Police Officer

Case Western University

Police Officer

The campus police officer is responsible for providing law enforcement and protection services to the campus community.

Patrol assigned geographic area of campus by foot, designated vehicle or bicycle. Respond to medical, fire and criminal emergencies. (30%)

Enforce federal, state, local laws and ordinances as well as university policies as required through arrest, summons, citation or other approved disposition. (20%)

Prepare written reports for activities such as criminal and non-criminal incidents and daily shift activity. Testify in court. (20%)

Maintain security of university property (15%)

Provide security for university events. Other duties as assigned by ranking officers. (11%)

Experience: 2 years of related experience required.

Education/Licensing/Certification: High school education or equivalent required. Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy (OPOTA) certification required. Must be 21 years of age at time of application. Possess a valid Ohio driver’s license, free of serious and/or frequent violations.

Case Western Reserve University is committed to Equal Opportunity and Diversity.



To apply for this job please visit www.case.edu.

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