PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER (LAW ENF

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PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER (LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER) Extra-Help (2 positions) SUMMARY The Public Safety Officer is responsible for the enforcement of traffic and criminal laws and parking regulations. This position is governed by law enforcement standards, state and federal laws, and agency/institution policy. FUNCTIONS Patrols assigned areas to detect and prevent crimes, enforce traffic laws, recognize parking violations, issue traffic citations, and identity safety hazards and violators; performs physical security checks of campus buildings. Must be able to work rotating shifts (3-shifts over a 24 hour period) with days off, routine overtime requirements, and work in extreme and inclement weather conditions. Performs daily maintenance and equipment checks on patrol unit, maintains a professional appearance through upkeep and maintenance of uniform, duty equipment and personal grooming. Serves as a resource for Visitors, Students, Faculty and Staff, and directs them to appropriate offices, agencies and organizations. Conducts investigations of crimes and accidents, and report incidents committed on campus. Directs traffic during periods of high density to facilitate smooth flow. Arrests violators, writes incident reports, and testifies in court, as required. Responds to alarms, calls for assistance, checks for locked or unlocked buildings and offices, as necessary, and assists stranded motorists and others in need of assistance. Monitors security and fire panel for security and fire detection, assists with checking the alarm systems and emergency power supply. 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 Officer 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 traffic laws, rules and regulations, for security; knowledge of general law enforcement methods and techniques; ability to direct traffic and to
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PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER (LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER) Extra-Help (2 positions) SUMMARY The Public Safety Officer is responsible for the enforcement of traffic and criminal laws and parking regulations. This position is governed by law enforcement standards, state and federal laws, and agency/institution policy. FUNCTIONS Patrols assigned areas to detect and prevent crimes, enforce traffic laws, recognize parking violations, issue traffic citations, and identity safety hazards and violators; performs physical security checks of campus buildings. Must be able to work rotating shifts (3-shifts over a 24 hour period) with days off, routine overtime requirements, and work in extreme and inclement weather conditions. Performs daily maintenance and equipment checks on patrol unit, maintains a professional appearance through upkeep and maintenance of uniform, duty equipment and personal grooming. Serves as a resource for Visitors, Students, Faculty and Staff, and directs them to appropriate offices, agencies and organizations. Conducts investigations of crimes and accidents, and report incidents committed on campus. Directs traffic during periods of high density to facilitate smooth flow. Arrests violators, writes incident reports, and testifies in court, as required. Responds to alarms, calls for assistance, checks for locked or unlocked buildings and offices, as necessary, and assists stranded motorists and others in need of assistance. Monitors security and fire panel for security and fire detection, assists with checking the alarm systems and emergency power supply. 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 Officer 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 traffic laws, rules and regulations, for security; knowledge of general law enforcement methods and techniques; ability to direct traffic and to
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Subcategoría: Guardias ›
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