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Assistant Director, Department of Safety and Protection, Immaculata University

The Assistant Director of Safety and Protection reports directly to the Director of Campus Safety and Protection. In addition to serving as a day shift supervisor, the Assistant Director is responsible for the supervision of One Card operations and parking. Additional duties include oversight of the CCTV, fire safety, and access control systems.

Applicants should possess a bachelor's degree and experience in law enforcement/security, preferably in a higher education setting. In addition to excellent communication, organizational and planning skills, candidates should be knowledgeable in the software and hardware necessary to support electronic access and understand student and employee information systems.

Immaculata University is a Catholic, comprehensive, coeducational institution of higher education located in Chester County, Pennsylvania, twenty miles west of Philadelphia.

Resumes should be submitted by email to . Indicate that the resume is for the Assistant Director, Department of Safety and Protection position.

Captain of UHM Department of Public Safety , University of Hawaii Manoa

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assists in directing the administrative and operational activities of the University of Hawai┬╗i at Mnoa (UHM) Department of Public Safety, including public safety, security and emergency management activities and programs.
  • Assists in the planning and management of safety and security activities of the UHM Department of Public Safety.
  • Ensures efficient/effective routine daily operation of the department.
  • Ensures department personnel compliance with University policy and procedure, along with department general orders and standard operating procedures.
  • Assists in the development of multi-year goals, objectives and strategic plans.
  • Assists in the development and administration of department programs, policies and procedures.
  • Monitors departmental operating budgets and approves the expenditure of funds.
  • Manages the recruitment, selection, training, evaluation and discipline of department staff.
  • Manages the development and conduct of training activities and programs for the department.
  • Represent the University to local, state and federal law enforcement, fire or safety and security agencies as assigned by the Chief.
  • Routinely interacts with and provides assistance to members of the campus community, visitors and first responders, i.e.: fire, medical and other police personnel.
  • Provides public awareness and community education presentations.
  • Develops and implements loss prevention programs, and coordinates building inspections to assure compliance with public safety and security best practices.
  • Plans and manages crime prevention and incident investigation activities, including the scheduling and assignment of security officers.
  • Assists in the management, development, implementation and application of campus-wide computerized safety and security systems.
  • Coordinates the analysis of statistical data regarding crime patterns, staffing and departmental activities.
  • Coordinates campus-wide emergency response systems and communicates vital information, including emergency messages as required.
  • Coordinates the storage and disposition of campus-wide lost and found property and department property and evidence storage.
  • Prepares detailed analyses and reports for management review.
  • Ensures compliance with the Campus Safety (Jeanne Clery) Act, Title IX, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and other regulatory requirements.
  • Serves as acting Chief of UHM Department of Public safety as delegated during absences of the Chief.
  • Other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications

  • Possession of a baccalaureate degree in Criminology, Sociology, Public Administration or related field and 3 year(s) of progressively responsible professional experience with responsibilities for the principles and practices of safety and security methods, techniques, and procedures; or equivalent education/training or experience.
  • Considerable working knowledge of principles, practices and techniques in the area of safety, security, law enforcement, or related field as demonstrated by the broad knowledge of the full range of pertinent standard and evolving concepts, principles and methodologies.
  • Considerable working knowledge and understanding of applicable federal and state laws, rules, regulations and theories and systems associated with principles and practices of security methods, techniques, and procedures.
  • Demonstrated ability to resolve wide ranging complex problems through the use of creative reasoning and logic to accurately determine the cause of the problems and the resolution of the problems in an effective, innovative and timely manner.
  • Demonstrated ability to interpret and present information and ideas clearly and accurately in writing, verbally and by preparation of reports and other materials.
  • Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external organizations, groups, team leaders and members, and individuals.
  • Demonstrated ability to operate a personal computer and apply word processing software.
  • For supervisory work, demonstrated ability to lead subordinates, manage work priorities and projects, and manage employee relations.
  • Any equivalent combination of education and/or professional work experience which provides the required education, knowledge, skills and abilities as indicated.
  • Professional experience in campus security, law enforcement, or other institutional safety and security.
  • Three (3) years of administrative and supervisory experience.
  • Ability to interpret and apply laws, rules and regulations to a variety of work situations; communicate effectively and work with a wide variety of people, including the University community, general public, and supervision of staff.
  • Ability to travel for purposes of attending meetings, training and other activities.
  • Ability to work beyond normal hours, including evenings, weekends, and holidays.
  • Knowledge of the principles and practices of security methods, techniques, and procedures; of laws of seizures, arrests and evidence; and of equipment.

To Apply:

Submit cover letter indicating how you satisfy the minimum and desirable qualifications, UH Form 64B (enter credentials including education, experience, etc.), names of 3 professional references and official transcripts to the address below (copies of official transcripts are accepted but official transcripts required upon hire). Application materials should be emailed as MS Word or PDF file attachments to Please be sure to include the position title and number in the subject line. Please redact references to social security numbers and birth date on transcript copies.


Campus Services Human Resources Office; 808-956-7455;

Certified Police Officer (#0115CO), Old Dominion University

Certified Police Officer (#0115CO) The University Police Department at Old Dominion University is seeking certified candidates for Law Enforcement Officer II positions. Certification as a Police Officer as mandated by the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) is required to apply. 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 December 18, 2015. To review position requirements and submit an application, please visit and follow the on-line instructions. AA/EOE

Clery Compliance Coordinator, George Washington University

Clery Compliance Coordinator The Clery Compliance Coordinator serves as the institutions official, responsible for ensuring and monitoring the institutions compliance with all laws and regulations under the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. The Clery Compliance Coordinator will collect and capture data, and submit required compliance information to the Federal government, the Department of Education, and any other required agencies. This position will collaborate with key institutional stakeholders to manage institutional compliance activities, to include developing and implementing policies, standards and procedures to ensure university-wide compliance. Essential duties include facilitating training programs to support compliance, capturing crime statistic data, identifying and maintaining Campus Security Authorities, and preparing and publishing the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report. This position is located within The George Washington University Police Department, and reports to the Commander of Administration. Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelors degree in an appropriate area of specialization and four years of appropriate experience. Degree requirements may be substituted with an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. To apply, please visit The university is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer that does not unlawfully discriminate in any of its programs or activities on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or on any other basis prohibited by applicable law.

Compliance/Safety Officer IV , Old Dominion University

Objective: Under limited supervision, this position is responsible for managing and coordinating activities to ensure compliance with the regulatory standards set forth in the Jeanne Clery Act. The compliance coordinator is responsible for developing, analyzing, administering, and coordinating Clery Act reporting as mandated by the Department of Education. This position will facilitate with departments across the University as well as relevant local, country or state police agencies, the formulation, training, and reporting of Clery Act specific information. This position will monitor and ensure compliance with all Clery Act related mandates across the University, will update the Crime Log, maintain accurate crime statistics, develop presentations, conduct training, assists University departments with drafting policy statements as needed, draft the Annual Security Report, and Chairs the Clery Compliance Committee. This position will also ensure the Police Department is compliance with mandates issued by The Department of Higher Ed. This position is responsible to collect and file UCR/IBR data, and conduct crime analysis functions as needed to include statistical analysis, crime mapping, staffing and resource allocation recommendations, etc.

This position is designated as "essential personnel" for emergency closings.

  • Considerable knowledge of laws and regulations associated with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.
  • Considerable professional experience in data collection and statistical analysis, interpretation, governmental report preparation, and establishing and implementing projects/program management.
  • Considerable experience working with sensitive and confidential information with the utmost discretion/tact.
  • Considerable experience communicating on behalf of an agency.
  • Basic experience with mandatory Clery reporting, as well as basic experience with data analysis software, such as SPSS or Excel. Considerable experience with presentation software, such as PowerPoint.
  • Basic knowledge of applicable laws and regulations regarding student and employee policies and records.
  • Working knowledge of statistical software, geographical information, law enforcement records management systems.
  • Excellent written and oral communications skills with strong interpersonal skills.
  • Strong organizational and time management skills.
  • Excellent computer skills to include proficiency with Microsoft Office suite or related software. Excellent presentation skills.
  • Strong problem solving skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to initiate, manage projects, and take to completion.
  • Demonstrated ability to manipulate various forms of data to prepare a wide variety of reports and recommendations.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks and competing priorities.
  • Demonstrated strong ability to pay close attention to detail to include strong proofreading skills.
  • Ability to develop and make effective presentations to diverse populations.
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively within a diverse community.
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision on a continual basis.
  • Valid driver's license, insurable driving record.
  • Requires a comprehensive background investigation to include a local, state and federal criminal history check which will include fingerprinting.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master's degree in one of the following areas: Criminal Justice, Emergency Management, Business/Public Administration, Psychology, Human Resources, Communications, Mathematics or other related discipline or an equivalent combination of experience, education, and/or training.
  • Experience with compliance management and/or grant management (e.g. developing proposals, preparing reports and budgets).
  • Prior experience drafting an Annual Security and Fire Safety Report and in classifying Clery crime and disciplinary referral cases.
  • Experience writing policy.
  • Knowledge of HEOA, HEA, Title IX, Drug Free Schools and Safe Campuses regulations, Sexual Assault Victims Bill of Rights, Violence Against Women Act, FERPA, and other related federal/state mandates and laws.
  • Experience in a larger (20,000+population) higher education environment.

This position opens November 9, 2015. To review position requirements and submit an application, please visit and follow the on-line instructions. AA/EOE

Director of Public Safety/Chief of Police, Valdosta State University

Valdosta State University is seeking to hire a Director of Public Safety/Chief of Police who possesses a forward thinking philosophy which can perceive areas of improvement or opportunities for change when it is appropriate, and knows how to effectively implement those changes with the required sensitivity, integrity, and high standards of professional conduct. Recently, the department has undergone reorganization and VSU is desirous of hiring a Director who has the vision and leadership abilities to lead the progressive department. Occupational Summary Director of Public Safety/Chief of Police serves as a primary resource and advisor to the University on matters related to campus safety and security and is responsible for the comprehensive operations of the Universitys Public Safety Department. Leads and directs all functions of the University Police Department, Emergency Management, and Environmental and Occupational Safety with the goal of accomplishing the mission of the University and to provide protection of life and property of the University Community. Work Performed Plans, organizes, directs and evaluates all activities of the Public Safety enterprise, ensuring compliance with all laws and local ordinances as well as adherence to University policies and procedures; remains abreast of safety/security and legal issues impacting higher education, and develops systems, tools, programs and procedures to meet changing physical, legal and personnel conditions at the University. Responsible for the Universitys compliance with the Clery Act. Provides administrative and operational guidance and professional leadership, organization and oversight for a 24-hour/365 days a year department of armed staff, to include dispatch function and dispatch staff emergency management and the environmental and occupational safety unit. Develops, monitors, and manages the operating budget for the department. Safeguards the lives and property of students, faculty, staff, visitors, service providers and University property. Directs and participates as needed with criminal investigations, crime prevention, community relations, special events, and security functions. Is responsible for leading the Universitys emergency planning (business continuity plan) by working with constituent groups. Is responsible for leading the Environmental and Occupational Safety unit to ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations; and standards involving; radiation safety, environmental management, chemical control, industrial hygiene, Biosafety, general campus safety, fire safety, life safety, and emergency coordination. Develops, implements and monitors the effectiveness of campus safety policies and procedures on an on-going basis. Prepares and submits operational reports on an annual basis. Directs various personnel functions including, but not limited to hiring, salary recommendations, promotions, transfers, shift scheduling, and vacation schedules. Plans and directs training programs to provide current information and techniques to subordinates and ensures that they maintain appropriate certifications. Maintains a positive working relationship and effective liaison with local outside law enforcement agencies (i.e. Valdosta Police and Fire Departments, Lowndes County Sheriffs Department, Remerton Police Department, Georgia Highway Patrol, Georgia Bureau of Investigation, and Moody Air Force Base), local Emergency Management officials, and other community organizations. Oversees the development and delivery of safety education for campus constituents, including students, Residential Life staff and others. Using a community policing framework, works proactively and cooperatively with students and with all other internal and external constituents. Supports the mission of the University by contributing to the programs and services offered by Student Affairs. Attends professional development opportunities to keep abreast of current trends in the field. Qualifications Required Education/Training: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice, Public or Business Administration, or a related field. Graduation from one or more the following: Federal Bureau Investigations National Academy, the GA Command College Professional Management Program, Police Executive Research Forums Senior Management Institute for Police, or the Southern Police Institute Command Officers Development course. Required Experience: A minimum of ten (10) years related experience to include at least five (5) years as Chief of Police, with preference given to experience in a campus setting. Must possess or be able to possess and maintain Georgia P.O.S.T. certification as a peace officer within one year of employment. Preferred Qualifications: Possession of the National Incident Management Systems or Incident Command Systems certifications. Knowledge of environmental and occupational safety functions and roles within a higher education environment. Compliance Requirements: Must possess a valid drivers license and must undergo a credit and criminal background investigation. After a conditional offer of employment is made, this position requires a physical and psychological examination to be completed; which includes a drug test and testing of vision, hearing and speaking. Credit check required. Annual compliance training is required of all university personnel. Skills Must have ability to define and oversee the responsibilities, authority and accountability of all subordinates staff/managers/officers and provide them with regular performance evaluations and general guidance. Possess the skill to effectively lead, advise, mentor, train department personnel: determine work procedures, assign duties, maintain harmonious relations, promote efficiency, effectively respond to disciplinary matters; and develop and administer operational programs. Ability to develop long-range goals, planning, and operational methodologies; implementing decisions in an evolving environment with emerging knowledge and technologies, competing priorities, and changing politics. Exercise good judgment in evaluating situations and making decisions; ability to be an effective facilitator who can lead critical analysis of existing processes and can assist those involved in formulating recommendations for improvement without alienating others. Manage and administer budget within the department and make recommendations that impact resource allocation. Maintain the ability to operate vehicles and all authorized police equipment and devices, and establish policy for the acquisition, installation, testing, operation, and maintenance of technology systems. Ability to use office equipment and computers for word processing, spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, or custom applications. Ability to apply local, state, and federal criminal and traffic laws; conduct investigations and interview witnesses and victims; assess high stress situations and apply appropriate responses; make determinations on use of force; secure and manage crime scenes. Ability to perform the physical dimensions of the job. Must be proficient in oral and written communications skills in order to carry out the duties and responsibilities of the Director of Public Safety/Chief of Police and to communicate with employees, university constituents, and members of the community. Must come to the position able to demonstrate reputation for honesty, candor, and high ethical conduct. Application Materials: Applicants shall submit a current resume/curriculum vitae, a cover letter fully describing their leadership philosophy and their campus policing philosophy, official university transcripts, and letters from three (3) references. Please use our online application process, to submit your materials for consideration. Review of applications will begin immediately and interviews may be scheduled as applications arrive. Americans with Disabilities Act Valdosta State University is governed by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, which specifically prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability. Valdosta State University is committed to complying with the goals and objectives of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Equal Opportunity Employer Valdosta State University is an equal opportunity educational institution. It is not the intent of the institution to discriminate against any applicant for employment by the institution based on the sex, race, religion, color, national origin, handicap, sexual orientation, or veteran status of the individual. It is the intent of the institution to comply with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and subsequent executive orders as well as Title IX and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Valdosta State University is a Comprehensive University serving 41 counties in South Georgia with a student enrollment of approximately 11,500. The Valdosta MSA has approximately 130,000 people, is located just north of the Florida state line on Interstate 75, is served by a regional airport, and is within a two-hour drive of Jacksonville and Tallahassee, Florida. For more information on the University visit For more information about the community visit

Director of Security, Winona State University

Winona State University invites you to join our Community of Learners as our Director of Security. As our Director, you will be responsible for providing leadership and supervision for the campus Security Departments at Winona State University and Southeast Technical College. Administrative/management responsibilities involve the coordination, development, and direction of the Security Departments at Winona State University and Southeast Technical College. This position is on-call 24/7 and you must be physically able to respond to any emergency situation (i.e. violent individuals) and travel overnight as needed. Additionally, you will be responsible for the collection of crime reports and ensuring compliance with federal and state laws regarding collection and reporting of crime statistics. Minimum qualifications for this position are a bachelors degree in law enforcement or related field AND 5 years of experience in law enforcement and supervision. A complete job description and information on applying for this position, please go to Review of applications begins immediately. WSU is a member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System and is an equal opportunity educator and employer.

Director, Compliance & Strategic Initiatives , Yale University

Yale University offers exciting opportunities for achievement and growth in New Haven, Connecticut. Conveniently located between Boston and New York, New Haven is the creative capital of Connecticut with cultural resources that include three major museums, a critically-acclaimed repertory theater, state-of-the-art concert hall, and world-renowned schools of Architecture, Art, Drama, and Music.

General Purpose: Reporting to the Chief of Police, the Director of Compliance & Strategic Initiatives for Public Safety performs the lead role in developing, managing, and implementing strategic plans and operational initiatives as part of the senior civilian administration of the University Police and Security Departments. The Director serves as the University's compliance officer for all relevant Federal and State regulations regarding public safety, and serves as a key advisor on strategic issues.

The Director serves as the University s Clery Compliance officer. The Director has responsibility and oversight for the preparation of data for the department s FBI Uniform Crime Report, Daily Crime Log and the University s Annual Security and Fire Safety Report. The Director develops and communicates crime analysis, research, statistics, and reports to support the effective deployment of resources and development of crime prevention strategies.

Required Education and Experience: Bachelors degree with five or more years of relevant experience, or the equivalent combination of education or experience. Must have experience in research methods, data collection, analysis, interpretation and report preparation, preferably in a law enforcement capacity. Familiarity with regulations and reporting requirements relating to police and public safety.


  • Knowledge of the principles, concepts, methods, and techniques of crime analysis.
  • Ability to communicate information to senior leadership (law enforcement and non-law enforcement) on trends and patterns on the basis of raw data.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills including the ability to communicate effectively with a diverse constituency.
  • Considerable background in establishing and implementing projects /program management.
  • Demonstrated skills with several of the following software: computer-aided police records management systems, crime analysis software (including GIS and other tracking/mapping programs), MS Word, Excel, Power Point, database software (Oracle, MS Access), and statistical analysis programs.
  • Ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality and sensitivity for all information collected by or associated with the department.

Preferred: Master s degree in related field with 3+ years of experience. Knowledge of Jeanne Clery regulations, disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. Familiarity with HEOA, HEA Fire Safety Regulations, Title IX, Sexual Assault Victims Bill of Rights, Violence Against Women Act, FERPA and FBI uniform crime reporting.

Application: For more information and immediate consideration, please apply online at - the STARS req ID for this position is 34536BR. Please be sure to reference this website when applying for this position.

We invite you to discover the excitement, diversity, rewards and excellence of a career at Yale University. One of the country's great workplaces, Yale University offers exciting opportunities for meaningful accomplishment and true growth. Our benefits package is among the best anywhere, with a wide variety of insurance choices, liberal paid time off, fantastic family and educational benefits, a variety of retirement benefits, extensive recreational facilities, and much more.

Yale University considers applicants for employment without regard to, and does not discriminate on the basis of an individual s sex, race, color, religion, age, disability, status as a veteran, or national or ethnic origin; nor does Yale discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity or expression.

Director, Office of Public Safety, Bellarmine University

I.          Position Status
This is a regular, full-time position with normal working hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. On call 24/7 for emergencies. 

II.        Job Description Summary
Provide leadership and strategic vision to develop and maintain a safe, secure and welcoming environment for Bellarmine University students, faculty and staff members, visitors and guests; ensure the security of the Institution’s constituents, grounds, facilities, and equipment; oversee the University’s transportation and parking services; maintain peak disaster response and recovery readiness.  The Department of Public Safety is a functional unit within the Bellarmine University Division of Student Affairs.  

Specific Duties:

  • Provide leadership, strategic oversight, and day-to-day management of the 24/7 Office of Public Safety to ensure an effective, efficient, and professional safety and security operation at Bellarmine University.  Oversee staff member recruitment, selections, training, scheduling and development, goal setting and objectives.
  • Ensure compliance with all applicable state and federal laws, rules, and regulations; Collaborate with local law and fire officials/departments to address matters of mutual concern.  Cooperate with University, city, state and federal law enforcement officials as needed on investigations. Maintain personal and departmental currency on Incident Command Systems (ICS), the requirements of the Clery Act, Minger Act, the Higher Education Opportunity Act, Title IX as it relates to police, public safety, security, and emergency-related services, and other legislation as necessary.
  • Oversee the Transportation and Parking Services function: enforce the parking permit and citation regulations and processes; provide leadership to the Parking Committee; oversee the University’s fleet of shuttles, and other security vehicles, ensuring they are operating safely and kept in appropriate mechanical condition; oversee the shuttle service and maintain a qualified pool of drivers to accommodate the University’s transportation needs.  Ensure that faculty/staff and student parking permits are ordered; update Traffic and Parking Regulations which are published to the Office of Public Safety website and emailed to the campus community annually; Serve on and attend all Traffic Appeals Committee meetings.  Coordinate and oversee traffic, parking, safety and security in support of large university events (e.g., athletics events, commencement).
  • Develop, implement, and model high visibility and proactive outreach and engagement between Public Safety and University constituents; Implement restorative practices and community strategies and values to facilitate community dialogue and build/enhance community trust, relationships, partnerships, and reliance on campus safety leadership, staff members and operations.
  • Develop and implement emergency management and security programs, services and emergency preparedness initiatives.  Develop and coordinate crime prevention training, community awareness programs and safety drills; anticipate, identify and assess potential or actual problematic situations, providing early intervention.  Lead the Emergency Operations team and assess disaster readiness; work with departmental managers in developing robust Disaster Recovery plans and serve as liaison to Louisville Metro Police and Fire Departments in case of emergency and in establishing protocols and response.
  • Coordinate with the University’s Chemical Hygiene Officer to ensure campus safety.
  • Proved leadership in the development, implementation, and maintenance of technologies related to safety and security systems including alarm monitoring, door-access systems, blue-light/emergency phone systems, and video surveillance systems.  Ensure campus fire drills and tornado drills are conducted for all University buildings at a minimum on an annual basis.
  • Develop annual and multi-year budget projections and administer the Office of Public Safety departmental budgets.
  • Provide ethical leadership and uphold ethical standards by setting an example and promoting the vision, mission, and goals of Bellarmine University and the Department of Public Safety in a focused and systematic manner in line with best practice.
  • Establish and maintain a cohesive and professional Campus Safety workforce of permanent, full and part-time staff members with an academic-focused service orientation; Ensure Public Safety staff members receive ongoing training and certification in applicable safety, security, and diversity issues.  Continually improve departmental services to the community to meet or exceed internal and external customer expectations.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Vice President for Student Affairs within the scope of this job description, training and experience.

IV.       Job Specific Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated understanding of the unique nature of campus safety and security within a higher education institution.
  • Professional development and training certifications in emergency management from FEMA, or related agencies is preferred.
  • Demonstrated expert knowledge, interpretation and application of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy, Campus Crime Statistics Act, and the Minger Act.
  • Excellent written, verbal and analytical skills.  Ability to use effectively Microsoft Office application suite, incident and citation software, and social media.  Manage online and published materials.
  • Ability to work autonomously in a complex work environment; excellent organizational, administrative, management, and time management skills
  • Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain appropriate working relationships with other law enforcement entities is essential.

V.        Qualifications:
A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.  10 years progressive experience in law enforcement supervision, with a minimum of 5 years’ experience at upper management level. Demonstrated understanding of the unique nature of campus safety and security within a higher education institution.


Application Instructions:
Please submit a letter of interest, resume and contact information for three professional references to the attention of Dr. Helen-Grace Ryan, Vice President for Student Affairs by clicking on the appropriate link in this posting.

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

Executive Sergeant, University of Michigan, Flint Campus

How to Apply

  • A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter must include examples of how your past work experience is applicable to this position. The letter must also include specific examples of how, in your work experience, you effectively demonstrated at a minimum, the following behaviors and the impact it had within your organization:
  • Demonstrated customer service competencies as evidenced by the ability to focus on the needs of others resulting in being recognized as a provider of choice.
  • Demonstrated ability to be a positive influence on the work team as evidenced by an approachable, positive attitude resulting in increased collaboration and support of group initiatives.
  • Demonstrated problem solving, critical thinking skills as evidenced by tactfully asking questions to understand rationale behind procedures and policies resulting in decisions are correctly aligned with organizational strategy.

Job Summary
This position, under direct supervision of the Director of Public Safety, is responsible for investigating criminal sexual misconduct cases, reporting Jeanne Clery Act campus crime statistics, supervising patrol operations and coordinating IACLEA accreditation.

Required Qualifications*

  • Bachelor's degree in criminal justice or related field.
  • MCOLES police officer certification on date of hire.
  • Knowledgeable in law enforcement practices, policies and procedures as evidenced by a minimum of five years experience as a full time certified police officer.
  • Experience investigating criminal sexual misconduct cases while employed by a law-enforcement agency.
  • Experience with the Jeanne Clery Act (Campus Crime Statistics).
  • Knowledgeable of police and security supervisory techniques including advanced law enforcement skills, and problem-solving/decision making skills, as evidenced by training documentation and demonstration of such skills.
  • Demonstrated excellent written and verbal communication skills as evidenced by clear written and oral presentations, resulting in messages being clearly conveyed and understood.
  • Must be a citizen of the United States.
  • Must possess and maintain a valid Michigan drivers license and an excellent driving record.
  • Must be able to pass all pre-employment examinations, including a physical and psychological evaluation.
  • Demonstrated customer service competencies, as evidenced by the ability to focus on the needs of others, resulting in being recognized as the provider of choice.
  • Demonstrated leadership competency as evidenced by being self-directed and achievement oriented, resulting in prioritized personal and professional growth.
  • Demonstrated ability to add value to a work team as evidenced by an approachable positive attitude, resulting in increased collaboration and support of group initiatives.
  • Demonstrated problem solving and critical thinking skills, as evidenced by tactfully asking probing questions resulting in supporting decisions that align with organizational values and strategy

Desired Qualifications*

  • Experience as an MCOLES certified law-enforcement officer on a college or university campus.
  • Master's degree.
  • Some knowledge of University policies and procedures.
  • Experienced with CLEA or IACLEA accreditation.

Work Schedule
This position is primarily a day shift, subject to other shifts as needed.

Union Affiliation
This position is covered under the collective bargaining agreement between the U-M and the Command Officers Association of Michigan union, which contains and settles all matters with respect to wages, benefits, hours and other terms and conditions of employment.

U-M EEO/AA Statement
The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

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Non-Certified Police Officer (#0215PO), Old Dominion University

Non-Certified Police Officer (#0215PO) 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 December 18, 2015. To review position requirements and submit an application, please visit and follow the on-line instructions. AA/EOE

Program Manager  UWPD Research and Student Learning Center (Temporary), 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 enjoys outstanding benefits and professional growth opportunities, but also an environment noted for diversity, community involvement, intellectual excitement, artistic pursuits, and natural beauty.

The University of Washington Police Department has a temporary need for a Program Manager to oversee their newly created UWPD Research and Student Learning Center. Continuing prospects of this position may be reviewed after one year.

Under general direction of the Chief of Police, the professional manager will coordinate research and evaluations for the University of Washington Police Department (UWPD), and manage grant applications and reporting for both competitive and non-competitive grants. Part of the managers goal will be to organize collaboration between University of Washington academic departments and the police department on police-oriented and/or social science research and current law enforcement practices. The program manager will be on the ground floor of creating a University of Washington Police Department Research and Student Learning Center that will provide interdisciplinary research & learning on a host of issues related to students and policing, technology, victim services, social services, and community-government partnerships. Additionally, in collaboration with agency personnel, the Program Manager will collect, analyze, manage, and report data on training, curriculum, crime trends, community satisfaction, recruitment, funding, and any other data of interest to the UW Police Department leadership. This will also include overseeing UWPD's research analyst interns and other internship positions to enhance student experiences in partnership with other UW and Community Departments.

Success in the first 12 months requires acquiring a depth of knowledge and understanding of agency policy, processes, stakeholder needs, training needs, and research opportunities within the University of Washington system across all departments. The program manager must be able to identify and apply for numerous research grants, with proven initiative and a full understanding of agency interests. The Program Manager must be able to develop a clear vision for the agencys training development and research potential  setting the direction and designing the mechanisms to move the goals of the inter-departmental research project forward.

The Program Manager will further be responsible for the application of predictive and comparative analytics for key personnel and agency performance indicators identified by UWPD leadership. The Program Manager will design and evaluate curriculum and training utilizing the DACUM process and the ADDIE model of instructional systems design.

This position will manage and implement evaluation and research studies in collaboration with appropriate academic partners, including study design, sampling, quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis, and reporting. Taking the lead on initiatives required to meet any reporting and accountability obligations, conduct research in the promotion of data-based decision making (including hiring processes), promote and facilitate academic partnerships, and manage research analyst interns and other interns.

The UWPD upholds its commitment to safety, best practices, customer service, diversity, the ability to work collaboratively in a changing environment, and the skill to work with members of the University community (faculty, staff and students) and external stakeholders. The UWPD is dedicated to building quality partnerships with other law enforcement agencies to provide a high level of service within its campus community and surrounding areas.

As the UW Police Department continues to pursue innovative ways to approach and maneuver amongst the challenges that are inherent in the law enforcement field, specific to campus communities, we will continue our desire to be on the cutting edge of campus law enforcement - to reduce the impacts of crime within the campus community and to lead by example. To support our goals, this position will research and manage new grants and funding sources for the University of Washington Police Department specifically, as it forms partnerships for the Research and Student Learning Center. This includes seeking funding opportunities that allow for agency involvement in research; writing proposals and applications for evaluation, research, and assessment projects; preparing and implementing contracts and grants for evaluation, research, and assessment projects; and presenting research findings internally and at academic and professional conferences.



  • Serves as the manager of the UWPD Research & Student Learning Center
  • Serves as advisor for the University of Washingtons Chief of Police as it relates to innovative law enforcement practices.
  • Coordinates and manages internships for approximately 4-7 research analyst interns and other student interns through the University of Washington/Other Universities, supervising them in the accomplishment of stated outcomes.
  • Directs and coordinates official reports for the agency including federal and state reports, media reports, or university-wide reports.
  • Coordinates with agency leadership in providing timely and strategic reports and responses to data requests from accrediting agencies, state and federal government, and others.
  • Analyzes, summarizes, and reports quantitative and qualitative evaluations and accountability data to University of Washington Police Department leadership, funding sources, and other stakeholders.
  • Directs, coordinates and conducts all other analytical studies in support of agency decision-making related to training, curriculum development, community programs, crime trends, new equipment, and cultural shifts.
  • Serves as creative coordinator of structure and research partnerships for the UWPD Research & Student Learning Center.


  • Establishes priorities for grant-funded research; planning and monitoring the resulting work that must be completed, and ensuring effective management and delivery on proposals.
  • Develops and writes grant proposals to grant-making organizations that persuasively communicate the University of Washington Police Departments goals and research potential.
  • Designs unique and compelling research for grant proposals.
  • Builds partnerships for grant opportunities.
  • Initiates prospecting efforts to identify and research new opportunities.
  • Networks within the University system in order to initialize and coordinate research opportunities and collaborations.
  • Collaborates with various partners both in and outside of the University of Washington in planning, implementing, reporting, and using results of evaluation and research studies, both funded and non-funded.
  • Works with agency personnel to assemble and submit grant requests, including letters, proposals, logic models, budgets and assorted attachments as required.
  • Presents research study results for grants research and other agency projects at academic and professional conferences and meetings.


  • Experience designing surveys and other evaluative tools to measure training effectiveness.
  • Plans valid evaluation and research studies, both funded and non-funded, using experimental, quasi-experimental, and other designs.
  • Experience using the DACUM process to determine job requirements and training objectives through a Job Task Analysis.
  • Experience using the ADDIE model to design and evaluate curriculum.
  • Directs, coordinates, and conducts agency-wide assessments including program reviews, officer learning outcome research, survey research, curriculum schedule efficiency and effectiveness, performance metrics and accountability reports, and recruitment and hiring practices.
  • Designs and delivers presentations on data, assessments, grant projects, and internal research and training in a manner easily accessible to diverse audiences.
  • Identifies and develops appropriate quantitative and qualitative data collection procedures and instruments for funded and non-funded evaluation and research studies.
  • Develops analytical models to inform and evaluate policy, training, community outreach, community programs, and crime prevention programs.
  • Leads the development of agency-wide data protocols and definitions and integrated data management and analysis.


  • Serves as the chief liaison on external outreach and communication with members of academic research institutions other than the University of Washington for the purposes of research collaboration and/or community outreach related to study and integration on evidence-based practices that leads to enhanced collaboration and improved law enforcement and public safety services.


  • Ph.D. in criminal justice, criminology, statistics, forensic psychology, policy analysis, educational measurement and evaluation, quantitative social science or a related field and; three (3) years experience at a state or federal department, municipal police department, research university, or private research firm in one or more of the following fields: grant research and management, institutional research, student learning assessment, budgeting, institutional systems design, data management, experimental research, or qualitative research, with a focus on modern policing issues.
    Masters degree in criminal justice, criminology, statistics, forensic psychology, policy analysis, educational measurement and evaluation, quantitative social science or a related field and; five (5) years experience at a state or federal department, municipal police department, research university, or private research firm in one or more of the following fields: grant research and management, institutional research, student learning assessment, budgeting, institutional systems design, data management, experimental research, or qualitative research, with a focus on modern policing issues.
    Any combination of education and experience which clearly demonstrates the ability to meet the essential functions of the position.
    Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration.


  • Ph.D.
  • Experience with the Washington State criminal justice system and Washington State law enforcement training methods and standards.
  • Experience researching and designing research/training grants, and meeting grant specifications and deadlines.
  • Experience designing and managing quantitative and qualitative research projects.
  • Experience presenting research results at academic conferences.
  • Experience coordinating research efforts between law enforcement agencies and institutions of higher learning.
  • Experience in the management and supervision of interns.
  • Experience in the evaluation of existing training, and the design and evaluation of training utilizing instructional systems models.
  • Experience developing surveys.
  • Experience analyzing data utilizing a statistical program such as SAS or SPSS
  • Specific knowledge of law enforcement research fields, such as community satisfaction with police, police training methods, fear of crime, cultural shifts, etc.

Condition of Employment:

  • Typically a 40 hour per week position, 5 days per week in a standard office environment.
  • Must be able to lift a minimum of 15 pounds.
  • Sitting 6 - 8 hours per day.
  • Keyboarding/typing at a computer 4 - 8 hours per day.
  • Bending, filing 0 - 2 hours per day.
  • Walking 0 - 2 hours day.
  • Appointment to this position is contingent upon obtaining satisfactory results from a complete criminal background investigation, psychological exam and polygraph examination.

Application Process:

The application process for UW positions may include completion of a variety of online assessments to obtain additional information that will be used in the evaluation process. These assessments may include Workforce Authorization, Criminal Conviction History, Cover Letter and/or others. Any assessments that you need to complete will appear on your screen as soon as you select Apply to this position. Once you begin an assessment, it must be completed at that time; if you do not complete the assessment you will be prompted to do so the next time you access your My Jobs page. If you select to take it later, it will appear on your "My Jobs" page to take when you are ready. Please note that your application will not be reviewed, and you will not be considered for this position until all required assessments have been completed.

Public Safety Chief, Georgia Southern University

Public Safety Chief (Req. # STA000637) Position Summary: Office of Public Safety. This position will direct, plan, organize, and direct all aspects of the operation and administration of the Division of Public Safety. The majority of time will be spent overseeing and coordinating supervision of subordinate management and operating staff within the unit; participating in the strategic planning and policy development for the unit; and representing the department to the University, other agencies, and the general public. This position will also prepare annual budgets; control expenditure of funds; formulate and prescribe work methods and procedures to be followed; advise and assist subordinates in highly complex criminal investigations; and conduct short and long-range planning analyses to ensure the Division will maintain its goals and objectives. Georgia Southern University is a Tobacco Free Campus. Minimum Requirements: Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice or related field; Georgia P.O.S.T (Peace Officer Standards Training) law enforcement (police) certified; eight or more years of law enforcement experience; extensive knowledge of law enforcement policies and practices; valid drivers license; effective communication (verbal and written), organization and human relations skills; ability to work well in a diverse environment; proficiency with computer and Microsoft Office Applications software including word processing, spreadsheets, and databases; successful completion of background check; computerized Voice Stress test, psychological exam, physical exam, drug screen, fingerprinting and a physical agility test prior to employment. Preferred Qualifications: Five or more years of supervisory experience. Knowledge of Clery Act and Title IX requirements. Previous experience in a higher education campus law enforcement environment. Graduate of Command College or the FBI National Academy. Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience Application Deadline: November 27, 2015 TO APPLY: Please visit the Georgia Southern University employment website and complete the application process at The application process must be completed by the deadline to be considered. For more information, call the 24-hour job line at (912) 478-0629. Georgia is an open records state. Individuals in need of reasonable accommodations under the ADA to participate in the search process should notify Human Resources: (912) 478-5468 or HR-TDD: (912) 478-0791. Georgia Southern University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Disability/Veteran employer.

Vice Chancellor for Infrastructure & Campus Safety, University of Colorado Boulder

The University of Colorado Boulder (CU Boulder) invites nominations and applications for the position of Vice Chancellor for Campus Infrastructure and Safety (VCIS). The Vice Chancellor reports to the Senior Vice Chancellor and CFO and serves as a member of the Chancellors cabinet.

CU Boulder is situated on one of the most spectacular college campuses in the country and occupies more than 875 acres. It is one of the world's most awe inspiring, visually beautiful, entrepreneurial learning environments. CU Boulder is a member of the prestigious, 62- member, Association of American Universities (AAU). AAU member institutions represent the leading public and private research universities in the United States and Canada.

A visionary and strategic chief facilities officer, the VCIS will have a unique opportunity to help achieve CU Boulder's institutional vision of redefining learning and discovery in a global context and setting new standards in education, research, scholarship, and creative work that will benefit Colorado and the world. The ideal candidate is an accomplished professional with a demonstrated history of leadership that includes cultural transformation.

The VCIS exercises leadership in the evolution and improvement of CU Boulder's physical presence. This includes responsibility for the physical and public safety, emergency management, workplace accident prevention and the creation of a culture of safety for campus employees, environmental health & safety, sustainability, long-range capital planning, real estate development, architecture & design, and the construction & operation of campus facilities. The division of Infrastructure and Campus Safety encompasses approximately 586 employees.

The vice chancellor, in conjunction with other key campus administrators and CU System administrators, represents the campus capital development program to the University of Colorado Board of Regents and State of Colorado legislative committees. He or she will play a significant role in representing the campus to internal and external constituencies related to issues such as university/community relations, campus outreach, campus sustainability, and legislative and regulatory affairs. The vice chancellor serves as a campus liaison concerning issues of infrastructure and safety to the City of Boulder and Boulder County, and may interact regularly with local and state government officials and staff. For additional information, please see the Leadership Profile.

Witt/Kieffer is assisting the University of Colorado in this search. Inquiries, nominations, and expressions of interest may be sent to Jennifer Biehn, at . Electronic submissions are strongly encouraged. A complete application will include a letter of interest, a current curriculum vitae (resume), and contact information for five professional references. Review of applications will begin late 2015 and will continue until the position is filled. It is preferred that all nominations and applications be submitted prior to December 15, 2015.

The University of Colorado is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to building a diverse workforce. We encourage applications from women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans. Alternative formats of this ad can be provided upon request for individuals with disabilities by contacting the ADA Coordinator at