Campus Police Sergeant
Perform patrol duties of the police sergeant
Be responsible for supervising a squad of police officers, security staff or any other supervisory role at the discretion of the Chief of Police or his designee. Incumbents have arrest powers and are required to be commissioned law officers under the regulations of the State of Washington
Assign duties; train and supervise campus police officers assigned to a shift or squad; advise, counsel, and recommend disciplinary and other personnel actions
Evaluate performance of subordinates to determine training requirements and deficiencies
Assist in development and conduct of training programs for campus police
Investigate complaints of disturbance, accidents, stolen property, or criminal activity; conduct internal investigations as assigned
Patrol campus buildings and grounds on foot or by vehicle to maintain security
Issue citations for violations of campus regulations, local, state, and federal laws
Write reports covering activity of squad or shift assigned; review and correct reports of subordinate officers
May perform duties of other Sergeant positions as needed
High school graduation or equivalent
· Possession of a valid driver's license
· Two years of work experience as a police officer or equivalent.
· No previous felony convictions.
· U.S. citizenship may be required.
A Bachelor's Degree in Police Science may substitute for one year of required experience.
Must be a commissioned State of Washington law enforcement officer or have the ability to become commissioned within 12 months of employment.
· Knowledge of the principles and procedures of modern police science and administration.
· Knowledge of all applicable local, state, and federal laws and court decisions.
· Knowledge in research, developing and writing police policies.
· Ability to successfully communicate and work with citizens and coworkers with diverse backgrounds, goals, and agendas.
· Possess and demonstrate integrity and high personal standards of conduct.
· Ability to prepare and effectively present both oral and written information concerning the activities and operations within the department.
· Ability to maintain confidentiality on sensitive cases and/or projects.
· Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisors, university officials, other governmental authorities, the media, and the public.
· Proficient in the use of computers, applicable software, emailing, and scheduling programs.
· Flexible and available to work evenings, weekends, holidays as needed.
Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration.
3939 15th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105
Please refer to link for application process.
If not, please contact Deputy Chief Elmore for information on how to apply.