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HE PUBLIC SAFETY SUPERVISOR (SERGEANT) SUMMARY The Higher Education (HE) Public Safety Supervisor (Law Enforcement Sergeant) is responsible for an assigned shift and/or sub-division of the public safety operation at an institution of higher education. This position is governed by state and federal laws and agency/institution policy. FUNCTIONS Supervises a public safety staff consisting of certified officers and other security personnel by preparing and assigning work schedules, monitoring work progress of subordinate staff, and evaluating job performance. Reviews various reports and documentation submitted by subordinate staff for accuracy and completion and makes revisions as needed. Compiles statistics for departmental and special reports, as required, coordinates or assists in the planning and implementing of security for special events. Conducts special investigations and responds to more complex and difficult public safety situations, informs staff of changes in laws, regulations, policies and procedures. Conducts investigations of crimes, accidents, and reports incidents committed on campus. Attends departmental staff meetings, provides information, and makes recommendations on work area operations. Patrol assigned areas to detect and prevent crimes, enforce traffic laws, recognize parking violations, issue traffic citations, and identify safety hazards and violators. Monitor Surveillance Security Cameras and conduct footage review, Broadcast Campus Emergency Alerts, Conduct Camera Functionality Test, Conduct Code-Blue Emergency Phone Functionality Test and maintain status logs. Performs other duties as assigned. SPECIAL JOB DIMENSIONS The Higher Education Public Safety Supervisor is classified as an (ESSENTIAL WORKER-FIRST RESPONDER) and may require on-call duty status and shift work. Qualification with small arms; and the wearing of firearms and uniforms are required. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES Knowledge of law enforcement practices, methods, and techniques. Knowledge of traffic and criminal laws and departmental regulations and procedures. Knowledge of law enforcement investigation procedures. Knowledge of supervisory principles and practices. Ability to supervise a medium to large-sized public safety staff. Ability to enforce
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HE PUBLIC SAFETY SUPERVISOR (SERGEANT) SUMMARY The Higher Education (HE) Public Safety Supervisor (Law Enforcement Sergeant) is responsible for an assigned shift and/or sub-division of the public safety operation at an institution of higher education. This position is governed by state and federal laws and agency/institution policy. FUNCTIONS Supervises a public safety staff consisting of certified officers and other security personnel by preparing and assigning work schedules, monitoring work progress of subordinate staff, and evaluating job performance. Reviews various reports and documentation submitted by subordinate staff for accuracy and completion and makes revisions as needed. Compiles statistics for departmental and special reports, as required, coordinates or assists in the planning and implementing of security for special events. Conducts special investigations and responds to more complex and difficult public safety situations, informs staff of changes in laws, regulations, policies and procedures. Conducts investigations of crimes, accidents, and reports incidents committed on campus. Attends departmental staff meetings, provides information, and makes recommendations on work area operations. Patrol assigned areas to detect and prevent crimes, enforce traffic laws, recognize parking violations, issue traffic citations, and identify safety hazards and violators. Monitor Surveillance Security Cameras and conduct footage review, Broadcast Campus Emergency Alerts, Conduct Camera Functionality Test, Conduct Code-Blue Emergency Phone Functionality Test and maintain status logs. Performs other duties as assigned. SPECIAL JOB DIMENSIONS The Higher Education Public Safety Supervisor is classified as an (ESSENTIAL WORKER-FIRST RESPONDER) and may require on-call duty status and shift work. Qualification with small arms; and the wearing of firearms and uniforms are required. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES Knowledge of law enforcement practices, methods, and techniques. Knowledge of traffic and criminal laws and departmental regulations and procedures. Knowledge of law enforcement investigation procedures. Knowledge of supervisory principles and practices. Ability to supervise a medium to large-sized public safety staff. Ability to enforce
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Subcategoría: Guardias ›
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