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Chief of Police, University of West Georgia

Nature of Work
Just west of Atlanta, The University of West Georgia is a vibrant, 24 hour campus with over 13,300 students. The main campus is located in Carrollton Georgia with a second campus located twenty five miles southeast in Newnan Georgia. UWG is a diverse academic community and is committed to providing a safe environment for those who work and study here as well as those who visit our campus. The University Police Department supports this mission by playing a critical role in the safety and protection of all constituents and serving as a campus partner to other units that address the needs of the University community.

UWG is looking for an individual that is focused on student success through a community oriented policing philosophy; leads through a strong example of integrity, inclusion and transparency; and possesses a high level of knowledge of higher education law enforcement policies, practices and accreditation standards.

The Chief of Police for UWG reports to the Senior Vice President for Business and Finance. As the senior law enforcement officer for the university the chief is responsible for the overall leadership, strategic planning and management of a nationally accredited university police department (CALEA). The chief of police directs a department of 42 staff members including 30 certified police officers. There are five divisions including Patrol, Criminal Investigations, Technology, Professional Standards and Administration. The UWG Chief of Police is also responsible for the development, implementation, currency, and dissemination of the university’s emergency operations plans; and the coordination of such plans with the local and state emergency service units.

Responsibilities also include the development of processes which continually assess campus safety needs and the effectiveness of police department programs and services; full compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act; and collaboration with the senior law enforcement officer of the University System of Georgia.

Required Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in law enforcement or a related field. At least 15 years of law enforcement experience with 5 years or more in a college or university setting in a supervisory capacity at the command level (lieutenant or above) in a police department with at least 20 officers. A working knowledge of NIMS and ICS and experience in developing emergency operations plans and Incident Action Plans. Experience building cooperative working relationships with a wide range of constituencies; excellent organizational, interpersonal, written and oral communication skills, and a commitment to diversity. Significant experience managing a department financial management system, budgeting, financials, accounting and reporting. Must be eligible for certification by the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council, or be able to attain this certification within one year of employment.

Preferred Qualifications:

Applicant will have a master’s degree from an accredited college or university in a field related to the position.

Physical Requirements/Working Conditions:
Applicant must be in good physical health, possess 20/20 vision or vision correctable to 20/20, ability to hear and speak clearly, walk, run, jump and lift 40 pounds. Ability to use a firearm safely and accurately is crucial. A professional appearance of applicant is required.

Salary- Commensurate with abilities and experience

Chief of Police & Director of Parking and Transportation, University of Wisconsin-Stout

The University of Wisconsin-Stout is accepting applications for the Chief of Police / Director of Parking and Transportation. The anticipated start date is January 9, 2017. This position is responsible for providing vision, leadership, and management of a 24/7/365 department that complements and supports the mission of the university and works closely with law enforcement agencies in Menomonie, Dunn County, and the State of Wisconsin.

For a complete vacancy announcement and to apply online, visit: (Job ID: 12374). Applicants must submit Cover letter SPECIFICALLY ADDRESSING how you meet the minimum and preferred qualifications, résumé, names and contact information for a minimum of three (3) professional references, and unofficial copies of transcripts (official transcripts required at time of hire).

Screening of complete applications will begin 10/24/2016. To ensure consideration submit a complete application online by 11:59 p.m. 10/23/2016.

Applications may be reviewed until position is filled. UW-Stout is an EEO/AA employer. Employment is contingent upon passing a criminal background check.

For questions, contact Andrew Cleveland at 715-232-2692 or

Clery Act Compliance Coordinator, Claremont University Consortium

The Claremont Colleges are an American consortium of five undergraduate and two graduate schools of higher education located in Claremont, California. The Claremont College campuses are adjoining and within walking distance of one another. Put together, the campuses cover roughly one square mile. Known colloquially to students as the 7Csor the 5Cs when referring only to the undergraduate institutionsthe Claremont Colleges were founded in 1925. The purpose of the consortium is to provide the specialization, flexibility and personal attention commonly found in a small college with the resources of a large university. With more than 6,300 students, about 700 faculty, and approximately 1,600 staff and support, the colleges offer more than 2,000 courses to students. The Claremont Colleges are a unique consortium that the Fiske Guide called "a collection of intellectual resources unmatched in America."

The Clery Act Compliance Coordinator (CACC) reports to the Director of Campus Safety of the Consortium, and in consultation with The Claremont Colleges, develops plans, organizes, and directs the delivery of Clery Act compliance coordination to the colleges. The CACC oversees the daily, ongoing and annual duties related to the Clery Act, including but not limited to, coordinating training, compiling and gathering crime statistic data and assisting with disseminating warnings and notices to the TCC community.

  • The Coordinator is expected to maintain positive relationships with faculty, staff, students, and local law enforcement agencies.
  • The Coordinator has overall responsibility for the development and maintenance of Clery Act compliances processes as well as retaining all associated records of those activities.
  • The Coordinator will be required to work with various key stakeholders at each of the TCC’s to assist with developing compliant procedures for the respective colleges.
  • The Coordinator will assist each college with preparing their Annual Security and Fire Safety Reports, including compiling the crime statistic data and submitting the required information to the Department of Education according to the annual deadline.
  • The position will serve as the Chair for the TCC Clery committee. 

The following qualifications must be met in order to meet the requirements:

  • Minimum education requirement is: Bachelor’s Degree or relevant work experience
  • Minimum years of relevant work experience is: Two-three years’ experience in a residential college or university setting and experience in police/campus safety records management
  • Other requirements are: Demonstrated experience with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act) as amended by VAWA.


" A minimum of three years of Clery Act and/or Title IX compliance experience, including experience with drafting Annual Security and Fire Safety Report and in classifying Clery crime and disciplinary referral cases preferred.

Experience with compliance with the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act is a plus.

Salary: Salary is negotiable and commensurate with previous experience.

Go to D. Stafford and Associates website at and click on the Candidate Application/Interest Portal. Use the signup code 4f3c2b22 to apply.

CUC is an equal opportunity employer. CUC managers make employment decisions on the basis of merit, without regard to race, color, creed, gender, religion, marital status, registered domestic partner status, age, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition (including genetic characteristics), sexual orientation, pregnancy and childbirth, breastfeeding and related medical conditions, military or veteran status, and status with regard to public assistance, or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local laws.

Davidson College Police Officer, Davidson College

Davidson College Campus Police Officer Basic Function-Effective problem solver, collaborator and communicator who is comfortable working with youth in a college setting. Must have demonstrated ability to work with diverse populations. Understanding of effective policing techniques, including community policing and problem oriented policing in a higher education environment preferred.

Performs all essential job functions of a North Carolina Law Enforcement Officer including: affecting arrests; preparing investigative and accident reports; exercise independent judgment in search and seizure and arrest situations; operate a police vehicle in all conditions; communicate effectively utilizing the police radio systems; conduct criminal investigations; pursue fleeing suspects; perform rescue operations; utilize various firearms and other use of force tools; maintain certification by passing annual state mandated firearms qualification; conduct foot patrols; conduct surveillance operations; effectively communicate with people in all situations; maintain control when confronted with verbal abuse; administer medical assistance based on level of training; and transport and process detainees.

Essential Functions-All functions as noted above.

Additional Duties-May be required to work overtime for athletic events, Greek events, move-in/move out, commencement, or other events as needed.

Required Qualifications:

Ideal candidate will have 3-5 years of experience. Ideal candidate will have higher ed policing experience. Must be able to work 12 hour shifts from 6pm-6am. Some overtime required.

Must be of good moral and ethical character as evidenced through initial application and findings of a comprehensive pre-employment background investigation. Previous convictions concerning offenses of moral turpitude, i.e. lying, cheating or stealing or an offense involving domestic assault or DWI may disqualify applicant from process.

Must possess certification as a Law Enforcement Officer in accordance with the provisions of the North Carolina Criminal Justice Training and Standards Commission (NC BLET certification).

Minimum age 21. High school diploma or equivalency. A medical examination, psychological evaluation, and drug screen is required of all final applicants following conditional offer of employment. Polygraph required of recent graduates of BLET who have not previously been employed as a police officer in NC.

Preferred Qualifications-Demonstrated competencies associated with the following duties: effective performance of general patrol duties(emergency response, medical, traffic, and service); the ability to perform effective investigations; an understanding of crime prevention and community policing in a college environment; the ability to effectively use and maintain law enforcement equipment; and the ability to effectively communicate using a radio.

Salary Range-Commensurate with education and experience.

Job open until filled.

To apply follow Davidson College Human Resources link-

Director of Campus Safety, Grinnell College

Founded in 1846, Grinnell College is a private, coed, residential liberal arts and sciences college located in Grinnell, Iowa. The College’s 1,600 students come from nearly every state and more than 60 countries to receive bachelor of arts degrees in 26 major fields. The College’s mission is to provide students with a broad, deep, life-enhancing education that fosters professional success, personal growth, and social responsibility. The beautiful 120-acre campus is alive with student clubs, intercollegiate and intramural athletic teams, music, theater, and art, and hosts more than 500 free, on-campus events every year  ranging from guest lecturers, to concerts, plays, symposia, and all-campus social events. The College is adjacent to the thriving downtown of Grinnell (population 9,200) amid the rolling farmland of central Iowa.

Reporting to the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and serving as a leader within the Division of Student Affairs, the Director of Campus Safety is responsible for the comprehensive operations of the College’s Department of Campus Safety including overseeing staff, programs, facilities, compliance, emergency preparedness, and parking services. The Director serves on the Deans and Directors leadership team and will be actively engaged in the campus, working collaboratively with students and all other internal and external constituents to promote a safe and secure campus environment. In addition, the Director plans, organizes, directs, and evaluates all activities of the department, ensuring compliance with Clery, Title IX, all laws and local ordinances as well as adherence to College’s policies and procedures; develops, implements and monitors the effectiveness of campus safety policies and procedures; coordinates and reviews assignments and projects; hires, trains and supervises staff; and prepares and administers the departmental budget. The new Director will perform risk management functions and coordinate emergency and crisis response for the campus; serves as the liaison between the public services of the town of Grinnell and the county; plans and implements safety and security operations and programs and initiatives in support of the College’s mission and vision; and maintains awareness of best practices and national trends related to campus safety/security and legal issues impacting higher education. Overseeing a staff consisting of 12 non-sworn officers and two administrative staff, the Director will be instrumental in providing the leadership, vision, and foundation for the future success of the Office.

A bachelor’s degree is required with a minimum of five years of progressive management experience in campus safety. Additionally, candidates must be able to obtain an Iowa Security Certification within three months of employment and maintain a valid Iowa driver’s license. A demonstrated understanding of private undergraduate, liberal arts institutions and experience with student development on a college campus is preferred. Additional preferred qualifications include the completion of NIMS ISC  Levels 100  400, 700 courses; first aid, CPR, and AED certification; and completion of FEMA Professional Development Series Training or be a Certified Emergency Manager. The next Director will demonstrate a strong commitment to the mission, values, and vision of the Division of Student Affairs and be willing to actively participate in both departmental and division committees, projects, and professional development opportunities. The successful candidate will be knowledgeable about the federal, state, and local laws governing safety in higher education institutions, particularly as they relate to the college community; possess demonstrated experience with community policing; possess demonstrated ability to contribute to a culture of diversity and inclusion; maintain proper certifications and licenses required by the state of Iowa; and partner with local support and law enforcement agencies to promote the safety of the campus community. Further, the Director will have experience in crisis and risk management and overseeing the resolution of complex student issues.

Review of applications will begin September 28, 2016 and will continue until the position is filled. A resume with an accompanying cover letter may be submitted via the Spelman Johnson website at Nominations for this position may be emailed to Heather J. Larabee at Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson at 413-529-2895.

Spelman Johnson Grinnell College  Director of Campus Safety Heather J. Larabee, Search Associate
Visit the Grinnell College website at

Grinnell College is committed to establishing and maintaining a safe and nondiscriminatory educational environment for all College community members. It is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in matters of admission, employment, and housing, and in access to and participation in its education programs, services, and activities. The College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, national origin, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, veteran status, religion, disability, creed, or any other protected class.

Police Officer, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

Responsibilities Under the general supervision of a Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain and Chief, the Police Officer position on the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh campus serves 13,000 students, approximately 1400 employees, encompassing 58 buildings on more than 184 acres. Police Officers exercise full statutory arrest authority and are responsible for the enforcement of state laws, rules and regulations pertaining to the protection of life and property, and related protective services for the University community. The standard work hours encompass a 10 hour rotating shift assignment on one of the following shifts: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm, 6:00 pm to 4:00 am, and 10:00 pm to 8:00 am.

The Police Officer is a sworn law enforcement position (State of WI, LESB certified) responsible for providing a full range of law enforcement services: enforce laws, investigate complaints, investigate incidents which may have an impact on the University, maintain order, assist people, identify criminal activity, apprehend and arrest offenders, identify the source of problems in the community and work with the community to resolve issues.

Police Officers are expected to embrace community policing philosophies, engage and partner with the community, analyze data and problem solve for the purpose of crime prevention. Officers are also expected to have the ability to conduct complex investigations, take photographs, collect physical evidence, prepare complete written reports of all investigations and testify regarding those reports. Police officers must maintain a high level of proficiency in the use of police equipment, the understanding and application of defense and arrest tactics including the handling and use of firearms and be capable of using deadly force when appropriate based on the laws of the State of Wisconsin and Department police; work in cooperation with officers from other agencies and interact with persons from other University departments, mental health and social services agencies. Police officers may be required to participate in crowd control and dignitary protection details.

Officers may be selected to be serve as Field Training Officers, Evidence Technicians or Hall Liaison Officers, in which additional training may be provided; be assigned to Court Liaison, Crime Prevention, Community Presentations or Detective duties.
Police Officers must at all times support the department's mission, providing essential law enforcement functions, respecting the rights and dignity of all individuals, deal ethically with the public, valuing trustworthiness, respect responsibility, justice fairness, caring, civic virtue and citizenship; having character, pride and professionalism.


  • U.S. citizen
  • Driver license
  • Good driving record
  • Good physical condition
  • Eligibility for Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards Board Certification
  • High school diploma
  • 60 college credits
  • Ability to possess a firearm
  • No felony convictions
  • No domestic abuse convictions
  • Vision correctable to 20/20
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • React quickly and effectively to stressful situations
  • Able to work evenings, weekends and holidays
  • Clear and concise speech
  • Ability to handle several tasks simultaneously
  • Ability to perform essential functions of this positions
  • Ability to use all standard law enforcement equipment


  • Associate's degree or higher
  • Certification or eligibility for certification upon hire as a law enforcement officer by the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards Board

Starting Date July 1, 2016
Salary Competitive based on experience with a minimum of $20.588 per hour

Terms of Appointment Two positions available; Continuous appointment. 12 month probationary period; Final candidates must successfully pass a drug screen, psychological profile, medical examination and vision screening before an offer of employment can be made.
Application Deadline Review of files will begin June 7, 2016 and continue until position is filled.

How to Apply Submit a cover letter addressing educational and work experience and knowledge as they relate to the requirements and preferences for this position, resume, and contact information for three professional references to:
Nikki Schettle University Police - UW Oshkosh 800 Algoma Blvd Oshkosh, WI 54901

For more information regarding the position contact Donovan Heavener at or go to
Incomplete applications will not be accepted. The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is an Equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. UW Oshkosh considers candidates regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.

The University of Wisconsin System will not reveal the identities of applicants who request confidentiality in writing, except that the identity of the successful candidate will be released. See Wis. Stat. sec. 19.36(7). Employment will require a criminal background check. UW Oshkosh complies with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act with regard to nondiscrimination on the basis of arrest and/or conviction record.

For UW Oshkosh campus safety / security information, see University Police Annual Report, or call the Human Resources Office at 920/424-1166 for a paper copy

Police Officer (Law Enforcement Officer II) #0216PO, Old Dominion University

Police Officer (Law Enforcement Officer II) Old Dominion University  Norfolk, VA Position #0216PO

The Public Safety Department at Old Dominion University is seeking candidates for a Law Enforcement Officer II position.

Objective: This position will patrol the concurrent jurisdiction to prevent, detect, and investigate criminal acts. Other duties include enforcing Federal and State law, local ordinances, and University regulations; protecting the lives and property of its citizens; providing needed general services to the University community.

Required Qualifications:

  • Customer service or some experience performing services for the public.
  • Some knowledge of laws, legal codes, court procedures, precedents, government regulations, and due process.
  • Basic knowledge of effective customer service and problem-resolution techniques when serving diverse customers.
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to interpret, explain and apply established policies, procedures, laws rules, and regulations.
  • Demonstrated ability to make decisions based on established criteria and an accurate assessment of the situation.
  • Demonstrated ability to make workflow decisions and initiate actions to meet established deadlines.
  • Demonstrated ability to complete required paperwork and reports with accuracy.
  • Ability to effectively use windows operating systems, Apple IOS, Microsoft Office Suite and similar products used to generate documents and facilitate communications.
  • Demonstrated ability to work both as a member of a team, as well as independently.
  • Ability to work with aggressive persons while maintaining a professional demeanor.
  • Demonstrated ability to provide services with superior customer service skills.
  • Ability to work shift work and also during inclement weather as essential personnel.
  • Valid driver’s license and insurable driving record.
  • High School Diploma or GED.
  • Must successfully complete a specified law enforcement training school and become certified by Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services within 1 year of the date of hire. This includes the passing of an extensive background investigation, physical ability testing, and psychological testing.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Several years of experience in law enforcement, preferably in campus policing.
  • Certification as a Police Officer as mandated by the Department of Criminal Justice Services.
  • Some experience performing public safety or security duties.
  • CPR and First Aid certification.
  • Formal education beyond the secondary level with a college degree preferred.

This position opens August 29, 2016. To review position requirements and submit an application, please visit and follow the on-line instructions. AA/EOE

Public Safety Dispatcher, University of California, Santa Cruz

University of California, Santa Cruz

Public Safety Dispatcher
University Police

JOB #: 1506034

Starting Salary Range: $24.55-$29.84/hourly. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.

UCSC strives to embrace diversity in all its forms; it strives to be an inclusive community that fosters an open, enlightened & productive environment.

This position is located in the Police Department. The Police Department is responsible for maintaining a public safety environment which supports the University's mission of education, research and public service, twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. Under the general supervision of the Records & Communications Manager, the incumbent staffs the Public Safety Dispatch Center, operating as a primary point of contact for life or property emergencies and general police, fire and Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS) transit services.

Qualifications include:

  • Knowledge of two-way radio operations.
  • Experience with transit and/or para-transit dispatch.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to work in a number of capacities with professionalism and sensitivity, and maintain effective, cooperative working relationships with diverse populations.
  • Ability to coordinate vehicles to ensure service/responsiveness.
  • Speed and accuracy in word processing.


View full job description and access on-line application:

To ensure review of application materials by the hiring unit they must be submitted electronically via the Staff Employment Opportunities web site ( ) on or before the initial review date. Computers are available at the UCSC Staff Human Resources office located at 1201 Shaffer Road, Santa Cruz. For further information or to request disability accommodation call 831-459-2009. Hearing impaired are encouraged to use the California Relay Service 800-735-2922. The University of California, Santa Cruz is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Security Operations Manager, Princeton University Department of Public Safety

*** To apply go to:
Be sure to fill out the application and upload a cover letter and resume for full consideration.

Under the supervision of the Associate Director of Support Services, Department of Public Safety (DPS) the Security Operations Manager (SOM) provides administrative and management oversight in planning, coordinating, and managing the security operations of the Princeton University Art Museum (PUAM) and Firestone Library (FL) facilities including the offsite Art Storage Facility (OASF) and providing patrol of the Satellite Brank Libraries (SBL). The SOM oversees and is accountable for all aspects of PUAM and FL security 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Working closely with the Director of the Art Museum and their designee and the University Librarian and their designee, this position has oversight of the training, directing, supervising and scheduling of appropriate staff to secure PUAM and FL and their world-class art and book collections as well as to assure the safety and comfort of visitors during open hours and at special events.

This position provides strategic guidance and ensures the work assignments and training of all security staff in these two areas are monitored, including planning and implementation of an ongoing program of cultural property protection, customer service and cross-training to provide for qualified location-specific staffing for PUAM and FL. The SOM takes a lead role in serving PUAM and FL visitors and making them feel safe and welcome, assuring that customer service values inform and guide the work of all PUAM and FL security staff. The SOM prepares staffing plans and establishes priorities in order to meet location specific goals, with the most appropriate utilization of personnel and equipment that is both effective and fiscally responsible, while following best practices. The SOM is responsible for working with the DPS Budget Manager to generate, implement, monitor, and reconcile the annual operating budget for PUAM and FL security, and to request needed funds for staffing and equipment. The SOM also collaborates with the DPS Administrative Lieutenant to actively plan for and address ongoing training needs and staff development, securing funding as needed.

In this role, the SOM oversees general administration and planning for all PUAM and FL security staff including, but not limited to overseeing hiring, performance management, scheduling and payroll. The SOM collaborates closely with DPS colleagues to assure the continuing smooth integration of the administration of PUAM and FL security within the larger University security environment while honoring the specific needs and specific cultures and frameworks of the PUAM and FL.

The SOM assists the DPS Executive Director and their designee with assessing the physical security of PUAM and FL during renovation projects or special installations including liaising with administration, curators, contractors, and safety consultants to ensure the security and fire code compliance to industry standards and legal requirements.

The SOM routinely meets (at least once a month) with the DPS Associate Director of Support Services, the PUAM Director and University Librarian or their designees to ensure clear communication and alignment on practices, security objectives and customer service issues.

Sergeant, Georgetown University Law Center

Patrol Sergeant - Public Safety

The Patrol Sergeant is a visible Public Safety representative, committed to the preservations of life, health, and property at Georgetown University Law Center. He or she serves as a Watch Commander during tour of duty, working with 4 other Patrol Sergeants on the Campus and is a frontline supervisor for up to 6 officers, 1 communication officer, 2 access controllers, and student guards, as well as contract security guards/shuttle drivers in up to 6 locations on Campus during tour of duty. Reporting to the Director of Public Safety, the Patrol Sergeant has duties that include but are not limited to:


  • Directs all police, traffic, and security matters during tour of duty.
  • Ensures investigations of all complaints, crimes, accidents, and incidents occurring, reported, or observed on tour of duty in accordance with established policies and procedures;
  • ensures proper and comprehensive reports and prepared; and inspects same for complete and required information.
  • Cautions and apprehends persons behaving contrary to University rules and relevant laws, and directs personnel and vehicle access control systems.


  • Ensures compliance with all departmental operations, procedures, and written and verbal directives.
  • Ensures officers, security guards, contract guards, student guards, and other staff on tour of duty are knowledgeable of all current and pertinent orders.
  • Schedules on-the-job training requirements and functions with the Director or designee.
  • Schedules work assignments, vacations, days-off, training, and other related activities for staff on the tour of duty, subject to approval of superior.
  • Implements effective management practices to achieve maximum efficiency.
  • Directs police headquarters activity and ensures proper initiation of reports, records and forms completed during tour of duty.
  • Participates in decisions on matters of employee welfare, recruitment, hiring, evaluation, performance management, personnel assignments, training, promotion, discipline, and equipment needs.
  • Protects, maintains, and accounts for all communications equipment, vehicles, and other equipment utilized by personnel on the tour of duty.
  • Continuously inspects staff under his or her direction during tour of duty to ensure compliance with orders and procedures.

Incident Management

  • Serves as initial Incident Commander on-scene during incidents and emergencies until relieved by superior; and authorizes and sends emergency notifications to the University Community during critical events, in the absence of an on-scene superior.
  • Maintains liaison with MPD, DCFC, other police agencies, and other public safety and first responder agencies.
  • Implements and directs emergency operations plans when authorized and appropriate and coordinates emergency response and management with responding administrators, official and agencies.
  • Authorizes and sends emergency notifications to the University Community during critical events, in the absence of an on-scene superior.

Community Relations

  • Maintains interrelationship with Law students, faculty, staff, visitors, dignitaries, and neighboring community members to provide assistance and information.
  • Presents lectures, training, orientation and advice on crime prevention methods, police-related matters, and University Safety to members of the Department of Public Safety, students, faculty, and staff.
  • Conducts security surveys of University buildings and property in order to ascertain if any security flaws exist and makes appropriate recommendations to alleviate same.


  • High School diploma or certified equivalency
  • At least 5 years of law enforcement experience related to public safety, including supervisory experience (an equivalent combination of experience and the training described below will be considered)
  • Successful completion of training, to the Consortium of Universities Law Enforcement Academy, usually during the probation period or equivalent training and certification from a civilian or military law enforcement academy
  • Eligibility to obtain, and to maintain, a Special Police Officer Commission by the District of Columbia’s Metropolitan Police Department
  • Possess and maintain a valid driver’s license with no violations in the last 3 years, and ability to quality for Georgetown University’s driver’s certification
  • Ability complete all required departmental trainings, to include certification in Arrest Control Tactics, Baton, and OC-based Aerosol Subject Restraint
  • Ability to pass a drug screening test, physical examination by a medical doctor to University specifications, and a psychological evaluation
  • Previous experience in and responsibility for critical incident response and notification procedures, as well as experience and/or training in situations involving sexual assault and discrimination
  • Knowledge of criminal and civil law and of police practices and procedures
  • Competency in computer programs such as word processing and database
  • Ability to supervise, evaluate, manage, and motivate subordinate staff
  • Possession of tact, a courteous demeanor, and a respect the use of police powers in relation to a University environment
  • Strong communications skills  verbal, written, and interpersonal
  • Availability and willingness to work extended, odd, or off hours to achieve the expectations of the Department  to include rotating tours of duty (day shifts, evening shifts, overnight shifts) with fluctuating days off Apply on line at:

EEO Statement Georgetown University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer fully dedicated to achieving a diverse faculty and staff. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, national origin, marital status, protected veteran status, disability or other categories protected by law.

Training Consultant-Public Safety (Req #13854), University of Cincinnati

The University of Cincinnati embraces diversity and inclusion as core values that empower individuals to transform their lives and achieve their highest potential. By using talents of people from different backgrounds, experiences and perspectives, this vibrant, urban research university demonstrates its commitment to creating a community that values the contributions of all its members.

The Department of Public Safety is looking for a Training Consultant. This position will report to the training program Lieutenant and support the University’s mission and commitment to excellence and diversity in our students, faculty, staff and all other activities.


Under the general supervision from designated administrator, perform a variety of professional and administrative management support duties involving assessing, coordinating, developing, researching, and special projects for the Department of Public Safety training program unit.


  • Consult with administration and staff to assess training needs, solicit program support, and identify program objectives
  • Schedule employee training including securing registrations and all necessary accommodations
  • Design and develop training programs and workshops
  • Evaluate and modify training programs to meet program objectives
  • Coordinate work group training and development programs
  • Deliver or assist others in the delivery of training and development programs
  • Promote training and development programs and activities
  • Prepare related reports and documentation
  • Maintain departmental training calendars
  • Perform related duties based on departmental need


Bachelor’s degree with three (3) years’ experience; -OR- Associate’s degree with five (5) years’ experience; -OR- seven (7) years’ experience. Degree and experience must be in a related field.


At least one (1) year of experience in employee development Experience with Microsoft software applications
The University of Cincinnati, as a multi-national and culturally diverse university, is committed to providing an inclusive, equitable and diverse place of learning and employment. As part of a complete job application you will be asked to include a Contribution to Diversity and Inclusion statement.

The University of Cincinnati is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer / M / F / Veteran / Disabled.

Apply for Position at:

Training Lieutenant, OHSU Dept. of Public Safety


Job Opening: Training Lieutenant
Salary Range: $77,287-$115,929/yr.
Location: Marquam Hill Campus in Portland, Oregon

Position Summary:
Oregon Health and Science University is seeking a Training Lieutenant to be responsible for researching, developing, scheduling and presenting the Departments mandated training and ensuring compliance with training standards for all department members. Reporting to the Director of Public Safety, the Training Lieutenant coordinates the Departments entire training regimen, which utilizes best practices in mental health interactions, crisis intervention, de-escalation and communication. The Training Lieutenant must have excellent oral and written communication skills and be able to present effectively to all levels of the university and external audiences.

The Training Lieutenant is a commissioned position that will maintain membership in relevant professional associations dedicated to the advancement of safety and security and maintain firearms trainer certifications and active shooter intervention training. The Training Lieutenant may also be responsible for facility security, problem solving, emergency preparedness, threat assessment, representing the Director to the internal and external OHSU community, conducting relevant crime analysis, and producing reports. The Training Lieutenant will ensure the Department is responsive to the communitys needs and that operations are in line with the best practices in community policing standards.

Required: A Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience in public safety leadership and at least 3 years of law enforcement training/instructor experience, law enforcement investigation experience and leadership/supervisory experience in law enforcement or related fields; police officer certification, CPR and first aid certification, a valid driver's license and the ability to pass a criminal justice background check. Preferred: Current Armorer and instructor certifications.

To see additional responsibilities and other details, and to apply for this job, visit, select Search for Jobs and choose Public Safety category. OHSU is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution.

Closing Date: 10/19/16

OHSU Human Resources

UCSC Police Department Public Safety Dispatcher, University of California, Santa Cruz

University of California, Santa Cruz

UCSC Police Department Public Safety Dispatcher
University Police

JOB #: 1606538

Full Salary Range: $24.55-$34.83/hourly. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.

UCSC strives to embrace diversity in all its forms; it strives to be an inclusive community that fosters an open, enlightened & productive environment.

This position is located in the Police Department. The Police Department is responsible for maintaining a public safety environment which supports the University's mission of education, research and public service, twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. Under the general supervision of the Records & Communications Manager, the incumbent staffs the Public Safety Dispatch Center, operating as a primary point of contact for life or property emergencies and general police, fire and Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS) transit services.

Qualifications include:

  • Knowledge of two-way radio operations.
  • Experience with transit and/or para-transit dispatch.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to work in a number of capacities with professionalism and sensitivity, and maintain effective, cooperative working relationships with diverse populations.
  • Ability to coordinate vehicles to ensure service/responsiveness.
  • Speed and accuracy in word processing.
  • Experience using office computing systems including word processing, spreadsheets, database programs, and video display terminals.

Position is open until filled; Initial Review Date: 07-14-2016

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To ensure review of application materials by the hiring unit they must be submitted electronically via the Staff Employment Opportunities web site ( ) on or before the initial review date. Computers are available at the UCSC Staff Human Resources office located at 1201 Shaffer Road, Santa Cruz. For further information or to request disability accommodation call 831-459-2009. Hearing impaired are encouraged to use the California Relay Service 800-735-2922. The University of California, Santa Cruz is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Victim Advocate, University of Washington Police Department

The University of Washington (UW) is proud to be one of the nation’s premier educational and research institutions. Our people are the most important asset in our pursuit of achieving excellence in education, research, and community service. Our staff not only enjoy outstanding benefits and professional growth opportunities, but also an environment noted for diversity, community involvement, intellectual excitement, artistic pursuits, and natural beauty.

“At 3 o’clock in the morning, we are here for you.”

The University of Washington campus is a beautiful campus. It takes the commitment of our police force, security personnel and the involvement of the community to create a safe and secure environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors. The University of Washington Police Department (“UWPD”)is committed to involving the community in solving crime problems through community policing practices and keeping the community educated as to safe practices to protect individuals and their property. This also requires a commitment from the community in helping us by taking responsibility in reporting crimes, suspicious activities, and practicing good and practical crime prevention techniques.

As an agency of the university community, UWPD provides law enforcement to the largest college and stadium in Washington State. It also provides security to visiting dignitaries and during demonstrations. The Police Department serves a vital role in the safety, security, and success of the University of Washington. Its purpose is to serve and protect the students, staff, faculty and all people and property within the jurisdiction of that community.

Police officers and personnel are on duty 24 hours a day, every day of the year, and their services and facilities are available at all times. The University Police department has the exclusive responsibility to act upon law-enforcement matters and perform police functions for the main campus of the University of Washington, Seattle.

The UWPD supports the University's academic and research Mission by protecting the life and property of our citizens and visitors. Our Vision is that the University is a diverse and ever-changing community. This requires constant efforts by the Police Department to partner with and educate the community to deter, reduce and solve crimes, and to resolve issues through modern policing. This will be accomplished through:
a) strengthening our partnership with the community through community-oriented policing practices; b) achieving operational excellence through improving efficiency in operations and aligning services with resources; and c) pursuing innovation through the responsible use of current technology.
UWPD has an outstanding opportunity for a Victim Advocate to be responsible for assisting victims and their families in identifying the appropriate resources both on and off campus including information about the investigative process, counseling and health services, housing, court accompaniment, legal assistance; restitution and measures to help protect against re-victimization. The Victim Advocate will work closely with Student Life, the Violence Prevention and Response Program, the Title IX Office of the UW Compliance Services and other university departments to contribute to a coordinated community response to violence, threats of violence, harassment and other behaviors of concern. The position primarily provides advocacy for a victim’s right to self-determination, so working when there are opposing viewpoints is often necessary. The position serves as the on-campus resource for faculty and staff on the Seattle UW campus who have concerns about dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking, or other related behaviors of concern.

The Victim Advocate will be expected to evaluate and respond to the needs of (an) individual(s) despite a multitude of complex and unpredictable situations involving relationship violence in which the victims will often be in fear of serious bodily injury or even death. During these complex and unpredictable situations meeting the needs of a victim may include such things as transportation, safe housing, medical needs, academic needs, and safety planning.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Initial Contact with Victim and Dissemination of Information
" Make initial contact with victim; gather information regarding the case and analyze data to determine future risks and appropriate follow-up activities; " Respond regardless of whether or not a victim decides to file a report with UWPD or another law enforcement agency; " Ensure 24 hour availability of services for victims; " Connect requests for service with the correct resources and verify that appropriate follow-up occurs; " Keep victims apprised of the status and disposition of cases; refer individuals to other criminal justice agencies and public or private agencies to obtain supportive services; identify need for emergency intervention and notify proper authorities; " Support secondary victims; families, roommates and others that may be impacted by an individual’s victimization; " Coordinate the forwarding of cases with the assistance of the Criminal Investigations Bureau (CIB) Lieutenant for further investigation to appropriate UW department; * Explain the rights and options around University's Title IX investigation process.

Assistance Through the Legal Process
" Assist victims of violent crime and relationship violence both mentally and physically through the complex legal processes, such as: obtaining restraining orders, protection orders, and anti-harassment orders, in addition to coordinating possible medical exams; " Inform victims of their rights, court procedures, protection alternatives, case status and disposition, eligibility for crime victim programs, and community resources; " Physically take victims to court appearances and arrange meetings with police officers, detectives, prosecutors and other persons in the criminal justice system as needed; " Work collaboratively with the victim and the crime prevention unit to increase awareness, consider safety planning and increase the opportunity for a safe and secure environment; " Prepare written correspondence and reports as needed; " Serve as liaison between the victim (and/or victim’s family), law enforcement, prosecutors, King County Superior Court, King County District, and organizations providing emergency housing, counseling, and crime victim's compensation;

Logistical Services
" Escort victims to courtroom and help acclimatize them for their participation in the criminal justice system; provide support during testimony at all phases of the trial process; " Transport or assist in arranging transportation to services for victim and/or victim’s family members; " Assist with return of victim’s property by verifying with the appropriate court that a case has been adjudicated, then obtain authorization for release from the case detective and contact the evidence unit to work out the details regarding the transfer of property. " Monitor cases and provide follow-up assistance as necessary; " Maintain contact information with police agencies, courts, prosecutors and correctional facilities (jails) regarding the status of individuals; " Notify victims when advised an offender is released from custody;

Educating the Community and Staying Current on Changes in the Legal System and Advocacy Services
" Provide information to the University and surrounding community regarding the victim advocacy program; " Develop and update departmental policies and procedures regarding domestic violence, workplace violence, and victim's rights. Will assist in the development of University of Washington Administrative Policy Statements as necessary and testify as required at hearings in support of the policy changes; " Stay abreast of laws and issues affecting crime victims and disseminate information as appropriate; maintain constant communication and interaction with students, faculty staff and general public; those involved in the criminal justice system and others involved in victim services throughout the city, county, state and country for the purpose of information sharing and victim referral;

Tracking the Results of Incidents and Services Provided
" Document case activity such as information and referrals provided, case history information received, court dates and dispositions; " Maintain records of contacts to produce monthly, quarterly, and annual reports; " Maintain required confidentiality of case information and records; " Conduct on-going research of trends and best practices in violence prevention and intervention;

Perform other duties as assigned.
Competitive candidates will possess sound independent judgment while working with a wide variety of victims; with varying languages, cultures, assorted mental states, and all levels of society. Inherent to success in this position is excellent organizational and time management skills.


" Bachelor's degree (Master's preferred) in social services, human services, criminal justice or related field " Two years’ experience working with relationship violence victims in an advocacy field, and work within the legal system. " Demonstrated ability to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of violence prevention and intervention, including sexual assault/relationship violence issues and strong theoretical and practical understanding of interpersonal violence. " Knowledge of Crime Victim Compensation laws. " Strong written, verbal and interpersonal communications skills to include comfort with public speaking. " Basic computer skills.

Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration. TO VIEW THE POSTING IN ITS ENTIRETY AND TO APPLY: -please visit -click FIND A JOB -enter Req #137743 in the search box

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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