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Series Description: Protective Services Series

Series Description: PROTECTIVE SERVICES SERIES

Positions in the Protective Services Series provide the full range of performance, coordination, and administrative oversight of enforcement, security and access functions and provide routine to emergency assistance to faculty, staff, students and visitors.

Examples of work include: Patrol University grounds and buildings, provide safety escorts, crowd and traffic control at various events, conduct investigations, respond to life and property emergencies, maintain law enforcement presence at University functions, develop and implement special activity units.

Service Officer Career Progression Job Standards:

Police Officer Career Progression Job Standards:

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS:

Protective Services Career Progression positions, distinguished by the nature and scope of responsibilities and minimum education and experience, are summarized below. For detailed information please refer to specific Distinguishing Characteristics matrix.

Police Officer - Perform enforcement activities and provide routine and emergency assistance in support of University protective services; use judgment in application of security measures within established guidelines based on a general knowledge and understanding of internal and external regulations, policies, procedures, local, state and federal laws. Associate's degree, one to two years’ specialized experience and certification by the Vermont Criminal Justice Training Council within probationary period required. Physical examination, written examination, psychological evaluation and background investigation required pursuant to Rule 32 of Vermont Criminal Justice Training Council. Valid Vermont driver's license or ability to obtain, and driver's check required.

Police Officer Senior - Perform administrative oversight of shift operations, enforcement, services and communications in support of University protective services; use judgment in prioritization of workflow, application of operational and organizational processes based on a thorough knowledge and understanding of internal and external regulations, policies, procedures, local, state and federal laws. Provide administrative supervision to University staff and functional supervision to designated employees and/or affiliates. Associate's degree in a related field, two to six years’ specialized experience and certification by the Vermont Criminal Justice Training Council within probationary period required. Physical examination, written examination, psychological evaluation and background investigation required pursuant to Rule 32 of Vermont Criminal Justice Training Council. Valid Vermont driver's license or ability to obtain, and driver's check required.

Last modified May 07 2009 09:35 AM