LASELL COLLEGE, CAMPUS POLICE DEPARTMENT
The Sergeant works under the direction of the Police Lieutenant as a Patrol Supervisor of all personnel assigned to their shift. As a uniformed Patrol Supervisor, they are required to perform all of the regular duties of a police officer including detaining suspects and effecting arrest and are responsible for conforming to Department Policy, # 1.01, Supervisors/Ole's.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The statements below are intended to describe the principal duties of the person or persons assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all job duties and responsibilities. Lasell University has the right to add or change the job responsibilities at any time.
- Responsible for the preparation, review and proper submission
of all necessary department paperwork
- Plan, assign, and direct the activities of personnel assigned
under their command
- Accountable for the efficiency, discipline, appearance and
general good conduct of those assigned undertheir
- Responsible for ensuring compliance with all laws, rules,
regulations, department and school policies, general and special
directives and standard operating procedures.
- Patrol the Lasell campus and visit subordinates as often as
- Perform crime prevention, community relations and any other
related duties as required by the needs of the
- Insure that the proper staffing level of the department is
maintained at all times.
- Other duties as assigned.
All subordinates assigned to their shift, including Police Officers, Security Officers and Dispatchers
MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED BY THE JOB:
Minimum Educational/Work Experience Requirements:
1. Graduate of an accredited University/College granted (Associates Degree or higher in criminal justice) with minimum 5 years' experience as Certified Police Officer.
2. Employed as Certified Police Officer with 10 years' experience with minimum 5 years Supervisor Experience.
Accepted Certified Police Officer:
- Graduate of a MA State Police Academy
- Full time Municipal Police Academy administered by the
Municipal Training Committee
- Completion of Out of State Police Academy which is accepted by
MA State Police Certification Unit
- Graduate of Municipal Police training Committee's 242 hour
Reserve/Intermittent Academy with Associates Degree or higher in
CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION OR LICENSURE REQUIRED BY THE JOB:
- Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license
- Must possess and maintain First Responder and CPR
- Must maintain Special State Police Warrant
- Must possess and maintain a Massachusetts License to Carry
PHYSICAL AND VISUAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE JOB:
May require physical interactions with individuals when required to perform regular law enforcement duties including but not limited to; running, climbing walls, fences, ladders, subduing and arresting individuals who may be actively resisting efforts to have them comply with lawful orders.
Above average visual effort with frequent exposure to visually demanding work involving detailed work.
Work performed in an environment requiring occasional exposure to weather extremes, fumes, odors and/or noise.
Occasional exposure to job hazards, resulting in some injury, lost time, total disability or death.
Interested candidates should upload a letter of interest, resume and the information of three (3) references using the forms below.
Review of resumes will begin immediately, and applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
To apply for the position, please visit: https://www.lasell.edu/discover-lasell/human-resources/employment-opportunities/staff-positions/police-sergeant.html
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