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Job Title: Campus Police Officer :evil:
Employer: Stonehill College

Location: Easton, MA 02357
Date Posted: 04-13-2005

Job Description
Description: The Police Officer will patrol college buildings and grounds to prevent theft, trespass, vandalism or violations of college policies and General Laws of the Commonwealth. Support the department's campus wide community policing philosophy. Engage in a proactive approach to problem solving, policing, and involvement in the Stonehill College community. Maintain an excellent working relationship with other campus police officers, supervisors, and campus departments, as well as with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies.

Core Duties
Interpret and enforce pertinent laws, rules, and regulations, with tact, firmness and diplomacy.
Analyze situations accurately and adopt a corrective course of action.
Write clear, concise and factual reports.
Work confidentially and utilize discretion while being able to communicate effectively both orally and writing.
Complete reports as directed by a supervisor including but not limited to: case summaries training, property, evidence, community programs, and all other assigned tasks.
Knowledge of current principles, practices, and techniques of law enforcement and crime prevention in a college setting, including but not limited to patrol, traffic, investigation, community policing and communications.
Thorough knowledge of college and departmental policies, geography, and buildings. Such knowledge may be acquired subsequent to appointment.
Participate in on-campus community policing programs as assigned.

Candidates should send resume to:
Stonehill College
Human Resources Department
320 Washington Street
Easton, MA 02357
or fax to: (508) 565-1499
email to: [email protected]

Stonehill College is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity.

Licenses and other Requirements
High school graduate or general education degree (GED) required; two-year or four-year degree from an accredited college in the area of Criminal Justice or Social Sciences preferred.
Successful completion of the Massachusetts Special State Police Academy or equivalent is required.
Successful completion of a field training program.
Willingness to seek out specialized training in the policing environment and utilizes those skills within the department.
Experience as a police officer within a residential college or university environment is preferred.
Must have or obtain a valid MA Firearms identification card :roll: , Current CPR, First Responder, and valid Drivers License.
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