Chief of Police (Job Announcement) Prairie View A&M #jobs #hbcu #hbcujobs

Chief Of Police

FLSA Exempt
Min Salary or Wage N/A
Mid Salary or Wage N/A
Required Education Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Science, Psychology, or Law Enforcement
Required Experience Seven years of related experience as a Certified Peace Officer including at least five years of law enforcement management experience at the rank of Lieutenant or at least five years of related experience in law enforcement at an institution of higher education
Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge of word processing, spreadsheet, and database applications. Knowledge of the criminal justice system. Knowledge of information required by State and Federal governments. Knowledge of employee background checks, principles, and practices of public administration and modern management methods.
Ability to multitask and work cooperatively with others. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively to ensure understanding. Effective verbal and written communication skills. Strong public speaking, leadership, and management skills. Ability to plan, organize, and direct the work of others. Ability to gather, correlate, and analyze information and devise solutions to administrative problems. Ability to work with sensitive information and maintain confidentiality. Ability to work in a high stress environment.
Physical Requirements – None.
Required Certification(s)/Licensure(s) Intermediate, Advanced, or Master Peace Officer Certification from Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education. Certified in Texas Law Enforcement Telecommunication System (TLETS) and CPR. National Incident Management System (NIMS) training certification. Law Enforcement Leadership training, weapons, radar, and baton certifications. Valid driver’s license.

Department Information

Department Name Office of Auxiliary Services
Department Location Central Receiving builiding

Position Information

Posting Title Chief Of Police
Preferred Education Master’s degree or higher degree in Criminal Justice, Psychology or related field.
Preferred Experience Requirements Seven or more years experience in law enforcement management in a higher education environment.
Preferred Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities At least five years of related experience in law enforcement at an institution of higher education at the rank of Lieutenant or higher.
Preferred Licenses/Certifications Master Peace Officer Certification from Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education.
Posting Number S00564JP
Posting Summary The University Police Department takes the lead in providing a safe environment for the university community by protecting life and property by deterring and detecting crime, reporting fires and safety hazards and controlling traffic on campus. The Chief of Police reports directly to the Vice President of Auxiliary Services. This position serves as the senior law enforcement officer for PVAMU and supervises, plans, directs, coordinates and implements departmental goals, policies and procedures. The successful candidate will be expected to work closely with all departmental units to ensure the safety and welfare of all students, faculty, staff and visitors associated with the University through crime prevention, work with local law enforcement agencies and lead community police efforts.
Number of Vacancies
Open Date 01/27/2017
Close Date 02/28/2017
Open Until Filled No
Special Instructions to Applicant All required documents listed below are required to be attached to your application prior to the Close Date indicated above.

Please contact the Office of Human Resources on or before the closing date indicated above at 936-261-1730 or should you need assistance with the online application process. No further applicant documents will be accepted once the job posting has closed.

To be considered, even if you are a current or former employee, or current or former student of PVAMU, all required documents must be attached at the time your online application is submitted.

Special Requirements The Texas A&M University System (TAMUS) and its member institutions are now part of a standardized Pay Plan effective December 1, 2016. All job titles that were not a part of the TAMUS standardized pay are subject to change. Upon hire, the successful candidate will be notified of any changes in title and its specifics under the new pay plan.
Background Check Required Yes



Law Enforcement Officer (Job Announcement) Florida A&M #Jobs #HBCU #HBCUjobs

Law Enforcement Officer

Tallahassee, FL
Admin – Police and Public Safety
Full Time
TITLE: Law Enforcement Officer
LOCATION: Safety & Parking Services
PAY GRADE/SALARY RANGE: 52/ $34,176.00
DEADLINE DATE: 1/30/2017


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Must meet the requirements for Chapter 943, Florida Statutes. Must have one year of work experience and a valid driver’s license.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must have.

  • Knowledge of law enforcement principles and techniques;
  • Knowledge of criminal justice system;
  • Knowledge of crime prevention and control procedures;
  • Knowledge of arrest procedures;
  • Skill in using restraining devices;
  • Ability to work in dangerous and stressful situations;
  • Ability to understand and effectively apply emergency medical care techniques;
  • Ability to determine work priorities, assign work and ensure proper completion of work assignment; and
  • Ability to communicate verbally and in writing.

** Salary is based on educational requirements, experience and knowledge, skills and abilities.
Note: An official college transcript, diploma, or other educational documents must be submitted, where applicable, at the time of employment.


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Police Officer II (Job Announcement) Morgan State University #hbcu #jobs #hbcujobs


Department: Police and Public Safety

Hiring Salary $36,204 – $46,000
Closing Date Open Until Filled

Duties:  Protects life and property at Morgan State University; enforces all rules and regulations set forth by the Morgan State University Board of Regents and the State of Maryland in accordance with the Maryland Annotated Code of Laws; patrols designated areas to identify and report safety hazards, detect violations of laws and ordinances; identify wanted vehicles, persons, and unusual conditions; respond to calls for assistance and emergency service; take action as directed and assist in preliminary and follow-up investigations by interviewing and obtaining statements; assist in collecting and preserving evidence; assist in surveillance and in serving warrants and summons; assists in the apprehension, detention, and processing of violators; performs searches, detains vehicles and persons, and makes arrests when institutional is present; interacts with campus community and establishes rapport with public; operates a variety of communication equipment to obtain, report, and verify information; prepares and completes a variety of detailed reports and forms to support investigations; assists in the preparation of cases; appears and testifies in court; directs traffic; operates and utilizes a variety of law enforcement equipment, e.g., self-defense tools and criminal detection devices; performs other duties, as required.

Minimum Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED; Possession of a valid Maryland Class C or equivalent driver’s license; satisfactory completion of a Maryland Police Academy program and successful completion of a Police Field Training program; certification as a sworn Police Officer recognized by the Maryland Police Training Commission.

Requirements: Knowledge of citizens’ rights and responsibilities; knowledge of federal, state, and local laws and ordinances; skill in detecting situations that imperil public safety; skill in operating emergency vehicles under all conditions; skill in the care and use of firearms, self-defense tools, and criminal detection devices; ability to communicate effectively; ability to operate two way radios and telephones in  a variety of environments; ability to apply knowledge, experience, and reason to arrive at prompt and effective decisions for both routine and critical situations; ability to show sensitivity in interactions with a diverse population; ability to maintain composure and demonstrate restraint in stressful and dangerous situations; ability to lift, drag, and carry heavy objects; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships; ability to follow directions; ability to provide guidance and training to others; ability to respond to emergency situations requiring physical stamina and force; ability to enter and exit vehicles frequently and quickly; ability to work in and wear personal protective equipment; ability to conduct preliminary and follow-up investigations.

To Apply:  Send letter of interest indicating Job # 2012-098, a Morgan State University Application for Employment, and three names of references with telephone numbers to: Morgan State University, Office of Human Resources, 1700 East Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore, Maryland 21251 or you may e-mail your information to



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Patrol Officer (Job Announcement) Tuskegee Univ

Patrol Officer–TUSKEGEE UNIVERSITY (Tuskegee, Alabama)

The primary responsibility of all persons assigned to this position is to support the instructional mission of the University and to promote positive student and customer relations; safeguard lives and property by enforcing federal, state, and local laws; and enforce University regulations on campus.


  • Issue traffic citations and arrest warrants
  • Respond to calls regarding disputes and advise subjects regarding appropriate behavior
  • Effect arrests and transport to jail
  • Patrol assigned areas and investigate incidents
  • Conduct investigations as required; submit reports to supervisor of infractions of University rules and regulations, state laws, and city and county ordinances
  • Direct vehicle and pedestrian traffic and enforce parking and traffic rules and regulations
  • Respond to emergency situations and assist local police agencies as necessary
  • Provide crowd and traffic control during sporting events and other special events
  • Attends required annual training seminars


  • Perform other related duties as assigned


  • High School diploma from an accredited institution recognized by APOST or GED
  • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • Must be able to pass departmental mental and physical tests prior to employment
  • Certification as a Peace Officer within 6 months of employment
  • Must possess a valid Alabama Driver’s license
  • Ability to administer CPR or First Aid
  • Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and written
  • Must have good interpersonal skills (needed to communicate with faculty, staff, students, and the public)
  • Ability to monitor fire and motion systems
  • Knowledge of technical law enforcement jargon and radio 10-codes
  • Ability to operate emergency equipment
  • Ability to recognize safety, security, or health hazards
  • Ability to document investigations
  • Must be a team player


  • Exposure to inclement weather and unpredictable crisis situations.

Range $26,000 – $30,000 ($12.50-$14.43 hourly rate)
40 hours per week