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Police Officer (Temporary/Substitute) 2MiraCosta CollegeFor full details and to apply, go to of Assignment: Assignment Category: Temporary Assignment Position Details:MiraCosta College is building a pool of temporary/substitute police officers.Assignments are part-time/on call/as needed, with working hours anytime between 7 a.m. and 11 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays at any district facility.Salary Range: 26Compensation: $34.79 per hour (range 26, step 1).Employees must make arrangements for the direct deposit of paychecks into the financial institution of their choice, via electronic fund transfer.Benefits:Short-term, temporary employees may be eligible for Healthy Families Sick Leave, and enrollment in a retirement system.Position Term in Months: $TermApplication Procedure:In order to be considered for this position, you must submit the following documents directly in the online system and finish applying and receive a confirmation number:1. Application on which you list all relevant experience.2. Cover letter.3. Photocopy of your California P.O.S.T. Basic Law Enforcement Academy Certificate, or Basic Certificate, or Requalification Course Certificate, or Basic Course Waiver – attach this document to the “Certificate/License 1” link.Offer of employment to the persons selected for these assignments is contingent upon the following:1. Be a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident alien who is eligible and has applied for citizenship (per California Government Code 1031a).2. Be at least 21 years of age.3. Be fingerprinted for purposes of searching local, state, and national fingerprint files to disclose any conviction information (per California Government Code 1031c).4. Proof of eligibility to work in the United States.5. Successful completion of a pre-placement physical exam at district expense and submission of a current, negative tuberculosis (TB) test clearance.6. Fulfillment of the minimum qualifications, licenses and other requirements listed in this job posting.Retired STRS members are not eligible for this position.Basic Function:Under general supervision, perform a wide variety of peace officer duties involving the protection of life and property, enforcement of laws and ordinances, emergency preparedness, crime prevention and suppression, and providing information and assistance to students and the public; may provide investigative or training support, as assigned; and perform related duties as assigned.Distinguishing Characteristics:Essential Duties & Responsibilities:The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to this class.1. Patrol assigned areas on any district campuses and properties by foot, bicycle and emergency vehicle to enforce state and federal laws and district rules and regulations pertaining to public safety, asset protection and campus security; inspect the security of facilities and prevent the entry of unauthorized persons on grounds or in buildings.2. Respond to routine and emergency calls for service; as a first responder, interview and take appropriate action such as performing first aid or CPR to assist crime victims; activate the Incident Command System (ICS) as needed.3. Enforce federal, state and local laws and ordinances, issue verbal warnings and citations; pursue and apprehend suspects and request assistance as required; arrest and detain suspects; place disruptive or disturbed individuals in mental health holds per Section 5150 of the Welfare and Institutions Code or remove from campus and/or district property and refer for administrative action; record and document incidents in patrol logs.4. Investigate traffic accidents and provide traffic and crowd control as necessary; coordinate crime scene control and assist with preliminary investigations, including locating and inter-viewing witnesses, collecting and cataloging evidence, and detaining or arresting individuals violating laws, rules and regulations; coordinate with other local law enforcement agencies; prepare reports including arrest reports, criminal citation notices-to-appear and property evidence reports; testify as a witness in court.5. Work closely with other law enforcement agencies; perform follow-up investigations of cases initiated by the Oceanside Police Department and the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department; contact and liaison with probation officers, case workers and others involved with juvenile offenders; respond to mutual aid requests of allied law enforcement agencies during disasters, emergencies and/or incidents that are of local or regional significance; participate in cooperative enforcement activities with allied law enforcement agencies such as DUI check¬points and traffic safety initiatives. 6. Perform directed patrol activities to support motorist and pedestrian safety; conduct investigations of non-injury traffic collisions in accordance with State-Wide Integrated Traffic Reporting System (SWITRS) guidelines; issue citations for non-compliance with parking permits, vehicle registrations, parking regulations and/or violations of the California Vehicle Code; ensure parking lots and roadways are clearly marked and maintained.7. Maintain, inspect and qualify with department-issued firearms and other department-issued weapons and equipment including Tasers, impact weapons and oleoresin capsicum (OC) spray, handcuffs, handheld radios, and video and audio recording devices in accordance with department policy; participate in monthly firearms training activities.8. Attend ongoing and periodic training on the law, police procedures, defensive tactics, report writing and other topics to keep knowledge and skills current.9. In the event of disaster, supervise the distribution of emergency operational equipment and implement and monitor emergency procedures.Other Duties:1. Control and/or direct traffic during emergency and non-emergency situations, special events and other situations during which traffic congestion occurs; maintain orderly control of large crowds.2. Register college-affiliated sex offenders pursuant to Sections 290 and 290.4 of the California Penal Code and the Sexual Offender Act and disseminate information to appropriate district authorities as needed; accept and record domestic violence restraining orders and/or civil harassment orders pertaining to members of the campus community.3. Perform related duties as assigned.As Assigned – Detective4. Conduct criminal investigations of suspected crimes and ongoing criminal activities; locate and interview suspects, victims, witnesses and other involved parties; conduct research using online, justice department and departmental resources; conduct crime scene investigations of active and cold crime scenes.5. Prepare criminal cases for presentation to the District Attorney’s office for filing consideration. 6. Write a variety of reports including crime reports, investigative reports, interview transcripts and other reports that may be used in criminal court cases; prepare and request search warrants. As Assigned – Background Investigator7. Once qualified, may serve as a Background Investigator for peace officer, dispatcher, campus aide and student workers assigned to the Police Department; prepare and submit investigative reports describing the qualifications of candidates for service with the Police Department in accordance with Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) guidelines and requirements; coordinate selection and screening activities for Police Department candidates including structured interviews and polygraph and psychological examinations.As Assigned – Field Training Officer8. Provide day-to-day lead work direction to other sworn and civilian Police personnel on an assigned shift; assign and monitor work to ensure conformance with district and legal/regulatory requirements and standards; provide information, instruction and training on work procedures and legal/regulatory requirements; provide input to Police Sergeants on employee work performance and behaviors.9. Schedule and ensure mandatory training is completed to meet established deadlines; may provide training on patrol procedures, POST Field Training Guidelines and other topics; maintain and recommend updates to the Department Policy and Procedures Manual under the direction of the Chief of Police.As Assigned – Firearms Instructor/Rangemaster10. Test and maintain individual officer qualification records, shooting scores and range activities; acquire, store, inventory and issue ammunition and weapons; maintain firing range and related facilities.Knowledge Of:1. Methods of safeguarding human lives and maintaining safety utilizing patrol, surveillance and investigation techniques.2. California Penal and Vehicle Codes, applicable municipal code and other laws, ordinances, codes and regulations applicable to assigned responsibilities.3. Laws governing arrests and elements of misdemeanor and felony crimes.4. Principles and practices of community-oriented policing.5. Criminal and traffic collision investigative techniques.6. Legal rights of citizens, probable cause and proper methods and procedures for searching, warning, citing, detaining and arresting individuals found in violation of ordinances or laws.7. Care, cleaning, safe handling and use of a firearm.8. The proper use of non-lethal force utilizing a baton, pepper spray, TASER, etc.9. Methods and procedures for effective report writing; correct English usage, grammar, spelling and punctuation.10. State laws, rules and regulations relating to privacy….. click apply for full job detailsTracking

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