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Assistant Director of Security Services , Carleton College

The Assistant Director of Security Services is responsible for assisting the Director of Security and Emergency Management in the supervision of non-exempt security staff. This position provides safety and security services for the faculty and staff, students, on-campus residences, off-campus houses, academic buildings, 900 acres of campus property, and other property leased/rented by Carleton College.

The Assistant Director of Security Services assists the Director of Security and Emergency Management with administrative tasks including assisting with training new and current staff, and testing and record keeping of security systems. The Assistant Director will also be responsible for a variety security duties including, but not limited to, medical, criminal, and maintenance/custodial emergencies.

Schedule: The Assistant Director will be assigned to the 2 p.m. to 12 a.m. shift with rotating days off.

What Carleton College has for you: We offer a generous benefits package, including comprehensive medical, dental, and vision insurance, 403(b) retirement plan with a 10% employer contribution with immediate vesting, a Health Savings Account with college contribution, college tuition assistance for employees’ children, a generous paid time off as well as access too many other campus amenities.

The successful candidate has a Bachelor’s degree in a related field, 3 to 5 years of increasingly responsible campus law enforcement/security experience, 20/20 vision with or without correction, and EMT, First Responder, or Advanced First Aid Certification. Preferred qualifications include previous supervisory experience.

Review of applications begins immediately and continues until the hire is complete. We accept only online applications. For more specific information about the position and how to apply visit:
Start Date: As soon as possible.

Carleton is a private liberal arts residential campus with nearly 2000 students. Carleton is located in Northfield, Minnesota, approximately 40 miles south of the Twin Cities. Northfield is a short commute from the metro that offers small town living with a supplicated feel.

Carleton College is an AA/EEO employer. We are committed to developing our staff to better reflect the diversity of our student body and American society. Members of underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

Campus Safety Training Manager, Reed College

Located in Portland, Oregon, Reed College is one of the country’s leading liberal arts and sciences colleges, providing an intellectually rigorous undergraduate experience. Reed College values cultural diversity and intellectual pluralism as critical components of academic excellence. Reed cultivates an inclusive learning environment by bringing together students, staff, and faculty with a variety of experiences and expertise. The Reed community works together to foster critical thought, responsible citizenship, and community engagement.

We seek a dynamic Community Safety Training Manager to join our institution.


Under general direction of the Director and Assistant Director, supports the departments goal of providing a full range of safety and security services to students, employees and campus visitors. Ensures that operations are conducted in order to maximize safety, security, and service, while minimizing potential civil liability and negative public relations exposure. The CS Training Manager works directly with trainees, officers, dispatchers, and student employees to ensure successful operations of the department with an emphasis on recruitment, hiring, and training.

Oversees all aspects of recruitment, hiring, and training for all Community Safety Officers (CSOs), Dispatchers, and student employees. Training responsibilities include new-hire orientation, initial field training, recurring training, professional development training, Department of Public Safety Standards Training (DPSST), ad-hoc training, and training provided by Community Safety to others. Oversees development, implementation, and annual review of all departmental directives and associated guidelines.
This is a full-time, exempt position with a starting annualized salary of $44,427 to $54,201. Reed College offers an exceptional benefits package, including comprehensive medical and dental insurance, 403(b) retirement plan with 10% employer contribution (after one year of service), retiree medical plan, college tuition assistance for employees’ children, paid holidays, paid vacation (22 days per year) and many other campus amenities, such as membership to the campus fitness center.


High school diploma or equivalent Bachelor’s degree or equivalent level of education in a closely related field from combined formal education, professional training, and specific experience Five or more years of progressively responsible experience in a role demonstrating the essential functions and knowledge, skills, and abilities required for this position that are specific to training and supervision Possession of driver’s license valid in the state of Oregon, and ability to pass a driving record check. Current Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) Unarmed Officer Certification, or the ability to obtain this certification upon hire. Current DPSST Supervisory Manager certification, or the ability to obtain this certification within 90 days of hire Current DPSST Unarmed Private Security Instructor certification, or the ability to obtain this certification within 90 days of hire Pre-employment physical and criminal background check is required. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
Five or more years of progressive experience in a higher education environment Bachelors degree, especially in a closely related area of study Demonstrated experience in a supervisory/managerial role, especially in campus community safety or a closely related field Current DPSST Unarmed Private Security Instructor certification


Outstanding communication skills in all mediums, including oral presentations, written documents, hands-on training, formal presentations, and scenario-based training High level of competency in use of technology, including computers, web-based training tools, Ability to learn and utilize contemporary security and public safety methodology. Ability to analyze situations and adopt an effective and reasonable course of action, particularly under stressful conditions. Ability to administer first aid, identify hazards and use safety precautions. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with subordinates, other employees, students and the general public. Physical ability to perform the job.

Manage all aspects of recruitment and hiring of CSOs, Dispatchers, student employees, and interns, in collaboration with Human Resources Manage all aspects of training and professional development for the department and its staff Evaluates CS staff performance and completes performance reviews as needed; Acts as on-call community safety manager and serves in monthly rotation; Develops and implements directives, policies, procedures and programs; Serves as a liaison to designated college departments, external organizations, and the general public representing the division. May serve as the Director’s designee for specific identified tasks, committees, and operations oversight. Assists, as assigned, in the development and administration of assigned program budgets; forecasts funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials, and supplies; monitors, reviews, and approves expenditures within the position’s scope. Must be able to perform all the duties of a Community Safety Officer and Dispatcher, and may be required to perform field and/or dispatch operations duties at any time.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLY: A resume and cover letter are required for submission. In your cover letter, be sure to answer the following questions:

How has your professional and personal background prepared you for this position? As all members of Reed’s community are expected to contribute to a diverse and inclusive campus, describe in what ways your skills and experiences might prepare you to work with a diverse group of students, colleagues, and community members?

Chief of Police, The University of Chicago

The University of Chicago is a private, nondenominational institution with an extraordinary history of world-renowned research and education programs across a broad spectrum of fields. Founded in 1890 by John D. Rockefeller, the University has grown to encompass the undergraduate College, which offers 50 concentrations, six professional schools, four graduate divisions, the Oriental Institute, and the Graham School of Continuing Liberal and Professional Studies, which together support over 80 degree programs. The University enrolls over 5,000 undergraduate students and over 9,000 graduate and professional students. The University continues to build a strong global presence, with a University Center in Paris and newly established centers in Beijing, Delhi, and Hong Kong. The University is consistently ranked among the finest universities in the world.

Reporting to the Associate Vice President for Safety and Security, the Chief of Police maintains a high degree of visibility and represents the police department on campus and in the local community, serving a central role in establishing and maintaining strong collaborative relationships with university constituents and local, regional, state, and federal law enforcement agencies. The Chief of Police plans, organizes, directs, and administers the overall policing initiatives of the campus community and extended patrol area, and develops and implements effective crime prevention strategies, including a comprehensive community-oriented policing program. This position includes administrative responsibilities for the department's budget, and timely and accurate reporting in compliance with local, state, and federal regulations and higher education guidelines, including crime reports and the annual Department of Education/Clery Act report. Approximately 100 state-certified officers with full police powers comprise this nationally accredited department that serves as the primary policing authority on and around the University of Chicago’s campus. In addition, the University of Chicago Police Department provides police services to a patrol area encompassing a population of approximately 60,000 people, many of whom do not have a direct connection to the University. The direct reports for this position are the Deputy Chief of Operations, the Commander of the Professional Standards Bureau, and the Commander of the Community Engagement Bureau.

Candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree and at least ten years of experience in a law enforcement or public safety environment. A master’s degree and campus law enforcement experience are preferred. Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board (ILETSB) certification, or the ability to obtain ILETSB certification within the first six months of employment, is required. The ideal candidate will also possess demonstrated skill in dealing with bureaucratic protocol at all levels in large, complex organizations; the ability to work with people of various ages and backgrounds and with diverse constituencies, including students, parents, faculty, and staff in the University and the Medical Center; knowledge of EEO/Affirmative Action guidelines for recruitment, selection, and promotion; and the ability to fully understand the mission, values, objectives, and goals of the department and to incorporate them in the daily operations of the department. Review of applications will begin February 17, 2017, and will continue until the position is filled. A resume with an accompanying cover letter may be submitted via the Spelman Johnson website at Nominations for this position may be emailed to Mark Hall at Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson at 413-529-2895.

Spelman Johnson University of Chicago  Chief of Police Mark A. Hall, Vice President

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The University of Chicago is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

Deputy Chief, University of Hawaii at Manoa Department of Public Safety

Duties and Responsibilities

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

Minimum Qualifications

Possession of a baccalaureate degree in Criminology, Sociology, Public Administration, or related field and 7 year(s) of progressively responsible professional experience with responsibilities for the principles and practices of safety and security methods, techniques, and procedures; or equivalent education/training or experience. Advanced and comprehensive knowledge and understanding of a wide range of developing and emerging concepts, principles and methodologies of the assigned are of safety and security methods, techniques, and procedures. Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of a wide range of principles, theories, federal and state laws and systems associated with safety and security methods, techniques, and procedures. Demonstrated ability to understand problems from a broad interactive perspective and use reasoning to discern underlying principles and issues when problem solving, and apply creative thinking to resolve problems in new and unprecedented approaches. Demonstrated written and verbal competence in presenting ideas, concepts and models clearly using persuasion and negotiation to build consensus and cooperation. Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external organizations, groups, team leaders and members, and individuals. Demonstrated ability to operate a personal computer and apply word processing software. For supervisory work, demonstrated ability to lead subordinates, manage work priorities and projects, and manage employee relations. Any equivalent combination of education and/or professional work experience which provides the required education, knowledge, skills and abilities as indicated. Professional experience in campus security, law enforcement, or other institutional safety and security. Five (5) years of administrative and management experience. Ability to interpret and apply laws, rules and regulations to a variety of work situations~ communicate effectively and work with a wide variety of people, including the University community, general public, and supervision of staff. Ability to travel for purposes of attending meetings, training and other activities. Ability to work beyond normal hours, including evenings, weekends, and holidays. Knowledge of the principles and practices of security methods, techniques, and procedures~ of laws of seizures, arrests and evidence~ and of equipment.

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Deputy Chief, Public Safety, Chapman University

Responsibilities: Please submit a resume with Job No. 13-17. Instructions to complete the application are provided in a PDF format at the bottom of the recruitment posting. A link to upload a resume and/or other support documents is provided within the body of the online application. Please note that application materials must be completed in its entirety in order to be considered for the recruitment pool.

The Deputy Chief of Public Safety is an exempt, full-time administrator position which reports to the Chief and Director of Public Safety. The Public Safety Department operates 24 hours per day and every day of the week.

Responsible for managing day-to-day campus safety operations and assisting the Chief in ensuring that the department and University are in compliance with federal, state, local and University regulations, policies and procedures. Model positive community relations and leadership. Plan, administer and coordinate campus safety operations, which include patrol, investigative and communications (dispatch) activities. Oversee scheduling and determine staffing levels based on operation plan, objectives and schedules, with the captain and sergeants. Ensure appropriate and currency of training requirements for staff. Participate in the development, implementation and maintenance of policies, objectives and planning. Conduct regular audits to evaluate effectiveness of the operations and provide recommendations on strategies for improving programs and services to the community. Communicate and work with internal departments and external agencies. Represent the department on various committees and task forces and with outside partners from the City of Orange and Irvine. In the absence of the Chief, assume command of all public safety operations including patrol, investigative, parking and transportation, emergency management (fire and life safety) and communication matters.

Qualifications: Specific Job Requirements: Possess an undergraduate degree and/or an equivalent education or relevant experience related to the duties and responsibilities specified. At minimum, possess 10 years of related, progressive work experience in a law enforcement setting. Advanced knowledge of principles, practices and procedures of campus law enforcement. Knowledge of federal and state laws and guidelines as they apply to campus law enforcement. Knowledge of safety and security procedures used in a university environment.

General Job Requirements: Experience in supervising and training employees, including proven ability in organizing, prioritizing and scheduling work assignments. Experience in developing, planning and implementing short- and long-range goals. Experience in developing, implementing and maintaining recordkeeping systems and procedures. Skilled in examining and revising operations and procedures, formulating policy and developing and implementing new strategies and procedures. Strong customer service and interpersonal skills, including the ability to foster effective relationships and work with a diverse group of individuals from within and outside the University community. Strong communication skills to carry out clear instructions and explain technical safety information, terms and data in an understandable manner. Technical skills to learn to use enterprise software systems needed for the position. A high level attention to details and accuracy. Computer skills to use word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, provide in-depth internet research, and electronic mail preferably of Microsoft Office applications. Technical skills to learn to use enterprise software systems needed for the position. Demonstrated ability to work independently and exercise discretion and judgment on matters of significance. Ability to maintain composure when dealing with unusual circumstances. Ability to learn, understand and apply higher education related regulations, policies and procedures. Ability to learn, understand and perform first responder responsibilities when needed. Ability to learn Chapman's cultures and demonstrate sensitivity to diverse constituents.

Desired Qualifications: California POST certificate or graduation from a California POST academy or equivalent.

Notice to Applicants: This position will be posted for a minimum of 5 business days and may close at any time after that without prior notice.

Successful completion and outcomes of a criminal background, credit and DMV checks are required for final candidate. Instructions PDF:

Online application: Chief, Public Safety

Chapman University is an equal opportunity employer committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive academic global community. The University is dedicated to enhancing diversity and inclusion in all aspects of recruitment and employment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, military and veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law. The University is committed to achieving a diverse faculty and staff and encourages members of underrepresented groups to apply.

Director of Public Safety, Maryville University (IACLEA Member Agency)

Founded in 1872, Maryville University is located in the west St. Louis County suburb of Town and Country, just 22 miles from downtown St. Louis. A private institution with an enrollment of just shy of 7,000 students, Maryville houses three coeducational residence halls and five student apartment buildings on a 130-acre campus of rolling hills, wooded areas, creeks, two lakes and miles of walking trails.

The Maryville Saints participate in NCAA Division II athletics with men’s and women’s teams and the University boasts more than 90 active student clubs and organizations, 90+ degree programs and students from 50 states and 55 countries. The Chronicle of Higher Education named Maryville University as the fourth fastest-growing university.

Maryville is seeking a key leader to serve as the Director of Public Safety, who will report to and collaborate with the Vice President of Student Life. The Director of Public Safety is an armed private security officer and the position is responsible for leading, developing, implementing and supervising a comprehensive department to secure the safety and security of the university’s students, faculty, staff and visitors on the main campus and off-campus facilities. The Director will direct, plan and manage all functions and operations of the Public Safety Department as well as supervise the enforcement of University regulations, initiate and direct activities focused on maintaining and improving upon a safe and secure campus.

The Director has overall responsibility for the budget, planning, development and management of the department, and establishing priorities for campus safety, including short and long range emergency plans. The Director oversees a staff of 11 non-sworn but armed security officers (limited powers of arrest) and three non-sworn administrative specialists, including the Director. The Director is required to be available 24 hours a day for emergencies.


  • Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice or related field and at least 6-8 years of progressively responsible leadership experience within a public safety organization are required.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills are essential. A proven track record of effective supervision within a public safety setting is essential.
  • The ability to develop effective and sustained relationships with students, faculty, staff and administrators is required.
  • Must have a state Driver's License or ability to secure one within 60 days of employment with a good driving record is required. Appointment is subject to a satisfactory background investigation, including employment verification.
  • Requires passing a psychological screening and drug screening.
  • Candidates must be able to attain and maintain an armed private security officer license under the guidelines of the St. Louis County Police Department as well as certification to carry OC spray, ASP baton and handcuffs.


  • A master’s degree is preferred as is experience leading a public safety agency in a College or University setting. A proven leader in the campus security and public safety field with a track record of building strong collaborative relationships with key departments on campus.
  • Experience leading a diverse staff that provides a full range of security and public safety services.
  • Experience developing long term goals, strategic plans, operational policies and procedures.
  • Experience developing physical security plans and implementing security systems and solutions to enhance the physical security of facilities.
  • Experience overseeing the design and implementation of physical security for construction and renovation of facilities.
  • Experience developing proposals for and implementing capital improvement projects.
  • A track record of managing a public safety operations budget.
  • Experience collaborating with essential internal and external departments to manage the successful response to emergencies.
  • Passion to manage and lead a dynamic public safety organization.
  • Experience with Clery Compliance, VAWA, and Title IX requirements.
  • A track record of managing and leading crisis/emergency management teams.

Salary will be commensurate with education and experience.
Go to D. Stafford and Associates website at and click on the "Candidate Application/Interest Portal." Use the signup code 598a6860 to apply.

Notice of Non Discrimination: Maryville is committed to providing equal opportunities for all persons and does not discriminate or retaliate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, creed, religion, sex, pregnancy status, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, age, disability, citizenship or intended citizenship status, veteran status, or any other status protected by law (“protected status”). This policy extends to admissions, employment, services, and educational programs and activities that the University operates and offers (collectively “programs and activities”).

Executive Director For Public Safety & Emergency Management, Barnard College

Reporting to the Vice President for Campus Services, the Executive Director for Public Safety & Emergency Management will provide strategic, visionary leadership, and progressive management of the campus safety/security and emergency planning function on a 24/7 basis. The Executive Director oversees the security of the campus environment for the benefit of the entire Barnard community and ensures that safety and security initiatives and day to day safety and security functions are aligned with the campus community's members, operations, processes, objectives, and goals. The Executive Director manages a department of eighteen exempt staff and over one hundred non-exempt officers, dispatchers and access attendants represented by two collective bargaining agreements through TWU, Local 264 and UAW, 2110.

This position will provide expertise and guidance on issues related to management and supervision of unionized and non-union staff; and oversee the implementation of new standards, policies, practices and procedures for a visible and approachable safety and emergency management team that meets the evolving needs for the overall campus community.

  • Recruit, hire, and manage safety and emergency management personnel in collaboration with the Office of Human Resources.
  • Provide ongoing professional development and guidance to all safety and emergency management team members. o Responsible for regular evaluations and ongoing training of all Public Safety personnel.
  • Ensure compliance of policies and procedures of all uniformed personnel.
  • Maintain oversight of disciplinary actions, including suspensions and terminations, in accordance with college policy and contractual agreements.
  • Develop, cultivate and manage a productive working relationship with unions that govern the bargaining units of Public Safety employees.
  • Participate as necessary in ongoing Labor Management meetings and discussions.
  • Partner with Employee/Labor Relations Director and the Office of General Counsel to learn and understand contract provisions and interpretation.
  • Participate in disciplinary and/or grievance actions as appropriate.
  • Oversee security department employee background screening, as well as department internal investigations, as necessary and appropriate.
  • Maintain electronic records of the results of all screenings and investigations.
  • Ensure adherence to all regulations and laws pertaining to privacy, interviewing, due process, and evidence handling.
  • Develop and effectively manage an annual operating budget with attention to efficiencies and overall effectiveness.
  • Recommend new expenditures and value-added initiatives in order to improve operations. Establish capital improvement projects.
  • Conduct long range planning in order to anticipate changing conditions; trends, and potential personnel issues, including succession planning.
  • Establish, chair, and actively participate in a Security Committee that brings together representatives of various campus groups, e.g., Student Government Associations, Residential Life, and faculty, to articulate and consider safety and security topics of mutual interest and to the benefit of the overall community.
  • Participate on the Barnard College Threat Assessment Team, providing expertise in threat assessment and intelligence.
  • Maintain and utilize a network of safety and security experts and resources, as well as New York law enforcement contacts, to help ensure the safety and security of the Barnard community. Negotiate and contract with third party providers of specialized services, as needed.

Safety & Security:

  • Set the vision, strategy, and direction for Barnard's safety, security and emergency management programs with a strategic understanding of future security needs and crime prevention on campus.
  • Provide subject matter expertise on safety and security issues to Barnard's administration and the overall Barnard community. Serve as a visible, collaborative and effective point of contact on safety and security issues.
  • Conduct campus investigations as required.
  • Plan, develop and implement safety and security awareness programs for the Barnard community with a particular focus on topics that are pertinent to the needs and activities of students, faculty, and staff, utilizing communication approaches that are relevant and effective for each group.
  • Establish and communicate written campus-wide safety and security standards, policies, practices, and procedures; work with Barnard staff and faculty to ensure knowledge of and adherence to all safety and security standards, policies, practices and procedures.
  • Be aware of emerging campus safety and security issues and threats, as warranted by events and trends, with the goals of meeting or exceeding best practices for campus communities.
  • Make recommendations to Barnard administration for program enhancements, as dictated by events and trends.
  • Implement new strategies and tactics to prevent or mitigate potential safety and security vulnerabilities, as necessary.
  • Oversee safety and security planning measures for public and special events, as needed.


  • Administer and monitor procedures for reporting safety and security incidents, crimes or concerns, and the publishing or reporting of safety and security data, as required by applicable laws, Barnard policies and for insurance reports.
  • Devise and administer measurements, including audits, to ensure compliance and ongoing adequacy of all safety and security standards, policies, practices, and procedure.
  • In collaboration with the Executive Director for Equity and Office of General Counsel, keep current on Jeanne Clery Act and requirements, collect data for the annual Clery reporting, ensure MOU signage, and creation of the Annual Safety Report.
  • Act as primary representative for Barnard College with Columbia University Emergency Operations Team and Clery Compliance Team.

Emergency Management:

  • Manage and direct crisis situations on campus and lead response team until crisis has led to recovery. Oversee emergency coordination on site.
  • Oversee campus wide Emergency Management Committee to review, revise and upgrade, as needed, crisis management plans with a particular emphasis on emergency response, operational continuity, and disaster recovery.
  • Ensure crisis management plans are disseminated to all stakeholders.
  • Oversee a regular program of training, table top exercises, drills, and simulations to ensure adequacy in varying circumstances and emergencies.
  • Ensure campus crisis management programs are compliant with regulations and guidelines promulgated by federal and state authorities.
  • Responsible for the fire safety management program, including supervision of a designated Fire Safety Officer. Ensures that all elements of the fire safety management program are compliant with applicable OSHA regulations and consistent with best practices for campus environments.


  • Work closely with Barnard College Information Technology [BCIT] and other departments to develop, implement, and maintain an effective emergency notification process for the entire Barnard community- consistent with best practices for academic environments.
  • Evaluate existing electronic security, fire alarm, mass communication systems and other security technology for functioning and performance.
  • Keep current with technology advances; recommend and acquire new security technology as appropriate and necessary.
  • Establish an ongoing and formalized training program to ensure that all Public Safety personnel effectively utilize security technology that is pertinent to their responsibilities.
  • Partner with Columbia University and other Barnard departments on security technology issues as they relate to new construction and joint programs or facilities.

Education/Professional Development

  • Bachelor's degree in criminal justice or a closely related or relevant discipline. Advanced degree preferred.
  • Senior level security management experience either in an academic or corporate setting, with prior law enforcement experience desired.
  • Seven [7] to ten [10] years of supervisory experience with direct responsibility for a security function and staff - Previous experience managing staff in a union environment
  • Demonstrated leadership with a track record of accomplishments and value-added initiatives.
  • Experience using standard computer software, including Microsoft Office, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Membership in relevant professional associations, i.e., IACLEA (International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administration, ASIS International (American Society for Industrial Security) and IACP (International Association of Chiefs of Police). - Specialized training in security management, fire safety, and crisis management.

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Police Lieutenant, San Diego State University Police Department

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Police Officer, Collin College

Job Title Police Officer PCLS Code Reports To FLSA Status Full-Time Equivalent Title Not Applicable Supervisory Eligible Driver Salary Grade Salary Range Hiring Range Location Job Purpose This is the non-supervisory, entry-level position for sworn law enforcement officers, who will ensure the safety and welfare of all students, faculty, staff and visitors, maintain peace and order while enforcing College rules, regulations, state and federal laws, and provide law enforcement protection and related services for Collin College. Essential Job Functions (Duties & Responsibilities) Patrol campus to enforce laws and parking regulations. Assist with emergency service and provides first aid treatment. Provides security for special events, and information to the campus community and general public. Conduct parking enforcement; write parking tickets, provide directions to park in designated areas. Conduct crime prevention programs and surveys for students, faculty and staff. Works closely with college administrators to reduce and mitigate conflicts. Conduct preliminary criminal investigations, accident/injury investigations and submit reports. Prepare criminal cases and presents testimony in court.

Supplemental Functions Other duties as assigned.

Performs all duties and maintains all standards in accordance with college policies, procedures and Core Values.

Job Knowledge

State, federal, local laws knowledge. Current legislation knowledge. Best practice knowledge. District wide systems and organizational structure knowledge. Detailed knowledge of State statutes, Board of Trustee policies and procedures, Police department, and Federal regulations.


Interact with strong, positive interpersonal skills. Excellent verbal and written communications. Provide quality control for the delivery of police department services and documentation. Ensure compliance with police department and College policies, orders, directives and guidelines. Critical in analysis of issues. Supportive of police department and College values, mission statements, goals and objectives Abilities Innovative, comprehensive and analytical thinking. Ethical and honest in interactions with other and in the performance of duties.


Minimum of high school diploma or GED required. Experience Two (2) years police experience, or Equivalency Twelve (12) earned hours of college credits from an accredited institution, or Honorable Discharge from the military Licenses & Certification Must have successfully completed the TCOLE Peace Officer Licensing Exam (minimum 70%) and have valid certification, or able to obtain TCOLE certification within 12 months of employment. Valid Texas Driver’s license. May be required to be trained to provide emergency medical treatment including CPR. Current certification or willing to take course for AEDs (Automatic Electronic Defibrillators) certification. Required to handle handguns in a safe and effective manner and be tested periodically.

Physical Demands

May be required to sit, stand, drive, walk, run, stoop, crouch, kneel, crawl, push, use hands to finger, handle or feel objects, operate tools or controls, jump over, pull, carry, reach above head, lift, lower, grasp, hold, climb and balance. Must remain awake, alert and visually observant at all times, and have full use of arms, hands, and legs.

Working Conditions High emotional and psychological stress including life and death decisions Work shifts, as assigned, including nights, weekends, holidays. Subject to shift changes and assignment to various locations. Involves a high degree of risk and exposure to various hazards to include criminal offenses, emergency response, traffic stops, and a diversity of calls for service. Exposure to outside weather conditions. Physical Effort May be required to life more than 100 pounds.

***This is a Security Sensitive position. Therefore candidates will be subject to a criminal background check. ***

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, University of St. Thomas - Houston

Department: University Police Supervisor

University Chief of Police Location: UST Campus The University of St. Thomas (, a private Catholic university committed to the liberal arts and to the religious and intellectual tradition of Catholic higher education, is seeking a Police Officer. The University enrolls more than 3,700 students with its main campus located in Houston's Museum District. The purpose of this position is to provide law enforcement service to the University of St. Thomas campus and the surrounding neighborhood.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
This job title supports the operations of the University of St. Thomas and its Police Department by fulfilling the following functions:

  • Patrol campus in radio-equipped vehicle.
  • Protect life and property against criminal attack and preserve the peace.
  • Provide protection against harmful acts, both willful and inadvertent of non-criminal as well as criminal class.
  • Responsible for the security and policing of buildings.
  • Educate and/or inform students, faculty and staff concerning parking regulations and enforce parking regulations.
  • Maintain effective relations with faculty, staff, and students.
  • Regulate vehicles and pedestrians in traffic in order to prevent accidents and congestion.
  • Provide service to all persons on campus, give information, assist and comfort those in distress.
  • Cooperate with all local law enforcement agencies, investigate all criminal acts and process the recovery of stolen property.
  • Arrest offenders in violation of city, state, and federal laws.
  • Enforce all applicable University regulations.
  • Write reports on all criminal acts and violations of University regulations and make follow-up reports when required.
  • Prepare cases for presentation in court and testify as a witness when called.
  • Complete reports as necessary.
  • Provides courtesy escorts on an as needed basis.
  • Opens/Closes facilities as required.
  • Perform other duties as required.

Qualifications and Requirements

  • Education/License Required: Graduation from an accredited high school or completion of a GED. Associates degree or higher preferred. Must be a licensed Texas Peace Officer or the ability to be licensed within 3 month s of hire.
  • Experience: previous experience in a university police department of similar size is preferred.
  • Working Conditions: Individuals in this position work inside and outside in all types of weather; are exposed to dirt, dust, noise, fumes, odors, heat, cold, rain, humidity, and sudden temperature changes; frequently are exposed to mechanical hazards, traffic hazards, and bodily injuries; are infrequently exposed to chemical, electronic, and fire hazards, explosives, and contagious diseases.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  • Knowledge of functions and obligations of law enforcement.
  • Ability to direct traffic and regulate traffic and parking problems.
  • Knowledge of the use and care of firearms.
  • Ability to exercise clear, quick thinking in emergencies.
  • Demonstrate initiative and good judgment.
  • Ability to deal with people with a firm and tactful manner.
  • Ability to meet the public courteously and intelligently.
  • Ability to write concise, intelligible reports.
  • Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.
  • Knowledge of how to apply first aid.
  • Ability to cooperate with representatives of other law enforcement agencies.
  • Ability to maintain effective relations with faculty, staff, and students.
  • Must be willing to work at night, on weekends, and to report for duty any time an emergency arises.
  • Must be available to work various shifts with rotating days off.

Essential functions or requirements listed above may not be performed in every position with this title, and these essential functions may not include all related duties that might be requested and/or performed.

General Requirements:

  • Must not be less than 21 years of age.
  • Satisfactory results from written test, interview process, background investigation, agility test required.
  • Must have or obtain a valid Texas motor vehicle operator’s license.
  • Heavy lifting, exerting 50-100 lbs. occasionally, 10-25 lbs. frequently, or up to 10-20 lbs. constantly.
  • Constantly sits, sees, speaks, and drives. Frequently stands, walks, kneels, crouches, squats, twists body, lifts heavy objects and people; pushes vehicles; and writes by hand. Infrequently crawls, climbs, runs, fights, and wrestles. Vision must be correctable to 20/20. Must have normal hearing.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work performed by individuals in this job classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and qualifications required of individuals in this job classification. All job classifications may have miscellaneous job duties assigned on an as needed basis. Management, at the appropriate level, retains the right to assign and change the duties of any position at any time.
This is a full time, year round, benefit eligible position. To apply, please send a letter of interest with salary requirements and a resume to the email below. Please note incomplete applications will not be considered. Human Resources  Ref: 0117 University of St. Thomas Houston, TX 77006 The University of St Thomas is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Police Officer (Law Enforcement Officer II) #0117PO, Old Dominion University

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


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

Required Qualifications:

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

Preferred Qualifications:

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

This position opens January 2, 2017. To review position requirements and submit an application, please visit and follow the on-line instructions. AA/EOE

Police Sergeant, University of Vermont Police

The University is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the institution. Applicants are required to include in their cover letter information about how they will further this goal.

For job description ad details go to

Police Sergeant, Lateral, University of Texas at Arlington Police Department


Responsible for supervising police personnel engaged in law enforcement duties associated with the protection, safety, and welfare of students, employees, visitors, and property within the area under the control and jurisdiction of The University of Texas System. Exercises independent judgment within limits prescribed by law, Rules and Regulations of the Board of Regents, institutional rules and regulations and Director of Police departmental policies and procedures. Serves as a Campus Security Authority as defined by the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act).


Salary Range: $63,264 to $78,600 DOQ. Vacation and Sick Leave accrued at eight hours per month. Thirteen paid holidays were authorized for the 2016-17 fiscal year. Eight hour shifts with shift differential pay of $130 monthly for 2nd and 3rd shifts. All equipment, including weapon, is furnished. Benefits package including medical, dental, vision, pre-tax flexible spending, and supplemental life insurance offered. Retirement is through Teacher Retirement System. Supplemental retirement and disability insurance plans also offered. Specific benefit details available on request. 100% tuition reimbursement available after 1 year of service (some stipulations apply).


Sixty college hours credit or an Associate’s degree from an accredited institution. Must successfully pass an approved promotional examination administered by the UT System Director of Police, or designee. Must possess an Intermediate Certification from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) at the time the promotional examination is taken, or have met all the requirements for the Intermediate Certification but not in receipt of the certificate at the time the promotional examination is taken. Three years’ experience as a full time, commissioned police officer. A valid driver's license not subject to suspension.


Employed as a current Sergeant with any University of Texas System component or on the current UT System Police promotional list for this position. Instructor Certification through TCOLE. Applicants from outside the UT System must have four years of experience as a commissioned police officer, which includes at least two years of experience as a commissioned police sergeant or higher rank. An Advanced or Master TCOLE certification is preferred.


Process begins with the applicant going to and following prompts at the Join Our Team employment link. Specific questions may be directed to . Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

The University of Texas at Arlington Police Department serves the 40,000 students, faculty, and staff on the growing campus located in the heart of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Police Chief Kim Lemaux leads an organization committed to excellence in campus policing and to ensuring the safety of students, faculty, and staff. 44 sworn police officers, 48 public safety officers, and 36 professional staff are committed to achieving this goal of distinction. UTA PD is accredited through CALEA and IACLEA.

Public Safety Officer, Saint Martin's University

Position Summary

Provide security, safety and community service to University employees, students and the visiting public.

Essential functions and responsibilities

  • Patrols university property on foot, bicycle and by motorized vehicle.
  • Monitors access control system and closed circuit TV system.
  • Responds to calls for service, including but not limited to fire and trouble alarms, suspicious persons on campus, personal and vehicle accidents, reported crimes against persons and property occurring on campus.
  • Answers/provides appropriate response to emergency and business related telephone calls.
  • Provides escort services for campus community. Initiates incident reports and conducts investigations.
  • Completes accurate logs and records of all security related activities. Work includes rotating shifts.
  • Provides parking services/enforcement as needed.
  • Develops and consults with campus community members.
  • Performs some patrol and escort functions with the use of a motor vehicle or on foot.
  • Actively engage campus community in addressing public safety concerns.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Knowledge of:

  • Procedures and rules governing access to private buildings and grounds; rules of public behavior; general safety precautions; law enforcement basics; basic investigation procedures.
  • Basic security and fire alarm systems and procedures.
  • Relevant social service agencies.
  • Community Oriented Policing.
  • Mediation and conflict resolution.

Skilled in:

  • Effective oral and written communication skills.
  • Contributing to and providing leadership.
  • Giving and taking direction in stressful or emergency situations.
  • Observing, comparing, or monitoring situations and behaviors to determine compliance with prescribed operating or safety standards.
  • Producing written documents with clearly organized thoughts using proper sentence construction, punctuation and grammar.
  • Communicating and working with an ethnically diverse campus community.
  • Interpersonal relationships.
  • Methods of managing conflict dealing with people.

Ability to:

  • Participate and use university sponsored self-defense training.
  • Communicate effectively, in both oral and written form, including use of two-way radio, telephone, and in face-to-face contacts.
  • Respond calmly in stress or conflict situations or campus emergencies.
  • Operate a personal computer using Windows and Windows applications, Internet and email, and word processing software to include creating and editing a document.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with persons from diverse educational, economical and cultural backgrounds, as well as persons with disabilities and mobility challenges.
  • Develop and maintain an extensive knowledge of state criminal law procedures, rules of evidence, safety codes, and university regulations.
  • Interact with a diverse student resident hall population, implementing the concepts of Campus Community Orient Policing.
  • Establish rapport with members of a diverse campus community, establishing partnerships and exchange of ideas and information, used to address campus community problems.
  • Be supportive of a Catholic, Benedictine philosophy of education.

Minimum qualifications

  • Associates degree from an accredited college or university.
  • Two (2) years of experience in a higher education preferred.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and (relational) databases, spreadsheets, and reporting.
  • Familiarity with web applications and website management.
  • Successfully pass a criminal background check.

Application procedures
To be considered for this position, applicants must submit the following to the Office of Human Resources at

  • Application of employment
  • Cover letter specifying interest and how their background has prepared you for this position
  • Current resume
  • As part of our recruiting and hiring process, Saint Martin’s University requires final candidates to prepare a brief statement (no more than one page) which highlights how the candidate’s work experience and background will contribute to our Catholic Benedictine mission and vision of Saint Martin’s University.

To better understand the Catholic, Benedictine values in an educational environment, we are providing a link to a well-written article on the subject: . Please bring the statement with you and give it to the search/interview committee.

See job description and application process for the position at:

Security Lieutenant, College of Mount Saint Vincent

The College of Mount Saint Vincent is an academically excellent, authentically inclusive, Catholic and ecumenical liberal arts college with approximately 1,500 undergraduate students and 300 graduate students, located in the Riverdale section of the Bronx, New York City. Our beautiful 70-acre campus of rolling lawns and wooded hills overlooking the Hudson River is just 12 miles from midtown Manhattan.

Job Description: Highest ranking uniformed security supervisor responsible for the overall supervision of uniformed security personnel, to ensure that all Security functions are properly carried out Work collaboratively with all College departments as needed to assist in the efficient operation of the campus. Need to possess good verbal and written communication skills Conduct regular motorized and walking patrol of the buildings and grounds to ensure that conditions are safe for students, faculty and staff and that all College property is safeguarded Responsible to ensure that all access control policies are in effect and address all cases of unauthorized individuals on campus Knowledgeable of emergency evacuation procedures and able to implement them if needed. Responsible while on campus to respond to all fire safety violations, have a thorough knowledge of all fire panels, and ensure such situations are resolved in a safe manner Coordinate with all emergency personnel arriving on campus and assist “first responders” as needed Responsible for ensuring all parking policies are adhered to, that the flow of vehicular traffic is conducted in a manner safe for motorist and pedestrians. Ensure that summons for violators are issued Responsible to fully investigate all Security related incidents brought to their attention, or which they discovered, and depending on the circumstances, provide a comprehensive, professionally written report to Security Administrators in a timely manner. Expected to be able to write concisely and have good written communication skills. Ensure that Security Administrators are aware of all matters of concern in a timely manner Responsible for providing needed supervision and training to subordinate Security personnel and ensure that all departmental policies are adhered to. In cases where Security personnel are in violation of policies, ensure that proper disciplinary procedures are initiated and brought to the attention of security administrators

Requirements: Expected to be able to effectively utilize the CCTV system and inform Security Administrators of problems discovered. To be proficient in computer programs such as Word and Excel Expected to be able to change their work schedule and extend their tours as dictated by the needs of the department. Be accessible during off hours to department administrators via phone Expected to coordinate ongoing programs such as vehicle maintenance, campus lighting, fire safety exercises and detex wand documentation During large scale events such as concerts and commencement, expected to plan and direct activities to ensure a successful event In the scheduled and unscheduled absence of Security Administrators, will be responsible for scheduling officers, ensuring that there is sufficient coverage for needed posts and events. Will also be responsible for completing pay roll records and submitting such records to the finance department In the absence of Security Administrators, will be expected to represent the Security Department in inter-departmental meetings The above listed description of duties of the position, is not meant to be all-inclusive, other duties and responsibilities may arise as circumstances dictate

Education Requirements: High school diploma or GED required. Bachelor’s degree, prior law enforcement or military service preferred Certificates, licenses, registrations: New York State Certified Security Guard NYC Fire Department Fire Guard License (F-O3) Valid Motor Vehicle Driver’s License

Work Schedule: Monday-Friday 11:00 p.m.  7:00 a.m. This position is considered essential personnel and is required to work during emergencies, holidays, weekends, day and night shifts and overtime

Application Process: All qualified applicants are subject to a background check as part of the final approval process. Applicants must include a letter of application, resume and contact information for at least three references. Please send all application materials by email to

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until filled.

AA/EOE College of Mount Saint Vincent is committed to provide equal opportunity, employment, and advancement opportunities to all individuals. The College of Mount Saint Vincent does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, amnesty, or any other characteristic protected by Federal, State, or Local Laws.

University Police Officer (Cadet, UPO1), University of Nevada, Reno

University Police Services is conducting a recruitment for current and future openings for University Police Officer 1  POST Certified and CADET candidates. These positions may be assigned to any campus to include the University of Nevada, Reno and Truckee Meadows Community College.

The University Police Officer 1 will work under general supervision, performing journey level law enforcement duties to include:

  • protecting university employees, students, and the general public;
  • patrolling and safeguarding the university system properties and surrounding areas;
  • conducting traffic investigations;
  • conducting criminal and non-criminal investigations;
  • preparing for security and law enforcement activities surrounding special events;
  • preparing for appearances in court;
  • performing maintenance on assigned equipment;
  • performing special assignments related to law enforcement and peace officer functions;
  • and maintaining law and order, among other duties

This position provides semi-automatic progression to University Police Officer II upon satisfactory completion of the training period, meeting minimum requirements and with the recommendation of the hiring authority. CADET candidates selected for employment will attend a Nevada State certified law enforcement academy. Upon successful completion of the academy, employees will work under direct supervision and receive training in performing law enforcement duties including protection of university employees, students and the general public; patrol and safeguard university system properties and concurrent jurisdiction in surrounding areas; and maintain law and order, among other duties.

The typical work schedule is varied; this is subject to change based on organizational needs.

Pursuant to NRS 284.4066, this position has been identified as affecting public safety. Persons offered employment in this position must submit to a pre-employment screening for controlled substances.

University Police Officer 2, University of Nevada, Reno

University Police Services is conducting a recruitment for current and future openings for University Police Officer 2s.

These positions may be assigned to any campus; to include the University of Nevada, Reno, Truckee Meadows Community College, and the Desert Research Institute.

These positions will work under general supervision, performing journey level law enforcement duties including:

  • protecting university employees, students, and the general public;
  • patrolling and safeguarding the university system properties and surrounding areas;
  • conducting traffic investigations;
  • conducting criminal and non-criminal investigations;
  • preparing for security and law enforcement activities surrounding special events;
  • preparing for appearances in court;
  • performing maintenance on assigned equipment;
  • performing special assignments related to law enforcement and peace officer functions;
  • and maintaining law and order, among other duties

The typical work schedule is varied; this is subject to change based on organizational needs.

Pursuant to NRS 284.4066, this position has been identified as affecting public safety. Persons offered employment in this position must submit to a pre-employment screening for controlled substances.