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Campus Police Officer, Portland State University

CAMPUS POLICE OFFICER Description of Portland State University & Campus Public Safety Campus Public Safety is a community oriented and trust based policing agency within Portland State University. Public Safety plays an integral role in the university community by providing a safe, secure, and welcoming environment. The mission is to foster a climate that encourages a free, open, and civil exchange of ideas in support of the educational, research, and public safety goals of the university. Campus Public Safety recognizes and promotes the value of multiculturalism and inclusiveness consistent with a spirit of responsible citizenship within the international community. Portland State University is a diverse and ever changing community. Constant efforts by the Campus Public Safety are necessary to partner with and educate the community to deter, reduce, and solve crimes as well as to resolve issues through modern policing. Position Summary Portland State University Campus Police Officers are responsible for maintaining peace and public safety through enforcement of laws, performing traffic control, and providing emergency services on Portland State University owned and controlled properties. Police Officer must at all times support the Portland State University mission, provide essential law enforcement functions, and respect the right and dignity of all individuals. Campus Police Officers must interact effectively with the campus community (student, faculty, staff, administrators, visitors, and members of the public), demonstrating trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, communication, justice, fairness, caring, civic virtue, and citizenship, while maintaining integrity, ethical values, pride, and professionalism. Minimum Qualifications US citizen within 18 months of hire Age 21 or older at the time of application High school diploma or equivalent DPSST Certified as Basic Police or higher. Possess a current Oregon drivers license at time of appointment No felony convictions under federal or state law No Class A misdemeanor convictions within three years of application Must be able to pass the Oregon Physical Abilities Test (ORPAT) Preferred Qualifications Field Training Officer qualified (FTO). Key Cultural Competencies Creates an environment that acknowledges, encourages and celebrates differences. Functions and communicates effectively and respectfully within the context of varying beliefs, behaviors, orientations, identities and cultural backgrounds. Seeks opportunities to gain experience working and collaborating in diverse, multicultural, and inclusive settings with a willingness to change for continual improvement Adheres to all PSUs policies including the policies on Prohibited Discrimination & Harassment and the Professional Standards of Conduct. Work Days/Hours Varies Total Compensation Range & Benefits Statement The annual salary rate for this position will be $50,440 with an excellent benefits package including 95% premium paid healthcare; a generous retirement and vacation package; and reduced tuition rates for employee, spouse or dependent at any of the Oregon Public Universities. Application Instructions Position requires the employee to drive a motor vehicle Background Check Required Apply for this job at Posting Close Date: Open Until Filled Contact: Charrie Kafouros,, 503-725-4012

Campus Police Sergeant, Portland State University

Description of Portland State University & Campus Public Safety Campus Public Safety is a community oriented and trust based policing agency within Portland State University. Public Safety plays an integral role in the university community by providing a safe, secure, and welcoming environment. The mission is to foster a climate that encourages a free, open, and civil exchange of ideas in support of the educational, research, and public safety goals of the university. Campus Public Safety recognizes and promotes the value of multiculturalism and inclusiveness consistent with a spirit of responsible citizenship within the international community. Portland State University is a diverse and ever changing community. Constant efforts by the Campus Public Safety are necessary to partner with and educate the community to deter, reduce, and solve crimes as well as to resolve issues through modern policing A uniformed first-line supervisory position within Portland State University Campus Public Safety. Sergeants may be assigned to a variety of complex administrative, operational and programmatic functions throughout the department. Supervision is exercised over Public Safety Officers, Police Officers and within certain assignments, civilian personnel. Campus Police Sergeants work independently in performing regularly assigned duties under general direction of a Lieutenant or other higher ranking administrators. The Police Sergeant may at times be the highest ranking law enforcement/public safety official on campus. As such, the incumbent is expected to make emergency command decisions without the benefit of consultation from a higher authority. Due to the potential decision-making nature of the position, the Sergeant must be prepared to provide immediate direction to the community by making decisions for the University that may marginally relate to law enforcement/public safety until such time as higher-level authority arrives on scene. Minimum of Five (5) years of progressively responsible law enforcement experience to include supervision of law enforcement personnel, coordination of specialized duties and/or functions that demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the duties of the position. Five (5) years working as a certified police officer. Must have worked at a sworn agency as a certified officer within the last 2 years. " Demonstrated experience with and/or commitment to working effectively within an increasingly diverse environment. " Bachelors degree from an accredited college/university. " Four (6) years or more of supervisory experience within law enforcement setting. " Proven ability to effectively train personnel in accordance with established law enforcement/public safety training standards. " Training and expertise in community-oriented policing practices. " Commitment to delivering community-centered awareness and prevention programming. " Ability to assess critical and emergent situations and determine an appropriate course of action. " Knowledge of mandatory crime reporting laws/regulations and other law enforcement specific legal requirements. " Demonstrated analytical, decision-making, problem identification, and resolution skills. " Excellent oral and written communication skills and sensitivity to effectively interact with a highly diverse campus community. " Proven ability to consistently demonstrate a high degree of personal integrity and emotional maturity. Work Days/Hours " Varies " Background Check Required " Apply for this job at " Posting Close Date: 09/24/15

Chief of Police, Collin College

Collin College is a dynamic college district dedicated to absolute service to our students and our communities.  We are pleased to announce an opportunity to join a premier community college district in Texas as Chief of Police. We are seeking an extraordinarily talented individual to lead and manage all functions and operations of the Collin College Police Department in service to our campuses, the prevention of crime, and protection of life and property. The Police Chief reports to and consults with the Vice President of Administrative Services/CFO in determining plans and policies to be observed in police operations.

The successful applicant will demonstrateunderstandingof thecommunitycollege mission and practice anopen doorpolicy with strong leadership skills; ability to delegate, motivate and empower people; effectively communicate and build relationships; and plan, organize, and achieve agreed-upon goals for the department. Collin College is a fiscally sound, multi-campus community college district that serves over 52,000 students annually in the North Texas region. Collin’s campuses are beautifully designed, located in thriving communities, and enjoy an outstanding faculty and staff.

Please review the job summary and requirements at and apply today to join a progressive organization that is passionate about our core values of learning, service and involvement, creativity and innovation, academic excellence, dignity and respect, and integrity.  Collin College’s mission is to be a student and community-centered institution committed to developing skills, strengthening character, and challenging the intellect.

Positions are open until filled.  Candidates who have their completed materials submitted by October 19, 2015 will receive full consideration.

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Chief of Police, University of California, San Francisco

The University of California, San Francisco is seeking a creative, collaborative, results-oriented Chief of Police to provide dynamic leadership to a police agency providing a full range of services to this decentralized urban university with 20 locations situated throughout the scenic metropolitan area. Ideally, candidates should have experience with a university environment or demonstrate a management philosophy that is effective in an educational environment with a sensitivity to and understanding of the complexities of campus life. The Department is focused on providing the highest level of service possible to students, staff, and the campus community with 142.75 FTEs, which includes 56 sworn officers augmented by 59.25 non-sworn security officers and 5 security supervisors. The successful candidate will oversee a full service operation including the Emergency Preparedness Program and 911 Emergency Communication Center with an annual budget of $17.9 million. Requires a Bachelors degree and five years of recent command level experience in an organization of similar size or larger. Master's degree preferred. Requires current POST management certification in California; or ability to reinstate; or for highly qualified out-of-state candidates, the ability to obtain California POST will also be considered qualifying. Salary range is $140,100 to $255,000 with excellent benefits including UC retirement plan (3% @ 50). To apply, submit cover letter, resume, and salary history to by Friday, October 9, 2015. Recruitment brochure available at Confidential inquiries welcomed to Heather Renschler at (916) 630-4900.

Chief of Police, Santa Monica College

Oversight of all District-wide law enforcement and emergency preparedness operations within a large multi-campus environment Ongoing development and implementation of community-based crime prevention and policing concepts on campus Enforcement of college-wide compliance with federal and state laws, and institutional policies and regulations relating to campus law enforcement Development and implementation of training programs designed to educate students and employees regarding safety and security topics Santa Monica College Campus Police is tasked with keeping more than 30,000 enrolled students and 1,800 staff members safe and secure as they go about the business of higher education. We work closely with local law enforcement agencies and the community of Santa Monica as a whole to ensure the continued well being of students, faculty, and visitors. Located in Southern California less than two miles from the Pacific Ocean and several nearby satellite campuses, Santa Monica College is currently known as the number one transfer college to UCLA, USC, the University of California system, and Loyola Marymount University. We have a 38-acre main campus, and offerings in more than 80 fields of study. Interested applicants may see additional duties and submit an application online through our website at:, no later than 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, October 6, 2015.

Chief of Police , University of Wisconsin, Lacrosse

The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse is seeking applications for the position of Chief of Police. The Chief of Police is responsible for providing leadership for the overall administration and management of the University Police Department and Parking and Transportation Services at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. The University Police Department has 10 sworn police officers and ensures the safety and security of the university campus by providing services for patrol, investigations, emergency response, crime prevention, community policing, and educational programs and services. The Chief of Police has responsibility for an operating budget of $1.85 million, a police department staff of 15, and campus parking operations with 4 staff. The position is also responsible for federal and state compliance reporting, emergency response management, and serving as liaison with local law enforcement agencies. The Chief of Police reports to the Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance and collaborates with a broad array of campus constituent groups including faculty, staff and students. APPLY AT:

Chief of University Police, University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh

Responsibilities UW Oshkosh invites applications for the position of Chief of University Police. The University seeks a leader with vision and a commitment to community policing and campus safety. This individual must be able to direct police operations and provide strategic support for campus emergency response and planning. This is a full-time, 12 month position and reports to the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs. Provide leadership, guidance and direction to the staff of University Police to ensure a safe and secure campus community. This includes hiring, supervision and training of University Police staff. Develop, administer, and evaluate policies and procedures for University Police to ensure the policies, procedures and protocols reflect new case law, legislation and trends in University policing and work with administration to ensure policies, programs and procedures are consistent with the university mission. Utilize IACLEA standards to support and enhance program development. Conduct investigations involving safety and security related matters. Coordinate all security and safety needs related to special events on campus. Consult and inform campus departments and staff of campus safety issues, as well as partner with other areas on campus on crime prevention and the development of campus safety initiatives. Provide administrative oversight for the University Police. This includes fiscal, budget and resource oversight, as well as oversight of data and reporting functions of the area. Serve as liaison and partner for the University with other local, county, state and federal enforcement and criminal justice agencies; develop and execute mutual aid agreements, procedures and standards. Provide support, leadership and expertise in the campus emergency planning and response processes. Requirements Bachelor's degree (Master's or progress toward a Master's preferred) A minimum of seven years as a law enforcement officer A minimum of three years experience supervising police officers and law enforcement professionals Excellent written and verbal communication skills Demonstrate a commitment to diversity and/or inclusion Currently have a Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards Board Certification or have eligibility for Wisconsin Enforcement Standards Board Certification Must meet the physical requirements related to the policing portion of the position which includes ability to drive a safety vehicle, good vision and hearing, walking, running and other activities associated with routine police functions. Preferences Emergency planning and response experience, training and certification Experience working in law enforcement on a college campus Development and implementation of campus safety and crime prevention programs and strategies Experience in developing and overseeing departmental budgets Starting Date January 1, 2016 or as negotiated Salary $80,000 - $92,000 depending on qualifications Terms of Appointment Annual, continuing contract Application Deadline Review of files will begin October 5, 2015 and continue until position is filled. How to Apply Electronically submit a resume, letter of application, the names and contact information for five references (including email addresses), transcripts (official or photocopy) and a one page essay on the three most important aspects of police work on a college campus to: Materials should be addressed to: Sharon Kipetz Search and Screen Committee Co-Chair UW Oshkosh 800 Algoma Blvd Oshkosh, WI 54904 The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is committed to recruiting, supporting and fostering a diverse community of outstanding faculty, staff and students, and is an AA/EEO Employer.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.

Director of Public Safety , Oregon Health & Science University

Oregon Health and Science University is seeking a Director of Public Safety, responsible for operations, financial and administrative aspects of the Department, to ensure compliance with Federal, State and local laws and University policies related to the safety and security of the institution, and overarching responsibility for the design and implementation of police training necessary to implement the arming and certification provisions of SB 565, reflecting OHSUs enhanced focus on mental health interactions, communication, and de-escalation. As a member of the Campus Safety leadership team, the Director exercises oversight of command staff, investigations, facility security, emergency preparedness, threat assessment and access control. The Director also serves as a member of cross functional and multi-disciplinary task forces within the institution. The Director must have excellent communication skills and maintain effective working relationships with institutional partners in OHSU and Doernbecher Hospital administrations, OHSU Emergency Department and in-patient Psychiatry unit, Human Resources, Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity, Legal, Risk Management, West Campus administration and the Presidents Office in addition to law enforcement, health care and local government. Bachelor's Degree in relevant field plus extensive (5-7 years) of administrative and/or supervisory experience in law enforcement and/or criminal justice system required. Juris Doctorate (JD), Master of Business Administration or other advanced degree strongly preferred. To learn more about required qualifications and to apply for the job, logon to and search for Director of Public Safety under IRC49727. OHSU is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability or protected veteran status. Closing Date: 10/28/15

Emergency Coordinator II (Public Safety Communications Supervisor), Old Dominion University

The University Public Safety Division at Old Dominion University is seeking candidates for an Emergency Coordinator II position: Objective: This position supervises, plans, manages, and participates in the daily operational activities of the Communications Center, providing oversight and direction to communications officers. Other duties include: serves as a liaison for the Police Department and Communications Center and makes appropriate and accurate entries in Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system and/or Communications Log; audits staff performance to ensure compliance and high quality delivery of services; operates VCIN/NCIC terminal in accordance with established policies and procedures; provides emergency communication links between the public and emergency services personnel; provides public service information and other referrals for non-emergency related services to the University Community and public; receives and disseminates appropriate information in a professional and timely fashion while maintaining confidentiality. This position must work a rotating shift schedule which includes days, evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays. Some overtime required. This position must successfully pass a criminal background investigation and obtain VCIN certification within one year of hire. This position is considered essential personnel for emergency conditions and inclement weather and expected to report to duty during those conditions. Some experience in a police setting as a communications supervisor or emergency dispatch supervisor. Considerable prior experience working as an emergency communications dispatcher/telecommunicator. Considerable knowledge of emergency communication procedures, services and systems per VSP and FCC rules and regulations. Considerable knowledge of customer service techniques. Strong skill in the use of computer software such as a criminal justice information network, computer-aided dispatch, automated records management system, digital recording programs and Microsoft Office. Strong skill in the use of multi-line telephone systems and radio communications equipment. Demonstrated ability to supervise, train and evaluate a diverse staff. Ability to communicate and work effectively at all levels within and outside the University. Demonstrated ability to problem solve and work collaboratively with employees. Demonstrated ability to prioritize and manage a variety of projects and to work independently. Ability to remain calm and courteous; relaying messages accurately and quickly while operating under high stress during emergency situations. Ability to work rotating shifts (days/evenings/midnights) including weekends and holidays and be available to work overtime when required to meet operational needs. Some supervisory and shift scheduling experience. Required Training: DCJS certification as an Emergency Communications Officer by Commonwealth of Virginia, DCJS General Instructor Certification, Certification by the Virginia State Police to operate/instructor the VCIN/NCIC computer terminal system, or the ability to obtain these certification within one (1) year of hire. Preferred Qualifications: Bachelors degree in one of the following areas: Business, Public Administration, Criminal Justice, or a related discipline. Considerable experience supervising employees in a public safety communications center serving Police, Fire, and EMS and local government resource agencies. Considerable operational knowledge of emergency communications systems (computer aided dispatch, radio, cameras, and telephony) and computer skills using current software products and technology needed to make minor repairs, analyze problems and make referrals to appropriate sources for service. Some experience as a Communications Training Officer, possess current Instructor Certification from DCJS, APCO, or equivalent. APPLY: and follow the on-line instructions. AA/EOE

Investigator, Rochester Institute of Technology

Rochester Institute of Technology


Requisition Number 1999BR
College/Division Finance & Administration
Organization Public Safety
Wage Band 117H
Shift Afternoon
Employment Category Fulltime

Job Description

  1. Investigates reported crime, institute policy violations, and risk management related incidents. Assigns investigative tasks/follow ups as necessary. Represents the Public Safety Department in Student Conduct hearings. Manages Human Resources investigations and maintains liaison with appropriate federal, state and local law enforcement agencies.
  2. Manages external requests for background checks and ensures confidentiality of sensitive investigations.
  3. Maintain, coordinate, and properly handle weapons, paraphernalia, evidence, etc. in the evidence/weapons locker and turns over confiscated property to the Sheriff’s Office for destruction when applicable.
  4. Reviews and final approves all investigative incident reports filed by patrol officers and prepares them for internal distribution and additional follow-up when required. Coordinates open investigations and assigns tasks to patrol staff when necessary.
  5. Assist with executive and dignitary visits to campus.
  6. Ensures and conducts related investigations training to public safety staff. Conducts safety-related training programs when requested.
  7. Assists with inspectional services.
  8. Manages the Chase Corporate Challenge and assists with other Special events as directed.
  9. Conducts all background investigations for prospective Public Safety staff.
  10. Public Safety liaison with the RIT Center for Women and Gender, Student Affairs, HR, GRMS, CIO, ITS, Deans offices, and others as directed.
  11. Available to respond to campus for high profile investigations during off business hours as required.
  12. Other duties as assigned by the Director or his/her designee.

Required Minimum Qualifications

  • 5 years experience related to conducting investigations and 3 years supervisory experience in law enforcement or public safety field. Demonstrated experience conducting sexual assault investigations, stalking, dating violence, and related crimes.

Required Minimum Education Level

  • Associates or Equivalent Experience

Preferred Qualifications

  • Interpreting and applying NYS Penal Law, NYS Code of Criminal Procedure, rules of evidence, interviewing techniques, strong verbal and written communicaiton skills, basic ASL skills; strong customer service, ability to multi task and perform high pressure situations.

Preferred Education Level: Bachelors or Equivalent Experience

Required Application Documents
Curriculum Vitae or Resume
Cover Letter
Letters of Recommendation

How To Apply
In order to be considered for this position, you must apply for it at: Click the link for search openings and in the keyword search field, enter the title of the position or the BR number.

Additional Details
The hiring process for this position may require a criminal background check and/or motor vehicle records check. Any verbal or written offer made is contingent on satisfactory results, as determined by Human Resources.RIT does not discriminate. RIT promotes and values diversity, pluralism and inclusion in the work place. RIT provides equal opportunity to all qualified individuals and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, age, marital status, sex, gender, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, veteran status or disability in its hiring, admissions, educational programs and activities. RIT provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities, veterans or wounded warriors where appropriate. If you need reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please contact the Human Resources office at 585-475-2424 or email your request to Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis.

Police Cadet, Texas A&M University

Texas A&M University Police (UPD) are seeking entry level applicants for its nationally accredited department. It takes a special person to become a Texas A&M Police Officer. Those interested in becoming a UPD Police Officer must be intelligent, exhibit sound judgment, and be healthy both physically and emotionally. UPD Officers are confident and often must make quick assessments for sound decisions. We seek to reflect the rich diversity of the community in the quality women and men we employ. The men and women of UPD possess a strong sense of community and service orientation. As an officer you can make a difference, if you possess integrity, strong communications skills, a firm reassuring manner and sound judgment under pressure. Most of all, you must be committed to public service, professionalism, and a peaceful community. UPD Officers must be willing to work rotating shifts/days off and work holidays. Officers enjoy an outstanding range of benefits including health, dental, life and disability insurance; retirement package; paid vacation, sick days, and holiday; overtime eligibility and much more. Officers are afforded opportunities for advancement and specialized positions within the department. . Starting salary for Police Cadet is $20.44/hour. After successful completion of a 4.5 month police academy, the salary increases to $21.14/hour. . The elements of the selection process are: online application, written exam, initial interview, records check, Personal History Statement, background investigation, polygraph exam, oral interview, Chiefs panel, medical exam, drug screen, psychological exam, fingerprint check, and final selection. The expected duration of the selection process is 90-120 days. Applicants that are not selected for hire may re-apply for the next available posted position. The last day to submit an application for this position is Sunday, September 27. . Apply online through the Texas A&M University Job Path website. Search for Posting Number S00006FY16 at