Primary Purpose of Organizational Unit
The primary purpose of this University police Department is to enforce local, state laws, and to protect lives and university property; patrol the campus, to prevent crimes through high visibility; to investigate crimes occurring on the campus and to respond to emergency situations.
Sworn officers within the police department have the powers and authority vested in peace officers as authorized by the General Statutes of North Carolina. Such powers and authorities are granted for the purpose of enforcing North Carolina state laws, 74G, preserving peace at the University, suppressing disturbances, preventing crimes, and apprehending offenders.
Description of Work
Provide law enforcement services and functions to the University community.
Competencies/Knowledge Skills, and Abilities Required in this Position
Advanced knowledge of criminal and traffic laws to ensure consistent enforcement of criminal and traffic laws by staff. Knowledge of investigative techniques and case preparation requirements for complex and sensitive traffic and criminal cases. Knowledge of the standard law enforcement equipment, its care, and safe use according to Department General Orders in order to conduct inspections.
Ability to manage and direct employees in general patrol and traffic enforcement and investigative work. Knowledge of staff availability, skills and resources to make assignments.
Ability to establish employee work expectations and review and assess squad performance based on standards.
Ability to effectively communicate with staff daily through interpersonal interactions and written documentation. Ability to employ formal conflict resolution and mediation skills.
Ability to recognize emerging issues and inform chain of command.
Ability to assist officers with difficult or unusual situations. Ability to analyze and resolve problems through informal discussions and formal procedures
Minimum Training and Experience
Minimum of a High School Diploma or GED and 6 years experience as a sworn local, state or federal law enforcement officer, certification from NC CJETSC as a commissioned police officer, attainment of the North Carolina Advanced Law Enforcement Certificate. An advanced degree (JD, Masters, Doctorate) reduces the minimum experience requirement by 1 year
License or Certification Required by Statute or Regulation
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.
To apply visit https://jobs.ecsu.edu/postings/5929.
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