Reports violations of Federal, State, and Local criminal laws and ordinances, and assists school officials with the administering of education and administrative regulations regarding student conduct.
Prevents juvenile delinquency through close contact with students and school personnel.
Patrols campus area on foot, checking for fires, vandalism, suspicious activity or persons, safety/fire hazards and reports circumstances to appropriate unit for correction or follow-up actions.
Provides direct supervision to a team of Community Service Officers who is responsible for the safety and security function at the Charter School campus.
Investigates and reports hazards, unusual or suspicious circumstances to University of Chicago Charter School leadership at each campus, as well as to campus police unit for correction or follow-up actions; maintains contact with campus police.
Acts as a liaison between school personnel and students.
Investigates criminal activity committed on or adjacent to school property.
Receives training in Crisis Intervention and De-Escalation and utilizes these skills as appropriate.
Assists school administration and faculty in formulating safety and violence prevention programs, including participation in the formulation of Annual Emergency Management Plans, Lockdown Plans, and other similar procedures; and including participation in any Campus Committees concerning safety and security issues, including identifying training needs for security and other personnel on an ongoing basis
Participates in Parent Association (PA) meetings as requested.
Participates in and provides security for campus activities, student organizations, and athletic events when invited and feasible.
Assists any persons in building or grounds needing direction or campus information.
Escorts people/property to the desired destination when money, documents or safety of property or persons is a concern.
Responds to alarms and dispatched calls; decides what actions to take based on the situation, facts known and position limitations.
Decides when an incident requires a written report, decides which report form to use and submits to supervisor; may prepare other written reports as directed by supervisor.
Performs a variety of specialized and technical non-sworn law enforcement duties in support of the University of Chicago Police Department in the areas of patrol, community services, training, and other areas as assigned.
Respond to non-hazardous, non-emergency and other calls for service instead of a police officer, such as lost property, requests for safety escorts, building close procedures, and motorist assistance. Write reports documenting calls for service and prepare other written correspondence.
Provides traffic control as necessary including school dismissal periods, special events, and unusual occurrences.
Provides information and assistance to the general public; answer citizen inquiries and respond to complaints and requests for services. Provides information to students, faculty, staff, and visitors.
Provides support with administrative functions in support of the Department and assist with projects as needed.
Maintains various logs and records; gathers information and prepares routine reports an assigned.
Inputs and retrieves a variety of information using a computer.
Provides safety presentations to the Charter School community.
Openly supports the mission and vision of the Department of Safety and Security.
Assists students, faculty, staff, and visitors whenever needed and works to maintain a safe and secure environment for the entire School Community.
Patrols campuses on foot and inspects hallways, stairways, and all other public areas for fire/safety hazards.Â Reports any unusual condition or malfunctioning equipment.
Routinely provides escort service upon request. Attends court or other legal proceedings to provide details of specific incidents.
In conjunction with the University Police Department, assists with investigations of all criminal and suspicious occurrences on school campuses and act/reports same.
Oversees the visitor management function.
In the event of emergencies, requests emergency services assistance and obtains necessary information, and notifies appropriate personnel giving nature and location of the incident.Â Evacuate persons from dangerous areas, secure buildings or areas, and assist in disaster situations.
Assists in conducting fire and other security-related drills.
Observes activity and traffic in the assigned area to enforce university rules/regulations; alerts visitors of infractions; removes unwanted or disruptive visitors from university property; develops safety plans for school events; ensure proper staffing.
Works with guidance counselors and other student support staff to assist and provide services to students involved in situations where referrals to service agencies are necessary.
Employees in these positions are designated as âœessential staff.â Essential staff members are required to report to work to ensure that University operations continue uninterrupted during emergencies, inclement weather, or conditions that require the University of Chicago to close or restrict operations.Â Essential staff may be required to report for an unscheduled shift and work more than his/her regularly scheduled hours.
Provides assistance to patients, visitors, staff and employees, including escort services, upon request.
Checks incoming personnel and visitors after hours. Enforces photo ID policy and parcel inspection policy along with other hospital policies.
Performs other related work as needed.
Security and/or law enforcement.
Working in an elementary or high school (K-12) environment.
Working in a university environment.
National Certification with the National Association of School Resource Officers Training (NASRO).
Develop and maintain a comprehensive knowledge of Charter School layouts, operations, departmental relationships, building access routes, and administrative and departmental policy and procedure.
Learn the practices and procedures involved in public safety communications, technology, and operate radio/telephone receiving and transmitting equipment.
Learn the geography of the University, the jurisdictional boundaries of the area served, and the location of streets and important buildings.
Work under stress and exercise sound judgment in emergency situations, adjusting quickly to changing situations.
Read, write, and effectively communicate in English.
Read and interpret maps.
Exposure to human blood, human blood components.
Outdoor weather exposure.
Requires use of personal protective equipment.
Aware of safety hazards and take appropriate precautions.
Communicate in writing.
Follow written and verbal instructions.
Handle sensitive matters with tact and discretion.
Handle stressful situations.
Learn and develop skills.
Maintain a high level of alertness.
Pay attention to detail.
React effectively, quickly, calmly, and rationally during conflicts and emergencies.
Ability to read.
Work with people from diverse cultures and backgrounds.
Active listening skills.
Bend, crouch, or stoop
Climb stairs five stories or more
Hear, including making fine discriminations in sound
Operate a vehicle safely
Operate equipment necessary to perform job
Perform strenuous physical exertion at times; run.
Safely defend self/or others in hostile, combative situations
See, including color, depth perception, or clarity
Sit for 4 hours or more
Stand for 4 hours or more
Travel to various on-campus locations
Use Standard Office Equipment
Use Standard Work Station Equipment
Effective audio-visual discrimination and perception
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The University of Chicago's Annual Security & Fire Safety Report (Report) provides information about University offices and programs that provide safety support, crime and fire statistics, emergency response and communications plans, and other policies and information. The Report can be accessed online at: securityreport.uchicago.edu. Paper copies of the Report are available, upon request, from the University of Chicago Police Department, 850 E. 61st Street, Chicago, IL 60637.
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