University Police Sergeant (999396) Police Department
|Job Order #||Company||Job Type||Salary||Location||Application Deadline|
|10512882||Wichita State University||Full-Time||21.82/hr||Wichita, KS||11/20/2017|
This is supervisory and participatory commissioned law enforcement work in providing police protection for a regents institution. Work involves supervision of police officers, assigning tasks, analyzing and evaluating officers reports, and participating in officer training programs. Performs commissioned law enforcement work in providing police protection at a regents institution. Conducts criminal investigations and prepares reports for presentation to the prosecutor and the courts. Establishes work schedules and assignments, reviews work while in progress and checks completed work through visual observation and reports to assure that proper police protection is provided. Coordinates with oncoming supervisor on activities occurring and administrative directions issued during previous shift. Read special orders and instructions at briefings, and passes on information to next shift. Inspects personnel and equipment for adherence to departmental standards. Enforces departmental rules and regulations as supervisor of other officers. Completes probationary and annual performance evaluations for subordinate officers. Reviews and coordinates information gathered to insure proper reporting and case classification. Patrols an assigned area or function, observing, supervising, and instructing subordinates. Assists other officers on major calls or complex situations where assistance is required. Cross-Trains to perform dispatch duties when needed. Maintains care and control of authorized equipment and vehicles, including firearms. Decides when emergency response is necessary. Front-line supervisor position; new, unusual, or complex work is referred to superior for advice. Usually receive general outline of the work and generally free to develop sequences and methods within established policies. Plan, coordinate, and advise on work efforts, interpret instructions or policies, give guidance on issues or problems; schedules, supervises, and evaluates employees. Minimum Education High School Diploma or equivalent Minimum Experience Three years in general law enforcement. Education in criminal justice, fire science, or law enforcement may be substituted for experience as determined relevant by the agency. Wichita State University does not discriminate in its employment practices, educational programs or activities on the basis of age, ancestry, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, national origin, political affiliation, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a veteran.
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