A Campus Police Officer is a member of the campus police force, which serves and protects the college community. The Officer is responsible for maintaining the security and safety of persons and property; identifying potential security and safety hazards; being observant and responding to potential criminal activity on campus; maintaining good public relations by assisting others as a source of information and direction; controlling and regulating traffic and parking as needed; and investigating all security, safety, and traffic incidents.
Certification as a law enforcement officer or the ability to complete basic law enforcement school as required by the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services. Must be 21 years of age by completion of law enforcement certification. Valid driver's license required. Computer knowledge to include software systems used in the department. Strong communication skills, both written and verbal, and sound decision making.
Excellent verbal and written communications skills with the ability to relate well with a variety of people. Demonstrated ability to make sound independent decisions. Knowledge of the law and University policy. Prior University police experience in law enforcement or related area. Preference for undergraduate study in Law Enforcement or related field.
Radford University serves the Commonwealth of Virginia and the nation through a wide range of academic, cultural, human service and research programs. Radford University is committed to creating and supporting a highly productive, diverse and qualified workforce. As one of the largest employers in the region, Radford University seeks employees who support teaching, research and the public service mission of the university.