Supervise, direct, discipline, train, and evaluate personnel assigned to any one of the following units: Police Services, Prosecution Services, Dispatch Services and Support Services and Investigative Services in carrying out the policies, rules and regulations of the Police Department, the University System of New Hampshire, Federal, State and local laws and ordinances.Make frequent contacts with the general public and other law enforcement officers requiring diplomacy to obtain information vital in the development and preparation of cases, accident investigations, and reviews.Considerable physical effort required in travel/patrol duties, which may demand continuous standing, walking, and occasional strenuous positions while performing duties under varying climatic conditions with exposure to accidents or occupational hazards that may result in total disability or loss of life.Train, coordinate, supervise and perform with proficiency in the following categories:Constitutional lawArrest and detention activitiesSearch and Seizure: within investigation, arrest, and warrant execution.Civil disorders: Control unruly crowds, hostile person(s)Civil process: enforce orders and service processVerbal skills: Deescalate agitated person(s)Court and UNH administrative actions to include preparing complaints and warrants.Crime Prevention: assess and correct personal/facility risks and organize crime prevention programs.Investigations to include collecting intelligence and evidence, interviewing, and searches.Traffic Enforcement: motor vehicle, parking, DWI laws, and traffic control and direction.Report Writing: Complete/review police reports, forms, statements, and memosJuvenile Activities: Complete juvenile reports/petitions; interact with juveniles, parents, schools, judges, and DCYF.Accident Investigation: Secure scene, investigate accident, complete reportsUse of Force: exercise discretion under state and federal law in the use of force, use deadly or non-deadly force, use physical force, deescalate volatile situations, clean and inspect weapons.Recommend policy and procedural changes.Requisition and inventory supplies and equipment, supervise care and control department equipment and supplies, request equipment repairs, and issue equipment.Investigate citizensâ complaints, conduct internal investigations and recommend discipline.Identify departmental and/or procedural problems and course of action, establish priorities for law enforcement service.Operate law enforcement and job-related equipment.Supervise special events.Perform related duties as assigned.
High school graduation or equivalent and five years as a full-time certified police officer with a City/Town/County or State law enforcement agencyAdvanced knowledge of law enforcement, Safety Services, and Communication Services practices, technology, and methodology.Demonstrated knowledge of NH motor vehicle, criminal, arrest, juvenile, and case law, court decisions, the Clery Act, FERPA, HIPPA, accepted police procedure, accepted principles of supervision and management, campus and host town geography, strong knowledge of community members.Interpersonal skills, including the ability to project self-assurance and certainty, project a positive first impression, react and cope with stressful situations, and evaluate a situation with common sense.Demonstrated skill in the use and care of law enforcement and job-related equipment.Demonstrate leadership, supervisory and organizational ability.Demonstrated ability to react responsively in emergency situations.
The University of New Hampshire is an R1 Carnegie classification research institution providing comprehensive, high-quality undergraduate and graduate programs of distinction. UNH is located in Durham on a 188-acre campus, 60 miles north of Boston and 8 miles from the Atlantic coast, and is convenient to New Hampshire's lakes and mountains. There is a student enrollment of 13,000 students, with a full-time faculty of over 600, offering 90 undergraduate and more than 70 graduate programs. The University actively promotes a dynamic learning environment in which qualified individuals of differing perspectives, life experiences, and cultural backgrounds pursue academic goals with mutual respect and shared inquiry.