Classified Title: Campus Police Lieutenant Role/Level/Range: ATP/04/PC Starting Salary Range: $49,216 - $67,735 Employee group: Full Time Schedule: Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 5 pm Employee subgroup: Salaried Exmpt Location: 01-MD:Homewood Campus Department name: 10001621-Campus and Community Patrol Personnel area: University Administration
General summary/purpose: The Crime Prevention Lieutenant is responsible for all of the crime prevention programs offered by the Campus Safety and Security Department. Programs include but are not limited to: developing crime prevention strategies, conducting crime prevention awareness education, attending community meetings, plans, coordinates and supervises all security special events, bicycle/pedestrian safety programs and other duties as required.
Specific duties & responsibilities:
The Crime Prevention Lieutenant is the coordinator for the Neighborhood Walkers on Patrol.
Provides home security surveys to assist students, faculty and staff.
Coordinates house checks for students, faculty and staff when they are away from their home for more the 24 hours.
Conducts crime prevention and awareness education.
Coordinates all social media accounts, i.e., Facebook, Twitter, etc.
Maintains liaison with local, state and national public and private crime prevention programs to facilitate the exchange of information, make recommendations for improvements or change, and to learn new concepts of crime prevention that may be utilized by the Campus Safety and Security Department.
Conducts presentations for the campus community on a wide variety of crime prevention and community oriented topics.
Acts as the liaison between the department and the campus community. The Crime Prevention Lieutenant will target programs to address community perceptions or misperceptions of crime and evaluating the effectiveness of those programs.
Attend community meetings to include but not limited to:
Charles Village Community Benefits District
Charles Village Civic Association
Remington Community meetings
Develops and obtains pamphlets, brochures, and hangtags concerning crime prevention and public safety topics.
Maintain close ties with all members of the Campus Safety and Security Department for the purpose of sharing crime prevention information and community concerns relative to crime prevention activities.
Maintain a working relationship with other campus departments for the purpose of addressing crime prevention concerns.
Periodically survey students, faculty and staff to determine concerns over safety and security within the community; and recommendations and suggestions for improvements.
Prioritize crime prevention programs and activities based on pertinent data including bicycle/pedestrian safety data.
Security coordinator for special events requiring Campus Safety and Security support, and will plan and supervise such events.
Conduct joint events with city, state, federal and other law enforcement agencies as deemed necessary.
Position requires periodic evening and weekend assignments, primarily for handling dignitary assignments, special events, the Neighborhood Walkers on Patrol Program and for attending community meetings.
Plans, coordinates and supervises the annual campus safety security week.
May work some evening and weekend at times
Other duties as assigned.
Minimum qualifications (mandatory):
Bachelor’s degree in related field or a graduate of a certified police academy.
Minimum of 10 years experience in a law enforcement related field (city, county, state, university, federal agency) with 5 years of experience of law enforcement supervisory/ management experience.
Must pass certification for expandable baton and OC spray.
Valid Maryland Drivers License.
Special knowledge, skills, and abilities:
Ability to communicate effectively in order to perform the duties of this position.
Ability to prepare written products that are logical, coherent and grammatically correct.
Ability to multi-task daily due to the varied responsibilities entailed with this position.
Strong interpersonal and public relations skills necessary to establish and maintain effective rapport with the University community and the general public.
Excellent analytical and decision making skills to develop and implement security events.
Ability to maintain confidentiality.
The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check.
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