Patrol Sergeant-UNCSA Police and Public Safety (NC)

School/Department Information
The Department of Police and Public Safety is responsible for: law enforcement, criminal investigations, parking enforcement, parking fine collection, emergency first response, community policing, security escorts, security surveys, motorist assists, educational presentations, and special event services, among other duties on the campus of UNC School of the Arts.

Primary Description of Work
This is first-line supervisory or managerial law enforcement or managerial law enforcement work at a University campus or other State facility. With full powers of arrest, employees enforce the laws of the State and the United States Government. Employees have law enforcement authority ranging from traffic control to criminal investigations within a specific geographic jurisdiction associated with State property. Work involves supervision and/or management of a unit of officers or other departmental personnel in their responses to routine calls, emergencies, and other law enforcement services provided. Employees evaluate appropriateness of officer responses; designate assignments; direct needed resources; and interpret laws, ordinances, and department policies and procedures. Duties may include orientation and training of officers, inspections of officers and/or other departmental personnel on a shift, conducting pre-shift briefings, review of all reports and investigations accomplished during a shift , activity coordination, discipline, conducting performances reviews, and providing input concerning operational planning.

Work Schedule and hours
Day Shift/ Night Shift
Week 1: Mon, Tues, Friday, Sat, Sun.
Week 2: Wed, Thurs

6:30 am to 6:30 pm or 6:30 pm to 6:30 am, hours may vary based on need.
Description of Responsibilities and Duties
– This is first-line supervisory or managerial law enforcement or managerial law enforcement work at a University campus or other State facility. With full powers of arrest, employees enforce the laws of the State and the United States Government. Employees have law enforcement authority ranging from traffic control to criminal investigations within a specific geographic jurisdiction associated with State property.

– Work involves supervision and/or management of a unit of officers or other departmental personnel in their responses to routine calls, emergencies, and other law enforcement services provided. Employees evaluate appropriateness of officer responses; designate assignments; direct needed resources; and interpret laws, ordinances, and department policies and procedures. Duties may include orientation and training of officers, inspections of officers and/or other departmental personnel on a shift, conducting pre-shift briefings, review of all reports and investigations accomplished during a shift , activity coordination, discipline, conducting performances reviews, and providing input concerning operational planning.

– Patrol Campus, responding appropriately to observed violations of State Law, University Policy, and Parking Regulations. Conduct enforcement actions as necessary, responding with an educational focus as part of the tenants of Community Policing. Respond to emergencies including fire, medical, and criminal (active shooter, robbery, sexual assault, etc) and safeguard patients, victims, detain suspects, conduct interviews, prepare documentation of investigations, perform arrests, and testify in court as necessary. Also, participating in campus judicial processes, providing summaries and testifying in Student Conduct Hearings as required.

– Crime Prevention Programming – Officers are expected to develop and/or participate in established crime prevention, safety education, and campus educational programming such as: Safety Education Tables, Liaison Programs, Faculty Enrichment Programs, RAD Program, ALICE Program, Bike Engravings, Residence Hall Educational Programs, Coffee with a Cop, etc.

– Special Events – Officers are expected to work a number of special events, some are mandatory, in order to support the educational and performing arts mission of the university.

– Assist with the inspection, maintenance, and testing of campus emergency equipment such as bluelights, AEDs, burglar alarms, patrol vehicles, and other emergency management equipment.
Minimum Qualifications
Graduation from high school or possession of a high school equivalency certificate and two years of law enforcement experience. Additional Education and Experience will be necessary for progressive steps (Journey and Advanced). NECESSARY SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS Certification as a Law Enforcement Officer in accordance with the provisions of the North Carolina Criminal Justice Training and Standards Commission or the ability to achieve certification within one year of employment.

For more information, please visit: https://employment.uncsa.edu/postings/5373