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Alternate job titles: Police Team Manager

Supervises a team of police sergeants and other law enforcement support staff. Responsible for officer assignments, patrol operations, and investigations. Prepares and reviews reports. Ensures all policies and procedures are followed. Coordinates in-service training, staff performance evaluation and development. Requires a bachelor's degree in criminal justice or closely related field. Typically reports to chief of police or police captain. Typically manages through subordinate managers and professionals in larger groups of moderate complexity. Provides input to strategic decisions that affect more...



Alternate job titles: Police or Sheriff's Patrol Sergeant

Responsible for supervising patrol officers and agents as assigned and maintaining the chain of command within the operations of the department. Responsible for developing training programs for department personnel, directing special units, preparing special reports or projects as assigned, receiving and reviewing reports from officers, and assigning personnel in accordance to specific needs. Requires a bachelor's degree in criminal justice and/or additional certifications and at least 5-7 years of law enforcement experience. Typically reports to Chief of Police, Captain, or Lieutenant. Manage more...


Alternate job titles: Sheriff/Police Chief | Deputy Sheriff

The Chief of Police responsibilities include police service planning, organizational development, personnel management, community policing, and community relations. Enforces the law on a town, city, or county level. Being a Chief of Police requires a bachelor's degree in criminal justice. May also be involved in administrative, financial/budgetary, and operations/labor relations tasks. In addition, Chief of Police typically reports to an elected official. The Chief of Police manages a departmental sub-function within a broader departmental function. Creates functional strategies and specific o more...


Alternate job titles: Police Patrol Officer | Police or Sheriff's Patrol Officer | Policeman

The Police Officer is responsible for responding to calls, taking necessary action at the scene of crime or disturbance, conducting investigations, making arrests, testifying in court, and completing reports/forms and routine paperwork. Responsible for patrolling an assigned area to prevent and discover crime and to enforce regulations. Being a Police Officer typically reports to a Police Sergeant. Requires an associate's degree in criminal justice and/or additional certifications and at least 12 to 18 months of law enforcement experience. Working as a Police Officer typically requires 2 to 4 more...



Alternate job titles: Private Detective | Private Investigator | Surveillance Investigator

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Alternate job titles: Criminal Justice Records Clerk

Maintains the records filing system and/or database used to manage, access, and preserve electronic and paper records of criminal justice activities. Assists in providing accurate and clear information to public and other departments. May perform other clerical duties including taking photographs, fingerprints, and answering telephone inquiries. Typically requires a high school diploma or its equivalent. Typically reports to police sergeant or police lieutenant. Possesses a moderate understanding of general aspects of the job. Works under the close direction of senior personnel in the function more...


Alternate job titles: Police Lieutenant

The Police Team Manager is responsible for officer assignments, patrol operations, and investigations. Supervises a team of police sergeants and other law enforcement support staff. Being a Police Team Manager ensures all policies and procedures are followed. Prepares and reviews reports. In addition, Police Team Manager coordinates in-service training, staff performance evaluation and development. Requires a bachelor's degree in criminal justice or closely related field. Typically reports to chief of police or police captain. The Police Team Manager typically manages through subordinate manag more...


Alternate job titles: Chief of Police | Deputy Sheriff

Enforces the law on a town, city, or county level. Responsibilities include police service planning, organizational development, personnel management, community policing, and community relations. May also be involved in administrative, financial/budgetary, and operations/labor relations tasks. Requires a bachelor's degree in criminal justice. Typically reports to an elected official. Manages a departmental sub-function within a broader departmental function. Creates functional strategies and specific objectives for the sub-function and develops budgets/policies/procedures to support the functi more...


Alternate job titles: Campus Police Officer | Campus Public Safety and Security Officer

The School Police Officer responds to requests for assistance and emergencies. Conduct patrols on campus to ensure security of buildings, students and staff. Being a School Police Officer investigates crimes. Enforces vehicle and traffic regulations. In addition, School Police Officer may conduct educational activities related to safety and crime prevention. Typically require Associate's degree in criminal justice. May require POST(Peace Office Standards and Training) certification. Typically reports to Police Supervisor. Gains exposure to some of the complex tasks within the job function. Occ more...


Alternate job titles: Law Enforcement Property and Evidence Clerk | Property/Evidence Technician

The Police Property Specialist prepares records of articles according to chain of custody procedures and maintains evidence database. Receives, records, stores, and safeguards evidence collected from crime investigations. Being a Police Property Specialist maintains storage facility and coordinates proper disposal of sensitive materials including narcotics, bio-hazardous materials, firearms, and explosives. Releases property or evidence being retained to designated party for court presentation or other disposition. In addition, Police Property Specialist typically requires a high school diplom more...


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