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Assistant Chief of Police, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Now seeking an Assistant Chief of Police. Position open until filled. Application review begins June 30th, 2016.

Assistant Director of Security/Police Lieutenant, University Police, Carnegie Mellon University

Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) is seeking a progressive police lieutenant with exceptional interpersonal skills, excellent communication skills and demonstrated leadership and management experience in municipal or university law enforcement. You should be familiar with contemporary policing principles, possess the knowledge and ability to identify and implement technology solutions for modern day policing, and embrace data driven policing principles. You will be committed to a management style that promotes a positive, creative, inclusive and supportive departmental environment. A strong commitment to the professional development of all employees in the department is very important, demonstrated by mentorship, guidance and leading by example. Labor relations experience and a demonstrated history of successful partnerships with the community and other supporting agencies are essential.

We enjoy an excellent working relationship with other university public safety agencies as well as the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police, the Pennsylvania State Police, the Allegheny County Police, the FBI and other state, local and federal agencies. Working together as a community is critical to maintaining a safe environment, and communication is a key component to that success. As such, you should have a demonstrated record of success in developing effective relationships at all levels of an organization and throughout the community.

Our department consists of:

  • Two divisions - police services & special services
  • 24 sworn police officers
  • 40 security officers
  • 5 dispatchers
  • 16 transportation drivers
  • 1 PLEAC Accreditation/Business Manager

The Carnegie Mellon University Police Department is an accredited policing agency providing law enforcement on university property. Uniformed officers are responsible for maintaining public safety on all 112 acres of university-owned property. The services we provide include police patrols and call response, criminal investigations, shuttle and escort services, fixed officer and foot officer patrols, event security, and crime prevention and education programming. The the police services division includes all police related operations and personnel. The special services division consists of security, communications, transportation, technology and support. Each division is commanded by a police lieutenant and each patrol shift is supervised by one of four sergeants.

This is an exciting professional opportunity for a dedicated leader who is looking for a unique opportunity in a dynamic and innovative department. The police lieutenant will report directly to Chief of Police. Carnegie Mellon is a private, internationally ranked research university with programs in areas ranging from science, technology and business, to public policy, the humanities and the arts. In its 115 years, the university has soared to national and international leadership in higher education and research. A birthplace of innovation since its founding, Carnegie Mellon continues to be known for innovation, for solving real-world problems and for interdisciplinary collaboration.


Bachelor’s degree and executive management certificates including the FBI National Academy, Northwestern University Center for Public Safety or other similar state and or national programs is required. Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement and Justice Administration, Business Administration, Public Administration or a related field is a plus.

At least 7-10 years’ experience in a county, municipal or university enforcement management position equivalent to a sergeant, lieutenant, captain or commander.

Municipal Police Officer Education and Training Commission (MPOETC) and Pennsylvania ACT 120 certifications are required, or ability to acquire certification prior to employment.

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Assistant Director Special Operations, Rochester Institute of Technology

Reporting to the Director, Public Safety, this position directs the work of the armed emergency responder team supporting responses to emerging campus emergencies and public safety issues.  This position will provide customer assistance by interacting with RIT students, faculty, staff and visitors to the RIT campus in a manner that convey the highest level of dignity, respect, courtesy and professionalism.

Requirements include but are not limited to: Bachelor's Degree;  valid driver's license; minimum of 5 years' experience in rank as a lieutenant or higher in a state, local, or federal law enforcement agency and 3 years' experience conducting criminal investigations.

For the full list of responsibilities, requirements, and to apply for this position, go to, then search openings, and then Keyword Search 2328BR.

Chief of Police, University of Houston - Downtown

Job Summary

  • The position of Chief of Police is responsible for the general direction, control and administration of the Police Department through a chain of command. The overall job function is administrative and supervisory in nature with emphasis on development of policy and procedure and budget controls.


  • Sustains and advances the Department’s mission in support of the University’s mission through the use of community policing and other best practices in campus law enforcement
  • Develops and implements goals, objectives, policies and procedures for the Department
  • Reviews and directs the Department’s fiscal, equipment and human resources activities and services
  • Directs the application of advanced and innovative concepts and best practices in campus law enforcement to achieve objectives and continuously improve performance
  • Organizes, directs and controls personnel and resources of the Department to include holding subordinate supervisor positions accountable for the effective and efficient conduct of members under their supervision and control
  • Writes, edits or coordinates the preparation of correspondence, reports, or other printed materials; researches content items for precedents, correctness of presentation and applicability
  • Coordinates law enforcement activities with other law enforcement agencies and first responders
  • Controls and commands law enforcement operations of major investigations, emergency management situations and large university special events
  • Provides staff assistance to assigned supervisory staff; provide various program and activity reports; prepares and presents staff reports and other necessary correspondence; make recommendations for the addition of new programs
  • Evaluates performance of assigned staff
  • Attends various meetings and seminars as required
  • Assists in criminal investigations when required
  • Counsels personnel
  • Performs other duties as assigned


  • Master’s degree from an accredited college or university; years of related training and experience, knowledge and skills, and past job performance may be substituted for a Master’s degree.
  • Completion of an advanced police management and leadership training such as the FBI National Academy, PERF’s Senior Management Institute for Police or a state law enforcement command college such as the Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas


  • Completed a minimum of twelve (12) consecutive years of increasingly responsible broad based service as a licensed peace officer immediately prior to the start of the application/selection process, with five (5) years of major command responsibility as a Police Lieutenant or above.
  • Experience and knowledge in the areas of event management, homeland security, risk management, emergency management, dignitary protection and building security.


  • Possession of a valid Driver’s License
  • Possession of an appropriate certification as a peace officer in the State of Texas or an equivalent licensing entity in another state
  • Possession of at least an Advanced Peace Officer Proficiency Certificate issued by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement or an equivalent proficiency certificate issued by an equivalent licensing entity in another state


  • Operation, services and activities of law enforcement.
  • Principles, practices and methods of law enforcement, traffic control and patrol services.
  • Methods and techniques of report preparation.
  • Principles and practices of program development and administration.
  • Principles and practices of organization, administration and personnel management pertaining to law enforcement.
  • Property and evidence handling procedures.
  • Principles of record keeping and reporting.
  • Modern office procedures, methods and computer equipment.
  • English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation.
  • Pertinent Federal, State and local laws, codes and regulations, including but not limited to:
    o Civility Liability
    o Excessive Force
    o Discipline
    o Laws of arrest, search and seizure.
  • Development and administration of program goals, objectives and procedures
  • Knowledge of trends, issues, and accepted practices relevant to the position


  • Candidates must have strong analytical and problem solving skills, as well as excellent interpersonal and written and verbal communication skills


  • Participate in law enforcement programs including patrol, field operations, crime investigations and support services
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work, especially other members of the department
  • Command respect and maintain discipline.
  • Analyze problems, identify alternative solutions, project consequences of proposed actions and implement recommendations in support of goals
  • Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing
  • Maintain effective audio-visual perception needed for: 
    o Making observations,
    o Vision corrected to 20/40,
    o Color vision  ability to distinguish all colors,
    o Reading and writing,
    o Communicating with others,
    o Acute hearing required,
  • Maintain mental capacity which permits:
    o Making sound decisions and using good judgment,
    o Demonstrating intellectual capabilities
    o Evaluating the effectiveness of programs,
    o Recommending effective policies and procedures
    o Communicating clearly
  • Maintain physical condition appropriate to the performance of assigned duties and responsibilities which may include the following: 
    o Standing, sitting or running/walking for extended periods of time in a wide range of areas from stairways in buildings to outdoor undeveloped areas
    o Standing 15% of time
    o Sitting 60% of time
    o Running/Walking 25% of time
    o Lifting in excess of 50 pounds,
    o Carrying, dragging or restraining individuals from 50 to 300 pounds,
    o Performing peace officer responsibilities such as effecting arrests, subduing resisting individuals, and operating assigned equipment
    o Preparing and presenting materials in a formal setting.
  • Effectively handle a work environment and conditions which involve: 
    o Working closely with others,
    o Must be available to work evenings, nights, weekends and holidays according to assigned schedules 
    o Hazardous situations.
  • Ability to effectively communicate with a wide range of individuals and constituencies in a diverse community
Salary commensurate with experience
  • An application, resume, and cover letter are required.
  • This is a security sensitive position; a complete background investigation is required.
  • In accordance with H.B. #558, Selective Service Registration may be required. Offer of employment contingent upon verification of individual’s eligibility for employment in the United States.
  • In compliance with Texas State Senate Bill (S.B.) 805, the University of HoustonDowntown is committed to providing a preference in employment to eligible veteran, disabled veteran, surviving spouse of veteran and orphan of veteran applicants who meet minimum qualifications and any special qualifications for the position to which they apply. The required preferences do not compel the University to appoint a veteran, disabled veteran, surviving spouse of a veteran or orphan of a veteran. However, they do require that those who meet the veteran preference eligibility be appointed when their application assessment, combined with the veteran’s preference, is equal to or higher than that of a non-veteran.

Mr. Tommy Thomason
One Main Street, Suite S-380
Houston, TX 77002-1001
(713) 221-8056
The University of Houston-Downtown is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression in the recruitment and admission of students, the recruitment and employment of faculty and staff, and the operation of any of its programs and activities, as specified by all applicable laws and regulations. Women, minorities, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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DIRECTOR OF COLLEGE SAFETY, Clackamas Community College

Clackamas County is in a prime location in the Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area and is recognized nationally as one of the most beautiful and livable parts of the country. Located on the southern edge of the City of Portland and extending to the top of Mt. Hood, Clackamas County has a population of nearly 400,000. Residents have the advantages of being close to a major city, as well as significant natural areas, providing many opportunities for outdoor activities, including skiing, golf, camping, fishing, white-water rafting, hiking, canoeing, and bicycling.

Clackamas Community College (CCC) offers classes and services to a diverse student body totaling over 38,000 at three campuses - Oregon City (CCC's main campus), North Clackamas, and Wilsonville. The Director of College Safety implements and administers all safety, security, and health operations for the college, manages and directs the Campus Safety Officers, serves as primary liaison to local community law enforcement and safety/security professional organizations, and leads the Emergency Response Team for the college. The Campus Safety Department has an annual budget of $700,000 which includes the Director of College Safety position, an exempt “sergeant”; four fulltime and up to four part-time campus safety officers.

Any equivalent combination of education and experience which provides the applicant with the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the duties of the position. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills and abilities would be: bachelor’s degree in Environmental Health, Safety, Risk Management, Safety Engineering, or related field, or Certified Safety Professional , and 5 years of experience in the workplace health and safety field. Knowledge of college operations and policies. Knowledge of environmental, health, and safety discipline, including regulations and inspection/investigation methods and techniques. Knowledge of OSHA, OR-OSHA, DEQ/EPA and Fire/Life codes and training methods and practices related to environmental, health, and safety fields. Skill in the use of personal computers and software applications such as Word, Access, and Excel.

Salary: $69,510 - $92,578

For a complete job description, please visit the Prothman Company at and click on "Current Searches."

Clackamas Community College is an equal opportunity employer. First review: June 5, 2016 (open until filled). To apply online, visit Prothman at and click on "Submit Your Application" and follow the directions provided. Application materials will only be accepted electronically via the website. For questions, please call 206-368-0050.

Director of Public Safety / Chief of Police, Simmons College Police Department

It is the Mission of the Simmons College Police Department to provide a high quality, safe, and secure environment which is conducive to an educational atmosphere. To provide and uphold federal, state, and local laws and uphold the mission of Simmons College. The Department is focused on creating partnerships with both internal and external constituents, community policing initiatives, and promoting safety as everyone’s responsibility.

SCPD Director of Public Safety provides overall direction, leadership and management for the functions and operations of Simmons College Police Department. The Director’s position is highly visible within the College community, interacting on a daily basis with students, faculty, staff, administrators, parents, and visitors. There is also frequent interaction with the heads of nearby law enforcement agencies, and colleagues of the Longwood Medical Area, the Medical, Academic and Scientific Community Organization, Inc., and the Colleges of the Fenway.

Essential Functions
The SCPD’s Director reports directly to the Associate Vice President of Administration. The Director must cultivate an appreciative environment founded in teaming, accountability, and thorough personnel actions. The Director interacts frequently with all departments and offices.
The Director develops, administers, evaluates, and refines all safety and security functions, programs, and policies in support of the College’s mission and vision; ensures compliance with all state, local, federal and College laws and regulations; submission of the Annual Security Report; and maintains awareness of best practices and national trends related to campus public safety and legal issues impacting higher education. The Director proactively addresses safety and security concerns, implements action plans, and ensures related policies are consistently enforced; conducts periodic fire, safety, and security inspections on all College facilities.
The Director currently serves as the Chair of the Simmons College Emergency Management Council which consists of administrators from several College departments. The Director is also instrumental in setting the tone for educating students when their behavior puts themselves or others at risk.

SCPD’s next Director will have the opportunity to:

  • Provide leadership to a highly respected department
  • Establishes and sets the standard for leadership and the empowerment of all personnel
  • Oversee and guide a multi-faceted agency with responsibilities both on and off-campus
  • Interact with a supportive administration and student body that comes to the College from around the world
  • Maintain and build upon relationships with other law enforcement and emergency management leaders
  • Manage a 2.4 million dollar budget
  • Work in a team-oriented environment with existing committed staff and community members
  • Lead a forward-thinking, highly service-oriented organization

Position Requirements

The following requirements have been established for this position:

  • A bachelor’s degree in Management, Business Administration, Public Administration, Criminal Justice, Occupational Safety, Homeland Security, Environmental Management, or a related field
  • 10 -15 years of executive level and/or law enforcement command level experience
  • Must demonstrate a proven track record for strong teambuilding focused on inclusive decision making
  • Unquestionable ethics
  • Ability to work in an environment where different and sometimes conflicting views are commonplace
  • Willingness to be “on call” for emergencies or other essential needs at all times
  • Be a hands-on, engaged, big picture leader, while giving proper attention to detail and prompt follow-up
  • Experience working in an urban environment, preferably in a college/university setting and
  • Must be strongly committed to community policing and ongoing collaborations focused on students and their needs

Director of Safety and Security, Marist College

Marist College invites applications for Director of Safety and Security. The Director is responsible for the overall administration and effective management of the Colleges Safety and Security functions that ensure a safe and secure educational, living, and working environment for the College Community. The Department has two full-time administrators and support staff, and approximately 70 security guard staff, and several student employees. The Director will provide leadership, guidance, training, and support for all assigned personnel and will ensure appropriate levels of staffing to assure a safe and secure environment.

Reporting to the Executive Vice President, the Director will work closely with all members of the College community, including faculty, staff, and students, and maintain close working relationships with local police and fire departments. The Director will develop, communicate, implement, and monitor appropriate policies, procedures, and training and education programs to ensure the safety and security of the campus. S/he will oversee on-campus investigations of both criminal and non-criminal incidents, work closely with other applicable campus offices, and provide support for outside law enforcement agencies engaged in any on-campus efforts. The Director will also provide oversight of all environmental, fire safety, OSHA, and other campus programs, work with ADA/504 Coordinator to facilitate building evacuation for persons with disabilities, and ensure that the College is in full compliance with all Federal and State reporting requirements, including Title IX and Clery Act.

A Bachelors degree with a minimum of ten years of safety and security related experience, including work in law enforcement, police administration, or campus security, is required. A Masters degree or higher is preferred. A minimum of five years of direct management and/or supervisory experience and sound knowledge of planning and budgeting principles is also required. Knowledge of building and fire safety, along with some prior experience in a higher education setting, is preferred. Excellent oral and written communication skills are essential.

Marist College is an independent and comprehensive liberal arts institution located in New York's historic Hudson River Valley. Situated on 210 acres overlooking the Hudson River, it enrolls 4,787 traditional undergraduate, 799 full and part-time graduate and 543 continuing education students. Marist also has a branch campus in Florence, Italy, and extension sites throughout New York. Marist has been recognized for excellence by U.S. News & World Report, TIME Magazine, The Princeton Review's Best 376 Colleges, and Barron's Best Buys in College Education and is noted for being a pioneer in the area of online degree programs.

To learn more or to apply, please visit Only online applications are accepted.

Marist College is strongly committed to the principle of diversity and is especially interested in receiving applications from members of ethnic and racial minority groups, women, individuals with disabilities, veterans, and persons from other under-represented groups.


Manager, Facility Systems at NJIT, New Jersey Institute of Technology

Under the supervision of the Assistant Vice President of Facility Systems at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), the Facility Systems Manager is responsible for the operations and management of the University's electronic security system, locksmith, fleet and drivers in order to insure effective function, service and communication to the University community. Direct supervisory responsibilities for three to five direct reports including: locksmith, drivers, contractors, consultants, etc. The incumbent will work with students, faculty, administration and staff to implement the goals and objectives of the University Strategic Plan as it relates to their responsibilities.

To apply, must go to: and search for posting #0603255.

To build a diverse workforce, NJIT encourages applications from individuals with disabilities, minorities, veterans and women. EEO employer.

University Heights, Newark, NJ 07102-1982

Police Sergeant , Villanova University

Police Sergeants are responsible for daily supervision of patrol personnel on a patrol shift. The Police Sergeant is responsible for assisting and supporting the shift lieutenant. The Police Sergeant, in the absence of the lieutenant, will assume command of daily operations. He/She will ensure proper patrol coverage on a daily basis. Performs all duties of a police officer, including arrests and testifying in court. Police Sergeants are also responsible for scheduling sworn and non-sworn officers, assigning daily tasks and work assignments. They will provide daily roll call, equipment checks and uniform inspections. Police Sergeants are responsible to ensure that daily paperwork is completed prior to end of shift and ready for review by investigators. Work performed by the police sergeant is subject to review by the Director, Associate and Assistant Director and Lieutenants for consistency towards the Universitys and Departments goals, objectives and policies and established practices. Police Sergeants must possess good problem solving and decision making abilities along with sound judgement and discretion. Villanova is a Catholic university sponsored by the Augustinian order. Diversity and inclusion have been and will continue to be an integral component of Villanova Universitys mission. The University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and seeks candidates who understand, respect and can contribute to the Universitys mission and values.

Training Manager, New York University

Analyzes, assesses and determines all Department of Public Safety training needs. Formulates and develops plans, procedures and programs to meet those needs. Develops and constructs training manuals and training aids. Delivers training sessions for Public Safety Department. Researches and identifies training topics. Develops training schedules and programs, and evaluates their success. Ensures all members of Department of Public Safety who are required to have current, valid New York State Security Officer license do so and receive required training. Tracks NYS Security Officer license status of personnel and provides advance notice of pending expiration. Evaluates impact of new or changes to existing local, state and federal law enforcement agencies' requirements and determines what training is necessary as a result of the changes. Tracks Fire Safety Director requirements of the University and FDNY certification training and status of Department of Public Safety personnel to meet those requirements.


  • Required Education: Bachelor's degree
  • Preferred Education: Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, Security Administration or Public Administration.
  • Required Experience: 4 years' relevant experience developing and conducting training sessions or an equivalent combination of education and experience. NYS Security Guard General Topics Instructor certification.
  • Preferred Experience: Experience in a police and/or private protection environment.
  • Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Proven administrative and group facilitation skills. Ability to communicate effectively across levels of staff. Excellent project management skills. Excellent writing, editing and interpersonal skills. Excellent attention to detail. Excellent presentation, writing and organizational skills. Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills. Knowledge of security-related electronic equipment. Domestic and international travel opportunities may exist but not anticipated to be required. Scheduled office hours subject to adjustment as needed to accommodate other time zones.
  • Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Understanding of security best practices, security and Constitutional law, physical security, security technology, crime prevention, emergency management, counterterrorism and weapons of mass destruction, law and regulations as they impact security management to include OSHA, NFPA and FDNY. All local laws and applicable concepts impacting fire safety directors and emergency action plan directors, including New York City Building Code as it impacts fire safety and emergency response.

Special Instructions to Applicants: In your cover letter, please describe your experience and level of knowledge with learning technology and designing blended learning programs.

NYU offers a highly competitive benefits package including medical, dental, and vision insurance; 403(b) retirement plan; tuition remission; disability and life insurance; mortgage programs; adoption assistance; dependent coverage; flexible spending accounts; commuter benefits; gym discounts; an employee assistance program and more. To learn more about benefits for full-time administrators or professionals at NYU, please visit

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Vice President for Global Campus Safety , New York University

New York University is the largest private university in the United States and a globally distinguished research university on a remarkable trajectory. NYU has established itself as a leading institution in the academy, distinctive in its cosmopolitan character, its global outlook, and the boldness of its ambitions. The University has a breadth and depth rivaled by few others. Its 17 schools and colleges in New York City cover the academic gamut from the arts and humanities to the sciences and mathematics, from law, business, and engineering, along with professional studies, to studio and performing arts, education, public policy, individualized education, social work, dentistry, and nursing; in addition it has one of New York Citys largest and most accomplished medical centers.

NYU is recruiting a new Vice President for Global Campus Safety who will oversee the design, enhancement and delivery of the Universitys campus safety services and systems. NYU is committed to a campus safety effort maintained by security staff who are unarmed and non-sworn. The VP for Global Campus Safety joins a leadership team led byand reports directly tothe Executive Vice President for Health. The new VP for Global Campus Safety will lead a staff of 350. Reporting to this position are six offices within the Public Safety Department: the office of Public Safety, the office of Site Strategies, the office of Emergency Preparedness, the office of Campus Safety, the office of Investigative Services, and the office of Global Standards and Compliance.

The successful candidate will have a Bachelors degree in criminal justice, public safety, public administration or a related discipline which is required; JD or masters in criminal justice, public safety, public administration or related discipline would be preferred. Professional history should include extensive management experience as a member of the senior management team or ten years of related work experience in program administration, including 3 years in a managerial capacity. Experience working in an academic setting is strongly preferred.

Additional information about this position can be found here: Application: Interested candidates may send a confidential resume and letter of interest to Christine Boulware at

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