Sunday, 31 March 2013

Park police functions


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Park police functions

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

I. List of Park police duties:

                  1.            Patrolling park areas and facilities by foot or motorized vehicles as assigned.
                  2.            Enforcing all park rules and regulations, state laws and federal laws.
                  3.            Inspecting all assigned facilities and areas to ensure the safety of all patrons.
                  4.            Assisting with all administrative functions of the Police Department.
                  5.            Guiding and directing park patrons in their use of the park areas.
                  6.            Completing all criminal and non-criminal park police reports.
                  7.            Performing all other duties as assigned.

II. List of Park police qualifications

                  1.            Proactively patrol a designated area during an assigned shift to preserve order and enforce traffic regulations.
                  2.            Investigate disturbances to determine appropriate action.
                  3.            Investigate calls of a non-threatening nature (e.g., injured or ill subjects and civil disagreements) to determine appropriate action.
                  4.            Investigate vehicle accidents and determine appropriate action.
                  5.            Patrol traffic and parking areas to enforce regulations.
                  6.            Respond to all emergencies during assigned duty shift. Administer first aid/perform CPR/ apply AED as necessary.
                  7.            Operate communication equipment; transmit all citizen complaint calls to appropriate police officer or other departments as appropriate for action and/or follow-up.
                  8.            Prepare written reports of incidents occurring on assigned shift.
                  9.            Maintain certification by the Illinois Local Governmental Law Enforcement Officer's Training & Standards Board.
              10.            Maintain annual firearms certification as required by Illinois Public Act 94-103.
Maintain LEADS and AED/CPR certification.
              11.            Participate in a minimum of 32 hours of in-service training per year.
              12.            Perform such other duties as may be required by State law, or Department rule, or as may be assigned by a superior officer



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