The Peace Officer provides effective safety and security for employees, patients, visitors and physicians by conducting various patrols and monitoring security surveillance devices to prevent illegal entry, fire, theft, acts of vandalism, and accidents.
The Peace Officer must maintain minimum standards of knowledge in the areas of the Ohio Criminal Justice system, private police standards and protocol, security, safety and fire protection through formal classroom experience, in-service training and Health Center and department policies and procedures.
Peace Officers are responsible for conducting investigations, generating logs and reports, maintaining effective communication techniques and providing assistance, when requested, to employees, visitors, patients and physicians.
Peace Officers must provide armed security of the Health Center while on patrol or at a post and they must meet state qualification standards to function in this capacity.
Peace Officers must maintain a private security officer license from the State, Department of Public Safety and a peace officer commission from the Governor’s office. Peace Officers must intervene and take action regarding any criminal activity on campus, which may include making an arrest or detaining individuals for the local police department.
This position reports directly to the shift Sergeant.
Minimum Qualifications: Education:
High School graduate or equivalent. Required Length and Type of Experience: Minimum of one year of security/ law enforcement experience. Required Licensure, Certification or Registry: Ohio Peace Officer Basic Certification (600+ hour).
Southwest General Health Center - 30+ days ago