University Police Officer - Part-time
The University Police Officer performs various safety and security
work for the campus, enforcing federal, state, and local laws,
statutes, and ordinances, and campus rules, regulations, and
ESSENTIAL DUTIES include
• Answers calls for service, engages in preventive routine patrol,
arrests, and searches, and assists with warrant services. Manages
time and duties without direct supervision.
• Prepares various reports, which includes locating and
interviewing witnesses, victims, and suspects, and locating,
collecting, and preserving evidence using the proper chain of
• Enforces campus rules, regulations, and policies, as well as
federal, state, and city laws.
• Provides information and assistance to the campus and surrounding
• Investigates hazardous conditions. Determines the appropriate
response in order to minimize the danger to life and
• Provides field training for new officers, student interns, and
• Secures and transports all daily deposits, including bank
deposits of cash and monetary value.
• Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.
• High school diploma or GED, POST certification with the Missouri
Department of Public Safety, and one year of experience in law
enforcement or related field; or, an equivalent combination of
education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the
essential duties of the job such as those listed above.
• POST certification.
• Valid Driver’s License
• Positions in this classification typically require: climbing,
balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching,
standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, fingering, grasping,
feeling, talking, hearing, seeing, and repetitive motions.
• Heavy Work: Exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally,
and/or up to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 20 pounds
of forces constantly to move objects.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS and ABILITIES :
• Criminal, constitutional, federal campus, and traffic laws and
• Interrogation and interviewing procedures;
• Campus and city geography;
• Student Right to Know Act/Cleary Act;
• Operation and procedures of fire and burglary alarm
• Residential housing rules.
• Problem resolution and community policing;
• Security computer systems;
• Crowd control at various events;
• Recognizing and reporting a medical emergency;
• Communication, as applied to interaction with coworkers,
supervisor, the general public, etc., sufficient to exchange or
convey information and to receive work direction.
Hours of Work
Schedule will vary
Up to 20 hours per week
Some nights, weekends and holidays may be required.
Open Until Filled