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Job Description Summary
Performs a variety of duties to protect members of the University community. Assists in all types of emergency situations and assures orderly movement of traffic on campus.
Patrols University property; conducts investigations of all accidents, crimes, and incidents by interviewing victims, witnesses, and suspects, through the identifications and collection of physical evidence.
Responds to all emergency calls including potentially violent and life threatening situations.
Provides crime prevention strategies, inspects University property for safety hazards, equipment malfunctions, unsecured doors or other unusual occurrences, refers victims to appropriate services, provides directions, escorts, vehicle and door unlocks assistance, operates necessary equipment.
Maintains radio communications.
Renders immediate and temporary medical aid to injured and or ill persons in emergency situations.
Documents all activities and prepares written reports as required by departmental policy.
Prosecutes offenders as necessary by filing criminal charges, referral to the appropriate University authorities.
Prepares and presents testimony in criminal, traffic, judicial hearings and grand jury.
Attends advanced and specialized training activities.
Reviews or oversees work of less-experienced officers in some circumstances.
Required Education, Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:
High school diploma or GED and two years of specialized training, or an equivalent combination of education and related experience.
Ability to meet the requirements of the University's automobile insurance.
Must meet all requirements to become certified as a Law Enforcement Officer in accordance with the provisions of the
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