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The Human Resources Department announces the
position of Police Officer reporting to the Director
of Public Safety, Lieutenant, and/or Sergeant. This position provides law
enforcement and public safety services to the University community. This is a
sworn position and requires the carrying of a firearm.
include: enforce the laws legislated by the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the rules/regulations established by the
University; provide law enforcement, security and public safety related
services to the University community in an effort to enhance the safety and
security of people and property; conduct proactive mobile and foot patrols in
an effort to deter or detect criminal activity, security breaches, or public
safety issues; respond to incidents and/or requests for assistance by the
University community and take appropriate action to either resolve or contain a
situation; conduct preliminary investigations of criminal and related
non-criminal incidents; document criminal and related non-criminal incidents,
using established departmental reports and/or forms, in an accurate and timely
manner; ensure that designated University facilities are locked and unlocked at
specified times; provide traffic and crowd control, as directed, during special
events or when necessary/appropriate; enforce all rules and regulations
pertaining to the University Parking Program by issuing parking citations
during the course of their assigned shift; enhance the University community’s
awareness about safety and security issues through informal discussions and
formal programming, as directed; provide general information to the University
community and its visitors, when requested; and perform related public safety
duties as required.Minimum Qualifications:
- Certification under Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania Act 120 (Municipal Police Officers Education Training
- Certification by PA State Police
under public law 235, lethal weapons act required prior to being sworn by
Common Pleas Court.
- Valid Pennsylvania Driver’s
- Previous law enforcement
experience preferred, ideally in a campus setting.
- Bachelor or Associate Degree
Internal Application Deadline: August 20, 2013
External Application Deadline: Until Position Is Filled
Starting Date: As Soon As Possible