Public Safety Supervisor

University of North Carolina at Pembroke


SkillsPublic Speaking
Driver’s License
Law Enforcement
Effectively performs investigations: Conducts investigation of misdemeanors and less serious felonies, properly submits evidence/property for review/storage; photograph/otherwise document crime/collision scenes; manage property storage and/or release; conducts interviews to obtain facts, statements within legal standards/time frames, beyond preliminary; establish facts supporting complaints/accused using supportive info/tangible evidence; self initiates investigation; manages crime scenes; process submission forms to SBI with minimal assistance; conducts investigation of major crimes, including special victims, murder, arson, sexual assault; applies for search warrants, coordinates assistance of other agencies and District Attorney’s Office; Maintains fifth and sixth amendment rights when interrogating; presents cases for adjudication and prosecution; reviews law enforcements records to obtain suspect info, obtains/analyzes information regarding suspects, crimes and incidents to bring cases to logical conclusion. Effectively enforces laws and policies and ensures proper detection and arrest: Processes felony arrests; determines appropriate response regarding violation of policy/code/law; serve as team leader for mass arrests; understands law, can interpret and apply amended legislation with minimal supervision; develop strategies for execution of serious/violent/complex arrest/search warrants. Demonstrate effective community policing functions: Provides information on community policing concepts; conducts community programs; investigates crimes in assigned area; conducts security surveys, recommendations, monitors and evaluates implementation; represents police perspective on committees; develops liaison with designated area; identifies crime trends/strategies trend disruption; develops comprehensive prevention strategies/coordinate program implementation. Demonstrate effective emergency management and medical response: Demonstrates specialized response techniques; acts under authority of mutual aid agreements; initiates. Incident Command: manages scene of non-criminal serious injury or accidental death; manage “active shooter” incident when assigned; coordinate information to agencies and assess results; assists with coordination multi-agency operations. Serves as the Incident Commander. Demonstrate effective police written and verbal communication skills and techniques: Effectively communicates policy/procedure to individuals within and external the department; demonstrates advanced professional/public writing skills; demonstrates advanced public speaking skills. Demonstrate compliance with departmental policy and procedures: Explains policy/procedures; assists with timely notifications/compliance with state/federal mandates; Thorough knowledge of policies and procedures; Assists with timely notifications/compliance with state/federal mandates; Identifies complex problems/review related information to develop solutions; Observes performance of less experienced police officers to make improvements or take corrective action. Demonstrate proper equipment maintenance: Demonstrate proper operations of the following equipment and can teach the operation to others; Taser, radar, digital and instamatic camera, portable breath test, narcotics identification kit, internet; Initiates serviceability of malfunctioning equipment; Demonstrates proficiency with internet and Excel; Demonstrates proficiency with investigative software; serves as equipment technician. Effectively perform general patrol duties and traffic management: Demonstrate knowledge of crime activities/trends; investigate traffic collisions with serious injuries; serves as criminal justice or other special instructor; serves as resource to other offices; investigates collisions with fatalities.
Job involves supervising, scheduling and provides oversight to educational programing and university investigations. The Detective Sergeant is required to complete all investigative reports and have the file readily available for the District Attorneys officer within (30) days after the arrest. Employees have full law enforcement authority and investigate criminal acts and follow through with the investigations to it culmination in criminal court and administrative hearings within a limited geographic jurisdiction. Work involves conducting investigations and responding to and investigation complaints or calls, and for detection of violation of state laws and applicable regulations. Conduct self initiate d security checks to protect people and property to include administrative buildings, classroom buildings an dormitories. Report and resolve criminal problems, safety concerns and other hazards. Detect and deter crime with ability to understand crime activities and trends and provide crime prevention presentations and recommendations. Use proper questioning techniques and interrogation skill to obtain information from witnesses victims and suspects. Establish and secure crime scenes and perform advanced processing of crime scene. Record facts and prepare reports to document preliminary and follow up investigations. Duties include apprehending observed violators committing offenses, collection and preservation of evidence and ensuring chain of custody, provide testimony in court proceedings as necessary, and performing related work. Properly execute search and arrest warrants and serve other criminal warrants, citations or summons. Investigate student conduct issues and testify as a witness at student hearings. use and maintain law enforcement equipment to include: firearms , baton, pepper spray, radios, emergency lights, siren, mobile data terminal and other relate equipment. Serve as a lead investigator and the ability to act as a team leader under incident command. Position may require shift, weekend, holiday and overtime work.

This position is Mandatory Personnel – Mandatory Employees: Employees whose presence has been determined to be mandatory to University operations during certain types of adverse weather or emergency events.

Management Preference
Four years’ experience as a Police officer investigator preferred. Crime Scene Investigation, Community Oriented Policing accompanied with Strong presentation/speaking Skills. Police Law Institute, Crime scene investigation, Property and evidence management. First Line Supervision and Field training Officer.

Lic or Certification required by statute or regulation
North Carolina Drivers License. North Carolina Basic Law Enforcement Certification required.

Posting Information
Job Opening Date 11/21/2018
Job Closing Date 12/05/2018
Posting Category Protective Services
Posting Number SPA00210
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Special Instructions to Applicants
This position is subject to the successful completion of an employment background check. An employment background check includes a criminal background check, employment verification, reference checks, license verification (if applicable) and credit history check (if applicable).

In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification form upon hire.

New employees are paid only by direct deposit to the financial institution of their choice. Candidates claiming Veterans Preference must attach a copy of their DD-214 as a part of the online application process.

The final candidate is required to produce a sealed copy of their original transcript for the highest degree that they have received. If licenses or certifications are required for the position, these licenses / certifications must be produced on the first day of work.

Per the requirements of the Clery Act of 1998, the Campus Security Report can be found at:

UNC Pembroke is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The University prohibits discrimination against qualified individuals based on their status as protected veterans or individuals with disabilities, and prohibits discrimination against all individuals based on their age, race, color, genetic information, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin. UNC Pembroke is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor and seeks priority referrals of protected veterans for our openings.

Applicants needing assistance with or who have questions about the application process are asked to contact Joanne McMillan, HR Consultant for Employment at (910) 521-6279 or
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