$25.98-$37.04 Hourly / $4,503.20-$6,420.27 Monthly / $54,038.40-$77,043.20 Yearly
Develops, implements, and coordinates educational and cooperative programs for citizens living in high crime residential areas; works with citizens living in high crime residential areas; works with citizens residing in selected areas and police officers who patrol these areas in order to gain an insight into crime and public safety problems; coordinates with local community and neighborhood civic organizations to promote a feeling of community responsibility, awareness, and cooperation; solicits suggestions from a variety of sources as to methods of alleviating crime and increasing public safety.
Advises the municipal police department, local community, civic organizations, and other citizens groups as to methods of improving neighborhood crime prevention and increasing public safety.
Conducts research into crime prevention and public safety programs currently in operation in other cities to determine their adaptability to selected neighborhoods; analyzes crime and related data concerning public safety hazards in selected high crime neighborhoods; works with officials in other communities in order to share information.
Compiles statistics, reference data, and other related records; correlates data and records to substantiate progress and prepares reports as required.
Performs related work as required.
Working knowledge of: research methods, principles, and practices related to crime prevention; municipal police organization, administration, and activities; modern community development, human relations, and crime prevention programs.
Some knowledge of: statistics.
Ability to: follow oral and written instructions and arrive at sound decisions independently in accordance with established rules and regulations; communicate with varied groups of citizens and civic organizations and speak effectively in public; accomplish independent research and study for completion of projects; establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, officials and the public; maintain records and prepare and submit clear, concise, and accurate reports both orally and in writing.