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Police Officer # 578 -Continuous Filing at Stockton Unified School District

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About the Employer

Stockton Unified School District (SUSD) began providing services to students in 1852 and is located in the heart of California’s Central Valley near the banks of the San Joaquin River. SUSD is the 17th largest school district in California, whereby 38,000 PK-12th grade students come to us to experience an academic journey that leads to high school graduation and success in college, careers, and as actively-engaged community members. The District also serves a number of adults through our Stockton School For Adults. SUSD is made up of thirty-seven Head Start classes, fifty-three state preschool classes, three First 5 preschool classes, forty-one K-8 schools, four comprehensive high schools, three small high schools, an alternative high school, a special education school, a school for adults, and five dependent charter schools. Our district mission is to graduate every single youth college, career, and community ready. Stockton Unified School District is dedicated to providing high-quality first instruction, rigorous curriculum, and supporting academic achievement and social-emotional development supported by Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS). The District's work is guided by three focal goals: • Every child by the end of third grade will read and comprehend at the proficient level. • Every child will have access to high quality, rigorous first instruction. • Every child, by the end of 12th grade, will graduate and be college, career, and community ready.

Job Information

Date Posted: 6/18/2019 Application Deadline: 12/31/2019 11:55 PM Pacific
Employment Type: Full Time Length of Work Year: 12 month work year
Salary: $4,813 - $6,773 per month Number Openings: (At time of posting) Not Specified
Contact: Eva Binder Email: ebinder@stocktonusd.net
Phone: 933-7065 2108
Location:: SUSD Police Department
Job Description / Essential Elements: Print   

DEFINITION

Perform the normal functions that are consistent with the school police authority as authorized in section 830.32 of the California Penal Code, and 39670 et seq. of the Education code, on an assigned campus or large geographical area of the school district to protect life and property; may respond to alarms and other calls for service, and performs a variety of non-complex criminal investigations and protective service duties; responsible for completing crime and information reports; makes arrests as required by law; and may perform other related duties as assigned.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED

Receive general supervision from Police Officer II and/or Police Sergeant, and receives direction of the Chief of Police. Exercises no direction and/or supervision over others employees.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES - Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Handle all calls for police service for criminal acts occurring on district property including bus transportation

  • Provide traffic/crowd control for accidents, start/end of school and other special functions, along with enforcing the District traffic and parking regulations

  • Maintain visibility by patrolling campuses during an assigned calls; marks and tags abandoned autos for removal from district sites

  • Conduct non-complex criminal investigation, complete reports, and make arrests as required by law, may also assist Police Officer II with complex investigation

  • Deliver emergency and non-emergency messages

  • Maintain notes and basic records of work performed

  • Transport evidence and other items to outside agencies and person

  • Photograph and fingerprint individuals as assigned

  • Meet with neighborhood groups to assist in crime prevention at school sites, and reduce youth gang activity on district sites

  • Perform selective enforcement for designated problems

  • Serve warrants and civil papers

  • Attend court hearings, and trials as required

  • Perform related duties as required

Qualifications 

Knowledge of:

  • Applicable Federal, state and local laws

  • Basic law enforcement organizations, activities, terminology and regulations

  • Basic interviewing methods and principles

  • Crowd and traffic control techniques used to maintain public safety

  • Safe working procedures and safety regulations related to job performance

  • General office practices and the operation of standard office equipment, including a computer

  • Basic record keeping principles and practices

Ability to:

  • Conduct effective campus or site meetings to educate the students and staff in crime prevention methods and principles

  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work

  • Prepare, maintain, file and index a variety of reports, records and other written materials

  • Interpret, apply and explain a variety of ordinances, and rules

  • Follow oral and written directions

  • Interact and communicate with juveniles and adults in an academic setting 

Education, Training and Experience:

Any combination of education, training and experience equivalent to:

Completion of the twelfth (12) grade, supplemented by the completion of a approved basic police academy that would lead to a basic POST certificate, to have been completed within the past three (3) years.  Preferably one (1) year experience with a California law enforcement agency as either a student service officer, community service officer, or police officer.

Licenses and Certificates:

Possession of valid California driver's license, certificates for Mace, Baton, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation. First Aid and certificate of completion from a Basic POST approved Police Academy is required and are to be submitted with application.

 



 

 

 

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

Interested applicants must submit a letter of interest, a completed classified online application and a current resume. Desired Qualifications; * Experience working with children, students or youth organizations * Ties to the community * Experience or interest in school policing

Qualifications: Any combination of education, training and experience equivalent to: Completion of the twelfth (12) grade, supplemented by the completion of an approved basic police academy that would lead to a basic POST certificate to have been completed within the past three (3) years. Preferably one (1) year experience with a California law enforcement agency as either a student service officer, community service officer, or police officer. See job description for more details on qualifications.



      Interested applicants must submit a letter of interest, a completed classified online application and a current resume. Desired Qualifications; * Experience working with children, students or youth organizations * Ties to the community * Experience or interest in school policing

      Qualifications: Any combination of education, training and experience equivalent to: Completion of the twelfth (12) grade, supplemented by the completion of an approved basic police academy that would lead to a basic POST certificate to have been completed within the past three (3) years. Preferably one (1) year experience with a California law enforcement agency as either a student service officer, community service officer, or police officer. See job description for more details on qualifications.

          Comments and Other Information

          Must be able to successfully complete and pass the law enforcement hiring standards, which includes a polygraph examination, psychological examination and an extensive background investigation.Must be successful in meeting the qualification standards required to have access to the national and State of California confidential law enforcement databases.

          Comments and Other Information


          Must be able to successfully complete and pass the law enforcement hiring standards, which includes a polygraph examination, psychological examination and an extensive background investigation.Must be successful in meeting the qualification standards required to have access to the national and State of California confidential law enforcement databases.

           


          Application Deadline

          12/31/2019 11:55 PM Pacific

          Date Posted

          6/18/2019

          Contact

          Eva Binder
          933-7065 2108

          Number of Openings

          Not Specified

          Salary

          $4,813 - $6,773 per month

          Length of Work Year

          12 month work year

          Employment Type

          Full Time

          Location::

          SUSD Police Department