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Access & University Security Initiatives Executive Director, Arizona State University

Arizona State University is recruiting an Access & University Security Initiatives Executive Director to join their team in Tempe, Arizona.

About ASU and the position: Arizona State University, ranked No.1 “Most Innovative School” in the nation in 2017 by U.S. News & World Report for the second year in a row and is a designated Elite 100 World University, has forged the model for a New American University. ASU is a comprehensive public research institution measured, not by whom it excludes, but by whom it includes and how they succeed, advancing research and discovery of public value and assuming fundamental responsibility for the economic, social, cultural and overall health of the communities it serves. Through innovation and a commitment to accessibility, ASU has drawn pioneering researchers to its faculty even as it expands opportunities for qualified students, attracting some of the highest caliber students from all 50 states and 130 nations.

This is your opportunity to Rise to the Challenge. ASU seeks a proven leader; one that can create and execute vision, engage cross functional leadership spanning four campuses, and continually innovate to achieve a culture of excellence in physical safety and security. The Executive Director for Access & University Security Initiatives will lead the planning, organizing, directing and coordination of a comprehensive campus safety and physical security program for the University. It will incorporate policy development and management, emergency management and preparedness, physical security assessments and management, door access and video monitoring, and vendor management. This role reports to the Associate Vice President University Business Services.
Candidates with executive-level skills in influencing, collaboration, management, communication, project management, physical security, risk management, and customer service who continually drive innovation, value delivery and excellence are encouraged to apply.

Overview of responsibilities: Develop and administer a comprehensive campus safety and security program including security policies and enforcement as they support and correspond with the University's mission. Work collaboratively with ASU Police Department and Chief to ensure continuity and coordination of projects, programs, initiatives, and operations. Provide direction and oversight of Emergency Management, University Business Services (Card Access) and Physical Security units to ensure all campus safety and security standards are being met and that the needs of the university community are addressed. Provide direction and oversight for all security policy/procedures; develops and recommends policies for implementation as appropriate/needed. Provide direction and oversight for ASU physical security of campus buildings with mission-critical security devices including but not limited to: access control, duress/intrusion alarms, and cameras, and oversight for distributed access management and system support. Provide direction and oversight for the Integrated System for ASU Access Control (ISAAC), Transaction Services; provides direction and oversight of Physical Security Assessments developing and providing reports as appropriate. Implement strategies for installing video cameras in public places (malls, parking lots/structures); reviews and approves new camera requests by departments. Serve on the Emergency Operations Executive Leadership team; represents Emergency management on campus, in the local community and serves a central role in establishing and maintaining strong collaborative relationships with university constituents and local, regional, state, federal agencies.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in related field and eight years (8) to ten (10) years of administrative experience in a law enforcement or public safety and security environment, preferably in higher education which includes at least five (5) years of supervisory experience; OR, Any equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.

ASU is a tobacco-free university. For details visit
AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other national service alumni are encouraged to apply.

ASU conducts pre-employment screening for all positions which includes a criminal background check, verification of work history, academic credentials, licenses, and certifications. Employment is contingent upon successful passing of the background check. This position is considered safety/security sensitive and will include a fingerprint check. Employment is contingent upon successful passing of the fingerprint check.

Arizona State University is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor and an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other basis protected by law.

**** Arizona State University has partnered with Another Source, an external recruitment firm, to assist in their hiring process. To be considered for this position, please complete submit your resume to the link below:

Assistant Director of Public Safety Compliance and Investigations, LaSalle University

I. Appointment: The Assistant Director of Public Safety, Compliance and Investigations is appointed by the Vice-President for Student Affairs and directly reports to the Assistant Vice President for Public Safety.
a. Position Summary: Management and oversite of federal and state reporting and investigatory mandates. Directs and coordinates investigations of criminal and non-criminal cases, university policy violations, risk management related incidents, and conducts pre-employment background checks on potential Public Safety employees. Reviews and submits reports of investigations to supervisors and the director. Represents the Public Safety Department in Student Conduct hearings. Manages sensitive and human resources investigations and maintains liaison with appropriate federal, state and local law enforcement agencies. Maintains and directs staff on properly handling contraband and property. Serves as part of the Department/University on-call teams and the University’s Emergency Management team.

II. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Assistant Director of Public Safety, Compliance and Investigations will:
a. Review Public Safety, Maxient and Philadelphia PD incident reports to determine need for community notification and investigation. b. Supervise Investigator in Public Safety. c. Draft safety alerts/timely warning notices when required. d. Provide reports/notifications to other LaSalle University offices and the Philadelphia Police, as needed, in a timely manner, and assist with additional follow-up when necessary. e. Conduct and/or coordinate all Public Safety investigations of campus incidents ensuring appropriate, timely and thorough completion. i. Create an investigative plan. ii. Assign investigations to other personnel as needed. iii. Coordinate contact and interviews with complainants, witnesses and subjects. iv. Use available security technology when available. v. Document investigations thoroughly
f. Conduct and document sensitive cases such as reported Title IX violations, potential Public Safety employee background investigations, internal investigations and human resource incidents. g. Analyze incident report data to identify trends and recommend appropriate actions to mitigate potential concerns. h. Coordinate and compile crime statistics in compliance with the Clery Act and Pennsylvania Act 73 guidelines. i. Collect statistics from outside agencies as required. ii. Coordinate/compare statistics with Student Conduct. iii. Coordinate monthly online entry of statistics per Act 73. iv. Coordinate annual online entry of Clery data. i. Direct maintenance of contraband and property, including lost and found, and all related record keeping i. Train staff on proper handling of property and contraband. ii. Ensure notifications to property owners for return, when known. iii. Turns over contraband to Philadelphia Police Department for destruction when applicable. j. Represent Public Safety in Student Conduct hearings. k. Conduct performance reviews of subordinates. l. Serve as part of the Department/University on-call teams and the University’s Emergency Management team.

III. Minimum Qualifications: a. Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, sociology, emergency management or related field. b. 5 years campus law enforcement experience at least 3 of which must be in investigations and/or supervision c. Comprehensive knowledge of Clery, Title IX, VAWA and other federal and state mandates. d. Demonstrated experience and training in conducting sexual assault investigations, stalking, dating violence, and related crimes. e. Comprehensive understanding of the diverse nature of university public safety. f. Demonstrated experience with use of technology including security technology. g. Excellent interpersonal and written communication, organization, and leadership skills. h. AED/CPR certified or ability to be certified.

IV. Preferred Qualifications: a. Master’s degree in criminal justice, sociology, emergency management or related field. b. Certified Title IX investigator. c. Completion of a certified Clery training program in the last 3 years. d. 7+ years campus law enforcement experience at least 3 of which must be in investigations and/or supervision. e. Incident Command and National Incident Management Systems certifications.

VII. Physical Requirements: (List any physical requirements needed to perform the essential duties of the job) a. Must be capable of standing or sitting for extended periods of time. b. Must be capable of travel around campus on foot or other non-vehicular means. c. Must be capable of lifting up to 50 pounds. d. Must be capable of performing all job functions and any duties as assigned with reasonable accommodation.

Campus Police Officer, Brown University

The Campus Police Officer is responsible for protection of University faculty, staff, students, and property; prevention and suppression of crime; apprehension and protection of offenders; enforcement of the statutes of the State of Rhode Island and the rules and regulations of Brown University.


  • Must be 21 years of age with a valid driver’s license
  • Must be a US citizen
  • Must have no felony or misdemeanor arrests and/or convictions
  • Must have tact and ability to communicate with people and be able to take command of a wide variety of situations, some of them life-threatening
  • Graduate of RI Municipal Police Academy, other recognized police academy, previous law enforcement experience, or eligible for reciprocity by the RI State Police Superintendent
  • Candidates will be required to pass a background investigation, psychological exam and physical exam.
  • Officers will work on a rotating schedule, four days on, two days off.
  • Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

Special Physical Requirements:

  • Walking on foot patrol and physically checking doors and windows of buildings.
  • Must be able to pursue fleeing suspects and perform rescue operations which may involve quickly entering and exiting law enforcement patrol vehicles, lifting, carrying and dragging heavy objects, climbing and pulling oneself over obstacles, jumping down from elevated surfaces, climbing through openings, jumping over obstacles, crawling in confined areas, balancing on uneven or narrow surfaces and using body force to gain entrance through barriers.

To View a full description of this position and To Apply, please go to Brown’s Career Site

Please note: Application Deadline is April 28, 2017. Applicants are required to use the Brown Career Site to apply to the position and to submit their resume, cover letter and any related documents. Please check the status of your application through the account you create when you apply.

Brown University is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive academic global community; as an EEO/AA employer, Brown considers applicants for employment without regard to, and does not discriminate on the basis of, gender, race, protected veteran status, disability, or any other legally protected status.

About Brown (Please visit our website and get to know us better at:

Brown is an Ivy League University in Providence, Rhode Island. We have a dynamic campus community with many exciting events, such as visits from world leaders, sporting events, theatre, music, and dance. Brown offers competitive benefits such as a generous retirement plan and education programs; details are available at:

Brown is being recognized by the Alliance for Work-Life Progress for success in work-life programs, policies and practices. To earn the Seal of Distinction, Brown had to meet criteria and be assessed in each of the seven categories listed for work-life effectiveness that defines a best-in-class work-life portfolio in today's workplace.

Chief of Police, University of California, Davis

A national search is underway to attract highly qualified candidates for an exciting opportunity to lead the University of California, Davis Police Department (UCDPD). UC Davis is a public teaching and research university with more than 36,000 students. Reporting to the Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor, the Chief of Police is responsible for managing, planning, and directing the law enforcement activities associated with the Universitys main campus (located in the City of Davis), the UC Davis Health campus (located in the City of Sacramento), and associated buildings. UCDPD has a budget of $11 million and currently employs 51 sworn officers, 25 professional staff, and 112 student employees.

Top candidates will have a career history that demonstrates outstanding leadership skills and the ability to embrace and celebrate the culture and diversity of UC Davis. Requires a Bachelors degree and progressively responsible command level experience, including division management assignments. Master's degree and/or advanced level training or graduation from the FBI National Academy is preferred. Requires current California POST management certification or ability to obtain certification. This at-will position has a very competitive salary that will be based on the candidates qualifications, experience, and salary history. Salary is augmented by an attractive benefits package. Interested candidates should apply by submitting a compelling cover letter, comprehensive resume, and current salary to by May 5, 2017. Confidential inquires welcomed to Chief Gary Peterson (Ret.), Ralph Andersen & Associates, (916) 630-4900.

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Chief of University Police, University of St Thomas

Chief of University Police

The University of St. Thomas (, a private Catholic university, located in Houston, Texas near the museum district and the Texas Medical Center, is committed to the liberal arts and to the religious and intellectual tradition of Catholic higher education, is seeking an experienced Chief of University Police. The University enrolls more than 3,700 students on its main campus. The Chief of University Police has overall responsibility for managing the daily operations of the University’s Police Department and the planning, organizing and direction of a comprehensive crime prevention and law enforcement organization. The Chief of University Police will be responsible for Clery Act related compliance and programs. The Chief of University Police works with the President’s Office and other campus officials and acts as an advisor to all segments of the campus on law enforcement, security, crime prevention, and emergency management issues. The Chief of University Police will serve as the key person responsible for emergency preparedness planning. The incumbent will supervise and evaluate the performance of University Police Officers and other security personnel including ensuring that the staff is at all times adequately trained. The Chief of University Police reports directly to the Provost/Vice President of Academic Affairs.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Directs and managers the University’s security, safety, and protection programs including patrolling of physical property, crime prevention, investigation of accidents, injuries and criminal acts, enforcement of University regulations and appropriate statutes
  • Directly supervises the activities and work performance of all University Police Officers and other security personnel ensuring the staff is adequately trained in all aspects of campus security
  • Provides law enforcement advice, support and information to the University’s administration on policy and procedural changes that effect campus protection and security.
  • Manage and oversee all activities related to the University’s full compliance and administration of all Jeanne Clery Act regulations and programs. Incumbent is accountable for ensuring the University is in full compliance with all aspects of the Jeanne Clery Act working closely with the University’s leadership team, staff, and faculty.
  • Manage and oversee all activities related to the University’s emergency preparedness plans and programs ensuring that all aspects of campus activity are covered by comprehensive and actionable steps to respond to and prepare for emergency situations and events.
  • Responsible for gathering and reporting all statistics related to campus security and University Police Department activities required under the law, including the submission and posting of the Annual Security and Fire Report.
  • Maintain effective liaison with local outside law enforcement agencies including, but not limited, to Houston Police Department, Harris County Sheriff’s Department, Constable’s Office, and other local and federal law enforcement agencies.
  • Coordinate and maintain all security records and reports including the analyses performed to evaluate the University’s security programs and make appropriate recommendations or conclusions.
  • Responsible for the effective management of all related operating budgets, expenses, and operational standards.
  • Oversee the scheduling and maintenance of the campus shuttle vans, the Police Department vehicles, and Police Department golf carts.
  • Develop and promote educational events related to campus safety.
  • Oversee the enforcement of parking restrictions on campus property and the proper management of the Moran Center parking garage.
  • Perform other various projects and initiatives assigned.


  • A minimum of ten years of progressively responsible management experience in law enforcement with a minimum of five years supervisory experience supervising other law enforcement officers.
  • Must be currently certified as a law enforcement officer in good standing.
  • Experience as a Chief of Police at a college or university preferred.
  • Prior completion of, or willingness to complete with the first twenty-four (24) months of employment, of the Initial Training and Continuing Education for Police Chiefs required by Texas Education Code Sec. 96.641.
  • Completion of the Advanced Peace Officer Certificate preferred.
  • Must possess or be able to possess and maintain all the training certifications required by the State of Texas to function as a law enforcement officer in a Chief position.
  • Working knowledge of local, state, and federal laws as applied to University law enforcement.
  • Must demonstrate a thorough understanding of crime awareness and reporting statutes such as the Jeanne Clery and Campus Safety Act and related provisions of the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA).
  • Must have held responsible positions in the area of emergency management plan development and execution.
  • Demonstrated highly effective leadership skills.
  • Intermediate level proficiency in Microsoft Office applications such as Excel, Word, and Power Point.
  • Excellent customer service skills.
  • Must have the ability work successfully in a team situation with a diverse group of faculty and other staff.
  • Must demonstrate effective communication skills both in writing and speaking.
  • Must be able to develop and make effective presentations.
  • Must be an individual with a solid reputation for integrity and an ethical code of conduct with a leadership style which demonstrates the ability to provide the leadership required in this position.
  • Must be committed to the values of shared governance and maintain a philosophy of providing friendly, knowledgeable service and assistance to the campus community and surrounding areas.
  • A Bachelor’s degree in Law Enforcement, Police Administration, Criminal Justice or a closely related field required. A Master’s degree preferred.

This is a full time benefit eligible position. To apply please send a resume and cover letter with salary requirements to: Human Resources  Ref: 1417 University of St. Thomas 3800 Montrose Blvd. Houston, TX 77006 The University of St Thomas is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Chief, Campus Security and Parking Services, Facility Security Officer, Caltech (California Institute of Technology)

The Chief, Campus Security and Parking Services is responsible for assuring overall security of the Caltech campus and management of the security officer force. Reporting directly to the Associate Vice President for Facilities, the incumbent will manage the campus security organization, which is an unarmed, unsworn department that provides direct service 24 hours/days, and a wide array of security assets. He/She will provide leadership of patrol and enforcement efforts of the security officers, oversight of investigations, management of the campus parking system, and partnership with other areas on campus to ensure a safe and secure environment for faculty, staff and students.

The Chief is actively engaged with the Caltech campus, and works collaboratively with students, faculty, administrators and other internal and external constituents to promote campus safety. The Chief oversees educational outreach to include teaching and training faculty, staff and students on topics relating to safety, security and emergency preparedness. This position requires a combination of strategic leadership, subject matter expertise and strong relationship building skills to build an effective campus security program.

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Director of Public Safety and Emergency Management, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, the nations oldest and among the top-ranked private, technological research universities, invites nominations and applications for the position of Director of Public Safety and Emergency Management. Under the leadership of President Shirley Ann Jackson, Ph.D., Rensselaer offers degrees from five schools: Engineering; Science; Architecture; Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences; and, the Lally School of Management, as well as an interdisciplinary degree in Information Technology. The Institute provides rigorous, engaging, interactive learning environments and campus-wide opportunities for leadership, collaboration and creativity. Rensselaer currently enrolls 5,781 undergraduates and 1,109 graduate students in residential programs. About the Position Under the supervision of the Vice President for Administration, the Director of Public Safety and Emergency Management will lead and direct all campus-wide programs and activities related to campus safety and emergency management. The incumbent is responsible for providing leadership and expertise in the development and implementation of a comprehensive campus-wide Public Safety and Emergency Management programs to ensure the safety and security and welfare of all members within the campus community. The incumbent will develop and execute comprehensive Public Safety Protocols and practices for security, safety, and emergency management incidents. In addition, the incumbent will provide educational awareness and crime prevention; ensure security for special events, coordinate public safety activities with various city, county, state and federal law enforcement agencies when appropriate, and oversee a wide range of safety, public safety, emergency management, and services, which include responding to incidents or accidents, medical or fire emergencies, and requests for public assistance. The Director will leverage existing technology and assist in the design and implementation of new systems and technologies to enhance the safety and emergency management protocols and practices for the academic community. Essential functions of the position include: " Consults with and advises the Vice President for Administration on matters related to the safety and security of the Institute, policies and administrative issues and challenges. Keeps the Vice President for Administration informed of public safety and emergency management trends and developments both internally and externally. " Enforces federal, state, local laws and Rensselaer rules and regulations in order to provide a safe environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors at all Rensselaer locations. Serve as liaison with federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies; maintain and nurture positive and interactive relationships to achieve the public safety goals of Rensselaer. " Develops a fiscal year performance plan and operating budget that reflects the priorities and needs of the Department of Public Safety and Emergency Management. Implements Division protocols and practices for expenditure tracking and controls. " Oversees the recruitment, selection, development and evaluation of 40 staff. " Partners with the Director of Environmental Health and Safety & Risk Management in the development and coordination of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness plans and comprehensive protocols for the Institute. " Directs the investigation, resolution, and communication of criminal incidents, oversees crime prevention, educations and awareness programs; victim counseling, support and services; public and community relations; and emergency preparedness and medical response. " Consults with cooperating agencies to provide for effective public safety and emergency management operations; ensures that the usage of Rensselaer facilities are safe and secure at all times, and leads the development of appropriate physical security protection systems for all facilities in collaboration with design, engineering, and project management staff. " Oversees the administration and extension of the Access Control System, including vehicle access control to the campus; ensures appropriate policy development for public safety, emergency and risk management. " Develops and maintains operational capabilities required for patrol and response to a nuclear reactor in accordance with Nuclear Regulatory Commission standards. " Instructs Institute leaders; direct reports; and volunteers during an campus emergency event; and acts as a liaison for external public safety, police, and public relations agencies; coordinates transportation of internal and external constituencies during campus events. Qualifications A bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice or related field is required. A Master's degree and advanced law enforcement executive training is preferred. At least 10 years of law enforcement management experience, with 5 years or more in a supervisory capacity at the command level (lieutenant or above), in a medium or large policing environment with demonstrated progressively increasing responsibilities is also required. Experience in building cooperative working relationships with a wide range of constituencies and experience in the development of new service or programmatic initiatives in conjunction with other areas outside of their immediate department; a working knowledge of National Incident Management System (NIMS) and Incident Command System (ICS) protocols, and experience in developing emergency operation plans and Incident Action Plans are required. Requisite skills also include the ability to interact effectively with diverse populations in a positive and empowering manner; strong written, verbal, and group communication skills; organizational and management skills including budget management, strategic planning, evaluation and assessment, time management, statistical analysis; and problem solving. Past professional experience on a college or university campus, building strong relationships between police, the university community, and campus departments is preferred. How to Apply Interested individuals should send a letter describing their interest in and qualifications for the position, a resume, and contact information including email addresses for five references. The packet should be sent electronically to The subject line in the email should be DPSRPI. Confidential inquiries will be received at 585.366.4329. The process will continue until the position is filled. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has a strong institutional commitment to diversity and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.

Director of Training  Project Position, IACLEA

Job Summary:  The Director of Training will be responsible for providing effective management of the Executive Development Institute, Annual Conference Educational Components, Webinars, Emerging Issues Series and new course development. The candidate will collaborate with federal partner agencies, other professional associations, academic institutions and IACLEA members.  

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Responsible for developing curriculum to enhance safety, security, law enforcement and public safety capabilities for institutions of higher education.  Curriculum development will be coordinated with IACLEA members and subject matter experts. Ensure the instructional integrity of course development projects through systematic design, clear writing of objectives, scripts, narratives, story boards and other state of the art training processes. 
  2. Provides a high level of knowledge and skill in course development and the public safety discipline. 
  3. Responsible for procuring host sites and securing participants for training courses. 
  4. Responsible for assisting with training logistics to include but not limited to coordinating scheduling, course materials, delivery and post workshop follow up.    
  5. Responsible for staying current on emergent higher education safety and security topics and trends, including technology, policy and federal compliance.
  6. Responsible for developing other safety and security courses and training to meet the mission of IACLEA.
  7. Adheres to IACLEA’s policies, procedures, and regulations. 
  8. Be willing to work with a team of individuals to increase the engagement of the IACLEA membership. 
  9. This position will report to the Executive Director of the Association via the Director of Operations.

Required Qualifications: 
Education and/or Experience: Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 5 years’ experience in law enforcement, public safety or security fields.  Experience in training development and experience in higher education are preferred.   The successful candidate must be based in the Washington DC area or being willing to relocate there within 30 days of a successful job offer/acceptance. 

Salary and Benefits:
The salary range for this position is $65,000- $75,000.  Retirement contributions and health reimbursement account are provided.   

Established in 1958, the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators is recognized as the leading authority in campus public safety.  Through education, training, accreditation of agencies and other membership services, the Association continues to enhance the level of crime prevention, emergency preparedness, investigation and other public safety, law enforcement and security services.  If you have any questions, please contact Executive Director Sue Riseling 860 586-7541.    

To apply, send a resume and letter of interest to Maddie Gosser by April 30, 2017.

Director of University Police, Loyola University New Orleans

Located in beautiful and historic Uptown New Orleans, Loyola University New Orleans is a Jesuit, Catholic institution of higher education, welcoming students of diverse backgrounds and preparing them to lead meaningful lives with and for others; to pursue truth, wisdom, and virtue; and to work for a more just world. The university is grounded in the liberal arts and sciences, and offers undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs to 3,800 students from 48 states and 39 countries. U.S. News & World Report ranks Loyola University 10th Best Regional University in the South, 4th in the region for diversity, and 12th “Best Value” in the South. Chartered in 1912, Loyola fosters a rigorous, critical education dedicated to a tradition of service, social justice, and the development of the whole person.

The Director is responsible for the development and maintenance of a total program of campus security which provides for the protection of all members of the University community, guests and University property. The Director is also responsible for providing traffic and parking enforcement and the issuance of Loyola’s ID cards under the banner of Parking & ID Services section. The Director provides leadership for personnel, programmatic, management and budgetary supervision for the entire department.

Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice or related field and significant on the job law enforcement training. Minimum of seven years of full-time professional experience in law enforcement, with at least five of those years being in some level of supervisory experience. Significant background, experience and training in law enforcement, preferably with experience on a college campus. Basic knowledge of criminal justice and law enforcement theory. A comprehensive understanding of the college student and the ability, disposition and desire to work with students, faculty, and staff in a university campus setting. An ability to articulate to departmental members and the campus community the mission, role, programs, policies and procedures of the Public Safety Department. Good organizational, administrative, supervisory and human relations skills. Must possess and maintain a current valid driver’s license as a condition of employment, and must also be able to successfully pass any driver background information investigation and any driver education courses required by Risk Management. Performance and conduct which is basically supportive of the principles and traditions of a Catholic, Jesuit higher education and the goals of the University. Must have the ability to work weekends, nights and holidays, as needed. Experience on a college campus strongly preferred.

To apply: Email a cover letter and resume to

Loyola University New Orleans is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. We particularly encourage applications from women and members of minority groups protected under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, and persons with physical disabilities.

Director, Chief of Police, Northern Arizona University

Director, Chief of Police #603023

Northern Arizona University (NAU) seeks a collaborative and engaged leader for the position of Chief of Police. The successful applicant will be an experienced, collaborative, results-oriented leader. The ideal candidate will have experience in all aspects of university policing, professional policing, organizational change, and community policing. Responsibilities of this position include organizing, directing and coordinating the divisions of the department. Leading the department in proactive enforcement and development of programs and strategies to address the very unique issues facing a university community. Working with representatives of federal, state, city, and county criminal justice agencies. Speaking before community organizations, the media, and others on the plans, objectives, policies, programs and problems of the department. And attending conferences, conventions, and other educational and professional meetings to remain aware of modern police methods and administration.

Minimum Qualifications: Applicants will have a graduated from an accredited college or university with a Bachelors degree and have a minimum of 10 years of progressively responsible law enforcement experience including 5 years of supervisory and/or management experience. The applicant must be Arizona POST certified or have the ability to achieve Arizona certification through the waiver process within six months and must possess, or obtain upon employment an Arizona drivers license. At the time of employment the applicant must reside within a thirty minute response time to the university.

Annual Salary: Commensurate with experience.

Application Deadline: Open until further notice.

Please see for full job descriptions and details on how to apply online! NAU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution. Women, minorities, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Emergency Manager, California State University, Northridge Dept. of Police Services

GENERAL INFORMATION: Hours: 40 hrs/wk; Monday through Friday; will include some holidays, nights, and weekends.

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT: The Department of Police Services is an accredited, full-service law enforcement agency. University police officers are State peace officers vested with full law enforcement authority including arrest authority. Officers meet training requirements mandated by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) as well as training designed to meet the needs of the university community.

MAJOR DUTIES: Under the general direction of the Chief of Police/Director of Police Services, the Emergency Manager provides leadership and collaboration in the development and implementation of the campus emergency management program, strategies and initiatives; coordinates all emergency management planning and operations for the campus and has overall responsibility for implementation of the Campus Emergency Management Plan (EMP); represents CSUN to the national, state, and local emergency management community. The incumbent assesses all campus emergency management programs on an ongoing basis to ensure coordination of response, to minimize the impact of emergencies to life and property and ensure compliance with California State University executive orders applicable to emergency management as well as audit standards; participates in State and Chancellor’s Office planning and compliance audits as they relate to emergency management; develops and provide training programs to members of the Emergency Operation Center (EOC) staff; develops and conducts formal emergency management seminars and training to help educate staff, faculty, students, and university residential population; develops emergency preparedness educational materials (brochures, flyers, articles, etc.); designs and conducts training exercises and drills to test the effectiveness of the EMP; responsible for coordination, training, and facilitation of emergency notification systems used at CSUN; assists in the preparation and submittal of grant requests for the purpose of funding program activities or purchasing materials and supplies; participates in development, implementation and maintenance of policies, objectives, short and long-range planning; serves as focal point for special projects involving analysis, development and evaluation of polices and strategies to achieve the objectives of the emergency management and response planning, preparedness and hazard mitigation; communicates, works closely with and disseminates information to the Chief of Police and other campus personnel on program activities, developments and plan updates. At the direction of the Chief of Police, is required to respond to the campus in a timely fashion in the event of an emergency. The incumbent may fulfill the role of EOC Director in his/her absence and/or as directed coordinating all campus response in an emergency; coordinate’s CSUN’s CERT team; and performs other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS: Equivalent to graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree in Emergency Management, Homeland Security, Fire and Life Safety or a job-related field required. Equivalent to five years of full-time, progressively responsible relevant experience required; which includes experience in local, state or federal emergency management agency or major university environment preferred. Oversight and administration of a program with supervision and/or lead experience.

CERTIFICATION: Certified Emergency Manager (CEM) credential from the International Association of Emergency Managers is desirable. Certification in a disaster related program, participation and membership in regional organizations related to emergency management and preparedness is preferred. Ability to obtain current CPR Certification and First Aid training.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES: Thorough knowledge of emergency management programs. Knowledge of principles, concepts and terminology in emergency preparedness and of legal/regulatory basis for current emergency management and homeland security initiatives and programs. Well versed in Standardized Emergency Management Systems (SEMS), Incident Command System (ICS), the California Emergency Services Act, the Natural Disaster Assistance Act, and the Robert T. Stafford Act. Participation and membership in regional organizations such as the Office of Emergency Services Mutual Aid Regional Advisory Committee (MARAC), California Emergency Services Association, International Association of Emergency Managers, etc. Ability and specialized skills to: take initiative and independently plan, organize, coordinate, and perform work in various situations where numerous and diverse demands are involved; expertise in investigating and analyzing problems with a broad administrative impact and implications; ability to train others and provide lead work direction; interpret, and apply a wide variety of policies and procedures to develop conclusions and make recommendations; perform basic research and statistical analysis; analyze data and make accurate projections using business mathematics and basic statistics; communicate effectively both orally and in writing.

PAY, BENEFITS, & WORK SCHEDULE: The university offers an excellent benefits package. The salary range for this classification is: $4693 - $7617 per month. The anticipated hiring range: $4693 - $6,200 dependent upon qualifications and experience. A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered a position with the CSU. Work schedule is generally Monday through Friday, 8:00 am  5:00 pm.


INITIAL REVIEW BEGINS: Applications received prior to April 3, 2017 will be considered in the initial screening and will continue until position is filled. In order to be considered in the initial review, applications must be submitted prior to the date listed above. Application submissions received after the application screening date will be reviewed at the discretion of the University. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: California State University, Northridge is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, medical condition, marital status, veteran status, or disability. Reasonable accommodations will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose by contacting Recruitment Services.

Law Enforcement Captain, Florida International University Police

About FIU Florida International University is classified by Carnegie as a R1: Doctoral Universities - Highest Research Activity and recognized as a Carnegie engaged university. It is a public research university with colleges and schools that offers 196 bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral programs in fields such as engineering, computer science, international relations, architecture, law and medicine. As one of South Florida’s anchor institutions, FIU contributes almost $9 billion each year to the local economy. FIU is Worlds Ahead in finding solutions to the most challenging problems of our time. FIU emphasizes research as a major component of its mission. FIU has awarded more than 220,000 degrees and enrolls more than 54,000 students in two campuses and three centers including FIU Downtown on Brickell, FIU@I-75, and the Miami Beach Urban Studios. FIU’s Medina Aquarius Program houses the Aquarius Reef Base, a unique underwater research facility in the Florida Keys. FIU also supports artistic and cultural engagement through its three museums: Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, the Wolfsonian-FIU, and the Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU. FIU is a member of Conference USA and more than 400 student-athletes participating in 18 sports. For more information about FIU, visit

Job Summary Protects life and property, assists with the enforcement of State Laws by commanding assigned shifts on both MMC and BBC. Supervises sergeants, law enforcement officers and police Service Technicians when assigned to his/her shift. Operate a motor vehicle in the performance of these duties.

Directs coordinates, and reviews the work plan for assigned patrol shifts or sections; meets with staff to identify and resolve problems; assigns work activities and projects; monitors work flow; reviews and evaluates work products, methods and procedures; prepares for and conducts squad or section briefings or roll-calls.

Participates in the development and implementation of goals, objectives, policies and priorities for the operations, investigations, communications, training, special operations and other departmental functions; identifies resources needs; recommends and implements policies and procedures.

Participates in the development and administration of the budget for the assigned area of responsibility; forecasts funds needed for staffing equipment; recommends adjustments as necessary.

Commands a patrol unit during special events when assigned. Coordinates the organization, scheduling, staffing and operational activities for a patrol shift or division within the Department.

Analyze, interpret and evaluate work performance of subordinates. Prepares monthly and yearly supervisory reports, evaluations and inspections. Investigates and recommends disciplinary action. Participates in the section, training, motivating, evaluation discipline, and termination of personnel. Coordinates staff training and work with the employees on correcting deficiencies.

Coordinates assigned activities with other divisions, agencies, the University community and the general public. Responds to internal or external requests for information about departmental matters. Investigates and makes reports about accidents, injuries and unusual incidents involving departmental personnel.

Oversees and monitors the treatment and condition of prisoners and other persons detained by the department.

Authorizes call of 'off-duty' officers as necessary for personnel shortages, major incidents and specialized functions; notifies superiors of major incidents; prepares comprehensive reports on incidents occurring during tour of duty.

Oversees the maintenance and repair of all assigned departmental equipment and supplies; inspects equipment regularly; maintains appropriate inventory levels of supplies and materials; oversees the storage and security of evidence; may assist in monitoring facility maintenance.

Supervises the Law Enforcement Lieutenants.

Performs essential duties during emergencies, such as hurricanes, storms and/or any other University emergency closing. Is expected to be available to report to work as needed during University emergency closings with appropriate notification by department administrator.

Serves as Assistant Chief during the Assistant Chief's absence.

Minimum Qualifications Must meet the requirements of Chapter 943, Florida Statutes, and have four (4) years of sworn law enforcement or sworn investigative experience. College coursework or vocational training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience. Police Certification Valid Florida Driver's License CDL - Class E

Departmental Requirements Knowledge of legal processes, criminal justice system, law enforcement principles and techniques. Ability to analyze data. Ability to follow written and verbal instruction. Ability to supervise and train employees. Ability to push, pull, stoop, and squat. Ability to work in standing or sitting positions for extended periods. Excellent communication (oral & written) skills. Excellent writing skills.

Job Category Administrative
Advertised Salary $70,000

Pre-Employment Requirements Credit Check Criminal Background Check Driver's License Check Drug Screening Fingerprinting Check Health Care Screening Psychological Testing Reference Checks

How To Apply
Prospective Employee If you have not created a registered account, you will be asked to create a username and password for use of the system. It is recommended that you provide an active/valid e-mail account as that will be the main source of communication regarding your status within the process.

In order to be considered eligible for the position as an internal candidate, departmental staff must meet minimum requirements of the position, be in good performance standing, and have been continuously employed at the University for at least six months.

Before you begin the process, we recommend that you are prepared to attach electronic copies of your resume, cover letter or any other documents within the application process. It is recommended that you combine your cover letter and resume/curriculum vitae into one attachment. Attached documents should be in Microsoft Word or PDF format. All applicants are required to complete the online application including work history and educational details (if applicable), even when attaching a resume.

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Clery Notice

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act, the University Police department at Florida International University provides information on crimes statistics, crime prevention, law enforcement, crime reporting, and other related issues for the past three (3) calendar years. The FIU Annual Security report is available online at:

To obtain a paper copy of the report, please visit the FIU Police Department located at 885 SW 109th Avenue, Miami, FL, 33199 (PG5 Market Station).

Pay Transparency Florida International University will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information.

FIU is a member of the State University System of Florida and an Equal Opportunity, Equal Access Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law

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 (Evanston Campus), Northwestern University

Northwestern University Opportunity (Job ID 30781):

Northwestern University seeks to employ a varied and diverse range of dynamic people who understand the importance of our mission and vision. When you consider a career at Northwestern University, you know that you are joining an institution with a deep history of academic, professional and personal excellence.

Currently, we have a career opportunity as a Police Officer (Evanston Campus).
Job Summary: The Police Officer community policing, patrol, law enforcement, investigations, parking enforcement, building security, special event coverage and communications. Community policing and law enforcement are the primary responsibilities. Please Note: Shift work is performed indoors and outdoors. Must be prepared to work overtime - including shift or special event overtime that occurs on off hours or days off. Police officers are essential employees who may be called in during hazardous situations and events.
Application deadline: April 21, 2017.
Specific Responsibilities: " Crime suppression and law enforcement are primary responsibilities. Actively participates in community policing and crime prevention efforts. Communicates with students, faculty, and staff to inform them of the variables that influence crime as well as recommending crime prevention and security standards that can be used to reduce risk. Establishes personal contacts with community members and presents crime prevention programs. " Patrols the Evanston or Chicago campus on foot or by vehicle, in uniform or plain clothes, to protect lives and secure property. " Responds to emergency and non-emergency calls for assistance, arrests violators, and completes police reports. Challenges suspicious persons and issues trespass warnings when appropriate, recording information on a field interview report and issuing stop receipts. Completes necessary reports with job functions, enforces traffic laws and city ordinances, and cites violators as necessary. " Conducts thorough follow-up investigations and makes every effort to clear criminal cases. " Enforce University parking rules and regulations and orders violators towed when appropriate. " Conducts premise checks and properly secures and unsecure doors as required " Polices special events as assigned. " Speaks clearly and concisely using proper radio procedure. " Performs other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications: " Successful completion of a full 4-year course of study in an accredited college or university leading to a bachelor's or higher degree; OR four years’ service in a branch of the military; or graduation from a law enforcement training academy acceptable to the Illinois Law Enforcement training board and the ability to pass the Boards equivalency examination. " Must be 21 years of age at the time of application. " Must be a United States citizen. " Must not have any felony convictions or any misdemeanor convictions defined in Illinois Compiled Statutes 50 ILCS 705/6.
Minimum Competencies: (Skills, knowledge, and abilities.) " Ability, to successfully complete, or obtain a waiver for, the Basic Law Enforcement Training Course as prescribed by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board and meet all other standards required for certification as a police officer in the State of Illinois. " Ability to legally own a firearm and maintain State and Department qualification requirements. " Ability to meet all Police Officer minimum qualifications. " Ability to satisfactorily complete a comprehensive psychological exam administered by a licensed psychologist, and a financial and criminal background investigation, including criminal history/fingerprint check and driving records check. " Ability to pass a drug screening. " Ability to pass a complete physical examination including drug screening. Eye sight, corrected to 20/20, with normal color vision, peripheral vision and depth perception. Body weight proportionate to height. " Ability to satisfactorily complete a written exam to evaluate ability to perform successfully in the position. " Possession of a valid driver's license in state of residency and ability to operate a police vehicle in a safe manner at all times. " Ability, to pass a physical ability assessment test as prescribed by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board. " Ability to successfully complete a field training program and a one year probationary period. " As required by the position, must maintain knowledge of constitutional laws, laws for arrest, search, and seizure, criminal procedure, state statutes, and local ordinances.
Preferred Qualifications: " Bachelor’s Degree, Police Academy Graduate, or the equivalent combination of education, training and experience from which comparable skills can be acquired.
Working at Northwestern University:
Beyond being a place to learn and grow professionally, Northwestern is an exciting and fulfilling place to work! Northwestern offers many benefit options to full and part-time employees including: competitive compensation; excellent retirement plans; comprehensive medical, dental and vision coverage; dependent care match; vacation, sick and holiday pay; professional development opportunities and tuition reimbursement.

Northwestern greatly values work/life balance amongst its employees. Take advantage of recreational, cultural, and enrichment opportunities on campus. Employees also receive access to childcare solutions, retail discounts, and other work/life balance resources.

Northwestern University is an equal opportunity employer and strongly believes in creating an environment that welcomes students, faculty and staff of all races, nationalities and religions. In doing so, we offer our students the opportunity to learn and grow in diverse communities preparing them for successful careers in an increasingly global and diverse work force.
For consideration, please click on the link below. You will be directed to Northwestern University's electronic recruiting system, eRecruit, where you will apply for current openings. Once you apply, you will receive an email confirming submission of your resume. For all resumes received, if there is interest in your candidacy, the human resources recruiter or the department hiring manager will contact you. Job Opening ID number for this position is 30781.
As per Northwestern University policy, this position requires a criminal background check. As per Northwestern University policy, this position requires a criminal background check. Successful applicants will need to submit to a criminal background check prior to employment.

Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes, including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States

Public Safety Officer, Brown University

The Public Safety Officer is a non-sworn uniformed, civilian employee of the Brown University Department of Public Safety. This person is trained to serve the department in two capacities. - The primary responsibility is performing security patrols of a given post on campus. - The secondary responsibility is serving as a Communication Control Officer (CCO) as needed to meet required staffing levels.

Patrol-related responsibilities include prevention patrol of the post; external patrol and internal inspection of all University property and development of a working knowledge of the activity and community on the post. Protect University property. Enforce all University rules and regulations. Provide non-criminal services to the Brown University community. Provide rescue functions. Write non-criminal reports and witness statements as dictated by their responsibilities. Testify in any University hearing or criminal court necessitated by performance. Assist the Campus Police Officer when called upon. Initiate and enhance communication between the Department and the community. Assist with identifying problems to community awareness and communications.

Communication Control Officer responsibilities include performing specialized work in receiving, routing and dispatching requests for services which come through the Communication Center. Maintain accurate status of all field units. Monitor various radio frequencies. Maintain and react to alarm systems. Maintain specified logs. Initiate communication receipts. Perform routine clerical tasks.

Qualifications: " Must have a high school diploma/GED. " Must be 21 years of age or older. " Valid driver's license encouraged; not required. " Must pass a background investigation. Candidates must not have any felony convictions or serious misdemeanor convictions. " Must pass a psychological examination administered by the University of Rhode Island, and a physical examination administered by University Health Services. " Must have a voice compatible in tone and diction with the radio and telephone systems and be able to communicate effectively and coherently over law enforcement radio channels while initiating and responding to radio communications. " Must have strong interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to develop and maintain mutually cooperative relationships with students, staff, faculty and the neighboring community. " Must be able to communicate with sensitivity and tact and maintain confidentiality. " Must be able to effectively give information and directions. " Must be able to prepare reports, including sketches, using appropriate grammar, symbols and mathematical computations. " Must have strong typing/computer skills. " Must be capable of prioritizing tasks and handling a multiphasic position. " Must successfully pass this Department's Public Safety Officer training program, including receiving instruction on Use of Force policy as it applies to Public Safety Officers, and demonstrating proficiency with MEB & ASR. " Must successfully complete a 12-month probationary period (six months if promoted into this position) An employee transferred or promoted from a part-time to a full-time position, or an employee transferred or promoted during the first twelve months of employment with the Department, shall serve a twelve (12) month probation in the new position.

Requirements: " Must be able to engage in security functions that include such things as working various shifts, walking on foot patrol, climbing stairs and physically checking the doors and windows of buildings to ensure that they are secure. " Must be able to perform and directly assist in rescue operations which may involve lifting, carrying and dragging heavy objects, climbing over and pulling oneself over obstacles, jumping down from elevated surfaces, climbing through openings, jumping over obstacles, crawling in confined areas, balancing on uneven or narrow surfaces and using body force to gain entrance through barriers.
To View More Details and To Apply, please use this link to the position on Brown’s Career Site:
Applicants are required to use the Brown Career Site to apply for the position and to submit their resume, cover letter and any related documents. Please check the status of your application through the account you create when you apply. Application deadline: Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Brown University is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive academic global community; as an EEO/AA employer, Brown considers applicants for employment without regard to, and does not discriminate on the basis of, gender, race, protected veteran status, disability, or any other legally protected status.

Brown is being recognized by the Alliance for Work-Life Progress for success in work-life programs, policies and practices. To earn the Seal of Distinction, Brown had to meet criteria and be assessed in each of the seven categories listed for work-life effectiveness that defines a best-in-class work-life portfolio in today's workplace.

Public Safety Officer, Public Safety - N17015N1, University of Southern Indiana

The University of Southern Indiana seeks to fill the following full-time, benefits eligible position. Benefits include medical, dental, group term life, full tuition waiver for employees and 75% tuition waiver for spouses and dependent children, vision benefits and more.
Public Safety Officer, Public Safety

The Public Safety Officer provides primary coverage for the public safety  security function for University buildings, property, and grounds and assists students, employees, and visitors as needed. The primary responsibilities include patrolling, on foot or in vehicle, University buildings, housing, and grounds; protecting property and persons from theft, fire, vandalism, disturbances, and safety hazards; providing emergency medical response until arrival of professional help, and preparing and writing reports in regard to all accidents, investigations, and incidences. This position will also direct traffic during peak traffic times and special campus events, and issue traffic violation notices or tickets.

High School diploma/GED required, two years of college course work preferred. Two years of security, security related, law enforcement, or military related experience required. Knowledge of security enforcement methods and techniques required. Ability to enforce university rules, regulations, and enforce laws firmly, tactfully and consistently required. Ability to maintain confidentiality also required. Candidates must obtain and thereafter maintain: Health care provider CPR, AED, Standard first aid; Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) / First Responder; National Academies of Emergency Dispatch  Emergency Medical Dispatcher (EMD); National Incident Management System (NIMS); Community Emergency Response Team (CERT); INCLEA Campus Protection Officer Course (CPO). Other certifications/ recertification or specializations as assigned or required. In order to obtain certifications, must pass the third-party provider’s criminal background check and physical examination.

Public Safety Training Coordinator, American University

Position Title: Public Safety Training Coordinator (13833)

Position Number: 13833 Salary Range: $30.77 - $32.22/hr ($64,000 to $67,000/yr) Work Hours per Week: 40-Non-Exempt Position Type: Full-time Staff

Description: The Public Safety Training Coordinator develops and organizes training programs for members of both the American University Police Department and the university community. The coordinator will manage internal training programs for police officers, dispatchers and civilian staff, including in-service, remedial and other required training programs. He/she will serve as the primary liaison with the Consortium of Universities Campus Public Safety Institute and will collaborate with other agencies on training standards and programs. The coordinator will administer training programs for university students, faculty, staff and other affiliates on crime prevention, emergency preparedness, international travel safety, and personal safety/self-defense. He/she conducts training for university faculty, staff and students on vehicle operation policies and procedures. He/she will be responsible for developing curriculum, building presentations, and scheduling instructors and will manage training requests, associated records, and compliance requirements.

Educational Requirements: Bachelor’s degree is required.

Minimum Requirements: -5 years of related experience, or a combination of education and experience which demonstrates the necessary skills and abilities required for the position -Must have experience working in a law enforcement, security or emergency preparedness setting -Must have experience coordinating and conducting training in a law enforcement or emergency preparedness program -Must have excellent oral and written communication skills and ability to interact with a diverse population -Must have demonstrated experience conducting training, making presentations and developing course curriculum -Must have knowledge of law enforcement training standards, crime prevention methods and emergency preparedness training programs -Possess and maintain a current driver’s license; successfully obtain the University’s approval to drive University vehicles

Preferred Requirements: -Demonstrated experience coordinating policing or emergency preparedness/emergency management programs -Comprehensive knowledge of community policing techniques (obtained via experience, education, and training) -Knowledge of police training requirements, criminal law and procedure of the District of Columbia -Ability to obtain certification as a self-defense instructor through RAD Systems or a similar program -Possess certification as a National Crime Prevention Specialist and/or training in crime prevention through environmental design -Possess certifications to instruct law enforcement and/or emergency preparedness topics through a federal, state or local agency or other nationally recognized organization

Additional Information: Position is required to be able to work outside normal business hours to include nights and weekends.

Hiring offers for this position are contingent on the successful completion of a background check.

American University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution that operates in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. The university does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex (including pregnancy), age, sexual orientation, disability, marital status, personal appearance, gender identity and expression, family responsibilities, political affiliation, source of income, veteran status, an individual’s genetic information or any other bases under federal or local laws (collectively "Protected Bases") in its programs and activities.

Safe Rides Program Manager, University of Oregon

The University of Oregon's Police Department is searching for an energetic individual to join our team as the Safe Rides Program Manager. This complex position will oversee the day to day work flow of the Safe Rides/Designated Driver Shuttle Program. If you pride yourself in professional customer service, excel in coordination of projects, and seek a challenging opportunity please consider joining our team. For a description of the position and application procedures, go to EO/AA/Veterans/Disability institution committed to cultural diversity. Position subject to criminal background check.

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University Police Chief #7112, Christopher Newport University

Christopher Newport University invites applications for the position of University Police Chief. The University Police Chief directs, plans, and manages all functions and operations of the Police Department in the enforcement of laws, statutes, and University regulations, the prevention of crime, and the protection of life and property in support of the mission of the University. The successful candidate will use independent judgment and discretion, provide leadership, vision and direction for a safe and secure campus; provide strategic planning and constructive solutions to the full range of administrative challenges related to public safety; effectively lead and manage the University Police Department, which encompasses all administrative, operational and financial responsibilities for a 24 hour, 365 days a year department by providing direction and oversight; hire and evaluate performance for Police Department classified staff and ensure appropriate training; provide law enforcement perspective, advice, support and information to University leaders on policy and procedural changes that impact departmental operations; lead and manage uniformed patrol, criminal investigation, crime prevention, personnel recruitment and training, crime statistic reporting, community relations, special event security, and other law enforcement services; develop and update policies and procedures, ensuring best practices are being followed; manage the safety and protection of students, faculty, staff, and visitors, and safeguard the property from criminal activity and during emergency situations; work closely with a variety of campus and local constituents to develop and implement programs and services related to the welfare and safety of students, faculty, staff and guests; serve as the public representative of the department, maintaining high visibility and engagement in appropriate community activities, to include neighborhood watch meetings and the University-Newport News Neighborhood Relations Committee; establish and maintain strong collaborative relationships with University constituents and local, regional, state and federal law enforcement agencies; direct the investigation and reporting of crimes, accidents and incidents for adequacy, accuracy, and conformance with Virginia Uniform Crime Reporting; instruct and train campus police personnel in law enforcement, security, health and safety, operation of the department, university policies, applicable federal, state, and local laws, incident report preparation, use of communication system; and, police and security equipment; ensure timely and accurate reporting in compliance with local, state and federal regulations and higher education guidelines, including the direction and oversight for the preparation of the Annual Security Report in accordance with federal mandates and related guidelines; in consultation with University Counsel and other subject matter experts, monitor changes in laws, court decisions, and regulations at the federal and state level which are applicable to an institution of higher learning such as the Student Right to Know Act, FERPA, ADA, Title IX, and the Campus Security Act of 1990; serve as a member of the Emergency Policy Group, the Threat Assessment Team, the Behavior Intervention Team for Students, and the Student Affairs Leadership Team; develop and maintain exceptional customer service within the department and with all constituencies to include students, faculty, staff, guests, and employees; demonstrate a positive and professional attitude and treat everyone with dignity and respect; fully support the “Student’s First” value at CNU and routinely go the extra mile in providing service; and perform other duties as assigned

A Master’s degree, in criminal justice or related field and significant policing experience is required. Must also be a graduate of an advanced Law Enforcement Executive Development Program such as Command Training school or FBI Academy. Individual must be certified or eligible for certification by the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services and possession of or eligible for a valid Virginia driver’s license. The successful candidate must have significant experience in the administration of a comprehensive security program at the federal, state, municipal or campus police level in the demonstration of law enforcement techniques, procedures, operations, investigations, court procedures, crime prevention, safety, and security; exceptional communication skills, both oral and written; possess initiative and drive; demonstrated ability in interacting productively with community; the ability to exercise tact and good judgment; ability to interpret federal, state, and local laws; extensive knowledge of police procedures, principles, and techniques; demonstrated ability in working harmoniously with all levels of management, staff, and external constituencies; demonstrated ability to plan and implement a law enforcement and public safety program at an institution of higher education; the ability to analyze a broad range of law enforcement, security and safety problems and develop and implement resolutions; must have the ability to plan security for special activities, events, and functions; must have the ability to maintain relevant professional training standards and certifications; must have demonstrated familiarity with Incident Command and Emergency Preparedness systems; demonstrated ability to evaluate a situation, make effective decisions under pressure, and direct/take appropriate action; demonstrated skill in dealing with administrative protocols at all levels within a complex organization; and the ability to work evening and weekend hours. Preference will be giving to candidates who have progressively responsible policing experience in a college or university setting; experience working with financial data and managing an operating budget; experience working with sexual assault and trauma victims; experience working with a diverse student population; and experience with Threat Assessment Teams and processes.

Selected by The Princeton Review to be included in The 381 Best Colleges: 2017 Edition, Christopher Newport University is a public school offering a private school experience -- great teaching, small classes, and a safe, vibrant campus. A “student-first, teaching-first” community, CNU is dedicated to the ideals of scholarship, leadership and service. The University is located in Newport News, Virginia and enrolls 5,100 students. Academic programs at CNU encompass more than 90 areas of study, from biology to business administration and political science to the performing arts. The University has recently completed over $1 billion in capital construction on its 260-acre campus, generated nearly 8,000 applications for a freshmen class of 1,200 and has been ranked by U.S. News & World Report’s America’s Best Colleges guide as fifth among public regional universities in the South and 14th among all regional universities in the South. In addition, CNU is ranked third among all public schools for having "the highest proportion of classes with fewer than 20 students.” Christopher Newport University is committed to ensuring that all people are welcomed, honored and fully engaged in the life of our academic community. We seek exceptional and diverse candidates and encourage applications from individuals who are underrepresented in their profession. For further details and information about Christopher Newport, visit

Interested parties are requested to submit a cover letter; current resume; and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of at least three professional references to:
Director of Faculty Recruitment University Police Chief Search Search # 7112 Christopher Newport University 1 Avenue of the Arts Newport News, VA 23606-3072 Or

Review of applications will begin April 23, 2017. Applications received after April 23, 2017, will be accepted but considered only if needed. Search finalists are required to complete a CNU sponsored background check.

Christopher Newport University, an EO Employer, is fully committed to Access and Opportunity.