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Agency Accreditation Manager, Old Dominion University

The University Public Safety Division at Old Dominion University is seeking candidates for a General Administrative Supervisor I/Coordinator I position: Objective: Under the supervision of the Administrative Commander, this position is responsible for planning, implementing, and maintaining the University Police Departments accreditation program, including achieving and maintaining Commission on Law Enforcement Accreditation, as well as other law enforcement accrediting bodies as determined by the AVP/Chief of Police. Required Qualifications: Considerable knowledge of Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc.(CALEA) accreditation standards, law enforcement theory and practice, as well as knowledge of the criminal justice system, law enforcement agency operations and its administration. Considerable knowledge of research and analysis methods and techniques. Excellent writing, research, and analytic skills. Excellent interpersonal and communications skills including the ability to question. Excellent skill in the use of personal computers, related office software and presentation equipment. Ability to read and interpret complex material concerning law enforcement agencies, criminal justice processes and a variety of accreditation standards. Ability to analyze facts and exercise sound judgment in arriving at conclusions and recommendations. Ability to speak informatively to public groups concerning the accreditation process. Ability to complete assignments in a timely fashion, planning and organizing activities in accordance with priorities and schedule. Ability to assume responsibility, work independently and solve problems involving complex variables. Considerable experience with CALEA On-Site evaluations, active Assessor for CALEA or a State PAC. Considerable experience performing research, interpreting policies and procedures, gathering facts and preparing reports. Considerable experience in records management, retention procedures or compliance initiatives. Preferred Qualifications: Education at or above the bachelors level from an accredited college or university, preferably in Public Administration, Planning, Business Management, or a discipline directly related to the positions responsibilities. Some knowledge of college/university sworn public safety agency and university organizational structure. Prior experience as an Accreditation Manager from an agency with a successful program as established by CALEA benchmarks. This position opens January 18, 2016. To review position requirements and submit an application, please visit and follow the on-line instructions. AA/EOE

Associate Director of Parking and Transportation Services, Butler University

Butler University is seeking an experienced individual to serve as the Associate Director of Parking and Transportation Services. This individual will be responsible for the daily operations and strategic oversight of parking and transportation services at the University. They will develop and update relevant parking policies and ensure their proper implementation. This individual will be responsible for projects, researching issues in a proactive way, identifying and organizing information with many constituent groups to resolve problems. The University is creating this new office under the Department of Public Safety. The Associate Director of Parking and Transportation Services will be a direct report to the Director of Law Enforcement and Security Services. He/she will manage and supervise two full-time employees (a parking services clerk and enforcement officer). The University has an inventory of approximately 4,826 parking spaces, including one parking garage facility. The parking garage has an inventory of 1,040 spaces with 16,000 square feet of retail space. Duties and Responsibilities: " Plans, manages, and develops effective polices for parking and transportation services on the campus of Butler University. " Maintains efficient and effective operations in the administration of parking permits to faculty, staff, students, visitors and special permits for cultural and athletic events. " Maintains efficient and effective operations of all parking assets, to include parking lots and the Sunset Avenue parking garage. " Responsible for maintaining effective business systems for issuance of permits, collection of revenue, execution of contracts (e.g. Zip Car) and internal audit procedures. " Interacts proactively with faculty, staff, students, parents, vendors and others as appropriate in a diverse and multicultural environment in an effort of continuous improvement for parking and transportation services. " Serves on various University committees regarding planning of events or operations in regards to parking and transportation issues. " Plans, assigns, reviews and supervises the work of support staff in the Parking and Transportation Services office. " Supervises full time parking services clerk and parking enforcement officer. Also schedules and supervises contract employees for events. " Maintains relevant logs of parking inventory, violations and issuance of all permits. Also oversees the parking citation appeals process. " Develops multi-year strategy for parking and transportation needs for the University. " Maintains and oversees the budget of Parking and Transportation Services. " Assists in the strategic vision of alternative forms of transportation, to include bicycle share and car share programs. " Manages/oversees the Universitys internal shuttle (Dawg Ride) system.  Position Requirements: " Undergraduate degree required. " A minimum of five (5) years of professional and progressive experience in the field of parking and transportation industry, preferably within higher education. " Commitment and track record of superior customer service. " Demonstrated success working in a team environment. " Ability to handle multiple deadlines and prioritize projects accordingly. " Strong interpersonal and oral/written communications skills with demonstrated attention to detail and ability to relate to individuals at varying levels internally and externally. " Professional in appearance, demeanor and decision making. " Willingness to work evenings and weekends as necessary. " Computer software skills and some knowledge of parking databases. " Budget management experience. Expertise with financial and statistical data. Must have the ability to provide and analyze reports, budgets and proposals. To Apply: 1) Please submit Butler University's Employment Application form along with your resume and cover letter. The Butler University Employment Application form is available at: 2) All interested candidates should send the completed application, their resume and cover letter in a PDF file to John Conley, Assistant Chief of Police, Operations, at Please label the email and PDF with your last name and the position title (i.e., Conley  Associate Director of Parking).

CAMPUS POLICE OFFICER, University of Washington Police Department

As part of the University of Washington community, UWPD provides law enforcement services to the largest college population and sports stadium in the State of Washington. We also provide security to visitors including dignitaries and other invited guests, contributing a vital role in the safety, security, and success of the University of Washington. UWPD responds to public calls for service within a very diverse community. We provide preventive patrol of the campus and nearby areas, enforcing state laws, city ordinances, and University regulations. Police Officers conduct criminal and traffic investigations, make arrests, prepare necessary documentation and testify in court. Officers also provide for the safety and security of persons and property at university events and attend community meetings. Officers have the opportunity to participate in a number of lateral assignments such as bicycle patrol, field training officer, detectives and crime prevention. UWPD Officers exercise police authority on surrounding city streets as agreed to under a memorandum of understanding with the Seattle Police Department and through provision of the Washington Mutual Aid Peace Officers Powers Act (RCW 10.93.070). The University of Washington Police Department is building a new, state-of-the-art police facility that will be complete in June 2016. We are looking for dedicated professionals to join our ranks. We have so much to offer including a pleasant atmosphere policing a student population, specialty positions, working Pac-12 sporting events, lucrative overtime assignments and an opportunity to practice the community policing and service expected from our nationally accredited police department. We are committed to officer training, a high officer-to-area ratio and innovative policing strategies. All qualified ENTRY Level candidates are invited to participate in the selection process. To view the posting in its entirety and to apply, please visit: Click START your job search. Enter Req #129314 in the search box. The University of Washington is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. To request disability accommodation in the application process, contact the Disability Services Office at 206-543-6450 / 206-543-6452 (tty) or

CAMPUS POLICE OFFICER, University of Washington Police Department

University of Washington could land you one of the best police officer jobs in the Northwest. Think about it. Are you tired of running from call to call with no time to practice community policing? No consistent back-up? Concerned with your city or county budget? The University of Washington Police Department (UWPD) is committed to working with the community in resolving problems through community policing practices and keeping the community educated as to safe practices to protect yourself and your property. Our community stays involved by taking responsibility in reporting crimes, suspicious activities, and practicing crime prevention techniques. Situated on a beautiful campus, the UW police force, security personnel and the involvement of the community create a safe and secure environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors. The University of Washington Police Department is building a new, state-of-the-art police facility that will be complete in June 2016. We are looking for some dedicated professionals with police experience to join our ranks. We have so much to offer including a pleasant atmosphere policing a student population, specialty positions, working Pac-12 sporting events, lucrative overtime assignments and an opportunity to practice the community policing and service expected from our nationally accredited police department. We are committed to officer training, a high officer-to-area ratio and innovative policing strategies. All qualified LATERAL candidates are invited to participate in the streamlined selection process designed for the experienced officer. To view the posting in its entirety and to apply, please visit: Click START your job search. Enter Req #129315 in the search box. The University of Washington is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. To request disability accommodation in the application process, contact the Disability Services Office at 206-543-6450 / 206-543-6452 (tty) or

Chief of Police, City of High Point

The City of High Point, NC, nationally known for the High Point Model of Policing, is seeking a seasoned, assertive and visionary consensus builder to be their next Chief of Police. The successful candidate will be someone who is an experienced advocate for proactive, evidence and data based approaches to policing and who fully supports the Focused Deterrence approach that the City of High Point has embraced since 1998. Unafraid to innovate, the High Point Police Department prides itself on its success in bringing down violent crime and domestic violence rates over the last 18 years while increasing transparency, community engagement and professional partnerships. The next leader of this low turnover department, will be shaping the future of policing in High Point with effective succession planning, taking successful existing initiatives to another level, innovating by evaluating and implementing appropriate new strategies, and continuing to build trust in the community. The position is open due to retirement. Police Department and Position Overview: The City of High Point operates under a Council/Manager form of government. The City has approximately 1475 employees working across 23 departments. The new Police Chief will report to the City Manager. The individual selected for this key role will lead a Department of approximately 239 sworn and 41 non-sworn employees with an annual budget of $24.4 M. Employees are divided among four areas: Office of the Chief of Police (which includes the Public Information Officer), Major Deterrence and Crime Prevention, Field Operations North (Special Investigations, Property Crimes, Traffic Unit and School Resource Officers), and Field Operations South (Personnel and Recruiting, Training and Animal Control, and Police Records. The Chief of Police oversees many special programs with the goal of improving community relations and providing public safety education such as P2C  where citizens can look up and print out a police report of an incident in which they were involved; and Crime mapping, which will map incidents anywhere in the City, HPCAV  High Point Community Against Violence, a nonprofit organization that partners with the Violent Crimes Task Force division to reduce violent crime in the City, a Citizens Academy, Ride Along Programs, National Night Out and others. See for more information. Qualifications: The City seeks a law enforcement leader with a minimum of 15 years progressive law enforcement experience and at least 5 years of cross-functional and progressively responsible experience including administrative and command work at rank of Captain or higher; a BA/BS degree (Masters degree highly preferred) along with executive law enforcement training (e.g. FBI National Academy, Administrative Officers Management Program, LEEP, etc.). Must have current certification as a municipal or local government law enforcement officer by his/her respective state or with no more than one year break in full-time sworn service at time of appointment. Please note that North Carolina has partial reciprocity for current (or with honorable discharge) military law enforcement certification. North Carolina does NOT have reciprocity with Federal law enforcement certification. Salary range and Application Process: Current city policy states that Department Directors must reside within the city of High Point Planning Area as shown on the current officially adopted City Land Use Plan Map. within 12 months of appointment to the position. Hiring range is $92,451.00 - $138,340.00 (beginning salary will be commensurate with experience). The City offers a highly competitive benefits package. Additional information about the benefits package is available at To view the full posting and to confidentially apply for this position, visit the Developmental Associates application website (or paste All applications must be submitted online via this application portal). All applicants are encouraged to apply by February 25, 2016. Semi-Finalists will participate in an assessment center in High Point on March 31-April 1. All inquiries should be emailed to The City of High Point is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The recruitment and selection process is being managed by Developmental Associates, LLC.


The Chief of Police/Director of the Department of Public Safety is the principal law enforcement officer of the college and shall provide the leadership to develop, plan, implement, direct and maintain a comprehensive public safety operation to assure a safe environment for learning and working for all students, faculty, staff, and visitors. The Chief of Police/Director of Public Safety provides strategic leadership and management of all personnel, and financial responsibilities for a 24-hour/365 days/year operation implementing strategic priorities in patrol, investigations, recruitment, training, emergency planning and response, crime prevention, statistics, record management, event management and crowd control. The Chief of Police/Director of Public Safety oversees traffic/parking management and the emergency management operations for the college and is also responsible for complying with all State and Federal crime reporting requirements. SUPERVISION General Supervision: President Daily Supervision: Vice President, Learning Resources Management DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Oversees the administration of the Department of Public Safety and Police to include the preparation of operational reports, trend analysis, recommendations, and investigations and insure the proper reporting related to the apprehension and arrest of violators of the law and/or college policy and procedures. Prepare and present formal and informal public safety reports to the board of trustees, and the College administration. Provide technical expertise, information and assistance to the college regarding safety and security programs to ensure a safe and efficient environment for the college community. Plan, direct and supervise training programs to ensure the public safety officers are aware of current information, changes in the law/procedures and are familiar with the latest techniques in the field. Supervise the command shift to ensure proper distribution of assignments, adequate staffing and availability of suitable facilities for effective operation. Chief of Police/Director, Public Safety, continued Ensure the enforcement of state and local laws and college policies and procedures by department personnel. Develop and sustain a public safety/police program that maintains effective and strong communications with students, faculty, and staff. Manage College Public Safety/Police personnel policies and decisions including selection, training and evaluation in a manner that develops and retains a professional and diverse workforce. Procure and maintain law enforcement, safety and communications equipment required for the effective performance of the Department. Prepare, implement and monitor departments budget. Administer the centralized video surveillance system. Develop, implement and supervise a comprehensive crime prevention program and coordinate and direct the campus public safety programs. Oversees the Accreditation Program and write, edit, publish and disseminate policies and procedures governing the operation of the Department of Public Safety and Police and ensure that quality control and Accreditation performance standards are maintained. Administer procedures governing, traffic and parking management on campus. This includes maintaining current permit and citation files and collection procedures. Manage the Colleges Emergency Management Plan and coordinate all Continuity of Operations Plans. Oversee and manage the Colleges emergency notification system, to include testing each semester. Liaison with local, state and federal law enforcement and public safety agencies. Actively participate in law enforcement and college/university public safety organization to enhance cooperation and obtain new knowledge about trends in the field of public safety. Prepare and ensure that the college complies with any State or Federal reporting requirements addressing criminal activities occurring at the college. Other duties as assigned by the President and Vice President for Learning Resources Management. Chief of Police/Director, Public Safety, continued QUALIFICATIONS A Bachelors degree in Criminal Justice, Police Science, Public Administration or closely related field from an accredited institution. Graduation from the FBI National Academy or similar law enforcement executive development program is highly preferred. A minimum of fifteen years of experience in progressively responsible positions in a law enforcement agency or a college/university security or public safety department, including five years in a supervisory or management role. Must be or have been previously certified by a bona fide Police Training Commission. Must successfully pass a criminal history background investigation, verification of qualifying credentials and verification of at least three personal references. Maintenance of physical condition needed to effectively climb flights of stairs, walk, sit or stand for long periods of time, physically push/pull large heavy objects, lift, pick up and/or carry objects or equipment to perform lifesaving procedures. Must be able to operate and utilize various types of public safety equipment; must demonstrate proficiency in the use of a handgun, handcuffs, asp, and O.C. spray approved for use by the department. Must be able to be on-call and have flexible hours. Must have thorough knowledge of modern Law Enforcement, Public Safety and Security management principles to include organizing, planning, directing, controlling, coordinating, and execution. Must be familiar with the challenges facing higher education and capable of managing the AACCs multiple and diverse stakeholders. Must demonstrate the ability to successfully engage, motivate, and interact with the College community. Must have a vision for building on the AACC Department of Public Safety and Polices current strengths and commitment to creating a culture of safety through innovative practices that emphasize education, prevention and relationship building. Excellent interpersonal and communications skills. Chief of Police/Director, Public Safety, continued Possess a valid Maryland Drivers license and have a good driving record. Intermediate computer/word processing skills (Microsoft Office) are required APPLY:

Executive Director , The International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators

The International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA) was established in 1958 to provide members with opportunities to discuss common challenges and to develop a clearinghouse for information and issues shared by public safety leaders across the country. Today, IACLEA membership represents more than 1,000 colleges and universities in 10 countries. The association advances public safety for educational institutions by providing educational resources, advocacy and professional development services. In addition to colleges and universities, IACLEA has 1,800 individual members including campus law enforcement staff, criminal justice faculty members, and municipal chiefs of police. The Position Reporting to the IACLEA Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for oversight of the programs and services of the association and assists the Board of Directors in formulating the associations mission, goals and objectives. The Executive Director oversees the overall operation of the association, including administration, program services, marketing and membership development; maintains professional knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, establishing personal networks and participating in professional organizations; consults regularly with the President and Board of Directors regarding significant issues that impact the conditions and operation of the association; and maintains and oversees the implementation of the strategic plan and provides periodic reporting to the Board of Directors. In addition, the Executive Director oversees involvement with agencies, commissions and associations in order to represent the interests of IACLEA members and, as directed by the President, serves as a spokesperson for the association. Staff support for IACLEA programs and services is provided through a contract with an association management firm. Qualifications The successful candidate will possess a bachelors degree and progressively responsible senior leadership experience in higher education public safety. An advanced degree and non-profit association management experience are preferred. The successful candidate will possess strong financial and budget experience, exceptional written and verbal communication skills, the ability to synthesize issues and ideas and present them to constituent groups, strategic planning experience, and a demonstrated commitment to customer service. Application and Nomination Review of applications will begin March 7, 2016 and will continue until the position is filled. To apply for this position please click on the Apply button, complete the brief application process, and upload your resume and position-specific cover letter. Nominations for this position may be emailed to Mark Hall at Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson at 413-529-2895. Spelman Johnson IACLEA  Executive Director Mark A. Hall, Senior Associate

Physical Security Specialist (Information Technology Specialist III), Old Dominion University

Physical Security Specialist (Information Technology Specialist III) Old Dominion University  Norfolk, VA Position #01188 The Public Safety Department at Old Dominion University is seeking candidates for an Information Technology Specialist III position. Objective: Under limited supervision, this position is responsible for managing and coordinating activities related to new information technology projects and major enhancements of existing systems, equipment and/or technology infrastructures under the purview of the University Police Department. This position provides leadership and oversight to those responsible for the day to day management of various communications, physical security, access control, surveillance, panic/alarm monitoring and other associated systems. It collaborates and partners closely with ITS and F/M in the development of processes, policies and procedures used to ensure the security of the associated data contained in these systems and the access rights/permissions of users to ensure safety and continuity of operations. Required Qualifications: Considerable experience managing physical security monitoring systems. Considerable experience with the installation of new hardware/software as well as upgrading existing hardware/software. Considerable experience with networks, PCs and communication systems. Some experience with project management. Extensive knowledge of access control solutions, IP based physical security systems, and remote surveillance/monitoring technologies. Considerable knowledge of information systems data management and security practices and techniques for law enforcement. Basic knowledge of computing systems, software, hardware and networks. Basic knowledge of database programming and query design. Demonstrated project management and training skills. Excellent customer service, oral and written communication skills. Demonstrated ability to interact with vendors and co-workers. Demonstrated ability to efficiently manage time and people. Demonstrated ability to trouble-shoot, resolve problems, and document problems. Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate policies, practices and procedures to external and internal customers. Demonstrated ability to work independently with minimal supervision and to provide technical and project leadership to other staff members. Valid drivers license, insurable driving record. Must obtain Crime Prevention Though Environmental Design (CPTED) certification and VCIN certification within one year of hire. Required to pass police background investigation. Preferred Qualifications: Masters degree in computer science, information systems, computer engineering, or a related discipline. Equivalent combination of education and/or experience may be substituted. Familiarization with multiple layers of physical security, certifications in related fields. Crime Prevention Specialist Certification. This position opens February 1, 2016. To review position requirements and submit an application, please visit and follow the on-line instructions. AA/EOE

Police Captain, University of Cincinnati

Essential Function Under general supervision from a designated administrator, assist in the planning and direction of daily police operations, including Patrol, Crime Prevention, Investigations, Emergency Preparedness, Emergency Communications, Records, Training and Community Relations. Characteristic Duties Administer and manage daily operations for the public safety department to include oversee investigations, development of policy reviews, review of criminal activities and trends, resolve personnel issues. Manage and oversee the Crime Prevention, Investigative and Public Safety Communication Center. Responsible for written, as well as verbal communication with the University community including Clery Act and administrative notifications related to campus health and safety. Manage the patrol functions of the police and security personnel; assign duties to police supervisors; oversee training program for commissioned and non-commissioned personnel. Provide direct supervision to non-exempt staff (i.e., hiring/firing, performance evaluations, disciplinary action, approve time off, etc.). Serve in acting capacity for the Assistant Police Chief, as needed. Serve as liaison between police department and contracted mutual aid police agencies for main campus as well as branch campuses. Represent the Department of Public Safety by attending professional community and campus meetings, as well as training with community groups and other law enforcement agencies that enhance the understanding and delivery of police services. Evaluate new technology for the enhancement of security and protective systems. Apprehend and arrest violators; testify in court proceedings. Perform other duties based on departmental need. Unusual Working Conditions Law enforcement hazards. Requires ability to gain physical control of suspects/prisoners/patients, climb stairs, run after suspects, and provide first aid and emergency care. Must maintain agility and physical fitness. Use and maintenance of firearms. Supervise after-hours events and is on call at all times unless relieved by Police Chief/Director of Public Safety. May work in inclement weather. Minimum Qualifications Bachelors degree with five (5) years experience; -OR- Associates degree with seven (7 years experience. Degree must be in Criminal Justice, Public Administration, Business Administration, or related field. Experience must be in criminal justice administration. Experience must include at least one (3) year of supervision. Certification by the Ohio Peace Officers Training Council is required. Must possess a current valid drivers license with acceptable driving record. APPLY:

Police Lieutenant, San Jacinto College

Responsibilities - Provide leadership and strategic direction for a major division of the San Jacinto College Police Department. - Maintain quality control, consistency and balance in the delivery of police department services to San Jacinto College. - Develop and maintain strong positive working relationships with SJCPD leadership, officers and non-sworn personnel as well as employees and leadership of the College. - Mentor police sergeants and non-sworn supervisory personnel. - Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned sergeants and non-sworn supervisors. - Ensure sergeants and non-sworn supervisors maintain adequate staffing for their assigned work unit to include scheduling days off, assigning overtime, approving time off and training requests, making adjustments for illnesses and injuries. - Coach and develop assigned sergeants and non-sworn supervisors to achieve their best performance. - Provide training opportunities for sergeants and non-sworn supervisors to enhance existing and develop new skills. - Take operational command during emergencies and critical incidents. - Instill a strong customer service and community policing philosophy within their assigned division of the police department. - Conduct training programs in their areas of expertise for police department personnel. - Maintain records to document the job performance of assigned sergeants and non-sworn supervisors. - Provide regular performance feedback to members of their assigned division and provide guidance for improvement. - Make critical decisions through analysis of available information and emerging problems to achieve effective solutions. - In the absence of the Chief of Police, act as the representative of the police department with members of the College Strategic Leadership Team, Vice Presidents, Deans and Directors. - Develop and maintain good working relationships with police commanders of law enforcement agencies with which the San Jacinto Police department interacts. - Interact with strong, positive interpersonal skills. - Excellent verbal and written communications. - Provide quality control for the delivery of police department services and documentation. - Ensure compliance with 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 police department and College values, mission statements, goals and objectives. Required Qualifications To be considered for this position, candidates must meet the following criteria: - Demonstrated leadership, communication and critical decision making skills in a law enforcement environment relevant to San Jacinto College. - A minimum of four years of successful experience supervising peace officers in a law enforcement agency. - Hold a current Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education (TCLEOSE) Advanced or Master Peace Officer certification. - Meet one of the following experience and education requirements: - Six (6) years of experience as a police sergeant, or equivalent, or higher rank and a high school diploma or equivalent, or; - Five (5) years of experience as a police sergeant, or equivalent, or higher rank and an Associate's Degree from an accredited institution of higher education, or; - Four (4) years of experience as a police sergeant, or equivalent, or higher rank and a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution of higher education. Preferred Qualifications Graduation from an advanced police management program such as the FBI National Academy, the Leadership Command College of the Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas, Southern Police Institute Command Officer Development Course or Administrative Officer Course, or Northwestern University Center for Public Safety School of Police Staff and Command. - TCLEOSE Instructor Certification Apply Here:

Police Officer , Old Dominion University

Police Officer (#0116PO) The University Police Department at Old Dominion University is seeking candidates for Law Enforcement Officer II positions. Duties include: under supervision, renders police services designed to provide assistance and protection to persons and safeguard property to the Old Dominion University community and concurrent jurisdiction. This is a continuous recruitment which will accept applications through May 6, 2016. To review position requirements and submit an application, please visit and follow the on-line instructions. AA/EOE

Police Sergeant , California State University - San Bernardino

OVERVIEW: Employment Status: Full-time, probationary "non-exempt" position. Work Schedule: To be arranged. First Review Deadline: This position will remain open until filled. Applications will be reviewed beginning February 12, 2016. Candidates are encouraged to attach a resume and cover letter to their application. Position Summary: This classification is the highest level in the Police Series and is a first line supervisory classification, requiring a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of law enforcement methods and procedures, criminal codes and laws, and investigative techniques and procedures. Work assignments include primary supervisory responsibility for a shift, program, unit or task force, and general law enforcement and specialized work assignments performed by other positions in this series. Under the direction of a commanding officer, the Sergeant is assigned primary responsibility as a working, first line supervisor, in addition to general law enforcement and specialized work assignments performed by Police Officers and Corporals. Work assignments require the use of independent judgment and the ability to provide leadership to others. The Sergeant rank is distinguished from the Corporal by the full-time assignment of supervisory duties, including making work assignments, monitoring and reporting work activities, and providing on the job training and assistance to subordinates. Supervision: Supervise assigned sworn and non sworn personnel, through on scene presence, review and approval of written reports and documents, receiving input from members of the campus community, etc. Function as on-duty Watch Commander, responsible for oversight of all departmental field activities during an assigned shift. General Law Enforcement: Enforce laws, rules and regulations; investigate criminal and other incidents; make arrests; conduct interviews; transport prisoners; testify in court proceedings as required. Patrol the campus and surrounding areas on foot or using motor vehicles. Investigate traffic collisions and other problems; issue citations; provide safety escorts; respond to radio calls and other duties as assigned. Write reports to accurately describe events; draft diagrams of locations or scenes. Respond to situations involving illness or injury; provide first aid or emergency medical care or assessment at the level of training provided the employee. Training: Conduct training and oversee training conducted by others. This includes general oversight of Field Trainees on an assigned shift, and coordination with Field Training Officers involved. Conduct roll-call training at beginning of each shift. Conduct safety training and monitor workplace conditions for safety hazards. Administrative: Various departmental assignments, including planning and scheduling, assignments to represent the department at meetings, on committees and task forces. Miscellaneous: Provides other safety and security related services required to ensure the safety of the university and the campus community. Support the campus emergency plan; support other intra and interdepartmental units and divisions. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge and Abilities Valid California driver's license. Comprehensive knowledge of current law enforcement methods and procedures. Comprehensive knowledge of current criminal codes and laws. Comprehensive knowledge of effective investigative techniques and procedures. Effective oral and written communication skills, including writing clear and comprehensive reports. Ability to work independently and make sound judgments. Ability to provide effective leadership, training and direction to assigned personnel. ยจ Ability to supervise and evaluate employees effectively. Ability to assist in developing department policies and procedures. Education and Experience High school diploma or equivalent and graduation from a Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) academy and a P.O.S.T. Basic Certificate are required in addition to three (3) or more years of active law enforcement experience. Possession of a P.O.S.T. Supervisory Certificate is highly desirable and must be completed within one year of appointment. The recruitment process may include any of the following: written examination, oral interview, physical agility examination, and/or Chief's interview prior to any conditional offer of employment. The successful candidate is required to complete a POST background check, physical examination and psychological examination, prior to assuming this position. A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered a position with the CSU. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for the position. The person holding this position is considered a 'mandated reporter' under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment. California State University, San Bernardino is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, medical condition, disability, marital status, or protected veteran status. This position may be "Designated" under California State University's Conflict of Interest Code. This would require the filing of a Statement of Economic Interest on an annual basis and the completion of training within 6 months of assuming office and every 2 years thereafter. Visit the Human Resources Conflict of Interest webpage link for additional information: position adheres to CSU policies against Sex Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, and Sexual Violence, including Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking. This requires completion of Sexual Violence Prevention Training within 6 months of assuming employment and on a two-year basis thereafter. (Executive Order 1096) APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT: http://www.csusb.edu5500 University Parkway San Bernardino, CA 92407 (909) 537-5138 Apply Here:

Security Systems Manager, Brown University

Security Systems Manager Brown University, Dept. of Public Safety Providence, Rhode Island The Security Systems Manager position manages C-Cure 9000, the Universitys extensive campus-wide electronic access control system. The Manager is responsible for ensuring appropriate and secure access to academic and administrative buildings and residence halls in order to protect University personnel and assets. The incumbent provides expert advice on installations for construction and renovation projects on campus. Additionally, s/he provides support for the Universitys CCTV system, arranging installations, maintenance, and repairs of cameras and HDVRs. Manage University-wide access control system. Evaluate, plan and recommend changes and upgrades to meet expanding needs and to take advantage of new/improved technologies. Contribute to installation decisions for all new construction and renovations on campus. Ensure adherence to best practices for access control systems. Provide support for the Universitys CCTV systems. Supervise Card Access Coordinator and Technical Services Assistant. These positions are responsible for entering lock/unlock schedules and clearances into C-Cures; adding alarms and entering mapping information into C-Cure; deactivating lost/stolen cards; performing daily image checks for CCTV, and supporting various technology projects as needed. Provide support for special technology projects as needed. This may occur when new technologies are implemented (for example, the recent implementation of License Plate Recognition technology), or when the Assistant Director is fully committed to other projects or out of the office for an extended period of time. Job Qualifications: Associates degree required; bachelors degree preferred, in project management of security, technology based-systems or a related field. Minimum three years progressively responsible experience providing security and access control, preferably using C-Cure, including responsibility for management of a system Minimum two years experience with CCTV systems Excellent customer service skills Excellent organizational and project management skills Excellent written and oral communication skills Strong problem solving skills Supervisory experience Ability to manage multiple tasks with shifting priorities Higher education experience preferred but not necessary To View More Details and To Apply, please use the following link to this position on Browns Career Site: Candidates please note: The application deadline for this position is March 1, 2016. Brown University is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive academic global community; as an EEO/AA employer, Brown considers applicants for employment without regard to, and does not discriminate on the basis of, gender, race, protected veteran status, disability, or any other legally protected status About Brown (Please visit our website and get to know us better at: Located in historic Providence, Rhode Island and founded in 1764, Brown is an independent, coeducational Ivy League institution comprising undergraduate and graduate programs, plus the Alpert Medical School, School of Public Health, School of Engineering, Executive Master of Healthcare Leadership and the IE Brown Executive MBA. With its talented and motivated student body and accomplished faculty, Brown is a leading research university that maintains a particular commitment to exceptional graduate and undergraduate instruction. Brown is being recognized by the Alliance for Work-Life Progress for success in work-life programs, policies and practices. To earn the Seal of Distinction, Brown had to meet criteria and be assessed in each of the seven categories listed for work-life effectiveness that defines a best-in-class work-life portfolio in today's workplace.

Title IX Investigator , University of North Carolina - Wilmington

This position will serve as the primary investigator for complaints alleging sex or gender-based discrimination, sexual misconduct, harassment, stalking or relationship violence involving a faculty member, staff member, student or third party. The Investigator will work closely with departments across campus to facilitate timely investigations. Primary responsibilities include: - Conduct inquiries and investigations in a timely and impartial manner - Gather evidence, conduct interviews, compile documentation and prepare reports related to investigations. Explain materials and findings, as needed, to hearing panels or others involved in the adjudication process. - Evaluate complainant/victim requests for reasonable accommodations. - Manage all communications and official notices to those involved in the investigation process - Stay abreast of applicable federal and state laws, regulations and guidance. - Assist in the development and implementation of training programs for faculty, staff and students. Bachelors degree from an accredited institution; minimum of 2 years demonstrated experience in complaint, incident and/or grievance investigation and resolution; demonstrated ability to handle complex situations, particularly situations with a high level of confidentiality; excellent communication skills with all levels of the university community; strong organizational and analytical skills with attention to detail; ability to handle a significant caseload and manage multiple deadlines; experience with building effective partnerships with diverse constituencies. Masters degree from an accredited institution; Title IX related training or certification through a nationally recognized organization; demonstrated knowledge of Title IX, Title VII, Clery Act and Violence Against Women Act; experience working on civil rights investigations of sex or gender-based discrimination, harassment or violence; experience working in a higher education setting; experience facilitating trainings for large and small groups, including students. The Division of Student Affairs consists of fourteen functional departments, each of which is responsible for providing a variety of student support, service, and educational programs which are accessible to all members of the university community. The staff members are dedicated individuals known for their passion and commitment to implementing programs and services that affect student development over the course of a lifetime. Student Affairs provides excellent delivery of student services that are responsive to student needs and promotes the quality of life and education both inside and outside the classroom. We build institutional traditions and lifelong affiliations through creative programs, vibrant student organizations, and a living/learning environment built on core values and uncompromising principles. The Division is a leader and primary spokesperson for students. The University of North Carolina Wilmington, the states coastal university, is dedicated to learning through the integration of teaching and mentoring with research and service. A public institution with over 14,000 students, the university is known for its superb faculty and staff and powerful academic experience. With an array of high-quality programs at the baccalaureate and masters levels, and doctoral programs in marine biology and educational leadership, UNCW is consistently recognized at a national level for academic excellence and affordability by publications like U.S. News & World Report, Kiplingers Personal Finance and The Business Journals. UNCW also recently earned the 2015 Community Engagement Classification from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, bestowed to higher education institutions dedicated to community involvement. UNC Wilmington actively fosters a diverse and inclusive working and learning environment and is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified men and women from all racial, ethnic or other minority groups, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. 12 Months , Permanent, Priority consideration will be given to applications received by the Priority Date; however, applications will be accepted until the position is filled. APPLY AT: Must apply at

Training Specialist , Villanova University Department of Public Safety

The Training Specialist is a non-sworn position responsible for all personnel training in the Department of Public Safety, to include sworn and non-sworn personnel. The Training Specialist personally trains newly hired personnel, oversees the Field Officer Training (FTO) program, and coordinates and delivers in-service training. The Training Specialist also oversees out service training and in responsible for planning and coordinating future training needs. The Training Specialist is responsible for monitoring training certifications for all employees to ensure that employees remain current. The Training Specialist is responsible for maintaining accurate records of all departmental training, and coordinates activities with the Manager for Compliance and Employment to ensure that training is in compliance with IACLEA standards, as well as with the Office of Human Resources to coordinate the delivery of training offered to the broader University community. Villanova is a Catholic university sponsored by the Augustinian order. Diversity and inclusion have been and will continue to be an integral component of Villanova Universitys mission. The University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and seeks candidates who understand, respect and can contribute to the Universitys mission and values. To apply, visit

Vice President of Campus Services , Block by Block

Block by Block is seeking a Vice President of Campus Services to grow our portfolio of Ambassador Programs for higher education institutions, while at the same time providing daily oversight to our portfolio of existing campus customers. Our Ambassador programs are a relatively new concept to university campuses. Ambassador Programs are focused on being highly engaging and designed to be a strong solution for improving the perceptions of campus and off-campus areas without the expense of hiring sworn law enforcement, or contracting to traditional private security firms, who are far less specialized and engaging. In this role the selected candidate will have a tremendous number of interactions with potential customers, along with our existing customer base while overseeing current operations. Specific job duties include: Continually identifying and connecting with new institutions to introduce and outline the benefits of Ambassador programs, both in person and virtually Interact with a wide variety of constituents at the campus level, all of which have a vested interest in the safety and environment of the campus, to include student affairs, campus law enforcement and other departments Work with our internal marketing team to develop new, impactful messaging campaigns Provide oversight and on-site quality assurance to our existing programs to ensure we are not only meeting, but exceeding, customer expectations for the delivery and monitoring of our services. Maintaining budgets related to campus service operations This position can work virtually and does not require relocation This position requires up to approximately 70% travel Now for the good stuff: Base pay of $75,000+ to start Significant bonuses for growth of the division Health and Dental (with a significant portion paid by us!) Life insurance Paid vacation 401K We believe this is a great position for those with experience in the daily operations or administration of higher education institutions or those with experience selling services directly to institutions. Please submit your confidential resume to (When replying please be sure to include VP of Campus Services in the Subject Line!) Based in Louisville, Kentucky Block by Block is the nations leading provider of safety and cleaning services to downtown improvement districts, which are organizations created and funded by property owners to improve conditions and drive interest in downtowns. Our friendly Ambassadors do whatever it takes to improve conditions, which includes: Cleaning Ambassadors - who remove litter, weeds, graffiti, provide landscaping or any type of project that improve the appearance of the public right of way in which we serve Safety Ambassadors - are highly visible, engage the public in a friendly way, work to deter unwanted activity, provide a reassuring presence and serve as extra ears to merchants and local police Hospitality Ambassadors  who work to continually engage the public to provide a friendly greeting, directions or recommendations to improve the overall experience of the public Over the last few years weve seen an increased interest in providing these same types of services to campus areas. Weve organically developed a small base of campus customers and are looking to expand our reach in this vertical market, which is very similar to our core business serving urban areas. For more information on our organization please visit