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Captain, Town of Hanover Police Department

ABOUT US: The Town of Hanover Police Department is seeking an experienced law enforcement leader for the position of Captain. The Hanover Police Department is a full-service agency and employs 20 sworn and 13 non-sworn personnel and operates under a Board of Selectmen-Manager (Council-Manager) form of government with the Chief of Police reporting to the Town Manager. The Police Department has an annual operating budget of $2.2 million and a Telecommunication Center that provides dispatch services for 20 communities in New Hampshire and Vermont. The New England Police Benevolent Association represents police officers, dispatchers, parking control officers and clerical staff and the Town typically negotiates three year contracts. The Chief of Police, Captain and other supervisory positions are not represented by the NEPBA and do not engage in contract negotiations. The Community: Hanover is located in Grafton County in west central New Hampshire. The Town has a population of 11, 260 and occupies 50.3 square miles. The Town of Hanover and surrounding region is part of "The Upper Valley." This designation refers to a geographic area stretching along both sides of the Connecticut River in central New Hampshire and Vermont. Hanover is home to Dartmouth College, (one of the Ivy League colleges and the ninth oldest college in the nation) and enjoys a lively, "New England cosmopolitan" business district. The area offers an incredible mix of activities, thanks to the great outdoors, including the Connecticut River, the White and Green Mountains, the arts and culture community, and the benefits of intellectual activities found in a college town. With excellent schools, Hanover has retained the small-town, unique charm that reminds us that family, quality of life, and service to others are keys to a successful community. The community was recently named one of the top ten places to live and retire by Money Magazine. Additional information about the Town of Hanover and Police Department can be located at: http://www.hanovernh.org.

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the direction of the Chief of Police, this position is responsible for the Operations and Support Services divisions of the Police Department and its day to day operations. The Operations Division consists of the Patrol and Investigations components. The Support Services Division consists of the Communications, Records, and Parking Divisions. The Captain provides administrative and budgetary support to the Chief and acts for the Chief during his absence. The Successful Candidate is:

  • an experienced law enforcement supervisor and manager capable of conducting employee recognition, appraisal, and discipline
  • proficient in budget development, grant writing and management, and police agency fiscal management
  • an excellent written communicator and skilled in policy research, development and implementation
  • an accomplished public speaker capable of representing the Hanover Police Department and Town of Hanover at a variety of public and private venues
  • experienced in employee recruitment, selection, promotion and training and development
  • knowledgeable in personnel management issues regarding labor relations and collective bargaining
  • a seasoned police trainer with the ability to train law enforcement sworn and non-sworn personnel in technical and legal topical areas
  • current in legal, regulatory, technological, and societal changes impacting law enforcement agencies
  • knowledgeable and experienced in the investigation of citizen complaints and internal affairs/administrative investigations
  • informed on police practices related to receipt, storage and disposition of evidence and property
  • a critical thinker with the ability to make complex decisions impacting police services and administration
  • capable and experienced in conducting departmental inspections and audits on employees, facilities, vehicles, and programs
  • active and involved in his/her community with frequent interaction with governmental, business, schools, volunteer organizations, and other community stakeholders
  • involved in community activities, festivals, and police department outreach efforts
  • a veteran law enforcement officer who is capable of delivering professional testimony at criminal, administrative, and legislative hearings
  • physically capable of performing the duties of a sworn law enforcement officer

QUALIFICATIONS: This is a sworn law enforcement officer position in the State of New Hampshire. Successful candidates must have a minimum of ten (10) years progressively responsible experience in law enforcement including seven (7) years of progressive supervisory law enforcement experience. Certified New Hampshire police officer or ability to obtain certification within six months of employment from the Police Standards and Training Council. The possession of a Bachelor's or Master's degree in a field related to criminal justice or public administration is preferred. Successful completion of a law enforcement command college course such as the FBI National Academy, Northwestern School of Police Staff and Command, or equivalent course is also preferred. The State of New Hampshire does not recognize federal or military law enforcement training for certification. The successful candidate is expected to establish their principal residence in New Hampshire or Vermont within approximately 30 minutes driving distance from the Hanover Police Department within a period of time to be negotiated with the Chief of Police.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Salary Information and Application Process: The hiring range is $74,567 - $113,909 with compensation negotiable based upon experience and qualifications. The Police Department offers education and physical fitness incentives once the candidate has completed a six month probationary period that could be equivalent of up to 8% of salary.

The Town of Hanover offers a competitive benefits package. Information pertaining to benefits can be located at: http://www.hanovernh.org/Pages/HanoverNH_HR/index. All applications must be fully completed and submitted online at: https://www.developmentalassociates.com/client-openings/client-positions/. Click on the position Police Captain - Hanover, NH and follow the instructions to apply. Application closing date is February 8, 2015 at 5:00 PM ET. Application screening will begin on February 5, 2015. Semi-finalists will be invited to participate in an assessment center in Hanover on March 18-19, 2015. All inquiries should be e-mailed to Thomas M. Moss, Senior Consultant for Developmental Associates, LLC at tmmoss@developmentalassociates.com or telephone (919) 813-6096 Ext. 104.

The Town of Hanover is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The recruitment and selection process is being managed by Developmental Associates, LLC.


Chief of Police, University of Minnesota

The University of Minnesota is seeking a proven law enforcement leader and innovative manager to serve as its next Chief of Police. The Chief of Police reports to the Vice President for University Services and leads the University of Minnesota Police Department (UMPD) on the Twin Cities campus. The Twin Cities campus has a student population of 52,000 and 16,000 employees. UMPD is a fully sworn and Minnesota-POST certified, 24/7 police agency with an annual budget of $14 million and a staff of approximately 80 full-time staff (including 50 sworn full-time officers), 170 part-time police officers, and 150 student employees. Required qualifications include a bachelors degree from an accredited institution, licensure or eligibility to be licensed as a Peace Officer by the Minnesota POST Board, at least 10 years of leadership experience within a Police Department of which 6 years must have been at an upper management level, and demonstrated experience recruiting and directing a diverse staff of law enforcement personnel and a proven ability to effectively police a diverse community. The ideal candidate will have a masters degree in a relevant field, advanced law enforcement training in leadership from a reputable organization, a demonstrated understanding of the unique nature of policing within a higher education institution, demonstrated expert knowledge, interpretation and application of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act and experience overseeing police operations for large scale special events, dignitary visits and demonstrations. Top candidates must pass a rigorous police back grounding process that includes a personnel, employment, criminal, psychological and physical examination. Complete recruitment brochure is available at http://waters-company.com/wp-content/uploads/Brochure.pdf. The University offers an attractive and highly competitive salary and benefit program; salary is based on experience and qualifications. Qualified candidates are strongly encouraged to send a cover letter and resume online at https:\\waters-company.recruitmenthome.com no later than February 20, 2015. This is a critical leadership position; the University will begin immediately to screen applicants against the criteria outlined in this brochure. For more information, contact Sharon Klumpp at sklumpp@waters-company.com or (651) 223-3053 (office)/ (651) 270-6856 (mobile). The University of Minnesota is an Equal Opportunity Employer/AA

Director for Campus Safety and Security, St. Bonaventure University

St. Bonaventure University’s Safety and Security Department is seeking to hire a strategic partner to join us as our Director for Campus Safety and Security.  The successful candidate will direct and supervise the University’s overall safety and security program which focuses on an educational approach to community safety, student learning and development. Actively supervises the department operations in the following areas: personnel, budget, policy, Clery Act compliance, NYS Guard Act compliance, NYS fire safety compliance, emergency preparedness and incident management.

The position requires Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, student development, higher-education administration, or other related area combined with a minimum of 10 years management/leadership experience in law enforcement, security operations or military service required.  The successful candidate will exhibit excellent written, verbal and analytical skills.  Ability to demonstrate outstanding interpersonal and organizational development skills with proven success in the evaluation and improvement of office efficiencies to include advancing the abilities of those you supervise.

Application review will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled, priority will be given to applicants who apply prior to January 21, 2015. Interested candidates should send a cover and resume with three letters of reference via email to jzimmer@sbu.edu

St. Bonaventure University Profile:    http://www.sbu.edu/docs/default-source/about-sbu/st-bonaventure-vp-enrollment-institutional-profile-for-web.pdf?sfvrsn=0

The nation’s first Franciscan university, St. Bonaventure University cultivates graduates who are confident and creative communicators, collaborative leaders and team members, and innovative problem solvers who are respectful of themselves, others, and the diverse world around them. We are establishing pathways to internships, graduate schools and careers in the context of our renowned liberal arts tradition. Our students are becoming extraordinary.

St. Bonaventure University is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to fostering diversity in its faculty, staff and student body, and strongly encourages applications from the entire spectrum of a diverse community. In light of its commitment to create and maintain a safe learning and working environment, employment with St. Bonaventure University requires successful completion of a background screening. Unless otherwise provided by law, a criminal record will not automatically disqualify an individual from employment.


DIRECTOR OF CAMPUS SAFETY, Clackamas Community College

For a complete job description, please visit the Prothman Company at http://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Current Searches." 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, bird watching, hiking, canoeing, climbing and bicycling. Clackamas Community College (CCC) offers classes and services to a diverse student body totaling over 38,000 at three active campuses - Oregon City (CCC's main campus), North Clackamas, and Wilsonville. The Director of Campus Safety implements and administers all safety and security 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 nearly $1.4 million with 4 fulltime and 4 part-time sworn 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 a bachelors degree and 5 years of public policing experience or 5 years experience in the workplace health and safety field. Must be able to obtain a law enforcement commission from the Oregon Department of Public Safety. Clackamas Community College is an equal opportunity employer. First review: February 15, 2015 (open until filled). To apply online, visit Prothman at http://www.prothman.com/ 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 Campus Security , Idaho State University

The Position: The Director of Campus Security reports to the Associate Vice President for Facilities Services and is responsible for directing and coordinating the overall operation of Idaho State Universitys Campus Security Department. The department is responsible for protecting the students, faculty, staff, visitors, and property of the University, and providing a safe learning environment. The position works effectively with University executives, faculty and staff at all levels, students, and external constituencies, and is flexible and experienced in managing departmental activities, staff, and an armed campus security force. Provides direction and supervision of the parking system, Bengal Card system, background investigations, fire evacuations, incident command and emergency operations center, emergency response and recovery, and campus-wide emergency notification systems at each of Universitys three campuses. Idaho State is ranked as one of the ten safest campuses in the United States (www.collegesafe.com). Supervises: Oversees security, safety, parking, emergency management, emergency notification, and Bengal Card units. Staff of approximately 25 includes: Management Assistant, Security Supervisors, University Control/Access System Manager, Associate Trainer, Security Officers, and Office Specialists. The department employs 30 part-time students as well. Qualifications: " Bachelors degree in a related field required. " Experience in the higher education sector highly preferred. " Experience in a supervisory management position in a security agency or department required. " Certified Protection Professional (CPP), POST Certification, Graduate of a POST Academy program or equivalent is preferred. " Professional development and training certifications in emergency management from FEMA, NEMA, or related agencies is preferred. " Must pass rigorous background investigation and possess a current valid drivers license. " Ability to think independently, use sound reasoning and judgment, and function in an autonomous capacity. " Proven ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. " Ability to organize work effectively, react to emerging security problems, and take initiative. " Ability to demonstrate sensitivity toward the broad and fluctuating base of institutional concerns. To view position specifications: http://summitsearchsolutions.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/ISU_Director_CampusSecurity_Spec.pdf

Director of Investigations , Loyola Marymount University

Loyola Marymount University has an opening for Director of Investigations in the Department of Public Safety (DPS). The Director of Investigations will oversee the entire DPS investigative system and ensure comprehensive alignment of investigative processes with university strategic initiatives.

The Director will ensure the consistency, thoroughness, accuracy and legal compliance of all investigations, through the use of policies, procedures and protocols. Additional responsibilities include: extensive collaboration, consultation and oversight of the investigative process; oversight of systems related to collection of data necessary for complete and accurate recording of all incidents reported; responsibility for managing the department's threat management program; initiation, assignment and conducting investigations of crime, misconduct, and university policy violations; development of programs and events for outreach to the university community for crime prevention, alcohol awareness, threat assessment, and personal safety; and usage of statistical analysis to report metrics for yearly departmental assessment of goals and achievements.

Loyola Marymount University shares in a rich intellectual heritage fostered by the Jesuit and Marymount educational traditions and founded on social justice and ethical values. Governed by an independent Board of Trustees, LMU cherishes its Catholic identity while at the same time welcoming people from diverse social, religious, and cultural backgrounds. LMU is in Los Angeles, yet near the Pacific Ocean, offering a dynamic cultural environment.

We seek candidates who typically hold a bachelor's degree or equivalent experience. Candidates should possess a minimum of 7 years of experience in progressively responsible positions managing complex investigations and writing high-quality investigative reports. Experience working in higher education is preferred.

The incumbent will be expected to acquire a working knowledge of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and the Incident Command System (ICS) and must be able to work in the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) format.

Candidates should also possess exemplary communication skills, demonstrated computer competency, and highly developed organizational and leadership skills.

We offer a comprehensive benefits package and competitive salary.

For more details regarding this position please visit our website. Interested candidates may apply by submitting a cover letter, resume, and salary history to http://jobs.lmu.edu (reference # 0150253).


Director, Safety & Transportation, Missouri State University

Missouri State University is accepting applications for DIRECTOR, SAFETY AND TRANSPORTATION. Responsibilities: serving as the chief administrator for the Department of Safety and Transportation, assuring efficient transportation services, coordinating with the Springfield Police Department substation, developing contingency plans for natural disasters, emergencies, and threatening circumstances, administering the University's emergency response plan, the master fire safety plan, parking administration programs, the motor pool, and coordinating operation of the campus shuttle system, the radio communications center, and the 24/7 public safety operation, preparing Clery Act reporting and overseeing the Departments acceptance and disposition of reports of crimes, complaints, and incidents of sexual violence, sexual harassment, sexual assault, and stalking, monitoring all aspects of daily operations, supervising, administering budgets, and maintaining a cooperative relationship with the neighborhoods surrounding campus. For req. qualifications and app. procedures: https://jobs.missouristate.edu or call (417) 836-4683. Pay Grade: 48. Salary: $72,620 - $92,439\ann. Successful candidates must be committed to working with diverse student and community populations. Employment will require a criminal background check at University expense. EO/AA/M/F/VETERANS/DISABILITY EMPLOYER AND INSTITUTION

Executive Director for Campus Safety and Security Services, Johns Hopkins University

Founded in 1876, Johns Hopkins University is a private research university, ranked among the worlds top universities. The University is organized into ten divisions on campuses in Maryland and Washington, DC with international centers in Italy, China, and Singapore. The Homewood campus is a stately 140-acre undergraduate campus housing the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and the Whiting School of Engineering located in north Baltimores Charles Village neighborhood. A diverse community of 5,192 undergraduates from all 50 states and 61 nations throughout the world are enrolled on the Homewood campus, with approximately 2,700 living in University owned housing. This is a very exciting time in the 139 year history of the institution as the University engages in an ambitious strategic plan to build greater collaboration and shared identity across all divisions, to strengthen the undergraduate experience while continuing to invest in the institutions record of excellence as a premier research institution, and to enrich its ties to Baltimore, the nation, and the world, so that Johns Hopkins becomes the exemplar of a globally engaged, urban university. The Executive Director for Campus Safety and Security provides visionary leadership and direct oversight of all campus safety and security functions across numerous academic campuses, including Homewood, Harbor East, Peabody Institute, Columbia Center, Montgomery County, and Washington Centers. As a key member of the Vice President of Corporate Securitys strategic senior leadership team, the Executive Director is tasked with implementing a proactive and dynamic community policing agenda that incorporates best practices balancing service with enforcement within an urban academic institution across reporting units. The Executive Director has primary operational responsibility for the Homewood campus; supervises three direct reports including the Assistant Director for Campus Safety and Security at Homewood, the Director of Security for the Peabody Institute, and the Senior Director of Security for the National Capital Region; and manages a total organization consisting of 112 campus police and security officers, 78 contracted security members, and approximately ten off-duty municipal police officers. Implementing effective recruitment and retention strategies to attract, develop, and retain a diverse staff; analyzing trends and community needs to strategically deploy personnel and technology for optimal impact; and instituting a consistent culture of service, policies, and protocols across all units are key management responsibilities. In addition to ensuring safety of persons and property on and near the campuses with programs to preserve the peace, the Executive Director develops initiatives to prevent crime, investigates criminal activity, enforces parking and traffic regulations, and promotes safety awareness. The Executive Director will be a highly visible, engaged member of the campus community and will regularly interface and partner with the President, Senior Vice President, Provost, Deans, and other University leaders including colleagues working in Risk Management, Institutional Equity/Title IX, General Counsel, Human Resources, and Student Life. Additional priorities for the Executive Director include developing a strategic plan for all units under his/her command in support of institutional strategic goals; building strong working relationships with community partners, neighborhood associations, and municipal, state, and federal law enforcement agencies; and ensuring all operations, emergency preparedness, crisis management response, communication systems, and protocols are continuously updated to reflect state of the art standards. The full description is available on the SJG website at http://bit.ly/1C7Rkss Minimum required qualifications include a bachelors and ten years of progressively responsible and supervisory law enforcement or relevant security experience, preferably within a college/university security department or law enforcement agency. Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain appropriate working relationships with other law enforcement entities is essential. Additional requirements include: strong interpersonal, communication and public relation skills necessary to establish and maintain rapport with the JHU community and the general public; ability to brief senior leadership on sensitive and complex matters in a clear and coherent manner; ability to maintain confidentiality; commitment to create and promote a customer service oriented environment; collaborative management style demonstrating integrity and respect for all constituencies; commitment to affirmative action and diversity in addition to a distinct appreciation for the mission, traditions, and culture of the University; ability to work autonomously in a highly matrixed, decentralized, and complex work environment; and excellent organizational and time management skills. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Applications received by February 6, 2015 will be assured full consideration. A resume with an accompanying cover letter may be submitted via the SJG website at www.spelmanandjohnson.com under the link Current Searches. Inquiries or nominations may be directed to Valerie Szymkowicz at vbs@spelmanandjohnson.com. SJG  The Spelman & Johnson Group Johns Hopkins University  Executive Director for Campus Safety & Security Valerie B. Szymkowicz, Senior Associate

Police Major, University of Cincinnati

Police Major (214UC0206) The University of Cincinnati is currently accepting applications for Police Major. Under general supervision from the Chief of Police, provides extensive professional assistance and recommendations on campus issues to the Chief and other campus executives.

Position Description: Under general supervision from the Chief of Police, provides extensive professional assistance and recommendations on campus issues to the Chief and other campus executives.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree with 5 years experience; OR associate degree with 7 years experience; degree must be in Criminal Justice, Public Administration, Business Administration, or related field. Experience must be in criminal justice administration. 2 years of experience must be in an administrative position with the Chief of Police. Must show progressively more responsibility and have experience as a direct supervisor.

Position Qualification: Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of campus law enforcement, as well as a good understanding and knowledge of the functions of higher education; considerable knowledge of the laws, ordinances, and regulations relating to campus policing. Ability to make acceptable professional recommendations on short and long term policy development concerning matters of major importance to the community and administration of the University of Cincinnati. Ability to meet and deal effectively with department personnel, governing bodies, outside agencies, and the public. Ability to organize, delegate and establish meaningful goals; establish effective working relationships with employees and the public. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.

Ideal Qualifications: Experience working in professional standards with Clery Act compliance is preferred. Graduation from a recognized command school such as FBI National Academy is highly preferred. Unusual Working Conditions: Law enforcement hazards. Requires ability to gain physical control of suspects/prisoners/patients, climb stairs, run after suspects, and provide first aid and emergency care. Must maintain agility and physical fitness. Use and maintenance of firearms. Supervise after-hours events and is on call at all times unless relieved by Police Chief/Director of Public Safety. May work in inclement weather.

To apply for position (214UC0206), please see www.jobsatuc.com The University of Cincinnati is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer/ M/F/Vet/Disabled. UC is a smoke-free work environment.


Police Officer , College of William & Mary

The College of William & Mary is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Police Officer with the William and Mary Police Department. We have identical positions and the intent is to hire multiple candidates from this posting. Police Officers protect life and property and enforce the laws of the Commonwealth as well as the Rules and Regulations of the College of William and Mary in such a manner as to create an environment conducive to the educational mission of The College of William and Mary. Required Qualifications: " An ability to evaluate situations and make routine independent decisions under conditions ranging from predetermined to unknown. " Ability to exercise significant authority over individuals in the public, to detain and affect arrests. Responsible for investigation of cases, specialized training, and coordination of work within their field of expertise. " Sound judgment in the proper application and interpretation of laws and regulations is required. Appropriate interaction with the court, local police and Sheriffs Office, attorneys and other officials. " Demonstrated ability to effectively deal with the public under varying and often rapidly evolving situations. " An open approach to all situations to consider all aspects and the impact and/or potential outcome. " Proficiency with computers and their various applications. " Demonstrated ability to read and write, follow written and verbal instructions, prepare reports, and perform essential physical requirements of the job and during inclement weather conditions. " Ability to successfully complete a specified law enforcement training program within 1 year of hire. " Ability to obtain and maintain certification in CPR and First AID. " Education or Training  High School graduate or equivalent For more information and to submit an application/resume please go to the following website: https://jobs.wm.edu/postings/19854

Public Safety Officer 7131, North Carolina A&T State University

High school diploma or equivalency. Certification as a law enforcement officer in accordance with the provisions of the North Carolina Criminal Justice Training and Standards Commission or the ability to achieve certification within one year of employment The primary purpose of this position is to carry out the activities of police patrol on the University campus. This position patrols assigned areas for response to complaints or calls and for detection of violations of those observed committing offenses, investigating violation or complaints in order to assess and handle cases, responsibility for the collection and preservation of evidence and chain of custody and testifying in the court proceedings. Work in this class excludes property security, escort service and parking control except as incidental assignments. Work is performed under general supervision, guided by applicable laws, regulations and policy, and reviewed through job effectiveness, oral and written reports. Primary Function of Organizational Unit The primary purpose of this unit is to provide an effective and efficient link between the University Community and the University Police Department s operations and services 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. The Department of Police and Public Safety maintains the responsibility of providing a safe and secure community for the students, faculty, staff and visitors. All University Police Officers are sworn full[time police officers who are state certified by the North Carolina Criminal Justice Training and Standards Commission and must receive Basic Law Enforcement Training before being sworn as Police Officers. NC A&T State University Police Officers have complete police authority to enforce local, state and federal laws on all property owned or leased by the University and on streets that run through, are adjacent to, or border the campus. Work Hours 7:00 pm to 7:00 am or 7:00 am to 7:00 pm To Apply: https://jobs.ncat.edu/postings/7132

Public Safety Officer 7132, North Carolina A&T State University

High school diploma or equivalency. Certification as a law enforcement officer in accordance with the provisions of the North Carolina Criminal Justice Training and Standards Commission or the ability to achieve certification within one year of employment The primary purpose of this position is to carry out the activities of police patrol on the University campus. This position patrols assigned areas for response to complaints or calls and for detection of violations of those observed committing offenses, investigating violation or complaints in order to assess and handle cases, responsibility for the collection and preservation of evidence and chain of custody and testifying in the court proceedings. Work in this class excludes property security, escort service and parking control except as incidental assignments. Work is performed under general supervision, guided by applicable laws, regulations and policy, and reviewed through job effectiveness, oral and written reports. Primary Function of Organizational Unit The primary purpose of this unit is to provide an effective and efficient link between the University Community and the University Police Departments operations and services 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. The Department of Police and Public Safety maintains the responsibility of providing a safe and secure community for the students, faculty, staff and visitors. All University Police Officers are sworn full[time police officers who are state certified by the North Carolina Criminal Justice Training and Standards Commission and must receive Basic Law Enforcement Training before being sworn as Police Officers. NC A&T State University Police Officers have complete police authority to enforce local, state and federal laws on all property owned or leased by the University and on streets that run through, are adjacent to, or border the campus. Work Hours 7:00 pm to 7:00 am or 7:00 am to 7:00 pm To Apply: https://jobs.ncat.edu/postings/7132

Public Safety Officer 7133, North Carolina A&T State University

High school diploma or equivalency. Certification as a law enforcement officer in accordance with the provisions of the North Carolina Criminal Justice Training and Standards Commission or the ability to achieve certification within one year of employment. Preferred Years Experience, Skills, Training, Education Basic Law Enforcement Training Position Overview Primary Purpose of Position The primary purpose of this position is to carry out the activities of police patrol on the University campus. This position patrols assigned areas for response to complaints or calls and for detection of violations of those observed committing offenses, investigating violation or complaints in order to assess and handle cases, responsibility for the collection and preservation of evidence and chain of custody and testifying in the court proceedings. Work in this class excludes property security, escort service and parking control except as incidental assignments. Work is performed under general supervision, guided by applicable laws, regulations and policy, and reviewed through job effectiveness, oral and written reports. Primary Function of Organizational Unit The primary function of this unit is to provide an effective and efficient link between the University Community and the University Police Departments operations and services 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. The Department of Police and Public Safety maintains the responsibility of providing a safe and secure community for the students, faculty, staff and visitors. All University Police Officers are sworn full[time police officers who are state certified by the North Carolina Criminal Justice Training and Standards Commission and must receive Basic Law Enforcement Training before being sworn as Police Officers. NC A&T State University Police Officers have complete police authority to enforce local, state and federal laws on all property owned or leased by the University and on streets that run through, are adjacent to, or border the campus. Work Hours 7:00 pm to 7:00 am or 7:00 am to 7:00 pm Key Responsibilities and Related Competencies Required Competency Knowledge - Technical Duties (1)Applies Technical Knowledge to General Patrol Duties: Applies through knowledge of street layout, all buildings (residential, academics, etc) and landmarks of NC A&T State University and surrounding area. Detects and deters crime with the ability to understand crime activities and trends by conducting self-imitated security checks. Uses self-initiated security checks to protect people and property (spot checks and building walk through); locks and unlocks as needed. Identifies suspicious individuals, incidents, and vehicles. Applies general knowledge of facility layout, alarm system, fire detection systems, etc to assist citizens (directions, safety escorts, etc) when asked and actively look for ways to assist. Operates police vehicle with basic knowledge of motor vehicle stops. Assists motorists (stalled vehicles, jump-starting, waiting with motorist; assist with vehicle unlocks. Practices learned officer safety techniques; enforces traffic laws daily; and directs traffic flow when needed. Applies knowledge of criminal and traffic laws to regularly enforce criminal and traffic violations. Reports and resolves traffic problems, safety concerns, hazards, etc. Applies knowledge of investigative techniques and case preparation requirements for routine traffic and criminal cases. Applies knowledge of standard law enforcement equipment, its care, and safe use according to Department General Orders. Acquires knowledge of university and community resources, and applies this understanding to community policing. (2) Applies Technical Knowledge to Use and Maintain Law Enforcement Equipment: Conducts appropriate vehicle inspection at the beginning and end of each shift (includes reporting damage; properly maintains and accounts for all vehicle equipment; properly operates basic vehicle equipment (in-car cameras, police radio, emergency lights, and siren and in-car computer/modem.; operates and appropriately uses fire suppression equipment, digital camera, lock tolls and flares; operates the following equipment safely and effectively and in compliance with policy/law: 1. Firearms 2. Baton 3. Handcuffs 4. OC spray 5. Mobile video camera 6. Hand-held radios 7. Office computers for (CJLEADS, NCAWARE, Police Pak (RMS), word processing, DCI, CAD) 8. MDTs To Apply: https://jobs.ncat.edu/postings/7133