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Police Aide Lead Duties and Responsibilities

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Purpose of Classification:

Schedules and leads work of assigned police aides in maintaining security and safety of people and property in assigned area of campus. Trains other police aides.

Distinguishing Characteristics:

This is second in a series of three classifications that support certified peace officers. It is distinguished from the Police Aide in that incumbents typically perform a wider variety of duties of greater complexity and diversity. Incumbents work relatively independently and exercise professional judgment within assigned function and lead other staff. Incumbents typically have a higher skill/experience level within assigned function and exercise more independence. It is distinguished from the Police Aide, Supervisor in that it does not have supervisory duties.

Examples of Duties:

  • Trains new personnel and contributes to performance evaluations of other staff.
  • Schedules shifts, shift coverage and oversees, coordinates and monitors work of Police Aides.
  • Coordinates activity with Room and Course Scheduling, building monitors and other campus departments.
  • Writes reports, proposals, policies; participates in group discussions, makes decisions and expresses point of view logically and clearly.
  • Patrols campus in marked department vehicles. May also patrol campus on foot or bicycle.
  • Daily patrolling of campus area checking for fires, vandalism, suspicious activity or persons, safety/fire hazards and reports circumstances to campus police unit for correction or follow up.
  • Locks and unlocks campus buildings.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Knowledge of basic security or police procedures.
  • Skill to lead the work of others.
  • Skill in observing situations and decision-making.
  • Skill in dealing courteously with public.
  • Ability to effectively communicate.

Minimum Qualifications:

One (1) year of experience as Police Aide or related security field; OR, Any equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved. Possession of a current Arizona Type D driver's license upon employment.


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