University Police Officer
5720 College Road
Lisle, IL 60532
Application Deadline: Until Filled
University Police Officer
University Police Department
Chief of Police, through the Deputy Chief of Police
Primary responsibilities include enforcing state statute, Illinois vehicle code, campus patrol and supervising student employees, utilizing currently accepted progressive management philosophies. Protect students, faculty, staff, campus visitors, property and facilities from accidents, bodily harm, hazards, fire, theft, vandalism and illegal entry, by enforcing University rules and regulations, enforcing of State statutes, to include traffic and parking regulations and apprehending violators. Provide general information and assistance to the public, conduct criminal investigations and participate in community oriented policing efforts. Must embrace quality customer service philosophy, as subscribed in the department’s Mission and Value Statement.
Provide general information and assistance to the public, conduct criminal investigations and participate in community oriented policing efforts. Community Oriented Policing includes, but is not limited to: friendly engagement with members of the community through talking and professional socializing, conducting presentations to the community on various topics and conducting programming (which has an educational base) for students to allow for a non-criminal related interaction with the students.
Essential Job Responsibilities:
Take active role in one or more positions of responsibility, to include, but not limited to:
Residence Hall Resource Officer, FBI Liaison, Evidence Custodian Evidence Technician, Firearms Instructor, Report Writing Software Manager Bicycle Officer, Vehicle Maintenance Officer, Field Training Officer Youth Officer, K9 Handler
Minimum Job Requirements:
High School Diploma, Associates Degree preferred.
Prior law enforcement experience in a college university setting. Perform first line supervisory duties, or attained a higher rank, in a college, university, municipal, or state law enforcement agency.
Extensive law enforcement experience, to include, conducting criminal investigations, positive proactive interaction with the public and the ability effectively communicate in written and verbal manner.
Specific Knowledge, Licenses, Certifications:
Current full-time certification as a peace officer by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board, or successful Waiver of Minimum Training Standards. Current Illinois drivers License and be free of any felony convictions and certain misdemeanor convictions.
Supervisory Responsibility (if applicable):
Supervise Student Employees
Must be willing to work varying schedules, including evenings, weekends and holidays. Be able to physically apprehend violators. Be able to perform duties and tasks that will place the incumbent in jeopardy and physical harm. Be of good moral character as determined by a thorough background investigation. Be fingerprinted for the purpose of a search of local, state and national fingerprint files to disclose any arrest and/or convictions.
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