Oversees training compliance with state and federal regulations. Conducts background checks. Provides training, instruction, evaluation, and supervision of all assigned personnel, including work performance for completeness, accuracy, and compliance within established university and departmental standards. Responds to calls for assistance from patrol officers and assumes scene command of critical incidents; controls and assesses situations, compiles critical information and coordinates activities with other campuses and jurisdictions. Acts as a departmental resource for internal and external constituents on law enforcement operations and university policies and procedures. May act as a liaison for the Deputy Superintendent's office. May be assigned specific details such as investigations, special events, recruitment, diversity and inclusion, E.I.O program, and others.
Bachelor's degree and three years of law enforcement experience OR high school diploma or GED and six years of law enforcement experience.
Possess a valid Indiana driver's license, or ability to obtain within 6 months of appointment, with the ability to be insured by Indiana University.
Indiana Law Enforcement Academy certified, or ability to obtain Indiana Law Enforcement Academy certification within 6 months of appointment.
Ability to demonstrate current firearms proficiency and qualification.
Current and continued certification in university required courses such as CPR, AED, Blood Borne Pathogens, IDACS, and others.
Advanced knowledge of the use and care of firearms and all other associated law enforcement equipment. Ability to complete and maintain all required annual law enforcement training and certifications as prescribed by Indiana State Law and the Indiana Law Enforcement Training Board (ILETB). Demonstrated leadership skills. Ability to take control of a situation and perform duties effectively and in a professional manner during situations that may rapidly evolve, and range from friendliness and persuasion to firmness and deadly force. Demonstrated competency in the performance of specialized duties wherein specialized training has been provided and completed. Ability to drive a vehicle with due regard for existing conditions and potentially dangerous situations. Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to effectively communicate and exchange information with a diverse variety of individuals. Working knowledge of computers and word processing, email, and database software systems.
Strongly prefer Indiana University Police Department experience. Supervisory experience.
Salary Plan: GS
Salary Grade: 01
Job Function: Operations
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