The Public Safety Officer performs general police work in protecting and maintaining the security of this institution and laws and ordinances. Applies knowledge of criminal and traffic laws to enforce violations within a limited geographical jurisdiction. Detects and deters crime with the ability to understand criminal activity and trends. Records the facts and prepares reports for case follow-up and court proceedings. Identifies community issues and participates in crime prevention activities.
North Carolina Office of State Personnel requires:
Graduation from high school and certification as a law enforcement officer in accordance with the provision of the North Carolina criminal justice training and standards
Commission or the ability to achieve certification within one year of employment.
MUST BE AT LEAST 20 YEARS OLD.
Valid North Carolina Driver License required prior to being sworn in.
American Recovery & Reinvestment Act Funded:
University of North Carolina - 18 months ago
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