Enforcement Training Certification required if not sworn officer at time of hire. Crisis Prevention training preferred.
3.Experience: Recent (same year) Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) graduate or possesses a current probationary or general certification required. Minimum of one year in a law enforcement operational and/or administrative capacity or healthcare related environment preferred.
Police Officer, Police Officer I & Police Officer II - Sourcing Posting
High School Diploma or GED, successful completion of a TCOLE approved Basic Peace Officer Course, has passed TCOLE exam. Possess a valid Texas Class C driver’s license.
Must successfully pass the U.S. Department of Justice Security Risk Assessment. Must pass polygraph, background checks, drug testing, psychological and physical agility testing. Proficient with all equipment utilized in the performance of assigned duties, to include but not limited to firearms, restraints, less lethal force weapons and techniques, automobiles, communications equipment, personal computers, investigative and surveillance equipment.
To enforce the law, provide service, information and aid to all citizens as circumstances require, prevent crime, suppress disturbances, investigate criminal offenses, and arrest offenders. Responsible for enforcement duties for the protection, safety and welfare of students, employees, visitors, and all property within the area under the control and jurisdiction of The University of Texas System, including primary jurisdiction in all counties where the UT System has real property interest and secondary jurisdiction in all other Texas counties. Exercises independent judgment within the limits prescribed by law, Rules and Regulations of the Board of Regents, institutional rules and regulations and Director of Police departmental policies and procedures.
Department Marketing Statement
Police Department Mission:
The University of Texas Medical Branch Police Department strives to provide protection and service in a courteous manner to the faculty, staff, students, patients, and visitors of UTMB in conformance with the Regents rules and Regulations, UTMB policies, or federal, state, or local laws and ordinances. The Department also implements programs that are aimed at preserving the assets of UTMB.
Starting Pay for Police Officer: $40,000
Police Career Ladder:
Police Officer I: $47,000 (1 - year Police Officer experience)
Police Officer II: $52,800 (2 - 4 years Police Officer experience)
Police Officer II: $56,100 (5 - 7 years experience)
Police Officer II: $60,000 (8 - 10 years experience)
Police Officer II: $63,000 (11 + years of experience)
Police Officer II: $66,000 (20+ years of experience)
TCOLE Certification Incentive Pay up to $1,620 annually
Education Pay up to $1,140 annually
Must be willing to work assigned shift.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or University.
Preferred Work Experience
Responsible for enforcement duties for the protection, safety and welfare of students, employees, visitors, and all property within the area under the control and jurisdiction of The University of Texas System, including primary jurisdiction in all counties where the UT System has real property interest and secondary jurisdiction in all other Texas counties. Exercises independent judgment within the limits prescribed by law, rules and regulations of the board of Regents, institutional rules and regulations and Director of Police Departmental policies and procedures.
Holds a Peace Office Commission, issued by the Director of Police, The University of Texas System.
This position requires completion of the typing test with a score of at least 20 words per minute. You must complete this testing at the approved location prior to being considered for this position. If you are a current UTMB employee, you may still need to test if it has been longer than a year, or if your current position did not require scores of 20 words per minute or better.
Applicants may complete the typing and spelling tests at our Welcome Center at 2200 Market Street. Please call 409-747-4800 to schedule an appointment.
Your test scores will be kept on file for one year.
Equal Employment Opportunity
UTMB Health strives to provide equal opportunity employment without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information or veteran status. As a VEVRAA Federal Contractor, UTMB Health takes affirmative action to hire and advance women, minorities, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Full/Part Time:* Full-Time
Job Type:* Regular
Job Title:* Police Officer, Police Officer I & Police Officer II - Sourcing Posting
Job ID:* 61061
Business Unit:* CMPSS
Police Officer (Police Recruit)
Purpose of Classification:
The purpose of this classification is to protect life and property, to deter criminal activity, and to enforce all local, state and federal laws, statutes and regulations. Incumbents in this classification are attending the police academy and are under the direct supervision of a field training officer.
The following duties are normal for this position. The omission of specific statements of the duties does not exclude them from the classification if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment for this classification. Other duties may be required and assigned.
Attends training sessions as required to gain skills and knowledge regarding department operations, job performance, and policies, procedures, codes, and criminal/civil case law; reads professional literature and training materials; completes tests and skills assessments; and obtains and maintains professional affiliations.
Enforces all applicable codes, ordinances, laws and regulations (both traffic and criminal) in order to protect life and property, prevent crime, and promote security.
Detects and deters criminal activity; patrols designated areas; responds to calls relayed by dispatchers; writes citations; apprehends, arrests and processes criminals, fugitives and offenders as appropriate; and provides assistance and backup support to other officers and agencies as necessary.
Conducts preliminary investigations; interviews victims, complainants and witnesses and takes statements; gathers information and evidence; secures crime scenes; prepares investigative reports and sketches; participates in court activities; and testifies in judicial proceedings.
Performs rescue functions at accidents, emergencies, and disasters, which may include lifting, dragging or carrying people away from dangerous situations, securing/evacuating people from particular areas, administering medical aid, or extinguishing small fires.
Performs other duties including monitoring and responding to calls for assistance, investigating accidents and reported crimes, interviewing citizens, conducting searches, pursuing fleeing and subduing resisting suspects, effecting arrests, and processing and transporting prisoners.
Follows safety procedures, utilizes safety equipment, and monitors work environment to ensure safety of employees and other individuals; performs driving functions in a safe and efficient manner under various conditions, including day/night hours, in congested traffic, in adverse weather conditions, and in emergency situations involving speeds in excess of posted limits; inspects and maintains assigned police vehicle, uniform, weapons, and equipment.
Creates/maintains positive public relations with the general public; and provides education and information to the public on laws, law enforcement, crime prevention, drug abuse, and related issues.
Communicates via telephone and/or two-way radio; and communicates effectively and coherently over law enforcement radio channels while initiating and responding to radio communications.
Attends shift meetings, training sessions and seminars as required to remain knowledgeable of departmental operations, to promote improved job performance, and to stay current with changing policies, procedures, codes, and criminal/civil case law; reads professional literature; and maintains professional affiliations.
Operates or uses various equipment associated with law enforcement in order to complete work assignments; operates and maintains police vehicle, firearms, electronic control device, emergency equipment, radio/communications equipment and other law enforcement tools and equipment.
High school diploma or GED required; must be a U.S. citizen and be at least 20 years of age; previous work experience preferred.
Specific License or Certification Required: Must possess and maintain a valid Georgia driver's license.
Evaluation will consist of: Education, Experience, Driver's License, MVR Review, Drug Screening, Physical Agility, Polygraph/Background Investigation/Fingerprints, Oral Interview, Psychological Testing.
Background. The backgrounds of applicants for public safety positions are checked through the Georgia Crime Information Center and the National Crime Information Center.
Previous tickets, misdemeanor arrests and/or convictions will be evaluated on an individual basis and do not necessarily eliminate you from further consideration of employment. An extensive background examination will include personal and employment reference checks, inquiries into your personal behavior including a review of any past drug or alcohol abuse, and military record (if applicable). A physical, drug screen, polygraph, and psychological exam are also required. For Police Officers, POST certification guidelines specify any convictions of theft, violation of controlled substance laws, sexual offenses, or three or more misdemeanors in the immediate past five years (to include reckless driving, DUI, homicide by vehicle, serious injury by vehicle, fleeing/attempting to elude a police officer, or impersonating a law enforcement officer) are grounds for disqualification.
Training. All persons hired as sworn Police, including those with previous experience, are placed in a training academy.
Police also have an on-the-job field training program. These academies are both physically and mentally demanding. You will be required to take multiple written exams of which a predetermined number of test failures result in termination of employment. You will also be required to pass a pre-employment physical agility test to gain entrance into the academy and must pass a post academy physical agility test to graduate from the academy.
Shift Work. DeKalb Police Officers are required to work rotating shifts and have rotating days off. Police Officers are also subject to assignment at any precinct within DeKalb County.
Duties. Police Officers personnel perform a variety of tasks beyond law enforcement and/or responding to fires such as rendering first aid at emergency scenes and responding to automobile accidents or other emergencies where life and property are in jeopardy or where hazardous chemicals may be present.
Environment. If employed, you will be required to work outdoors in all kinds of weather.
You will be required to work in hot and humid conditions, outside, inside, as well as other unpleasant environments/conditions. Police will spend shifts patrolling in a squad car by him/herself.
Police Officer (Patrol Officer Recruit) - Range 35 / APD
Open to the general public and any current Municipal employee.
This announcement is for the recruitment of Police Officers. Applicants who are successful in the testing and selection process may be added to the eligibility list to be considered for positions that become available in the future.
This position is represented by the Anchorage Police Department Employees Association (APDEA) and is subject to the provisions of the current contract between the Municipality of Anchorage and the APDEA.
DEPARTMENT: Anchorage Police Department
HOURS OF WORK: 40 per week; Shifts Vary
LOCATION OF WORK: 4501 Elmore Road, Anchorage, AK
Example of Duties:
Enforcement of all criminal and traffic laws including the identification and apprehension of violators. Perform a variety of crime prevention and enforcement duties as assigned.
Respond to complaints and requests for Police assistance and intervene in various situations as required. Enforce traffic regulations, direct traffic, investigate collisions and complete detailed collision reports. Conduct preliminary investigations; collect and preserve evidence.
Maintain records and daily reports; prepare cases for court testimony. Testify in court as required. Coordinate with other agencies as required.
The duties and requirements of a Police Officer include, but may not be limited to, performance of the following activities: use of firearms, driving emergency vehicles, handcuffing prisoners, administering first aid, rescue operations, lifting and carrying 0-70 lbs, directing traffic, subdue prisoners, pursue suspects, walking-lateral mobility, walking over rough terrain, bending, stooping, crouching, sitting, standing, standing for long periods, kneeling, twisting body, pushing, pulling, running, sense of touch, reaching, gripping hands and fingers, climbing stairs, climbing ladders, hearing alarms, hearing voice conversation, color identification, close vision, far vision, side vision-depth perception, night vision, maintaining balance, finger dexterity, speaking English, physically control combative and disruptive persons.
Physical audio / visual requirements include normal color discrimination, normal binocular coordination, normal peripheral vision, and corrected visual acuity of 20/30 or better in each eye. Normal color discrimination is defined as having the ability to discern the primary safety colors of red, green and yellow. Requires normal hearing or having no hearing defect which would adversely affect performance as a Police Officer.
Minimum Qualifications / Substitutions / Preferences:
Must be a citizen of the USA at time of application
High school diploma, GED, or equivalent
Must be at least 21 years old by date of hire
Must possess a valid State of Alaska Driver's license by time of hire
Must meet Alaska Police Standards Council (APSC) and Anchorage Police Department (APD) standards regarding misdemeanor and/or felony convictions, traffic violations and use of controlled substances. Such as:
No criminal convictions after reaching the age of 21
Convictions under age 21 will be individually assessed
No marijuana use within the past three (3) years
Refer to the Background Investigation information in the Notice Section for further, specific details.
Must be able to obtain APSC certification within 13 months of hire (AS 18.65.240).
Applicants for this position will possess the following qualities:
Unquestionable character and integrity
Free of cultural and ethnic bias
Strong ethical code in both personal and professional life
Desire to diligently protect and serve the community through courage, compassion and respect
Personal conduct above reproach
All position-required licenses or certifications must remain current for the duration of employment.
Additional Important Information:
TESTING INFORMATION AND NOTIFICATION:
Applicants who meet the minimum qualifications, have acceptable employment records, and meet Municipal standards related to driving guidelines and criminal conviction history may be invited to participate in the Police Officer Testing process.
Applicants invited to test will be notified of the testing dates, times, and locations via email and/or phone. Ensure the email and phone number provided on the application are valid and current. Testing notifications will only be sent to the email address listed on the application.
An APD Police Officer is a professional and highly sought after position. Applicants should consider every step in the process as part of a professional job interview.
Appearance and conduct during the process should exude professionalism. Applicants with unprofessional attire, such as jeans, shorts, t-shirts, or tennis shoes, may be turned away from testing or disqualified. This does not apply to the physical ability testing; appropriate workout clothing is required for this test.
If during any portion of the application, entry level testing or background process it is discovered that the applicant falsified any material fact, or intentionally omitted or modified material facts, the applicant will not be eligible to re-apply or be considered for any position with the Anchorage Police Department.
Entry Testing Information:
All applicants must pass the entry level Police test by I/O Solutions. The written test is the National Criminal Justice Officer Selection Inventory Integrity 2 (NCJOSI2). For information regarding the written test, study guides and practice tests, go to www.publicsafetyrecruitment.com. Any cost related to this information is at the expense of the applicant.
Applicants must meet the minimum passing score to be advanced to the Physical Ability Test. NCJOSI2 test results are valid for two (2) years. Unsuccessful applicants are not eligible to re-apply for six (6) months from the date of testing.
Physical Ability Testing (PAT) Information:
For detailed information regarding these tests, refer to the APD recruitment website at: http://www.muni.org/departments/police/joinapd/Pages/default.aspx
Sit-ups: This test measures muscular endurance of the abdominal musculature and will count the number of correct sit-ups completed in a one-minute duration. Applicants must complete 27 sit-ups in one (1) minute to pass.
Push-ups: This test measures muscular endurance of the upper body and will count the number of correct push-ups completed. Applicants must complete 15 push-ups to pass.
300 Meter Run: This test measures anaerobic power and will measure the time required to sprint 300 meters. Applicants must complete the course in 65.2 seconds to pass.
1 ½ Mile Run: This test provides an estimate of the cardio- respiratory fitness level and will measure the time required to run 1.5 miles. Applicants must complete the run in 15 minutes and 17 seconds to pass.
Applicants must successfully complete the Physical Ability Test in order to continue in the selection process. Unsuccessful applicants may retake the test after 30 days. Unsuccessful applicants can only test a total of three (3) times within a one (1) year period.
CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT – BACKGROUND PHASE:
Applicants who successfully complete the Physical Ability Test will be given a "Conditional Offer of Employment". The six (6) Steps and conditions of employment are listed below.
Step 1: Preliminary Interview:
The preliminary interview is a structured interview focused on behavior relevant to the essential job elements required for the position of Police Officer. The applicant's interview skills, employment history, driving history, illegal substance abuse history and other relevant information will be assessed to determine if the applicant meets Anchorage Police Department standards.
Step 2: Background Investigations:
The Background Investigation is a critical examination of an applicant's past work and personal history. The Background Investigation phase takes the majority of time in the application process.
Applicants who are not successful during the Background Investigation phase are eligible to re-apply two (2) years from the date of the conditional offer unless otherwise indicated.
If during any portion of the process/background investigation it is discovered the applicant committed an act or acts which would constitute felonious conduct under Statutes, except the specific exclusions regarding simple possession and/or use of a controlled substance, the applicant will not be eligible to re-apply or be considered for any position with the Anchorage Police Department.
The investigation consists of:
Criminal and civil history checks
Driving history checks
Credit history checks
Secondary developed references
Eliminating Factors are listed below. Includes but is not limited to:
Conviction of a felony crime by a civilian court of a US State, Federal Court, Territory, or Military Court or any other Country for an offense which would be classified as a felony under Alaska Statue.
Misdemeanor criminal conviction after 21 years of age.
Misdemeanor criminal convictions that occur before 21 years of age will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
Illegally manufactured, transported or possessed with intent to sell or distribute, or who has sold a controlled substance and/or an imitation controlled substance, unless under 21 years of age and the act occured more than 10 years before the date of hire.
Illegally used any controlled substance, other than marijuana, including scheduled prescription medications not prescribed to you within five (5) years of the date of application (unless under the age of 21 at the time).
Used marijuana to any degree within three (3) years of the date of application, regardless of marijuana's legal status at the time.
To any degree, used an illegal controlled substance while employed as a certified Municipal, State, or Federal peace officer, or correctional officer.
Step 3: Psychological Assessment:
The Psychological Assessment is a two-part process, and is used to determine suitability for the position. The first part is a written exam, and the second part is an interview with a State of Alaska licensed Psychologist. The written exam can take approximately 4 – 6 hours to complete.
Applicants must successfully complete the Psychological Assessment in order to continue in the selection process. Unsuccessful applicants may re-apply after two (2) years.
Step 4: Polygraph Examination:
Successful applicants will be required to submit to a Polygraph Examination.
Applicants must successfully complete the Polygraph Examination in order to continue in the selection process. Unsuccessful applicants may re-apply after two (2) years.
Step 5: Command Review and Chief's Selection:
After passing all previous steps and phases, applicant files will be forwarded to a command review, where a panel of no less than three command level officers will review applicant files before they are forwarded to the Chief for final selection. Unsuccessful applicants may re-apply after two (2) years.
Step 6: FINAL CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT:
The Municipal Employment Office will contact the selected applicants to make a final conditional offer of employment. The final conditional offer of employment is based upon successful completion of the remaining conditions of employment:
Medical examination by an MOA designated licensed physician to determine if the applicant is physically sound and free from physical defects that would adversely affect the performance of duties required by a Police Officer.
Satisfactory passing a drug screen
Submission of a current copy of the applicants State of Alaska Driver's License
Submission of a current (dated within 30 days from the date requested) copy of his/her Department of Motor Vehicle driving record, including a driving record from previous states if the Alaska Driver's License was first issued within one year prior to application, documenting an acceptable driving history. The processing fee(s) are the responsibility of the selected applicant.
For information on acceptable driving history, please refer to the MOA Driving Conviction Guidelines.
All information from pre-employment examinations are the property of the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA) and are confidential. Copies of any pre-employment examinations will not be provided to the applicant by the MOA or the medical provider.
Selected applicants must successfully complete these remaining conditions in order to be hired. Unsuccessful applicants may re-apply after two (2) years from the date of the conditional offer.
The Municipality Of Anchorage participates in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security E-verify Program.
For more information, please go to http://www.uscis.gov/E-verify. E-Verify® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Veterans who wish to be considered for interview preference as allowed in the Personnel Rules 3.30.031 D must attach a copy of their DD Form 214 to the application. The DD Form 214 must show an honorable discharge. Minimum Qualifications of the position must be met for preference consideration.
The Municipality of Anchorage is an Employer of National Service. Please be sure to include any volunteer work with AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, or other national service programs on your application in the work history portion.
Once an applicant clicks on the "Apply" link underneath the header section of a vacancy announcement, they will be directed to the www.GovernmentJobs.com website to log into their existing account (or to create an account) of their application profile. Applicants will create or review their profile, make any updates necessary, and submit their application from their personal account.
NOTE: The GovernmentJobs website and applicant's profile accounts are not administered by the Municipality of Anchorage. For technical assistance or customer service regarding an account profile, applicants may contact the GovernmentJobs customer support line at 1-855-524-5627.
For general questions regarding Municipal vacancy announcements or the employment process with the Municipality of Anchorage, applicants may contact the Employee Relations Department at (907) 343-4447 during regular business hours of Monday – Friday 8:00am-5:00pm, Alaska Time.
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Police Patrol Officer Recruit
Patrols an assigned district during one of three shifts to enforce the ordinances and statutes of the City of Hampton and State of Virginia. May be assigned to various units within the Hampton Police Division.
Examples of Duties
Patrols an assigned district within the City of Hampton using a patrol car or on foot to prevent crime or disturbance of peace and arrest violators. Familiarizes self with housing, businesses and persons within the district.
Notices suspicious persons and unusual conditions and makes preliminary investigations. Examines premises of unoccupied buildings and checks doors and windows for security. Reports hazards that endanger public safety such as malfunctioning traffic signals, damaged utility structures, etc.
Acknowledges radio transmissions relaying citizens complaints and proceeds to location. Answers complaints from citizens such as domestic quarrels, fights, vandalism, etc., then takes necessary corrective action.
Investigates missing persons and watches for runaways and truants. Watches for and makes recovery of lost and stolen property and vehicles. Disperses unruly crowds at public gatherings. Inspects public establishments requiring licenses and ensure compliance with relevant rules and regulations.
Serves warrants and summons. Arrests violators for misdemeanors and felonies.
Accompanies prisoners to headquarters or jail, and makes report of events leading to and surrounding arrest. Confers with Commonwealth Attorney to coordinate courtroom testimony. Appears in court as arresting officer.
Investigates traffic accidents and renders first aid to injured. Directs and re routes traffic around accidents or other disruptions.
Issues tickets to traffic violators. Checks abandoned vehicles and calls for tow truck. Provide, escort for funerals, parades and shipment of currency. Transports emergency blood vials from hospital to hospital.
Provides public with general information on laws, ordinances, and services of the City and State. Provides directions to lost persons and motorists.
Renders aid to persons locked out of home or vehicle. Ascertains information from citizens to aid in investigation of crime.
May be assigned to various units within the Division including Crime Prevention, Training, Administration, Investigations, and Special Investigations Unit (SIU). Learns the purpose and operation of assigned unit. Assists senior officers in completion of unit's official duties and responsibilities. During an assigned shift, may maintain a limited caseload of investigations, as needed.
Performs other related duties as required.
Graduation from an accredited high school course of study or successful completion of a GED; college level course work in Police Science or related field of study preferred; ability to be courteous yet firm with the public; must be alert, and possess ability to understand and carry out complex oral and written instructions; good skills of observation and memory; excellent moral character; good physical condition. Must pass City physical examination, background investigation (to include polygraph examination), and physical agility examination; must be at least twenty (20) years of age at time of application. Must possess and maintain a valid motor vehicle operator's license and must have a satisfactory driver's record based on the City of Hampton's criteria.
Entry level position. Requires attendance at Police Academy and period of probationary status prior to permanent appointment.
Receives supervision through specific instructions and daily evaluations by a senior officer, usually a Corporal or Sergeant. This may involve an element of personal danger during the arrest of persons who violate city ordinances and state laws. May be rotated to other Patrol Officer positions within the Police Department.
May be required to complete follow up investigations of criminal violations, and/or assignments in other units of the Police Division. This is a non-exempt position.
Job Description: Benefits Supplemental Questions
In accordance with Local Ordinances, State Statutes, Federal Law and established departmental policies, procedures, and guidelines, performs a wide variety of police and law enforcement activities that include an element of personal danger and exposure to adverse conditions. Duties are primarily service oriented and include dispensing information, arbitrating disputes, providing assistance through referrals, property protection, crime prevention and investigation, apprehending criminals, directing traffic, and other public safety services.
Maintain continuous preventative patrol in assigned area of the City, patrolling residential and/or business areas for detection of violators, initiating contacts with both business operators and residents, and maintaining open communications within the community.
Respond immediately to calls for police service, attempt to resolve domestic disputes, disturbances and other incidents through counseling, referral or other peaceful means, settle disputes among neighbors, juveniles or other groups, and resolve any and all complaints from citizens of the community.
Maintain the peace and security of the community, respond to public disturbances, and maintain civil obedience at group functions.
Render miscellaneous police services such as providing information and/or assistance to the public, informing citizens of available services in the community, promoting crime prevention through community and educational programs, making presentations to public and local organizations concerning crime prevention and related police matters, locating and reporting fires and fire hazards, defective water or gas mains, sidewalk and highway defects or obstructions and defective street lights, and checking licenses and permits as necessary.
Provide for the safe and convenient flow of traffic and pedestrians within the City, investigate traffic accidents and enforces traffic violations, conduct driver intoxication investigations, and promote vehicular and pedestrian safety.
Conduct preliminary investigations of crimes, protect crime scenes, perform surveillance, and conduct follow-up investigations.
Enforce laws and ordinances within assigned area of duty, make felony and misdemeanor arrests, and issue appearance notices and traffic citations.
Complete and submit written reports, forms and other documents as required prior to going off-duty unless otherwise directed by a superior officer.
Testify in criminal and civil court proceedings and give depositions.
Maintain a consistent and reliable attendance.
Perform other duties that are within the scope of responsibilities applicable to the level of work performed by employees in positions covered by this classification specification, as required by competent authority.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED
Must be a citizen of the United States and at least 21 years of age at the time of application.
Must be of high moral character and free of any felony, serious misdemeanor or domestic abuse conviction.
The City of Racine has no residency requirements for employees.
Out-of-State certified officers are required to successfully complete the Wisconsin Reciprocity Exam prior to the Police and Fire Commission Interviews.
You must possess the following:
High School Diploma or GED and sixty (60) semester credits of post-high school education at an accredited university, college, or technical school by the date of application
General knowledge of laws and ordinances of the State of Wisconsin and the City of Racine, with the ability to develop a working knowledge of departmental rules, regulations, policies, and procedures
Ability to communicate effectively with superiors, subordinates, and the general public, with the ability to exercise discretion
Ability to analyze situations quickly and objectively, and to determine the proper course of action within the established framework of policies and procedures
Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions
Ability to work effectively under stressful conditions and maintain composure under emergency situations
Skill in operating a motor vehicle under adverse conditions
Ability to care for and safely operate a variety of firearms and chemical agents
Must be able to learn the geography of the City and its surrounding communities.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND REQUIREMENTS OF THE POSITION:
Weight must be proportionate to height, vision must be correctable to 20/20 in both eyes, with glasses or contact lenses, and must have acceptable sensory capabilities in hearing and olfactory senses.
Tasks involve the regular, and at times sustained, performance of heavier physical tasks such as walking over rough or uneven surfaces, bending, stooping, working in confined spaces, lifting or carrying moderately heavy (20 to 50 pounds) items and occasionally very heavy (100 pounds or over) items. Climbing ladders, jumping fences, grappling with suspects, running for long distances, and moving from extended sitting to quick activity.
ENVIRONMENTAL/WORKING CONDITIONS OF THE POSITION
Requires performing work in adverse environmental conditions.
Motor vehicles, firearms, baton, handcuffs, chemical agents, keyboard, computer, radios, and telephone.
RACINE POLICE DEPARTMENT APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:
Print the following pages for future reference
Fill out application completely (leaving no blank spaces, NA if it does not apply)
Be sure to read the acknowledgement at the end of the application and click on the "submit" button (this is your electronic signature)
You may mail, drop off, or E-Script your official transcripts to:
City of Racine
Attn: Human Resources
730 Washington Avenue, Room 204
Racine, WI 53403
APPLICATION/OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS DEADLINE:
November 1, 2018
(Electronic application and Official Transcripts (or E-Script) must be received in our office by 4:55pm on this date.)
Be citizens of the United States
Be at least 21 years of age at time of application
Must have at least sixty (60) semester credits of post-high school education at accredited university, college, or technical school at time of application
Be of high moral character; convictions of any felony or serious misdemeanor crimes will disqualify applicants
Out-of-State certified officers are required to successfully complete the Wisconsin Reciprocity Exam prior to the Police and Fire Commission Interviews
Possess a valid driver's license upon appointment
Weight must be proportional to height
Vision must be correctable to 20/20 (in both eyes) with contact lenses
Conviction of a domestic violence related offense. Conviction of any of the following traffic offenses within the past three years: operating while intoxicated, hit and run, and license revocation related offenses.
The Racine Police Department has started the process of establishing an eligibility list for 2018. Please print instructions and following pages for your future reference.
Please read the following requirements:
Step 1. Application
(NeoGov) link to application if current job opening
Failure to fill out the application completely, answering every question with an answer or NA (Not Applicable), may remove you from further consideration. If you have any questions as to what this means, please call one of the numbers given at the end of this letter.
You are required to click the submit button at the end of the application, verifying the truthfulness of the information contained on each page. If you do not "submit" (this is your electronic signature) verifying this information, you will be disqualified.
2.Official College Transcript(s).
You must submit a certified college transcript(s) or E-Script. If you do not understand what a 'certified' transcript is, please contact us. Contact your school as soon as possible to make sure they are submitted by the due date.
If you prefer your transcript(s) be mailed directly to you, do not open them but submit them to us in the sealed school envelope with your application, before the deadline. If the transcript(s) is opened, it is no longer considered certified and will not be accepted, disqualifying you from the process.
If you prefer the school mail your transcript(s) directly to us, be sure to indicate that in the supplemental question area of the application.
You must have 60 semester credits at the time of application and this must be verified in order for your application to be accepted and for you to continue in the process.
If your transcript(s) is not in our office by the deadline, you will not be allowed to continue in the process and will be disqualified.
If you applied for the previous Police Recruitment for the City of Racine and you provided transcripts to the Human Resources office, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to state that your transcripts are still valid from the previous recruitment.
If you have any Military credits, please speak to your Base Supervisor. We will need a break-down of all the classes/credits you received.
REMEMBER: The application must be completed in its entirety and submitted electronically no later than Thursday, November 1, 2018 at 4:55pm.
Changes in any vital information after the application has been submitted (i.e., legal name change, address or phone, etc.) must be e-mailed to email@example.com, or delivered or mailed to:
City of Racine
Attn: Human Resources
730 Washington Avenue, Room 204
Racine, WI 53403
The information you provide during the recruitment process will be used to assist members of the Racine Police Department throughout the entire recruitment process. Your file will be forwarded to the Racine Police and Fire Commission for their review.
Any negative facts in your background will be evaluated in terms of the circumstances and facts surrounding their occurrence. These facts will then be considered as to the degree of relevance they may have to the job of a police officer.
The recruitment group is comprised of members of the police department with varying ranks, experiences, and assignments. These members will be available to assist you at the agility course and during other phases of the recruitment process. A complete list of members and their hours and phone numbers will be available during the agility portion of the process.
Any written communications relative to the recruitment process should be addressed to:
City of Racine
Attn: Human Resources
730 Washington Avenue, Room 204
Racine, WI 53403
Human Resources Manager
(262) 636-9175 phone
2018 - 2019 RECRUITMENT PROCESS STEPS
Step 1. Application
(NeoGov) link to application if current job opening
Step 2. Screening
The screening is performed by Human Resources to determine that you are not automatically disqualified based upon some of your application answers.
Step 3. Written Test
Step 4. Panel Interview
Candidates that pass the written exam will be scheduled for an interview with staff members from the Racine Police Department. Your qualifications, communication skills, and many other job related factors will be evaluated relating to your suitability and fitness to begin a police career with the Racine Police Department.
Step 5. Evaluation of Candidates
Training Unit staff members will evaluate candidates and prepare the PFC Packets.
Step 6. PFC (POLICE, FIRE COMMISSION) Interviews
Step 7. Background Investigations
Step 8. Chief's Interview - Shift Experience Ride-a-long
Step 9. Conditional Offer
Step 10. Medical Exam
Step 11. Psychological Examination
Step 12. Physical Agility Test
Administered by the GTC Academy staff pursuant to L.E.S.B. rules
Step 13. Swearing-In
You will be sworn in by the Chief of Police at the Racine Police Department.
- $55,827.20 annual salary figure is based on 2018 RPA contract for Police Officer starting wage.
Police Officer (Lateral Or Academy-Trained)
Are you interested in a law enforcement career at one of the State's most progressive police departments? The City of Ventura is accepting applications for Lateral or Academy-Trained Police Officers to join our innovative team. If you are currently a sworn peace officer, have completed a California POST Certified Basic Academy, or are currently enrolled in a California POST Certified Basic Academy program and are within three months of graduation, consider joining our innovative team and apply on-line today at www.cityofventura.ca.gov/jobs.
For additional information regarding the Ventura Police Department, please visit our website at: https://www.cityofventura.ca.gov/816/Police-Department.
Applications are being accepted continuously and recruitment may close at any time.
Under general supervision, performs regular law enforcement, criminal investigation, crime prevention, and traffic control and enforcement duties. May perform duties in specialty assignments such as: motorcycle officer, K-9, major crimes investigations, special investigation, SWAT and field tactical units. This position wears a uniform and works rotating shifts, including evenings, weekends, holidays, and is subject to call-back.
The eligibility list being established will be used to fill future vacancies in conjuction with other related eligibility lists.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES
Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Responds to public service calls, crime victims, traffic hazards, stray animal reports and other related misdemeanors and felony incidents. Handles radio and telephone dispatches and appears at scenes of disorder and crime.
Patrols assigned areas in police car to enforce law and provide protection to citizens and property. Discovers and prevents the commission of crimes and enforces laws and ordinances.
Acts as desk officer on assigned shift and receives complaints. Dispatches personnel and equipment. Directs and controls traffic, crowds, bicyclists, skateboarders and special event congestion, or other emergency situations.
Responds to and investigates traffic accidents. Interviews witnesses and obtains information.
Enforces traffic and parking regulations. Issues citations and/or makes arrests as needed.
Investigates all crimes involving property, violence, narcotics, burglary, grand theft, automobiles, stolen or counterfeit checks or credit cards, felony identity and forgery crimes, embezzlements, and any fraud resulting in economic loss. Conducts initial crime investigations, interviewing and arresting persons suspected of committing criminal acts. Searches suspects, vehicles, residences, buildings, open outside areas such as fields, riverbeds, hillsides, and schools for evidence, contraband and lost or missing persons.
Directs and controls traffic, crowds, bicyclists, skateboarders, and parade congestion during special events or other emergency situations. Responds to and investigates traffic accidents. Interviews witnesses and obtains information.
Serves arrest warrants and subpoenas. Makes arrests for crimes committed.
Controls and mitigates people under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. Assists in receiving, searching, booking, fingerprinting, and supervision of prisoners. Testifies in juvenile, civil, traffic, and municipal courts, and at parole and DMV hearings.
Processes and stores evidence and property found at various crime scenes. Maintains records and enters data into computer.
Obtains criminal intelligence information relating to criminal activities. Conducts information searches.
Enforces vehicle codes; provides traffic related education; manages sobriety checkpoints/saturation patrols; and investigates serious and fatal injury collision investigations.
May provide emergency first aid to victims at emergency scenes until medical personnel arrive. May utilize a trained dog in the enforcement of City laws and regulations. May work as a motorcycle officer.
Prepares a variety of written reports on activities and operations, such as accident reports, court reports and operational reports.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
License: Possession of a valid California Class C driver's license and acceptable driving record are required at time of hire.
Certificate: Possession of a California POST "Basic" certificate is required at time of hire.
Environment: works in an emergency peace control environment, in seasonal climate and weather conditions; works on slippery, uneven and rough surfaces, and in conditions where dust, dirt and odors are frequently encountered; works with noise of traffic and police radio; works under pressure of emergency conditions and highly emotional and stressful situations; drives a vehicle; works rotating shifts, evenings, weekends, and holidays; and subject to call-back, on-call and mandatory court appearances outside of normal working hours. Physical Abilities: hearing and speaking to exchange information in person, on telephone, or at formal presentations; bilateral vision of at least 20/100 corrected to 20/30 (no limit on uncorrected distance visual acuity with soft contact lenses, provided that lenses have been worn at least one year prior to hire); ability to distinguish colors; ability to hear in the normal audio range; audio-visual discrimination and perception for making observations; sitting, standing, walking or driving for prolonged periods of time; constant arm and leg movements; kneels, crouches, bends, stoops, lifts, runs, squats, jumps and climbs; lifts pushes and pulls 50 pounds when responding to emergency lifesaving situation; dexterity of both hands and fingers to operate weapons and discharge firearms; mental capability to observe and interpret people and situations; and react quickly to emergency situations. Hazards: exposed to blood, body fluids and communicable diseases; unpredictable, potentially violent and hostile situations and persons; gunfire and other weapons; traffic accidents, smoke, fumes and fire; and to computer screens.
A combination of education, training and experience equivalent to completion of high school. College coursework in behavioral or social science, criminal justice, or a related field is desirable, and the following requirements must be met:
LATERAL applicants: Must possess a California POST Basic, Intermediate or Advanced Certificate and have one year experience as a Police Officer with a California agency.
ACADEMY-TRAINED applicants: Must have successfully completed a California POST Certified Basic Academy.
ACADEMY-IN-PROCESS applicants: Must be currently enrolled in a California POST Certified Basic Academy program and be within three months of graduation.
Background Information: Right to Work:
Before employment, candidates must submit documentation verifying legal right to work in the United States. Background Check: A pre-employment verification of background, references, and medical examination, including psychological and polygraph exams, will be conducted.
A drug screening may be required for some positions. Probationary Period:Twelve months for Lateral Police Officer; eighteen months for Academy-Trained Police Officer.
POLICE OFFICER COMPENSATION
Upon completion of the academy, and appointment as a Police Officer, candidates will be eligible for the following compensation package:
Salary: $6,357.47 to $7,727.58 per month.
Educational Incentive: After completion of probation, 5% of base pay for an AA degree or intermediate POST certificate or 10.24% for a BA degree or Advanced POST certificate.
Bilingual Pay: $50 per pay period for demonstrated proficiency in a second language.
Uniform Allowance: $550 per year. All uniforms, including safety vests, are provided.
Deferred Compensation: A Section 457 plan is available.
Medical/Dental Insurance: Up to $1,040 monthly towards a selection of plans.
Medical insurance is effective the first of the month after date of hire. Dental insurance is effective the first of the second month after date of hire.
Optional Benefits Program: $462 monthly, which may be applied toward medical insurance premiums. Cash-out option is not available.
Vision Insurance: City paid coverage for employees and their dependents. Vision insurance is effective the first of the month after date of hire.
Life Insurance: City paid term life insurance of $10,000.
Retirement: Employees are covered by the CalPERS retirement system. If you are a CalPERS retiree, please contact CalPERS to discuss the impact that employment in this position would have on your pension benefit.
Tier I – 3% @ 50/Single Highest Year of Compensation Period for Classic CalPERS members who were hired prior to July 24, 2011, or who worked for the City prior to July 24, 2011 and are returning to City employment. Employees make a 4.5% member contribution and 4.5% of the employer's share, and may be subject to compensation limits per Section 401(a)(17) of the IRC.
The City will contribute 4.5% of the member contribution and report the value to CalPERS as pensionable income. Tier II – 3% @ 55/Single Highest Year of Compensation Period for employees hired on or after July 24, 2011 and prior to January 01, 2013, and for employees hired on or after January 01, 2013 who are considered Classic CalPERS members with less than a six-month break in service from another CalPERS or CalPERS'-reciprocal agency. Employees make a 4.5% member contribution and 4.5% of the employer's share, and may be subject to compensation limits per Section 401(a)(17) of the IRC.
The City will contribute 4.5% of the member contribution and report the value to CalPERS as pensionable income. Tier III – 2.7% @ 57/ Highest Three Consecutive Years of Compensation for employees hired on or after January 01, 2013 who are considered, "New Members." Employees will pay an 11.5% member contribution in accordance with Government Code Section 7522.30, and are subject to compensation limits per Government Code Section 7522.10. Additional details regarding the City's retirement plan will be provided to candidates during the job offer process.
Social Security: CalPERS members do not participate in Social Security retirement so there is no payroll deduction.
Receiving a CalPERS benefit may affect your Social Security upon retirement. For further information contact a Social Security office or www.socialsecurity.gov/form1945.
Medicare: Employees participate only in the Medicare portion of Social Security. There is a 1.45% payroll deduction for this benefit.
Holiday and Vacation: 22 days per year of combined holiday and vacation. Employees may cash out 120 hours of holiday time annually.
Personal Leave: 35 hours per calendar year.
Sick Leave: 8 hours accrued per month, up to 1,440 hours; 25% will be paid out at retirement with 10 years service.
Tuition Reimbursement: $2,500 per year for tuition and books for courses taken at accredited institution after completion of probationary period.
Direct Deposit: Paychecks are automatically deposited to employee accounts.
Workweek: Officers in Field Services work 12 hours per day, 3 days per week.
Wellness Program: A comprehensive program is available, including on-site gym, exercise classes, downtown/beach walking routes, weight loss, and tips on nutrition and healthy lifestyle.
Submit a City application and a copy of your California POST "Basic" certificate or a letter from the California POST Certified Basic Academy program stating your anticipated date of completion. The preferred method of application is on-line and you are highly encouraged to apply at www.cityofventura.ca.gov/jobs.
If you are unable to apply electronically, you may request paper applications materials by calling (805) 654-7853 during regular business hours. Paper applications can be FAXed to (805) 648-4467, or mailed or hand delivered to City Hall at: 501 Poli Street, Room 210; Ventura, CA 93001.
NOTE: After you apply, all future correspondence from the City will be via e-mail.
Please keep your contact information up-to-date and ensure that your email spam filter allows you to receive messages from firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also view notices sent to you by the City in the "My Applications" tab at www.cityofventura.ca.gov/jobs.
All applicants meeting the minimum requirements will have their names certified to the eligibility list and forwarded to the Police Department for further consideration.
Additional selection and hiring components include: department selection interview, physical agility assessment*, polygraph, background investigation, post-offer psychological and medical examinations.
The physical agility assessment consists of the following components:
Agility Run: Run a 99-yard course with abrupt changes in lateral and vertical movement
Dummy Drag: Lift and drag a 165 pound dummy 21 feet.
Fence Climb/Run: Run 25 yards, climb a six foot high chain-link fence, continue running 5 yards.
Fence Climb/Run: Run 25 yards, climb a six foot high solid fence, continue running 5 yards.
500 Yard Run: Run 500 yards with no obstacles.
- LATERAL POLICE OFFICER SIGNING BONUS ELIGIBILITY:
- $5,000.00 signing bonus is available for applications submitted between 7/2/2018 and 6/30/2019 AND subsequently hired by the City. Please contact Human Resources for additional information.
The City of Ventura is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We promote equal employment opportunity to all qualified applicants without regard to age, race, color, religious creed, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, marital status, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, gender, gender identity, gender expression, and military and veteran status.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), if you need an accommodation in a selection process, please notify the Human Resources Department in writing by the final filing date of the position you are interested in. The Human Resources address is: 501 Poli Street, Room 210, Ventura, CA 93001, (805) 654-7853, e-mail: email@example.com.
Click on a link below to apply for this position:
Police Officer I (Announcement Only)
Patrols a designated area of the City on foot, on a radio-equipped motorcycle, or in a radio-equipped car to preserve law and order, to prevent and discover the commission of crime, to direct traffic and to enforce motor vehicle operation and parking regulations;
Answers calls and complaints involving fire, automobile accidents, robberies, neighborhood disturbances and other misdemeanors and felonies;
Secures the scene of a crime, administers first aid, conducts preliminary investigations, gathers evidence, obtains witnesses and makes arrests;
Testifies as a witness in court in connection with arrests and citations;
Administers first aid at the scene of automobile accidents, interviews witnesses, gathers information and prepares detailed accident reports;
Interviews persons with complaints and inquiries, attempts to make proper disposition, or directs them to proper authorities;
Gives advice on laws and ordinances and general information to the public;
Conducts investigations of vice and narcotics activities, investigates reports of stolen automobiles and property stolen from automobiles, and conducts follow-up investigations of homicides and thefts;
Covers an assigned beat with primary emphasis on traffic law enforcement and provides specialized traffic control services in connection with parades and similar public events;
Investigates charges of fraud, forgery, embezzlement and bad checks;
Processes crime scenes;
Maintains evidence and other property;
Recruits applicants for police positions;
Investigates cases of runaways, assaults, larcenies, burglaries, sex involving juveniles, child neglect and abuse, and vandalism;
Provides back-up to Emergency Communications Technicians;
Conducts foot patrol and building searches, and tracks wanted persons as a K-9 official;
Responds to domestic trouble and civil dispute cases;
Investigates homicides, suicides, felonious assault and all sex-related cases when assigned as an investigator in the Criminal Investigations Division;
Educates the public in crime prevention;
Attends regular training classes in police methods, first aid, target practice and related subjects;
Keeps informed with respect to persons of known bad character and places of questionable legality within an assigned area;
Maintains records and prepares reports;
Performs related work as required.
Minimum & Additional Requirements
Minimum: High School Diploma or GED; one year of work experience involving public contact under varying circumstances; or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Employees must possess a valid driver's license issued by the state of their residence. Candidates for this class are required to meet the minimum age and medical standards as established by the Human Resources Department. Good character and background are essential requirements.
Four-Year College Degree or equivalent, directly-related work experience.
Pre-registration is not necessary for the written exam. You must bring your driver's license, social security card, and proof of U.S. Citizenship (and a copy of each) in order to take the exam. Study guides will be provided immediately before the test.
An application for this position will be supplied upon successful completion of the written exam. Pending exam dates are listed below. Registration for the written examination is not required.
This position requires the successful completion of pre-employment testing to include: Written Examination, Mandatory Orientation, Background Questionnaire, Review Panel, Polygraph Examination, Background Investigation, Senior Panel Interview, Police Chief Interview, Psychological Examination, Medical Examination, Drug Screen, and Driver License Check. Successful completion of a body art screening process is required of all applicants.
FAILURE AT ANY STEP RESULTS IN ELIMINATION FROM THE PROCESS
FOR POSITION OF POLICE OFFICER
- Evidence that the applicant has willfully provided false or misleading information during the application or screening process, either orally or in writing.
As an adult, being convicted of a felony crime.
As an adult, being convicted of any crime felony or misdemeanor involving perjury, false statements or a crime of moral turpitude.
As an adult, commission of an unreported felony crime during the three year period immediately preceding the date of application.
Convicted of a crime of domestic violence.
Recent or ongoing affiliation with, and/or support of, an organization or group which advocates the violent overthrow of the United States government, or whose professed goals are contrary to the interests of public safety.
Illegal use of a controlled substance within one year of applying will be reviewed on a case by case basis.
Illegal use of a controlled substance through injection into the body at any time.
As an adult, a pattern of illegal drug use within the previous year of applying that indicates ongoing, regular or recreational illegal use of a controlled substance.
As an adult, the selling, production or financing the production, sale or distribution of illegal controlled substances, or the obtaining of such substances through illegal use of a prescription(s).
Termination from or disciplinary action in any employment within five years from the time of application for misconduct, ethics violations, criminal conduct, falsification orally or in writing, or a matter of moral turpitude.
You must be at least 20 years old, a U.S. citizen or naturalized citizen and be able to provide proof of each prior to being allowed into the testing site.
The Background Packet is due two weeks after the examination.
An application for this position will be supplied upon successful completion of the written exam.
Applicant's identification, driver's license validity and proof of United States Citizenship will be verified prior to the test.
Please ensure that you bring your valid driver's license, Social Security Card and proof of United States citizenship. You will not be allowed to take the test without these items.
The Written Police Examinations will be administered on the following dates & times:
Saturday, June 23, 2018 at 8 a.m.
Validation of documents will begin 30 minutes prior to the exam starting time. No one will be allowed in after the testing has begun, so please plan your times accordingly.
The location for the examination is:
Alexandria Police Department
3600 Wheeler Avenue
Alexandria, VA 22304
Applicants will be admitted on a first-come, first-serve basis. You will be allowed to line up no earlier than two hours prior to your scheduled exam.
Following the written exam there will be a mandatory, brief orientation session to explain the hiring process in detail, and afford applicants an opportunity to ask any questions they may have.
The estimated length of the hiring process may be anywhere from 4-6 months, due to the pre-employment requirements of a polygraph examination and background investigation.
You MUST be able to provide the following original documents listed below to take the exam. Please also have copies for us to keep. We will not keep your original documents, but will need to check them for accuracy.
- No copies will be made for you the day of the examination.*
You must bring all the necessary documents with you on the day of the examination.
ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS ONLY:
Proof of US citizenship (Birth Certificate or Naturalization Paperwork or U.S. Passport).
Valid Driver's License (must be the state in which you presently reside)
Social Security Card
The following documents will also be needed for you to continue in the hiring process. You will not proceed in the process until all requested documents have been received. The following documents, however, are not required for entrance in to the examination:
High School Diploma or Certified High School transcripts or GED
College Degree or Certified transcripts from your College or University (if applicable)
DD Form 214 (Long form) if applicable (military discharge paperwork)
Certified transcript of your driving record. Depending on your state, a 5 or 7-year history is needed. If you resided in and obtained a driving permit in 2 or more different states during a 7-year period, we will need both certified transcripts.
Name change documents (if applicable)
No copies will be made for you the day of the examination.*
You may park in our public parking lot which is located in front of Police Headquarters. Please note that our secured parking garage is for employees only. In the event the front parking lot is full, you can park at the parking lot which is just north of 3540 Wheeler Avenue; this is located near a softball field and a skateboard park.
If all spaces are full please utilize street parking located further south on Wheeler Avenue. Please review the parking signs, so that you park legally.
No weapons (which includes law enforcement officers from other jurisdictions) nor electronic devices (cell phones, pagers, palm pilots, etc.) will be permitted in the building.
- Please note that applicants who enter the building are subject to a search.*
If you have any questions, or need to request an accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act, please contact:
Officer Andrea O'Leary
Alexandria Police Department
3600 Wheeler Avenue
Alexandria, VA 22304
Voice Mail: 703-746-6223
Listed below are several hotels close to the testing site:
1900 Diagonal Road
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: (703) 684-5900
Courtyard by Marriott Alexandria
2700 Eisenhower Avenue
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone (703) 329-2323
Holiday Inn Alexandria
2460 Eisenhower Avenue
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone (703) 960-0859
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