Commander Police Reserves Job Description Sample
Reporting to the Captain of Patrol Operations, this position has an internal title of DPS Lieutenant and is a full-time, uniformed, unarmed university employee who is the primary supervisor of a shift or watch. The incumbent will have significant responsibility in supervising DPS Shift Supervisors (sergeants) contract security officers who supplement DPS staffing, and work study students; planning and directing watch activities; assigning work, monitoring workload, analyzing the methods used and implementing changes when/where needed; providing training, issuing assignments and reviewing quality of work. The Watch Commander also assists with patrolling the campus grounds and campus buildings to ensure a safe environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors.
Position Specific Responsibilities:
Provides technical advice and guidance to officers and students in the enforcement of campus rules and regulations.
Prepares absentee/morning reports and watch schedules/lists for the following day. Responsible for receiving reports, maintaining desk journals, ensuring accuracy of paperwork submitted, maintaining key control for various buildings and vehicles, issuing specialized equipment, and checking neatness and cleanliness of DPS facilities.
Inspects the physical security of the campus areas, evaluates situations and conditions, identifies deficiencies, and recommends or takes appropriate actions.
Responsible for inspecting DPS activities on the campus to ensure compliance with established policies and procedures. The incumbent also responds to and investigates complaints, compiles evidence, makes apprehensions, prepares reports relating to criminal and civil security hazards, takes witness statements; monitors unusual situations/conditions through personal surveillance or electronic surveillance aids; responds to radio calls and takes required action and requests additional support if necessary.
May respond to LMU-related incidents surrounding the Loyola Marymount University campus.
Work special assignments as required and participate in all recommended training programs.
Detect, identify, and assist LAPD in detaining persons who commit illegal acts or violations of university regulations on LMU property. Ensure reports and other forms are properly completed and approved.
Supervise, schedule and track the work and training of the contract security officers assigned to work with LMU Public Safety.
Respond to activated alarms for emergency situations such as fire, chemical spills, medical emergencies, burglaries, and door security concerns.
Immediately send out LMU Alerts to LMU Community and report emergency situations to on-duty manager.
Generate reports of daily activity, including any irregularities of equipment, property damage or any incidents reported to DPS.
Circulate among visitors, students and employees to preserve order and protect property and warn persons of LMU rule infractions.
Provide customer service in accordance with LMU established standards and expectations.
Provide escort or access service according to policy for occupants if requested.
May represent LMU DPS within the campus community and at professional organizations or associations and may serve on committees as needed.
Patrol premises to prevent and detect signs of intrusion, failed equipment operation and any safety hazards.
Patrol to secure doors, gates and windows during off-hours.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Minimum 5 years of municipal, state or federal law enforcement or security experience in progressively responsible positions.
Demonstrated knowledge of compliance requirements under state and federal regulations as they pertain to gathering and disclosing data. Working knowledge of constitutional rights of individuals, elements of arrest, search and seizure. Demonstrated knowledge in the areas of: emergency response, conflict resolution, gathering and compiling data to produce reports, public safety procedures and security operations, and the use of two-way communications equipment.
Ability to use verbal and physical skills to de-escalate and control high profile incidents, maintaining an effective working relationship with the LMU community at all times. Maintaining control in an emergency, using good judgment, initiative, and organizing ability. Ability to use good judgment and tact when carrying out public relations activities, e.g., giving directions, making discreet inquiries.
Demonstrated ability to thoroughly and professionally investigate and report incidents, to direct efforts of personnel and resources during an emergency (thorough knowledge of the Incident Command System is required) and to respond to incidents in a manner that will result in public confidence.
Exemplary communication skills (both written and oral) evidenced by a background in preparing comprehensive reports and executive summaries.
Must be willing to work various shifts and on weekends and holidays.
Demonstrated computer competency and preferably knowledgeable of relevant systems.
Strong organizational and leadership skills.
This position is deemed as Campus Security Authority (CSA) under the Jeanne Clery Act.
This position is deemed a Mandatory Reporter by university policy.
This position requires the incumbent to wear an approved duty uniform and utility belt and to abide by a uniform and grooming standards policy.
- Typically an Associate of Arts degree or higher in criminology, police science or related field, or equivalent experience. Incumbent will be expected to continue upgrading knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to keep abreast of regulation/policy changes.
Requires valid California driver's license. Must maintain a "satisfactory" driving record as evidenced by DMV records.
Must possess and keep current a California Guard Card, a California Driver's License, CPR/First-Aid & AED certifications and PR24 Baton certification.
Certificate of Completion for PC 832 Training.
This position is deemed as Campus Security Authority (CSA) under the Jeanne Clery Act.
Physical Demands (if applicable)
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Constantly required to sit, feel, use finger movement, speak clearly, hear conversation, see near and far. Frequently required to stand and walk. Occasionally required to lift, carry and push up to 25 lbs., stoop, kneel, reach high and low, use depth perception.
Special Instructions Exemption Status: Non-Exempt Salary Grade Minimum: Salary Grade Midpoint: Posting Date 01/09/2019 Application Deadline Date:
Reserves Portfolio Analyst
Responsible for performing general support functions for Portfolio Managers in the servicing of multiple portfolios of commercial real estate loans. Conducts research and financial analysis of commercial real estate properties, loans and portfolios.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES
Conducts research and financial analysis of commercial real estate properties, loans and portfolios. Assists with data compilation for lender decisions. Makes presentation of analysis that will be used for investment decisions.
Assists Portfolio Managers by performing tasks involved in monitoring the performance of assigned commercial real estate loan portfolios.
Provides general customer service to clients and related contacts.
Prepares various monthly and quarterly reports for portfolios.
Other duties may be assigned.
No formal supervisory responsibilities in this position.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE
High School diploma or General Education Degree (GED) required with a minimum of 3 years related experience. Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university preferred.
CERTIFICATES and/or LICENSES
Ability to comprehend and interpret instructions, short correspondence, and memos and ask clarifying questions to ensure understanding. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.
Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from clients, co-workers, and/or supervisor. Ability to effectively present information to an internal department and/or large groups of employees.
Requires basic knowledge of financial terms and principles. Ability to calculate simple figures such as percentages.
Ability to understand and carry out general instructions in standard situations. Ability to solve problems in standard situations. Requires basic analytical skills.
OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES
Intermediate skills with Microsoft Office Suite products such as Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.
SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITY
Decisions made with general understanding of procedures and company policies to achieve set results and deadlines. Errors in judgment may cause short-term impact to co-workers and supervisor.
Reserve Police Officer - Unpaid
Reserve Officer training will be 45 weeks long;
THIS IS AN UNPAID POSITION
Tuesday and Thursday
6 p.m. – 10 p.m. and Saturday
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Field training will be 480 hours.
The Police Chief shall establish the selection criteria and procedures for the volunteer Reserve Officer process. THIS IS AN UNPAID POSITION.
SPECIAL NOTE: Applicants must successfully pass a physical assessment test, a polygraph examination, an interview board, a medical examination, a psychological examination and an extensive background check.
WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR
The City of Fort Worth Police Department is recruiting Reserve Police Officers to supplement the paid police force. Reserve Police Officers are unpaid Peace Officers under general supervision according to the chain of command and are responsible for providing police protection and safety to the citizens and businesses of Tarrant County.
The Reserve Police Officer is a volunteer position. Reserve Officers are required to commit at least fifteen (15) hours of volunteer time a month to the program. The Chief of Police may increase or reduce the required hours based on the needs of the Department.
Reserve Officer's essential duties and responsibilities will include:
Patrolling an assigned area via foot, auto, motorcycle, bicycle and/or horse to ensure law compliance and to investigate suspicious activities, individuals or conditions;
Performing arrests of individuals who violate the law and/or ordinance;
Enforcing City, State and Federal laws;
Responding to calls for assistance and providing necessary policy protection;
Interacting with community to establish rapport; and
Performing related duties and fulfilling responsibilities as required.
Minimum Requirements include:
High School Diploma or GED PLUS 12 College Hours;
Valid Texas Driver's License;
Between the ages of 21 – 55 years of age;
Must be able to speak, read and write the English Language;
Must be a United States citizen; and
Must pass a Departmental Physical Assessment Test.
Applicants for this position must pass a Criminal Justice Information Systems (CJIS) fingerprint-based background check and maintain CJIS eligibility. Due to CJIS requirements related to system access, the following will result in being disqualified for this position: Felony Convictions, Felony Deferred Adjudication, Class A & B Misdemeanor Deferred Adjudication, Class A or B Misdemeanor Convictions, an Open Arrest for Any Criminal Offense (Felony or Misdemeanor), and Family Violence Convictions.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Minorities and women are encouraged to apply
Questions regarding the application process may be directed to: Lt. Amy Ladd at email@example.com .
Requirement for Out of State Applicants
All out of state applicants for the Reserve Officer program are required to complete the TCOLE "Out of State Application" process in conjunction with our own selection process. You should contact Cheyenne Hobbs with TCOLE at (512) 936-7700 immediately to find out more information. If you find out that you do not qualify for the TCOLE Out of State process then you are not eligible for the Fort Worth Police Department Reserve Officer program. All out of state applicants must complete the entire TCOLE Out of State process, including passing the state licensing examination, at least two weeks prior to starting the Reserve Officer program. You can find out more information on the TCOLE Out of State Process page. You must meet our minimum qualifications and complete the TCOLE Out of State process to qulify for the Fort Worth Police Department Reserve Officer program.
Security Industry Specialists (SIS) provides security solutions to some of the most recognized companies and brands in the world. We deliver services that consistently exceed those of our peers. We accomplish this through innovation, constant process improvement, and through an uncompromising commitment to hiring, retaining and rewarding the best talent available.
NOTE: MUST HAVE OPEN AVAILABILITY
General Statement of Job
The Watch Commander directly oversees Field Supervisors and also manages uniformed Specialists during assigned shifts. The Watch Commander should understand the fundamentals of security management and possess the project management skills in order to initiate and track security related projects, business continuity, customer service, and effective communications. A sound understanding of HR and personnel related subjects are especially necessary. The Watch Commander reports to the Operations Manager.
Specific Duties and Responsibilities
Essential Job Functions
Develop an excellent working relationship with the client, understanding the client's expectations and using this knowledge to develop the entire security program in a structured goal-orientated process
Directly oversee Supervisors and uniformed Security Specialists during assigned shift, becoming the escalation point for issues that are not solved at a local level
Demonstrate the professionalism and capability to represent the Site Manager at high-level meetings and to undertake initiatives on his/her behalf
Ensure the accurate and timely recommendations of business and security related risks or actions required to the organization with solid focus on details
Provide excellent customer service throughout the workforce by reducing overtime costs and managing guard requests that continuously meets the client needs
Oversee individual performance throughout your allotted span of control to ensure highest levels of competency by developing and enforcing current guidelines for proven performance within the workforce
Understand the client's Emergency Response, Business Continuity, and Disaster Recovery programs
Assist with the development or revision of security operation center processes and protocols
Manage threat intelligence and analysis activities including required escalations to management and crisis management teams
Proactively identify and develop future management talent within the workforce; set achievable work-related goals and objectives to encourage and develop those individuals
Manage the training for all staff including SOPs and emergency response, by formulating structured training plans, establishing record keeping, and revising methods used for teaching skill sets
Additional Job Functions
- Perform other related duties as required.
Minimum Qualifications and Requirements
Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice, Political Science, Journalism, Emergency Management, or other business discipline
A minimum of 5 years in safety and security management, law enforcement/military, security control room experience in supervisor capacity – 5 years of general Customer Call Center or Customer Service supervisory experience also acceptable
Must complete and maintain state guard certification as prescribed by presiding state law, as well as client requested certifications; all documentation and fees are the responsibility of the employee unless otherwise noted
Ability to resolve problems in a timely manner through alternative solutions or group problem solving
Must be able to write clearly and informatively, supervise the quality of written staff work product, and be able to read and interpret written information such as threat advisories and SOPs; excellent verbal communication skills also required
Able to analyze threats and envision potential or real time impact to client operations with the ability to develop or implement response or mitigation strategies; also, synthesize a large volume of information – able to communicate accurate and timely recommendations on business and security related risks or actions required to the organization with solid focus on detail
Display original thinking and creativity, meet challenges with resourcefulness, generate suggestions for improving work, and develop innovative approaches to complex problems
Proficiency in computer applications, general understanding of security systems, and general technical aptitude through demonstrated experience
What we can offer:
$78,000 Salary (full time)
A dynamic and challenging work environment
Health, Dental and Vision benefits, plus access to dependent coverage and a variety of other benefits
Eligibility to contribute to a 401k Plan after the first year of employment
Paid Time Off
Security Industry Specialists, Inc. (SIS)
Private Patrol Operator #PPO 13936
Private Investigator #PI 28063
Unarmed Post Commander - Weekly Pay! Great Benefits!
Champion National Security, the leader in security services, is NOW HIRING Unarmed Post Commander or Birmingham, AL. MUST have current state issued security license to apply! All applicants for this position must have a completely clear criminal background check.
We are seeking an experienced unarmed security post commander to supervise a team of unarmed security officers in Birmingham, Alabama! Our ideal candidate will have previous security service experience and supervisory experience. Candidate will also possess strong leadership and conflict resolution and de-escalation skills. The Post Commander is responsible for ensuring that client directives are communicated clearly to and precisely followed by the officers under his or her command.
Must have exceptional written and verbal communication skills
Must have proficiency with commonly used windows applications
Must have a valid driver's license
Must have open availability including afternoons, nights, weekends and holidays
Must have at least 2 years of Security Guard experience
Must have at least 1 year of supervisory experience in Security Operations
Must be able to effectively coach security officers
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Armed Security Officer
Police Officer (Laterals & Waivers)
NOTE: This recruitment is open to individuals who meet the definition of Police Officer Lateral or Police Officer Waiver (see below).
Pay for experience MAY be considered.
There will be a physical test included in the selection process for this position. Testing will be conducted on various dates throughout the recruitment process. For more information on the testing process, please check the Scottsdale Police Department's website at http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/police/join-scottsdale-pd/police-officer.
City of Scottsdale Police Officers are responsible for protecting life and property, preventing, deterring and investigating crime, enforcing laws and responding to citizen requests through the use of community policing strategies to engage and educate the community.
A Police Officer Lateral is someone who has current Arizona P.O.S.T. Peace Officer Certification.
A Police Officer Waiver is an applicant who meets one of the following conditions:
- Has successfully completed field training, probation, and is currently operating as fully functional sworn peace officer in municipal policing within the United States or its Territories; OR,
- Is a former Arizona P.O.S.T. certified peace officer who has left their position more than 3 years ago.
Applicant eligibility for the waiver (or out-of-state certified police officers) program will be determined during the background process.
1 year of experience working as a peace officer in municipal policing within the United States, or U.S. Territories, within the last 3 years.
Current Arizona P.O.S.T. certification, or certification equivalent to Arizona P.O.S.T. within the United States, or U.S. Territories.
Applicants whose education, training and experience most closely meet the needs of this position may be invited to participate in a selection process to include physical testing and oral board interviews. Final selection is contingent upon a background check which includes:
Criminal background screening
Motor Vehicle Department Records Check
Successful candidates will receive a post-offer, pre-employment drug test, pre-employment medical exam, Cooper re-fitness test (recruit and waiver candidates) and psychological evaluation. The timeframe for reapplication with the Police Department varies based on the position and the needs of the organization.
For further information on eligibility, please contact Public Safety Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org. Minimum Qualifications
Education and Experience:
A high school diploma or General Educational Development (GED) equivalent.
Must be at least 21 years at the time of application.
Must be a United States Citizen.
Must possess and maintain a valid, unrestricted Arizona driver's license with no major citations within the past 39 months prior to the start date.
Obtain and maintain AZPOST Certification.
Performs duties and responsibilities commensurate with assigned functional area within a department(s) which may include, but are not limited to, any combination of the following tasks:
Performs law enforcement patrol activities.
Operates a motor vehicle and observes and monitors the public to determine compliance/noncompliance with prescribed operating or safety standards and laws. Pursues and stops offenders, subdues resisting offenders using necessary force where appropriate, including deadly force.
Issues citations and makes arrests; searches persons, places, and things; seizes and impounds property and evidence; transports arrested persons and property.
Mediates disputes; performs crowd and riot control activities.
Conducts law enforcement investigations.
Protects crime and traffic accident scenes; conducts face to face and phone interviews; observes, gathers, records, processes, and preserves evidence; measures and diagrams crime and traffic accident scenes; prepares detailed written reports of investigative findings; performs data entry of various police activity into computerized records management system, seizes and processes evidence; presents testimony and evidence in court.
Responds to citizen requests for assistance to fires, accidents, and crime scenes; administers first aid to sick and injured citizens for a wide variety of illnesses and injuries; assists distressed motorists and crime scene individuals; directs traffic; moves persons, vehicles, and other property.
This is a safety-sensitive position that requires candidates to successfully pass a post-offer drug screen prior to start date.
As part of the medical examination, candidates must successfully pass an Audiogram Test prior to start date.
As part of the medical examination, candidates must successfully pass a Visual/Ishihara Screening Test prior to start date.
As part of the conditional job offer, candidates must successfully pass an Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training (AZPOST) Medical Exam prior to start date.
Work Environment/Physical Demands
The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position or that an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Perform a multitude of tasks simultaneously or in logical and efficient succession.
Sit for extended periods of time while driving a City vehicle.
Physical agility to pursue offenders on foot; stop and subdue resisting offenders using necessary force where appropriate, including deadly force.
Access paved, gravel, rough, or turf areas; climb elevations.
Exposure to dirt, dust, pollen, inclement weather, temperature extremes, traffic hazards, body fluids, hazardous chemical, firearms, various evidence, firearms, and unpleasant odors.
Perform first aid.
Lift and move up to 160 pounds for long distances with or without assistance.
Physically move persons, vehicles, and other property.
Visually distinguish full range of color spectrum.
Use and maintain proficiency with a variety of law enforcement tools, including handguns, batons, and other weapons.
Visual and muscular dexterity to operate a motor vehicle, computer equipment, and two-way radio maintaining constant vigilance to the surrounding area.
Utilize two-way radio to hear and respond to radio communications, voice instructions, and/or commands under a variety of working situations and background noise levels consistent with scene processing and/or traffic control.
Use appropriate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) when needed/required.
Travel to/from various locations.
Work overtime as required.
Work a variety of scheduled shifts.
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The City of Scottsdale reserves the right to change this process at any time.
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: It is the policy of the city to provide employment opportunities to all persons based solely on ability, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability.
When advised, reasonable accommodations will be made in order for an "otherwise qualified applicant" with a disability to participate in any phase of the recruitment process. Please contact Human Resources to request an accommodation. Persons with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation by contacting HR Receptionist at (480) 312-2491. Requests should be made 24 hours in advance or as early as possible to allow time to arrange the accommodation. For TTY users, the Arizona Relay Service (1-800-367-8939) may contact HR Receptionist at (480) 312-2491.
This position description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the position change.
Reserve Police Officer Level I
The City of Anaheim is seeking Reserve Officers to perform general police and crime prevention duties to ensure the strict enforcement of State and local laws relating to public safety and welfare. Reserve Officers perform a full range of duties with only occasional instruction or assistance. Generally, Reserve Officers will serve in a supplemental role to Patrol Operations and during special assignments (i.e. City Council meetings). Reserve Officers have the authority to serve in the capacity of a Police Officer. Reserve Officers are required to work a minimum of 16 hours per month, attend regular meetings, and maintain current P.O.S.T. training standards.
For more information about the hiring process, visit http://anaheim.net/Recruiting.
Receive calls through dispatch and respond to requests for police services; respond to medical aid requests and administer first aid as needed.
Arrest suspects involved in suspected criminal behavior; pursue or search for suspects; detain suspicious persons.
Investigate traffic accidents, direct traffic, remove hazards and report malfunctioning traffic equipment.
Make car stops for traffic violations or suspicious activity; question reporting parties, suspects and witnesses and prepare departmental reports; secure crime scenes and collect evidence; testify and present evidence in court proceedings.
Perform problem-oriented policing functions and duties.
Based on assignment may be required to investigate crimes, perform administrative duties, conduct crime prevention or conduct training for other personnel.
Perform related duties and responsibilities as required.
Knowledge of city, state and federal laws, statutes, ordinances and court decisions; departmental policies; criminal investigations principles and practices; law enforcement crime prevention, and problem-oriented policing principles; interviewing and interrogation techniques; collection of evidence; technology including various computer software and hardware.
The ability to communicate clearly and accurately, both orally and in writing; exercise tact, self-restraint and good judgment; safely and appropriately use firearms and other weapons. Establish and maintain effective relationships with those contacted in the course of employment.
Must be a High School Graduate or possess a G.E.D Certificate from an accredited school.
Must be a minimum of 21 years of age upon completion of a CA Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) approved Police Academy.
Must be a United States Citizen or in the process of obtaining citizenship.
Completion of a CA Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) approved Basic Law Enforcement Academy (a copy of your certificate must be attached to your application at the time of submission).
Possession of a valid California driver's license with a good driving record.
IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS
Applications will be accepted until MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 2019 at 5:00 PM. Applicants are encouraged to apply early. Applications will not be accepted after this deadline.
Physical Agility Test, Oral Interview & Pre-Background Screening: The physical agility test and oral interview will be held on Saturday, February 9, 2019. Successful candidates will be interviewed by a background investigator after the oral interview.
- Physical Agility Test Standards (access the document via the link below)
To be considered a Reserve Police Officer Level I candidate, you must be a Level 1 Reserve or completed a CA Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) approved Basic Law Enforcement Academy.
Out-of-State Applicants: Must have a CA POST Basic Course Waiver by date of appointment. For more information regarding how to obtain a waiver, please visit: https://post.ca.gov/basic-course-waiver-process.aspx
The following documents are required and must be completed and brought to the testing process on Saturday, February 9, 2019.
- Personal History Statement (PHS)
- Background Investigation Questionnaire (BIQ)
- Required Documents
- Applicant Autobiography
Further selection steps include, but are not limited to a background investigation, polygraph examination, psychological evaluation, a medical examination, which includes drug/alcohol screening, and an interview with the Chief of Police. The interview with the background investigator and completion of the background investigation will include, but is not limited to, verification and evaluation of any present and/or past use of drugs, driving and employment history.
Please review the following common disqualifiers. If any items listed pertain to you, you will be automatically disqualified in the background investigation. You may, at this time, want to screen yourself and withdraw prior to starting the recruitment process.
Any illegal use, sales, or possession of a drug classified as an opiate (heroin, opium, etc.) or PCP.
Any use of cocaine, methamphetamine, hallucinogens (GHB, MDMA/ecstasy, ketamine, etc.) within five years of date of application.
Any illegal use of anabolic steroids within three years of date of application.
A pattern or history of irresponsibility as evidenced by debt collections, civil judgments, failure to pay, late payments, etc.
Two or more at-fault traffic collisions within three years of the date of application.
Conviction of a hit-and run offense.
Any driver's license suspension within five years of date of application.
Conviction of a felony crime.
Conviction of any misdemeanor crime within five years of application.
Any conviction as an adult, of any misdemeanor crime involving domestic violence, sexual-related offenses or crimes against children.
Any conviction as an adult, of a theft or larceny crime.
The following may result in disqualification:
Use of cocaine, methamphetamine, hallucinogens (GHB, MDMA/ecstasy, ketamine, etc.) previous to five years of application.
Prior marijuana use.
Prior nitrous oxide use.
Illegal use of anabolic steroids previous to three years of application.
Illegal use of a hypodermic needle/ syringe.
A bankruptcy within the past three years of date of application.
More than one moving violation in the past 12 months, and/or three or more moving citations within the past three years, and/or five or more moving citations within the past five years of date of application.
Candidates must be specific and complete in describing their qualifications for this position. Stating "See Resume" is not an acceptable substitute for a completed application. Failure to state all pertinent information may lead to elimination from consideration.
The City of Anaheim uses E-Verify and new employees must provide documentation to establish both work authorization and identity.
Communication regarding your application and/or status will be sent to the email address listed on your application. Please check your email regularly throughout the recruitment process.
Police Public Information Liaison
Coordinates media relations and acts as a primary daily media and community contact for the Police Department. Strategically and proactively plans daily media releases, and serves as one of the primary department spokespersons for TV, Radio and Digital/Print News Media. Acts as one of the primary public relations and marketing liaisons for the Police Department. Work requires limited supervision and the appropriate use of independent judgment and discretion.
Provides information to the news media about the Police Department activity in response to requests on a daily basis.
Provides strategic information to the news media about the Police Department activity in response to leadership goals, and investigative needs.
Participates in other media relations activities, which include: responding to routine inquiries, drafting, editing amd distributing news releases: alerting the media of photo and coverage opportunities; identifying and communicating newsworthy stories; performing on-camera or audio interviews; providing print/ digital interviews, organizing press events; and/or, performing other media or community-related activities.
Subject to 24/7/365 call back coverage of DPD and other law enforcement agencies and issues and keeps the Command Staff briefed of trends or upcoming potential issues.
Creates, updates and revises and manages Police Department internet presence; performs regular reviews of website page to ensure accuracy, timeliness and relevance; monitors Police Department content and image on external internet sites; establishes presence on internet website with recruiting opportunities.
Provides regular releases using social media including Facebook, Twitter, Nextdoor, Instagram and other social networking tools in order to promote and protect the agency and community. Develops and produces content for and manages the social media/internet presence of the Police Department, marketing with strategic content. Responsible for overseeing all aspects of the Police Department's webpage.
Develops promotional media and items for the department in various formats, which may include graphics, pamphlets, flyers, poster and/or other formats.
Coordinates activites with the City's Public Information Office when necessary.
Performs a variety of adminstrative activities in support of departmental operations and goals.
Assists with the recruitment and hiring tasks including video production, internet marketing campaigns and strategic recruitment marketing plans.
Maintains regular and punctual attendance
- Performs other duties as assigned
Requires a Bachelor's Degree in Communications, Journalism, Marketing or a closely related field, and
Three to five years of progressive professional experience in media, police administration, public relations or a closely related field
- Any combination of related education, experience, certifications and licenses that will result in a candidate successfully performing the essential functions of the job
Established professional relationships within and knowledge of local news media
Knowledge and understanding of the mission, goals and objectives of the Denton Police Department
Ability to establsih and implement cohesive written and verbal communication
Ability to write executive-level communications for internal and external audiences
Experience with Microsoft products and social media tools
Knowledge of communication principles, media and public relations techniques
Collaborate and build positive coalitions with community and professional groups and organizations.
Ability to analyze complex problems, interpret operational needs and develop integrated, creative solutions
Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality
Conditions of Employment
Must have a valid Class "C" Driver's License and valid state required minimum automobile liability insurance prior to employment (must obtain Texas Class "C" driver's license and state required minimum automobile liability insurance within 30 days of hire per state law)
Must pass a drug test, driver's license check, criminal history background check, and social security number verification check
Must be able to work outside of regular business hours as required
Must attend and successfully complete the City's Defensive Driving Course (DDC) as soon as possible after employment (if required to drive City vehicle or personal vehicle for City business)
Police Communications Operator
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.
Communications Operator - Georgetown University Police Communications Center
The Georgetown University Police Communications Center is staffed by Police Communications Officers (PCOs) and Licensed Communications Operators (LCOs) (both Communications Dispatchers) who are responsible for answering emergency and non-emergency calls for service, dispatching these calls, initiating EMS responses, monitoring alarm systems, and working the customer service desk. Incumbent for this positions answers calls from the public regarding all types of emergencies, ranging from crimes being committed to various kinds of university community needs. Dispatchers work shifts including days, nights, weekends and holidays. The job requires significant knowledge, skill and abilities in responding to citizens needs and the dispatching of police officers in calls for service. The work can be fast paced, time critical, stressful and demanding, and requires good communication skills, the ability to multi-task, and resource management skills. They may work alone or be partnered with another Communications Officer or Operator with little supervision. When dealing with callers, Communications Operators must remain calm and collected while displaying good communications skills. They also need to prioritize calls, depending on the level of emergency. Communications Operators are CPR, NCIC, APCO, and Public Safety Telecommunicator certified through APCO, and Incident Command certified through FEMA, at a minimum. Duties include but are not limited to:
Answering emergency and non-emergency phone lines.
Entering caller information into the computer aided dispatch system (CAD).
Interacting with police officers over the two-way radio system.
Entering police officer generated information in the CAD.
Monitoring and reacting to security systems to include a Video Management System (VMS) and Alarm Management System.
Entering VMS observations into the VMS logging system.
Assisting community members and Police Officers at the Police Service Desk.
Interacting with related computer based information systems to include, but not limited to, LiveSafe, GoCard System, HoyAlert.
Other duties as need for the Georgetown University Police Department.
High School Diploma (or equivalent) required; College Degree preferred, but not required
At least 3 years of general work experience required; 1 to 3 years of related experience as a dispatcher is preferred; An equivalent combination of training, education and/or experience may be considered in lieu of above requirements
Demonstrated ability to multi-task and remain calm while performing complex operations under stress
Assists in tasks that include but are not limited to training new communications center staff
Performs miscellaneous clerical tasks such as updating and maintaining department records
Maintains required APCO certifications and current knowledge of police and communications methods and practices
May represent the Police Department by participating in various committees
Must be able to obtain WALES clearance with the completion of a background check
Technical Qualifications of Specialized Certification
Must be at least 18 years of age
Must qualify for a Security Officer License in the District of Columbia
No felony convictions or convictions of misdemeanors involving crimes of moral turpitude or gross misconduct
Must not currently be wanted for any crime
Must not have been found guilty by reason of mental illness for any crime
Must be a United States citizen or have been a lawful resident of the U.S. for the past 10 consecutive years
Must be able to pass an extensive background investigation
Must become certified and maintain a NCIC/WALES certification
Work with minimal supervision
Assist the public in a professional manner
Have the ability to multitask and prioritize in a very busy police communications center
Ability to communicate effectively via telephone and radio
Ability to handle stress under emergency situations
Ability to type at least 35 words per minute
Experience operating computers using MS Windows
National Crime Information Center/Washington Area Law Enforcement System (NCIC/WALES) Operator Requirements as set out by the FBI Criminal Justice Information System
Previous experience working in a communications center is highly desired
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Police Officer - Baltimore City Police Department
The Baltimore Police Department (BPD) is looking for an outstanding civilian to be a dedicated and driven servant for public safety as a Baltimore City Police Officer. The ideal candidate is someone who is committed to public service, constitutional policing, and making a positive impact on Baltimore communities; is a person of integrity; and has strong communication skills.
As a uniformed Baltimore Police Officer, you are assigned to patrol a neighborhood by vehicle or on foot. Employees in this class work rotating shifts including evening, weekends and holiday hours. In this capacity, you respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for service and promote the safety of the public and of fellow police officers. You will be a proactive member of our Department, engaging in community-oriented policing, traffic enforcement, and on occasion, special details. You are expected to meet all administrative requirements.
Through provided academic training, you will develop skills to:
Assist you in maintaining your composure in high-stress situations
Mediate and de-escalate interpersonal conflict
Make split second-decisions
You will learn:
Constitutional policing for the 21st century
The pathway to Baltimore communities and cultural competencies
Federal, state and city laws, statutes and ordinances
Applicants must successfully complete the following steps in the hiring process before being hired as a Baltimore Police Officer:
National Testing Network (NTN) "Frontline National" Test
Physical Agility Test
The form that you are completing today is not one of the steps listed above. It is an online application to determine your eligibility to take the Civil Service Test. If you are a Baltimore City resident, we will provide you with a voucher to access the NTN Frontline National test for free.
The Baltimore City Police Department seeks candidates with the highest moral and ethical standards for our agency. The background investigation must indicate that you have the necessary morals, honesty, trustworthiness, and integrity to join our ranks. You must pass this phase to proceed to the next step in the candidate selection process.
During the investigation stage, members of the Background Investigations Unit initiate contact with employers, family, friends, associates and neighbors. In addition, the investigator will review your work history and speak to co-workers, teachers, and anyone else who can offer insights into your character and fitness for police work.
On or before the date of filing the application, each candidate must:
Be a U.S. citizen
Possess a valid driver's license. Please note, you cannot have any more than 3 points on your license.
Must be 20 years of age and 9 months upon beginning the academy.
Must have a high school diploma or General Education Development (GED) certified diploma recognized by the State Board of Education .
Must not have any current court orders relating to domestic violence.
Cannot have been dishonorably discharged from the military.
No felony or serious misdemeanor convictions.
Misdemeanors must be expunged from criminal record.
Must not have been arrested for DUI within the past 5 years (60 months).
NOTE: Those eligible candidates who are under final consideration for appointment will be required to authorize the release of criminal conviction information and submit to drug testing.
NOTE: YOUR LICENSE MUST BE RECORDED ON YOUR APPLICATION AND WILL BE VERIFIED BY THE APPOINTING AUTHORITY. PROVISIONAL DRIVER'S LICENSES AND LEARNER'S PERMITS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE.
Service Fee: Police Officers employed by the Baltimore Police Department will be represented by the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) and will be required to become a union member or pay a service fee as a condition of continuing employment after completion of a probationary period.
Probation: Candidates who successfully complete their Police Academy training are promoted to Police Officer. Upon graduation, officers are assigned to foot patrol, after which they will be assigned to a patrol district. The date of initial promotion to Police Officer on foot patrol marks the beginning of a one-year probationary evaluation period. During this period, the conduct of probationary officers will be under close scrutiny.
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