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Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Enforcement Officer

Discussion in 'Federal Employment' started by a76589, Mar 29, 2011.

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  1. a76589

    a76589 MassCops Member

    FRL Enforcement Officer-221269
    Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
    Primary Location

    MA-Boston
    Full-time / Part-time

    Full-time
    Employee Status

    Regular
    Overtime Status

    Non-exempt
    Job Type

    Experienced
    Travel

    No
    Shift

    Variable
    Target Start Date

    Apr 4, 2011
    Posting Dates

    Mar 3, 2011-Ongoing
    Description



    Job Summary:
    This position is responsible for maintaining security for all posts in accordance with Law Enforcement Department procedures. Performance of police functions which include controlling access of individuals and vehicles into the building, protecting bank assets, employees and tenants.

    Principal Accountabilities:
    Operate posts, designated areas, life and safety equipment as prescribed in training manuals.

    Maintain accurate post, visitor, key logs and property removal slips.

    Conduct patrol tours checking for fire or safety violations plus breeches of building security, prepare accident and/or incident reports as needed.

    Qualify bi-annually with lethal weapons; demonstrate skill and knowledge of non-lethal weapons and CPR.

    Perform chauffeuring or escort duties for bank employees, guests or valuables as required.

    Provide first aid or CPR and arrange for appropriate emergency medical response as needed.

    Patrol exterior and interior parking facilities for parking, safety or security violations.

    Maintain a current Drivers License.

    Perform other duties as assigned.

    This position is not required to directly supervise others.

    Knowledge and Experience:
    Knowledge and experience normally acquired through, or equivalent to, the completion of a high school diploma or G.E.D. and a minimum of 1 year of job related experience.

    Military security and/or external security experience.

    Stable work history reflecting excellent performance and attendance.

    Careers - Boston Fed
    This position also requires applicable Specialized Training, Certification or Registration.
     
  2. FAPD

    FAPD MassCops Member

    YIKES!!!!!
     
  3. BrickCop

    BrickCop Subscribing Member

    Not knocking the job but I imagine it's incredibly boring. All the nice equipment and training is great but talk about "being dressed up with no place to go".
     
  4. cc3915

    cc3915 Well-Known Member Staff Member

    Enforcement Officer??? E.O.???? This just isn't right!
     
  5. Sam1974

    Sam1974 MassCops Member

    I was thinking the same thing! LOL
     
  6. 5-0

    5-0 Guest

    Not a bad gig if you want to carry suppressed AR-15s all dressed up. I went to Instructor school with a guy from there, who said it was a decent job. I think BrickCop summed it up, but it's a decent gig overall.
     
  7. Delta784

    Delta784 Guest

    One of my co-workers did the job, and that about sums it up. Decent pay, lots of OT, and a good benefit package. Good job for someone starting out or wrapping it up.
     
  8. Inspector71

    Inspector71 Duke of Campus Police

    Bruce! You could take the Red Line or Commuter Rail from home to South Station, walk right across the street to work...Awesome!!!!
    :thumbs_up:
     
  9. BrickCop

    BrickCop Subscribing Member


    With his luck there'd be a highly organized robbery takeover by a bunch of heavily armed crackhead ex- Green Berets the first day on the job.
     
  10. Delta784

    Delta784 Guest

    I have some post-retirement plans, none of which involve a badge or gun.
     
  11. BrickCop

    BrickCop Subscribing Member


    Whatever it is, I'm in as a business partner. We shall make millions.
     
  12. Joe1231913

    Joe1231913 MassCops Member

    If anyone has any questions, PM me, or ask here. I have been there for a few years and can answer pretty accurately. Basic answers are below.....

    Chapter 90: NO
    HR 218: YES
    Starting Pay: 39,000 10 and 12% differential for eves and mids
    Great benefits, plenty of OT, not alot of action as far as normal police work. It is 95% physical security. It can get boring sometimes, but if you can deal with it then its a good job.
     
  13. 5-0

    5-0 Guest

    Hey. Don't come in here being all 'reasonable' and shit..... Hahahah, kidding. Good post
     
  14. FAPD

    FAPD MassCops Member


    Describe the 5% of Normal police work that you perform.
     
  15. Irishpride

    Irishpride Subscribing Member

    yep part of the the Hr 218 LEOSA Improvement Act passed in October. It also covers Amtrak Police
     
  16. FAPD

    FAPD MassCops Member

    Yes I see that now, Federal Reserve and Amtrak specifically named. My humble apologies
    :wink_smile:
     
  17. Joe1231913

    Joe1231913 MassCops Member

    FAPD, why the "yikes" and "normal police work" comments?

    Like I said, 95% physical security. On off shifts, we see a fair amount of drunks causing problems, drug use, and the occasionally disorderly type because of the close proximity to South Station and the bars in Faneuil Hall. I am not trying to make it more than it is, but things happen once in a while and I would like to think we handle things as professionally as most other LEO's would. It seems you might have a bad taste about the Federal Reserve, or at least the posts relating to it. Keep in mind, the Fed Reserve Police is a very young department, only formed as a law enforcement unit in 2002, so we are still in the learning curve you might say. Things over the past few years have improved dramatically but we still have guys that signed on as security officers pre 9/11 and dont have much of a desire to be police. That being said, its a slow evolving process, but it is working so far.
     
  18. pahapoika

    pahapoika Subscribing Member

    I have some post-retirement plans, none of which involve a badge or gun.

    then i'd say "Good on Ya" ! :shades_smile:

    be surprised how many guys have no clue what their going to do after retirement.
     
  19. LoganF

    LoganF MassCops Member

    Kind of curious if anyone applied for this or not?
     
  20. Nuke_TRT

    Nuke_TRT Stirrer of the Pot

  21. EMTFORHIRE

    EMTFORHIRE MassCops Member

  22. LoganF

    LoganF MassCops Member

    Heard anything or is your submission status in the application manager still showing "Under Review" or have you actually heard anything?
     
  23. niteowl1970

    niteowl1970 Moderator Staff Member

    I heard that Western New England College in Springfield in hiring.

    I also heard that Donald Trump is thinking about a 2012 presidential run.
     
  24. LoganF

    LoganF MassCops Member

    Thanks for that information that I could care less about.
     
  25. niteowl1970

    niteowl1970 Moderator Staff Member

    No problem..
     
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