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Assistant Chief of Police, University of Cincinnati

Looking for a great new opportunity to positively impact law enforcement? Ready for the challenge of instilling community confidence, creating a cultural shift and transforming the workings of a growing department? Join our Team and make your mark on the safety of our University community  impacting faculty, staff, students and surrounding neighborhoods.

The University of Cincinnati is seeking an Assistant Chief of Police to oversee crime prevention, intelligence led policing, community policing, community engagement and community partnership efforts, and implement best practices based upon research into applicable professional standards. Reporting to the Chief of Police, the Assistant Chief will assist in the planning and direction of daily police operations, including Patrol, Crime Prevention, Investigations, Property and Evidence, Emergency Communications, Special Operations, Training and Community Affairs. The Assistant Chief serves in an acting capacity for the Police Chief or Director of Public Safety, as needed.
Responsibilities include:

  • Ensuring compliance of department operations with all rules and regulations and serving as the University liaison with other law enforcement agencies and the criminal justice system.
  • Helping the Chief oversee a staff of 160 sworn and non-sworn personnel; providing direct supervision to staff (including hiring/firing, performance evaluations, disciplinary action, approve time off, etc.).
  • Assisting with budget preparations and monitoring expenditures.
  • Directing internal communications and coordination within all levels of the department and providing regular briefs to the Chief on all law enforcement activity.
  • Assisting the Chief to ensure all employees receive appropriate training (covering community policing, customer service, implicit bias, fair and impartial policing, and diversity and inclusion).
  • Working collaboratively with the Office for Safety & Reform and their Community Advisory Council to implement recommendations from a comprehensive audit to address police reform.
  • Assisting in the operationalization of best practices that may include updates to policies, procedures, practices, training, and hiring, recruitment, and retention.

We are looking for candidates with leadership, supervisory, and command experience in a variety of law enforcement functions, with a proven track record of developing and implementing organizational change. Demonstrated experience in working and leading diverse constituencies, and the ability to communicate effectively is essential. Other key attributes include problem solving skills, strong strategic planning skills, and a demonstrated commitment to evidence-based principles and best practices in campus law enforcement. Needs to demonstrate an understanding of student development and the needs of a complex, diverse urban campus community, and prior experience with emergency preparedness and managing large events.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelors degree in criminal justice, public policy, business administration, social work, sociology, psychology, or a related field (masters degree is preferred),
  • Minimum of eight years of law enforcement experience, with at least four years of advanced supervisory experience,
  • Certification by the Ohio Peace Officers Training Council is required at the time of appointment.
  • A current valid Ohio Drivers License within 30 days of hire. 

Preferred qualifications include three years of command level law enforcement experience, and/or advanced training in executive law enforcement leadership courses (e.g., FBI National Academy, the Southern Policing Institute, etc.).
As required by the University of Cincinnati and the State of Ohio, all new applicants must pass a psychological examination, medical examination, background investigation and a drug screen prior to employment.
The University of Cincinnati, founded in 1819, is an urban university located less than 10 minutes from downtown Cincinnati. Boasting two million residents and 120,000 businesses, Cincinnati is a progressive 15-county region located at the intersection of Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana and blends small town charm with big city amenities, producing one of the most vibrant and affordable places in the country to live. The University provides undergraduate, graduate, and professional education, experience-based learning, and research. Located in the heart of Cincinnati, the University boasts a student body of over 44,000 enrolled in over 370 programs of study, and is the regions largest employer with over 15,000 faculty, staff, and student workers. We are committed to excellence and diversity and we provide an inclusive environment where innovation and freedom of intellectual inquiry flourish.

The University of Cincinnati is committed to achieving excellence through diversity among its administrators, students, faculty, and staff. To be considered for this position, please apply online and attach a current resume, cover letter, and personal statement summarizing your contributions to diversity, inclusion and leadership. Applications will not be considered complete unless these three items are included. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please apply online at http://bit.ly/23ixaOz.
 

For additional information about the UCPD please visit http://www.uc.edu/publicsafety.html and the Office of Safety & Reform at http://www.uc.edu/safety-reform.html


Campus Police Officer, Brown University

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

Qualifications:

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

Special Physical Requirements:

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

To View More Details and To Apply, please use the following link to this position on Brown’s Career
Site: https://brown.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/staff-careers-brown/job/75-Charlesfield-Street/Campus- Police-Officer_REQ123025-7

Please note:  Application Deadline is May 2, 2016; please attach a cover letter and a resume to your completed application.

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

About Brown  (Please visit our website and get to know us better at: www.brown.edu)

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

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


Campus Police Officer I , Massachusetts College of Art and Design

Official Title

Campus Police Officer I (2 positions)

FLSA Status

Non-Exempt

Union

AFSCME

Pay Rate

$1,646.10

Department

Public Safety

Job Description / Statement of Duties

The basic purpose of this job is to ensure and maintain a secure campus environment. Incumbents of this position patrol campus buildings and adjacent areas; investigate crimes or other incidents; restrain or arrest suspects when necessary; provide assistance to courts or grand juries in prosecution of cases; and perform related work as required.
MassArt Campus Police Officers perform the duties and responsibilities listed in the provisions of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Human Resources Division’s (HRD) (formerly Massachusetts Department of Personnel Administration) Classification Specification dated April 16.
For full classification specification, please visit www.mass.edu/shared/documents/classificationspecs/specspers/Campus Police Officer.doc.
Available hours of work are:
1. 6:00PM to 2:00AM with Sunday and Monday off.
2. 3:00PM to 11:00PM with Tuesday and Wednesday off.
The candidate recommended for hire will be subject to a criminal record check, physical examination and drug screen and must successfully pass these prior to hire.
Massachusetts College of Art and Design is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Members of underrepresented groups, minorities, women, veterans, persons with disabilities, and all persons committed to diversity and inclusive excellence are strongly encouraged to apply.
Review of applications begins on Monday, May 9, 2016 and will continue until the position is filled.


Chief of Police, University of Cincinnati

Looking for a great leadership opportunity to positively impact law enforcement? Ready for the challenge of instilling community confidence, creating a cultural shift and transforming the workings of a growing department? Join our Team and make your mark on the safety of our University community  impacting faculty, staff, students and surrounding neighborhoods.

The University of Cincinnati is seeking a Chief of Police to plan, organize, direct and administer the overall police initiatives of our campus community. Reporting to Director of Public Safety, the Chief of Police strives to ensure a secure environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors to the University of Cincinnati at all of our locations - Uptown (West) Campus, Medical (East) Campus, two satellite campuses (Blue Ash and Clermont), and additional University-owned property. This role oversees all police functions including uniformed patrol services, crime prevention, intelligence led policing and community relations programs, criminal investigations, communications, and record management. The Chief serves in an acting capacity for the Director of Public Safety, as needed.
Responsibilities include:

  • Supervising sworn / non-sworn police personnel; managing recruitment and training (including community policing, customer service, implicit bias, fair and impartial policing, and diversity and inclusion); developing and implementing effective safety policies / programs and crime prevention strategies (including a comprehensive community policing program); and ensuring timely and accurate reporting.
  • Representing the UCPD in the local community and serving a central role in establishing and maintaining strong collaborative relationships with UC constituents (public safety agencies, community residents, and media). Developing and overseeing a strategy to rebuild trust between the UCPD and the University and residential communities.
  • Overseeing a budget of 12 million and supervising a staff of 160, engaged in scheduling of employees, monitoring overtime, and overseeing relevant collective bargaining agreements to ensure efficiency and effectiveness of operations across all locations.
  • Leading UCPD reform efforts, working collaboratively with the Office for Safety & Reform and their Community Advisory Council to implement recommendations from a comprehensive audit to address police reform.
  • Designing and implementing ‘best practice’ organizational changes that may include updates to policies, procedures, practices, training, and hiring, recruitment, and retention.
  • Requirement to be on-call 24 hours a day/seven days a week and ability to respond to emergencies in potentially hazardous environments.

We are looking for candidates with leadership, supervisory, and command experience in a variety of law enforcement functions, with a proven track record of developing and implementing organizational change. Demonstrated experience in working and leading diverse constituencies, and the ability to communicate effectively is essential. Other key attributes include problem solving skills, strong strategic planning skills, and a demonstrated commitment to evidence-based principles and best practices in campus law enforcement. Needs to demonstrate an understanding of student development and the needs of a complex, diverse urban campus community, and prior experience with emergency preparedness and managing large events.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, public policy, business administration, social work, sociology, psychology, or a related field (master’s degree is preferred),
  • Minimum of ten years of law enforcement experience, with at least five years of advanced supervisory experience,
  • Certification by the Ohio Peace Officers Training Council required within one year of appointment.
  • A current valid Ohio Driver’s License within 30 days of hire. 

Preferred qualifications include five years of command level law enforcement experience, and/or advanced training in executive law enforcement leadership courses (e.g., FBI National Academy, the Southern Policing Institute, etc.).
As required by the University of Cincinnati and the State of Ohio, all new applicants must pass a psychological examination, medical examination, background investigation and a drug screen prior to employment. 

The University of Cincinnati, founded in 1819, is an urban university located less than 10 minutes from downtown Cincinnati. Boasting two million residents and 120,000 businesses, Cincinnati is a progressive 15-county region located at the intersection of Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana and blends small town charm with big city amenities, producing one of the most vibrant and affordable places in the country to live. The University provides undergraduate, graduate, and professional education, experience-based learning, and research. Located in the heart of Cincinnati, the University boasts a student body of over 44,000 enrolled in over 370 programs of study, and is the region’s largest employer with over 15,000 faculty, staff, and student workers. We are committed to excellence and diversity and we provide an inclusive environment where innovation and freedom of intellectual inquiry flourish.

The University of Cincinnati is committed to achieving excellence through diversity among its administrators, students, faculty, and staff. Along with a resume and cover letter, please attach a personal statement summarizing your contributions to diversity, inclusion and leadership.
Applications will be accepted online until the position is filled. Apply online at http://bit.ly/23ixKfc
For additional information about the UCPD please visit http://www.uc.edu/publicsafety.html and the Office of Safety & Reform at http://www.uc.edu/safety-reform.html


Chief of Police, Emory University

The Emory University Department of Public Safety is seeking an exceptional candidate to serve as our next Chief of Police. The ideal candidate will have at least 10 years’ experience in law enforcement preferably in a university setting.  A top public safety record and a sense of customer service as it relates to the various Emory University campuses and our richly diverse international campus culture.  In addition, the ideal candidate will have a strong understanding of current safety methods and a demonstrated history of short and long term law enforcement strategy implementation across multiple campuses.  

JOB DESCRIPTION:

  • Reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Public Safety, provides administrative leadership, direction, and oversight for the comprehensive law enforcement and security services provided through the Emory Police Department, ensuring optimal coordination and efficiency of services and programs.
  • Fosters cooperative working relationships with and serves as a liaison to other University departments; various faculty, staff, and student community groups; federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies; and, the community served.
  • Provides direct emergency and non-emergency police services for the Emory, Emory Midtown, and Oxford College campuses; and limited or specialized services for the Emory-Grady Area campus, Carter Center and Emory Clinic facilities.
  • Serves as contract administrator for University security services provided by outside vendors.
  • Oversees all police functions including community-oriented policing programs, uniform patrol services, crime prevention and community relations programs, criminal investigations, communications, and record management.
  • Develops and directs the implementation of goals, objectives and work standards for the department.
  • Contributes to the overall quality of the department's service by developing, reviewing and implementing policies and procedures to meet legal requirements and community needs.
  • Plans, implements, and monitors police department budgets to ensure compliance within fiscal constraints.
  • Provides for the recruitment, selection, training, professional development, retention, and work evaluation of department staff; authorizes discipline as required; provides policy guidance and interpretation to staff; ensures that laws, ordinances and policies are consistently enforced.
  • Plans, organizes, administers, reviews and evaluates the work of both law enforcement and civilian staff through subordinate levels of supervision.
  • Establishes appropriate service and staffing levels; and, allocates resources accordingly.
  • Directs and oversees the planning, development, implementation, and management of the University's access control and CCTV programs, systems, and initiatives.
  • Prioritizes and allocates available resources; reviews and evaluates program and service delivery, makes recommendations for improvement and ensures maximum effective service provision.
  • Prepares and directs the preparation of a variety of written correspondence, reports, key performance indicators, and other written materials.
  • Meets regularly with senior University officials, police chiefs, prosecutors, elected officials, and other representatives of local and federal law enforcement agencies as well as members of the University community to address law enforcement and security concerns.
  • Monitors changes in laws, court decisions, regulations and technology that may affect departmental operations; implements policy, procedural and operational changes as required.
  • Ensures departmental compliance with Georgia P.O.S.T., F.B.I/Uniform Crime Reporting, and Georgia Crime Information Center rules and regulations.
  • Serves as a member of the Emergency Support Function Group; and, in cooperation with the CEPAR Office, directs and coordinates law enforcement response in emergency situations of broad significance to the University.
  • In cooperation with the CEPAR Office, manages and operates the University Emergency Notification System.
  • Co-Chairs the University Threat Assessment Team, in partnership with the Office of the General Counsel.
  • Performs related responsibilities as required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • A bachelor's degree in criminal justice, police science, public administration or a related field.
  • Ten years of law enforcement experience, with increasing levels of management or administrative responsibility.
  • At least five years of experience must be at the level of Deputy Chief, Assistant Chief, or the equivalent with a law enforcement agency.
  • A graduate degree in an appropriate field and/or graduation from the Georgia Law Enforcement Command College is preferred. Must be certified as a Peace Officer by the State of Georgia, or be able to meet the requirements for certification within six months of employment. 
  • Must meet current State of Georgia/POST requirements for Police Chiefs, or be able to meet the requirements within the time allowed by law.
  • Prior experience as a Chief of Police in a private or public University agency is preferred.

For immediate consideration for this position, please email your confidential resume to:
Vicky Jones
Search Consultant
Emory Search Group
Emory University Human Resources
vicky.jones@emory.edu


Emory University, one of Atlanta's largest private employers, employs over 13,000 staff and faculty to support more than 14,000 students, nine major academic divisions, numerous centers for advanced study, and a host of prestigious affiliated institutions.

Emory is among the top 20 universities in the country and is internationally recognized for its academics, groundbreaking research and technological advances with staff, faculty and students representing all regions of the United States and more than 100 foreign nations.

Emory University is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce and complies with all Federal and Georgia State laws, regulations, and executive orders regarding non-discrimination and affirmative action.  Emory University does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, gender, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, or gender identity or expression.


Chief of Police, University of Oregon

The University of Oregon seeks a Chief of Police to lead all aspects of the first sworn campus police department in the state of Oregon. The department has been in transition from a public safety to police operation since the start of 2012.

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced law enforcement professional who understands and embraces the distinctive nature of campus policing, leads with confidence and impeccable integrity, engages stakeholders earnestly, and builds and maintains trust-based relationships with department employees and the community. The selected candidate must lead by example and align safety services with university strategic priorities.

The UO, located in Eugene, is one of the nation’s premier public research universities. The main campus is spread over 295 acres close to the Willamette River. The campus and adjacent UO properties include approximately 150 buildings, is home to more than 500 varieties of trees, and enrolls approximately 25,000 students. The UO is designated a Carnegie Doctoral/Research Extensive University and is one of 62 members of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU)one of only two AAU universities in the greater Northwest. 

The Chief of Police leads the University’s multi-disciplinary compliance efforts relative to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, and works closely with colleagues in Student Life, Research, Athletics, University Communications, Government Relations, Emergency Management and others.

The Chief leads the department with an annual budget of $4.65 million and employs a total of 61.0 FTE to provide law enforcement services and security services for approximately 30,000 daily occupants learning, teaching, researching and attending events on campus.

UO Police Department’s vision is to become a world-class campus law enforcement agency reflective of a world-class university. UOPD uses a community policing approach and seeks to engage thoroughly with its community to build trust and teamwork to improve safety and security.

UOPD facilitates and manages building access control, first response for medical or other emergencies, provides emergency dispatch, security assessment, and special event safety planning. UOPD personnel patrol the campus and respond to needs 24 hours per day, by vehicle, bike, and on foot.

UOPD is part of the Safety and Risk Services unit within the Office of the Vice President of Finance and Administration’s division. The police department joins Emergency Management, Fire and Life Safety, Risk Management and Environmental Health and Safety in a shared mission to safeguard campus and reduce vulnerabilities to enable students and faculty to teach, learn and conduct research safely.

The incoming Chief of Police will lead, direct, and plan all functions and operations of the Department in the protection of life and property, enforcement of laws and regulations, and the prevention of crime. The successful candidate will organize and direct the activities of the Department’s three major divisions: Administrative Services, Security, and Law Enforcement Services.

The successful candidate will be a liaison with partner local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies and circuit and municipal courts. 

A Chief who supports the community-oriented and trust-based policing philosophy will excel in this position. Candidates who promote and enhance diversity are strongly desired.

The University of Oregon is an equal opportunity affirmative action institution committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. The University encourages all qualified individuals to apply, and does not discriminate on the basis of any protected status, including veteran and disability status.

Minimum Qualifications
Education/Training:  Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's Degree.

Experience: A minimum of eight years of progressively responsible supervisory experience in a police organization in a variety of assignments (e.g., patrol, investigations, crowd management, crime prevention), must include at least four years at police lieutenant rank or higher. Experience working with a multi-cultural population. Experience with leading and managing large events and in developing and implementing major initiatives, programs or projects.

Certification:  Within one year of hire, must possess or be in the process of successfully obtaining Oregon Police Officer and Executive Level certifications as required by the Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training. Must possess a valid Oregon driver’s license within 30 days of hire date. As required by the University of Oregon, all new police officer applicants must complete a psychological examination and a comprehensive background assessment that includes a criminal history check, and driving record review, a credit history analysis, a physical examination and drug screening, and an inclusive appraisal of work history prior to employment.

Preferred Qualifications
Graduation from the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy or some other senior management/leadership school is desired.  Experience related to higher-education and supervising in a collective bargaining environment is preferred.

Application Process
Complete applications must include the following:

  • Cover letter that answers the supplemental questions below
  • Resumé
  • Names and contact information for three professional references

Application review begins Wednesday, May 18, 2016. 
Following the closing date, resumes will be screened according to the qualifications outlined above.  The most qualified candidates will be invited to personal interviews with the University of Oregon. 

All communications will be treated confidentially, subject to applicable law. Completed application materials should be directed electronically in confidence to Daphne Joubran, Executive Assistant in the Office of the Vice President for Finance and Administration/CFO at joubran@uoregon.edu

Supplemental questions to be addressed in the cover letter:

COMMUNITY-BASED POLICING:
Community policing is a philosophy that promotes organizational strategies, which support the systematic use of partnerships and collaborative problem-solving techniques, to proactively address the conditions that give rise to public safety issues like crime, social disorder, and fear. Please describe your experience in leading community policing and how you have encouraged its implementation in current or previous positions?   Describe specific programs or initiatives and the role you played.

LEADING ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE:
Describe specifically how you have been involved with changing and improving an organization you’ve worked for. What steps did you take to assess the current status of your organization, identify areas for improvement, and implement those improvements?  How did you achieve buy-in from people affected? How did you hold everyone in your section accountable for change or improvement?

CULTURAL COMPETENCE:
A successful candidate needs to personally understand cultural considerations and practice inclusivity. Please describe training you have received or given, and your hands-on experience in applying cultural competence (including implicit bias, recognizing and managing privilege, and adapting service delivery to reflect an understanding of diversity between and within cultures).

SUPERVISION:
In your current position, explain the number, type and rank of individuals you supervise. Briefly describe the work done by your current direct reports. (List the title of each type of direct report, and a one- or two-sentence description of their duties.) Please submit an electronic copy of your current department’s organizational chart, with your current position on the chart clearly displayed.

POLICE CERTIFICATION:
Applicant must currently have active certification as a sworn law enforcement professional, and be able to transfer that certification in the State of Oregon. The Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training certifies all sworn law enforcement in the state, and records their training and certification status. Through what agency are you certified as sworn law enforcement professional? How many total years have you served as a sworn, certified law enforcement professional?


The University of Oregon is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the ADA. The University encourages all qualified individuals to apply, and does not discriminate on the basis of any protected status, including veteran and disability status.


Chief of UHM Department of Public Safety, Manoa Campus

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Serves as the Chief of the Department of Public Safety for the University of Hawaii at Mnoa (UHM).
  2. Supervises the UHM Department of Public Safety. This department is responsible for the welfare of over 20,000 students, 8,000 faculty and staff, and 4,000 University housing residents on both the Mnoa and Kakaako campuses, and other properties.
  3. Serves as the foremost technical expert and recognized authority on the application of advanced concepts, principles, applications, equipment, and/or testing and evaluation techniques relating to safety, security, and emergency management.
  4. Provides expert advice and counsel to senior executives at the Mnoa and Kakaako campuses and UH System level in response to emergency and safety­-critical situations.
  5. Keeps abreast of innovative, emerging public safety and emergency management concepts and principles, including the most current federal and state laws and associated rules, regulations, interpretations, and systems.
  6. Represents UHM in dealing with the state, federal, and private agencies relating to safety and security of high-profile visitors and guests.

Additional duties and qualifications can be found at http://workatuh.hawaii.edu/jobs/nadvert/22938/3783657/1

Minimum Qualifications

  1. Possession of a baccalaureate degree in Criminal Justice or related field and 10 year(s) of progressively responsible professional experience with responsibilities for security, safety, and emergency management in a university, college, or law enforcement environment; or equivalent education/training or experience.
  2. Extensive knowledge of innovative and state-of-the-art principles, concepts and principles, emerging theories, the current federal and state laws and associated rules, regulations and interpretations and systems associated with Security, Safety, and/or Emergency Management.
  3. Demonstrated ability to develop short- and long-term plans of actions, understand problems from a broad perspective, use unconventional reasoning to discern broad underlying principles and issues when problem solving.
  4. Demonstrated written and verbal mastery in presenting ideas, theories, issues and models clearly and accurately using persuasion and negotiation to build consensus and cooperation and provide long-term direction and leadership.
  5. Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external organizations, groups and individuals.
  6. Demonstrated ability to operate a personal computer and apply word processing software.
  7. For supervisory work, demonstrated ability to lead subordinates, manage work priorities and projects, and manage employee relations.
  8. Demonstrated ability to develop short- and long-term plans of actions, understand problems from a broad perspective and use conventional and unconventional reasoning to discern underlying principles and issues to create innovative solutions.
  9. Any equivalent combination of education and/or professional work experience which provides the required education, knowledge, skills and abilities as indicated.
  10. Five (5) years or more supervising a sizable safety, security, or police force (consisting of 20 or more employees) that provides 24-hour, year-round service.
  11. Experience managing institutional security and crowd control.
  12. Above-average business writing skills (i.e. ability to formulate policies, procedures, memorandums, letters, etc.).
  13. Demonstrated ability to work with persons from diverse socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds.
  14. Demonstrated ability to consistently demonstrate a high degree of personal integrity and work discreetly with confidential and sensitive information.

Desirable Qualifications

  1. Experience in overseeing security problems, rules, and regulations in a higher education environment.
  2. In-depth knowledge and experience with the Clery Act and related compliance issues.
  3. Previous professional experience in managing a public safety or police department at a public college or university of a similar size to UHM.
  4. Extensive and in-depth experience in security and crisis management that focuses on building an efficient and cost-effective crisis prevention, threat identification response, and security management program.
  5. Extensive and in-depth knowledge of Civil Defense and emergency management principles and procedures.
  6. Masters degree in Criminal Justice, Public Administration, or related field.

Submit cover letter indicating how you satisfy the minimum and desirable qualifications, UH Form 64B (enter credentials including education, experience, etc.), names of 3 professional references and official transcripts to the address below (copies of official transcripts are accepted but official transcripts are required upon hire). Application materials should be emailed as MS Word or PDF file attachments to uhmcshr@hawaii.edu. Please be sure to include the position title and number in the subject line. Please redact references to social security numbers and birth date on transcript copies.

The University of Hawai»i is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution and is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination on the basis of race, sex, gender identity and expression, age, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, disability, genetic information, marital status, breastfeeding, income assignment for child support, arrest and court record (except as permissible under State law), sexual orientation, domestic or sexual violence victim status, national guard absence, or status as a covered veteran.

Employment is contingent on satisfying employment eligibility verification requirements of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986; reference checks of previous employers; and for certain positions, criminal history record checks.

In accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, annual campus crime statistics for the University of Hawaii may be viewed at: http://ope.ed.gov/security/, or a paper copy may be obtained upon request from the respective UH Campus Security or Administrative Services Office.

In accordance with Article 10A of the unit 08 collective bargaining agreement, bargaining unit members receive priority consideration for APT job vacancies. As a result, external or non BU 08 applicants may not be considered for some APT vacancies. BU 08 members with re-employment rights or priority status are responsible for informing the hiring unit of their status.


Commissioner, Public Saftey, Dallas County Community College District

Position Summary

  • The Commissioner for Public Safety and Security will be responsible for the management, administration and oversight of the District's public safety operations and initiatives, including but not limited to campus safety programs, risk/threat management, campus policing, emergency medical response, emergency preparedness/management and continuity of operations programs.
  • Provides overall leadership to the seven (7) police departments, establishes departmental objectives and develops policies/procedures to accomplish those objectives and goals to ensure the efficient and effective operation of the DCCCD police departments and provide the highest level of safety and security for all DCCCD students, faculty, staff, visitors and assets.
  • Responsible for a staff of more than 150, represented in every location of the District, responsibilities include but are not limited to recruitment, hiring, training, evaluation, and discipline in coordination with others.
  • Collaborates with other related safety and security personnel, both internally and externally, as appropriate, to ensure DCCCD emergency preparedness, cyber security, business continuity and other essential safety and security-related functions are coordinated, robust and employing best practices and are adaptable for a higher education environment.
  • Identifies emerging trends in crime patterns, criminal behavior, domestic terrorism and transnational terrorism and responds accordingly.
  • Demonstrated understanding and commitment to community policing philosophy. Advanced understanding of local, state, and federal requirements governing law enforcement, emergency and risk management, and data security; and how they apply in higher education.
  • Exercises tack, diplomacy and confidentiality in dealing with sensitive and complex issues and situations. Ability to assess situations, identify causes, gather and process relevant information, generate possible solutions, make recommendations and/or resolve problems. Ability to use both strategy and influence to achieve desired results with students, staff, and the community at large.
  • Able to build and lead diverse teams, and work cooperatively with diverse stakeholders to achieve results that are in the best interest of the district.
  • Successful experience in planning and implementing change management projects and/or restructuring in a multi-location operation.
  • Must have excellent interpersonal, oral, written and presentation skills in order to effectively communicate with stakeholders and/or team members on complex issues in understandable terms and concepts. Able to ensure that status of projects, issues and successes are communicated to team members and stakeholders at all levels of management and documented appropriately.

Essential Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Ability to promote innovative strategies to move the organization forward, set goals, create and implement actions plans, and evaluate processes and results.
  • The Commissioner for Public Safety and Security will oversee a staff of more than 150, represented in every location of the District, responsibilities include but are not limited to recruitment, hiring, training, evaluation, and discipline in coordination with others; while providing leadership to the seven (7) police departments, establishes departmental objectives and develops policies/procedures to accomplish those objectives and goals to ensure the efficient and effective operation of the DCCCD police departments and provide the highest level of safety and security for all DCCCD students, faculty, staff, visitors and assets.
  • The Commissioner for Public Safety and Security is responsible for the management, administration and oversight of the Districts public safety operations and initiatives, including but not limited to campus safety programs, risk/threat management, campus policing, emergency medical response, emergency preparedness/management and continuity of operations programs.

Qualifications

Master's degree plus five (5) to ten (10) years of experience in a highly responsible position in a related field. Other formal and advanced public service education/training such as the FBI National Academy, FEMA Emergency Management Institute or Military Post Graduate Schools preferred. Must be eligible to attain peace officer status in the state of Texas. Official transcripts required. Preference for candidates with experience in organizational restructuring/reorganization. Will be subject to a criminal background check.

How to apply

Online applications accepted at https://dcccd.peopleadmin.com/postings/15621. Deadline to apply is May 6, 2016.

Position Salary: $150,000 annually / Range E10

About the District
Since 1965, we have served and educated more than 3 million students. Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) is one of the largest community college systems in the state of Texas, which includes seven (7) independently accredited colleges located around the Dallas/Fort Worth area. The District's seven (7) independently licensed police departments include approximately 150 sworn/armed peace officers licensed by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement, providing service at all District colleges, community campuses, and other administrative facilities operated by the DCCCD. The Districts Central Dispatch manages more than 4,000 service calls on a monthly basis. DCCCD conducts regular emergency management drills and exercises with state and local partners, working closely with local law enforcement and public safety agencies.


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

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

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

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

Opportunities:
SCPD’s next Director will have the opportunity to:

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

Position Requirements

The following requirements have been established for this position:

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

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Director, Campus Safety and Emergency Management, Coastline Community College

Definition
Under administrative direction, plans, develops, implements and monitors campus public safety and security operations, including development, training and coordination of a comprehensive emergency management plan.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:

Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Directs the development and implementation of a comprehensive safety and security program and an emergency management program for the college; develops and implements plans to manage security operations and address natural and man-made emergency situations at the college.
  • Coordinates and oversees security and emergency procedures training for college employees; implements hands-on drills and exercises to prepare for and assess the college's readiness to respond to safety, security, and crisis situations.
  • Coordinates resources with outside law enforcement agencies; cooperates with local law enforcement agencies in the prevention, control and investigation of illegal activities affecting campus personnel, students, and facilities.
  • Coordinates certain activities and functions with the District Chief of Police that include CLETS data requests, investigations by local law enforcement agencies, or any other functions determined appropriate.
  • Provides leadership in the development, implementation and management of campus public safety and security operations and services in compliance with applicable laws, regulations, District policy and collective bargaining agreements; evaluates effectiveness of operations and services; develops, recommends and implements plans to improve operations and services.
  • Provides leadership to college-wide and District committees that address emergency management and safety issues.
  • Responds to incidents on campus; determines appropriate security responses to incidents; conducts investigations and writes reports; contacts and liaisons with law enforcement authorities regarding crimes on campus, as appropriate.
  • Responsible for coordinating emergency response activities, including emergencies involving medical situations, hazardous materials and natural disasters.
  • Responsible for adequate staffing and scheduling for campus safety operations, including alternate staffing plans to meet safety and security needs and address emergency situations.
  • Responds to incidents and emergencies by taking appropriate actions.
  • Manages investigations and complaints.
  • Ensure all serious incidents are appropriately handled and documented including notification to the proper authorities.
  • Creates and implements a disaster/emergency preparedness planning and training.
  • Conduct campus awareness programs and presentations on safety, security and crime prevention to faculty, staff, management and students.
  • Communicate and coordinate activities with subordinate staff; maintain positive working relationships with department members, students, staff and college community.
  • Establishes and maintains contacts with relevant external agencies concerned with safety and security; formulates rapid response systems with appropriate law enforcement agencies.
  • Develops, implements and maintains and effective parking control system (parking permits and citations).
  • Prepares a variety of written reports and documents in compliance with federal, state and college reporting requirements.
  • Develops and prepares the annual preliminary budgets for assigned programs; monitors and controls udget expenditures; directs the preparation and maintenance of detailed and comprehensive reports, records and files regarding personnel, programs, operations, facilities, and other related activities.
  • Attends local, state, and federally sponsored meetings, conferences, and workshops in the field of emergency management and public safety.
    " Maintains effective public and community relations support services offered through the department.
    " Formulates and implements department procedures and guidelines.
    " Learns and applies emerging technologies as necessary to perform duties in an efficient, organized, and timely manner.
    " Participate in all campus disaster preparedness activities and plans, coordinate central dispatch and communications in time of disaster and implement the Campus Disaster Plan.
    " Perform other related duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS 
Knowledge of:

  • Public safety, law enforcement and security methods.
  • Current methods of equipment used in the security and public safety field.
  • California vehicle code, penal code, laws of arrest, search and seizure, and education code.
  • Property protection strategies, crowd control techniques with an emphasis on the campus environment.
  • Investigative procedures and emergency evacuation procedures.
  • Principles of budget preparation and administration.
  • Principles and procedures of record keeping and report writing.
  • Functional knowledge of Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) training and compliance.
  • Principles of supervision, leadership, ethics, community policing and personal/organizational development.
  • Emergency preparedness operations and planning.
  • Common fire and safety hazards and related equipment.
  • Techniques and procedures applicable to crime prevention.
  • Traffic and parking control.
  • First aid practices and training.
  • District, campus and departmental policies and procedures.
  • Modern office equipment and procedures. Principles of supervision, leadership and training.
  • Appropriate safety precautions and emergency procedures.
  • Budgetary methods and procedures, and techniques of cost analysis.
  • Police organizations, rank structure and the criminal justice system.
  • Correct English usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation, and vocabulary.
  • Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.
  • Communicate effectively both orally and in writing; including writing complex proposals, reports and informational communications.
  • Principles of supervision and training.
  • Excellent presentation skills.
  • Excellent organizational, time management and problem solving skills.

Ability to: 

  • Plan, develop and administer a sound public safety, emergency preparedness and law enforcement program.
  • Plan and implement security surveys for campus facilities.
  • " Maintain records and prepare clear and concise reports.
  • Assess and notify law enforcement of other hazardous situations and determine an appropriate course of action.
  • Investigate unlawful acts and provide follow-up investigations as appropriate.
  • Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.
  • Train, supervise and evaluate personnel.
  • Plan and organize work.
  • Interpret appropriate laws and regulations.
  • Create and administer security policies and activities.
  • Prepare and administer a budget.
  • Work cooperatively within a team environment.
  • Work effectively with local, state, and federal public service and safety agencies.
  • Work effectively within the campus community.
  • Establish, develop and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues, faculty, staff, students and the community.
  • Lift, carry and/or push 25 lbs.

Education and Experience:
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Police Science, Public Administration or closely related field.
Five (5) years of increasingly responsible experience in law enforcement.
Two (2) years supervisory responsibility, preferably in a college/university setting.
OR, any combination of education and experience that is equivalent to the above.

Licenses and other qualifications: 

  • Possession of all applicable Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) certification requirements and maintain P.O.S.T. certifications.
  • Possess and maintain a Supervisory or Management P.O.S.T.
  • Must possess at the date of hire and maintain a valid First Aid/CPR Certificate.
  • Must possess at the date of hire and maintain a valid California driver's license with NO suspensions or revocations in any state within the last five (5) years.
  • Must pass a thorough background investigation which includes a criminal history, psychological and physical exam.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS 

  • Master's degree from an accredited college or university in administration of justice with emphasis on police science, public administration, business administration or closely related field.
  • Knowledge and experience in the field of Public Safety and Emergency Management at a college or university.
  • Knowledge and experience with California Law, Jeanne Clery Act, Title IX, and Violence Against Women Act (VaWA).
  • Knowledge and experience with Incident Command System (ICS), National Incident Management System (NIMS) and Standardized " Emergency Management System (SEMS).

Conditions of Employment
This is a full-time, 12-month, classified management position. The normal hours of work will be 8:00
a.m. to 5:00 P.M., Monday through Friday. However, some flexibility such as evenings and week-ends
will be required to meet the needs of the department. The effective date of employment will be
arranged with the supervisor.
Regular attendance is considered an essential job function; the inability to meet attendance
requirements may preclude the employee from retaining employment.
The person holding this position is considered a mandated reporter under the California Child
Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in
Coast Community College District policies, procedures, and Title IX. (Reference: BP/AP 5910)
The Coast Community College District celebrates all forms of diversity and is deeply committed
to fostering an inclusive environment within which students, staff, administrators, and faculty
thrive. Individual's interested in advancing the District's strategic diversity goals are strongly
encouraged to apply. Reasonable accommodations will be provided for qualified applicants with
disabilities who self-disclose.

PAY PHILOSOPHY: Starting salaries for management and supervisory positions are based on a
combination of education, qualifications and experience. Initial placement is within the starting salary
range. Further advancements are based on initial salary placement.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:
Application Requirements: Applications must be received no later than the posted closing date.
There are NO EXCEPTIONS. Electronic applications may be completed by visiting
www.cccd.edu/employment. Once you have completed an electronic application, you may apply to open positions within the Coast Community College District by submitting the application and all other
required materials. Required materials differ for each open position and must be complete when
submitted for a specific posting. Instructions for completing applications and applying to posted
positions are available online or by calling Applicant Processing at (714) 438-4714.
All application materials become the property of the Coast Community College District and will NOT be copied or returned. Information for TDD users is available by calling (714) 438-4755.
To be considered for employment you must submit a complete application packet. A complete
application packet includes:

  1. A complete Classified/Management Employment Application.
  2. A current resume.
  3. A cover letter highlighting your qualifications for the desired position.
  4. Answers to Supplemental Questions.

To ensure consistency and fairness to all applicants, please do not submit materials in addition to those requested. Additional materials will not be considered or returned. Be sure to complete all questions and sections of the application. For questions which may not apply, indicate "n/a" (not applicable). If you do not know an answer, please indicate so, but do not leave any space blank.
All applications will be screened under a process of utmost confidentiality by a committee of
representatives from the college community. Please note: Possession of the minimum qualifications does not ensure an interview.

Candidates will also be responsible for all travel expenses if selected for an interview, the Coast
Community College District does not reimburse for candidate travel expenses.

Any documents that you are unable to attach can be faxed to (714) 782-6065. Faxes must clearly
indicate the job you are applying to and your name.

Disability Accommodations: If you require accommodations in the Application or Examination
Process, please notify Human Resources by calling (714) 438-4714 OR (714) 438-4713.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT:
Office environment.
Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard.
Hearing and speaking to exchange information.
Seeing to read a variety of materials and view a computer monitor.
Sitting for extended periods of time.
Ability to work extended hours.
The physical demands are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
The work environment characteristics are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
A detailed list of physical demands and work environment is on file and will be provided upon request.

Coast Community College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer


District Police Chief , Allan Hancock College

Allan Hancock College is accepting applications for a full-time, 40-hour per week, 12 month position supporting Campus Police and reporting to a cabinet-level administrator. The desired start date is pending board approval and POST background investigation.

WORK SCHEDULE:
It is understood that the demands of a management position will often require more than eight (8) hours a day and/or forty (40) hours per work week.

  • Annual salary range is from $82,149 to $98,039 range 16 on the Management Salary Schedule.
    There are longevity increments after the top range is reached. A doctoral stipend of $2,500 is paid to those who qualify.
  • Benefits include medical, dental, life, vision (employee only), salary protection insurance, and eligibility for PERS retirement.

Allan Hancock College serves more than 20,000 students in northern Santa Barbara County. Located on the central coast and just minutes from spectacular beaches and rolling vineyards, AHC operates three campuses  the main campus in Santa Maria, a state approved center in Lompoc and a center in Solvang. As one of the largest employers in Santa Barbara County, the college is an integral part of the community and enjoys strong support from local leaders and industry.

AHC, a Hispanic-Serving Institution, is proud to serve underrepresented students. The college has twice received recognition from the Aspen institute as one of the top colleges in the country. If you are looking for a position where you can have a direct impact on our students, AHC may be the place for you!

To learn more about Allan Hancock College and the Central Coast, visit our Human Resources page at
www.hancockcollege.edu and click on the Welcome to AHC video.

Allan Hancock College Management
Human Resources Range 16

DISTRICT POLICE CHIEF

DEFINITION
Under general direction of a cabinet-level administrator, plan, organize and supervise the operation of the district sworn police force and security and parking functions; maintain cooperative relations with city and county law enforcement agencies; provide safety and security services at each campus and all District locations in order to preserve order, prevent crime, protect life and property; enforce laws and regulations in accordance with the laws of the State of California to maintain records and reports; and value and promote the mission and vision of the college.

CLASS CHARACTERISTICS
The administrator performs professional work involving independent judgment in the interpretation and application of policies and procedures and will have a high frequency of responsible contact with administrators, staff, and students, as well as personnel of other public/private agencies requiring tact and good communication skills. The incumbent oversees and coordinates the district’s Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS) program to ensure it is current and staff and student groups are adequately trained on public related safety topics. The incumbent instructs students, visitors, and college personnel in proper lawful campus behavior and deters crime by maintaining high visibility rate around campuses and will also apprehend and arrest violators as necessary.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  1. Provides leadership and direction to the District’s Police Department.
  2. Manages enforcement of all laws on campus; coordinates police staff response to alarms and radio calls; supervises and may participate in investigations of crimes and other violations occurring on district campuses; testifies in court; contacts witnesses, victims, and suspects to collect statements and prepare reports; checks and interrogates suspicious persons; conducts searches for illegal, lost or stolen substances or materials; submits written reports and complaints to the district attorney.
  3. Plans, organizes, supervises law enforcement activities, and operations of police, security, and parking personnel at all district sites; advises staff of problem areas; directs the assignment and training of staff.
  4. Coordinates and evaluates police patrol of college grounds and facilities for all district sites before, during, and after school hours; observes and controls students, visitors and other personnel using campus facilities as necessary.
  5. Provides police support in matters of alleged violations of student conduct; prepares or supervises preparation of documents supporting student discipline.
  6. Interprets and adheres to laws, rules and regulations affecting community college police departments, including but not limited to the California Government, Education, Penal, Vehicle, Business and Professional, Health and Safety Codes and provides guidance to District personnel.
  7. Prepares or supervises the preparation and maintenance of memoranda, activity and case
    reports, and records on all district campuses; writes management reports on arrests and campus incidents for the college and local police department.
  8. Ensures the District complies with mandated disclosure and information dissemination activities, including but limited to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.
  9. Ensures the department complies with state and federal crime data reporting mandates.
  10. Ensures the department complies with mandates to maintain POST certification.
  11. As necessary, prepares emergency plans and responds to major incidents reported to the District’s Police Department and ensures that the Incident Commander is following Incident Command System/Standardized Emergency Management System (ICS/SEMS) protocol.
  12. Confers with college staff regarding security measures; develops and recommends crime prevention procedures and security improvement methods, and sees that established procedures are carried out efficiently; develops and ensures the accuracy of police department policies and regulations.
  13. Plans and supervises district parking and traffic control program; defines parking regulations for all district locations; issues parking permits.
  14. Oversees inspections for vandalism, illegal entry, theft, and fire.
  15. Provides animal control in accordance with county, city, and district regulations.
  16. Writes grants to enhance the financial support for the District’s Police Department.
  17. Maintains professional liaison with local police and fire authorities as necessary.
  18. Serves on or chairs councils and committees as assigned.
  19. Coordinates and evaluates Campus Safety Department for receiving complaints and requests for assistance from students, visitors, and campus personnel.
  20. Coordinates and evaluates Campus Safety Officers for security and parking enforcement of college grounds and facilities for all district sites before, during and after school hours.
  21. Performs other related duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Knowledge of:

  • Law enforcement laws and procedures relative to basic patrol arrest, search and seizure, and rules of evidence;
  • Pertinent provisions of the state and federal law relating to occupational safety and health;
  • Law and ordinances related to police discipline and the Peace Officer Bill of Rights;
  • Penal Code and Vehicle code;
  • Crowd control techniques;
  • Principles and practices of the Standardized Emergency Management System;
  • Basic patrol, investigation, and plan protection procedures;
  • Advanced police supervision policies and methods.

Demonstrated ability to:

  • Learn and apply provisions of state and federal laws;
  • Develop and maintain strategic plans;
  • Write required reports clearly and concisely;
  • Conduct investigations, make arrests, file criminal complaints and patrol effectively;
  • Direct staff at multiple locations;
  • Administer first aid;
  • Qualify quarterly at firearms range, with all department issued or approved personal weapons;
  • Drive a college vehicle observing legal and defensive driving practices;
  • Control groups and apprehends and constrains offenders;
  • Understand and carry out oral and written directions;
  • Communicate effectively both orally and in writing;
  • Schedule, organize, and supervise the work of subordinates;
  • Be sensitive to the college environment;
  • Promote a positive image of the police department to the college community and to the community at large.

Other Requirement:
Ability to qualify for district vehicle insurance coverage.

Licenses and Certificates Required:

  • Possession of a valid and appropriate California driver’s license.
  • Possession of Basic Post Academy Certificate.
  • Possession of the POST Supervisory Certificate.
  • Possession of a valid First Aid/CPR Certificate.
  • Certification for possession of firearms.
  • Ability to obtain a POST Management Certificate.

Education/Experience:
Graduation from a Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission-approved police officer training academy and a bachelor’s degree or higher in administration of justice, police science, or a related field, OR equivalent education and experience. Requires seven years of increasingly responsible law enforcement experience, including two years in a supervisory or management capacity.

Working Conditions:

  • This is an Fair Labor Standards Act exempt position.
  • It is understood that the demands of a management position will often require more than eight (8) hours a day and/or forty (40) hours per workweek.
  • May be required to work a flexible workweek which includes day and evening hours and occasional weekend assignments and may be assigned to any district location.
  • The incumbent will have contact, in person or on the telephone with staff and the general public.
  • Communicates over the telephone, e-mail, and in person.

Physical Demands:

  • Strength: Light work including negligible lifting, pushing, and/or pulling.
  • Work may require running, climbing, and physically constraining persons apprehended.
  • Work requires prolonged exposure to weather elements, walking, and riding in an automobile.

Special Qualification:
A sensitivity to and an understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic
backgrounds of staff and students and to staff and students with disabilities.

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SCREENING PROCESS:
A committee will give priority review of application materials submitted by Monday, May 16, 2016. This position is open until filled. Meeting minimum qualifications does not insure the candidate an interview. Therefore, it is important that the application be thorough and detailed. Applicants will be assessed on the breadth and depth of education, training, experience, skills, knowledge, and abilities. A limited number of applicants will be invited for an interview at the college at their own expense. Interviewed candidates may be asked to complete written and job-related exercises. The district reserves the right to extend time limits, reinitiate or withdraw the recruitment-selection process at any point. Final candidates may be required to pass a pre-employment drug screening.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Please submit the following application materials to the college human resources office by end of business day (4:30 p.m.), Monday, May 16, 2016:

  • Signed district application for classified positions
  • Transcripts (Copies are acceptable for the application process). Official transcripts are required if hired.
  • A current and complete resume of education and professional experience
  • Cover letter
  • Copy of a valid and appropriate California's driver's license
  • Copy of Basic Post Academy Certificate
  • Copy of the POST Supervisory Certificate
  • Copy of valid First Aid/CPR Certificate
  • Copy of certification for possession of firearms

A committee will give priority review of application materials submitted by Monday, May 16, 2016. This position is open until filled. Incomplete, unsigned, or late application packets may not be considered. The district reserves the right to cancel the process, extend time limits, or reinitiate the recruitment/selection process at any point.

APPLICATION: For application materials please visit our Web site at http://apptrkr.com/773564 or contact:
Human Resources, Building B
Allan Hancock College
800 South College Drive
Santa Maria, CA 93454-6399
(805) 922-6966, extension 3338
(805) 922-9196, FAX


Fashion Institute of Technology - Lieutenant (2 Positions)- Department of Public Safety, Fashion Institute of Technology

About Fashion Institute of Technology: The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), an internationally renowned college of art and design, business and technology, of the State University of New York, invites nominations and applications for 2 Lieutenants for the Department of Public Safety. Job Description: Under direct supervision of the Deputy Director of Public Safety, plans, organizes, oversees, and coordinates the daily activities of a designated operational entity of the Public Safety Department. Manages supervisory personnel and contract officers who provide personal, real property, and equipment security throughout campus, ensuring consistent and equitable enforcement of local, state, and federal laws and university regulations. Reviews and approves reports on incident and crime investigations. Duties and Responsibilities: Manage day to day operations, direct and prioritize the work activities of all assigned personnel including Sergeants and contract officers assigned to FIT; review post assignments; oversee deployment of personnel; review all daily incident reports; and conduct incident investigations and prepare written report. Supervise special events including the coordination with the New York Fire and Police Departments; prepare security, safety, crowd control, and emergency evacuation plans in consultation with appropriate college staff. Participate in the planning process for major activities on campus identifying the security and safety issues for projects such as building renovation, construction, contractors or vendors performing work, etc. Supervise and monitor time and leave usage in accordance with FIT policy; verify attendance, sick leave excuses and lateness; coordinate staffing for mobilizations; and assure that time charges are accurate and documented. Prepare performance evaluations for review and approval by the Director, initiate disciplinary action when necessary; implement disciplinary proceedings with the approval of the Director. Perform special assignments and duties as required. Assist subordinates in performance of duties; reviews cases with subordinates as appropriate, and provides guidance and direction. This is a general description and should not be construed as all-inclusive. Requirements: High School Diploma or equivalent, Associates degree in Criminal Justice or related field is preferred. A minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible law enforcement, public safety or related field experience. Completed degree(s) from an accredited institution that are above the minimum education requirement may be substituted for experience on a year for year basis. At least 3 years of supervisory experience that is directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. Valid NYS Driver's license with a serviceable driving record. Valid NYS Security Guard license. Current NY state peace officer certification, or the ability to obtain peace officer certification within 12 months of hire preferred. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: Knowledge of hiring procedures. Knowledge of public safety reporting and recordkeeping policies, procedures, and regulations. Ability to interpret, adapt, and apply guidelines and procedures. Ability to foster a cooperative work environment. Knowledge of management principles and practices. Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community. Employee development and performance management skills. Knowledge and understanding of police protocols, procedures, and methodology. Ability to supervise and train employees, to include organizing, prioritizing, and scheduling work assignments. Additional Information: FLSA-exempt position, not eligible for the overtime provisions of the FLSA. Night and weekend work may be required. FIT will not entertain New York Retirement and Social Security Law (RSSL) 211 waivers for this position. Please Note: NY State residency and citizenship necessary for NY State Peace Officer certification. Department: Public Safety Supervisor: Deputy Director of Public Safety Days/Hours: 35 hrs/wk; Monday-Friday* *Schedule subject to change based on the needs of the Department Salary: Based on experience Satisfactory completion of a background check and verification of all educational and experience information is required. Related work experience at an urban college/university preferred. Additional information about the Fashion Institute of Technology can be found at: www.fitnyc.edu. To learn more about FIT's Strategic Plan go to: http://www.fitnyc.edu/6646.asp FIT is firmly committed to creating an environment that will attract and retain people of diverse racial and cultural backgrounds. By providing a learning and working environment that encourages, utilizes, respects, and appreciates the full expression of every individual?s ability, the FIT community fosters its mission and grows because of its rich, pluralistic experience. FIT is committed to prohibiting discrimination, whether based on race, national origin, gender, religion, ethnic background, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or any other criterion prohibited by applicable federal, state, or local laws. FIT is committed to providing equal opportunity in employment, including the opportunity for upward mobility for all qualified individuals. Applications from minorities, women, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged. Application Instructions: In order to be considered for the position, you must submit the following documents online: * Resume * Cover letter Please note that due to the high volume of applications we receive, we are unable to contact each applicant individually regarding his or her application status. Apply at http://fitnyc.interviewexchange.com/candapply.jsp?JOBID=69929

Police Lieutenant, San Diego State University Police Department

San Diego State University is the oldest and largest higher education institution in the San Diego region. SDSU is a large, diverse, urban university with a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusive excellence. We strive to build and sustain a welcoming environment for all. SDSU is seeking applicants with demonstrated experience and/or commitment to teaching and working effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds and members of underrepresented groups.

Under the general supervision of the Police Captain, the Police Lieutenant provides leadership to sworn and non-sworn personnel performing law enforcement and support activities in the University Police Department.

Salary Range: $120,000-$126,072 per year. The competitive salary is determined by the education, experience, and qualifications the candidate brings to the position, internal equity, and the hiring department's fiscal resources.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree coupled with six years of sworn law enforcement experience, including three years at the rank of Police Sergeant or higher, or a combination of education and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position. Additionally, graduation from a certified California P.O.S.T. academy (or the ability to become certified) is a requirement. Preferred qualifications include:

  • Possession of a Management Certificate issued by California P.O.S.T. (or ability to qualify within two years of appointment).
  • Two or more years of experience as a police sergeant within the California State University system or University of California system.
  • Experience using emotional intelligence concepts to solve complex team and interpersonal challenges.
  • Demonstrated experience developing and implementing community oriented policing projects to solve complex community issues.
  • Experience managing budgets, preferably with specific experience related to maintaining overtime costs.

Review of applications will begin on April 20, 2016. Please apply online at: http://hr.sdsu.edu/employment/staffjobs.htm (Job ID #6005)

SDSU is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against persons on the basis of race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and expression, marital status, age, disability, pregnancy, medical condition, or covered veteran status.


Police Officer, University of California, Santa Cruz

FULL TIME; CAREER
Full Salary Range: $33.95-$42.66/hourly. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.

UCSC strives to embrace diversity in all its forms; it strives to be an inclusive community that fosters an open, enlightened & productive environment.

Police Officers are the primary representatives of the University of California Police Department, directly responsible for delivery of public safety and law enforcement services on and near the campus and other properties owned, controlled or occupied by the University.

Police Officers work under the supervision of, and report directly to, a Sergeant of Police or Lieutenant. Police Officers must work independently as well as collaboratively, carrying out instructions and self-initiating activity in a manner consistent with law, regulations, department policies and standard procedures.

Police Officers engage in preventative patrols on foot, bicycle, motorcycle, and by vehicle, and respond to calls for service from University affiliates and the general public. They make arrests, conduct thorough investigations, prepare necessary documentation and testify in court. They maintain custody of and arrange for the proper disposition of evidence, contraband and lost & found property. Police Officers may work with civilian and other law enforcement agencies to provide for security and safety of persons and property at University ceremonies and events, and serve as a proactive resource to a uniquely diverse community.

The ideal candidate will have demonstrated a detailed and fundamental knowledge of modern police methods, practices and techniques with particular emphasis on the university environment; skills in working as part of a diverse team; ability to motivate others to effectively achieve department goals and objectives; ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with department members, neighboring agencies, and the campus community; possess excellent interpersonal skills and organizational skills; the ability to effectively communicate, orally and in writing to all levels of the organization; knowledge of relevant university-wide police policies and procedures; a strong commitment to cultural, gender and racial diversity, professional ethics and integrity, and understanding of and commitment to community-oriented policing, a self-starting and self-motivated work ethic, and a reliable attendance record.

Police Officers may routinely work evening, night and weekend shifts, and all officers can be required to work mandatory overtime assignments, to attend off-site training and to provide mutual aid to other agencies or locations, based on the needs of the department, and with little or no notice.

Qualifications include:

  • Demonstrated ability to analyze situations and take quick, effective, and reasonable action to prevent injury, loss of life, or destruction of property.
  • Proficiency in the use and care of a variety of weapons (i.e. firearm, rifle, baton, OC, etc.). Ability to maintain PC 832 Arrest qualifications.
  • Knowledge of Police operating rules and regulations.
  • Knowledge of basic law enforcement terminology and concepts.
  • Experience in the exercise of defensive tactics.

Position is open until filled; Initial Review Date: 04-21-2016

APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO USE THE UCSC ON-LINE PROCESS
View full job description and access on-line application: http://apptrkr.com/785892

To ensure review of application materials by the hiring unit they must be submitted electronically via the Staff Employment Opportunities web site (http://jobs.ucsc.edu ) on or before the initial review date. Computers are available at the UCSC Staff Human Resources office located at 1201 Shaffer Road, Santa Cruz. For further information or to request disability accommodation call 831-459-2009. Hearing impaired are encouraged to use the California Relay Service 800-735-2922. The University of California, Santa Cruz is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Police Sergeant (3 Positions), Orange County Public School

ORANGE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT, POLICE, SAFETY AND SECURITY CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Orange County Public Schools (OCPS) is the nation's 10th largest school district educating nearly 200,000 students and maintaining 204 schools. The district is Orange County's 2nd largest employer with nearly 23,000 employees. In 2014, OCPS was awarded the prestigious Broad Prize for Urban Education, and its Operations Division received the State of Florida's Sterling Award for performance excellence. OCPS's Emergency Management, Police, Safety and Security (EMPSS) portfolio, which is a part of the Operations Division, is an emerging leader in school safety and security programming. EMPSS is currently searching for progressive public safety and security professionals and technical experts to lead it into the future. The Emergency Management, Police, Safety and Security organization maintains five major units to include: District Police Emergency Management and Business Continuity Enterprise Security Risks Solutions Fire, Health and Safety Protective Services

The OCPS Emergency Management, Safety and Security portfolio currently has open recruitments for the following position: Police Sergeant - Safety and Security

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Bachelors degree in criminal justice, public administration or related field and two (2) years of experience as a police supervisor and five (5) years of experience as a police officer within an environment equal in scope to the duties and requirements of the position. Or Associates degree or equivalent credits (60) in criminal justice, public administration or related field and four (4) years of experience as a police supervisor and five (5) years of experience as a police officer within an environment equal in scope to the duties and requirements of the position.
  2. Demonstrated experience working with and through people in establishing goals, objectives and action plans to produce expected results.
  3. Possesses and maintains a valid Florida drivers license and proof of insurability at all times.
  4. Certified or has the ability to re-certify within six (6) months of employment as a law enforcement officer in the State of Florida, must retain law enforcement certification at all times during employment.
  5. Pass a comprehensive law enforcement background investigation, criminal history check, fitness for duty medical examination, physical ability test, police psychological assessment and related selection criteria. Candidates may not possess any felony convictions or convictions related to domestic violence.

JOB GOAL: A sworn law enforcement first line supervisory position within the Emergency Management, Police, Safety and Security portfolio charged with delivering emergency management, law enforcement, safety and security services in an assigned region. As a state certified police officer within the OCPS District Police the incumbent is responsible for the investigation, pursuit, apprehension and arrest of law violators or suspected law violators. Employees in this class will be responsible for supervising police officers engaged in various law enforcement activities, managing security personnel engaged in numerous security activities and/or serving in assigned capacities within specialized law enforcement functions.
Position descriptions and salary information are available on-line at www.ocps.net.

How to Apply
In order to be considered, you must apply online. Please go to http://www.ocps.net/, Employment, Job Seekers, Register with OCPS and create an online profile. Go to the Employment Opportunities tab and search Management under the Hierarchy Level and start. Click on the title of the position you are interested in and apply. Complete the application, security questionnaires and send application.