Patrol Sergeant, Public Safety - Georgetown University Law Center

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Location
Washington D.C.
Posted
Jan 25, 2018
Closes
Mar 03, 2018
Industry
Education, Law
Hours
Full Time
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Patrol Sergeant, Public Safety - Georgetown University Law Center

The Patrol Sergeant is a visible Public Safety representative, committed to the preservations of life, health, and property at Georgetown University Law Center. S/he serves as a Watch Commander during tour of duty, working with 4 other Patrol Sergeants on the Campus and is a frontline supervisor for up to 6 officers, 1 communication officer, 2 access controllers, and student guards, as well as contract security guards/shuttle drivers in up to 6 locations on Campus during tour of duty. Reporting to the Director of Public Safety, the Patrol Sergeant has duties that include but are not limited to:

Policing

  • Directs all police, traffic, and security matters during tour of duty. 
  • Ensures investigations of all complaints, crimes, accidents, and incidents occurring, reported, or observed on tour of duty are in accordance with established policies and procedures.
  • Ensures proper and comprehensive reports are prepared and inspects them for complete and required information. 
  • Cautions and apprehends persons behaving contrary to University rules and relevant laws, and directs personnel and vehicle access control systems.

Supervision

  • Ensures officers, security guards, contract guards, student guards, and other staff on tour of duty are knowledgeable of all current and pertinent orders. 
  • Schedules on-the-job training requirements and functions with the Director or designee.
  • Schedules work assignments, vacations, days-off, training, and other related activities for staff on the tour of duty, subject to approval of superior. 
  • Directs police headquarters activity and ensures proper initiation of reports, records and forms completed during tour of duty. 
  • Participates in decisions on matters of employee welfare, recruitment, hiring, evaluation, performance management, personnel assignments, training, promotion, discipline, and equipment needs. 
  • Protects, maintains, and accounts for all communications equipment, vehicles, and other equipment utilized by personnel on the tour of duty. 

Incident Management

  • Serves as initial Incident Commander on-scene during incidents and emergencies until relieved by superior.
  • Maintains liaison with Metropolitan Police Department, DCFC, other police agencies, and other public safety and first responder agencies.
  • Implements and directs emergency operations plans when authorized and appropriate, and coordinates emergency response and management with responding administrators, official and agencies.
  • Authorizes and sends emergency notifications to the University Community during critical events, in the absence of an on-scene superior.

Community Relations

  • Maintains interrelationship with Law students, faculty, staff, visitors, dignitaries, and neighboring community members to provide assistance and information. 
  • Presents lectures, training, orientation and advice on crime prevention methods, police-related matters, and University Safety to members of the Department of Public Safety, students, faculty, and staff. 
  • Conducts security surveys of University buildings and property in order to ascertain if any security flaws exist and makes appropriate recommendations to alleviate same.

Requirements

  • High School diploma or certified equivalency
  • At least 5 years of law enforcement experience related to public safety, including supervisory experience (an equivalent combination of experience and the training described below will be considered)
  • Successful completion of training, to the Consortium of Universities Law Enforcement Academy, usually during the probation period or equivalent training and certification from a civilian or military law enforcement academy 
  • Eligibility to obtain, and to maintain, a Special Police Officer Commission by the District of Columbia's Metropolitan Police Department
  • Possess and maintain a valid driver's license with no violations in the last 3 years, and ability to quality for Georgetown University's driver's certification
  • Ability complete all required departmental trainings, to include certification in Arrest Control Tactics, Baton, and OC-based Aerosol Subject Restraint
  • Ability to pass a drug screening test, physical examination by a medical doctor to University specifications, and a psychological evaluation
  • Previous experience in and responsibility for critical incident response and notification procedures, as well as experience and/or training in situations involving sexual assault and discrimination
  • Knowledge of criminal and civil law and of police practices and procedures 
  • Competency in computer programs such as word processing and database
  • Ability to supervise, evaluate, manage, and motivate subordinate staff
  • Possession of tact, a courteous demeanor, and a respect the use of police powers in relation to a University environment
  • Strong communications skills - verbal, written, and interpersonal
  • Availability and willingness to work extended, odd, or off hours to achieve the expectations of the Department - to include rotating tours of duty (day shifts, evening shifts, overnight shifts) with fluctuating days off

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