Campus Police Officer

Vance-Granville Community College


EducationHigh School Diploma or GED
SkillsMicrosoft Word
Driver’s License
BLS Certification
Microsoft Office
Essential Duties:

Maintains a working knowledge of general law enforcement, including but not limited to the general enforcement of the criminal laws of the State of North Carolina, and specific Campus Police and Security Department procedures.
Enforces state laws and college regulations; issues uniform citations; makes arrests as necessary; testifies in court when needed.
Responds and investigates reports of criminal acts; completes all necessary forms submitted to local authorities and other agencies.
Processes evidence, confiscated and found property.
Works with school and community policing programs in an effort to solve problems that generate crime and to identify and solve safety and campus police and security issues
Enforces applicable North Carolina laws (Felony, misdemeanor and infraction).
Provides first aid and basic life support for emergencies that occur on campus. Investigates vehicle or on-the-job accidents; completes proper reports.
Conducts routine campus police and security patrols of buildings and grounds.
Processes crime scenes for incidents on campus by performing various duties such as photographs, fingerprints, etc.
Conducts follow-up investigations by performing such duties as questioning suspects and witnesses, completing reports, issuing warrants, etc.
Performs various public service and crime prevention duties such as responding to information requests, talking with students about personal safety.
Utilizes a variety of reports and forms such as vehicle registration, accident reports, crime reports, time sheets, technical reports, security reports, etc.
Communicates and interacts with a variety of groups and individuals such as students, immediate supervisors, faculty, staff, campus police and security officers, law enforcement officials, technicians, etc.
Operates a variety of machinery and equipment such as police department vehicles, computer, two-way radio, cellular phones, service weapon, siren, etc.
Remains alert for the presence of unauthorized persons on VGCC campuses.
Performs periodic checks of emergency red phones to ensure proper functioning; reports malfunctions as required.
May provide safe and efficient transportation to college employees and/or visitors, as requested, using an institutional vehicle.
Patrols and monitors assigned parking areas to provide public security and assistance.
Performs routine campus police and security duties in accordance with established Campus Police Department and Security Department guidelines. Locks and unlocks rooms on campus grounds as directed by established Campus Police Department and Security Department guidelines.
Regularly patrols assigned areas to ensure VGCC students and personnel are in a secure environment.
Warns violators of rule infractions.
Enforces college student code of conduct and investigates incidents when necessary. Conducts interviews involving incidents that occur on campus and writes incident reports.
Issues parking citations for violations.
Maintains high visibility and assists staff, students and visitors on campus with information and/or directions to various buildings or other campus locations.
Maintains specialized training and certifications that are required for approved and issued equipment.
Notifies appropriate personnel of any facility/campus repairs needed or problems identified while on duty (e.g. lights burned out, systems down, plumbing leaks, etc.).
Makes proper notifications and takes appropriate actions if a safety issue is discovered or reported (e.g. unsafe stairs, falling concrete, broken windows, etc.).
Provides security and escort services for visitors, students, staff, and faculty, as necessary; provides other public assistance, such as lockout services, jump-starts, and routine information.
Serves as First Responder to all campus emergencies, closely following emergency procedures in accordance with established Police and Security Department guidelines. Coordinates emergencies through the college’s Campus Police Department and Security Department Dispatch Center. Assists by directing emergency vehicles and providing on-scene assistance as directed by qualified personnel.
Has knowledge of federal, state and local laws and ordinances.
Has thorough knowledge of college rules, regulations and policies and procedures.
Has thorough knowledge of departmental directives.
Has considerable knowledge of court procedures.
Has considerable knowledge of the college’s campuses.
Is skilled in the use of all law enforcement equipment.
Performs other duties as assigned.
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Job Type: Full-time


Microsoft Office Word, Outlook and Excel.: 1 year (Required)
communication skills: 1 year (Required)

High school or equivalent (Required)

CPR /AED or be able to train for one (Required)
North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Stand (Required)
driver’s license (Required)
Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) (Required)

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