Sunday, 31 March 2013

Campus police functions


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Campus police functions

In this post, you can ref key functions of Campus police in details. Based on this function list, you can set up daily duties, weekly duties, monthly tasks/activities.

I. List of Campus police duties:

1. Supervises sworn police officers and non-sworn department employees.
2. Assists in developing and managing annual budget, including general funds, equipment, grants, and other programs and projects.
3. Acts as Incident Commander during police operations in the absence of the Director of Police and Safety Services
4. Compiles information and data in order to prepare a wide variety of reports, including those for various governmental agencies on county, state and federal levels.
5. Assures compliance with all applicable College, criminal justice systems, county, state and federal policies, codes and laws.
6. Leads a Division within the department, either Operations or Administration, and is responsible for all job functions within the Department.
7. Develops effective patrol response to identify crime patterns, trends and activities.
8. Monitors potential changes and recommends modification to policies and procedures as needed.
9. Provides for security planning for large gatherings, assemblies or athletic events.
10. Conduct investigations of complex campus crimes and coordinate criminal investigations with the District Attorney’s Office, Probation and Parole Departments as well as all other criminal justice agencies.
11. Receives incident reports for follow-up investigation to include contacting witnesses, victims, and suspects for interview and /or interrogation.
12. Prepares and presents to the court requests for search and arrest warrants.
13. Serves search and arrest warrants.
14. Acts as watch commander during assigned shifts.
15. Investigates service complaints and recommends appropriate remedial action.
16. Develops, evaluates, and manages projects. Assigns tasks to others in order to complete each project.
17. May serve as the direct liaison with local law enforcement agencies.
18. Implements College, Departmental, Divisional, and Unit goals and policies.

II. List of Campus police qualifications

  1. At least five years experience as a law enforcement is required for the Police Officer III level and at least 4 years experience as a correctional officer or security officer is required for  Police Officer II level.
  2. High school diploma or GED.
  3. Good driving skills, current and valid driver's license and maintaining a good driving record, Class C or higher. Must be able to meet Loyola University insurance qualification to drive he department vehicles
  4. Meet the standards for Maryland Special Police Commission and able to obtain Special Police Commission from the State of Maryland
  5. Ability to obtain CPR, AED & First Aid certification within first year of employment.
  6. Must pass physical exam and drug test.
  7. Ability to write and articulate information accurately and in a timely manner during stressful situations.
  8. Demonstrated ability to be on time for scheduled work. D. Physical stamina to patrol on foot or bike during all types of weather. Duties require a very extensive amount of walking, climbing stairs, and other physical exertion.
  9. This is an essential position requiring an employee to report for work during emergencies.



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