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Assistant Director for Investigations and Compliance, Skidmore College

The Assistant Director for Investigations and Compliance will be responsible for overseeing major investigations for the Department of Campus Safety. This will include Title IX investigations, Violence Against Women Act, Article 129 of the NYS Education Law as well as violations of state law and College policies. This position is also responsible to ensure the department maintains compliance with various state and federal mandates and legal requirements including the Clery Act. This is a supervisory position which will report directly to the Director and Associate Director. This position will include a training component to provide education to the Department and various Campus constituencies to raise awareness and help reduce crime on campus.

BA plus at least 5 years of criminal investigative experience as a detective or investigator with a sworn law enforcement department. Excellent writing, verbal and computer skills are essential. The successful applicant must be able to present relevant training programs to various groups and must develop excellent working relations with a diverse academic community. Experience in a supervisory position is preferred.

Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

To learn more about and apply for this position please visit us online at:

Assistant/ Associate Director of Public Safety, Manhattan College

Summary: Reporting to the Director of Public Safety, the Associate Director manages and facilitates the day to day operations of the Public Safety Office. The Associate Director assists in the supervision of Public Safety Supervisors, Public Safety Specialists and Public Safety Officers and interacts with union representatives of Local 1. He/she assists the Director to develop and administer policies and directives for the Public Safety Staff and in this role, handles highly confidential matters. The Associate Director investigates Title IX/VAWA cases in compliance with federal and state laws and prepares documentation and reports on these issues. The Associate Director assists the Director in writing the Security & Fire Safety Annual Report and Clery Compliance. The Associate Director is the risk manager for the College and as such evaluates safety and security needs of the college community, chairs the campus safety committee, and implements preventive programs and emergency preparedness procedures.

Direct Responsibilities:

  • Investigates Title IX issues, manages documentation and reports. Interacts with students, staff, faculty and administrators.
  • Assists Director with the day to day operations which includes scheduling, i.e.: overtime, vacation, LOA, etc.
  • Assists Director in monitoring staffing needs.
  • Assists Director in interviewing, training, evaluates all new public safety personnel and existing public safety personnel.
  • Assists Director with maintaining and updating Public Safety Operations Manuel.
  • Assists Director with disciplinary actions for all security personnel.
  • Assists Director as part of negotiating team with union.
  • Assists the Director in providing technical advice and administrative direction in the development, implementation, and evaluation of all security related college community safety programs.
  • Under the general direction of the Director is responsible for maintaining submission of reports, records and all legal, Federal and State compliance.
  • Coordinates New York State licensing requirements.
  • Conducts investigations into reports of theft, misconduct and other crimes committed on campus. May work with local police on some matters.
  • Supervises work of Public Safety Operations Manager. Reviews the payroll for accuracy.
  • Oversees Parking Enforcement Program to ensure compliance of parking rules on campus.
  • Assists the Director in maintaining and assessing normal security needs, electronic surveillance equipment, short and long term security planning (strategic planning) ie: camera, card readers and burglar alarms.
  • Surveys new construction for Security issues.
  • Coordinates, monitors and makes recommendations for risk assessments in the areas of campus facilities, safety and environment. Chairs the Safety Awareness Committee and is a critical member of the Emergency Response Team.
  • In the absences of the Director represents the department at internal and external meetings etc.

Education: Bachelor's Degree required, preferably in Criminal Justice, Police Science, Security Management or Law Enforcement.

Experience: Minimum of 8-10 years experience in a Supervisory role within Security Management, Law Enforcement agency or a Public Safety Office preferably within a University or College Campus. Private Investigators License preferred or must be willing to obtain license once hired. Title IX/VAWA training preferred.

Physical Requirements: Ability to communicate well with individuals/groups within the campus and surrounding area, even under stressful or emergency conditions, often in the role of mediator as well as within the scope of Public Safety. Ability to quickly transverse and ambulate the College's campus including internal buildings and external domains. Drivers License required for rapid response to distant campus locations as well as occasional off campus scenes.

Preferred Qualifications: Superior interpersonal and team building skills, excellent communication skills verbal and written, and bilingual Spanish/English a plus. Seeking individual with proven superior supervisory and mentoring skills.
Please send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to:

Manhattan College is an independent Catholic coeducational institution in the Lasallian tradition. We expect our faculty, administration, and staff to be knowledgeable about our mission and to make a positive contribution to that mission.

Manhattan College welcomes applications from women, members of minority groups and those attracted to a college with a Catholic identity. An AA/EO Employer M/F/D/V.

Campus Safety Officer , The Spence School

The Spence School, founded in 1892, is an independent school for girls and young women with an enrollment of 735 students in Grades K-12, with a commitment to academic excellence within a diverse community. The School is seeking applications for a part-time Campus Safety Officer.

Reporting to the Director of Campus Safety, the Campus Safety Officer is responsible for providing safety and security services to students, faculty, staff and visitors at The Spence School. Responsibilities include quality, school-oriented, problem-solving safety and security services that maintain a safe and secure academic environment and physical security of the School.


  • Maintain a presence at the reception/safety office while monitoring surveillance cameras and screening visitors, contractors, etc. prior to entrance into the School.
  • Conduct physical tours inside and outside of buildings, facilities and school grounds to make sure the School is safe and secure. Unlock and secure buildings, offices, rooms and classrooms, as needed.
  • Take custody and control of all duty equipment (keys, radio, tour confirmation wand, etc.) for the tour of duty or assignment.
  • Communicate security status, updates, special post orders and instructions, and actual or potential problems, using established protocols.
  • Implement and comply with security standards, policies, procedures, general orders and instructions in carrying out the Campus Safety Officer functions.
  • Take note of building, office and classroom openings and closings as well as activities at the School and other activities needed for the shift or assignment.
  • Respond to all calls for service and emergencies during the assigned tour of duty, following established response procedures.
  • Report school incidents, crimes and respond to all emergencies, including the processing of all required documentation.
  • Answer the Security telephone, check voicemail messages and properly operate the assigned duty portable radio.
  • Perform all other related tasks and duties as assigned.

High School Diploma or its equivalent required. Experience may substitute education requirement.


  • Minimum two (2) years of demonstrated experience working in a Security/Safety Officer capacity
  • Ability to read and communicate effectively in the English language.
  • Proficiency in the use and operation of equipment used to accomplish duties and responsibilities.
  • High level and effective interpersonal and communication skills.


  • Ability to walk the school property, climb stairs, and physically able to assist or carry a disabled, ill or injured person.
  • Ability to sit in a chair and/or stand for long periods of time on hard pavement or ground while performing security duties.
  • Perform other movements, such as stooping, kneeling, bending, crouching, lifting, carrying and similar physical activities for short periods of time.
  • Ability to work indoors and outdoors in all weather conditions.

Please submit a cover letter and resume to or to:

The Spence School
Attn: Howard Curry, Director of Campus Safety
22 East 91st Street
New York, NY 10128

Captain  Patrol Services, Wake Forest University

Founded in 1834, Wake Forest University offers the personal attention of a small liberal arts college, coupled with the breadth and global relevancy of a leading research institution. With a total enrollment of 7,591 students and a faculty to student ration of 1:11, Wake Forest claims the distinction of being the nation's premier collegiate university. Wake Forest is consistently ranked among the top 30 universities in the nation. Their mission is to educate the whole person, graduating students who seek purpose-filled lives while building a community dedicated to serving humanity in the spirit of their motto, Pro Humanitate (For Humanity). Reporting to the Major, Police Services Commander, the Captain is responsible for assisting the Major in providing professional and responsive community-oriented law enforcement, event management, and safety and security services for the Wake Forest University community. The Captain serves as a Watch Commander, supervising, reviewing, planning and directing personnel and all activities within Patrol Services to ensure the effective performance and delivery of services in a fair and impartial manner; a liaison with various campus stakeholders including students, faculty, staff, visitors, surrounding community and first responders; and an Incident Commander when necessary. In addition, the Captain evaluates personnel, monitors measurable goals and objectives to support a comprehensive culture and community policing philosophy throughout Patrol Services; identifies and coordinates comprehensive field training for all personnel; implements intelligence lead policing and crime resistance strategies; oversees all investigations including criminal, Title IX support, bias incidents, citizen complaints, personnel conduct, and delivery of services; and regularly meets with and leads learning sessions for student and employee groups to remain engaged in campus culture. This position works collaboratively with Federal, State, and other local officers in the investigation, apprehension, and detention of wanted persons and with other agencies where activities of Public Safety are involved and ensures compliance with and proper enforcement of all laws, University regulations and professionally recognized standards. The Captain oversees a large staff of sworn and non-sworn personnel primarily through subordinate supervisors; serves as a mentor/coach for developing personnel; and reviews all daily operations, incident reports, media logs, and other administrative paperwork to ensure consistent applications of policies and procedures. The successful candidate must possess a bachelors degree and a minimum of three years supervisory experience in campus law enforcement. Candidates must meet all requirements of and be eligible to be a certified Law Enforcement Officer in accordance with the provisions of the North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission [Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) Certification] and must be able to obtain a valid North Carolina drivers license, maintain a good driving record, and be insurable ( In addition, the successful candidate must have completed training in law enforcement supervision and management, with a minimum of three years experience in supervision in a law enforcement environment and specialized training in campus law enforcement issues, community policing, problem solving, criminal investigations, criminal incident response, professional standards, field training, investigative techniques, and personnel management. The Captain will have demonstrated experience in developing collaborative relationships with the community and be committed to working in partnership with community members and leaders to resolve problems as well as possess integrity, ethics, and a high level of professionalism. Further the Captain will have excellent communications skills and knowledge of progressive community-oriented law enforcement, security and safety practices, police administration, supervision and budget practices, professionally recognized policies and procedures, rules and regulation standards for campus law enforcement, and experience in risk and safety management. Review of applications will begin September 23, 2015 and will continue until the position is filled. A resume with an accompanying cover letter may be submitted via the SJG website at under the link Current Searches. Nominations for this position may be emailed to Heather J Larabee at

Case Manager, Risk Assessment, University of Nevada, Reno Police Services

The Case Manager, Risk Assessment, manages violence prevention and threat management programs, including active coordination and participation in the Student Intervention Team (SIT), monitoring of offenders' activities (including, but not limited to sexual offenders) and assessing persons who may be a threat to others or themselves. The position is responsible for ensuring that all constituents potentially impacted by individuals being assessed are aware of the risks, best practices and available options. The position reviews all new cases, conducts follow-up, maintains records and closes out active cases. The individual works collaboratively with campus partners to recommend trespasses, conduct assessment, and develop safety and contingency plans The position provides a variety of training programs to address identifying potential threats, managing training to campus employees on behavioral patterns of troubled individuals. Reno/Tahoe Area: Located just a 3 ½ hour drive from San Francisco, the Reno/Tahoe area is one of the country's outdoor meccas. Within less than an hour drive you will find several famous winter sports resorts (such as Squaw Valley, the host of the 1960 Winter Olympic Games) and hundreds of mountain biking and hiking trails (including the 165-mile Tahoe Rim Trail) for your enjoyment during the winter and summer months. The region offers an array of festivals and cultural activities including museums and performing arts centers. Additionally, the area attracts world class entertainers. Required Qualifications: Bachelors Degree and four years of related professional experience, or a Masters Degree and two years of related professional experience. Relevant experience would include a degree in social work, mental health, psychology, counselor education, criminal just or other relevant degree with experience in one of the following or comparable: mental health, social work, case management, sexual assault prevention/education, or threat assessment. Preferred Qualifications: Contact Information for this Position: Tanya Wells,

Chief of Police, Tulane University

Founded in 1834 in New Orleans, Tulane University is one of the nations leading educational and research institutions offering degrees in the liberal arts, science and engineering, architecture, business, law, social work, medicine, and public health and tropical medicine. Enrolling over 13,500 students, both graduates and undergraduates, Tulane students represent all 50 states and more than 40 foreign countries. Tulanes main uptown campus of 110 acres includes 80 buildings and houses the majority of its schools and colleges. The Tulane University Health Sciences Center in downtown New Orleans includes the School of Medicine, School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, the Tulane Medical Center, and Technology Services, while the Tulane National Primate Research Center is located in Covington, Louisiana. With 4,400 full time employees, Tulane is the largest employer in New Orleans and is dedicated to attracting and retaining the very best faculty, staff, and students. The Chief of Police is responsible for the administration, operation, strategic planning, and financial oversight of a comprehensive, full-service police agency. The Tulane University Police Department is comprised of 105 sworn police officers with 160 total staff, and will be receiving accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) in November. The Chief manages a budget in excess of $8 million, and provides leadership and oversight for patrol operations, investigations, community policing, crime prevention strategies, crime statistics and federal compliance reporting, and the maintenance of accreditation requirements for the department. The position oversees officer recruitment, staffing, training, promotions, and retention efforts, and assures compliance with all professional standards/requirements for police officers. The Chief ensures the utilization of CALEA best practices for private, urban, research universities, may serve as Incident Commander during emergency response situations, and provides oversight of the Universitys central dispatch operation to ensure effective emergency communication, emergency notification systems, and response management. The position has a high public profile and collaborates with a broad array of campus stakeholders, the New Orleans police department, and multiple municipal/state/federal agencies to develop and implement comprehensive services and programs for the safety of students, faculty, staff, visitors, and property. The new Chief will possess a vision for continuing to build a cutting-edge law enforcement agency with an emphasis on current trends and best practices in a higher education setting. Minimum qualifications include a bachelors degree and ten years of progressively responsible experience in law enforcement. Preferred qualifications include law enforcement experience in a university setting, preferably at a CALEA accredited (accreditation completed or in progress) institution. The new Chief must be sworn and confirm current certification, and be eligible for certification by the Louisiana Peace Officers Standards and Training Council within one year of appointment. The successful candidate will also demonstrate organizational development and management skills, including planning, staffing, organizing, directing, and evaluating a police department; knowledge of higher education law enforcement policies, protocols, techniques, and regulatory compliance expectations; understanding of emergency management and crisis response, as well as knowledge and experience using the Incident Command System for major events including sporting venues. A proven track record of collaborating with campus and municipal community stakeholders to address safety issues and student behaviors; an emphasis on the professional development and training of officers, with a strong commitment to staff retention and morale; excellent oral and written communication skills, as well as the ability to interact with individuals internal and external to the organization in an effective, courteous, and productive manner are important in the selection of the new Chief. The Chief will possess the ability to appropriately maintain confidentiality; possess excellent administrative and budgetary skills; have an understanding of progressive law enforcement technologies; and, will demonstrate an ability to engage in strategic planning and program/policy development. Excellent interpersonal skills with a high degree of emotional intelligence; the sensitivity to effectively interact with a diverse community and ability to work with persons from diverse cultural backgrounds; a commitment to sustaining and advancing the departments diversity; strong service orientation and a demonstrated commitment to community policing; and an understanding of student life and the needs/issues of undergraduate, graduate, and professional students will be important in the selection of the new Chief. Review of applications will begin October 2, 2015. Please submit a position-specific cover letter and resume via the SJG website at under the link Current Searches. Inquiries or nominations may be directed to Peter Rosenberg at

Clery Compliance Coordinator , University of Minnesota - Twin Cities


Education: Bachelor's degree

Experience: Minimum of 3 years of professional experience in work that includes job duties related to compliance, program-management, and training

Qualities: Excellent interpersonal and written and oral communications skills; proven ability to work collaboratively and effectively with a variety of diverse constituents; strong organizational skills; high integrity; attention to detail


Experience with and knowledge of Clery Act and related laws and regulations; work experience within or involving higher education; experience in gathering data and producing publications; experience in developing web-based training

About the Job

This position is responsible for leading and managing Clery Act compliance on the Twin Cities campus and coordinating and monitoring Clery compliance across the University of Minnesota system. The position is located on the Twin Cities campus and has primary responsibility for the Twin Cities Clery program. The position also provides support to system campuses for their Clery activities. The position is responsible for monitoring changes in federal and state laws, identifying best practices, and developing a cohesive and organized approach to the University's compliance with the Clery Act and associated federal and state requirements. The position will also be responsible for assessing current efforts and implementing measures for ongoing performance evaluation and reporting. The position reports to the General Counsel.


  • Lead and manage Twin Cities campus Clery activities (60%)
  • Create and manage Clery compliance program for Twin Cities campus, including developing and implementing standards, checklists, and monitoring activities
  • Chair the Twin Cities campus Clery committee
  • Develop and deliver training for key University stakeholders regarding Clery obligations
  • Identify campus security authorities (CSA); develop and deliver training for CSAs
  • Gather necessary information and produce and distribute the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report for the Twin Cities campus
  • Ensure appropriate recordkeeping
  • Gather and submit annual crime statistics to the Department of Education
  • Work collaboratively with others regarding compliance with obligations of timely warnings and emergency notifications
  • Educate Twin Cities campus stakeholders regarding legislative, regulatory, compliance, and policy developments related to Clery obligations
  • Identify Clery geography for the Twin Cities campus and develop and deliver annual training to ensure that members of campus police department are aware of geography
  • Develop and maintain Clery compliance program for University system (15%)
  • Create and maintain system to monitor all campuses compliance with Clery Act and associated regulations and to report any compliance issues to campus authorities
  • Implement and maintain policies and procedures to assist in Clery compliance
  • Work with system campuses to identify Clery geography and develop annual training to ensure that members of the campus police or public safety department are aware of geography
  • Maintain a list of Clery geography for all campuses
  • Keep abreast of legislative, regulatory, and compliance developments related to
  • Clery obligations
  • Support system campuses (15%)
  • Work with Clery contacts at system campuses to support the production and distribution of system campuses Annual Security and Fire Safety Reports
  • Coordinate with system campus Clery contacts to ensure that Clery training requirements are met annually
  • Provide central training and resource options where appropriate
  • Coordinate with system campus Clery contacts to implement and maintain Clery policies and procedures
  • Educate system campus Clery contacts regarding regarding legislative, regulatory, compliance, and policy developments related to Clery obligations
  • Other duties as assigned (5%)


  • Participate in Office of General Counsel administrative functions
  • Participate as active member of Office of General Counsel in office committee and administrative work


Director of Campus Safety , Nazareth College of Rochester

The Director of Campus Safety, chief administrative officer of the Department of Campus Safety, is responsible for the development, implementation, and management of a comprehensive suite of safety and security programs and services for students, faculty, and staff. This includes the oversight of: patrol, communications, investigations, environmental health and safety, fire safety, electronic security, parking and transportation, emergency management, and regulatory compliance and training.

The Director creates a workplace culture that inspires the highest level of service and organizational integrity in the provision of a safe and secure learning and working environment for the campus community. The Director also promotes the development of the whole student through a variety of educational activities and outreach initiatives.

The Director ensures compliance with all federal, state, and local legal and regulatory requirements applicable to the college/university setting.

Essential Functions:

  • Supervise Associate Director and Operations Manager/Investigator to ensure that all staff deliver excellent service and effectively administer college and departmental programs, policies, and procedures. Oversee staff training and development; actively evaluate and develop staff to leverage ability and build capacity. Manage department budget and other resources.
  • Ensure that all internal and confidential investigations of campus policy violations are conducted as required. Conduct confidential investigations and provide security support services related to departmental and college-wide personnel issues. Conduct Title IX investigations in collaboration with Operations Manager/Investigator. Maintain a high degree of confidentiality for all information collected by or associated with the department.
  • Understand and comply with all aspects of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. Engage in effective risk management practices and minimize institutional liability by ensuring compliance with all other federal, state, and local laws and regulations, including regulatory agencies (OSHA, NYS Fire Protection, etc.), pertinent to the higher education setting.
  • Lead departmental goal development and strategic planning activities. Engage in assessment, certification, and accreditation processes to promote ethos of continuous improvement.
  • Maintain 24-hour/day on-call availability for emergency consultation and respond to campus for crisis incidents as necessary. Serve as Emergency Management Coordinator during significant campus emergencies and/or when a state of emergency has been declared in the surrounding area. Responsible for the regular review and implementation of the Emergency Management Disaster/Crisis Plan and for monitoring campus preparedness.
  • Represent Campus Safety by leading or participating in a variety of standing or ad hoc committees such as Incident Review (chair), Student Behavior Consultation, Campus Safety Advisory, Strategic Planning, etc.
  • Maintain cooperative and mutual aid relationships with a variety of external security, law enforcement, and emergency response agencies. Provide assistance to Marketing and Communications on safety and security issues or incidents and serve as the spokesperson for the College on these matters as needed.
  • Stay informed about best practices and national trends in campus safety, particularly related to student issues, by engaging in professional development and other continuing education activities. Maintain membership and be actively involved in relevant professional organizations.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the direct hiring of all departmental personnel, including compliance with and maintenance of training and guard registration records, per the New York State Security Guard Act.
  • Guide the development of an effective crime awareness and prevention program.
  • Develop collegial relationships and engage in effective collaboration with divisional colleagues as well as campus partners and external stakeholders.
  • Represent the College on professional activities and other initiatives as directed by the Vice President for Student Development.

Required Education, Experience, Technology Applications and Skills:

  • Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice or related field.
  • A minimum of 10 years of progressively responsible experience in law enforcement, safety, security, or related field.
  • A minimum of 7 years experience in a supervisory and managerial capacity.
  • Experience in strategic planning, goal development, personnel management, and budgeting.
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills to effectively interact with diverse internal and external communities.
  • Excellent written, oral, and analytical skills.
  • Broad understanding of environmental health and safety, fire safety, and workplace safety.
  • Demonstrated ability to respond effectively to crisis situations.
  • Exceptional organizational skills and be able to attend to and prioritize projects.
  • Ability to successfully manage interpersonal working relationships. As appropriate, collaborate with staff in other units and divisions to achieve the goals of the College.
  • Handles confidential information sensitively and appropriately.

To apply, please go to:

Director of Campus Safety/Chief of Police, Belmont Abbey College

Director of Campus Safety/Chief of Police

Belmont Abbey College is seeking a Director of Campus Safety/Chief of Police to assure that all persons may participate in life at Belmont Abbey College in a safe and peaceful manner, and receive support, aid, and protection. This position educates, protects life and property, assures safe and orderly movement about campus, deters criminal activity, and serves the continually changing needs of the community. The Director of Campus Safety/Police Chief enforces federal, state, and local laws, and the safety and security of the Belmont Abbey College community. The Director manages all personnel employed by the Department of Campus Safety and Police; develops and maintains all policies, records, and assignments required by both the state of North Carolina and Belmont Abbey College; maintains parking control and safety programs; coordinates on-duty, off-duty, and outside law enforcement agencies as needed to maintain a level of safety and security for all events that occur on campus; notifies the Dean of Students and other appropriate college personnel and coordinates all safety, security, and law enforcement related events; develops, coordinates, and maintains the Emergency Procedures Manual for the college.

The incumbent must be able to supervise sworn or non-sworn employees, must be self-motivated and dedicated to fulfilling the unique needs of a college environment. The incumbent must demonstrate strong leadership qualities and possess the skills necessary to command respect of colleagues and students. The incumbent must be able to understand adolescent problems and work well with others.

In addition to the personal characteristics already described, the incumbent supports, embraces, and instills the habit of excellence and virtue to foster the vision of Belmont Abbey College as a Benedictine institution that finds glory in the true, the beautiful, and the good. The incumbent will consistently demonstrate skills, attitudes, and stable disposition of character to support the richness of our Catholic and Benedictine identity while fostering the development of mind, body, and spirit in our students, our staff, and the greater community


Bachelor's Degree and minimum 5 years of law enforcement supervisory and administrative experience at Captain rank or higher; with at least 10 years as a law enforcement officer
Graduation from basic law enforcement training in NC and the ability to acquire and maintain campus police certification in NC

The work environment is a campus setting which may require physical demands that must be met as part of the campus police certification criteria. The work schedule requires the ability to travel to State required department head meetings and in-service training classes. The work schedule requires odd hours and rotating shifts.

Interested candidates should submit cover letter, resume, and contact info for three references to Cheryl Trotter at

Belmont Abbey College is an extraordinary Catholic, Benedictine and Liberal Arts institution. Founded in 1876, its mission is to educate students in the liberal arts and sciences so that in all things God may be glorified. In this endeavor, we are guided by the Catholic intellectual tradition and the Benedictine spirit of prayer and learning. Exemplifying Benedictine hospitality, we welcome a diverse body of students and provide them with an education that will enable them to lead lives of integrity, to succeed professionally, to become responsible citizens, and to be a blessing to themselves and to others. The beautiful and historic campus is conveniently located just five miles west of Charlotte, NC.

Director of Clery Compliance, Northern Arizona University (NAU)

Position requires interaction with students, staff, and faculty from a wide variety of backgrounds. Candidates demonstrating knowledge of, and sensitivity to, our diverse university community are encouraged to apply. Work collaboratively with various offices at the University to ensure the institutions compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act and associated regulations. Serves as the institutions designated Campus Safety Survey Administrator, as that term is explained in the Department of Education correspondence Coordinates the institutions Clery Act Compliance program Develops the institutions Clery Compliance policies and procedures Prepares, publishes, and distributes the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report for each defined separate campus and international site(s) Ensures notices announcing the availability of the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report are properly developed and available to prospective students and employees In conjunction with the applicable offices, develops and implements Clery Act required policies, programs, and activities Gathers crime and disciplinary referral data from various internal and external sources, such as the Office of Student Life, Extended Campuses, and appropriate law enforcement agencies Works with the appropriate University Departments to identify all Campus Security Authorities for the institution and maintains a list of them for each academic year Coordinates with all Campus Security Authorities to ensure the timely receipt of all crime statistic data Provides, facilitates, or manages the training of Campus Security Authorities Consolidates relevant data from these sources with information and policies from across institutional departments Coordinates with the appropriate campus departments to ensure compliance with HEA Fire Safety regulations Works with the NAU Police Department Records Division to ensure proper classification of crime incident reports Collaborates with the Office of Emergency Management and Preparedness and Office of Public Relations to ensure compliance with the Emergency Notification and Timely Warning requirements of the Clery Act Trains key institutional stakeholders on Clery Act requirements Ensures the institution maintains accurate records on security awareness and crime prevention programs and presentations Coordinates with Contracting and Purchasing office to maintain an accurate list of buildings and properties owned and/or controlled by the institution Ensures compliance with the daily crime and fire log requirements Serves as the Records Custodian for all Clery Act-associated records Establishes Clery Act compliance programs at each separate campus Works with the Office of Student Life and/or Human Resources to ensure compliance with the Drug Free Schools and Safe Campuses regulations Stays abreast of pending and final changes to the Clery Act and other laws or regulations affecting Clery Act provisions Works with various institutional offices to ensure compliance with the provisions of the Sexual Assault Victims Bill of Rights and Violence Against Women Act Submits annual crime statistics to the Department of Education, as required Other duties as assigned Bachelor's Degree Experience with Clery Act compliance, other federal act compliance, and/or public service related accreditation processes Excellent oral and written communication skills Excellent organizational skills Excellent interpersonal skills Excellent computer skills; proficient with Microsoft office suite and databases Master's degree or other advanced degree Experience with drafting and publishing an Annual Security and Fire Safety Report Advanced Clery Act Training Familiarization with other related topics to include but not limited to Title IX, VAWA, Uniform Crime Reporting, and the Drug Free Schools and Campuses Regulations Three years or more of work experience with an institution of Higher Education Administrative skills, including data analysis and accurate reporting of data and information in an unbiased manner; and the ability to analyze situations objectively and determine proper courses of action to be taken; Knowledge of research techniques, statistical gathering and analysis; the ability to gather, organize, evaluate, and analyze data; and the ability to prepare reports, proposals, plans and recommendations; Skilled in the effective operation of modern office and computer equipment and various software packages, including but not limited to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Skilled in effective communication techniques, both orally and in writing; Skilled in establishing a rapport and eliciting cooperation from co-workers and the public and the ability to establish, maintain and foster positive and harmonious working relationships with those contacted in the course of work; Skilled in performing effectively in interpersonal situations and execution of managerial responsibilities; Ability to plan, assign, instruct, and direct the work of other employees engaged in carrying out the goals and objectives of the Department and/or assigned functions, as it pertains to compliance; Ability to learn the function, policies, and services of both the police department and the university; Ability to manage multiple projects at one time, skilled in effective time management and resource utilization, and able to adapt quickly to changing situations that may adversely affect previous plans, schedules, and routines; Ability to utilize independent judgment and make sound decisions, and the ability to work independently in the absence of specific instructions or supervision; Ability to organize information that is collected from multiple sources so that it can be easily accessed when needed for audits and other inquiries into procedures. Due to the safety and/or security nature of the assignment, successful completion of a background investigation and polygraph is required. Salary $ 75,000 - $90,000 Submit Application:

Director of Government and External Relations, IACLEA

Schedule A

Director of Government and External Relations

Duties and Responsibilities

General Duties

Monitors key public policy issues facing institutions of higher education, with a particular focus on those that impact public safety, represents the Associations views and priorities to federal agencies and Congress, and implements strategies to engage the Associations members in these policy debates. Serve as the Associations primary legislative affairs expert and project manager for the Associations efforts to communicate with Congress and the Associations members on key policy debates, and to provide the appropriate tools to enable and encourage members to advocate for the Associations and their institutions legislative interests.

Specific Duties:

  1. Lead the Associations effort to advocate for policies, programs and program budgets during Congressional hearings, House and Senate floor actions, and Congressional conferences on key issues related to campus public safety agencies, with special emphasis on those that impact their operations and interests, by directly engaging Congressional decision-makers and by leading an aggressive member outreach program to generate communications to Capitol Hill from the Associations membership;
  2. Identify and prioritize legislative issues and trends impacting the Associations members;
  3. Develop a comprehensive plan for Board approval which includes a legislative and agency agenda to implement the Association's policy and budget priorities at the Federal level;
  4. Represent the Association and its interests and views before Members of Congress and their staffs, as well as Congressional committees, by developing and maintaining strong relationships with those offices;
  5. Research and prepare fact sheets and advocacy materials to advance the Associations legislative interests;
  6. Represent the Association in meetings on policy issues with other Associations, both within the higher education community, public safety, and beyond;
  7. Identify key external stakeholders and partners and reach out to higher education and public safety communities and beyond to collaborate on projects, issues, or advocacy efforts;
  8. Develop and maintain a strong legislative advocacy network among the Associations membership using the best available technology;
  9. Determine and implement the most appropriate and effective way to support the delivery and dissemination of key information to members on legislative issues and trends of interest to higher education institutions, their public safety directors, their staffs, and other Association stakeholders;
  10. Serve as a regular staff contributor for the associations communications products, including the Campus Law Enforcement Journal, the Associations web site, and e-newsletters;
  11. Respond to member inquiries and refer members to IACLEA resources, as well as external information that is relevant to their inquiry;
  12. Deliver presentations at board meetings, annual conferences, and other meetings; and
  13. Maintain regular contact with the Executive Director, Board of Directors, and the U.S. Government Relations Committee on actions related to the Federal agenda.

Estimated Hours: 960 (average 80 hours per month)

Contact Chris Blake at IACLEA headquarters

Director of Investigations , Loyola Marymount University

Loyola Marymount University has an opening for Director of Investigations in the Department of Public Safety (DPS). The Director of Investigations will oversee the entire DPS investigative system and ensure comprehensive alignment of investigative processes with university strategic initiatives.

The Director will ensure the consistency, thoroughness, accuracy and legal compliance of all investigations, through the use of policies, procedures and protocols. Additional responsibilities include: extensive collaboration, consultation and oversight of the investigative process; oversight of systems related to collection of data necessary for complete and accurate recording of all incidents reported; responsibility for managing the department's threat management program; initiation, assignment and conducting investigations of crime, misconduct, and university policy violations; development of programs and events for outreach to the university community for crime prevention, alcohol awareness, threat assessment, and personal safety; and usage of statistical analysis to report metrics for yearly departmental assessment of goals and achievements.

Loyola Marymount University shares in a rich intellectual heritage fostered by the Jesuit and Marymount educational traditions and founded on social justice and ethical values. Governed by an independent Board of Trustees, LMU cherishes its Catholic identity while at the same time welcoming people from diverse social, religious, and cultural backgrounds. LMU is in Los Angeles, yet near the Pacific Ocean, offering a dynamic cultural environment.

We seek candidates who typically hold a bachelor's degree or equivalent experience. Candidates should possess a minimum of 7 years of experience in progressively responsible positions managing complex investigations and writing high-quality investigative reports. Experience working in higher education is preferred.

The incumbent will be expected to acquire a working knowledge of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and the Incident Command System (ICS) and must be able to work in the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) format.

Candidates should also possess exemplary communication skills, demonstrated computer competency, and highly developed organizational and leadership skills.

We offer a comprehensive benefits package and competitive salary.

For more details regarding this position please visit our website. Interested candidates may apply by submitting a cover letter, resume, and salary history to (reference # 0150253).

Director of Public Safety, University of the Pacific - Sacramento

Provide overall staff supervision of the Campus Public Safety Department. Directs and coordinates the security function required for the protection of persons and property connected with University of Pacific-Sacramento Campus, both on and off campus. This position is an emergency essential position. It is a working supervisor/management role requiring occasional shift work. Manage the Campus Public Safety department to ensure they are a trained, equipped, and visible security staff ready to attend to campus safety needs and respond to potential security incidents. Establish a proactive security program utilizing current technology to ensure safety measure to deter crime; including adequate exterior lights for buildings and grounds, selective use of cameras, and alarms. Investigate and document incidents of student and employee violations of campus policies and procedures. Manage the maintenance and implementation of policies and procedures for the Campus Public Safety department including but not limited to: compliance with the Clery Act, Penal Code, Education Code, and University and Student Policies to include Parking and Campus Safety. Maintain and implement the department Security Manual with written policies and procedures that provide clear direction to Public Safety Officers in the performance of their duties. Prepare reports to meet federal and state crime reporting and record-keeping requirements. Maintain and implement the Campus Disaster Control and Policy Plan. Cultivate and maintain an effective relationship with on and off campus constituencies including but not limited to: University departments, campus organizations, students, faculty, and the Sacramento Police and Fire Departments. Designated Campus Security Authority. Perform other duties as assigned. Education and/or Experience: Bachelors degree in a related field and five years of experience in security or law enforcement of which three of those years in a supervisory position OR equivalent combination of education, experience and training. Extensive experience and/or training in the Incident Command System (ICS), National Incident Management System (NIMS) and the Clery Act. Demonstrated expertise with Title IX is essential Required Permits: Full POST academy or valid PC 832 course within the last three years. California Bureau of Security and Investigative Services Exposed Firearms (40 cal.), baton and pepper spray permit, and Guard Registration. 1st Aid and CPR certification. Valid California drivers license. Communication & Reasoning: Excellent customer relations skills and the ability to communicate clearly; ability to think and act quickly and effectively in emergencies; ability to analyze situations accurately and make appropriate decisions. Computer Skills & Technical Skills: Intermediate proficiency in Word, Excel, Outlook and other office related skills. 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. Heavy lifting, carrying, pushing and pulling up to 130 pounds. Bending, stretching, and reaching required. Some sitting and climbing, extensive walking and standing. Rarely but possibly working in extreme temperatures, wet, humid, and hot APPLY ONLINE AT:

Director, Hospital & Medical Clinics Security Operations, University of Illinois at Chicago

The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) has a new position responsible for directing and overseeing the security functions at the UIC Medical Centers and Clinics. The Director will be responsible for the planning, review and implementation of security, emergency preparedness, loss prevention, crime prevention, traffic and related policies and procedures. The Director will lead the daily activities and operations of the security staff/personnel in safeguarding the medical center property, personnel and visitors, ensuring that all components of the Department are properly trained, responsive and supportive of the needs and requirements of the medical security operations. Ideal candidates for this position must know how to build a team, have disciplined thoughts and actions, possess integrity and good work ethic.

Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree in criminology, criminal justice, public administration or a related field. Requires a PERC (Permanent Employee Registration Card) as defined in the Private Detective, Private Alarm, Private Security, Fingerprint Vendor and Locksmith Act, issued by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation or be able to obtain one within six (6) months of employment. Eight (8) years of proven and progressive experience in the security field, which should include management/supervision of security guards, preferably in a hospital/healthcare setting. Prior experience should include working in both union and non-union environments. Knowledge and prior working experience with disciplinary and grievance procedures in a union setting. Good communication, presentation, organization, analytical and computer/pc skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Office to include: Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint and proficiency security related software. A good driving record and proof of insurance.

To ensure full consideration visit Application, resume, and cover letter must be received by September 7, 2015.

The University of Illinois at Chicago is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply

Major  Police Services Commander, Wake Forest University

Founded in 1834, Wake Forest University offers the personal attention of a small liberal arts college, coupled with the breadth and global relevancy of a leading research institution. With a total enrollment of 7,591 students and a faculty to student ration of 1:11, Wake Forest claims the distinction of being the nation's premier collegiate university. Wake Forest is consistently ranked among the top 30 universities in the nation. Their mission is to educate the whole person, graduating students who seek purpose-filled lives while building a community dedicated to serving humanity in the spirit of their motto, Pro Humanitate (For Humanity). Reporting to the Chief of Police, the Major is responsible for supervising, reviewing, planning, and directing activities of all personnel assigned to the Police Services Division. This division includes patrol, investigations, community policing, special events, and security services to ensure operational efficiency. The Major is responsible for initiating community partnerships and student collaborations; serving as a Public Information Officer; conducting crime analysis to implement intelligence led policing and crime resistance strategies; and actively recruits, trains, and retrains a diverse work force. In addition, the Major provides leadership in the development and implementation of comprehensive goals and objectives to ensure a community policing philosophy is measured and results are achieved; oversees all investigations including criminal, Title IX support, bias incidents, citizen complaints, personnel conduct, and delivery of services; and organizes and directs personnel and equipment during major events and emergencies. This position works collaboratively with the campus community through various committees and board as well as other state and local law enforcement agencies. The Major oversees a large staff of sworn and/or civilian personnel both directly and indirectly through subordinate supervisors and assists with the preparation of the annual budget by recommending personnel and capital needs for the division. The successful candidate must possess a bachelors degree, masters degree preferred, and a minimum of five years supervisory experience in campus law enforcement. Candidates must meet all requirements of and be eligible to be a certified Law Enforcement Officer in accordance with the provisions of the North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission [Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) Certification] and must be able to obtain a valid North Carolina drivers license, maintain a good driving record, and be insurable ( In addition, the successful candidate must have completed training in law enforcement supervision and management, with a minimum of five years experience in supervision in a law enforcement environment and specialized training in campus law enforcement issues, community policing, problem solving, crime analysis, professional standards, recruitment, training, budget preparation, resource management, and public information. The Major will have demonstrated experience in developing collaborative relationships with the community and be committed to working in partnership with community members and leaders to resolve problems as well as possess integrity, ethics, and a high level of professionalism. Further the Major will have excellent communications skills and knowledge of progressive community-oriented law enforcement, security and safety practices, police administration, professionally recognized policies and procedures, rules and regulation standards for campus law enforcement, and experience in risk and safety management. Review of applications will begin September 23, 2015 and will continue until the position is filled. A resume with an accompanying cover letter may be submitted via the SJG website at under the link Current Searches. Nominations for this position may be emailed to Heather J Larabee at

Police Officer, University of Colorado Boulder

Police Officer at University of Colorado Boulder

The members of the University of Colorado Boulder Police Department (CUPD) are dedicated to providing the highest quality police services in order to enhance community safety, protect life and property, and reduce crime and the fear of crime. To do this, we pledge to develop a partnership with the community, to lead a community commitment to resolve problems, and to improve the safety and quality of life for all CU affiliates.

We are currently accepting applications for multiple Police Officer positions on our beautiful campus located just minutes from the mountains in sunny Boulder, Colorado. The Police Officer I position functions as a commissioned Police Officer on campus and in the City of Boulder, including patrol and special event duty, identification, detection and prevention of criminal and suspicious activity; issues summonses and makes arrests; submits cases for further investigation and/or prosecution and testifies in court; collects evidence by photograph, tape, sketching and marking and preserving items; interviews witnesses, complainants and others; and assists with non-criminal emergencies such as fire or injury.

Minimum requirements include possession of current P.O.S.T. certification and one (1) year of full-time equivalent law enforcement experience. This is an excellent opportunity for officers who share our values of collaboration, integrity and humility. CU offers excellent benefits, including medical and dental insurance, paid vacation, sick time and holidays, retirement benefits, and tuition reimbursement.

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Police Officer , University of California, Santa Barbara Police

Police Officer

(Lateral/Academy Graduate) $78,613.20-$89,930.16

Annually ($94,830.16 with Advanced POST & Uniform Allowance)

The University of California, Santa Barbara Police Department is seeking highly qualified men and women for a career in campus law enforcement. If community policing on a California coastal campus seems attractive, then you will want to join our team! The UCPD is one of the very few agencies left in California that still offers a 3% at 50 retirement plan. Benefits are exceptional and salary is competitive with neighboring municipal agencies. Apply on line at

Police Officer Trainee (Entry Level) $57,585.36 - $67,937.77 Annually

The University of California, Santa Barbara Police Department is seeking highly qualified men and women for a career in campus law enforcement. If community policing on a California coastal campus seems attractive, then you will want to join our team! The UCPD is one of the very few agencies left in California that still offers a 3% at 50 retirement plan. Benefits are exceptional and salary is competitive with neighboring municipal agencies. Apply on line at

Police Officer, Central Michigan University Police Department

This is a sworn law enforcement position that involves protecting life and property through enforcement of laws, ordinances, and policy. Work involves responding to emergency and non-emergency police calls for service, responsibility for performing assigned police work of varying difficulty utilizing community orientated/problem solving techniques which include community engagement, resource development, the enforcement of laws and ordinances, crime prevention, detection and investigation, apprehension of violators, preservation of order, and related police functions. Associates degree or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must achieve Michigan MCOLES certification within 12 months of date of hire. Possession of a valid drivers license. Possession of the physical capabilities necessary to perform the duties of the position. Ability to successfully complete training to become a certified LEIN computer system operator. Demonstrated positive interpersonal skills. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and project a positive image Ability to perform the essential functions of the job ~Bachelors degree. ~Current MCOLES certification or certifiable pending academy graduation. ~One year of increasingly responsible work experience in public safety. ~Experience working in a higher education environment. ~Demonstrated ability to accurately complete written reports. ~Must possess maturity of judgement and ability to act with tact and restraint while utilizing resolutions techniques. The essential duties of the patrol officer are divided into nine main functional areas: communication, decision-making, staff assistance, investigation/interrogation, planning and organizing, patrolling, controlling situations, equipment used, and policies and procedures. ~Communication Activities ~Interacts and communicates with the public, co-workers, staff, students, and other police departments. ~Reports complaints, unusual and/or hazardous conditions, broken/damaged equipment and other emergency information, ~Enters, transcribes, records, stores, or maintains information in either written form or by electronic/magnetic recording. ~Completes daily logs/work records. ~Dispatches personnel to calls for service. ~May testify in court. ~Decision-Making Activities ~Reviews facts, literature, law books, etc., to draw conclusions regarding if laws have been broken or to determine if an arrest is warranted. ~Observes and analyzes situations to determine appropriate responses. ~Uses evidence collected at accident and emergency scenes to draw valid conclusions. ~Reviews policy and procedural guidelines, manuals, and department records to determine appropriateness and conformance with rules and regulations. ~Makes decisions on whether to terminate a vehicle pursuit. ~Staff Assistance Activities ~Provides back up for other officers. ~Provides general assistance to other police officers, supervisors and other agencies. ~Assists new officers in adapting to the department and instructs them in policing techniques. ~Assists others in specialized areas of professional police work. ~Investigation and Interrogation Activities Investigates crimes and motor vehicle accidents. ~Reviews criminal and non-criminal reports. ~Collects evidence at accident and crime scenes by photographing, recording information, drawing diagrams and lifting fingerprints ~Administers blood alcohol, chemical and/or urine tests. ~Fingerprints people. ~Seizes and/or transports vehicles, evidence and/or property. ~Applies for and verifies warrants. ~Follows up on pending case investigations. ~May coordinate investigation process. ~Interviews victims and witnesses. ~Interrogates criminal suspects and prisoners. ~Planning and Organizing Activities ~Develops plans to accomplish work. ~Organizes time to meet assignment deadlines. ~Patrolling Activities ~Patrols campus. ~Locates emergency scenes. ~Cites for traffic and other law violations. ~Completes accident reports. ~Assists motorists with car problems. ~Directs and controls traffic. ~Controls parking at special events. ~Cleans and fuels patrol car. ~Provides security during transportation of large sums of cash and/or other valuables. ~Maintains key control and/or access to secure and restricted locations. ~Provides 24-hour escort service to students, faculty, staff, and guests of the university. ~Controlling Situations/Activities ~Protects property from unnecessary damage. ~Calms distraught persons at emergency scenes. ~Responds to violence and crime scenes. ~Responds to disturbance calls. ~Enforces laws and coverage of special events such as sporting events and concerts. ~Restrains suspects and makes arrests when appropriate. ~Provides medical assistance to the injured or sick. ~Establishes barricades around event parameters. ~Performs crowd control activities. ~Participates in building checks. ~Equipment Use ~Patrol officers may use the following machines and equipment: ~Telecommunication equipment (e.g., phone, CB) ~Radar gun ~Handcuffs ~Video/audio recording equipment (e.g., copier, facsimile, computer) ~Emergency/first aid equipment (e.g., defibrillator, fire extinguisher) ~Gun ~Baton ~Chemical substance (e.g., pepper spray) ~Security checking devices ~Policies and Procedures ~In addition to the above activities, patrol officers are required to follow department rules and regulations. ~These include: Keeping appointments with interdepartmental meetings, court dates, pre-trial conferences, and training sessions. ~Maintaining standards of appearance such as uniform, well groomed hair and hygiene and physical fitness. ~Completing legal forms and documents. ~Obeying state laws and department regulations under normal and emergency situations. ~Participating in training. ~Provides security and protection services to the community by patrolling assigned areas or buildings to enforce policies and procedures, which may include security of individual building/stationary locations. ~Responds to emergencies by assessing the situation, employing tact, diplomacy, and individual judgment to remedy and/or maintain control. ~May require incumbent to provide on-site lead supervision over student service officers who may be present. ~Deters, restrains and/or arrests individuals attempting to inflict physical harm on themselves or others or to commit criminal acts. ~Completes necessary administrative form/reports related to incidents and/or arrests, to include gathering pertinent information from participants and/or witnesses and organizing it in a logical written form. ~Assists security director and/or lieutenant to conduct investigations or special projects as requested. ~Maintains regular communication with student service officers to obtain information about unusual and/or suspicious situations. ~Appears in court regarding incidents that occur in the university community when necessary. ~Provides traffic control during scheduled activities or during emergency situations as necessary. ~Enforces parking rules and regulations. ~Provides emergency first aid and/or CPR to injured persons, or assists in the transportation of ill or injured persons when necessary. ~Attends internal and/or external training courses, classes and seminars to further develop protection service skills and knowledge. ~Provides basic information and directions to students, faculty, staff and/or the general public. ~Provides superiors with daily activity reports/summaries related to the overall training and performance of student service officers. ~Maintains positive relations with external law enforcement agencies to obtain or exchange relevant protection service information. ~Provides programs and presentations which promote safety and security to students, faculty and staff. ~Performs other work-related duties as requested. ~Performance tasks: ~Driving Skills ~Orientation ~Field Performance ~Officer Safety ~Situation Management ~Report Writing ~Self-Initiated Field Activity ~Problem Solving/Decision Making ~Investigative Skills ~Communication Skills ~Department Policies/Procedures ~Laws & Procedures ~Demeanor Toward Job ~Acceptance of Feedback ~Relationships with Citizens ~Relationships with Department Members ~General Appearance You must submit an on-line application in order to be considered as an applicant for this position. Cover letters may be addressed to the Hiring Committee. Position will remain open until filled. First consideration will be given to applications received by September 22nd, 2015. The University reserves the right to close the recruitment process once a sufficient applicant pool has been identified. Must be able to complete a police academy training program and become MCOLES certified in order to continue employment; in addition to successfully passing a background screening and psychological test. Once those steps are successfully completed the hired individual will be required to pass a 12-14 week on campus field training program to continue employment. The CMU Police Department will fund the police academy for the hired individual. APPLY AT:

Police Training Coordinator, Lamar University

SUMMARY: Function: Under general supervision, perform a variety of complex, technical, and administrative duties in support of Lamar University Police Departments continuing training needs. Scope: The Police Training Coordinator is expected to exercise initiative and independent judgment in carrying out a variety of assignments within established guidelines. These assignments include providing instructional support, assisting in recruitment and retention of officers, conducting background inquiries on department new hires, report training credits to the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement, and performing other related responsibilities as assigned. DUTIES: Typical: Teach, counsel and mentor commissioned officers and non-commissioned officers. Provide yearly career counseling for department personnel. Recruit and oversee visiting instructors, facilitate training coordination. Maintain computer based administrative, all training and instructional records. Coordinate all aspects of the Field Training Program maintain records, review and improve Supervise LUPD police cadets, and personnel assigned to Field Training Program. Construct and administer tests (both knowledge and skill based). Ensure department compliance with TCOLE standards. Analyze instructional programs and modify for performance improvement. Prepare lesson plans, power-point presentations, reports, and evaluations. Develop and present department in-service training. Represent LUPD in institute functions and professional groups. As budget permits, attend, workshops, seminars, and conferences to enhance knowledge and teaching skills. " Assist with the upkeep and maintenance of classrooms and equipment. " Develop and maintain department training calendar. " Identify training needs for department personnel in specific job functions to mitigate liability " Research, draft and disseminate training bulletins. Periodic: Participate in department mandatory work assignments pertaining to athletic events, commencements, etc. Respond to emergency events and remain on assigned post until relieved. Assist with Patrol functions and enforcement of Texas law and LU rules. Liaison with other agencies and training providers to provide specific job related training. Represent LU Police Department at all regional training meetings and conferences. Enroll personnel in courses and coordinate travel and lodging reservations SUPERVISION: Received: Reports to the Professional Standards Unit Lieutenant Given: As required for Police Cadets, and personnel in Field Training Program assignments. Minimum Qualifications EDUCATION: Required: Advanced Police Officer License, Basic Police Instructor Certification, Field Training Officer Certification, AND 30 hours of college credit from an accredited college/university, OR Advanced Police Instructor Certification, with 7 years of Police Instructor experience EXPERIENCE: Required: 10 years of full-time U.S. commissioned police officer experience, and 2 years as an Agency Training Coordinator, Department Training Officer, Lead Instructor for a Training Academy, or equivalent positions APPLY ONLINE:

Public Safety Officer, University of the Pacific

Under general supervision performs University of Pacific, Sacramento Campus patrol and security related duties; enforces campus policies, state, county and city ordinances, and does other work as required. Advises, directs and provides information to students, employees and the public. Patrols designated areas by foot and uses a public safety equipped vehicle and police radio. Patrols campus including buildings, grounds, parking lots and adjacent streets; sees that doors and windows are properly secured and locked; safeguards property of the Sacramento Campus. Assumes fixed post assignments. Responds to calls for service and assistance. Opens and closes facilities. Monitors alarm systems and responds when necessary. Monitors and controls access to buildings and restricted areas. Inspects buildings for security, fire, and potential accident and/or hazards and takes preventive or corrective action as appropriate. Provides escort services by foot and/or vehicle. Provides security for large gatherings and Campus activities. Administers first aid and CPR. Makes preliminary investigation of crimes and disorders. Makes searches and arrests within scope of employment. Prepares reports. Enforces automobile parking regulations. Carries a firearm, baton, mace/pepper spray and handcuffs. Enforces rules and regulations of the School of Law while cooperating with other police agencies. Each Public Safety Officer may have additional duties that are assigned to their position, such as fire safety, training, lost and found property, and work calendar. Designated Campus Security Authority. Performs other duties as required. Education and/or Experience: HS Diploma or equivalent, supplemented by the completion of valid and current POST approved Basic Course Training, Level II, or the completion of POST approved Basic Police Academy or the completion of valid and current PC 832 Course. A minimum of three years of related work experience, preferably in an institutional or campus environment. Completion of first aid, CPR, baton and tear gas training. Must have a valid drivers license. Must have a Guard and Firearms card. Communication & Reasoning: Good customer relations skills and the ability to communicate clearly; ability to think and act quickly and effectively in emergencies; ability to analyze situations accurately and make appropriate decisions. Computer Skills & Technical Skills: Intermediate proficiency in Word, Excel, Outlook and other office related skills. Work Environment/Work Week/Travel: 40 hours per week and over-time as needed to ensure 24/7 coverage or when responding to critical situations Valid drivers license required. Incumbent must also be able to meet the Universitys fleet rules and be eligible to drive for University business. The Universitys insurance carrier reserves the right to exclude applicants based on their driving record. 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. "Heavy lifting, carrying, pushing and pulling up to 130 pounds. "Bending, stretching, and reaching required. "Some sitting, running and climbing, extensive walking and standing. "Rarely but possibly working in extreme temperatures, wet, humid, and hot. See online Posting at:

Public Safety Operations and Clery Act Training Coordinator, University of North Carolina

UNC General Administration (UNC System Office), located in Chapel Hill, NC invites applications for the University Public Safety Operations and Clery Act Training Coordinator position. This position will work with UNC campuses to help ensure all are current with and stay abreast of national best practices and federal rules and regulations related to campus safety.

This position will serve as the Clery subject matter expert for UNC General Administration and UNC campus Clery compliance officers and will work closely with campus Clery compliance officers to help ensure compliance with the Clery Act. This position will collaborate with campus Clery compliance officers to ensure best practices are identified and shared across our system. This position will provide guidance and serve as a resource in areas such as data collection, Annual Security Reports, and Campus Security Authorities.

The position will also work with UNC campus public safety personnel, including Emergency Management Coordinators, to help ensure that all campuses maintain baseline proficiency standards. The standards will include, but not be limited to, written all hazard response plans for man-made and natural disasters, acts of terrorism and other significant campus incidents.

This position will be responsible for the coordination and facilitation of system-wide training of campus law enforcement, emergency management, Clery compliance officers and other parties with a responsibility for the safety and welfare of students, faculty, and staff. Training topics will include, but will not be limited to, requirements of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act) and all associated updates, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX) as it relates to campus law enforcement and sexual assault investigations, and the unique requirements associated with public safety in a college environment.

This position will work with UNC campuses to help ensure that all campuses conduct scheduled training exercises at least two times per year as set forth in the 2007 UNC Campus Safety Task Force Report to the President.

Additionally, this position may work with campus threat assessment teams, campus case managers, and campus counseling center directors to address issues and concerns involving students, faculty, and staff who may present a risk to themselves or others.

This position will develop, implement, and coordinate UNC campus Clery compliance reviews (audits); and travel to each campus to review Clery reporting issues, as needed.

Requires Master's degree with 4 years of operations experience in law enforcement, emergency management, or other related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Prefer Three years or more of Clery Act compliance work experience, with working knowledge of Annual Security and Fire Safety Reports and classifying Clery crimes and disciplinary referral cases.

For additional information and apply online, please visit: before September 7, 2015. The University of North Carolina General Administration is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer that welcomes all to apply, including protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.