Deputy Sheriff Commander Criminal And Patrol Division Job Description Sample
Deputy Sheriff Patrol 2018
Description Salary depends on education and/or experience
_You are required to be Colorado P.O.S.T. certified by April or July 2018 _
APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO PASS A PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST
Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office does not send people to a P.O.S.T. Academy (Police Academy).Performs a variety of complex law enforcement duties.
Enforces Federal and State laws and County or City ordinances for the protection of life, health, safety, welfare and property. Duties The following duty statements are illustrative of the essential functions of the job and do not include other non-essential or marginal duties that may be required. In addition, the County reserves the right to change the duties and essential functions of this job at any time.
Performs routine patrol duties for the purpose of preventing, detecting, and responding to suspicious or illegal activity. Respond to calls for service on an emergency or non-emergency basis. Conducts initial investigations of crime scenes/incidents to obtain pertinent facts and information.
Conducts interviews of witnesses, victims, participants, or suspects at a scene of an incident or crime. Collects and preserves evidence and property at an incident or crime scene. Arrests suspects involved in misdemeanor/felony criminal activity.
Writes citations to individuals for minor violations of the law. Prepares reports, forms, and documents related to patrol activities. Utilizes in car computer system to: write reports, self-dispatch to calls for service, obtain call history, obtain history and in-house records on contacted individuals.
Appears in court as a witness/complaint to provide testimony. Provides assistance, direction, and support to persons in need during non-law enforcement emergency and non-emergency situations. Does not pose a direct threat or significant risk of substantial harm to the safety or health of himself/herself or others.
Is committed to a high standard of safety laws and all of the Sheriff's Office policies and rules and must be willing to report safety violations and potential safety violations to appropriate supervisory or management personnel. Main regular and acceptable attendance at a level that is determined at the Sheriff's Office discretion. Is available and willing to work such overtime per day or per week as the Sheriff's Office determines is necessary or desirable to meet its needs.
Is available and willing to work such weekends and holidays as the Sheriff's Office determines are necessary or desirable to meet its needs. Follows and supports the mission, values, organizational philosophies, operational principles, code of conduct and policies and procedures of the Sheriff's Office. May have to act as incident commander until a higher ranking person assumes command. Performs related duties as required and assigned.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The following are some of the physical demands commonly associated with this position. They are included for informational purposes and are not all inclusive. 1.
Spends 60% of the time sitting and 40% of the time either standing, walking or running while in the field or office. 2. Must possess sufficient strength to carry a human being from a hazardous area (average - 150 lbs.). 3. Frequently pushes, pulls, climbs, balances, stoops, kneels, crouches, reaches, handles and feels while in the field and office. 4.
Must possess sufficient physical capability to overcome and restrain a combative or resistive subject. 5. Oral and auditory capacity enabling interpersonal communication as well as communication through automated devices such as the two way radio, intercom system and telephone. 6. Auditory capacity enabling the detection of sounds related to criminal or suspicious activity. 7.
Visual and fine/gross motor skills enabling the use of a firearm, office and field equipment. 8. Visual and fine/gross motor skills enabling the safe operation of an emergency vehicle during normal, emergency, pursuit and hazardous weather situations. 9. Visual capacity including color vision in order to distinguish color/descriptions of vehicles, suspects, victims and other relevant objects. 10.
Olfactory sensory capabilities to detect criminal/hazardous situations. Requirements Colorado P.O.S.T. Certification Applicants must be able to effectively communicate in written and spoken English.
Minimum Age for Applicants is 21 years. High School Diploma or GED Working knowledge of law enforcement principles, procedures, techniques and equipment. Working knowledge of the policies, procedures and methods utilized by the Agency.
Working knowledge of Federal and State law, County ordinances. Ability to maintain Agency proficiency standards in the use of firearms. Ability to safely operate a County vehicle in normal and adverse conditions.
Ability to define community policing as an evolving organizational strategy and personal philosophy based on a set of values emphasizing problem solving partnerships with neighborhoods which create and improve communities. Ability to acquire skill in the use of related office and field equipment. Ability to use computers as required by position.
Ability to successfully complete in-service/mandatory training. Ability to act with tack and impartiality. Ability to read and understand applicable Federal, State and local laws.
Ability to remain calm and respond appropriately to emergency and/or threatening situations. Ability to protect oneself and others in threatening situations. Ability to physically subdue and control unruly and resisting individuals.
Ability to perform law enforcement duties requiring good psychological and physical condition. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with superiors, fellow workers, court officials, suspects, witnesses, other law enforcement officials and the general public. Ability to pass established annual physical testing.
Ability to communicate effectively in verbal and written English. Supplemental Information REQUIRED EXAMINATIONS: The screening process for any position within the Sheriff's Office may include written test(s), an oral interview, skills test(s) and/or other selection methods designed to measure applicants' ability to perform the essential functions of the job they are seeking. Required examinations may also include:
- Polygraph Examination.
*Physical Fitness Test
Psychological Evaluation (for certain positions).
Medical Examination, including a drug screen.
Background Investigation. This will include, but is not limited to contact with the applicant's former employers, associates, neighbors and other pertinent sources.
Applicant's military history, school records, police records and driving record will also be investigated. All examinations are conducted by qualified/licensed individuals designated by the Sheriff's Office at the Sheriff's Office expense. EXPECTED DURATION OF THE APPLICATION PROCESS:
Due to the nature of the application and selection process for the Sheriff's Office, applicants can reasonably expect the application process to take a significant amount of time to complete before a decision is made to hire or not to hire. Typically, it takes approximately 8 to 12 weeks from the date of application to complete the entire selection process. The length of time it takes to complete the process can vary depending on a variety of factors.
Please note that this is an estimated duration of the selection process. If you have questions regarding the application process, please contact the Human Resources Section at (720) 874-4118. WORK SCHEDULES:
Employees are required to work the time periods and/or shifts, rotational and/or stationary, and location assignment, consistent with the needs of the Sheriff's Office. DUTY ASSIGNMENTS: All applicants hired by the Sheriff serve at the pleasure of the Sheriff of Arapahoe County and may be assigned to any of the agencies bureaus, sections or units at the discretion of the Sheriff or his duly appointed representative.
Employment is at the will and pleasure of the Sheriff, per Colorado State Statute: 30-10-506. Written policies and other manuals do not alter the at will status of employment. COMMUNITY POLICING:
The Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office is committed to the implementation of the community-policing concept. Community policing is an organizational strategy and philosophy which emphasizes problem solving partnerships between the Sheriff's Office, neighborhoods and businesses, working together to create a better quality of life within the community. INITIAL STATUS PERIOD OF EMPLOYMENT:
Successful applicants are subject to an initial status period of employment. This initial status period is 12 months for deputies. The initial status period is regarded as part of the applicant's examination process and will be utilized for purposes of employee evaluation, training and adjustment to the demands of the profession.
New employees, who fail to perform satisfactorily during the period, may be separated from the Sheriff's Office, depending on the circumstance of each case. APPLICANT DISQUALIFICATION FACTORS: Applicants are advised that areas for disqualification from further consideration include, but are not limited to, the following:
Illegal Drug Use. Applicants who have recent illegal drug usage will be disqualified.
Recent drug use includes marijuana within 1 year and all other illegal drug use within the past 5 years. All other illegal drug use will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
Any felony conviction
Outside activities which may be deemed a conflict of interest
Revelation or discovery of assaultive behavior
Documented record of prior work performance
Unsuccessful completion of any basic requirement
Inability to perform the essential functions of the position
Police history - type, frequency and nature of contacts(s).
Providing false or misleading information during the application / selection process. Additional Specific Disqualification Factors for Deputy Sheriff
Misdemeanor convictions that affect an individual's Colorado P.O.S.T. Certification.
Domestic violence conviction
Permanent restraining order as a result of domestic violence It is the policy of the Sheriff's Office to not discuss the reasons why applicants were not selected for hire. There is no flexibility to this policy.
Applicants may be notified of their disqualification at any point in the selection process. If you receive such a notice, it simply means that you do not meet our standards at this time. Receiving this notice does not indicate that you are ineligible to apply with other agencies.
POLICY ON REAPPLICATION Applicants who failed a written test may reapply and retest no sooner than six months from the date of they took the written test. All other applicants who are disqualified can reapply with the Sheriff's Office no sooner than one year from the date of notification of non-selection. We are an equal employment opportunity employer. EEOE M/F/D/V We are an equal employment opportunity employer, who fully supports and complies with ADA. Salary: $53,071.72 - $70,093.40 Annually
Location:* CO 80112, CO
Job Type:* Full-time
Department:* Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office
Job Number:* 03167 Closing: 2/2/2018 11:59 PM Mountain
Agency:* Arapahoe County
Address:* 5334 S. Prince Street Littleton, Colorado, 80120. Phone: (303) 636-1729 Website: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/arapahoe/default.cfm
Deputy Clerk, Criminal Division Team Leader/Trainer
Job Description The Criminal Division Team Leader
/Trainer is a deputy clerk (Grade 9) assigned operational and training responsibilities in the Criminal Division. The position requires assisting with or personally handling the operational activities required for efficient caseload processing in records management, cash handling, and public relations. Ensures court’s instructions are executed and legal documents are prepared with accuracy and in accordance with state and local policies. This position also receives a 15% salary supplement from the locality. This position offers a competitive benefits package, which includes vacation and sick leave, 12 paid holidays, health insurance, retirement, life insurance, deferred compensation and short- and long-term disability Essential Duties and
The primary responsibilities of this position focus on counter and courtroom duties to include training, spot checking, and reviewing counter and courtroom status. Additional duties include assisting in training deputy clerks in all aspects of the division activities, including performance feedback, documenting the training process and providing supervisors with performance feedback, assisting with writing observation reports, developing and keeping up-to-date job and training aids, and delivering mini-training sessions to staff as needed. Responsible for closing out register clerks and completing the daily deposit when scheduled. Also, assists supervisors in overseeing case processing, performing courtroom rotation duties, processing magistrate work and mail, checking dockets, and assuming additional responsibilities as needed or required by management.
Minimum Qualifications High school diploma or equivalent required
, some college preferred. Court experience highly desired, most competitive applicants will have some court, office or training related experience. Applicants should be highly organized, like working in a fast-paced environment and be able to learn new tasks quickly. Must be willing to assist the public in a courteous and efficient manner and be a team player who assists others. Must be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Suite computer software. Some flexibility in work hours is required.
Special Requirements All employees will receive a
15% salary supplement in addition to the state salary. Applicants must pass pre-employment tests, including data entry, and a criminal background check in order to be considered for employment.
Special Instructions to Applicants State application
, resume and cover letter required. STATE APPLICATION MUST BE FULLY COMPLETED IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED. Applicants must apply online. Only interviewed applicants will be notified of the filling of the position. No phone calls or e-mails regarding application status. The Virginia Judicial System is an equal opportunity employer, committed to diversity in the workplace. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or disability. Applicants who need accommodations for an interview should request this in advance. All candidates are subject to a criminal history background check before being offered employment.
Name Jewel Jefferson
Phone NO PHONE CALLS OR E
-MAILS REGARDING APPLICATION STATUS. ## Email We do not accept documents via mail or email; you must apply online in order to be considered. email@example.com
Working Title:* Deputy Clerk, Criminal Division Team Leader/Trainer
Role Title:* Non-Classified
Job Open Date:* 01/19/2018 Job Close Date: 01/26/2018 Open Until Filled: No
Is this position funded in whole or in part by the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (Stimulus Package)?:* No
Hiring Range:* $39,640 + 15% county stipend
Agency:* General District Courts (114)
Agency Website:* www.courts.state.va.us
Location:* Fairfax County
059 Position Number: 13876 Job Posting Number: 1033492 Type of Recruitment: General Public
Does this position have telework options?:* No
Bilingual/Multilingual Skill Requirement/Preference:* No
Job Type:* Full-Time (Salaried)
Job Type Detail:* Full-Time Salaried
- Non-Faculty- FTS-1 Pay Band: UG
Lateral Deputy Sheriff
The King County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) is located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. With a commissioned staff of more than 700, we are among the largest sheriff's departments in the country.
Our deputies have opportunities to serve in many different communities, including unincorporated King County, numerous contract city police departments, transit police agencies, and so many more. We offer countless unique assignments that range from school or community-based positions to drug enforcement and bomb disposal. All deputies begin their career on patrol (no jail service requirement), providing service to the people of a specific district.
Deputies are assigned to single-person patrol cars, and gain a strong sense of ownership in their communities by interacting with the residents, business owners, and visitors in the area. This position is a civil service position, for information regarding King County Civil Service Rules you can access these rules at Civil Service Rules.
CONTACT INFORMATION:If you have questions regarding this job announcement, please contact
Civil Service Administration
Mei Barker, at 206-477-7279 or Mei.Barker@KingCounty.Gov KCSO Deputy Recruiter – Sergeant Dawkins at KCSORec@KingCounty.Gov
WORK SCHEDULE: 24/7 position, shift of day, swing, or graveyard are determined on need and assigned location. Schedule is dependent upon assignment. Patrol assignments are typically eight hour shifts on a five days on, two days off, five days on, three days off schedule.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL LATERAL APPLICANTS: * Experience as a full-time commissioned police officer with at least 12 months of active patrol
Successful completion of probation as a commissioned officer with a city, county or state police or sheriff's department (Federal experience does not qualify) * Less than a two-year break in service from a former police officer position; and
Academy training that meets or exceeds the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Center's standards (720 hours).
Application and Testing Process:1. Register and complete an application for testing at www.nationaltestingnetwork.com and schedule a date to take the written test.
Following the test you will receive a printed copy of your results. This is for you to keep. The test you take will be validated and the results will be sent to us directly.
Apply online with National Testing Network 2. Once King County Civil Service has received your test scores from the National Testing Network, you will be invited to complete an online application along with all required materials (mentioned in the supplemental questions) by clicking on the "Apply" link towards the top of this job announcement on the right. A complete application is required for processing – do not type "see resume". 3.
Oral Boards – Upon receipt of your satisfactory scores, we will contact you to schedule an oral board interview, as they become available. This is a formal interview in front of a panel of King County deputies, detectives and/or sergeants. The panel will evaluate you on the following criteria: communication skills, background, community involvement, experience, integrity, motivation, interpersonal skills, and problem solving. 4.
Civil Service Eligibility List – Upon successfully passing your oral board examination, a final score will be given based on the combined results from your written test and the oral board interview, as well as any one of the approved preference points listed below, if applicable. Qualified candidates will be merged onto the existing entry-level or lateral eligibility lists.
This list determines the order in which background investigations are conducted. PREFERENCE POINTS * Veteran's Preference: a valid copy of your DD214 must be provided prior to or at the time of your oral board appointment to be valid. *
Foreign Language Proficiency: if you speak a foreign language and wish to receive additional consideration, please indicate this on the applicable supplemental question. You must successfully pass the pre-set requirements in an assessment before additional points are added. You may not use more than one preference. 5.
Background Investigation – Our thorough background investigation includes a look at your criminal, employment, driving, and credit history, personal and professional references, polygraph exam and an evaluation of psychological suitability. KCSO detectives from our Background Unit will conduct the investigation.
All references including your current employer will be contacted immediately due to our expedited process. Your final selection interview will be with one of our three department Chiefs. A medical exam is also required.
TIMELINE You can expect the time from the point of your background investigation begins to the time you are offered a job, to take roughly six (6) weeks. Some background investigations may take longer, and when the investigation begins is dependent upon your position on the eligibility list and the hiring needs of the department.
UNION MEMBERSHIP: This position is represented by the King County Police Officers Guild, which requires union dues. Job Title: Lateral Deputy Sheriff
Opening Date/Time:* Fri. 01/19/18 12:00 AM Pacific Time
Closing Date/Time:* Continuous
Salary:* $62,710.16 - $87,807.50 Annually
Job Type:* Civil Service, Full Time, 40/hrs Wk
Location:* Multiple locations in King County, Washington
Department:* King County Sheriff's Office
Deputy Sheriff (Lateral)
A progressive, professional, full service law enforcement agency of 100+ officers, the San Juan Sheriff's Office is currently recruiting lateral (certified) Deputy applicants. A comprehensive benefits package is offered to all deputies including four-day work week, take-home vehicles; holidays, sick and vacation leave; a fully equipped exercise facility/weight room; opportunities for specialty assignments and advancement, etc. New Mexico Law Enforcement Officers may retire with 25 years of service. You must be a certified law enforcement officer to apply for this position. Some individuals who have completed a law enforcement academy or were military police may be considered on an individual case basis. If you do not meet these minimum qualifications, you must apply for an entry level Deputy Sheriff position when that recruitment is open. Essential Job Functions: The list that follows is not intended as a comprehensive list; it is intended to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed, and may be required to perform additional, position-specific tasks. * Enforces local and state laws and regulations, policies and procedures.
Patrols assigned area to enforce laws, investigate crimes, and arrest violators; drives vehicle through assigned area, observing traffic violations and issuing citations.
Responds to non-routine and extraordinary situations; responds to calls of criminal activity and accidents; restores peace.
Assumes control at traffic accidents to maintain traffic flow, assist accident victims, and investigate causes of accidents.
Performs traffic enforcement; investigates traffic accidents and driving under the Influence (DUI) cases, and completes related reports.
Prepares reports of criminal activity and civil disturbances including traffic accidents.
Investigates illegal or suspicious activities of persons, quells disturbances, and arrests law violators; locates and takes persons into custody on arrest warrants.
Conducts neighborhood watch meetings; handles walk-in citizen reports; provides fingerprinting services.
Works with educators to deter criminal activity by students.
Transports or escorts prisoners between courtrooms, prison, and medical facilities; serves subpoenas and summonses and keeps record of dispositions; keeps order in courtroom as needed.
Exercises discretion and common sense in an effort to uphold department standards of community oriented policing.
Searches and assists in locating missing persons or bodies.
Responds to assist other agencies and departments for backup and security.
- Performs other related duties as assigned. Required Knowledge and
Knowledge of Sheriff's Office policies and procedures, current law enforcement practices, techniques and procedures, and criminal and traffic codes.
Knowledge of County, state and federal laws, regulations and ordinances.
Knowledge of investigative procedures, court procedures, defensive driving, and first aid.
Knowledge of community policing methods and procedures.
Skill in the care and safe operation of a variety of firearms, impact weapons, and chemical agents.
Skill in maintaining composure and working effectively in stressful conditions and emergency situations.
Skill in making decisions in emergency and crisis situations.
Skill in effectively communicating both orally and in writing.
Skill in operating motor vehicles during emergency, high-risk pursuit situations.
Skill in operating a personal computer and software applications.
Skill in following verbal and written instructions.
Skill in working independently or as a team member. Education and Experience:
Must be at least 21 years of age and possess high school diploma or general education degree (GED) and three (3) months related experience and/or training.
State of New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy certification.
Valid State of New Mexico Driver's license or able to obtain within six (6) months of employment. Environmental Factors and Conditions/Physical
* Work is performed in internal and external environments with exposure to inclement weather, and varying temperatures; may be subject to extended periods of driving police vehicle; may be subject to dangerous machinery or physical harm such as vehicles, gunshots, and physical attacks.
May be exposed to hazardous chemicals, drugs, infectious and communicable diseases; may be required to physically restrain persons; must maintain a level of physical fitness to meet Department standards.
Full-time work hours for this position consist of rotating shift work, nights and weekend shifts and overtime. Rotating shifts is a requirement for the operations of this facility.
Work schedule for this position may include working on religious holidays.
Equipment and Tools Utilized: * Equipment utilized includes: patrol vehicles; firearms; impact baton; radios; cameras; radar units; pepper spray; drug and chemical analysis kits; and computerized and conventional office equipment. Job Title: Deputy Sheriff (Lateral)
Salary:* $22.13 - $26.72 Hourly
Job Type:* Full-Time
Location:* Aztec, New Mexico
Deputy Sheriff II
DEPUTY SHERIFF II Print Apply DEPUTY SHERIFF II Salary $67,017.60 - $85,404.80 Annually Location Placerville & South Lake Tahoe, CA Job Type Full-Time Department Sheriff Job Number 1710-5402 Closing Continuous
Questions Description The County of El Dorado is conducting this recruitment to establish a list to fill current and future vacancies in the Sheriff's Office in Placerville and South Lake Tahoe. Those applicants who meet the minimum requirements for this position will be required to complete a pre-background investigation questionnaire.
Based on the information provided, applicants may be disqualified based on criteria set forth in Part 4, Section 406.1 of the County of El Dorado Personnel Rules. The eligibility list will be ranked using the following method: Oral Examination (Sheriff): The oral interview score will be worth 100% of the total score and ranking on list.
DEFINITION Under general supervision, performs a wide variety of peace officer duties involving the protection of life and property, enforcement of laws and ordinances, criminal investigation, crime prevention and suppression, case preparation and testimony, and providing information and assistance to the public. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS Deputy Sheriff II is the experienced class in this series, fully competent to perform a wide range of peace officer duties. It is distinguished form Sheriff's Sergeant in that the latter supervises and trains deputies, in addition to participating in law enforcement activities.
Examples of Essential Functions Patrols assigned areas to ensure the security of life and property, observe situations and deter crime by providing high visibility. Responds to suspicious activities and answers emergency calls for service. Enforces state and local laws and ordinances; issues verbal warnings and citations; pursues and apprehends suspects and requests assistance as required.
Investigates juvenile and adult criminal activity and incidents as the assigned detective. Coordinates crime scene control and investigation, including interviews and interrogations, identification of witnesses, overseeing collection and preservation of physical evidence. Restores order, protects life and property, and maintains the peace at public gatherings and in conflict situations.
Prepares and documents cases, completes reports and records, and prepares and maintains other logs and records. Transports criminals to the Courts, hospitals and various other locations. Serves as bailiff, maintaining order and security in assigned courts.
Serves civil papers to County residents; researches and locates person to be served; provides Coroner/Public Administrator services as assigned. Serves as a coordinator or team member in such special projects as drug enforcement, livestock investigations and boating regulation enforcement. Provides traffic and crowd control as necessary; participates in special details and assignments, including K-9 and Search and Rescue; may serve as field training officer.
Retrieves, identifies and returns found property and/or evidence to owners. Provides emergency aid and assistance to incapacitated persons and requests additional response. Provides information, directions and other services and assistance to the public.
Coordinates with and serves as back up to other local law enforcement agencies. Performs other duties as assigned, Education & Experience Requirements (typing "See Resume" in application will not be accepted) Where college degrees and/or college course credits are required, degrees and college units must be obtained from an accredited college or university. Courses from non-accredited institutions will not be evaluated for this requirement.
Level II: Must be currently enrolled or have successfully completed a California P.O.S.T. Basic Law Enforcement Academy and possess a current California P.O.S.T Academy Certificate.
NOTE: The above qualifications are typically accepted way of obtaining the required knowledge and skills. Other Requirements Must possess a valid driver's license. Pursuant to Government Code, Section 1031, must be at least 21 years of age and possess a high school diploma or have proof of passing the general education development test (GED). Must be willing to work evening, nights, weekends and holiday shifts.
Must be able to maintain a firearms qualification. The County of El Dorado recognizes that our employees are our greatest asset . We offer a comprehensive benefits package* which includes medical, dental, vision, and life insurance plans. We also offer a number of other voluntary benefit plans. *All benefits are subject to plan eligibility requirements (extra help/temporary positions are not eligible for benefits) The County offers five health plan options:
Blue Shield PPO 200, Blue Shield PPO 1300, Blue Shield PPO 2000, Kaiser HMO and Kaiser HMO 1300. 01 To provide us with an opportunity to evaluate your background, responses to the Supplemental Questions are required in addition to your application. The information you provide will be used to determine your eligibility to continue in the selection process for this position. All work experience that is described or included in your response(s) MUST be included in the "Work Experience" section of your application. (Do not refer to a resume or other documentation.)
I acknowledge receipt of this information 02 Are you at least 21 years of age?
No 03 Do you have a high school diploma or GED?
No 04 This position requires a valid driver's license. Do you possess a valid driver's license?
No 05 Are you currently enrolled in a California POST Basic Law Enforcement Academy?
No 06 Do you hold a valid California POST Law Enforcement Academy certificate and when was it issued?
Yes, less than 6 months ago
Yes, more than 6 months ago
No 07 Are you currently employed as a Peace Officer in the state of California?
No Required Question
Deputy Sheriff - June 2018 Academy
June 2018 Academy Print Apply Deputy Sheriff
June 2018 Academy Salary $54,430.00 - $75,846.00 Annually Location 80216, CO Job Type Unlimited Regular Department Denver Sheriff Dept. (DSD) Job Number 32199 17143 Closing 4/2/2018 11:59 PM Mountain
Questions About Us The secret is out: Denver is the nation's top place to live, work, and play. Being the best place to live isn't easy; maintaining such a reputation means we need the best people working for the residents of Denver. People who want to make a difference; people who want to give back; people who want to be at the heart of this city and have a hand in creating our future. When you join us, you will employ your unique skills to do important and meaningful work critical to the success of both your organization and the city as a whole. Be a part of the city that you love. #WhereDenverWorks The Denver Sheriff Department is currently seeking 60 qualified applicants for the position of Deputy Sheriff to begin on June 18, 2018. We encourage you to apply and test as soon as possible in order to be considered for the June 2018 Academy. Denver is home to the largest Sheriff Department in the state of Colorado. The DSD is comprised of two divisions with diverse operations staffed by nearly 1000 uniformed and non-uniformed members. These operations include two separate jails, security for the District and County court systems, state inmate transportation, extradition duties, fugitive and K-9 units, a Work Release facility, and security at Denver Health Medical Center. The mission of the Denver Sheriff Department is to provide safe and secure custody for those placed in our care and to perform all of our duties in a manner that is responsive to the needs of our diverse community. For more information about the Denver Sheriff Department please check out the following video: https://youtu.be/H0XYYkZwnuM This position offers:
Outstanding benefits to include medical, dental, vision, health savings, life insurance, retirement plans and more
Comprehensive pregnancy policy for employees to utilize
Denver Sheriff Department employees and their immediate families will receive 25% educational grants at the Colorado Technical University
Potential savings of up to 30% on tuition and the opportunity to complete your education up to 30% with CTU Fast Track For more information regarding tuition assistance, please click the following link: http://www.coloradotech.edu/ptnrs/denversheriff OPTION FOR CURRENT OR RECENT PEACE OFFICERS: Are you a Peace Officer who recently or are currently working in law enforcement and ready to make the change to become a Denver Deputy Sheriff? If you qualify, your experience and knowledge may be used to determine your starting pay. About Our Job
Deputy Sheriffs must work a variety of shifts and lead, supervise and interact with individuals from various socio-economic backgrounds in a variety of unique situations.
Performs entry-level to full performance level protective services work for Denver County by providing for the security, care, custody and safety of Denver County prisoners and the public in detention, medical, court and transportation settings.
Enforces departmental and post orders to ensure prisoner security in detention, medical, court and transportation settings including activities such as conducting inspections for contraband, maintenance and safety hazards, taking charge of work details and observing prisoner health and behavior and controlling movement of prisoners and the public within the facility.
Transports prisoners between detention centers, police stations, courts, medical facilities and other destinations.
Verifies prisoner identity, authority to transport and confirms proposed route of travel.
Processes prisoners for book-in by reviewing inmate charges, court orders and legal status to ensure proper custody and disposition and prepares records for necessary classification and probation.
Inventories and receipts for inmate property and personal clothing and for equipment, supplies, uniforms, keys and weapons.
Computes good time and release dates, informs inmates of means of release and detention policies and verifies satisfaction of all charges.
Prepares and processes work release orders, bonds, census reports and other records and reports.
Investigates fights, theft, accidents and other incidents occurring within the institution by preserving the crime scene and maintaining the chain of evidence.
Prepares various legal documents and provides testimony in court.
Requires meeting certification standards and qualifications in the use of firearms and other tactical weapons.
Interacts with others to influence, motivate, and challenge them; adapts leadership styles to a variety of situations.
By position, may be assigned to dispatch sheriffs and vehicles and monitor their movement and current location.
By position, may be assigned to search vehicles towed to the car pound and inventory contents.
By position, may be assigned to perform administrative duties, such as performance of in-service and academy training; service of civil process for County and District court; conduct research to develop new policies and procedures or participate on hiring panels or in internal investigations.
- Any one position may not include all of the duties listed. However, the allocation of positions will be determined by the amount of time spent in performing the essential duties listed above. About You We realize your time is valuable so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications: High School Diploma or GED Certificate. Licensure and/or Certification: Applicants must be at least 21 years of age, possess a valid Driver's License at the time of application and for the duration of employment. Applicants must meet the certified physical fitness standards adopted by the Department, meet certification standards and qualify in the use of firearms and other tactical weapons. The Denver Sheriff Department will disqualify individuals for including, but not limited to, the following: Felony convictions, domestic violence convictions, sexual assault convictions, child abuse convictions, harassment, negative driving record, negative employment history or illegal drug activity that is, selling, delivering, distributing or manufacturing illegal drugs. Also, a DUI or DWAI conviction in the last 36 months or more than two DUI or DWAI convictions in a lifetime will cause disqualification. Hard drug use anytime within the last 60 months; illegal use of drugs while employed as a law enforcement officer, firefighter or other sworn public safety position; other use of illegal drugs within the past 36 months will cause disqualification. The Denver Sheriff Department obeys Federal Regulation in regards to both medical and recreational marijuana use. Marijuana use within three years (36 months), is a disqualifying factor in the application. Also, any use of synthetic marijuana will be considered use of a drug. Successful applicants will be required to complete a 17-20 week Recruit Training Academy. Recruits are exposed to 17-20 weeks of intensive training on a variety of subjects, including but not limited to Physical fitness, Inmate Management, Firearms, Emergency driving and report writing. Recruits must possess a physical fitness level comparable to the average adult of the same gender and age group. As a Deputy Sheriff you will be required to work at the Denver County Jail or the Downtown Detention Center, and all employees are required to be able to successfully work in assignments at either facility. Recruits and employees are required to be flexible in their work schedules; available to work nights, weekends and holidays; able and willing to work in any DSD facility, willing to work amongst prisoners and the public; and able to work within small and/or confined spaces. Lateral Deputy Sheriff
To be considered for a Lateral Deputy Sheriff position, you must meet the following requirements:
Current or recent Level 1 Peace Officer as defined by Colorado Revised Statutes or if the applicant possesses a current Level 1 Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) certification. (for information on the requirements of State Peace Officer as defined by Colorado Revised Statutes, please visit: LexisNexis.com) TRANSCRIPTS of your POST Certification or state/municipality equivalent MUST BE ATTACHED;
Not currently under Internal Affairs investigation for any reason, nor any sustained discipline for the last 3 years;
Minimum of three (3) years of law enforcement experience equivalent to that of the duties of Denver Deputy Sheriff positions while employed full-time;
Currently employed full-time as a Peace Officer within a Sheriff Department or Police Department; OR laid-off or retired within the last twelve (12) months from such, AND have been in good standing at the time of lay-off or retirement.
Hiring pay will be $57,730 to $68,430 and will be determined by number of years of relevant experience. For information regarding the Denver Sheriff Department, visit our website at https://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/sheriff-department.html About Everything Else The Hiring Process: We want you to know that the application and vetting process is rigorous as we are committed to identifying candidates who have the potential to become great deputies. We are dedicated to delivering safe, excellent community and customer service to all; therefore, we are very selective in our hiring practices. Safety, Humanity, Ethics, Respect, Integrity, Fiduciary, Fairness and Service are our guiding principles. Here are a few things you'll need to know, note that more detailed information is listed at the bottom of this job posting and will also be provided in the information sessions.
We have partnered with the National Testing Network (NTN), which provides more convenient hours and locations for interested applicants to begin the testing process. For more information about the REACT test administered by NTN and to take a PRACTICE TEST click here or go to www.nationaltestingnetwork.com and review the Candidate FAQs. Please note there will be a fee to take the exam and the practice exam.
Once you've passed minimum qualifications you'll receive an email that will direct you to the NTN website. Register for your REACT test as soon as you receive this email. Go to www.nationaltestingnetwork.com to view available times and locations. For a step by step guide on how to register click here.
To review your assessment scores please be sure to log into your NTN or City of Denver account.
In addition to the online application, all applicants will be required to successfully complete the following:
complete a comprehensive information package
participate in and pass tests and assessments,
pass a physical and physical fitness examination,
participate in a thorough background investigation
Suitability for employment is determined by the results of all test components including a background investigation with a polygraph that encompasses the applicant's employment and criminal history. Applicants may be required to submit further information and/or make multiple trips to the Sheriff's office for follow up.
Applicants must be at least 21 years of age, possess a valid Driver's License at the time of application and for the duration of employment, have a High School Diploma or GED Certificate and meet the certified physical fitness standards adopted by the Department. If you're interested in meeting with current staff, please attend one of the below orientation dates: Denver Sheriff Training Academy 5440 Roslyn Street Denver, CO 80216 All orientation dates will start at 6pm Tuesday, February 6, 2018 Thursday, February 22, 2018 Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Thursday, March 22, 2018 Tuesday, April 3, 2018 Thursday, April 19, 2018 If you have questions please contact email us at Workfordsd@denvergov.org Classification Title: We call this job a Deputy Sheriff. The official job classification title is Deputy Sheriff. Hiring Range: $54,430 to $75,846 salary Application Process: Please apply as soon as you are able. Register for your REACT test as soon as you complete your application. Go to www.nationaltestingnetwork.com to view available times and locations. For a step by step guide on how to register click here. Assessments/Testing: This position requires an in person assessment. You will receive an email from AssessmentTeam@denvergov.org with further information about the testing process after the position has closed. Please add AssessmentTeam@denvergov.org to your safe sender list and check your spam or junk mail for this email. For a list of positions that require testing and more information about our testing process, click here. Pre-employment Screening: An offer of employment is contingent on the verification of credentials and other information required by law and City and County of Denver policies, including the successful completion of a background check. Candidates must pass a criminal background check and other verifications required for the position which may include, but are not limited to, employment and/or education verification, motor vehicle record check, drug test, and/or physical. The existence of a conviction does not automatically disqualify an individual from employment except where federal or state law or regulations prohibit employment of an individual with certain convictions. For more information about the selection and employment screening process, click here. Probationary Period: This position may require the selected candidate to complete at least a six-month probationary period prior to attaining career status with the City & County of Denver. For more information about the probationary period, click here. The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. Recruiter: NK For more information regarding right to work please click the link below: https://www.justice.gov/sites/default/files/crt/legacy/2013/08/13/FinalOSCPosterEN08_01_2013.pdf https://www.justice.gov/crt/file/813271/download/ To view the City and County of Denver's robust benefit package that only a multiple-industry employer can offer click the link below. www.DenverGov.org/Benefits
State Patrol Criminal Identification Records Technician
State Patrol Criminal Identification Records Technician Salary $12.70 Hourly Location Lincoln, NE Job Type PERM FULL TIME Department Nebraska State Patrol Job Number 60009892 Closing 1/22/2018 11:59 PM Central
Questions Examples of Work Under immediate to general supervision, process criminal and non-criminal records; interpret, research, and verify arrest records for entry into the Criminal History Database System for access by law enforcement agencies, court systems, etc. Process criminal and non-criminal records by requesting, accepting, processing and verifying information from arresting agencies and court dispositions, utilizing the Patrol Criminal History and other criminal justice databases, as well as telephone and fax.
Process teletype record checks by receiving, sorting and disseminating criminal history information over the teletype system. Process applications and conduct criminal history background checks for Concealed Handgun permit and explosive permit applicants. Hours: 8-5, Monday - Friday.
Qualifications / Requirements REQUIREMENTS: Coursework, training, or experience in entering and maintaining alpha and numeric fields and computer databases. Must be at least 18 years of age.
High school diploma or equivalent to ensure completion of required training. OTHER: 28 CFR 20.36 requires the Nebraska State Patrol to execute the CJIS agreement and abide by the CJIS Council policies in order to acquire and retain access to the Intrastate Identification Index (III) for the State of Nebraska. Vision must be correctable to a range that will allow reading of detailed database information, and viewing of information displayed on computer terminals and printouts.
Resumes will not be accepted as a substitute to your applicant information. Failure to complete all areas of your employment application may result in your application being disqualified from our selection process. Regular and reliable attendance is expected.
Applicants will be screened for a record of criminal activity and criminal history using a fingerprint-based check, before a final offer of employment is made. Applicants must be free of felony convictions. Applicants cannot maintain a continuous association or dealings with persons, groups, or organizations that they know, or should know are persons or groups or organizations under criminal investigation or indictment or who have a reputation for present, ongoing involvement in felonious or criminal behavior.
Applicant must successfully complete an extensive background screening prior to being employed, which includes completion of a Personal History Questionnaire. Selection process will include an interview. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Knowledge of:
English grammar, spelling, syntax, vocabulary, and pronunciation rules and usage; law enforcement/criminal justice record keeping practices and systems; computer operations and standard software and hardware applications; office and data entry procedures. SKILL IN: keyboarding and typing at 40 wpm net both numerical and alphabetical codes and other data. ABILITY TO: communicate and interact with the public and members of the criminal justice community; standard office procedures and practices; file and record information using numerical, alphabetical, and other records keeping systems; type from rough draft copies; proofread and identify errors and make appropriate corrections; learn information sharing processes and forms used by the employing agency and other law enforcement and criminal justice agencies. Bilingual skills in English and Spanish desired, but not required.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Directly supervised by the Deputy Patrol Sergeant.
SUPERVISION EXERCISED: Oversees work efforts and deployment of Reserve Officers. May be assigned to oversee and manage special enforcement operations as assigned/approved by the Chief Deputy or Sheriff.
DUTIES: Maintains law and order and serves legal processes of courts. Patrols assigned areas to enforce laws, investigate crimes, and arrest violators. Drives vehicle through assigned areas, observing traffic violations and issuing citations.
Assumes control at traffic accidents to maintain traffic flow, assist accident victims, and investigate cause of accidents. Investigates illegal or suspicious activities of persons, quells disturbances, and arrest law violators. Locates and takes persons into custody on arrest warrants.
May operate radio to deliver instructions to patrol units. May assist in dragging river and lake to locate bodies. May assist other agencies with criminal matters and related investigations.
Collects and photographs physical evidence and fingerprints to identify criminals. May testify in court regarding cases worked or evidence collected. May perform duties of dispatcher/communications officer should need arise.
If licensed as a TCOLE instructor, may instruct state mandated police training courses. Round up stray animals or livestock and locate owners of process same according to state Estray Laws or other laws governing such animals. Submits written reports to supervisor on disposition of assigned cases or incidents involving officer s intervention.
Will be subject to work any shift, days, or hours designated by supervisor or as necessary to provide for the safety of the public. Advises supervisor(s) of unusual, sensitive and/or dangerous situations, both to keep them informed and to receive instruction. Reviews and corrects offense/incident reports.
Assists in operations, such as surveillance, raids, and arrests. As situation dictate, may have to work all various hours of the day, night, weekends, or holidays to ensure the mission of the Sheriff s Office and the safety of the public are met and provided for. These duties are not all inclusive as there are too many existing variables which may require the time and attention of the Patrol Division Lieutenant in addition to tasks and duties which may potentially be assigned by the Chief or Sheriff.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Must be a licensed Texas Peace Officer. Must be of good moral character.
Must have strong working knowledge of Criminal, Civil, and Labor Laws. Ability to comprehend and apply federal, state, and county criminal and traffic laws; department directives; and county government administrative procedures and personnel regulations. Ability to quickly analyze problems and situations and take decisive and effective action. 21-years of age High School Graduate or equivalent Must be a U.S Citizen Possess a valid Texas Driver's License Experience in Emergency Management Response Preferred.
Deputy Sheriff (F002)
Deputy Sheriff (F002) Salary $25.17 - $32.44 Hourly Location Eugene, OR Job Type Regular Department Sheriff's Office Job Number 201700301 Closing Continuous
Questions Description RECRUITING FOR ENTRY LEVEL AND LATERAL CORRECTIONS DEPUTIES ORPAT testing dates to be determined. We offer a $5000.00 signing bonus for successful lateral applicants with two or more yearsof experience in the corrections field.
Bonus paid out at half with first paycheck, half uponsuccessful completion of twelve month probationary period. Lateral starting paycommensurate with experience. Positions are located in the Corrections Division of the Sheriff's Office.
The minimum standards for employment as a Deputy Sheriff are established in the Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training Act. O.R.S. 181.610-181.690. Schedule:Must be able to work a variety of shifts, including but not limited to days, swing and graveyard; work any day of the week, including but not limited to weekends and holidays. Some overtime may be required. This is a LCPOA union represented position Examples of Duties
Duties may include, but are not limited to the following Performs specialized corrections work in any of the following areas: maintains custody and surveillance of inmates confined in the correctional facility; observes and reports inmate behavior and physical condition; recommends inmate discipline and other action; escorts inmates and/or the public within the corrections facility; supervises and instructs inmates on various work crews; inspects inmates' quarters for cleanliness, safety and contraband; monitors all inmate activities; provides routine information concerning inmate status, departmental rules and facility policies and procedures. Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of:
Pertinent federal, state and local laws and ordinances pertaining to law enforcement and corrections operations, including laws of arrest, search-and-seizure, evidence, civil process, traffic and department policies and procedures, rules and regulations. Ability to: Properly utilize required equipment; perform strenuous physical activities; understand and follow verbal and written instructions; establish and maintain harmonious and effective working relationships; maintain order and supervise the conduct of inmates; communicate effectively both verbally and in writing to include the composition of handwritten reports; exercise mature judgment and react quickly and effectively in emergency and high-stress situations; conduct investigations, collect, evaluate, and analyze facts and draw correct conclusions; meet the hiring standards established by both the Oregon Department of Public Safety Standard and Training and the Lane County Sheriff's Office.
Ability to obtain/maintain firearms qualifications. Experience and Training; Additional Information Training: Equivalent to the completion of the 12th grade.
Two years of college is preferred. Experience: Must have two years experience dealing with the public. An equivalent combination of experience and training, demonstrating the required knowledge and abilities, is qualifying.
Employment for Deputy Sheriff is contingent upon successful completion of: •Physical Abilities Test:The Oregon Physical Abilities Test (ORPAT) will be administered. Visitwww.oregon.gov/DPSST/AT/ORPAT.shtmlto review the physical abilities description, preparing for ORPAT, and to view a video of the test.You must pass the physical abilities test in order to be eligible to take the written examination. •Written Examination:Assesses memory and understanding of oral/written information; reading comprehension; numerical calculations and written communication skills.You must pass the written examination in order to continue to the interview process. •Pre-Employment Background Check. •Interview:All eligible candidates will be contacted by phone to schedule a date and time for an interview.You must pass the interview in order to continue in the hiring process. •Background Investigation:A thorough background investigation will be conducted including a psychological examination, an evaluation with a psychologist, and a medical examination with a drug screen and TB test.You must pass the background investigation in order to continue in the hiring process. Lane County Sheriff's Office examples of minimum standards and disqualifying factors:The following are minimum standards and examples that may cause your rejection for consideration as an applicant with the Lane County Sheriff's Office.This list is not all inclusive but only covers some typical examples: • Must be 21 years of age by the date of appointment • Must be a U.S.
Citizen within one year of appointment. (DPSST) • Must be a high school graduate or have successfully passed G.E.D. equivalency test. • Must have valid Oregon Driver's License at time of appointment. • Application and background information must be furnished completely, accurately, legibly, truthfully without deception, gross error or pertinent omissions. • Applicants convicted of felony crimes will not be considered to advance further in the process. • Conviction of DUII within last three years. • Conviction of some misdemeanor crimes may be cause for rejection. • Conviction of domestic violence. • Multiple arrests without conviction. • Multiple traffic accidents. • Multiple traffic violations (for example: three moving violations in the last twelve months may cause rejection). • Conviction of major traffic crimes within last three years. • Multiple bankruptcies or repeated failure to pay just debts. • History of habitual use of alcohol without proven rehabilitation, including driving under the influence. • History of drug sales or of drug use, including marijuana, methamphetamine, LSD, etc., without proof of satisfactory rehabilitation. • History of mental, psychological or personality disorders, to include threats of self-destruction or suicide. • History indicating a propensity for violence, assault or inability to control one's temper and anger even under provoking circumstances. • History of physical or sexual abuse to family members. • History of multiple involvements in neighborhood disputes. • History of association with known criminals other than family members. • Any statement written or spoken that is verified to be untruthful. • Termination for cause or termination during probationary period from previous law enforcement or criminal justice employment. • History of any conduct that could reasonably be concluded would adversely affect the veracity, credibility, and/or ability to reach sound decisions and use good judgment in performance of duties. • History of injury or disability that may hinder ability to perform duties of a Deputy Sheriff when reasonable accommodation cannot be made. • A personal history that would bring disrepute, embarrassment, or lack of public support to the Lane County Sheriff's Office, if appointed. • Violation of department policies and/or procedures, rules and regulations after appointment to position. • Record over the past three years of excessive absenteeism or tardiness during your employment. • A history of job instability reflected by multiple changes in jobs and/or occupation over the past three years. • Failure to successfully complete or pass any portion of the selection process for this position, to include a no-hire recommendation by the department's psychologist or psychiatrist. • Dishonorable discharge from military service for any of the reasons stated here. Any applicant who is disqualified during our background process will not be considered for any position within the Lane County Sheriff's Office for a period of two years from the disqualification date. Rejection for employment with our department does not preclude an applicant from applying for another position of employment with Lane County.
Lane County complies with the Americans with Disabilities Amendments Act of 2008. If you require reasonable accommodation in the application and/or interview process due to disability, requests must be made in a timely manner. Contact a recruitment specialist at 541.682.3124.
Careers with Lane County Offer Extraordinary Benefits At Lane County, we value our employees and we show it with our extraordinary benefits. We know that you chose public service for more than a paycheck, and our outstanding benefits are designed to help you Live Well, Live Lane - throughout your career. Read on to learn what great benefits await you in a career with Lane County. Benefits to keep you & your family well
Physically Health insurance coverage becomes effective the first of the month following your first 30 days as an eligible employee. Medical/Rx/Vision- Lane County offers medical, prescription and vision exam coverage for you and your eligible dependents.
The plan options and costs per month for 2018 are outlined below: If you enroll in the HDHP the County will contribute to your HSA: $1,500 (individual) or $3,000 (family) annually. This amount is prorated based on date of hire.
Eligible employees who complete a Health History Risk Assessment (HHRA), Biometric Screening, and Comprehensive Health Review (CHR) at the Live Well Center receive a $20 per month credit. Wellness Clinic- The Live Well Center is for Lane County benefits-eligible employees, spouses and dependents (ages 2 and up) who are enrolled in the Lane County health plan. Marathon Health manages the Live Well Center and their clinical team provides confidential, affordable care for your acute and preventive healthcare needs.
The Live Well Center also provides health coaching, chronic disease counseling, comprehensive primary care services, and much more. Dental- Lane County provides dental coverage for employees and their eligible dependents. Employee Assistance Program (EAP)- Lane County provides this counseling and concierge service to employees and members of their immediate households.
Fitness Center Membership- Lane County provides employees with a free membership to a local fitness center. Employees may add their families at a discounted rate. Benefits to keep you & your family well
Financially Retirement- Lane County pays for, and enrolls employees in the Oregon Public Service Retirement Plan (OPSRP) and the Individual Account Program (IAP) following six full months of employment. (Current members are eligible upon hire.) Disability- Lane County pays a portion of wages for eligible employees through Short-Term Disability, and provides Long-Term Disability coverage. Lane County complies with all State and Federal disability laws for employee, family, parental and pregnancy leaves regulations.
Time Management- Lane County provides employees with a generous bank of hours to be used for sick, vacation, family emergencies and personal days. Holidays- Lane County provides nine paid holidays per year. Life Insurance- Lane County pays for employee group term life insurance.
County-paid training & development to keep your career well On-site Classes- Lane County offers a variety of on-site classes to develop employees' soft and technical skills. Online Training- Lane County offers a variety of online classes through LEAP to help employees continually improve their skills. Conferences & Seminars- Lane County pays for employees to attend professional conferences to encourage continuous learning and professional development.
Lane County offers these other valuable benefits Deferred Compensation Retirement Savings- Employees may enroll in a deferred compensation program 457(b) to save for retirement. Vision- Eligible employees may purchase supplemental vision insurance. Supplemental Life Insurance- Employees may purchase supplemental life insurance for themselves and their dependents/spouse.
Aflac- Optional employee-paid voluntary group coverage is available through Aflac. Group Discounts- Group discounts may include homeowners and auto insurance, pet health insurance, credit union membership. The above information describes typical benefits available for Regular Full-time Employees.
Actual benefits received may differ by position, employment status (regular, temporary, or extra help) and/or bargaining group.Paid medical, dental and vision coverage for dependents is determined by labor agreement or APM, as applicable. Physicians should contact their supervisor for health plan options and rates. Please note that
TemporaryandExtra Helppositions are not typically eligible for benefits. This is only brief summary of benefits available to eligible Lane County employees.
In all cases, plan documents govern. For additional information about these extraordinary benefits contact the Benefit Resource Center at 1-866-468-7272, or Lane County HR at (541) 682-3124. 01 DPSST requirements require law enforcement officers to be at least 21 years of age. Are you now, or will you be at least 21 at time of appointment?
No 02 In the state of Oregon, a person may not be employed as a corrections officer for more than one year unless the person is a citizen of the United States. Can you meet this requirement?
No 03 Do you possess a current Oregon driver's license or will have at time of appointment?
No 04 Have you ever been convicted of a crime, which at the time of conviction was classified as a felony or was punishable at the time of conviction by a term of more than 1 year? (Note: A "yes" answer constitutes an automatic disqualifying condition and you cannot be employed as Deputy Sheriff.)
No 05 Have you ever been convicted of violating any law involving unlawful use, possession, delivery, or manufacture of a controlled substance, narcotic, or dangerous drug? (Note: A "yes" answer constitutes an automatic disqualifying condition and you cannot be employed as Deputy Sheriff.)
No 06 If you were referred to apply for this position by a current Lane County Sheriff's Office employee, please list their name (please list only one name). Required Question
Description Position Description Under general supervision, a Stanford University Department of Public Safety deputy sheriff provides all aspects of general law enforcement and public safety services to the community. Principal duties include responding to emergencies, general and directed patrol, investigation of crimes and other non-criminal incidents, traffic / bicycle enforcement and control, assisting in crime prevention activities, and other law enforcement/public safety services and duties as required. A significant degree of initiative, independent judgment, and discretion is required of incumbents to develop, maintain, and successfully perform in a community oriented, problem solving approach to policing. A Stanford Department of Public Safety deputy must possess, maintain proficiency, and exercise the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform law enforcement functions. The knowledge base and skills required for this position include, but are not limited to: an understanding of pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes and regulations, including laws governing the apprehension, arrest, and custody of persons who are believed to have committed violations of the law; rules of evidence pertaining to search and seizure and preservation of evidence in traffic and criminal cases; techniques and applications of self defense and proper use of force; operation and maintenance of police equipment (including, for example, a police radio system), vehicles and tools (including a variety of firearms) ; department policies and procedures; and institutional policies and procedures. Deputies have the opportunity to participate in a number of assignments such as patrol, investigations, special events, traffic, K-9, off-road motorcycle / bicycle patrol, range master, field training officer, and various lead officer positions and potential promotional opportunities. Deputies will be assigned to rotate between units and / or other units, as appropriate, at the discretion of the Director of Public Safety. During the course of their work, deputies will be exposed to potentially dangerous and adverse conditions. Deputies must be willing and able to work in emergency situations, confined spaces, and intense life-threatening conditions. Deputies will be exposed to persons whose actions may place them in harm’s way. Deputies will be exposed to bodily fluids, fumes, moving objects, and noise. Deputies must be physically able to work in circumstances requiring running, jumping, walking, crawling, kneeling, climbing, stooping, pulling and moderate lifting. Deputies must be willing and able to work in inclement weather conditions and able to work irregular work hours and able to work all shifts. SUDPS personnel are considered “essential” or “required” University personnel and shall respond to campus when directed to do so, even with little advanced notification. Recognizing that Public Safety is an evolving profession, persons holding the rank of deputy must be able to respond to technological, political and social changes. Accordingly, the job responsibilities will change over time. As such, the job responsibilities of a deputy and this job description are subject to modification. Absent a higher ranking officer, the responsibility to assure shift operational efficiency shall be the primary responsibility of a deputy. Stanford Deputy Sheriffs derive their peace officer authority through a Memorandum of Understanding between Stanford University and the Sheriff of Santa Clara County. This agreement provides for the deputization of Stanford Deputies as sworn peace officers, having full law enforcement powers to make arrest and enforce state laws and county ordinances pursuant to section 830.6 of the California Penal Code. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES Leadership
Promote and model the department’s Core Values, R.O.O.T.S. philosophies and department/university performance and behavioral standards.
Motivate and inspire others to model the department’s Core Values, R.O.O.T.S. philosophies and department/university performance and behavioral standards.
Motivate, inspire and collaborate with others to accomplish departmental and individual objectives.
Work ethically and collaboratively with others to accomplish the fundamental public safety mission of the department. Law Enforcement
Maintain the peace through the effective use of diplomacy, affecting arrests and issuing citations, and controlling violent persons in accordance with the law.
Exercise sound judgment and rational thinking under dangerous and stressful conditions; think clearly and act quickly in a variety of situations.
Interpret, apply, and make decisions in accordance with applicable federal, state and local policies, laws and regulations.
Properly and effectively use firearms and other police equipment and vehicles; meet weapons qualifications for pistol, shotgun, rifle, baton and other weapons as required; meet emergency vehicle operations qualifications; meet department, county and state requirements for peace officer training and general university employment conditions.
Maintain contact and preserve good relations with the public; respond to calls for service from students, staff, and visitors regarding criminal and non-criminal matters relating to the safety of the community.
Assist community members, give directions and promote community relations; establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
Keep sensitive information strictly confidential at all times.
Gather, assemble, analyze, evaluate, and use facts and evidence.
Obtain information through observation, investigation, and the interviewing of victims, complainants, witnesses, and suspects.
Conduct a variety of criminal and special investigations and effectively document information into written form.
Monitor traffic to prevent accidents, enforce California Vehicle Code laws and promote safe traffic movement throughout the university; make traffic stops, issue warnings, and write traffic citations; investigate traffic accidents.
Recover lost or stolen property.
Decide between alternative courses of enforcement action while under routine or stressful conditions.
Appear in court to testify, as required.
Implement the Incident Command System as appropriate.
Engage tactfully and courteously with the public and law enforcement personnel; demonstrate a high ability to interact with the public courteously, with patience and a positive attitude.
Perform peace officer duties on the Stanford University Campus either by car, motorcycle, bicycle, or by foot to protect students, faculty, staff, and property of Stanford University.
Knowledge and / or ability to learn and apply a variety of university and departmental policies; familiarity and / or ability to learn the Stanford Campus.
Interact with other agencies in the collection of information, identification of criminal offenses and recovery of stolen property.
Conduct or assist in conducting meetings, staff briefings, training classes, and may make public presentations.
Assess the severity of medical emergencies, provide first aid, summon medical assistance, as required.
Provide protective security for dignitary visits and / or high level visitors who do not have government support staff.
Wear protective gear including a utility/duty belt (approximately 40 pounds); during special operations wear or carry other police equipment weighing up to an additional 40 pounds.
Work irregular and on-call hours, including weekends, evenings, and holidays.
Performs other related duties as assigned. Additional Duties and Responsibilities : * Participate in the selection and hiring of department personnel.
Assist with training and orientation of new employees.
Teach training classes and make public presentations before various groups.
Represent the department and university at meetings and conferences.
Provide support to other departmental divisions, as needed.
Identify risks to individuals, the department and the university, develop and implement mitigation steps and strategies.
Ensure the workplace promotes equal employment opportunities.
Respond to critical situations, sometimes with little advanced notice. * Weekend, shift and holiday work is required. * Other duties as assigned. Employment Standards Successful candidates for the position of Deputy Sheriff must possess the following qualifications and/or skills: Knowledge of:
Federal, State, and local laws and ordinances including those pertaining to search and seizure, rules of evidence, interviewing of suspects, court procedure, criminal law, laws of arrest, and laws governing the care, custody and control of prisoners.
Investigative procedures, methods and techniques, including preserving crime scenes, identifying the elements of a crime, preserving evidence, obtaining statements.
Ability and willingness to learn and promote department policies and procedures, including the General Orders; university policies and procedures, including the Administrative Guide; and the provisions outlined in the MOA between Stanford University and the Stanford Deputy Sheriff’s Association.
Self defense, officer safety and crowd control tactics. Ability to:
Interpret, convey and ensure implementation of agency policies, procedures and methods.
Establish and maintain effective community and public relations within a culturally diverse population.
Communicate effectively both orally and in writing with a variety of people of various educational and socio-cultural backgrounds.
Work both independently and as part of a group, maintaining effective interpersonal working relationships both within and external to the department.
Carry out law enforcement functions such as investigating crimes, apprehending individuals, issuing citations, and managing crowds.
Investigate complaints, infractions, violations of department or university policies, procedures and standards.
Demonstrate sound judgment, tact, and integrity act with courtesy, resourcefulness, and initiative.
Identify, adopt, and exhibit appropriate demeanor and behaviors (interpersonal abilities) in order to deal effectively with a variety of people.
Comply with departmental grooming standards; wear a uniform.
Assimilate and understand information in a manner consistent with the essential job functions.
Work in fast-paced environment and complete work in a timely and accurate manner.
Take appropriate actions in emergency and stressful situations.
Perform assigned duties and responsibilities which may include effecting arrests, subduing resisting individuals, chasing fleeing subjects, running, walking, crouching or crawling during emergency operations moving equipment and injured/deceased persons, climbing stairs/ladders, performing life-saving and rescue procedures, walking, standing or sitting for extended periods of time, and operating assigned equipment and vehicles.
Use computers and supporting applications. Personal Characteristics
Desire and ability to motivate and inspire others.
Willingness to promote and personally model high ethical standards, integrity, dependability and the department’s Core Values and ROOTS philosophy.
Conscientiousness, emotional control, dependability, integrity and initiative.
Be of good moral character set by the standards set by P.O.S.T. job dimensions.
Commitment to the development of one’s personal career.
Ability to effectively deal with personal danger which may include exposure to armed/dangerous persons, dangerous animals, communicable diseases, hazards of emergency driving, hazards associated with traffic control and working in and near traffic, and natural and man-made disasters.
Receptive to feedback; flexible and adaptable.
Ability to maintain effective audio-visual discrimination and perception needed for making observations, communicating with others, reading and writing, and operating assigned equipment and vehicles.
Ability to maintain mental capacity which allows the capability to exercise sound judgment and rational thinking under dangerous circumstances, evaluate various options and alternatives and choose an appropriate and reasonable course of action, and demonstrate intellectual capabilities during training and testing processes.
Acceptance that one’s behavior off-duty impacts one’s on-duty credibility and ability to function effectively; in the event an officer’s off-duty conduct is determined through a department investigation to have violated department policies and procedures governing behavior, the officer may be subject to discipline, up to and including termination. ## Qualifications Minimum Requirements
Satisfactory completion of a basic CA police academy or proof of satisfactory completion of the CA waiver. * U.S. citizenship at the time of appointment. * 21 years of age or older.
Vision not less than 20/100 in each eye; correctable to no less than 20/30 in each eye; without functional color blindness or impairment.
Normal hearing in each ear.
Ability to pass an extensive background investigation.
Ability to pass a medical examination.
Graduation from High School or possession of a General Education Development (G.E.D.) certificate.
Certificate and the completion of 45 college semester units or 60 quarter units from an accredited college.
Not be in violation of Brady v. Maryland 373 U.S. 83 (1963).
Ability to pass a physical demands test relevant to the job requirements.
Ability to wear and breathe through a full face piece, negative pressure, air-purifying respirator (per Cal/OSHA 8 CCR Sec. 5144, a medical clearance, fit-testing and training are required for personnel who are required to wear such respirator) and the ability to wear and breathe through a particulate mask (currently a N-95 mask).
Ability to accommodate schedule adjustments in order to meet staffing needs.
Willingness to work special events on scheduled days off or after regular shift hours, sometimes with little or no advance notice.
Willingness and ability to respond to emergency and critical conditions with short notice.
Possess and maintain a valid California Driver’s License and an acceptable driving record. Selection Process: (specific order of the process is subject to change)
On-line application submission at http//:jobs.stanford.edu
Physical Agility Examination
Oral Board Interview
Personal History Questionnaire and interview with Background Investigator
Live Scan fingerprinting
Interview with the Director of Public Safety
Background packet review by the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office
Medical Examination with a licensed physician
Physical Demands Examination with a licensed physical therapist
Written psychological examination
Interview with a licensed psychologist
Offer of employment
Deputization by the Sheriff of Santa Clara County or his/her designee
Stanford Department of Public Safety does not pay the candidate for travel expenses associated with testing / interviewing, unless otherwise indicated by the department at the time of call for interview.
*Stanford University is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, veteran status, physical or mental disability, or sexual orientation. Field Training Program:
Incumbent deputies must successfully complete a field training program (approximately 16 weeks). Deputies who do not successfully complete the field training program are subject to termination. Probationary Period:
Deputies who are not successful in completing their probationary period evaluation period are subject to termination. Job: Security
Location:* Department of Public Safety
Req ID:* 76238 Job Grade: 8816
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