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Fisher College P/T Police Officer

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  1. Kilvinsky

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    Part Time Campus Police Officer
    Fisher College

    Boston, MA

    Admin - Police and Public Safety



    Fisher College, a private non-profit comprehensive college located in Boston's Back Bay has an opportunity available for a dedicated campus police officer.


    To promote lawful behavior and protect the welfare of students, faculty and staff as a uniformed presence on campus; perform foot patrols of college campus, to monitor behavior, secure buildings and property, investigate disturbances, maintain order during events and enforce regulations


    1. Detect and respond appropriately to potential hazards
    2. Handle sensitive situations with tact and confidentiality.
    3. Familiarize self with the College and with students, staff and faculty.
    4. Investigate illegal or suspicious activities, persons, and establishments, and quells disturbances.
    5. Perform first aid and provides other assistance to victims.
    6. Write detailed incident, investigation, activity, and other reports.
    7. Ensure safe and secure campus by patrolling and observation of security issues.

    Minimum Requirements and Qualifications

    1. Graduate from an SSPO or full-time equivalent police academy or have equivalent training that meets the requirements to obtain SSPO powers
    2. Associate's or Bachelor's degree in criminal justice
    3. One year of Law Enforcement/Security Experience
    4. Be eligible to be warranted as a Massachusetts Special State Police Officer (SSPO) as defined by the Colonel of the State Police and MGL Ch. 22C Sec. 63.
      • Ability to pass an extensive background investigation and CORI Check
      • Possession of a current and valid Massachusetts Class D motor vehicle operator's license.
      • Ability to prepare written reports of investigations and maintain accurate records.
      • Ability to follow and provide effective oral and written instructions in a precise, understandable manner.
      • Ability to exercise sound judgment; maintain a calm manner in stressful situations; make decisions and act quickly in emergency/dangerous situations, and maintain confidential information.
      • Ability to understand police procedures and practices and fire prevention methods; ability to recognize hazards.
      • Ability to establish a rapport with staff, students, and the public from various backgrounds; including: race, ethnicity, culture, socio-economic status, and LGBTQ+ inclusion.
    Fisher College

    Online App. Form:

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