Be Part of UC! The University of
Cincinnati Police Division is hiring! UCPD is a fully empowered policing agency
that operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. All police officers are
certified by the State of Ohio and have full police authority. Our division
includes a K-9 Unit, a Criminal Investigations Unit, a Community Engagement
Unit, and a Training Section. Please visit http://www.uc.edu/publicsafety/police/recruitment.html
to view our video and discover more about UCPD!
Engage – Love sports? Work at a Division 1 athletic game. Love music?
Work at a performance put on by our internationally renowned College
Conservatory of Music. Love art? Spend some time in our College of Design, Architecture,
Art, and Planning. Love people? Work at a top-tier academic institution where
44,000 students strive daily to change the world. Our officers interact with
the campus community not only in cruisers and on foot, but also on motorcycles,
mountain bikes, and segways.
Flourish – UCPD is an agency that invests in our people. As one of the
largest employers in the region, the University of Cincinnati offers a generous
vacation and benefits package including a flexible schedule, tuition remission
for all eligible full and part-time employees, their dependents, and spouse or
domestic partner. Extensive state-of-the-art training programs and professional
development opportunities are available. A variety of retirement options are
offered including an opportunity to participate in a traditional pension plan
as well as optional supplemental retirement plans. Very cost-effective
healthcare and dental plan options are available accompanied by health savings
accounts, flexible spending accounts, and employee assistance programs.
Employee discounts are offered through numerous organizations including the
Campus Recreation Center, University Athletics, Cincinnati Ballet, Cincinnati
Zoo, Newport Aquarium, US Bank Arena, Cincinnati Bengals, and the University Bookstore.
Please visit www.uc.edu/hr/benefits
to discover all of the benefits offered.
Problem Solvers Wanted – Join one of the nation's leading universities and
make a positive impact in the lives of others. UC Police Officers work every
day to create a safe community, serving and protecting those who are poised to
change the world. If you are a problem solver who is passionate about serving
your community, apply now to join an organization where you can train and grow.
Diversity and Inclusion – This position will support the University's
mission and commitment to excellence and diversity in our students, faculty,
staff and all other activities. The University of Cincinnati embraces diversity
and inclusion as core values that empower individuals to transform their lives
and achieve their highest potential. By using talents of people from different
backgrounds, experiences and perspectives, this vibrant, urban research
university demonstrates its commitment to creating a community that values the
contributions of all its members.
Assist with department needs to achieve the goals and satisfy the
mission of the University of Cincinnati and Police Division. Provide a safe
environment for students, faculty and staff. Under close supervision from
higher level university law enforcement officer or supervisor, receive
instruction on purpose and responsibilities of university law enforcement
officer at state supported university with student population of over 40,000.
- Detain and arrest offenders
- Complete prisoner processing procedures
- Maintain and transport persons in custody
- Engage with citizens in crime reduction efforts through
effective communication efforts
- Engage in problem solving initiatives
- Execute civil processes
- Conduct professional radio and telephone communications
- Testify truthfully, completely, and honestly in court
- Write reports, take field notes, prepare narratives,
summaries and criminal case paperwork
- Conduct preliminary investigations
- Establish, preserve and protect crime scenes
- Conduct interviews
- Administer first aid
- Be a resource to pedestrians and motorists
- Collect and process evidence, lost and found
- Investigate suspicious persons and activity
- Conduct legally authorized searches of persons, places
- Conduct simple to complex investigations
- Identify problem-solving initiatives to address crime
- Work with other agencies to address community concerns
- Conduct surveillance of individuals and locations
- Engage in self-initiated patrol
- Responsible intelligence gathering and disseminate
- Search with consent, warrants, or incident to a lawful
- Process individuals for traffic and criminal offenses
Unusual Working Conditions
Law enforcement hazards. May be
required to work rotating shifts, holidays, weekends, scheduled and unscheduled
overtime. Ability to climb stairs, pursue suspects, and provide first aid and
emergency care. Use and maintain firearms with proficiency. Maintain agility
and physical fitness. May work in inclement weather.
Must meet minimum qualifications of ULEO Apprentice or one year
experience as an ULEO Apprentice. Must be certified or certifiable as an Ohio
Peace Officer at the time of employment. Must possess a current valid state
issued operator's license, with an acceptable driving record. Must pass
recruitment testing (background investigation, physical fitness assessment,
psychological assessment, polygraph examination, and written test).
A ULEO 1 will be eligible for promotion to ULEO 2 provided the employee
completes all requirements of ULEO 1, have good performance reviews and
satisfactorily complete probation, meet minimum qualifications of ULEO 2, and
is in good attendance standing according to the departmental discretionary
leave policy. The employee must submit a written request to progress to the
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COMPLETE APPLICATION: You MUST
indicate on your application materials evidence of having the experience,
skills, or education required for this title. Please document all dates of
employment, description of relevant duties, and full-time/part-time status.
The complete application will be the
sole criteria used by Human Resources to determine eligibility, which will be
based on the minimum qualifications.
Physical Agility Assessment:
An email will be sent to all
qualifying applicants, stating the date and time of the Physical Agility
Assessment. Physical Agility Preparatory Sessions will be offered to
demonstrate proper techniques and review the assessment process. Physical
fitness requirements (End columns) can be found at http://www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/Files/Publications-Files/Publications-for-Law-Enforcement/Law-Enforcement-Training-Publications/How-to-Become-a-Peace-Officer-in-Ohio.aspx.
Attached to the email will be the "Medical Release Certification".
The location of the Physical Agility Assessment will be at the University of
Cincinnati, Department of Public Safety Police Division. The division is
located at 51 West Corry Boulevard, Edwards Three, Cincinnati, Ohio 45219.
Please be sure to dress appropriately for the assessment tests.
Medical Release Certification:
A "Doctor's Certification to
Perform the Physical Fitness Tests" must be read, filled out, signed by
the candidate and his/her personal physician prior to the date of testing. Or a
waiver for doctor's certification can be signed. One of these forms must be
brought with you on the day of testing, and will be collected by the testing
staff. Failure to do so will mean exclusion from the testing process and
elimination for this job.
Please bring identification with you
to this assessment.
Must pass Physical Agility
Assessment, background investigation, polygraph examination, psychological
assessment, and written test.
PLEASE INCLUDE AN ACTIVE EMAIL
Human Resources will email the
Physical Agility Assessment criteria, the medical release form and information
regarding The University of Cincinnati, Department of Public Safety, and Police
Division to the email account provided on this application. Applicants that do
not provide us with an email account will be sent the information via US Postal
Are you eligible to receive
Ex-Veteran Credit? You must have a DD214 stating that you received an Honorable
Discharge. In order to receive the additional credit for your military service,
you must do one of the following with your DD214:
- Attach a copy of the DD214 to your application.
- Fax a copy to our office within 3 days after the closing
date. Our fax number is 513-556-9652.
- Bring a copy to our office within 3 days after the
closing date. We are located at the University of Cincinnati, University
Hall, 51 Goodman Dr., Suite 340, Cincinnati, Ohio 45219.
Shift: Varies Pay Rate: $23.42
The University of Cincinnati, as a
multi-national and culturally diverse university, is committed to providing an
inclusive, equitable and diverse place of learning and employment. As part of a
complete job application you will be asked to include a Contribution to
Diversity and Inclusion statement.
a UC employee, and an employee of an Ohio public institution, if hired you will
not contribute to the federal Social Security system, other than contributions
to Medicare. Instead, UC employees have the option to contribute to a state
retirement plan (OPERS, STRS) or an alternative retirement plan (ARP).
University of Cincinnati is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer
/ M / F / Veteran / Disabled.
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