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Special Police Officer - Company Police
Special Police Officer - Company Police Send This Job to a Friend Department Special Police Services Schedule full-time Shift 7P-7A Job Details 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. JOB SUMMARY: 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.
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Job no:495952 Work type:Full-time Location:Oshkosh Categories:University Staff Working Title:
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Police Officer Employment Class: University Staff FTE: 1.0 Compensation: $23/hr Terms of Employment:Continuous
Under the general supervision of a sergeant, lieutenant, captain and chief, the Police Officer position on the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh campus serves 13,000 students, approximately 1400 employees, encompassing 58 buildings on more than 184 acres. Police Officers exercise full statutory arrest authority and are responsible for the enforcement of state laws, rules and regulations pertaining to the protection of life and property, and related protective services for the University community.
The standard work hours encompass a 10 hour rotating shift assignment on one of the following shifts: 8:00 am to 6:00pm, 6:00 pm to 4:00 a.m., and 10:00 pm to 8:00 a.m. The Police Officer is a sworn law enforcement position (State of WI, LESB certified) responsible for providing a full range of law enforcement services: enforce laws, investigate complaints, investigate incidents which may have an impact on the University, maintain order, assist people, identify criminal activity, apprehend and arrest offenders, identify the source of problems in the community and work with the community to resolve issues. Police Officers are expected to embrace community policing philosophies, engage and partner with the community, analyze data and problem solve for the purpose of crime prevention.
Officers are also expected to have the ability to conduct complex investigations, take photographs, collect physical evidence; prepare complete written reports of all investigations and testify regarding those reports. Police officers must maintain a high level of proficiency in the use of police equipment, the understanding and application of defense and arrest tactics including the handling and use of firearms and be capable of using deadly force when appropriate based on the laws of the State of Wisconsin and Department policy; work in cooperation with officers from other agencies and interact with persons from other
University departments, mental health and social services agencies. Police officers may be required to participate in crowd control and dignitary protection details.
Officers may be selected to serve as Field Training Officers, Evidence Technicians or Hall Liaison Officers, in which additional training may be provided; be assigned to Court Liaison, Crime Prevention, Community Presentations or Detective duties. Police Officers must at all times support the department's mission, providing essential law enforcement functions, respecting the rights and dignity of all individuals, deal ethically with the public, valuing trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, justice, fairness, caring, civic virtue and citizenship; having character, pride and professionalism. Responsibilities 25% A.
Proactive Community Policing Strategies Police Officers are expected to embrace community policing philosophies, engage and partner with the community, analyze data and problem solve for the prevention of crime, fear and disorder. 1. Use problem solving strategies, critical-thinking, confident decision-making skills and appropriate use of discretion while engaging with partners to manage human behavior. 2.
Analyze data, create crime prevention strategies, be accountable for and lead community services in your assigned geographical area.
Work with the community to identify and resolve problems within the area your geographically responsible for. 3. Speak to and engage with the community on such topics as the police department, personal security, traffic safety, drug and alcohol issues, sexual violence and other critical law-enforcement topics. 4.
Conduct checks of University physical properties and report / resolve maintenance and security discrepancies. 5.
Develop knowledge of department and community resources to assist in directing public inquiries to appropriate available resources. 6. Provide leadership and mentoring for Community Service Officers. 25% B. Law Enforcement Activities The Police Officer is the principal agent responsible for carrying out the functions of the University Police Department.
These functions include protection of life and property, preservation of peace and good order and the furnishing of various services to achieve and maintain the goals of the department. 1. Perform vehicle patrol, foot patrol and other means of patrol. 2. Provide crowd control duties at mass population events such as sporting events, concerts, protests, and appearances by visiting dignitaries.3.
Evaluate and deliver persons incapacitated by alcohol to an appropriate medical / detoxification facility. 4. Evaluate mentally and emotionally disturbed persons, participate in emergency detentions and deliver persons to mental health facilities when appropriate. 5. Operate patrol vehicle under conditions ranging from routine to emergency conditions consistent with due regard for care and caution of other users of the roadway. 6.
Operate various items of equipment used in enforcement patrol such as radar speed measuring devices, radio monitoring devices, radios, mobile data computers, cameras, digital recorders and fire extinguishers. 7. Qualify with duty weapons and maintain proficiency in their proper handling and guidelines for their discretionary use. 8. Take appropriate enforcement action, issue citations, effect arrest for violations detected; utilize defense and arrest tactics (DAAT) as authorized by department policy and laws of the State of WI. 9.
Administer first aid to accident victims; utilize Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED); maintain certifications. 10. Respond to intrusion and assistance alarms. Respond to fire alarms to assist fire department personnel with vehicle or pedestrian traffic control and building access.11.
Resolve conflict in domestic disturbances, conduct searches for missing persons, and assist with high-risk prisoner escorts. 12. Respond to critical incidents and establish an incident command system if one is not in place. Respond to critical incident and incident command situations in conformity with department policy. 13.
Respond to incidents that may involve extreme violence and risk such as active shooter incidents and be able to effectively utilize specialized weaponry, training and tactics to bring these situations to a resolution. 14. Receive and disseminate information by radio, telephone, and computer. Communicate in person with the public.
Coordinate communications between units within the Department and external agencies. 15. Provide armed escort and security for dignitaries, celebrities, and objects of value. 20% C. Criminal Investigations Perform preliminary and follow-up investigations necessary to solve crimes, identify suspects and victims, apprehend criminals and document case information. 1.
Enforce State Statute and University Code violations through the apprehension of violators, while preserving the constitutional rights, dignity and safety of all persons. Physically arrest, issue citations and incarcerate when appropriate; testify as a court witness. 2. Identify persons in need of protective custody and place them in the appropriate facility. 3.
Operate computer equipment to conduct inquiries in State and Federal data files. 4. Prepare complete, timely, concise, accurate and detailed reports using MS Word and Excel related to activities, incidents, or arrests and other periodic and special reports and correspondence. 5. Identify and obtain evidence in accordance with the Constitution, state law and case law.
Protect evidence throughout an investigation. Preserve evidence through photography and other collection and processing techniques; secure and store evidence according to department policy. 6. Interview victims, witnesses and suspects; obtain written statements from suspects,witnesses and victims; inform victims of their rights and resources; develop personal contacts in the community to aid in crime prevention and detection efforts.
Assist other agencies with investigations. 7. Conduct legal searches in conformity with the Constitution, state law and court guidelines. 8. Conduct on-scene and follow-up investigations involving violations of WI state law, University of WI System rules, accidents and other investigations as assigned by supervisors; document appropriate reports and forms. 20% D.
Traffic Enforcement Ensure the safe and orderly flow of traffic on all University of Wisconsin roadways; enforce UW System Codes 18.06 and Wisconsin traffic laws regulating motor vehicles and their equipment. 1. Deter traffic accidents and violations by effective patrol and observations of high traffic areas and areas where accidents have been known to occur; perform vehicle contacts / traffic stops. Direct traffic during times of high volume pedestrian and or vehicular traffic. 2.
Apprehend traffic law violators while preserving their constitutional rights, dignity and safety. Issue verbal and written warnings, issue citations, accept bail bond deposits and incarcerate persons when necessary or appropriate. 3.
Operate speed violation detection devices when available. 4.
Collect observational and physical evidence involving persons operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and or drugs. 5.
Document all traffic stops and use department recommended methods of contact to ensure that all citizens are treated with fairness, dignity and respect. 6. Interview drivers, passengers and witnesses.
Collect and properly preserve evidence. 7. Attend to emergency medical needs of accident victims, prior to the arrival of medical personnel. 8. Prepare narrative and Department of Transportation report forms when required. 10% E.
Miscellaneous Duties 1. Attend unit staff meetings. 2.
Attend in-service and special training sessions. 3.
Conduct on-the-job training for new employees when assigned. 4. Participate in recruiting, interviewing and training efforts for Community Service Officers as assigned by department supervision. 5. Provide relief or emergency dispatch services for the Department. 6.
Other duties as assigned. • Other duties as assigned by the supervisor. Qualifications Required:1.
Effective written and oral communication skills to communicate, interact with and be respectful of a diverse community of students, co-workers, faculty/staff, guests and the general public. 2.
Knowledge of federal, state and local laws, rules and principles embodied in case law (court decisions and the ability to apply this knowledge with discretion as it pertains to the laws of arrest, search and seizure, collection and preservation of evidence, and use of force). 3. Knowledge of current investigatory techniques and practices 4. Ability to observe and accurately recall facts or details about persons, events, accidents or crime scenes, physical conditions and individuals’ behavior.5.
Ability to quickly assess situations and rapidly consider various options in choosing a course of action. 6. Ability to read, comprehend and execute complex written material and verbal instructions. 7. Ability to complete multiple tasks under stressful or crisis conditions. 8.
Ability to utilize weaponry issued to police officers. 9. Basic computer skills to perform data entry and retrieval, word processing (MS Word), database skills (MS Excel), and internet. 10. Knowledge of federal, state rules and regulations affecting employee health and welfare. 11.Working knowledge of various police communications equipment and procedures. 12.
Skill in the use of enforcement and other types of equipment such as firearms, various enforcement devices, photographic, voice recording, etc. Preferred:1. Associate Degree or Higher 2.
Certification or eligibility for certification upon hire as a law enforcement officer by the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards Board (LESB). To Apply: Applicants must submit the following documents using the online application: Cover letter, resume, DJ-LE-330, and contact information for three references For questions regarding your application and additional options to apply, contact Human Resources firstname.lastname@example.org 920-424-1166.
Application Deadline: TO ENSURE CONSIDERATION: Applications received by November 19th, 2017 are ensured full consideration.Applications received after that date may be given consideration at the discretion of the search committee.
Application materials will be evaluated and the most qualified applicants will be invited to participate in the next step of the selection process. Incomplete and/or late application materials may not receive consideration. If you have questions regarding this recruitment, or if you are not able to complete the application online due to a disability or system problem, please contact the Office of Human Resources. Advertised:02 Nov 2017Central Daylight Time Applications close:
Special Police Officer (Spo) – Georgetown University Police Department (Gupd)
Located in a historic neighborhood in the nation's capital, Georgetown offers rigorous academic programs, a global perspective, exciting ways to take advantage of Washington, D.C., and a commitment to social justice. Our community is a tight knit group of remarkable individuals interested in intellectual inquiry and making a difference in the world. Requirements Special Police Officer (SPO) – Georgetown University Police Department (GUPD) The Georgetown University Police Department (GUPD) is committed to helping maintain a safe and secure environment on Georgetown University's main campus, serving more than 14,000 students, approximately 1,200 faculty members and nearly 2,500 staff in 54 buildings covering 104 acres on the hilltop. GUPD provides event management, crime prevention, and police services on the Georgetown University Main and Medical Center campuses and off campus properties. Utilizing foot patrols, vehicles, and bicycles, the officers patrol the campus twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. The Special Police Officer (SPO) provides services to protect the life, well‐being, and property of students, faculty, staff, visitors, dignitaries, and others through policing, patrol, event security, investigation, and emergency response as outlined in General Orders and Special Orders, as directed by superior officers, and as proscribed in the Consortium of Universities Law Enforcement Training Academy and other departmental trainings. S/he supports the University community by providing information and assistance, and is responsible to the Patrol Sergeant for fulfilling duties assigned and for performing patrol functions and specialized assignments according to all special and general orders in the protection of life and property at Georgetown University. The Special Police Officer works with other patrol officers, communication officers, security officers, and student guards. Duties include but are not limited to: Police and Security
Provides police and security services while protecting life and property.
Performs police patrol duties on foot, bicycle, and motor vehicle - to include response to all emergencies.
Enforces all United States, District of Columbia laws, and University rules and regulations.
Supports the university community by establishing and maintaining an environment in which all community members can go safely about their varied activities in the best interest of the university. Investigation and Reporting
Accurately and thoroughly prepares incident reports.
Safeguards information and evidence to ensure successful follow up and resolution.
Assists with preliminary investigations of incidents as necessary.
Supports and provides assistance to persons who have been victims of crime.
Attends court whenever necessary, regardless of other commitments. Community Oriented Policing Program
Gathers and reports intelligence related to public safety and crime prevention and conducts crime risk analysis within the campus assigned area.
Identifies and analyzes recurring community problems and works to identify responses to them.
Prepares and coordinates tasks to be accomplished within the campus assigned area on a weekly basis.
Prepares weekly evaluation reports describing task accomplishment related to community policing goals and objectives.
Without direct supervision, conducts speaking presentations on topics that have been identified through surveys and analysis.
In support of the university's higher education objectives, becomes well acquainted with members of the University community. Communications as Assigned
Answers all telephone calls.
Responds to emergencies, burglar alarms, fire alarms, and requests for service.
Monitors all burglar/security alarms, cameras and fire alarms; and tracks University Police activities at dispatch. Requirements
High school diploma or certified equivalency + 3 years general work experience – preference for 1 to 3 years of security, law enforcement or military experience
An equivalent combination of training and experience may be considered in lieu of above requirements
Must be a U.S. citizen
At least 21 years of age
Possession and maintenance of a valid driver’s license with no violations in the last three years and ability to pass Georgetown University driver’s certification
Successfully complete a written test, a report writing test, drug test, physical examination by a medical doctor to University specifications, and extensive psychological testing
Meet requirements for a comprehensive background investigation
Comfortability using computers including Microsoft Word, Excel, and email, and/or the ability to learn these applications is essential
Preference for knowledge of telecommunications equipment
Preference for administrative and clerical skills
Ability to daily move items weighing up to 20 pounds, to frequently move items weighing up to 50 pounds, and occasionally move items weighing up to 100 pounds, and to walk and stand with operation of controls. SPO I: Eligibility to obtain and maintain a Special Police Officer Commission; ability to complete all required university police training to include certification in Arrest Control Tactics, Baton, and OC‐based Aerosol Subject Restraint – to include the Consortium of Universities Law Enforcement Academy, typically during the probation period or equivalent training and certification from a civilian or military law enforcement academy; and basic knowledge of criminal and civil law and police policies and procedures. For SPO II: Current certification in Baton/OC Spray; successful completion of Consortium of Universities Law Enforcement Academy or equivalent; intermediate knowledge of criminal and civil law and police procedures and policies; current SPO commission; possession of tact, patience, a courteous demeanor in order to deal with students, staff, faculty, visitors, and community members; ability to exercise respect the use of police powers in relation to a University environment; and excellent verbal and written communications skills, including report writing. Position is considered as essential under the University Personnel policy guidelines and therefore is subject to be on call when necessary. Therefore, applicants must have willingness and availability to work extended, odd, or off hours to achieve the expectations of the Department, to include rotating tours of duty (day shifts, evening shifts, overnight shifts) with fluctuating days off, according to departmental needs. Submission Guidelines: If you currently work at Georgetown University, please exit this website and login to GMS (gms.georgetown.edu) using your Net ID and password. Please select the Career worklet on your GMS Home dashboard to view Jobs at Georgetown. Please note that in order to be considered an applicant for any position at Georgetown University you must submit a cover letter and resume for each position of interest for which you believe you are qualified. These documents are not kept on file for future positions. Need Assistance: If you are a qualified individual with a disability and need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please click here for more information, or contact the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Affirmative Action (IDEAA) at 202-687-4798 or email@example.com. Need some assistance with the application process? Please call 202-687-2500 EEO Statement: Georgetown University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer fully dedicated to achieving a diverse faculty and staff. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Georgetown University is one of the world’s leading academic and research institutions, offering a unique educational experience that prepares the next generation of global citizens to lead and make a difference in the world. We are a vibrant community of exceptional students, faculty, alumni and professionals dedicated to real-world applications of our research, scholarship, faith and service. Established in 1789, Georgetown is the nation’s oldest Catholic and Jesuit University. Drawing upon the 450-year-old legacy of Jesuit education, we provide students with a world-class learning experience focused on educating the whole person through exposure to different faiths, cultures and beliefs. Students are challenged to engage in the world and become men and women in the service of others, especially the most vulnerable and disadvantaged members of the community. These values are at the core of Georgetown’s identity, binding members of the community across diverse backgrounds.
University Police Officer 1
University Police Officer 1 Apply now Job no: 493797 Position type: Trades / Maintenance, University Police Officer Location: Brockport Division/Equivalent: Enrollment Management & Student Affairs School/Unit: Enrollment Management & Student Affairs Department/Office: University Police Categories: University Police Officer Position Summary Enforce all New York State and local laws and the Student Code of Conduct on the grounds of the State University of New York. Responsible for the performance of the full range of professional police duties. University Police Officers assist other Local, State and Federal police officers with investigations and may collect evidence, question witnesses or testify in court in connection with alleged criminal actions. Essential Duties
Actively involved in campus communities and activities including educating community members on such topics as personal safety, risk awareness, crime prevention, alcohol awareness, sexual assault prevention and other community safety issues.
Patrols an assigned area on foot, on a bicycle or motor scooter, in a car or by other means to deter criminal activity by means of presence and witness and to detect fires and other dangerous situations.
Responds to calls for assistance from fellow officers or from any member of the campus community to insure that persons and property are adequately protected; and may respond to situations involving but not restricted to burglaries, robberies, thefts, criminal trespass, assaults, criminal mischief, medical emergencies, accidents, vehicle and traffic violations, fires and unusual situations.
Reports to the scene of the crime, accident or other disturbance in order to halt crimes in progress, arrest violators, maintain order and arrange for the appropriate care of injured persons.
May apply resuscitators, administer first aid and summon ambulances.
Conducts initial investigations of incidents in order to preserve and gather evidence; interviews witnesses, complainants and suspects and confers with fellow officers to ascertain nature and severity of situation; reports results of investigations to supervisor as directed and may testify in court.
Regulates pedestrian and vehicular traffic. May enforce vehicle and traffic laws in order to prevent dangerous situations from arising.
Directs traffic at intersections, crosswalks and other critical points during peak traffic periods; stops persons violating the vehicle and traffic law; issues warnings, tickets and summonses; patrols parking lots and campus roadways; tickets cars parked in violation of campus rules.
Controls the movement and activity of crowds at concerts, sports events and other gatherings; staffs entrance ways to prevent gate crashing and over-crowding of facilities; breaks up fights and other altercations, operates screening devices such as a magnetometer or x-ray machine to inspect individuals and carry in items for prohibited items. On assignment as Desk Officer
Receives and interprets incoming communications, including, but not limited to radio and telephone calls and e-mail messages from officers and other members of the campus community.
Dispatches officers to the scenes of incidents and irregularities.
Issues parking permits.
Utilizes electronic devices such as personal computer, video recorder or camera to record and view information.
Prepares a variety of shift summary reports, logs and records covering activities of criminal or unusual nature and other security related activities.
May deliver a variety of in-service training and/or community educational programs.
Obtain proper certification and maintain re-certification in a variety of training areas, such as defensive tactics, use of force and firearms instructions.
Serve as a Field Training Officer or as an instructor as a Basic Police School, Police Academy or other location as directed.
Provide training and education to University Police personnel, other law enforcement officers, government personnel and the public, and engage in crime prevention activities such as, but not limited to Crime Prevention Surveys or Operation ID. Minimum Qualifications Candidates must have permanent appointment in an University Police Officer 1 classified position (or be eligible for transfer) or be reachable for appointment on the current NY State Civil Service eligible list for University Police Officer 1, Full Time - Brockport location. NY State Preferred List candidates have preference. Open Competitive: Completion of 60 semester credit hours of college study. Candidates must meet established physical and medical requirements for appointment to the position, must possess and maintain a valid unrestricted New York State motor vehicle operator’s license and must be legally eligible to carry a firearm and complete all requirements for certification as a police officer in New York State. How to Apply Please return your canvass letter by U.S. Mail and submit your application, cover letter, resume and contact information for three professional references at www.brockportrecruit.org by January 23, 2018. Employment at The College at Brockport is contingent upon the successful completion of a background check and final budgetary approval. Pursuant to Executive Order 161, no State entity, as defined by the Executive Order, is permitted to ask, or mandate, in any form, that an applicant for employment provide his or her current compensation, or any prior compensation history, until such time as the applicant is extended a conditional offer of employment with compensation. If such information has been requested from you before such time, please contact the Governor’s Office of Employee Relations at (518) 474-6988 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The College at Brockport, State University of New York is an AA/EEO/ADA employer. The College actively seeks applications from women, veterans, individuals with a disability, members of underrepresented groups or anyone that would enrich the diversity of the College. Advertised: 08 Jan 2018 Eastern Standard Time Applications deadline: 23 Jan 2018 11:55 PM Eastern Standard Time
Job Description:Provides safety and protection of life and property within the campus community. Enforces state laws and campus policy, procedures, rules and regulations.
Responds to emergency calls and shares on-call responsibility 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. May be required to work overtime, weekends, holidays or evenings outside of scheduled workday. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to satisfactorily perform each essential duty listed below.
Reasonable accommodations will be made for disabled persons, covered by the Americans With Disabilities Act, in accordance with its requirements. 1) Serves student body, faculty and general public. Patrols campus property by foot, bicycle or vehicle. Offers and provides assistance and maintains good public relations. 2) Monitors, reports and responds to out of place or unusual occurrences, crimes, emergencies, violations, safety or traffic hazards, security conditions and other situations. 3) Responds to and handles high-risk calls and alarms.
Takes appropriate action at the scene. Apprehends and arrests suspects in violation of laws and ordinances. Provides assistance and public service to students, faculty and others. 4) Safeguards against violence, theft, vandalism and other criminal behavior.
Enforces state laws and campus policy, procedures, rules and regulations. Assists in lockouts and secures campus buildings. 5) Conducts criminal and accident investigations. Collects and identifies evidence, questions victims and witnesses, prepares evidence for presentation in court and testifies in court proceedings when necessary.
Arrests, detains and transports suspects. Reports minor infractions. Writes warnings, citations and incident reports for review by Director and disciplinary board. 6) Serves as initial responder for medical emergencies.
Administers CPR, performs first aid, operates Automated Electronic Defibrillator (AED) and secures ambulatory service. 7) Enforces traffic and parking laws. Regulates traffic flow and monitors parking lots for suspicious vehicles. Issues citations for parking violations including decal infractions, expired meters and other violations in accordance with campus parking regulation manual. 8) Inputs and updates incident report information. 9) Keeps accurate records.
Completes and maintains required documentation including daily log, alarm reports, incident reports and complaints. 10) Maintains confidentiality of student files and investigations, and maintains incident reports and other sensitive information. 11) Works assigned schedule, exhibits regular and predictable attendance and works overtime as required to meet workload demands. Performs other related duties as required. Performs special detail assignments (e.g. creating badges, taking inventory, crime prevention and other duties). Performs other law enforcement responsibilities as required.
Normal working conditions with regular exposure to dirt, dust debris and smells. Employee is occasionally exposed to wet, humid and other outdoor conditions. Occasional exposure to extreme cold or heat unrelated to weather conditions.
Employee is occasionally exposed to minor cuts, burns or other incapacitating injury with risk of electrical shock or exposure to radiation. Fumes, airborne particles, toxic or caustic materials and blood borne pathogens are also occasionally exposed to employees. While performing daily job duties, every officer takes the risk of bodily harm, serious bodily harm or death.
Officers come in contact with individuals who are mentally unstable, may have a criminal record, and who may be armed and dangerous. The following physical demands are typically exhibited by position incumbents performing this job's essential duties and responsibilities. These physical demands are not, and should not be construed to be job qualification standards, but are illustrated to help the College, employee and/or applicant identify where reasonable accommodations may need to be considered.
While performing job duties, the employee will regularly ride in a cruiser or on a bicycle and patrol the campus on foot for extended periods of time. The employee occasionally uses hands to handle and operate equipment. The employee occasionally reaches with hands and arms, climbs and balances, and stoops, kneels, crouches or crawls.
The employee regularly uses usual vision demands and must be able to converse verbally in a professional manner with students, faculty and general public, and to hear. Employee occasionally lifts or exerts force of 50 pounds on items or individuals.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of: law enforcement procedures and requirements; Federal, State and local laws; law enforcement safety precautions and procedures; search and seizure laws; non-violent crisis intervention; Ohio Revised Code; court proceedings; English word usage, spelling, sentence structure and punctuation; computer software, programs and applications. Ability to: exercise sound judgment in dealing with stressful situations; comprehend oral and written information; maintain mandatory training; work independently demonstrating initiative; develop and maintain effective working relationships with associates, supervisors, job contacts and general public; maintain confidential and sensitive information; assess and react appropriately to medical emergencies; perform physical demands and exhibit mental aptitude needed to perform law enforcement duties including pursuing and maintaining control of suspects, fights, and controlling criminal activity; recognize unusual or threatening conditions and take appropriate action; deal sensitively with persons of varying cultures and diversity; determine appropriate situations for use of force; function in adverse conditions and maintain self-control. Skill in: verbal and written communications; writing incident and accident reports; mediating and peacefully resolving conflicts; interviewing and communicating with students, faculty and general public; application of job software programs.
Minimum qualifications for this position are: High School Degree or GED with Ohio Peace Officer Training Certification. Employee must be insurable to operate a vehicle, as a condition of initial and continued employment.
CPR and First Aid certification.
Additional Information: State motor vehicle operator's license. Employee must be insurable to operate a vehicle, as a condition of initial and continued employment.
Ohio Peace Officer training certification ,and Firearms certification. In addition, the position requires successful completion of fitness for duty psychological, background investigation, and polygraph examination.
Police Officer Lateral Or Academy Graduate
Police Officer Lateral or Academy Graduate Print Apply Police Officer Lateral or Academy Graduate Salary $76,440.00 - $105,768.00 Annually Location Irvine, CA Job Type Full-Time Department Public Safety Job Number 01459 Closing Continuous
Questions Description The City of Irvine has remained America's Safest City for ten consecutive years. We take great pride in being a progressive, forward-thinking organization where police officers have the opportunity to grow and advance their skills in an environment that embraces diversity, creativity, and respect.
The Department's geographic policing model ensures a high level of community collaboration, strategic partnerships, and progressive problem solving. If you have what it takes for a career in law enforcement with a world class agency, apply with the City of Irvine! Successful candidates will complete field training, then will be qualified to patrol designated areas of the City, investigate crimes against persons or property, make arrests, and enforce traffic regulations.
Responsibilities of Police Officers also include writing police reports, testifying in court, and performing other related law enforcement duties. This position involves community oriented policing and requires strong communication and customer service skills with the ability to work with a variety of individuals and maintain community relations. You must be POST certified or have previous experience as a California Peace Officer to be considered for this position. This recruitment will establish an eligibility list that may be used to fill future vacancies in this classification. All applicants must be able to pass the Public Safety background check process. *All applicants meeting the minimum qualification will be invited to take the written exam.
All candidates passing the written will be invited to an oral interview. For additional information, please visit: http://www.cityofirvine.org/irvine-police-department/employment or click here. This is a continuous recruitment and interested applicants should submit their application as soon as possible.
This recruitment may close at any time without notice. Essential Duties and Responsibilities The following duties are normal for this classification. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all inclusive.
Other duties may be required and assigned. • Patrols assigned area in patrol car to preserve law and order, to prevent and discover the commission of crimes, and to enforce traffic regulations.
Responds to calls and complaints involving traffic accidents, robberies, disturbances, and other misdemeanors and felonies, and take necessary police action; make arrests; take charge of, and guide and direct the work of other law enforcement personnel in various situations until relieved by a supervisor officer. • Conducts motor vehicle accident investigations. Provides first aid for injured persons, and take safeguards to prevent further accidents.
Interviews principals and witnesses. Takes written statements and examines conditions of accident scene. Clears or directs clearing of obstructions and wreckage. • Investigates crimes against persons and property.
Interviews victims and witnesses. Searches for, evaluates and secures/collects evidence. Arrests suspected perpetrator(s). • Investigates complaints involving juveniles.
Investigates reports of child neglect and persons reported to be contributing to the delinquency of minors. Checks business establishments and public places known to be frequented by juveniles. Arrests juvenile and adult offenders. • Processes warrants and apprehends or assists in the apprehension of wanted persons by court orders or actions in criminal cases. • Maintains knowledge of local ordinances and state laws, rules of evidence for criminal cases, crime prevention techniques, current investigation techniques, traffic control techniques, care and custody of persons and property. • Prepares and submits required reports. • Provides assistance, information and directions to motorists.
Minimum Training and Experience Required to Perform Essential Job Functions High school diploma or equivalent, completion of 60 college level units or an AA degree and or any combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge, skills and abilities. Requires U.S. citizenship or the ability to obtain citizenship within three years of appointment. Requires possession of, or the ability to obtain, a valid California driver license.
Desirable Qualifications: Some experience in law enforcement is preferred. Supplemental Information CITY OF IRVINE The City of Irvine is located 40 miles southeast of Los Angeles and six miles from the ocean in Orange County, California.
Irvine encompasses more than 66 square miles and has a current residential population of more than 255,000. Incorporated in 1971, Irvine is recognized as one of America's safest and most successful master-planned urban communities. Top-rated educational institutions, an enterprising business atmosphere, state-of-the-art transportation programs and systems, sound environmental stewardship, and respect for diversity all contribute to Irvine's enviable quality of life.
The City is ideally located adjacent to John Wayne/Orange County Airport and close to many of Southern California's largest tourist attractions, numerous resorts, and some of the state's finest beaches. Irvine has also been recognized as one of the America's Best Cities to Live, according to Money Magazine in 2014. The City of Irvine also has the distinction of being one of the safest cities in the United States with a population of more than 100,000, based upon FBI statistics on violent crime.
The City employs almost 800 full-time and more than 500 part-time personnel and has an operating budget of $191.7 million. The Irvine community features an array of entertainment and recreational opportunities, parks and open space, a nationally recognized school district, a vibrant business environment, and an exceptional quality of life that makes it one of the most desirable cities in which to live and work. THE DEPARTMENT Public Safety Under the leadership of the Chief of Police, Mike Hamel, the Irvine Police Department has a sworn staff of approximately 226 and 212 civilian personnel.
The entire department is committed to a Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving (COPPS) philosophy and its workforce interfaces closely with all segments of the community, as well as with other City departments. The department is a full-service public safety agency that provides several special program areas including Emergency Management, Crime Prevention, DARE, School Resource Officer, K-9s, Traffic Enforcement, Commercial Vehicle Enforcement, General Investigation, Crime Scene Investigation, Special Investigation (vice & narcotics), and the Special Weapons and Tactics Team (SWAT). The individual selected for this position will be expected to conduct him or herself in a manner that promotes and adheres to the Irvine Police Department's Mission, Vision, and Values Statement. Mission Statement Working in partnership with the community, we will preserve the peace, uphold the law with fairness and provide quality service.
Vision Statement We will engage with our community through exemplary service and unparalleled professionalism, while employing a staff that reflects the growth and diversity of our community. We will commit to implementing the latest technology and best practices to meet the demands of modern policing. We will invest in the success of the men and women of the Irvine Police Department by providing unrivaled opportunities for training, advancement and personal growth.
Core Values Integrity, Quality Service, Accountability, and Respect. SELECTION PROCESS The selection process may include one or more of the following: application review and evaluation, performance test, written test, and/or oral interview examination. Questions asked during the selection process are based on the knowledge and abilities required to successfully perform the job.
If you have a disability that requires accommodation during the selection process, please notify Human Resources at least 24 hours prior to the first phase of the selection process. The successful candidate will be required to take and pass a post-offer medical examination, including drug screening, by a City physician to ensure their physical suitability to perform assigned duties. In addition, the City of Irvine conducts a thorough background investigation prior to appointment.
This recruitment will establish an eligibility list to fill future vacancies in this classification. This recruitment may also be used to fill positions in similar and/or lower classifications within the organization. The City of Irvine is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer. Retirement The City offers membership in the California Public Employees Retirement Systems (CalPERS). Retirement formula based on appointment date and membership status with CalPERS. 2.7% at 57 for new CalPERS Safety members; 3% at 50 for existing CalPERS or CalPERS reciprocal agency member with less than a six-month break in service. Retirement formulas will be confirmed with selected candidates prior to appointment.
Health Plan The City currently offers medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage for employees and their dependents. In addition, the City provides life insurance and a disability plan for employees. Leave Time 80 to 120 hours of annual vacation accrual, depending on years of service; 11 paid holidays per year; 96 hours of sick leave per year; and 72 hours of annual personal leave.
Benefits Professional Development/Education Reimbursement up to $1,300 per year; Flexible Spending Account that allows pre-tax dollars to pay for eligible medical and dependent care expenses; and a City Wellness program that includes on-site fitness centers. Police Professional Achievement Program Intermediate (POST) certificate: 5% over and above the base salary Advanced (POST) certificate: an additional 10% over and above the base salary and Intermediate (POST) certificate Special Assignment pay Investigation - $275/mo. Motorcycle - $220/mo.
SWAT - $115/mo. Field Training Officer - 6% above base pay.
Lateral Police Officer
: The Glendale Police Department is_only_accepting applications from candidates who are current Arizona police officers_or_from candidates who possess an active Arizona POSTcertification.
IMPORTANT NOTE: All communication, including testing invitations, will be sent by email.
Please be sure to use a valid email address on your application and check your email regularly. Additional information about the Glendale Police Department and the Lateral Police Officer testing process, including the test schedule, can be found on our website:http://www.glendaleaz.com/policejobs/
For recruiting updates, testing information, tips and videos to help you through the process, follow us online: #NewYearNewCareer Performs general and specialized police work involving the enforcement of laws and ordinances, protecting life and property, detection and arrest of violators, crime prevention, community services or other specialized assignments of comparable responsibility. Essential Functions: 1.
Patrols assigned area of the City, by automobile, motorcycle, on foot or bicycle, for the prevention of crime and enforcement of all applicable criminal, traffic, and liquor laws and City Ordinances. 2. Responds to calls for service involving crimes such as robberies, assaults, homicides, and narcotics violations. 3. Responds to general public service calls for civil or societal problems. 4.
Secures the scene of a crime; makes arrests; books prisoners. 5. Responds to hazardous materials incidents and traffic accidents; investigates traffic accidents; detects impaired drivers; administers first aid; directs traffic and requests medical assistance. 6. Prepares reports to accurately document information. 7.
Participates in problem oriented policing efforts by identifying problem areas, recommending and implementing solutions, and monitoring the results. 8. Handles hostage negotiations; performs suicide prevention interventions; transports mentally ill patients; performs surveillance operations. 9. Performs a variety of general and specialized criminal investigations involving property and persons crimes; gathers evidence; preserves crime scene; prepares cases for prosecution. 10.
Provides training on gang-related issues, firearms, defensive driving, defensive tactics, impact weapons and other related police topics. 11. Writes and executes search warrants. 12. Serves court orders, arrest warrants, and mental health orders. 13.
Selects, directs, trains and maintains canines. 14. Appears in court as the States witness and delivers testimony. 15. Provides police services at various special events in the City. 16.
Presents public relations programs to school age and adult groups; presents other programs and participates in community functions. 17.
Performs assigned personnel functions in the area of recruitment, training and record keeping. 18. Performs squad supervisory duties as required; maintains police supplies at stations. 19.
Performs specialty duties such as interpreting and peer counseling. 20. Performs other related duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications & Special
High school graduate or equivalent _
and_ an active Arizona POST Certification. Preference will be given to candidates with experience as a police officer in a law enforcement agency.
Knowledge of: Principles and practices of modern police work and law enforcement methods Federal, State and City laws governing Police operations, custody of prisoners, search and seizure, and the rules of evidences; departmental rules and regulations General City law enforcement problems; geography of the City; layout of major facilities Problem oriented policing; community agencies and other available resources Methods of patrol, criminal, and traffic investigations
The use of police equipment which includes vehicles, and weapons The use of computer, electronic, and audio equipment The use of crime scene evidence collection equipment
Ability to: Analyze situations, maintain composure, make effective and reasonable decisions Remember names, faces, and details of incidents Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing Establish and maintain effective relationships with those contacted in the course of work Clearly and concisely document the facts and circumstances of a law enforcement incident Correctly identify the elements of a crime and accurately record them in a police report for purposes of prosecution Operate law enforcement computerized data entry and retrieval systems Any equivalent combination of training andexperience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities is qualifying.Special Requirements Be at least 21 years of age; except that a person may attend an academy if the person will be 21 before graduating Valid Arizona Driver's License ACJIS Terminal Operators Certification AZPOST Police Officer Certification Must continuously meet all the requirements and standards of AZPOST Physical
Work requires walking, running, lifting, and climbing during efforts to catch or subdue hostile individuals. Applying in this recruitment does not preclude you from applying in other City of Glendale recruitments.
If you are not selected for this position, you would need to reapply to receive consideration. Candidates will be notified by email of their standing in the recruitment process, including any limitations on reapplication.Glendale is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity at all levels of the workforce. Applicants may obtain a copy of the City of Glendale's EEOP Utilization Report_here_or upon request from the City of Glendale's Human Resources & Risk Management Office.Job Title: Lateral Police Officer
Closing Date/Time:* Sun. 02/04/18 11:59 PM Mountain Time
Salary:* $55,116.00 - $77,554.00 Annually
Job Type:* Full Time
Location:* Main Station 6835 N. 57th Drive, Arizona
Sr. Police Officer II / Master Police Officer
Ability to handle evidence control pertaining to UPMC initiated criminal investigations
Appropriately escalates problems and concerns to Management's attention.
Investigates incidents of unusual circumstances reported by UPMC staff, visitors, physicians and patients.
May be required to provide support at various UPMC facilities which would include: Detailed knowledge of the physical layout of multiple facilities. Working knowledge of site specific policies and procedures between sites. Ability to effectively interact with differing management and customer bases from site to site.
May be required to serve legal documents such as arrest warrants, subpoena, Protection From Abuse, etc.
May be required to support various types of investigations that have system-wide implication
May function as a shift supervisor as needed to oversee the operations of assigned shift and formally lead the daily operations of the department, organize and assign work, and provide daily instruction to staff regarding specific duties and assignments.
Must be able to perform as a Security Officer when necessary.
Performs in accordance with system-wide competencies/behaviors
Required to carry, properly handle, and be able to deploy a firearm.
Responds to acts of extreme violence at UPMC owned or controlled properties that have the potential to require the deployment of deadly force as dictated by UPMC policy.
Tasked with the ability to issue PA state citations for certain criminal and traffic offenses, using specific law enforcement applications such as the PA Justice Network, and performing other law enforcement duties as necessary.
Will be responsible for the transportation of those subjected to criminal arrest and subsequent prosecution Qualifications
High School diploma or equivalent
Five years of prior law enforcement experience in which a firearm was an essential tool and for which, at minimum, annual firearm training and qualification was maintained
ORAct 120 trained or equivalent (PA State Police Act Police Academy training, Police Officer training as mandated by the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers) with one year of experience in law enforcement or security related field preferred.
Must possess strong interpersonal skills, especially the ability to effectively interact, communicate, and diffuse potential combative situations with persons from all walks of life.
Psychological fitness required to deal with stress and potentially dangerous conflict situations.
Physical fitness requirements to deal with typical physical demands that require full body motion and physical strength and stamina sufficient to respond to crisis interventions and medical emergencies.
Be able to effectively communicate both orally and in written format.
Good interpersonal skills; able to deal with stress and potentially dangerous conflict situations.
All applicants will be subject to a thorough background and criminal record check
Must be available for all shifts
Officers are required to wear a bullet proof vest.
Must be able to perform as a security officer when necessary. Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances:
Act 235 prior to hire
Act 34 Criminal Clearance
Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation certification required within 30 days of hire.
Valid Driver's License
Successfully complete UPMC Police Training upon hire.
Successful completion of all UPMC mandated weapons and firearms training.
Successfully pass UPMC Physical Fitness Standard Physical fitness requirements to deal with typical physical demands that require full body motion and physical strength and stamina sufficient to chase, apprehend and subdue criminal suspects, and respond to crisis interventions and medical emergencies. REQNUMBER: 170001FK
University Police Officer 2
This position serves as the University Police Officer 2 for the University Police Department. Duties include but are not limited to:
Shift supervisor of the police force on duty; performs the full range of duties assigned to University Police Officer 1
Enforce all New York State and local laws and the Student Code of Conduct on the grounds of the State University of New York University Police
Actively involved in campus communities and activities including educating community members on such topics as personal safety, risk awareness, crime prevention, alcohol awareness, sexual assault prevention and other community safety issues
Schedules and assigns University Police Officers 1 to mobile and foot patrol and dispatch/desk post assignments in order to effectively and efficiently utilize staff and insure adequate security coverage.
Prepares and maintains schedule rosters for uniformed and civilian staff; alters schedules to provide coverage of anticipated periods of peak demands for security services
Briefs University Police Officer personnel in preparation for shift assignments to ensure subordinates are informed of current assignments, current security problems and changes in policies and procedures.
In addition to subordinate University Police Officers 1, may directly supervise Campus Public Safety Officers, Security Assistants, Student Assistants and support staff as assigned.
Tours the campus and directly observes University Police Officers on the job to assess the effectiveness and efficiency of their performance and provide on-site instruction in law enforcement techniques.
Personally acknowledges good and superior performance; offers constructive criticism and suggests ways to improve performance; listens attentively to subordinates' questions and problems and responds with workable solutions and answers.
Regularly inspects the persons and equipment of University Police Officer personnel for compliance with University regulations; and directs subordinates to make necessary corrections.
Reviews all reports and insures deficiencies are corrected. Directs or initiates follow up as necessary.
Confers with officers and investigators at the scene to ascertain the nature and severity of the situation; may interview witnesses, complainants and victims to obtain data on the nature of the crimes and incidents, descriptions of alleged violators and other information needed for law enforcement activities.
Issues directives to University Police Officers at the scene to secure apprehension of alleged violators, care for injured persons and other appropriate actions as required.
Prepares a variety of written narrative and form reports of shift activities in order to advise the supervisor of the nature and extent of security problems and the effectiveness of the public safety force in handling them; in preparing these reports, uses data submitted and verified in subordinates' logs and reports.
Patrols area on foot, on a bicycle or motor scooter, in a car or by other means to deter criminal activity by means of presence and witness and to detect fires and other dangerous situations.
Reports to the scene of the crime, accident or other disturbance in order to halt crimes in progress, arrest violators, maintain order and arrange for the appropriate care of injured persons.
Regulates pedestrian and vehicular traffic. May enforce vehicle and traffic laws in order to prevent dangerous situations from arising.
Responsible for striving to establish and maintain positive relationships with members of the campus community; may initiate conversations with students, faculty and staff at meetings and gatherings and on patrol; listen attentively to statements of problems and facts, and respond with information and assistance
- Other reasonable duties as assigned
One year of permanent competitive service as a University Police Officer 1.
Completion of 60 semester credit hours of college study.
Candidates must meet established physical and medical requirements for appointment to the position
Must possess and maintain a valid unrestricted New York State motor vehicle operator's license
Must be able to work alone and exercise good judgment in performing duties
Must be legally eligible to carry a firearm and complete all requirements for certification as a police officer in New York State.
You must take and pass a Civil Service examination in order to be considered for this position. For qualified employees of New York State on or before the date of the examination, you must be a qualified employee of the State University of New York and have had two years of permanent competitive or 55-b/55-c service as a University Police Officer 1 or University Police Officer 1 (Spanish Language). Applicants must address in their applications their abilities to work with a culturally diverse population. This position is contingent on the satisfactory completion of a background check; this position may require annual background checks. Additional Information: SUNY Polytechnic Institute offers exceptional benefits such as healthcare, dental, vision, pension plans, competitive pay, generous paid time off, tuition assistance, life insurance and long-term disability insurance. As an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer, SUNY Polytechnic Institute will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, creed, religion, color, citizenship, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, predisposing genetic characteristics, gender identification, genetic information, familial status, marital status, pregnancy, status as a domestic violence victim, criminal conviction, disability, military status, disabled veteran, recently separated veteran, Armed Forces Service Medal veteran, active duty or wartime campaign badge veteran, or other characteristic as protected by law.. Please feel free to review your equal employment opportunities protections and laws pertaining to these protections at http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/pdf/eeopost.pdf The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, or Clery Act, mandates that all Title IV institutions, without exception, prepare, publish and distribute an Annual Security Report. This report consists of two basic parts: disclosure of the College's crime statistics for the past three years; and disclosures regarding the College's current campus security policies.
Lateral Police Officer
IMPORTANT NOTE: All communication, including testing invitations, will be sent by email. Please be sure to use a valid email address on your application and check your email regularly.
Additional information about the Glendale Police Department and the Lateral Police Officer testing process, including the test schedule, can be found on our website: http://www.glendaleaz.com/policejobs/ For recruiting updates, testing information, tips and videos to help you through the process, follow us online: NewYearNewCareer Performs general and specialized police work involving the enforcement of laws and ordinances, protecting life and property, detection and arrest of violators, crime prevention, community services or other specialized assignments of comparable responsibility. Essential Functions:
Patrols assigned area of the City, by automobile, motorcycle, on foot or bicycle, for the prevention of crime and enforcement of all applicable criminal, traffic, and liquor laws and City Ordinances. Responds to calls for service involving crimes such as robberies, assaults, homicides, and narcotics violations. Responds to general public service calls for civil or societal problems.
Secures the scene of a crime; makes arrests; books prisoners. Responds to hazardous materials incidents and traffic accidents; investigates traffic accidents; detects impaired drivers; administers first aid; directs traffic and requests medical assistance. Prepares reports to accurately document information.
Participates in problem oriented policing efforts by identifying problem areas, recommending and implementing solutions, and monitoring the results. Handles hostage negotiations; performs suicide prevention interventions; transports mentally ill patients; performs surveillance operations. Performs a variety of general and specialized criminal investigations involving property and persons crimes; gathers evidence; preserves crime scene; prepares cases for prosecution.
Provides training on gang-related issues, firearms, defensive driving, defensive tactics, impact weapons and other related police topics. Writes and executes search warrants. Serves court orders, arrest warrants, and mental health orders.
Selects, directs, trains and maintains canines. Appears in court as the States witness and delivers testimony. Provides police services at various special events in the City.
Presents public relations programs to school age and adult groups; presents other programs and participates in community functions. Performs assigned personnel functions in the area of recruitment, training and record keeping. Performs squad supervisory duties as required; maintains police supplies at stations.
Performs specialty duties such as interpreting and peer counseling. Performs other related duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications & Special
High school graduate or equivalent and an active Arizona POST Certification. Preference will be given to candidates with experience as a police officer in a law enforcement agency. Knowledge of:
Principles and practices of modern police work and law enforcement methods Federal, State and City laws governing Police operations, custody of prisoners, search and seizure, and the rules of evidences; departmental rules and regulations General City law enforcement problems; geography of the City; layout of major facilities Problem oriented policing; community agencies and other available resources Methods of patrol, criminal, and traffic investigations Skill in: The use of police equipment which includes vehicles, and weapons The use of computer, electronic, and audio equipment The use of crime scene evidence collection equipment Ability to: Analyze situations, maintain composure, make effective and reasonable decisions Remember names, faces, and details of incidents Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing Establish and maintain effective relationships with those contacted in the course of work Clearly and concisely document the facts and circumstances of a law enforcement incident Correctly identify the elements of a crime and accurately record them in a police report for purposes of prosecution Operate law enforcement computerized data entry and retrieval systems Any equivalent combination of training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities is qualifying.
Special Requirements Be at least 21 years of age; except that a person may attend an academy if the person will be 21 before graduating Valid Arizona Driver's License ACJIS Terminal Operators Certification AZPOST Police Officer Certification Must continuously meet all the requirements and standards of AZPOST Physical
Work requires walking, running, lifting, and climbing during efforts to catch or subdue hostile individuals. Applying in this recruitment does not preclude you from applying in other City of Glendale recruitments. If you are not selected for this position, you would need to reapply to receive consideration.
Candidates will be notified by email of their standing in the recruitment process, including any limitations on reapplication. Glendale is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity at all levels of the workforce. Applicants may obtain a copy of the City of Glendale's EEOP Utilization Report here or upon request from the City of Glendale's Human Resources & Risk Management Office. SDL2017
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