$31.72-$51.51 Hourly / $5,498.13-$8,928.40 Monthly / $65,977.60-$107,140.80 Yearly
Investigates criminal complaints reported occurring in assigned schools; conducts accident and criminal investigations on the scene.
Inspects establishments suspected of contributing to school crime for the purpose of detecting conditions of prostitution, vice or gambling.
Interrogates students who have been arrested; interviews necessary persons to elicit information regarding crimes involving students; prepares court cases and appears in court as a prosecution witness.
Develops a friendly relationship with students and parents; counsels students and parents on both school related and personal problems; refers students and parents to an appropriate social agency for help if necessary.
Assists in locating missing or wanted students; assists in the recovery of stolen school property; performs routine patrol or other duties when necessary.
Maintains necessary records; prepares reports; makes crime prevention presentations.
Performs work related to purposes of the Police Department as required.
Working knowledge of: police rules, regulations, laws and ordinances; modern police investigative methods and techniques; sociology and psychology; problems experienced by juveniles and the solutions to those problems.
Ability to: write clear, concise, timely and accurate reports; establish and maintain effective working relationships with departmental officials, other police officers, school officials, students, parents, and the general public; act calmly, objectively and quickly in emergencies.
Skill in: the use and care of firearms and other standard police equipment.