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POLICE OFFICER (LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER), MIT Police Department (multiple positions), to be responsible for the protection of life and property. Will identify criminal offenders and criminal activity; apprehend offenders as appropriate and participate in subsequent court proceedings; reduce the opportunity for the commission of some crime through preventative and directed patrols and crime measures; aid individuals who are in danger of physical harm; provide services such as crisis intervention, conflict resolution, and community relations functions; handle emergency procedures such as fires, explosions, and chemical spills; and perform other general duties as assigned.
REQUIRED: United States citizenship, completion of and a graduate from a full-time police academy, ability to handle top-level relations, and a valid driver's license. Must qualify in the use of firearms. PREFERRED: three years of work experience in a state, municipal, or university police department. Job #21313
Base hourly rate range: $30.49-36.85
The work schedule is a four and two, but must be able to work additional hours as needed.
Will be required to successfully complete a pre-employment medical examination and psychological screening.
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