Director of Safety & Security/Campus Police Chief
Company: Enid Public Schools
Posted on: January 4, 2020
Director of Safety & Security/Campus Police Chief
8 hours per day, 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
- Must possess a valid Oklahoma driver's license
- Must be at least 21 years of age
- Must have a high school diploma or GED—Bachelor's Degree
- Must be CLEET Certified -- 10 years or more preferred
- No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude or domestic
- Must not have had a DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation
within last 5 years
- Must pass a background check
- Must be able to complete the Field Training Officer Program
- Have high principles, ethics and moral character
- Have excellent communication skills
- Must be able to work in a school setting
- Must qualify yearly with duty weapon
- Law enforcement leadership experience preferred
Reports To: Enid Public Schools Chief Operations Officer/CFO
Supervises: Campus Police Officers
Job Overview: Director of Safety and Security/Campus Police Chief
is directly responsible for supervising/evaluations the Campus
Police Officers and ensuring the safety and security of all Enid
Property on a daily basis. The Director of Safety and
Security/Campus Police is responsible for working directly with the
Enid Police Department in order to ensure we comply with the
Memorandum of Understanding between the two entities. The Director
of Safety and Security/Campus Police Chief will advise and provide
guidance to administrators at all levels concerning the Safety and
Security of Enid Public School property. As with the other Campus
Police Officers, the Chief of Police is responsible for the
protection of all life and property on all Enid Public School
District properties, using community-based policing to ensure the
safety and cooperation of the entire campus. This approach involves
developing and maintaining positive relationships with students,
faculty and staff members.
Essential Duties & Assignments
- Directly supervise the Campus Police Department and the Campus
Police Officers employed by the Campus Police Department
- Responsible for the creation/updating and administration of
Enid Campus Police Policies and Procedures.
- Communicate the needs of the Campus Police Department and any
identified Safety and Security deficiencies to the Chief of
Operations and follows up to ensure the necessary corrections have
- Receive complaints, assimilate information and file state
charges when appropriate
- Patrol District, with emphasis on all school sites
- Assist school administrators in resolving complaints from the
- Assist school administrative personnel in enforcement of school
rules, regulations, and policies
- Provide emergency law enforcement service within jurisdiction
as well as routine service.
- Provide a safe and secure learning environment
- Coordinate and provide security for special school activities,
sporting events, etc.
- Patrol all district facilities
- Maintain and control department equipment
- Provide input and ensure all Campus Safety and Security
measures are in place and they meet the requirements set forth in
- Monitor radio calls of surrounding law enforcement agencies in
regards to problems occurring near or at a school and respond
- Provide for campus safety by maintaining order, responding to
emergencies, protecting people and property, enforcing motor
vehicle and criminal laws, and promoting good community
- Record facts to prepare reports that document incidents and
- Monitor, note, report, and investigate suspicious persons and
situations, safety hazards, and unusual or illegal activity in
- Identify, pursue, and arrest suspects and perpetrators of
criminal acts. Review facts of incidents to determine if criminal
act or statute violations were involved.
- Render aid to accident victims and other persons requiring
first aid for physical injuries.
- Investigate traffic accidents and other accidents to determine
causes and to determine if a crime has been committed.
- Cooperate with other law enforcement officials.
- Perform periodic walk through inspections of facilities
including visual inspection of doors, landings, drop off zones and
- Coordinate emergency response programs between the school and
- Collaborate on safety policy and procedure development for the
- Serve as a member of the district school safety committee and
make recommendations as needed for safe and orderly schools.
- Prepare and maintain school safety and emergency response plans
and coordinate review/revision at least bi-annually.
- Participate in training and education to keep up with
- Identify grant and other funding opportunities to heighten and
increase school district safety.
- Perform any other duties as assigned by the Chief of
Operations, Superintendent of Schools and/or the School Board.
Responsibilities & Powers
As the Chief of Police, supervise and evaluate Campus police
officers as they perform general police duties, such as deterring
and preventing unlawful behavior, issuing citations, serving
warrants, apprehending offenders, making arrests, preserving crime
scenes, investigating crimes, conducting surveillance, and
testifying in court. The Chief of Police will ensure Campus Police
Officers, who have the authority to carry and use firearms to
perform their duties, qualify with their assigned weapons annually
and maintain all other CLEET certifications up to date.
As the Chief of Police, ensure that Campus Police Officers patrol
buildings, grounds, and facilities, and look out for criminal and
suspicious activity as well as for violations of laws, regulations,
policies, and rules. Ensure they also watch for unusual conditions
as well as for signs of fire and safety hazards.
Ensure that the Campus Police Officers write accurate and detailed
reports of their activities. For example, Campus police officers
are responsible for completing incident reports, and investigative
reports. Ensure the Campus Police Officers maintain records and
files about incidents, criminal records, and lost and found
Terms of Employment: Administrative Position – 12-Month Contract –
Work Environment: The work of a police officer is risky by its very
nature. While most of the work includes developing positive
relationships with students, law enforcement officials may face
threatening situations when responding to school safety concerns.
Duties occur inside and outside of the school, and also include
coverage of some evening extracurricular activities.
Physical Requirements: While performing the duties of this job, the
employee is regularly required to talk and hear. This position is
very active and requires standing, walking, bending, kneeling,
stooping, crouching, crawling and climbing. The employee must
frequently lift and move items over 50 pounds. Specific vision
abilities required by this job include close vision, distance
vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and
ability to adjust focus.
Evaluation: In accordance with Board Policy and appropriate
procedural regulations. The Chief Operations Officer/CFO will be
responsible for completing the evaluation.
Salary Range: $55,000-$70,000 plus benefits. Exact salary will be
determined based on experience and qualifications.
Benefits: This position includes health insurance for the employee
that may be waived for additional salary and district-paid
The Responsibilities and Physical Requirements listed above
represent a summary of the essential functions of the job, which
the incumbent must be able to perform either with or without
reasonable accommodation. This job description does not necessarily
include all activities that the incumbent may be asked to perform.
Additional responsibilities, tasks, and other duties may be
assigned as needed. As an equal opportunity employer, Enid Public
Schools will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals
with disabilities the ability to perform their job
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