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Associate Director of Public Safety/Asstistant Chief of Police, Ball State University

Professional position available July 1, 2014.


Responsibilities: serve as Deputy Chief of the University Police with responsibility in carrying out orders of the Chief with direct supervision of all activities of law enforcement and public safety for the university; develop and implement policies, procedures, and programs with the Director to ensure the safety and security of university students, faculty, staff, visitors, and property; supervise the Office of Parking Services personnel as directed; participate in university and community committees and student groups as assigned.


Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree; seven years of progressively responsible law enforcement experience; at least two years of supervisory experience; certified as a police officer in the state of Indiana or have demonstrated ability by possessing comparable state law enforcement certification elsewhere and able to be certified by the state of Indiana within the first year of employment.


Preferred Qualifications: advanced specialty training in criminal investigation and other police functions; experience in campus law enforcement; familiarity with multi-agency task forces and crime prevention/public education programming in a college or university setting. Candidates for searches must have current authorization to be employed in the U.S. without employer sponsorship.



To Apply:  Send letter of application, resume, transcripts, and the names and contact information for three references to: Gene Burton, Director, Department of Public Safety, Ball State University, Muncie, IN 47306. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. (


Ball State University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and is strongly and actively committed to diversity within its community.

Campus Security Officer, South Puget Sound Community College

POSITION OPENING April 4, 2014 Job Title: Campus Security Officer Position# C00006 Closing Date: Thursday, May 1, 2014 Starting Date: As soon as possible following the recruitment process. Salary: This position is a 40 hour, overtime eligible, permanent classified position. This appointment starts at $3,063.00 per month (Range 46 of the Department of Personnel Salary Schedule) with periodic increases to $4,014.00.


South Puget Sound Community College is currently recruiting for a Campus Security Officer in the Security Office of the Administrative Services Division.


The campus security officer reports directly to the Campus Security Sergeant and is responsible for general safety and security of the college campus, the protection of life and property, maintenance of order, providing assistance to visitors, students, faculty, and staff, the enforcement of applicable laws, college policy, rules and regulations, the detection, investigation, and reporting of violations of those laws, policies and rules, and the documentation of other non-criminal incidents reported to the security department. Incumbents may be required to successfully complete a law enforcement course approved by the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission.


The essential functions and responsibilities of the Campus Security Officer include, but are not limited to: Provision of


Security Services 50% " Patrol campus buildings and property in security vehicle and on foot to enforce college policy, rules, regulations and applicable local, state, and federal statutes. " Parking and Traffic enforcement. Utilize verbal and written warning citations and violation notices for parking and traffic violations. " Inspect college buildings and grounds for prowlers, suspicious activity, fire, property damage, safety hazards, and security of doors, windows, buildings and vehicles. " Respond to reported incidents of both criminal and non-criminal nature and file and refer those reports as appropriate. " Operate security equipment including portable, mobile, and base radios, security vehicles, computers, and telephones, expandable baton, handcuffs, OC (pepper) spray, flashlights, physical and electronic keys and key cars. " Issue timely warnings and emergency alert messages by telephone and computer.


Building Security, Access, and Control 20% " Lock and unlock campus buildings, rooms according to scheduled college hours and classes. " Lock and unlock campus buildings, rooms, and areas as needed for faculty and staff. " Patrol campus buildings noting secure/unsecure status of rooms, areas, buildings.


Public and Motorist Assists 20% " Assist students in the recording and return of lost and found property. " Assist students, faculty, staff, and visitors with vehicle lock outs, jump starts, tire changes, or towing. " Provide safety escorts for students, faculty, staff, and visitors.


Data and Records Management 5% " Record shift information in a daily log. " Maintain a Clery ACT compliant incident report log. " Create, enter, forward incident reports for criminal and non-criminal offenses. " Enter work orders for safety, health, maintenance, grounds, or custodial issues.


Education 3% " Assist in providing safety and security education presentations for students, faculty, and staff.


Incident Coordination and Incident Command 2% " Coordinate incident response and activities of and with city, county, and state emergency responders to campus incidents. " Participate in campus Incident Management training, exercise, and response.


Required Qualifications: " High School graduation or equivalent; possession of a valid driver's license; no previous felony convictions; satisfactory completion of a background check, AND two years of full-time college in police science or allied field; OR Two years of police or campus security experience. " Valid Washington State Driver's license. " No previous felony convictions and satisfactory completion of a background check.


Desirable Qualifications: " Demonstrated ability to multi-task, handle constant interruptions, and remain composed while providing assistance to staff, faculty and students and difficult customers. " Candidates must exhibit an appreciation of, a sensitivity to, and respect for a diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds. Preferred Qualifications: " Successful completion of a state certified civilian law enforcement academy and two years of police or campus security experience.




Your application and these questions will be used to evaluate your qualifications. Please make sure you fully address each job criteria listed below on a separate piece of paper. Your experience and training may be paid or unpaid, full-time or part-time and gained in any setting, such as previous employment, schooling or personal time. You must complete this examination to be considered further. If your answers are misleading, your application may be rejected, or you may be dismissed if you are hired.


1. Working with the Public or Special Groups Give two examples of your experience dealing tactfully and effectively with various individuals and groups in a campus setting and resolving conflicts or solving problems.


2. Working Independently Give two examples of job responsibilities or assignments you performed relating to security work which best demonstrate your ability to work independently.


3. Written Communication Describe your experience composing written correspondence, procedures, reports and other documents.


4. Oral Communication Give one example of your experience providing safety instruction and education to the public.


5. Commitment to Diversity Describe your knowledge of or experience in working with people of diverse backgrounds, abilities and needs.


6. Do you have a valid Washington state Drivers License? _________Yes ____________No


Physical Work Environment: This position may perform in an office setting as well as outdoors in all weather and requires manual dexterity and mobility. Officers must maintain a level of physical fitness sufficient to perform daily tasks with vigor, alertness, and only reasonable fatigue and must be capable of the high levels of exertion required to handle crisis and emergency situations.


Application Process: Interested and qualified applicants are required to submit the following materials to the address below. (1) A South Puget Sound Community College employment application; (2) A letter of application that addresses your qualifications as they relate to the essential functions and desirable qualifications described in this announcement; (3) A current Resume (4) Completed Supplemental Questions - See Questions Below


Incomplete application packets will not be considered by the screening committee. All electronic submissions must be MS Word or PDF file formats only. Application materials become the property of South Puget Sound Community College. Questions regarding this position or the recruitment process may call: (360) 596-5500 for assistance.


Recruitment is open to all applicants who meet the desirable qualifications stated below. Applications received by the closing date will be used to fill other Campus Security Officer vacancies which may occur over the next six months. Internal transfer candidates are required to submit their application and written request for transfer by the closing date. In accordance with the Classified Bargaining Agreement 2012-13, 4.3, Internal Seniority Transfer applicants must submit their request in writing to the Human Resource Office within seven days of this posting.


Please email applications to or by U.S. mail to: South Puget Sound Community College, Human Resources Office, 2011 Mottman Road SW, Olympia, Washington 98512-6292; by Fax: (360) 596-5706


Conditions of Employment: All individuals hired must provide proof of identity and proof of citizenship, permanent resident status or employment authorization. This position is in a union shop bargaining unit. As a condition of employment, you must within 30 days after appointment (1) become a member of the Washington Federation of State Employees, or (2) pay a representation fee, or (3) pay a non-association fee. Nonpayment of such fee is grounds for dismissal. Any dispute between the employee and the employee organization as to the amount of the representation fee can be resolved only under the procedures provided by the employee organization, not the employer.


South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) is an equal opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and welcomes all qualified applicants. We strive to create a working environment that includes and respects cultural, racial, ethnic, sexual orientations and gender identity diversity. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons with disabilities, persons over 40 years of age, disabled and Vietnam era veterans and people of all sexual orientations and gender identities or any other legal protected status are encouraged to apply. SPSCC complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act. SPSCC is committed to enhancing the diversity of our faculty and staff, as well as our student population. South Puget Sound Community College is a drug-free workplace.


South Puget Sound Community College employs only U.S. citizens and aliens authorized to work in the United States. As a condition of employment, new employees must provide proof of identity and employment eligibility. Persons with disabilities needing assistance in the application process may call (360) 596-5500.


South Puget Sound Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Chief of Police, Auraria Campus Police Department/Auraria Higher Education Center

Auraria Campus Police Department | Auraria Campus Relations Unit


The Auraria Campus is looking for a talented manager/leader who can successfully lead a diverse department in a complex environment, work as a team member with the other professional directors, and instill a culture of campus-focused policing.


The Chief of Police for the Auraria Campus Police Department is a full-time position with the Auraria Higher Education Center (AHEC), located in downtown Denver. AHEC is the service provider for 45,000+ students, faculty, and staff working at and attending the Community College of Denver, Metropolitan State University of Denver, and the University of Colorado Denver.




This position is responsible for managing the Campus Police Department and its 48.0 FTE staff (including 30 sworn), which encompasses all administrative, operational, and financial responsibilities for a 24/7/365 full-service public safety organization, specially geared for service to the Auraria Campus (the agency) and its institutions.


The Chief of Police is responsible for all law enforcement operations at the Campus, which includes:


  • Patrol operations
  • Investigations
  • Communications
  • Recruitment and training
  • Budget matters
  • Equipment
  • Facilities

This community policing position plans, coordinates, and evaluates law enforcement activities in cooperation with local jurisdictions, i.e., Denver Police, RTD Police, etc., and in conjunction with agency requirements.


The position further oversees the Neighborhood Community Officer program (non-sworn) and plays a key role in campus emergency preparedness and Clery Act compliance.





  • A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university is required.
  • Minimum of ten years of progressive experience in the policing field, which must have included a minimum of five years experience at the rank of Lieutenant (or higher) and demonstrated direct supervisory experience.
  • Experience in collegiate policing on a college campus and community oriented policing is highly preferred.
  • Must be Colorado POST Certified, or equivalent certification from another state, with ability to achieve Colorado POST certification within six (6) months of hire.
  • Must be able to complete an extensive background investigation to include criminal, civil, psychological, and financial consideration.
  • The successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to serve multiple constituencies within a diverse higher education community; supervise, train, and evaluate subordinate employees; plan and implement safety and security measures; and assess law enforcement or other hazardous situations and determine appropriate courses of action.





  •  $110,000 to $120,000 annually
  • AHEC offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes 21 vacation days and 15 sick days per year; paid holidays, generous medical and dental benefits, as well as life, disability, and retirement (Colorado PERA) benefits.




Submit a cover letter, resume, and professional references addressed to Auraria Higher Education Center, Chief of Police, Position #4066 to: Dianda Coe, Director of Human Resources, at  or fax to 303-556-2448.


Review of resumes will begin on May 5th, 2014, and continue until a successful candidate is identified.


Note: The Colorado Open Records Act (C.R.S. 24-72-204) requires that an applicant make a written request at the time of application that the application be kept confidential. Applications without such a request for confidentiality are open record and must be disclosed upon request.


The Auraria Higher Education Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. A copy of the most recent Annual Security Report, which details policies and statistics related to campus safety, may be found at


To view the announcement, please visit the following website:

Clery Act Compliance Coordinator, George Mason University

The George Mason University Police Department invites applications for the position of Clery Act Compliance Coordinator. The department is a fully sworn, nationally accredited police department through the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA).


The police department provides professional police services to a diverse university population of over 35,000 students, faculty and staff. George Mason University is currently the largest and most diverse university in Virginia with students from all 50 states and over 135 countries studying in over 198 degree programs at campuses in Arlington, Fairfax and Prince William, as well as at learning locations across the commonwealth of Virginia.


Responsibilities: The Clery Act Compliance Coordinator and Crime Analyst works collaboratively with various offices at the university and with other local law enforcement agencies to ensure the institution's compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act and associated regulations. The position also serves as the primary crime analyst for the Police Department providing updated crime information, to include trends and real-time data, to department leaders for management of the department's CompStat program.


Specific duties of this position include maintaining and publishing the Daily Crime Log, publishing and maintaining the Police Departments Annual Security Report, daily compilation of Clery Crime Stats, ensuring proper Clery classifications are used by department personnel, ensuring timely notification of crimes to the community, coordination of Clery stats from other university departments and designated campus security authorities, submission of annual Clery stats to the university compliance office, as well as aspects of crime analysis and maintenance of the department's CompStat process.


Required Qualifications: " Bachelor's Degree and/or relevant combination of education and experience; " Two years of work experience with responsibility for: establishing and implementing projects, organizational goals or objectives which included the use of statistical analysis; and " Functional knowledge of Clery Act requirements and crime analysis techniques.


Preferred Qualifications: " Experience in a higher education setting; " Experience working for or with a law enforcement agency that services a college/university; and " Experience working with data analysis software such as MS Excel or SPSS.


For full consideration, applicants must apply for position number 02598z at  by May 5, 2014; complete and submit the online application; and upload a cover letter, resume, and a list of three professional references with contact information. Applicants must pass a criminal background check and be willing to attend numerous recurring training programs regarding Clery Act compliance.



Director of Campus Safety, Manchester University

Reporting to the Vice President for Student Development, the Director of Campus Safety serves as the unit head for the Campus Safety Department. The director oversees the provision of safety and security to the campus community, and is responsible for the day-to-day management and operation of the department.


Job Responsibilities and Duties:


Essential Functions/Responsibilities " Train, schedule, and direct the activities of sergeants, officers, administrative assistants, receptionists, cadets and other employees. " Serve as liaison with emergency service providers (police, fire, ambulance services, etc.). " Provide liaison between officials from Local, State and County agencies and the University. " Oversee the investigations of crimes and incidents, and maintain records and statistical data for reporting and disclosure purposes. " Oversee the provision of safety and security to the campus community. " Provide oversight and direction of the Event Security Team. " Provide oversight and direction of the traffic/parking enforcement program. " Provide direction and oversight for the auto registration program. " Provide oversight for the collection of parking fees and fines.


" Provide oversight of the University's emergency radio communications systems. " Provide compliance advice regarding OSHA regulations. " Oversee the University key control and lock services program. " Chair and advise the University Safety Committee, and oversee the University safety program. " Oversee and maintain lost and found property. " Prepare and monitor budgets. " Ensure compliance with federal regulations and clery reporting. " Assist in Campus patrols when needed. Secondary Job Functions " Assist the Vice President for Student Development in matters of student conduct. " Perform other tasks as assigned by the Vice President for Student Development.


Qualifications: " Associate's Degree in criminal justice, public administration, psychology, or related field of study required; Bachelo'rs or Master's degree preferred. " Law enforcement academy training required. " Preference given for an individual who could supervise a sworn and non-sworn office " Preference given for an individual having previous college or university experience. " Minimum of five years of experience as a full time police officer and two years of experience as a supervisor in a law enforcement agency. " Must have a good working knowledge of constitutional law, criminal and traffic codes, University policies, and department policies and procedures. " Certified in NIMS courses IS100, IS700, and IS200 " Must be able to handle multiple priorities simultaneously, with a focus on accuracy and timeliness. " Must pass a thorough background investigation. " Must be knowledgeable in the use of a police radio, other emergency equipment and emergency notification systems. " Expert knowledge of Clery Act, Title IX, Campus SAVE ACT, and other relevant federal regulations.


" Must possess a current drivers license, with a good driver's record. " Must possess word processing skills and at least a moderate level of proficiency in the use of computers. Microsoft Office experience and understanding required. " Must be highly proficient in verbal and written communications, and a good public speaker. " Fluent in spoken and written English. " Professional appearance and the ability to interact effectively with persons at all organizational levels are essential. Must represent Manchester University with the highest degree of professionalism. " Must be highly self directed, well organized, detail oriented, and able to complete tasks with a minimum degree of supervision.


" Must possess strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to interact and work with students, parents, employees, and visitors. " Must have demonstrated consistent use of good judgment in decision making, able to respond to a variety of difficult situations, and able to defuse volatile situations. " Must be able to maintain the confidentially of sensitive information. " Must be able to consistently present a positive attitude and promote harmonious team environment. " A strong commitment to excellent customer service is required. " Must be able to flex work schedule to meet occasional demands of the University. " Advanced conflict management skills " Excellent listening and other communications skills " Training skills experience


General Information: Manchester University is an independent, liberal arts university with a campus in North Manchester, Ind., where approximately 1,300 students choose from at least 60 areas of undergraduate study, two master's programs and 19 NCAA Division III varsity sports. Our second campus in Fort Wayne is home to the Manchester University College of Pharmacy, where graduates are awarded the Pharm.D. Doctoral degree. Manchester has a distinctive commitment to developing respect for ethnic, cultural and religious pluralism and an international consciousness. Manchester University respects the infinite worth of every individual and graduates persons of ability and conviction who draw upon their education and faith to lead principled, productive, and compassionate lives that improve the human condition. As an institution rooted in the tradition of the Church of the Brethren, Manchester University values learning, faith, service, integrity, diversity, and community.


Work Schedule: This is a full time, exempt position, forty (40) hours per week, with a regular schedule of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Additional hours or schedule changes may be required occasionally, depending on the demands of the job and the needs of the University.


What We Offer: We offer competitive pay and the opportunity to serve in a dynamic educational environment committed to graduating persons of ability and conviction. We are consistently ranked as an Honor Roll Great College to Work For by the Chronicle of Higher Education.


To Apply: Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and employment application to:


Preferred method of application:  Or mail to: Office of Human Resources Manchester University 604 E College Ave. North Manchester, IN 46962 Manchester University is an equal opportunity employer.


Applicants who further diversify our faculty and staff are warmly welcome.

Director of Public Safety & Chief of Police, University of Cincinnati

The University of Cincinnati, Ohio's premier urban research university, traces its origins to 1819. In that year both Cincinnati College and the Medical College of Ohio were chartered. In 1870 the City of Cincinnati established the University of Cincinnati (UC), and in 1968 UC became a municipally sponsored, state affiliated institution, entering a transitional period culminating on July 1, 1977 when UC joined the university system of Ohio. Today, UC enrolls over 42,000 students and is classified as a research university (very high research activity) by the Carnegie Commission. The university is also ranked as one of America's top 25 public research universities by the National Science Foundation. UC was again named in the Top Tier of the countrys Best National Universities by U.S. News & World Report in 2013 and Forbes named UC among the worlds most beautiful college campuses.


Reporting to the Senior Vice President for Administration and Finance, the Director of Public Safety & Chief of Police plans, organizes, directs, and administers the overall police and public safety initiatives of the campus community. The Director supervises the sworn and non-sworn police and public safety officers; develops and implements effective university safety policies and programs; manages recruitment and training of staff, develops and implements effective crime prevention strategies including a comprehensive community policing program; and ensures timely and accurate reporting in compliance with local, state, and federal regulations. The Director will represent the department in the local community and serve a central role in establishing and maintaining strong collaborative relationships with university constituents and local, regional, state, and Federal public safety agencies. The Director will oversee a budget of $10.5 million and supervise a staff of 147.


The successful candidate must possess a Bachelor's degree in criminal justice, public or business administration, or a related field and at least seven years of demonstrated leadership and supervisory experience in law enforcement in a higher education setting. Current certification as a law enforcement officer by his/her respective state with no more than one year break in sworn service at time of appointment is required. A Master's degree and executive law enforcement training are preferred.


The successful candidate will have a demonstrated commitment to community policing; an understanding of student development and the needs of a complex, diverse campus community in an urban environment; experience with emergency preparedness and managing large events; demonstrated experience facilitating organizational change; and knowledge of current best practices in higher education safety and security. A demonstrated record of leadership, strategic thinking, collaboration, and interpersonal skills are essential.


Review of applications will begin May 13, 2014 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 Mark A. Hall at  SJG  The Spelman & Johnson Group University of Cincinnati - Director of Public Safety Mark A. Hall, Senior Associate


Visit the University of Cincinnati website at


The University of Cincinnati is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

Emergency Management Director, San Jacinto College

Summary Management position responsible for all hazards emergency preparedness, operations, mitigation, recovery and business continuity for the San Jacinto College District including all campuses and properties owned and/or controlled by the College. The emergency management director shall coordinate emergency services with all College departments; local, county, state, and federal government agencies; and private entities as needed to ensure the College is prepared, responsive and positioned to effectively manage all hazards impacting the College.


Responsibilities also include providing for the safety and welfare of all students, faculty, staff and visitors; maintaining peace and order on the property of San Jacinto College; compliance with College rules, regulations, state and federal laws; and conducting appropriate training, drills and exercises to ensure a functional knowledge of emergency procedures by members of the San Jacinto College community. The emergency management Director reports to the Chief of Police.


Minimum Qualifications To be considered for this position, candidates must meet the following criteria: " Demonstrated leadership, organization, communication and critical decision making skills. " A minimum of four years of successful leadership experience as an emergency manager, director or coordinator in an organization of relative size and complexity to San Jacinto College.  " An earned Bachelor's Degree relevant to emergency management from an accredited institution of higher education. " National Incident Management System (NIMS) training. " ICS 100, 200, 300, 400, 700, and 800 certification. " Knowledge of the National Incident Management System and other local, state and federal laws related to security and emergency management.


" Strong inter-personal, teamwork and customer service skills. " Proficiency in use of MS Office programs including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint " Knowledge of mass notification systems, emergency communication systems, and social media " Knowledge of the principles, practices methods and techniques of Emergency Management activities.


" Ability to write reports, policies and procedures, training materials and correspondence. " Valid Texas Drivers License. Preferred Qualifications " Master's degree in an emergency management related field of study. " Current professional certification in emergency management and/or business continuity (i.e., AEM, CEM, ABCP or MBCP) " IAEM Certification as an Emergency Manager. Examples of Work Performed " Provide leadership and strategic direction for San Jacinto College emergency management planning and operations. " Develop and maintain all hazard emergency operation plans for all San Jacinto College facilities. " Coordinate San Jacinto College emergency plans and operations with local, county, state and federal government agencies. " Provide training programs and coordinates operational drills to prepare the College staff to respond quickly and effectively to emergencies. " Assist College departments in developing emergency plans. " Maintain the Emergency operations Center (EOC) as a fully functional site from which College leadership can direct and control operations during an emergency.


" Inventory manpower and material resources from the College and private sector sources that would be available in an emergency and in recovery efforts. " Identify, inventory and mark emergency shelter locations throughout the College. " Available for on-call hours during emergency situations, closures or significant events that affect the operation of the College. " Prepare reports and presentations relative to emergency operations and activities. " Tests emergency notifications systems for functionality and effectiveness: coordinates repairs and improvements as needed. " Inspects facilities and equipment to insure operational readiness for emergencies. " Develop and maintain strong positive working relationships with SJCPD leadership, officers and non-sworn personnel as well as employees and leadership of the College. " Conduct post incident evaluations of emergency operations. " Make critical decisions through analysis of available information and emerging problems to achieve effective solutions.


Essential Qualities and Behaviors " Interact with strong, positive interpersonal skills. " Excellent verbal and written communications. " Provide quality control for the delivery of emergency management services and documentation. " Ensure compliance with emergency management, police department and College policies, orders, directives and guidelines. " Innovative, comprehensive and analytical thinking. " Ethical and honest in interactions with others and in the performance of duties. " Exhibits appropriate critical thinking skills in the performance of job responsibilities. " Supportive of emergency management, police department and College values, mission statements, goals and objectives.


Physical Requirements While performing the duties of the emergency management director with San Jacinto College, the director may be required to sit, stand, drive, walk, run, stoop, crouch, kneel, crawl, push, use hands to finger, handle or feel objects, tools or controls, jump over, pull, carry, reach above head, lift, lower, grasp, hold, climb and balance.


Working Conditions The San Jacinto College emergency management director must be willing to work weekends, holidays, overtime, and special events. The nature of emergency management involves a high degree of risk and exposure to various hazards to include emergency situations and severe weather conditions.


Required Documents " Letter of interest " San Jacinto College application " Copy of Texas driver's license " Copy of high school diploma or G.E.D. " Copy of college and/or university transcripts " Copy of degree(s) received from accredited institutions of higher education " Copy of NIMS/ICS certificates and any other emergency management certifications


Apply at:

Manager for Emergency Preparedness and Clery Compliance, University of St Thomas - Houston, Texas

The University of St. Thomas (,  a private Catholic university committed to the liberal arts and to the religious and intellectual tradition of Catholic higher education, is seeking a Manager for Emergency Preparedness and Clery Compliance. The University enrolls more than 3,700 students with its main campus located in Houston's Museum District.


Summary The Director for Emergency Preparedness and Clery Compliance is responsible for the overall management of the Universitys Emergency Management and Preparedness functions, including development and maintenance of its comprehensive emergency management plan and sub-plans. The incumbent will oversee and coordinate all on campus efforts to prepare and plan for emergency situations and response. This position is a key resource in developing and maintaining relationships with local, state and national emergency management organizations as well as working among various University of St. Thomas campus departments to plan, communicate, and coordinate University-wide emergency preparedness and management efforts. This position works through the University Police Department and is responsible for Clery Compliance data collection.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities "Work in partnership with all University departments to maintain emergency management plans for the University. Ensure all plans are reviewed and updated annually. "Prepare an annual assessment on University emergency preparedness for the Chief of University Police. "Identify emergency management training needs, conduct vulnerability assessments, and develop and implement comprehensive emergency management training programs. Organize and implement various on-campus conferences and meetings on emergency planning and preparedness. "Conduct drills and exercises with faculty, staff, students, and community partners. "Plan and implement Safety Week annually for the University. "Serve as a key point of contact within the University's emergency response team under the supervision of the University President and VP Student Affairs.


"Collaborate with campus officials, campus police, public safety personnel, emergency management agencies, and other entities in the development, dissemination, and coordination of policies and procedures providing for University-wide emergency and disaster preparedness. "Coordinate the University's CERT and Safety Captain Program. "Develop University-wide plans, in conjunction with other departments, providing for campus preparation and response to severe storms and dangerous weather conditions, threatening acts against the University's property, facilities, employees, or students, pandemic disease outbreaks, and hostile acts of violence in the community directed toward the University that may have an effect on the University's ongoing operation.


"Direct all technical, administrative and fiscal functions of the University's Emergency Management and Preparedness program. "Serves as the University's representative on various federal, statewide, regional, or local emergency preparedness committees and task forces, as appointed. "Monitor and maintain all MOUs with outside agencies regarding campus safety and emergencies. "Maintain all files and records required by University policy or external regulations ensuring full and complete compliance with all regulatory and governmental statutes and directives. "Ensure any regulatory changes or new regulations are communicated to the University leadership and community in a timely and thorough basis. "Work with IT to ensure the University's Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is completely functional and in a state of readiness. "During actual emergencies, maintain the 24-hour capabilities of the Emergency Operations Center to perform emergency management functions and other related duties. "Chair the University's Emergency Preparedness and Planning Committee. "Collect and maintain data related to the Annual Security and Fire Report. "Perform other duties as assigned


Note: This is an essential services position. The incumbent is required to respond after hours during emergencies and must communicate their location if they plan on being more than 100 miles from the University's main location. The incumbent may be required to remain on the University's premises in the event of an emergency campus closure.


Qualifications and Requirements "Minimum of 2 years of administrative or program experience in emergency management administration and planning. "Minimum of 5 years of increasingly responsible law enforcement experience at the rank of Sergeant or above. "Minimum of 5 years supervisor experience. "Certification by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement or the ability to be certified within six months in Texas required. "Demonstrated knowledge of the National Incident Management System. "Experience in developing broad plans and programs requiring a high degree of coordination, communication, and implementation among various groups and departments. "An advanced level of knowledge of emergency preparedness protocols, business continuity planning techniques and skills, and knowledge of national and local emergency management systems. "Excellent verbal and written communication skills. "Good organizational and interpersonal skills. "Demonstrated analytical abilities with a high degree of attention to details. "Demonstrated ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously. "Demonstrated ability to make sound judgments and decisions. "Ability to work in a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural environment with students, faculty and staff. "Ability to work a flexible schedule that may include evening and weekend assignments.


Education: "A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in Emergency Management, Criminal Justice, Business Administration, Management, Public Administration, or related field. A Master's Degree preferred. Equivalent experience will be evaluated as part of the interview process.


The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work performed by individuals in this job classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and qualifications required of individuals in this job classification. All job classifications may have miscellaneous job duties assigned on an as needed basis. Management, at the appropriate level, retains the right to assign and change the duties of any position at any time. This is a full time, year round, benefit eligible position.


To Apply, please send a letter of interest with salary requirements and a resume to the email below.


Please note incomplete applications will not be considered.  Human Resources  Ref: 0914 University of St. Thomas Houston, TX 77006


The University of St Thomas is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Police Accreditation Specialist, University of North Texas

The UNT Police Department is currently seeking a Police Accreditation Specialist to join their team.


Duties of the position include but are not limited to the following: *Collecting and compiling accreditation compliance documentation; *Reviewing and compiling department policy documentation; * Recommending and drafting appropriate policy revisions; *Assisting with preparation of various reports and other work products; *Assisting department members with basic policy or standards compliance questions; *Preparing compliance files according to established procedures and within established quarterly time frames; *Maintaining a status report of file completion; *Participating in a triennial on-site assessment by a team of police accreditation assessors; and *Assisting department administrative support personnel with various administrative tasks including, but not limited to payroll reconciliation, purchasing, answering phone calls, etc.


Please visit the UNT Police Department website for further information about our hiring process at:


Applications will be accepted until a qualified pool of applicants has been identified.




UNT is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer. It is our policy to provide Equal Employment Opportunities (including provisions for training, development, transfer and promotion) for all individuals without regard to race, sex, religion, color, national origin, disability, or veteran's status.

UCSB Police Officer, University of California, Santa Barbara

Actively patrols and safeguards UCSB and Isla Vista property on foot, bicycle, motor vehicle and other types of conveyance. Maintains order, enforces the laws, makes arrests, and testifies in court. Educates and communicates with students and the general public. Provides law enforcement and crowd control services for special events and dignitary visits. Provides mutual aid assistance to other UC campuses and jurisdictions as requested or required. Responds to crimes, injuries, illnesses, fires, and other emergencies or disasters. Engages in crime prevention techniques and practices. Receives, processes, and investigate criminal cases. Arrests offenders and makes court appearances. Provides traffic and enforcement. Attends community meetings and safeguards the custody and disposal of evidence and lost and found property.


Minimum Requirements: Completed California Basic POST Academy or currently employed as a Peace Officer in another state and eligible to attend the California Re-certification Course (approval letter obtained from California POST).


Notes: Maintain a valid CA driver's license, a clean DMV record and enrollment in the DMV Employee Pull-Notice Program. Satisfactory completion of a fingerprint background check. Mandated reporting requirements of child abuse. Applicants must be able to pass a physical agility test, oral board, extensive background investigation, psychological examination and medical examination.


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The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.

University Police Sergeant, Univbersity of Nevada, Reno

The University of Nevada, Reno Police Services is recruiting for a full-time University Police Sergeant.


  • The position is responsible for supervising an assigned staff of officers to include planning activities, development and implementation of departmental goals, evaluation, discipline, and training.
  • Additionally, the position will patrol, conduct investigations, enforce laws, and write reports among other duties.
  • This position requires graduation from high school or equivalent education and two years of journey level law enforcement experience; OR an Associate of Arts Degree or equivalent coursework in criminal justice, psychology, police science or closely related field and one year of journey level law enforcement experience; OR two years of experience as a University Police Officer II in Nevada State service.
  • Applicant must meet and maintain Nevada P.O.S.T. certification.


Applicants must be willing to work any shift, weekends and holidays.


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To apply visit  and click on Employment/State Jobs. Information regarding campus security, personal safety, fire safety, and crime statistics can be found at under Clery Legal Data.