Department Job Openings 

 

Law Enforcement Officer I, Minimum Salary: $38,007 per year (Salary commensurate with education and experience; potential for sign-on bonus as well), USC Aiken University Police, USC Aiken University Police

Officer will provide law enforcement, security and protection for the campus. Duty hours include nights and weekends.  High school diploma required.  One year experience in public safety/law enforcement preferred.  Certified through the SC Justice Academy also preferred.   Must be 21 years of age, be physically qualified and have no criminal record.  Must pass a background investigation, complete the SC Criminal Justice Academy and be certified by the SC Law Enforcement Training Council before assuming police duties.  Must receive certification as a Medical First Responder.  All applicants must have a valid SC driver’s license to operate a motor vehicle.  This position will require that the successful candidate pass a pre-employment alcohol and drug test as well asbe subject to random, post incident/accident, reasonable suspicion and rehabilitation monitoring drug and alcohol testing consistent with USC HR Policy 1.95, Drug and Alcohol Testing.  Apply on-line at: https://uscjobs.sc.edu/postings/135532.
Position is open until filled. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.  USC Aiken is an AA/EOE.

 

 

 

City of Winston-Salem

POLICE CHIEF

Ad Text

 

The Position

The City of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, is seeking its next Police Chief. The Police Chief (Chief) will effectively manage and administer the operations, functions, and activities of the Winston-Salem Police Department.

 

This position is responsible for developing and implementing the Police Department’s strategic goals, evaluating goals and objectives, and conducting analyses on best practices and trends to improve performance and outcomes. This position also develops annual budget proposals and routinely monitors the budget to ensure compliance with approved budget levels and standards.

 

Additionally, the Chief is head of overseeing and assisting in investigations where major crimes, accidents, or other unusual incidents are involved and responds to the most sensitive or complex inquiries. The Chief will establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with law enforcement personnel in other jurisdictions and represent the City on committees and task forces regarding public safety issues. The Chief provides information to the news media and meets with elected and appointed public officials, business representatives, and members of the public to promote department activities and further positive community relations.

 

The Chief will adhere to the consistent application of the Winston-Salem Police Department’s Core Values:

 

Leadership – Individual and Agency – Individual development to transform our agency into a national model for law enforcement.

 

Transparency – Accountability through open and effective communication.

 

Professionalism – Exceptional police services through strength, compassion, and confidence.

 

Commitment – Commitment to our agency and the community it serves.

 

Integrity – Unquestionable trustworthiness through the fair and just application of the law.

 

Public Service – Partnering with our community to provide unparalleled service and safety.

 

Qualifications

Minimum requirements include any combination of education and experience equivalent to a bachelor’s degree with major course work in the field of law enforcement, criminal justice, public administration, or related area, and extensive experience of a wide and progressively responsible nature in police service.

 

Preferred qualifications include comprehensive knowledge of laws, rules, and court decisions relating to the administration of criminal justice and law enforcement; comprehensive knowledge of scientific methods of crime detection, criminal investigation, and radio communication; comprehensive knowledge of controlling laws and ordinances; thorough knowledge of the geography of the City; general knowledge of modern technology used as crime prevention and detection tools; general understanding of non-sworn civilian support programs for mental health response to 911 calls; demonstrated ability to lead and direct the activities of police officers; ability to maintain cooperative relationships with other City officials and with the general public; evaluate the effectiveness of the police operation and to institute improvements; ability to prepare and review reports; resourcefulness and sound judgment in emergencies; and demonstrated integrity and tact. A master’s degree with major work in the field of law enforcement, criminal justice, public administration, or a related area, is also preferred.

 

Compensation and Benefits

The pay range for this position is $117,495 to $176,241.  Well qualified candidates may be considered for higher base compensation commensurate with relevant credentials.

 

Benefits offered include the following:

 

  • Education Assistance
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Employee Suggestion Program
  • Family and Medical Leave
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Group Dental Insurance
  • Group Health Insurance
  • Jury Duty Leave
  • Life/Accidental Death Insurance
  • Military Leave
  • 14 Paid Holidays
  • Promotion from Within
  • Retirement/Pension Plan (State of NC)
  • School Leave
  • Shared Leave
  • Short-Term Disability Insurance
  • 12 Paid Sick Leave Days - Annually
  • Vacation Leave
  • Wellness Program
  • Pet Insurance
  • Supplemental Retirement Accounts (401K and 457)

 

How to Apply

Applications will be accepted electronically by Raftelis at raftelis.hire.trakstar.com. Applicants complete a brief online form and are prompted to provide a cover letter and resume. The position will be open until filled with the first review of applications beginning December 8, 2022.

 

 

City of North Myrtle Beach
1018 Second Ave South
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
November 1, 2022
Position Posting - ASSISTANT CHIEF OF POLICE
SALARY: Negotiable Based on Experience
(Range- $80,000- $134,000)
This is an exciting opportunity to live and work in an innovative and rapidly growing oceanfront city in South Carolina. With its nine miles of sandy ocean beach, North Myrtle Beach is part of South Carolina’s beautiful vibrant “Grand Strand.” The City of North Myrtle Beach is comprised of approximately 17 ½ square miles with a year around population of 19,000+ residents. That number swells to approximately 38,000+ during daily working hours and swells to over 100,000+ during our tourist season. Tourism is our primary industry, and we are known for our hospitable southern family beach atmosphere, nine miles of wide beaches, a wide variety of shopping opportunities, championship 18-hole golf courses, restaurants, entertainment, ocean fishing and much more.
The City of North Myrtle Beach Police Department is a mid-sized police agency comprised of 127 FTE’s, of which, 90 are sworn certified officers. The current staff includes one Police Chief, one Captain, five Lieutenants, and nine Sergeants. With a budget of almost 12 million dollars the Department supports Administrative, Operational, and Support Services Divisions which includes a full-service Dispatch and Detention Center. The Department answered 31,348 calls in 2021, averaging 2612 calls per month.
The Assistant Police Chief, under the direction of the Chief of Police, will manage, direct, and coordinate the activities of police services while exercising responsibility for enforcement of state and local laws relating to public safety. The Assistant Police Chief will supervise the activities of Police Command Staff, Uniform Patrol, Detectives, Communications/Detention, Records, and Community Services. The Assistant Police Chief will also perform administrative duties such as assisting with budget preparation, controlling expenditures, drafting policies and procedures, conducting investigations and other related tasks.
The ideal candidate for the position of Assistant Police Chief should possess a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited four-year college or university with a major in Criminal Justice, Public/Business Administration, or related field. The successful candidate should have a minimum of ten or more years of progressively responsible management experience in local government holding the rank of police captain or above.
The successful candidate may possess any combination of education, training, and experience which provides the required skills, knowledge, and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job. Graduation from SPI and/or the FBI National Academy is preferred.
The ideal candidate for the position of Assistant Police Chief must bring a flexible “can-do” approach to our city. Must build and maintain trust within our organization and the community, while directing and leading all Police Department operations and activities to maximize effective and efficient service to the community of North Myrtle Beach. Must be a strong, open communicator both internally and externally. Shall possess excellent leadership and management skills to include collaborative problem solving. Be a positive representative of our Police Department and City. Successful candidate must possess a South Carolina Class I Law Enforcement certification or have the ability to obtain within one year of appointment. Successful candidate must possess a valid South Carolina driver license or have the ability to obtain one within 90 days of appointment. Residency requirement – the Assistant Chief of Police must reside full time within the City of North Myrtle Beach within 12 months of appointment date. Relocation expenses may be negotiated as appropriate.
A City application may be obtained online at www.nmb.us.
In addition to submitting a City application via the website, all interested candidates shall submit the following documents to the Executive Assistant to the Chief of Police, Kelly Carpenter via [email protected] no later than 5 pm on Friday, December 9, 2022:
• Compelling cover letter.
• Comprehensive resume; and
• Three professional references.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS AND SUBMISSION OF ALL REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2022
EOE

FAYETTEVILLE, NC CHIEF OF POLICE

 

Recruitment brochure: https://developmentalassociates.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/Fayetteville_Chief_of_PoliceFINAL.pdf

 

Salary Range: $160,000 to $185,000 (NEW RANGE)

 

WAXHAW, NC CHIEF OF POLICE

Recruitment brochure: https://developmentalassociates.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/Waxhaw-COP-FINAL-101212-LowerRes.pdf

Salary Range: $110,000-$130,000

 

Psst…

 

Don’t tell anybody I told you but…we have a few job openings. Reverse psychology in action!!

 

Click the link to view:https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sc/cja

 

 USC Aiken University Police

 

 

Police Captain/Assistant Chief (Law Enforcement Officer III), Minimum Salary: $60,819 per year (Salary commensurate with education and experience; potential for sign-on bonus as well), USC Aiken University Police

The Assistant Chief Captain of University Police assist the Chief by providing leadership, guidance, and supervision to all officers within the department. The Assistant Chief serves as the primary supervisor for all officers more junior in rank and is responsible for scheduling and securing adequate coverage for the college campus both for routine and special events. Under general supervision of the Chief of Police but exercises a great deal of discretion in decision-making and on-the-spot judgments. Works shifts which may vary from week to week. Is on-call for emergency situations and may be required to work overtime for special events. Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and 4 years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience. Must be 21 years of age, be physically qualified and have no criminal record. Must pass a background investigation and complete the SC Criminal Justice Academy. Must be certified by the SC Law Enforcement Training Council before assuming police duties and must receive certification as a Medical First Responder. Must have a valid license to operate a motor vehicle and must be current resident of South Carolina. As such, you will be subject to random, post incident/accident, reasonable suspicion and rehabilitation monitoring drug and alcohol testing consistent with USC HR Policy 1.95, Drug and Alcohol Testing.  Some supervisory experience preferred.  Apply online at: https://uscjobs.sc.edu/postings/130959Application deadline: November 16, 2022. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. USC Aiken is an AA/EOE

 

LAMAR POLICE DEPARTMENT

Now Hiring

Police Officers Full-time Certified Officers $2000 Hiring Bonus

Certified Officers earn up to $17 per hour based on experience and certifications.

Full-time Non-certified Officers Starting pay at $14.50 per hour with pay increase after successfully completing the SC Criminal Justice Academy

Employment Qualifications Benefits & incentives

Must be a U. S. Citizen.

$2000 Hiring Bonus (Certified Officers only)

Must be at least 21 years of age.

Insurance

Must have a high school diploma or GED.

Retirement

Must have a valid South Carolina driver’s license.

Uniforms / Equipment provided

Pass all phases of background check.

Take home vehicle (With approved mileage)

How to Apply APPLY ONLINE: www.lamarsc.org

IN PERSON: 117 W. Main St. Lamar. SC 29069

(843) 326-5555

“Small Town, Big Vision"

 

 

Special Agent - Columbia, SC

 

Requisition 34151: B3 Special Agent - Columbia, SC 

 

Job Description

Primary Purpose:

Protects the employees, customers, physical plant, and corporate interests of Norfolk Southern through law enforcement activities authorized as a certified and commissioned police officer.

 

Principal Duties:

  • Polices terminals, yards, right-of-ways, and other railroad property.
  • Protects property, employees, patrons, and goods in transit.
  • Performs inspections, background checks, and criminal investigations, as assigned.
  • Exercises proper prevention techniques, makes inspections of freight, applies security devices, and conducts surveillances to prevent crimes against the company.
  • Responds to police calls for service and, as a first responder, facilitates the effective coordination of fire and rescue, hazmat and environmental, law enforcement, and/or other emergency service.

 

Job Related Experience:

Minimum Level: 1-2 years Preferred Level: 1-2 years

 

Education:

Preferred Level: Bachelor's Degree (BS, BA)

Preferred Majors:

  • Social Sciences - Criminal Justice / Criminology
  • Business - Business Administration and Management

 

Licenses / Certifications: Required:

  • Certified Law Enforcement Officer
  • Commissioned Law Enforcement Officer
  • Commissioned (Railway) Police Officer Preferred: None listed

 

 

Skills and Abilities:

  • Communication Skills
  • Decision Making
  • Identifying and Considering Alternatives
  • Analyzing Problems

 

Career Path:

Predecessor Jobs:

  • Municipal or Military Police Officer

Future Jobs:

  • Supervisor Special Agent
  • Special Agent in Charge
  • Regional Superintendent Police

Work Conditions

Environment: Outdoor/Field

Shift Work: Yes

On-Call: Yes

Weekend Work: Yes

Travel Required: 3 - 5 Days per Month,

New Headquarters – Atlanta, GA

 

Norfolk Southern is in the process of constructing a vibrant & modern corporate HQ in Midtown Atlanta, GA. Our HQ is scheduled for completion in the summer of 2021. To check out a sneak peek, we’ve linked a playlist below.

http://bit.ly/NS_New_HQ

 

Norfolk Southern is an equal opportunity employer.  Qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to age, race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, status as a covered veteran, genetic information, or any other legally protected status not related to a person’s ability to do a job.  If you believe you have been discriminated against, contact the EEO Helpline at (888) TALKEEO or (888) 825-5336 or email [email protected].

 

 

It is the policy of Norfolk Southern Corporation ("Norfolk Southern") to comply with all applicable laws, regulations, and executive orders concerning equal opportunity and nondiscrimination, including but not limited to during the hiring process, and to offer employment, training, remuneration, advancement, and all other privileges of employment on the basis of qualification and performance regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, age, status as a covered veteran, sexual orientation, gender identity, the presence of a disability, genetic information, or any other legally protected status. 

 

Employees and applicants shall not be subjected to harassment, intimidation, threats, coercion, discrimination, or retaliation in any form because they have engaged in or may engage in: filing a complaint (including a complaint of discrimination related to hiring); opposing an unlawful practice (including opposing any hiring practice they consider to be unlawfully discriminatory); assisting, testifying, or participating in an investigation, compliance review, proceeding or hearing related to federal, state, or local laws requiring equal opportunity (including with respect to alleged discrimination in hiring); or inquiring about or discussing pay.

 

Employees and applicants must report any complaint or concern about employment discrimination, harassment, or retaliation to their immediate supervisor (in the case of employees) or to Norfolk Southern's EEO office via telephone at 1 - 888 - TALKEEO (825-5336) or via email at [email protected]. Norfolk Southern will accept any and all good faith complaints made by employees or job applicants to their immediate supervisor (in the case of employees) or to Norfolk Southern's EEO office.

 

Employees and job applicants may file complaints anonymously, and Norfolk Southern will preserve the anonymity of the complainant when requested, except as necessary to resolve the situation. Norfolk Southern will preserve the confidentiality of discrimination complaints to the maximum extent possible, except as necessary to resolve the situation, and will not publicize unnecessarily the subject matter of the complaints or the identity of the complainants.

 

Norfolk Southern will promptly, thoroughly, and effectively investigate all complaints of discrimination or retaliation including, as appropriate, conducting interviews with relevant witnesses, and reviewing material documents, including those submitted by the complainant or respondent, to the extent necessary to reach a reasonable conclusion concerning the allegations. Upon completion of the investigation, Norfolk Southern will inform the complainant of Norfolk Southern's conclusion and it will maintain a written record of its conclusion. Norfolk Southern will take prompt and appropriate corrective action, including and up to termination of employment, if it determines that discrimination or retaliation has occurred, including during the hiring process.

 

Norfolk Southern will include the substance of this mandatory guidance in every Special Agent job posting

.

Norfolk Southern employees should further consult Corporate Policy 305 (Equal Employment Opportunity) and Corporate Procedure 305.2 (Equal Employment Opportunity Process).

 

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Telecommunicator/Jailer

 
Salary 
$36,982.40 - $41,537.60 Annually
Location 
Clemson 29631, SC
Job Type
Full Time
Department
Police
Job Number
9152022

Under general supervision, performs a variety of routine clerical, administrative and technical work in receiving and dispatching routine and emergency information; receives and responds to communications by radio to police, fire, public works, and administration.  Processes prisoners incarcerated at facility.  Reports to a Police Sergeant.

Examples of Duties / Knowledge & Skills

Monitors telephones and radio in the dispatch center, answers all incoming calls and ascertains nature of call, gathers all necessary information to transmit or relay.  Dispatches police and other response vehicles for emergency responses and broadcasts nature, location and time of incident.  Contacts all required personnel and other local concerns such as the fire department in the event of an emergency situation.  Maintains computer aided dispatch log on radio and telephone communications, location of personnel and equipment.  In the event of an emergency situation, maintains on-going contact with the responding personnel and keeps them informed of all incoming pertinent information.  Keeps track of information such as traffic lights out, streets closed and keeps emergency personnel informed.  Maintains dispatch center work area and equipment in clean and working condition.  Receives complaints from public concerning crimes and police emergencies, broadcasts orders to police radio patrol units in vicinity to investigate complaint, and relays instructions or questions from remote units.  Receives messages for officers and other department personnel and logs information as necessary.  Accesses NCIC computer for inquiries into an individual's criminal history, registration of vehicles, license checks, criminal history checks, and other relevant information.  Monitors persons detained in jail facilities.
Maintains records on persons currently and previously incarcerated in city jail.  Maintains property of persons currently incarcerated in city jail.  Performs searches of incoming female prisoners and male prisoners, as necessary.  Monitors individuals in holding cells for proper conduct, safety, and medical or other needs. Maintains security in all areas of the holding facility.  Maintains list of emergency telephone numbers.  Logs information on automobiles towed by city police and vehicles towed off private property.  Files all noise violation and trespass notices.  Maintains reference information for emergency situations.  Operates radios as needed and assists in radio communications; operates base radio as required.  Performs a variety of routine public safety work in the care and custody of prisoners. Maintains order and discipline among prisoners.  Maintains dispatch documents and records.
ADDITIONAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Delivers meals to prisoners.
Is required to fill in other positions within the department.
Assists in training new employees.
May transmit and receive messages between divisions of own agency and other law enforcement agencies.
Serves as a member of various employee committees.
Performs other related duties as assigned.

Minimum qualifications & Requirements

Requires a high school diploma or GED equivalent with two years of related customer service or dispatching experience; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.  Must obtain NCIC certification within six months.   Must obtain E-911 and SC Basic Jail certification within one year. Must successfully complete periodic training programs, both internal and external. Must pass all background requirements as specified by the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy.  

Supplemental information

Applications accepted online at www.cityofclemson.org.  Applications accepted until position is filled.   The City of Clemson provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

Agency
City of Clemson, SC
Address
1250 Tiger Blvd STE 1

Clemson, South Carolina, 29631
Phone
864-653-2073

 

 

Sergeant
University of South Carolina Upstate
STA01412PO22
Spartanburg, SC

The University Police Sergeant is a state law enforcement officer for the University of South Carolina Upstate in accordance with South Carolina Code of Laws 23-6-430 and serves as a first line supervisor of patrol officers, parking officers and safety personnel. The sergeant is responsible for enforcing state criminal and traffic laws, protecting and securing persons and property and enforcing the rules and regulations of the University of South Carolina Upstate campus. He or she promotes effective community policing by building relationships with community stakeholders. The Police Sergeant also serves as a Field Training Officer for new employees and employees in need of remedial training; provides highly visible patrols within the University’s sphere of influence.

  • Patrol the University Campus to protect and secure person(s) or property while deterring crime and detecting violations of the law, to include but not limited to traffic control duties, investigating criminal violations and securing crime scenes for investigators; promoting and actively participating in community policing and securing all buildings on campus.
  • Patrols assigned areas including highly visible patrols within the University’s sphere of influence (1/2 mile from campus borders) to assist Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Department patrols and calls for service including the five apartment complexes where many of our students reside. Prevents crime and detects violations of law and University policies. Responds to all calls for service including but not limited to emergencies, complaints, accidents, disturbances, medical calls, requests for car unlocks and battery jumps., Investigates complaints, reports of violations and requests for assistance; writes and maintains reports and records shift activities. Conducts preliminary as well as follow-up criminal and traffic investigations. Issues warnings and citations (criminal, traffic and internal disciplinary). Secures, photographs, processes and documents crime scenes. Directs traffic and controls crowds.
  • Collects and presents evidence to obtain and execute search and/or arrest warrants. Testifies in court and other criminal and administrative proceedings including prosecution of defendants in Magistrate Court.
  • Approves criminal reports, injury reports, and reports of violations of University policy written by officers under his or her supervision. Forwards to the department investigator for follow-up and disposition. Reviews requests for days off for officers assigned to his or her shift. Ensures adequate staffing levels. Approves ITAMS submissions from shift personnel.
  • Promotes and maintains a positive “esprite de corp” on his or her shift. Builds and maintains camaraderie within their respective platoons. Provides effective community policing by building relationships with community stakeholders.
  • Provides crime prevention tips and instructions to academic classes upon request. Prepares Power Point Presentations.
  • Conducts surveillance and plain clothes assignments. Serves as the initial on-site commander during major investigations.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Salary: $53,617; Salary commensurate with education and experience.

Minimum Qualifications: Current law enforcement officer (SC Criminal Justice Academy graduate and be certified by the SC Law Enforcement Training Council); certified by the SCCJA as a Field Training Officer (FTO), high school diploma and three years’ law enforcement experience. Must be 21 years of age, physically qualified and have no criminal record. Must pass a background investigation. A valid South Carolina driver’s license.

 

Preferred Qualifications: Associate of Arts degree or Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice or related field.

Additional Perks:

  • Wearing of beards is authorized.
  • Outer protective vests are provided for officers as standard wear.
  • All uniforms and duty shoes are paid for by USC Upstate.
  • Built in overtime up to $ 7,000.00
  • Free University tuition after six months of employment including up to four classes per year ($5,798.00 value) used at any of the University of South Carolina campuses.
  • $25.00 annual fee for USC Upstate employee’s on-campus wellness center which includes an Olympic pool, free weights, weight machines, indoor track, aerobic classes and selectorized Matrix equipment.
  • Police Officer Retirement System
  • Advanced law enforcement training opportunities.


Sign-On Bonus:
$7,500 sign-on bonus new hire, who was as an applicant was currently working either as a Class 1 Law Enforcement Officer certified by the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy or has been inactive with a law enforcement agency for less than 12 months and is able to have Class 1 certification immediately reinstated upon hire. Executed as follows:

  • $1,750 after successful completion field training;
  • $750 after successful completion of 1st anniversary;
  • $2,500 after successful completion of 2nd anniversary; and
  • $2,500 after successful completion of 3rd anniversary.

For more information and/or to apply, go to: https://uscjobs.sc.edu/postings/129965.  If you have any questions or concerns, contact Carmen Cunningham, Employment Specialist at [email protected]. The application must be completed including all current and previous work history and education. A resume may be attached, but not substituted for completing work history and education sections of the application.

 

 

 

 

 Interim Chief of Police

We are excited to announce this opportunity for an experienced Interim Chief of Police who is capable of preserving and enhancing the existing high standards of law enforcement and public safety service and preparing the Town of Pacolet for the challenges of the future. This position will be temporary while the Town continues to search for a permanent person for this position. The chosen Interim Chief may apply for the permanent position when that position is posted.

The Pacolet Police Department has budgeted for 5 sworn/certified officers, and 5 volunteer reserve officers. The department currently has one officer and one reserve. The Town seeks a Police Chief who is a dedicated and ethical team player and can quickly gain the confidence of the community by building strong relationships with residents, the business community, Town staff, Town stakeholders, nearby communities and law enforcement agencies. The Chief must possess the ability to build community trust through the development of partnerships and use of proven community-oriented policing techniques. As a key member of the Town Administrator’s Leadership Team, the ideal candidate will demonstrate the ability to embrace change and help guide the community. The new Police Chief for the Town of Pacolet is expected to provide leadership and professional insight to the following opportunities and challenges:

»Work with the Administration and Council during the transition of hiring a new police officer.

»Lead the department in a manner that focuses on building community trust and support; promotes professionalism using 21st Century policing principals and department accreditation standards.

»Enhance communications with citizens through the appropriate use of social media, identifying effective ways for the department to interact with formal/informal citizen groups, and demonstrating transparency and consistency when communicating with the public.

»Identify implementable strategies for improving recruitment and retention of quality staff.

»Work proactively in partnership with other law enforcement agencies to enhance the quality of life and improve security of all citizens.

»Promote high morale within the department by developing a culture that is willing to listen to all ideas, utilizing effective communication skills and techniques for keeping staff informed, understanding the value of being visible to staff during routine and special events of the department, and demonstrating objectivity and accountability when dealing with staff issues and professional development opportunities.

»Provide professional input to the Town Administrator concerning department needs.

»Assess the need and use of important policing tools such as body cameras, take-home vehicles, and communication equipment.
The Pacolet Police Department is dedicated to serving our community by providing quality law enforcement while always striving to improve the quality of life to all of our citizens.

Candidate Qualifications»
Bachelor’s Degree required in Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement, Police Administration or similar degree; Five years of experience in upper level police management; or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience.

» A Master’s degree in Criminal Justice, Public Administration or related field and other technical training such as the FBI National Academy, Southern Police Institute, or equivalent is highly desired.

»Maintenance of firearms proficiency according to departmental standards.

»Possession or ability to gain possession of a valid South Carolina driver’s license within 30 days.

»South Carolina Criminal Justice Training Academy certification or ability to obtain SCCGA Class 1 certification within one year.»
This position is considered Essential Personnel and will be required to work during and following natural disasters and emergencies.
Required knowledge, skills, and abilities include:

»Knowledge of state, local and federal laws pertaining to the general exercise of law enforcement duties.

»Extensive knowledge of the principles, practices and procedures of police work and advanced law enforcement methods.

»Knowledge of organizational and department laws, policies, and procedures.

»Thorough knowledge of management, planning and supervisory methods and procedures.

»Knowledge of the use and care of firearms and of typical law enforcement equipment.

»Ability to communicate well verbally and in writing with Town officials, staff, the public, and the news media.

»Ability to work well with other Town officials, staff, the law enforcement community and the public.

»Must maintain physical conditioning to be able to perform all duties of police officer according to departmental standards.

»Superior skill in organizing, directing and supervising others.


Essential Duties

»Supervises, directly or through subordinates, and participates in all Department functions and activities such as patrol units, traffic control, crime prevention, criminal investigations, and training.

»Maintains the day to day activities of the department during this transition period and coordinates with Spartanburg County Sherriff’s Office for additional support when needed.

»Develops and presents the requested budget for the Department. Manages the budget to assure effective and efficient use of budgeted funds, personnel, materials, equipment, facilities and time.

»Plans, implements, and directs law enforcement, crime prevention, and community oriented policing programs for the Town in order to better carry out the policies and goals of the Town Council as communicated through the Town Administrator; trains staff in all areas of operation, reviews Department performance and formulates programs and policies to promote effective, efficient service provision.

»Communicates information on departmental operations to the Town Council and the Town Administrator. Attends Town Council meetings. Prepares reports in accordance with policies and procedures, and as requested by the Town Administrator or the Town Council via the Town Administrator.

»Directs a workforce of both sworn and civilian personnel. Assigns work, facilitates training, reviews performance, sets standards for fitness, counsels, and takes disciplinary action up to the recommendation for discharge. Handles grievances, and oversees the conduct and general behavior of department personnel.

»Investigates complaints from citizens against Department employees and takes appropriate action in accordance with laws, ordinances, and Town and departmental policy. Answers inquiries from citizens regarding laws, ordinances, and police procedures.

»Coordinates operations and strategies with other local, State and national law enforcement agencies to ensure comprehensive, cost effective service delivery. Negotiates and administers mutual aid agreements and other formal and informal relationships on behalf of the Town.

»Participates as a member on committees, project teams and performs other duties as assigned by the Town Administrator..

»There is no requirement for residency for this position within the Town of Pacolet. However, residency is required within a reasonable distance to enable timely responses to incidents.

Compensation

The starting annual salary for the Chief of Police for the Town of Pacolet will be market competitive depending upon the qualifications and experience of the selected candidate. Participation in state retirement system and a comprehensive benefits package will be provided. Reasonable relocation expense reimbursement will be negotiated.

How to Apply

Interested candidates must submit by email a cover letter, resume, at least five job related references and salary history no later than 5:00 p.m. on October 7, 2022 to: Trey Eubanks, Government Services Manager, Appalachian Council of Governments. Call 864.241.4631 or email [email protected] with any questions. The Town of Pacolet is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Town of Pacolet does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, creed, sex, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, or national origin.

University of South Carolina Upstate

The Campus Police Officer performs the duties of a state law enforcement officer for the University of South Carolina Upstate in accordance with South Carolina Code of Laws 23-6-430 by enforcing state criminal and traffic laws and policies, rules and regulations of the University. Protects persons and property while enforcing said rules, regulations and policies of the University of South Carolina Upstate campus. Provides highly visible patrols within the University’s sphere of influence.
• Patrol the University Campus to protect and secure person(s) or property while deterring crime and detecting violations of the law, to include but not limited to traffic control duties, investigating criminal violations and securing crime scenes for investigators; promoting and actively participating in community policing and securing all buildings on campus.
• Respond to all calls for service to include but not limited to emergencies, complaints, accidents, disturbances, medical calls, requests for car unlocks or battery jumps while taking appropriate action as needed in such cases and completing all necessary reports.
• Conduct highly visible patrols within the University’s sphere of influence (1/2 mile from campus borders) to assist Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Department patrols and calls for service including the five apartment complexes where many of our students reside.
• Make presentations to student organizations, faculty and staff.
• Other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications:
High school diploma or GED; prefer Associates degree or Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. Must be 21 years of age, be physically qualified and have no criminal record. Must pass a background investigation and complete the SC Criminal Justice Academy and be certified by the SC Law Enforcement Training Council before assuming police duties. Possess a valid South Carolina driver’s license.

Preferred Qualifications:
Certification from SC Criminal Justice Academy in accordance with SC Code of Laws 23-6-430 and a Criminal Justice Degree.

Salary:
$38,719 - $48,032; Salary commensurate with education and experience.
Additional Perks:
• Wearing of beards is authorized.
• Outer protective vests are provided for officers as standard wear.
• All uniforms and duty shoes are paid for by USC Upstate.
• Built in overtime up to $ 7,000.00
• Free University tuition after six months of employment including up to four classes per year ($5,798.00 value) used at any of the University of South Carolina campuses.
• $25.00 annual fee for USC Upstate employee’s on-campus wellness center which includes an Olympic pool, free weights, weight machines, indoor track, aerobic classes and selectorized Matrix equipment.
• Police Officer Retirement System
• Advanced law enforcement training opportunities.

Sign-On Bonus:
$7,500 sign-on bonus new hire, who was as an applicant was currently working either as a Class 1 Law Enforcement Officer certified by the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy or has been inactive with a law enforcement agency for less than 12 months and is able to have Class 1 certification immediately reinstated upon hire. Executed as follows:
• $1,750 after successful completion field training;
• $750 after successful completion of 1st anniversary;
• $2,500 after successful completion of 2nd anniversary; and
• $2,500 after successful completion of 3rd anniversary.
For more information and/or to apply, go to: https://uscjobs.sc.edu/postings/129797. If you have any questions or issues with your applications, contact Carmen Cunningham, Employment Specialist at 864-503-5318 or [email protected] The application must be completed including all current and previous work history and education. A resume may be attached, but not substituted for completing work history and education sections of the application

 

Public Safety Officer

 

Columbia Metropolitan Airport’s Department of Public Safety is now accepting applications for a Public Safety Officer (PSO). South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy Class One certification (must be current) required with a minimum of two years’ law enforcement experience.  PSO ensures safety on the Airport campus through various police, fire and medical first responder duties. If hired, FAR 139 Airport firefighter certification (40-hour course) must be obtained (Paid for by the Airport). Applicants must possess and maintain a valid S.C. Driver’s License. Applicants must meet the minimum standards of the department’s physical fitness test (PFT). Applicants are subjected to a criminal background investigation as well as work history investigation. Good mechanical ability required for operation and of equipment. PSO’s work a 24hr on and 48hr off schedule.

Excellent Benefit package includes medical/dental insurance, paid vacation, personal and sick leave. SC Police Officer’s Retirement System (PORS). CAE also offers an employer match of up to 6% of salary for 401K contributions! Starting salary is $53,491 annually. 

Applications can be completed online at: https://flycae.com/business/careers/. Applications can also be printed, scanned, and e-mailed to [email protected]

Open until filled. Airport is EEO/AA/M/F/Disabled/Veterans Employer

 

Oconee County
Deputy I/II
WALHALLA, SC • SHERIFF DEPARTMENT
Job Type
Full-time
Description

Uncertified Deputy I salary is $40,000.

Certified Deputy II salary is $41,500.

 

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

The purpose of this position is to enforce all local, federal and state laws relating to public safety and welfare; to perform general police work, responding to calls for service; to participate in special unit operations and activities as assigned, and to perform related work as required. The position works according to some procedures but decides how or when to do things; work is reviewed frequently by supervisor.

 

ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:

  1. Enforces all local, federal and state laws relating to public safety and welfare; performs all duties in compliance with applicable policies, procedures, laws, regulations and standards of safety.
  2. Performs assigned police duties, which may include traffic safety and enforcement, patrol, criminal investigations, narcotics / vice investigations and enforcement, crime scene / evidence investigations and control, community service, court security, warrant service, school resource officer / D.A.R.E. programming, etc.
  3. Performs general law enforcement duties as necessary, including but not limited to patrolling assigned areas of the County, responding to public calls for assistance, maintaining order and public safety, apprehending and arresting suspected law violators and criminal suspects, collecting evidence and participating in investigative operations.
  4. Performs routine service duties, including but not limited to providing escort service for the protection of persons and/or property, assisting stranded motorists, directing traffic, providing security and crowd control at special events, etc.
  5. Prepares cases for prosecution; provides court testimony as necessary.
  6. Performs routine service duties, including but not limited to providing escort service for the protection of persons and/or property, assisting stranded motorists, providing funeral escort, directing traffic, providing security and crowd control at special events, etc.
  7. Prepares and submits detailed work records and reports.
  8. Maintains assigned equipment and vehicles.
  9. Receives and responds to citizens’ inquiries, concerns and complaints concerning law enforcement activities.
  10. Attends periodic training sessions and attends conferences and meetings to keep abreast of current law enforcement and investigative trends, technology and legislation; maintains required physical fitness and required level of proficiency in the use of firearms.
  11. Remains on call 24 hours per day, seven days per week, for emergency response.
  12. Performs general clerical work as required, including but not limited to maintaining logs, preparing reports and correspondence, entering and retrieving computer data, copying and filing documents, answering the telephone, etc.

Essential Job Duties are intended to be examples of duties and are not intended to be all inclusive. There will be other duties as assigned.

Additional duties include: N/A

 

Requirements

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Requires gathering, organizing, analyzing, examining or evaluating data or information and may prescribe action based on such data or information.
  • Requires persuading or influencing others in favor of a service, point of view, or course of action; may enforce laws, rules, regulations or ordinances.
  • Requires leading, operating or repairing complex machinery or equipment that requires extended training and experience, such as firearms, emergency response vehicles, etc., or the application of custom administrative software or systems; may involve installation and testing. Involves operations of limited scope.
  • Requires performing skilled work involving rules/systems with almost constant problem-solving.
  • Requires using addition and subtraction, multiplication and division, and/or calculating ratios, rates and percentages.
  • Requires reading technical instructions, procedures, manuals and charts to solve practical problems; composing routine reports and specialized reports, forms and business letters with proper format; speaking compound sentences using normal grammar and word form.
  • Requires doing specialized technical or entry-level professional work requiring general understanding of operating policies and procedures and their application to problems not previously encountered; application of specialized technical or professional principles and practices or the use of a wide range of administrative methods in the solution of problems; requires normal attention with short periods of concentration for accurate results and occasional exposure to unusual pressure.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • The educational requirement for this position is: Requires high school diploma or GED equivalent supplemented by the completion of required law enforcement coursework.
  • Education may be substituted for experience.
  • Related-experience required: Requires a short demonstration up to and including one month.
  • Experience may be substituted for education.

LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS, OR REGISTRATIONS:

Certifications, licenses, professional designations, or other qualifications required for this position include:

  • Must be able to obtain Basic Law Enforcement Certification.
  • Must possess a valid state driver’s license without record of suspension or revocation in any state.
  • Must be a U.S. citizen and be 21 years of age or older at the time of employment; must not possess felony convictions and disqualifying criminal histories within the past seven years; must be able to read and write in the English language.
  • Must meet other requirements as set forth in applicable South Carolina statutes and regulations.

Certifications, licenses, professional designations, or other qualifications preferred for this position include:

  • May require additional professional or technical certification(s) as deemed necessary by supervisor.

ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

 

Physical Requirements:

Standing: 1/3 of the time or over; walking: 1/3 of the time or over; sitting: up to 2/3 of the time; using hands: 2/3 of the time or over; reaching with hands and arms: 2/3 of the time or over; Climbing or balancing: up to 1/3 of the time; stooping, kneeling, crouching, or crawling: 1/3 of the time or over; talking, seeing, or hearing: 2/3 of the time or over; tasting: under 1/3 of the time; smelling: 2/3 of the time or over.

 

This position requires lifting:

Up to 10 pounds: 2/3 of the time or over; Up to 25 pounds: up to 2/3 of the time; Up to 50 pounds: under 1/3 of the time; Up to 100 pounds: under 1/3 of the time; More than 100 pounds: under 1/3 of the time.

 

Vision Requirements:

This position has the following special vision requirements:

  • Close vision (clear vision at 20 inches or less)
  • Distance vision (clear vision at 20 feet or more)
  • Color vision (ability to identify and distinguish colors
  • Peripheral vision (ability to observe an area that can be seen up or down and to the left and right when vision is fixed on a given point)
  • Depth perception (three-dimensional vision, ability to judge distances and spatial relationships)
  • Ability to adjust focus (ability to adjust the eye to bring an object into sharp focus)

 

ENVIRONMENTAL WORKING CONDITIONS:

 

The following physical conditions and hazards may be encountered while working in this position:

  • Indoor environment
  • Extreme heat and/or cold, wet or humid conditions
  • Traffic
  • Violence
  • Disease/pathogens
  • Dusts and pollen
  • Bright/dim light
  • Fumes and/or noxious odors
  • Electrical hazards
  • Heights
  • Chemical hazards
  • Explosive hazards

To Apply:

County of Oconee - Deputy I/II Application (paylocity.com)

 

Oconee County is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to achieving excellence and strength through diversity. The County seeks a wide range of applicants for its positions so that one of our core values, a qualified and diverse workforce, will be affirmed.  

  

 

 

 

Job Vacancy
City of Chester Police Chief Police Department

Salary Range: $64,000. - $69,500.


BRIEF JOB DESCRIPTION

Under limited supervision, supervises plans and directs the operations of the Chester Police Department to ensure the proper enforcement of laws, ordinances and regulations relating to public safety and welfare as set forth by the State of South Carolina and City of Chester. Reviews work of subordinates for completeness, accuracy and adherence to department policies and procedures. Reports to the City Administrator.


SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Supervises and directs the Chester Police Department; supervises subordinate personnel through the chain of command. Supervisory duties include instructing; assigning, reviewing and planning work of others; maintaining standards; coordinating activities; selecting new employees; acting on employee problems; allocating personnel; and recommending and approving employee transfers, promotions, discipline and discharge as appropriate. Reviews and evaluates the work of subordinates; offers advice and assistance as needed.
Develops and implements policies and procedures as necessary to promote and ensure the effectiveness of operations as well as the safety and welfare of the public. Develops long-range plans to meet future growth.  Directs uniform and traffic patrol, criminal investigations, narcotics enforcement and court operations.  Coordinates with other city departments regarding matters of public safety.  Assists in coordinating inter-jurisdictional matters, including cooperative law enforcement, investigations, critical incident management, natural disaster management and task force management.
Provides and encourages intra-departmental communications through regularly scheduled meetings.

Notice of application and resume should be submitted to City of Chester HR Department, Attention Carla Roof, 100 West End Street, Chester, SC 29706. Application can be completed online at www.chestersc.org

Application deadline will be 12 noon, August 26, 2022.

The City of Chester is an EOE-H.
Position is subject to the following background checks: Credit check, criminal history, driving history, credit check, drug test and medical/physical.

 Lexington County Sheriff's Department Deputy (Court Security)
Salary $43,847 - $50,444                                      $5,000 NEW-HIRE INCENTIVE

The Court Security Deputy’s primary function is to provide a safe environment for all visitors, staff, and others at the Lexington County Judicial Center. The deputy monitors and maintains order in the courtroom, responds to disruptions or security issues, conducts security screenings of visitors to the courthouse, transports inmates to court, and maintains care and custody of hospitalized inmates.

Minimum Requirements for all Positions

  • Must have a High School diploma or GED.
  • Must have a clear criminal history.
  • Must be a United States citizen.
  • Driving record must not show a disregard for the law.
  • Credit history must show sound financial management with the ability to keep accounts paid up-to-date.
  • Results of all pre-employment tests and interviews must meet standards.
  • Past employment record must be satisfactory.
  • Must pass a drug test.
  • Medical examination results must show that you are capable of performing all of the essential functions of the job for which you are applying, with reasonable accommodation.

Additional Requirements for Deputy

  • Must be at least 21 years-of-age, and, MEET AT LEASTONE OF THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA:
  • Must already be certified by the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy (LE Class 1),
  • Must possess college degree (Associate's or higher),
  • Must be a certified law enforcement officer from another state,
  • Must have two years of prior military experience.

PRE-EMPLOYMENT SELECTION PROCESS
The Sheriff’s Department’s pre-employment selection process consists of the following elements:

Driving record review
Criminal record review
Credit history review
Psychological screening
Initial interview
Polygraph examination
Background investigation
Pre-employment physical examination and completion of a health history questionnaire
Pre-employment drug test
Any other requirement determined necessary by the Sheriff’s Department

This process generally takes eight to ten weeks or longer to complete.

Qualified applicants and employees are treated without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, or disability.

For more information about employment opportunities with the Lexington County Sheriff's Department, contact our recruiter Sergeant Dan Rusinyak at 803-785-JOIN(5646)

Job Purpose

Performs assigned duties of the position for the County and responds to calls for service; enforces all local, federal and state laws relating to public safety and welfare. Works under stressful, high-risk conditions.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

♦ Enforces all local, federal and state laws relating to public safety and welfare; performs all duties in compliance
with applicable policies, procedures, laws, regulations and standards of safety.

♦ Performs routine patrol duties, including but not limited to patrolling assigned areas of the County, responding to emergency calls and/or public calls for assistance, maintaining order and public safety, apprehending and arresting law violators and criminal suspects, issuing traffic citations/summonses, transporting prisoners and mental patients.

♦ Assists with criminal investigations. Interviews witnesses, complainants and victims; gathers physical evidence and preserves it for court; provides case follow-up as needed.

♦ Prepares cases for prosecution; provides court testimony as necessary.

♦ Participates in special operations as assigned.

♦ Provides courtroom security as assigned.

♦ Maintains assigned equipment and vehicles.

♦ Participates in public relations efforts as necessary to maintain a cooperative and positive relationship between the Sheriff’s Office and the community.

♦ Attends periodic training sessions; maintains required level of proficiency in the use of firearms.

♦ Prepares various documents including incident reports, accident reports, investigative reports, pursuit reports, warrants, subpoenas, and case documentation.

♦ Refers to policy and procedure manuals, codes, regulations, laws, maps, statutes, and training manuals.

♦ Operates/uses a variety of police equipment, which may include a police vehicle, firearms, Datamaster, radar; operates various types of office equipment, machinery and tools in the performance of duties such as a computer, printer, adding machine, radio equipment, telephones, tape recorder, fax machine, copier.

Supplemental Functions

♦ Performs other similar duties as required.

Job Specifications and Qualifications

Knowledge:
♦ Policies, procedures and methods of the Sheriff’s Department;
♦ Structure, functions and inter-relationships of state and local law enforcement agencies;
♦ Up-to-date law enforcement procedures;
♦ Firearms, automotive, radio and other law enforcement equipment;
♦ Legal rights of accused persons and law enforcement;
♦ Criminal behavior and methods of operation;
♦ Civil process;
♦ Other County departments to communicate with their representatives as necessary in carrying out duties and responsibilities;
♦ Layout of local roads and of the locations and characteristics of the various neighborhoods; ♦ Standard tools, materials and practices of the trade;
♦ Occupational hazards and safety precautions of the trade.

Skills:
♦ Operation and care of firearms;
♦ Comprehension, interpretation and application of regulations, procedures and related information;
♦ Basic mathematics;
♦ Reacting quickly to emergency situations;
♦ Written and verbal communication via in-person, phone and email contact.

Education/Experience:
♦ High School diploma or equivalent, with no experience required.

Licensing and Certifications:
♦ Valid South Carolina Driver’s License;
♦ Class I Law Enforcement Certification from the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy

Working Conditions / Physical Requirements:

♦ Exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, up to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly having to move objects.

♦ Positions in this class typically require talking, hearing, seeing, fingering, grasping, standing, walking, repetitive motions, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, climbing, balancing, pushing, pulling, and lifting. Positions in this class may be exposed to moving mechanical parts, odors, dusts, poor ventilation, chemicals, oils, extreme temperatures, inadequate lighting, intense noises, gases, workspace restrictions, and vibrations.

Application Process:

All applicants must complete a Lexington County Sheriff's Department application. Applications can be obtained at the front lobby of the Sheriff's Department located at 521 Gibson Road, Lexington, South Carolina; at the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce (SC Works) office located at 671 Main Street, West Columbia, SC 29170; or visiting our website at www.joinLCSD.com

Please complete the application accurately and completely, especially concerning past employers and reference information (giving FULL addresses, telephone numbers, etc.). Questionnaires may be mailed to any references, current and past employers you indicate in your application, therefore, correct mailing addresses are critical. The Department accepts applications on a continual basis. Completed applications can be turned in at the front desk of the Sheriff's Department, which is open 24 hours a day, or to the above listed SC Works location, from 8:30 a.m. through 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Completed applications may also be mailed to the Department at the following address:

Lexington County Sheriff's Department
Attn: Human Resources Division
PO Box 639
Lexington, SC 29072

The following documents are required in order for your application to be processed:

  • Copy of Birth Certificate
  • Copy of Social Security Card
  • Copy of High School Diploma or GED
  • Copy of a valid S.C. Driver’s License
  • Certified ten-year driving record (You must provide a copy of your driving record from every state you have been licensed to drive within the past ten years.)
  • Credit report (This can be obtained from companies such as Equifax, Experian, etc. These are listed in the yellow pages of the phone directory under “Credit Reporting Agencies” and also at the bottom of this page.)
  • Copy of form DD-214 (if a Veteran)
  • Copies of other documents which may be applicable to employment (i.e. Certifications, training documents, diplomas, etc.)

You will be contacted within several weeks of the submission of your application. If your application is satisfactory, you will be given a date and time to attend applicant testing. Following testing, applicants are placed in an applicant pool along with others who have successfully completed the applicant process to that point. The most qualified applicants are then chosen to continue in the process. If rejected, an applicant may reapply one year after being turned down for employment.
Major Credit Reporting Agencies
Equifax (www.equifax.com or 1-800-685-1111)
Experian (www.experian.com or 1-888-397-3742)
TransUnion (www.transunion.com or 1-800-888-4213)

 

 

 

 Lexington County Sheriff's Department Patrol Deputy

Salary $43,847 - $50,444                                      $5,000 NEW HIRE INCENTIVE

JOB REQUIREMENTS

All applicants must meet the following minimum requirements to be considered for employment. Additional requirements for the positions of Deputy and Correctional Officer are outlined separately below:

Minimum Requirements for all Positions

  • Must have a High School diploma or GED.
  • Must have a clear criminal history.
  • Must be a United States citizen.
  • Driving record must not show a disregard for the law.
  • Credit history must show sound financial management with the ability to keep accounts paid up-to-date.
  • Results of all pre-employment tests and interviews must meet standards.
  • Past employment record must be satisfactory.
  • Must pass a drug test.
  • Medical examination results must show that you are capable of performing all of the essential functions of the job for which you are applying, with reasonable accommodation.

Additional Requirements for Deputy

  • Must be at least 21 years-of-age, and, MEET AT LEASTONE OF THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA:
  • Must already be certified by the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy (LE Class 1),
  • Must possess college degree (Associate's or higher),
  • Must be a certified law enforcement officer from another state,
  • Must have two years of prior military experience.

PRE-EMPLOYMENT SELECTION PROCESS
The Sheriff’s Department’s pre-employment selection process consists of the following elements:

Driving record review
Criminal record review
Credit history review
Psychological screening
Initial interview
Polygraph examination
Background investigation
Pre-employment physical examination and completion of a health history questionnaire
Pre-employment drug test
Any other requirement determined necessary by the Sheriff’s Department

This process generally takes eight to ten weeks or longer to complete.

Qualified applicants and employees are treated without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, or disability.

For more information about employment opportunities with the Lexington County Sheriff's Department, contact our recruiter Sergeant Dan Rusinyak at 803-785-JOIN(5646)

Job Purpose

Performs assigned duties of the position for the County and responds to calls for service; enforces all local, federal and state laws relating to public safety and welfare. Works under stressful, high-risk conditions.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

♦ Enforces all local, federal and state laws relating to public safety and welfare; performs all duties in compliance
with applicable policies, procedures, laws, regulations and standards of safety.

♦ Performs routine patrol duties, including but not limited to patrolling assigned areas of the County, responding to emergency calls and/or public calls for assistance, maintaining order and public safety, apprehending and arresting law violators and criminal suspects, issuing traffic citations/summonses, transporting prisoners and mental patients.

♦ Assists with criminal investigations. Interviews witnesses, complainants and victims; gathers physical evidence and preserves it for court; provides case follow-up as needed.

♦ Prepares cases for prosecution; provides court testimony as necessary.

♦ Participates in special operations as assigned.

♦ Provides courtroom security as assigned.

♦ Maintains assigned equipment and vehicles.

♦ Participates in public relations efforts as necessary to maintain a cooperative and positive relationship between the Sheriff’s Office and the community.

♦ Attends periodic training sessions; maintains required level of proficiency in the use of firearms.

♦ Prepares various documents including incident reports, accident reports, investigative reports, pursuit reports, warrants, subpoenas, and case documentation.

♦ Refers to policy and procedure manuals, codes, regulations, laws, maps, statutes, and training manuals.

♦ Operates/uses a variety of police equipment, which may include a police vehicle, firearms, Datamaster, radar; operates various types of office equipment, machinery and tools in the performance of duties such as a computer, printer, adding machine, radio equipment, telephones, tape recorder, fax machine, copier.

Supplemental Functions

♦ Performs other similar duties as required.

Job Specifications and Qualifications

Knowledge:
♦ Policies, procedures and methods of the Sheriff’s Department;
♦ Structure, functions and inter-relationships of state and local law enforcement agencies;
♦ Up-to-date law enforcement procedures;
♦ Firearms, automotive, radio and other law enforcement equipment;
♦ Legal rights of accused persons and law enforcement;
♦ Criminal behavior and methods of operation;
♦ Civil process;
♦ Other County departments to communicate with their representatives as necessary in carrying out duties and responsibilities;
♦ Layout of local roads and of the locations and characteristics of the various neighborhoods; ♦ Standard tools, materials and practices of the trade;
♦ Occupational hazards and safety precautions of the trade.

Skills:
♦ Operation and care of firearms;
♦ Comprehension, interpretation and application of regulations, procedures and related information;
♦ Basic mathematics;
♦ Reacting quickly to emergency situations;
♦ Written and verbal communication via in-person, phone and email contact.

Education/Experience:
♦ High School diploma or equivalent, with no experience required.

Licensing and Certifications:
♦ Valid South Carolina Driver’s License;
♦ Class I Law Enforcement Certification from the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy

Working Conditions / Physical Requirements:

♦ Exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, up to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly having to move objects.

♦ Positions in this class typically require talking, hearing, seeing, fingering, grasping, standing, walking, repetitive motions, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, climbing, balancing, pushing, pulling, and lifting. Positions in this class may be exposed to moving mechanical parts, odors, dusts, poor ventilation, chemicals, oils, extreme temperatures, inadequate lighting, intense noises, gases, workspace restrictions, and vibrations.

Application Process:

All applicants must complete a Lexington County Sheriff's Department application. Applications can be obtained at the front lobby of the Sheriff's Department located at 521 Gibson Road, Lexington, South Carolina; at the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce (SC Works) office located at 671 Main Street, West Columbia, SC 29170; or visiting our website at www.joinLCSD.com

Please complete the application accurately and completely, especially concerning past employers and reference information (giving FULL addresses, telephone numbers, etc.). Questionnaires may be mailed to any references, current and past employers you indicate in your application, therefore, correct mailing addresses are critical. The Department accepts applications on a continual basis. Completed applications can be turned in at the front desk of the Sheriff's Department, which is open 24 hours a day, or to the above listed SC Works location, from 8:30 a.m. through 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Completed applications may also be mailed to the Department at the following address:

Lexington County Sheriff's Department
Attn: Human Resources Division
PO Box 639
Lexington, SC 29072

The following documents are required in order for your application to be processed:

  • Copy of Birth Certificate
  • Copy of Social Security Card
  • Copy of High School Diploma or GED
  • Copy of a valid S.C. Driver’s License
  • Certified ten-year driving record (You must provide a copy of your driving record from every state you have been licensed to drive within the past ten years.)
  • Credit report (This can be obtained from companies such as Equifax, Experian, etc. These are listed in the yellow pages of the phone directory under “Credit Reporting Agencies” and also at the bottom of this page.)
  • Copy of form DD-214 (if a Veteran)
  • Copies of other documents which may be applicable to employment (i.e. Certifications, training documents, diplomas, etc.)

You will be contacted within several weeks of the submission of your application. If your application is satisfactory, you will be given a date and time to attend applicant testing. Following testing, applicants are placed in an applicant pool along with others who have successfully completed the applicant process to that point. The most qualified applicants are then chosen to continue in the process. If rejected, an applicant may reapply one year after being turned down for employment.
Major Credit Reporting Agencies
Equifax (www.equifax.com or 1-800-685-1111)
Experian (www.experian.com or 1-888-397-3742)
TransUnion (www.transunion.com or 1-800-888-4213)

 

Lexington County Sheriff's Department Detention Deputy

Salary $43,847 - $50,444                                                  $5,000 NEW HIRE INCENTIVE

JOB REQUIREMENTS

All applicants must meet the following minimum requirements to be considered for employment. Additional requirements for the positions of Patrol Deputy and Detention Deputy are outlined separately below:

Minimum Requirements for all Positions

· Must be at least 18 years of age

· Must have a High School diploma or GED.

· Must have a clear criminal history.

· Must be a United States citizen.

· Driving record must not show a disregard for the law.

· Credit history must show sound financial management with the ability to keep accounts paid up-to-date.

· Results of all pre-employment tests and interviews must meet standards.

· Past employment record must be satisfactory.

· Must pass a drug test.

· Medical examination results must show that you are capable of performing all of the essential functions of the job for which you are applying, with reasonable accommodation.

PRE-EMPLOYMENT SELECTION PROCESS
The Sheriff’s Department’s pre-employment selection process consists of the following elements:

Driving record review
Criminal record review
Credit history review
Psychological screening
Initial interview
Polygraph examination
Background investigation
Pre-employment physical examination and completion of a health history questionnaire
Pre-employment drug test
Any other requirement determined necessary by the Sheriff’s Department

This process generally takes eight to ten weeks or longer to complete.

Qualified applicants and employees are treated without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, or disability.

For more information about employment opportunities with the Lexington County Sheriff's Department, contact our recruiter Sergeant Dan Rusinyak at 803-785-JOIN(5646)

Job Purpose

Provides for the safety of staff and inmates and the security of the detention facility; supervises inmate activities, and performs related corrections work as assigned.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

♦ Maintains the security and safety of the County’s detention facility, inmates and staff through implementation of established policies and procedures.
♦ Monitors jail access and egress.
♦ Monitors security cameras, alarm systems, automated locking systems and other specialized security equipment.
♦ Patrols facility to ensure security; inspects locking and security devices and doors for proper working condition.
♦ Processes and books inmates; searches, photographs and fingerprints inmates; secures inmates’ property and issues clothing and supplies; establishes inmate records and accounts; completes medical screenings; receives and processes inmates for weekend sentences; escorts inmates to proper housing locations.
♦ Performs initial classification of all new arrivals; conducts NCIC background checks on new inmates.
♦ Supervises meals, visitation, recreation and exercise, telephone privileges, counseling, court visits, movement within the facility, and medical attention; conducts head counts regularly.
♦ Maintains key and tool control.
♦ Supervises inmate workers.
♦ Ensures that inmates are provided with appropriate sanitary conditions, clothing and supplies; administers First Aid and/or CPR as required.
♦ Routinely searches inmates, cells, kitchen and other inmate-accessible areas for contraband and other safety and security hazards.
♦ Observes and maintains orderly conduct among inmate population; subdues unruly or violent individuals; responds to emergency situations on jail property; investigates incidents, crimes, disputes, abuse of drugs, etc., among inmates.

Job Specifications and Qualifications

Knowledge:
♦ Methods, organization, and operation of a County detention facility;
♦ Structure, functions, and inter-relationships of state and local law enforcement agencies and detention facilities;
♦ Enforcement procedures;
♦ Methods of detention and incarceration;
♦ Firearms, restraining devices, automotive, radio, and other law enforcement and security equipment;
♦ State and federal law, departmental and county policies, and state and federal standards pertaining to corrections.

Skills:
♦ Comprehending, interpreting, and applying regulations, laws, and detention methods and techniques;
♦ Written and verbal communication via in-person, phone, and email contact;
♦ Utilizing taser equipment and restraining devices;
♦ Reacting calmly in emergency and stressful situations.

Education/Experience:
♦ High School diploma or equivalent, with no experience required.

Licensing and Certifications:
♦ Class II Basic Jail Certification from the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy;
♦ Valid South Carolina Driver's License;
♦ CPR and First Aid certifications.

Working Conditions / Physical Requirements:

♦ Exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, up to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly having to move objects.
♦ Positions in this class typically require fingering, talking, hearing, seeing, grasping, standing, walking, repetitive motions, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, climbing, balancing, pushing, pulling, and lifting.
♦ Positions in this class may be exposed to moving mechanical parts, odors, dusts, poor ventilation, chemicals, oils, extreme temperatures, inadequate lighting, intense noises, gases, workspace restrictions, and vibrations.

Application Process:

All applicants must complete a Lexington County Sheriff's Department application. Applications can be obtained at the front lobby of the Sheriff's Department located at 521 Gibson Road, Lexington, South Carolina; at the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce (SC Works) office located at 671 Main Street, West Columbia, SC 29170; or visiting our website at www.joinLCSD.com (online application available)

Please complete the application accurately and completely, especially concerning past employers and reference information (giving FULL addresses, telephone numbers, etc.). Questionnaires may be mailed to any references, current and past employers you indicate in your application, therefore, correct mailing addresses are critical. The Department accepts applications on a continual basis. Completed applications can be turned in at the front desk of the Sheriff's Department, which is open 24 hours a day, or to the above listed SC Works location, from 8:30 a.m. through 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Completed applications may also be mailed to the Department at the following address:

Lexington County Sheriff's Department
Attn: Human Resources Division
PO Box 639
Lexington, SC 29072

The following documents are required in order for your application to be processed:

· Copy of Birth Certificate

· Copy of Social Security Card

· Copy of High School Diploma or GED

· Copy of a valid S.C. Driver’s License

· Certified ten-year driving record (You must provide a copy of your driving record from every state you have been licensed to drive within the past ten years.)

· Credit report (This can be obtained from companies such as Equifax, Experian, etc. These are listed in the yellow pages of the phone directory under “Credit Reporting Agencies” and also at the bottom of this page.)

· Copy of form DD-214 (if a Veteran)

· Copies of other documents which may be applicable to employment (i.e. Certifications, training documents, diplomas, etc.)

You will be contacted within several weeks of the submission of your application. If your application is satisfactory, you will be given a date and time to attend applicant testing. Following testing, applicants are placed in an applicant pool along with others who have successfully completed the applicant process to that point. The most qualified applicants are then chosen to continue in the process. If rejected, an applicant may reapply one year after being turned down for employment.
Major Credit Reporting Agencies
Equifax (www.equifax.com or 1-800-685-1111)
Experian (www.experian.com or 1-888-397-3742)
TransUnion (www.transunion.com or 1-800-888-4213)'

 

Job title

Certified Police Officer - School Resource Officer

Organization

Travelers Rest Police Department

Category

Police

Employee status

Full time

Position hours

7 AM to 3 PM Monday through Friday and some rotating shift work when school is not in session

Description 1 of 3

Provide highly responsible law enforcement and crime prevention functions for the Police Department at the Greenville County School District’s educational institutions (i.e., elementary, middle, and high schools) inside the city. Must have the ability to work independently, work well with others, and perform in a team environment daily. Negotiation, persuasion, tact, and diplomacy are essential for effectively performing these tasks. Officers inside the schools enforce laws and ordinances, investigate crimes, arrests offenders, respond to medical calls, civil disputes, and mentor students.

Description 2 of 3

Patrols City streets, parks, commercial and residential areas to preserve the peace and enforce the law,
control vehicular traffic, prevent or detect and investigate misconduct involving misdemeanors, felonies
and other law violations, and to otherwise serve and protect. Responds to emergency radio calls and
investigates accidents, robberies, civil disturbances, domestic disputes, fights, drunkenness, missing
children, prowlers, abuse of drugs, etc.; takes appropriate law enforcement action.

Description 3 of 3

Interrogates suspects, witnesses and drivers; preserves evidence; arrests violators; investigates and
renders assistance at vehicular accidents; summons ambulances and other law enforcement vehicles.
Conducts follow up investigations of crimes committed during assigned shift; seeks out and questions
victim, witnesses and suspects; develops leads and tips; searches scenes of crimes for clues; analyzes
and evaluates evidence and arrests offenders; prepares cases for giving testimony and testifies in court
proceedings. Investigates criminal law violations occurring within the City limits.

Qualification 1 of 3

Must be 21 years or older at the time of employment; must possess, or be able to obtain by time of hire, a
valid South Carolina driver's license without record of suspension or revocation; U.S. citizen; must be able
to read and write the English language and have a High school diploma or equivalent. Felony convictions
and disqualifying criminal histories within the past seven years are not allowed and must be of good moral
character and of temperate and industrious habits.

Qualification 2 of 3

Knowledge of or the ability to learn the applicable laws, ordinances, and department rules and regulations;
ability to perform work requiring good physical condition; ability to communicate effectively orally and in
writing; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with subordinates, peers and
supervisors; ability to exercise sound judgment in evaluating situations and in making decisions; ability to
follow verbal and written instructions; ability to meet the special requirements listed below; ability to learn
the City's geography.

Qualification 3 of 3

A successful graduate of the SC Criminal Justice Academy Basic Training.

Pay info

$43,848 - $50,999 ($21.09/hour to $24.51/hour) based upon experience (Benefits package includes state
retirement and health, dental, vision, and life insurance options)

How to apply

Applications are available at: www.travelersrestsc.com under Government, Police Department, and Job Opportunities and at Travelers Rest City Hall, 125 Trailblazer Drive, Travelers Rest, SC 29690.
Submit completed and signed applications (resume optional) to Chief Benjamin Ford, Travelers Rest
Police Department, 125 Trailblazer Drive, Travelers Rest, SC 29690, or email to [email protected].

Web link to the job description

https://travelersrestsc.com/businesses/departments/police-department/employment/

Deadline

7/22/2022

Equal Opportunity Employer statement

The City of Travelers Rest is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The city does not discriminate based on
race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, or disability.

Main contact for this job posting

Benjamin Ford

Main contact's email

[email protected]

Main contact's phone number

(864) 834-9029

 

 

 

 

 

SO

 

Dispatcher in Police Department

Position hours: 2 p.m. to 2 a.m. shifts

 Job Duties:

  • Answers incoming calls for the Police and Fire Departments and responds appropriately by receiving pertinent information from the caller, dispatching proper units as required, relaying information to proper agencies, and/or taking messages as appropriate.  Coordinates emergency calls and relays information and assistance requests involving other public safety agencies.
  • Enters, updates, and retrieves information from teletype networks relating to wanted persons, stolen property, and vehicle registrations.
  • Maintains contact with all units on assignment; maintains status and location of field units; answers non-emergency and maintenance services calls for assistance; monitors alarms and dispatches assistance as needed.
  • Performs a variety of general duties in support of the Police Department such as record keeping, filing, and indexing.  Maintains a variety of documents relating to public safety activities and prepares related reports as requested.
  • Operates a variety of public safety telecommunications equipment and tests and inspects the equipment as required.

 Qualifications:

  • High school diploma and on-the-job training plus NCIC and CPR certifications or any equivalent combination of education and experience which provides the required skills, knowledge and abilities.

Pay info: Salary range $41,080.23 to $57,513.36 (FY 22–23) with budgeted merit and cost-of-living increases. Excellent benefits package includes 13 holidays and participation in the State Retirement System, the SC Deferred Compensation Plan, and the State Health Plan with the employee’s health insurance and basic dental premiums paid by the city.

How to apply: Application is available on line at www.westcolumbiasc.gov and at the Customer Service Counter in the West Columbia City Hall located at 200 N. 12th Street, West Columbia, SC 29169.  Completed and signed applications may be mailed to Assistant Police Chief Bruce Wade, PO Box 4044, West Columbia, SC 29171-4044, emailed to [email protected], or faxed to (803) 939-2780.

Deadline: Open until filled.

The city of West Columbia is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  The city does not discriminate based on race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, or disability.

 

 

ANDERSON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT FIVE

POSITION OVERVIEW TITLE: Executive Director of Safety/ Security
STATUS/FLSA: Full-time / Exempt
PAY SCHEDULE/GROUP: DISTRICT LEVEL
SUPERVISOR: Assistant Superintendent for Operational Services
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: 240 Days. Salary determined by schedule set by the Board/Salary Range: $76,407-$119,087

EVALUATION: Evaluated annually by the Assistant Superintendent for Operational Services

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The purpose of this position is to provide leadership for school and district administrators for the administration and coordination of the security and emergency management program for the school district and its school/facilities. This position provides leadership during critical incidents and collaborates and coordinates with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies and emergency responders. The ultimate goal is to ensure safe and secure schools and workplaces.

 ESSENTIAL DUTIES

 Works with school and district administrators and members of law enforcement to review and update existing security measures and plans. ( Includes a risk assessment)

Fosters a culture of physical security awareness by conducting training sessions and communicating with personnel.

Presents updated security policies and procedures to district and building level administrators.

Develops and manages a budget for security and safety.

Is knowledgeable of district policies, state and federal laws, and regulations dealing with school security and safety.
Is trained in first aid and CPR procedures.

Analyzes data to develop safety procedures and protocol.

Serves as the primary liaison between the school district and other public safety and emergency management agencies.

Works with district and school administrators and law enforcement to conduct safety/ security drills.

Provides feedback to district and school administrators after drills are conducted.

Maintains confidentiality.

Advises and makes recommendations to the Superintendent, Chief Operating Officer, Senior Leadership Team and Board of Trustees on matters covered under assigned areas of responsibility.

Performs other related duties as assigned.

EDUCATION A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/ university

EXPERIENCE  Five years, minimum, supervisory experience in a law enforcement or emergency management field

QUALIFICATIONS
Good interpersonal and communication skills (verbal and written)

Detailed understanding of best security practices and the laws governing these practices

Valid driver’s license

Good organizational skills

Ability to multi-task

Maintains a professional demeanor in stressful conditions

Knowledgeable of surveillance equipment

Excellent management and supervisory skills

Strong analytical and problem solving skills

Proficient in communication software and application

 PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

Able to lift up to 25 pounds occasionally
Ability to travel throughout the district’s facilities as required to conduct safety inspections
Periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer
Periods of standing and walking
The Executive Director of Security and Safety is subject to be available on a 24 hour basis.

LICENSES Valid Driver’s License

 

USC Aiken University Police 

Law Enforcement Officer I (2 positions available), $36,900 - $42,000 Per Year/Salary commensurate with experience/education, USC Aiken University Police  

Officer will provide law enforcement, security and protection for the campus. Duty hours include nights and weekends.  High school diploma required.  One year experience in public safety/law enforcement preferred.  Certified through the SC Justice Academy also preferred.   Must be 21 years of age, be physically qualified and have no criminal record.  Must pass a background investigation, complete the SC Criminal Justice Academy and be certified by the SC Law Enforcement Training Council before assuming police duties.  Must receive certification as a Medical First Responder.  All applicants must have a valid SC driver’s license to operate a motor vehicle.  This position will require that the successful candidate pass a pre-employment alcohol and drug test as well as be subject to random, post incident/accident, reasonable suspicion and rehabilitation monitoring drug and alcohol testing consistent with USC HR Policy 1.95, Drug and Alcohol Testing.  Apply on-line at: https://uscjobs.sc.edu/postings/113138.
Position is open until filled. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.  USC Aiken is an AA/EOE. 

 

Patrol Corporal (Law Enforcement Officer II), Salary: $42,435 per year/Salary commensurate with education/experience, USC Aiken University Police 

 

The Law Enforcement Officer II/Patrol Corporal provides law enforcement, security, and protection for the University of South Carolina Community and property. Serves as the first line supervisor of a team of officers. These are certified police officers in accordance with SC Code of Laws, empowered with full arrest and police authority statewide. They enforce state laws, National Advocacy Center rules and regulations, and University rules and regulations. Executes duties of a patrol officer, provides VIP detail security, assists with critical incidents, and provides emergency first response. Work shifts may vary from week to week. Must work overtime and weekends as required. High school diploma and 2 years of related experience. Must be 21 years of age, be physically qualified and have no criminal record. Must pass a background investigation and complete the SC Criminal Justice Academy and be certified by the SC Law Enforcement Training Council before assuming police duties. Duty hours include nights and weekends. Must receive certification as a Medical First Responder. This position will require that the successful candidate pass a pre-employment alcohol and drug test as well as be subject to random, post incident /accident, reasonable suspicion and rehabilitation monitoring drug and alcohol testing consistent with USC HR Policy 1.95, Drug and Alcohol Testing. Have a valid license to operate a motor vehicle. Apply online at:https://uscjobs.sc.edu/postings/117799.  Application Deadline: April 14, 2022. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.  USC Aiken is an AA/EOE.

 

Clemson University Police Department

SC LEO I Certified? You may be eligible for a $7500.00 Signing Bonus!!! – Clemson University Police Department is currently offering a $7500.00 signing bonus for SC LEO I Certified Officers.

Clemson University Police Department is currently accepting applications for: 

Law Enforcement Officer I – EOD K-9 Handler

JOB DUTIES:

75% - Essential - Works in tandem with a trained EOD K-9. K-9 Handler must provide daily care, both during and after work hours, manage veterinary care, for the assigned K-9. Must be available for call-outs as required. Work most special events occurring on campus with the need to work flexible schedules in addition to accomplishing other duties as required. K-9 Handlers are required to accomplish other duties as required in the area of community action events, training, and patrol. Performs all Law Enforcement responsibilities with or without K9 assistance.

10% - Essential - Law Enforcement
Patrols assigned area to detect violations and enforce State, County and Municipal laws, rules and regulations for the protection and security of persons and property of Clemson University. Directs pedestrian and vehicular traffic. Installs and removes traffic control devices as needed. Issues summons and takes enforcement action when needed. Participates in traffic safety programs and initiatives. Exercises arrest powers as appropriate. Completes booking reports, fingerprints and photographs. Responds to disturbances, performs investigations, collects evidence and completes reports.

5% - Essential - Investigating and Crime Scene Management:
Investigates complaints and interviews victims, witnesses, and participants. Photographs and sketches crime scenes. Collects evidence and informs superiors. Works field incidents to completion and conducts investigation follow ups as needed

5% - Essential - Civic Responsibilities:
Performs duties associated with crime prevention. Assists disabled motorists. Reports safety hazards, prepares police reports and other activity reports. Conducts public outreach/engagement activities. Practices modern, community-oriented policing concepts and supports the CUPD/Residential Life Housing Liaison program

5% - Essential - Administrative Support:
Prepares cases for court presentation. Presents cases in the Clemson University Municipal Court. Forwards documents for Circuit Court cases to the Solicitor's Office and testifies in court.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

Education -  High School or Equivalent

Must be LEO I Certified with minimum of 2 years+  LEO experience

Successfully complete the Physical Ability Test (PAT) assessment

 Demonstrate the ability to lift 50 pounds

Have no known allergies to chemicals commonly used in explosive devices

 Live within 25 miles of Clemson University (Center point of campus)

 Enclosed area for K-9 exercise (fence or run) prior to assign

PREFERRED REQUIREMENTS:

Education -  Associate's Degree in Criminal Justice, or related field

Work Experience -  2+ years

 STARTING SALARIES:

 Non-Certified Officer (Pre-Academy) = $40,148

 Certified Police Officer  =  $42,155

 Police Officer I (1 year experience) $44,263

 Police Officer II (3 years experience) $46,475

 Senior Police Officer (5 years experience) $48,799

 Master Police Officer (7 years experience) $51,237

 In addition to base pay CUPD offers Shift Supplements:

Day Shift 12-hour Sworn Officers  $2088 per year

Night Shift 12-hour Sworn Officers $4176 per year 

To Apply go to:   clemson.edu/careers

 For additional information please contact:  Lt. Steven Cannon [email protected] or Stephanie O’Shields [email protected]   

 

 


 


 

Monks Corner Police Department          

Position: Chief of Police
Date Posted: May 2022
Salary: $86,145 - $97,990 annually
Hours:  Full-Time
Application Deadline: until filled 
The Town of Moncks Corner is seeking a committed, highly skilled, and motivated individual as 
Police Chief to lead the Town’s state accredited Police Department. The Police Chief is responsible for the effective and professional management 
and development of the Moncks Corner Police Department. The primary responsibilities of this position are to 
administer and oversee all policing activities and plans, organize and direct departmental activities, ensure that 
laws and ordinances are enforced, and measures are implemented to prevent crimes and to protect lives and 
property. Additionally, this role will include advising senior Town and other officials in developing, coordinating, 
and overseeing the implementation of police operations. The Police Chief reports to the Town Administrator and is responsible for overseeing a department comprised of 41.5 full-time employees, including 37 full-time sworn police officers. This law enforcement agency is supported by an annual operating budget of approximately $3.66 million. The department offers various services to address specific problems and to increase citizen awareness and participation in crime prevention. These services include patrol, victim’s assistance, school resource officers, bicycle patrol, forensic services, drug enforcement, investigations and more. 

The Moncks Corner Police Department is committed to serving our community by providing a safe environment for citizens to live, work, raise families, and enhance their quality of life by providing excellent law enforcement, maintaining a high standard of professional accountability to our citizens, and serving all people of the Town of Moncks Corner with dignity, respect, fairness, and compassion.  

The Police Chief is expected to be engaged both internally and externally, trusting staff to manage incidents while coordinating with officers, fellow department heads, citizens, and partners in multiple jurisdictional agreements.  A 

desirable Police Chief, according to Police Department staff, is much more than an effective administrator, operating with impeccable honesty, judgement, integrity, commitment, and demonstrating outstanding leadership skills 

through organizational improvement and effective recruiting. 

The ideal candidate will be team-oriented, able to cultivate a collaborative culture within the Department and be able to work cooperatively while also possessing exceptional leadership and communications skills. Proactive in developing and supporting staff to achieve excellence through increased training, responsibility, productivity, morale, and retention. 

The Town is seeking candidates with experience in a diverse community, a track record of community involvement, and an ability to establish strong relationships with neighborhoods and the business community. They must be an innovative partner with other law enforcement agencies and other governmental agencies, Town staff and the Town Council. They will understand and embrace how technology and social media can enhance effective public safety and be considered a subject matter expert with experience across functional areas: patrol, support services, investigations, and other specialized units. Being knowledgeable regarding the use of data-driven approach and prevent crime, and community-oriented policing, they would have a practice of consistently updating personal knowledge regarding public policy, public perception, and law enforcement trends. 

The Town desires a candidate that has strong diplomatic skills and the highest levels of integrity while also serving the public with humility. An outstanding communicator who speaks clearly and transparently. They should also be appreciative of the significance of diversity within all aspects of the department and community and have innovative solutions to attracting, retaining, and promoting outstanding individuals who look like the community they serve.   

 

About the Community:   Situated by Lake Moultrie and its 210 miles of gorgeous shoreline, Moncks Corner is a haven of relaxation and old-fashioned values on the edge of the bustling Charleston, South Carolina Metropolitan Area.  While we’ve nearly doubled in size over the last decade, our vision is clear – to be a town where families come first, and quality of life is the goal. 

Moncks Corner is the seat of Berkeley County and features a population of over 14,000 in a county of 240,000 residents.  Our diverse economy encompasses government, healthcare, financial services, and technology.  Major regional employers include Google, Boeing, and Volvo.  Moncks Corner is also the home of regional utilities Santee Cooper, Berkeley Electric Cooperative, and Home Telecom. The Town’s Regional Recreation Complex provides several sports activities to thousands of participants each year and serves as home to our numerous festivals and celebrations including our Fourth of July Street Dance and monthlong Celebrate the Season every December.  And, if you love the outdoor lifestyle, the Town is located less than fifteen minutes from Santee Canal Park, Cypress Gardens, Mepkin Abbey, the Cooper River, and Francis Marion National Forest.  South Carolina’s beautiful beaches are less than an hour away.

Key Priorities of the Next Police Chief: 

•    Evaluating the department to assess what alignment and changes are needed to initiate and implement best practices;  leveraging internal talent while evaluating recruitment challenges for attraction and retention of staff; 

•    Ensuring a community-oriented policing philosophy permeates all levels of the organization and continues to build community trust; and,   einvigorating relationships with education partners, community organizations, local and regional law enforcement, and intergovernmental organizations. 

 The selected candidate must possess a valid South Carolina and a bachelor’s degree 

Qualifications: Public Administration or Criminal Justice with 10 years of experience in law enforcement, at least five of which have been at the management level; or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the duties of the position. Master’s degree and graduate of the FBI National Academy preferred.                                                                                                                Driver’s License and reside within the Town’s corporate limits within six months (exceptions to residency will be considered on a case-by-case basis). If selected, a candidate must have successfully completed the required courses through the South Carolina Department of Public Safety and hold required certifications within six months. 

How to apply: Qualified candidates please submit your cover letter, resume and complete application to: 

Jeff Lord, Town Administrator 

Town of Moncks Corner 118 Carolina Avenue 
Moncks Corner, SC 29461 

 

 Applications are available online by visiting the Town's website: 

www.monckscornersc.gov/employment.    

This position is open until filled; first review of applicants will occur on Wednesday, June 15, 2022. Following this date, resumes will be screened, and interviews will be offered by the Town to those candidates most closely aligned with the Town’s needs, with reference, background, credit, and academic verifications conducted after receiving candidates’ permission. The selected candidate will be subject to a comprehensive background review. For more information, please contact: Jeff Lord at jeff[email protected]ckscornersc.gov. 

 

 


Allendale Police Department

Position: Chief of Police
Date Posted: May 2022
Hours:  Full-Time
Application Deadline: May 6, 2022 

 

Description: The Town of Allendale is accepting applications for a Police Chief. Responsible for the effective and professional management and development of the Town’s Police Department.  Located in the Lower Savannah Region of South Carolina, our community sits south of Augusta, Georgia and north of Hilton Head Island and is approximately 35 miles from Interstate 95. The Town is the county seat of Allendale County. Supervises, trains, directs, counsels, evaluates, and disciplines subordinates. Consults with the Town Administrator and Town government officials to determine and plan department services. 

Enforces federal and state law, and Town Code of Ordinances. 

Qualifications: 

Education, training and experience commensurate with the completion of a course of study related to the occupational field.  A minimum of 10 years of law enforcement experience is preferred.  Three years of law enforcement experience equivalent to police sergeant or higher is required.  Any equivalent combination of education and experience is acceptable. 
Ability to meet and maintain current requirements set forth by the South Carolina Law Enforcement Training Council.  Preference will be given to applicants who have completed the Police Chief training program. 

Must be a U.S. Citizen who can read and write the English language. 

Possession of or ability obtain a South Carolina Driver’s License. 

Successful work history review, driver’s license check, drug test, and criminal background check. 

How to apply 

Submit letter of interest, resume and 3 references to Town of Allendale Re: Police Chief PO Box 551 

Allendale, SC 29810-0551 or email [email protected] 

 


 

Department of Juvenile Justice            

Position: Public Safety Officer I
Date Posted: May 2022
Hours:  Part-Time
Application Deadline: until filled 

JOB SUMMARY

Under general supervision of the Chief of Public Safety, will respond to and resolve calls for service, perform law enforcement duties by patrolling S.C. Department of Juvenile Justice Campuses to ensure the safety and security of persons and property. 
Conducts perimeter patrols of all areas with DJJ Institutional grounds on a regular and non-scheduled basis.
Responds to calls for service/assistance.
Observes, instructs, corrects, investigates, and reports persons or incidents involving, but limited to, suspected break-ins, tampering, vandalism, thefts, property damage, safety hazards, smoke, fire obstructions and conditions or violations contrary to the best interest of institution.
Transports juvenile(s) as required for medical appointments, funerals, etc. in and/or out state.
Prepares written reports of investigation based on his or her actions. Investigates all escapes from institutions upon apprehension of juvenile(s).
Investigates motor vehicle collisions on DJJ property.
Escorts unauthorized, unruly visitors, or terminated employee(s) off DJJ Campuses.
Temporary in charge of a shift in the absence of a supervisor as needed.
Perform other related duties as required by supervisor.

Minimum and Additional Requirements:

Agency Requirements: High School Diploma

Special Necessary Requirements:  Certification by the Law Enforcement Training Council in accordance with 23-23-40 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina 1976. Some positions require a commercial driver's license.

Note: If any Agency Requirements are listed above, applicants must also meet those requirements to be considered for the position. Salary may vary depending on experience and qualifications. Candidates must present documentation of their attainment of college degree(s) at the time of interview. Documentation must be either an official or unofficial copy of the college transcript or Letter of Verification of Degree from the institution's Registrar's Office. If the candidate selected for the position provided an unofficial copy, it must be replaced with an official copy on or before the HR processing date.

Preferred Qualifications:

Preferred: High School Diploma, South Carolina Class One Certified Law Enforcement Officer with a minimum of one (1) year experience or related experience ie military service.
Ability to communicate verbally and in writing to prepare reports
Ability to prioritize multiple competing priorities during high stress situations
Perform general police work such as maintaining order during emergencies, participating in vehicle and employee searches, be on alert for suspicious activities, drugs, theft, contraband, and juvenile abuse
Patrol assigned area to prevent crime and detect violations of law
Investigate traffic collisions
Escort unruly visitors off campus
Performs emergency and routine juvenile transport
Provides a safe environment for the juvenile(s), visitor(s) and employee(s) of DJJ
Work under general supervision by Administrator of Public Safety while using judgment to proceed in routine matters in accordance with standard practices
Annual scheduled performance reviews supervised by the Chief of Public Safety via reports, schedule meetings and personal contacts.
On call for emergencies 24 hours per day
Essential Position: Candidate should possess high moral, character, someone stable and nature and able to withstand a background investigation
Must be able to work with aggressive delinquent juveniles daily in accordance with SCDJJ Policies and Procedures
Must be able to lift 50+ lbs., sits 1-3 hours per day: stand 1-3 hours per day, walk 1-3 hours per day and ability to work varied hours to meet organizational needs
Deal with confidential and sensitive information
Ability to prioritize multiple competing priorities during stress situations and overnight travel may be required.
This position performs job duties relating to the custody, control, transportation, or recapture of juveniles within the jurisdiction of the Department of Juvenile Justice and the employee may have direct and indirect contact with juveniles within the jurisdiction of the Department of Juvenile Justice. 
Training applicable to these duties will be provided. 

Applications are incomplete if you fail to answer all supplemental questions, education, and work history. Incomplete applications are not referred to hiring managers. Applications are accepted until 5:00 p.m. on the stated closing date.

You will be asked to provide a certified transcript if selected for a position requiring a degree. A background investigation will be conducted that may include, but not limited to, criminal records, driver's license, and child abuse registry prior to an offer of employment. Additionally, a medical examination and drug testing may be required. Please provide an explanation for any gaps in employment. A resume maybe attached with your application, but not substituted for completing the work history section of the application.

The South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice offers an exceptional benefits package for FTE positions that includes:

  • Health, Dental, Vision, Long Term Disability, and Life Insurance for Employee, Spouse, and Children
  • 15 days annual (vacation) leave per year
  • 15 days sick leave per year
  • 13 paid holidays
  • State Retirement Plan and Deferred Compensation Programs

Must work at least 30 hours to be benefits eligible.

Where to apply:  You may apply at www.careers.sc.gov.

If there are questions, please contact: DJJ Recruiter: Eloise Davis at 803-609-1420 or [email protected]

 


 

 

 Lancaster County Sheriff's Office  

Position: Patrol Deputy and Detention Officer                                                

Job Type: Full-Time

Career Ladder:

Deputy- $50,000- $55,000 - Less than 2 years Education incentives- AS +3%, BS +6%, MA +9%

Deputy First Class- $52,500- $57,500 2-4 Years Education incentives- AS +3%, BS +6%, MA +9%

$54,000- $59,000 4-6 years Education incentives- AS +3%, BS +6%, MA +9%

Lance Corporal- $60,000- $65,000 6-8 years

Senior Deputy- $62,000- $67,000 8 years

Master Deputy- $64,000-68,000 15+ years

Correction Officer I- $45,000- $49,500 Less than 2 years Education incentives- AS +3%, BS +6%, MA +9%

Correction Officer II- $47,000- $52,500 2-4 years Education incentives- AS +3%, BS +6%, MA +9%

$49,000- $55,000 4-6 years Education incentives- AS +3%, BS +6%, MA +9%

Correction Officer III- $52,500- $58,000 6-8 years

$54,500- $60,000 8-10 years

Senior Correction Officer- $56,000- $62,000 10+ years

Benefits:

· Competitive Career Ladder Pay Scale

· State of South Carolina Blue Cross Blue Shield Health & Dental Insurance

· EyeMed Vision Insurance

· SC Police Retirement

Tuition Reimbursement program

· Long Term Disability

· Family Medical Leave

· Paid Annual Leave and Sick Time (accrued bi-weekly)

· Bi-weekly Pay Schedule

· On-site Health Clinic

· Employee Wellness Programs

· Free Sheriff's Office Gym

· Discount YMCA Membership

· Optional 401K and Deferred Comp Plans

· Optional Short Term Disability (Colonial Life)

 

Deadline: Until Filled

Benefits:  

  • Competitive Career Ladder Pay Scale
  • State of South Carolina Blue Cross Blue Shield Health & Dental Insurance 
  • EyeMed Vision Insurance 
  • SC Police Retirement 
  • Long Term Disability 
  • Family Medical Leave 
  • Paid Annual Leave and Sick Time (accrued bi-weekly)
  • Bi-weekly Pay Schedule 
  • On-site Health Clinic 
  • Employee Wellness Programs 
  • Free Sheriff's Office Gym 
  • Discount YMCA Membership 
  • Optional 401K and Deferred Comp Plans
  • Optional Short Term Disability (Colonial Life) 

Signing Bonus of $1000 for certified officers and $500 for non-certified.  

For more information and to complete an online application go to www.lacoso.net/employment or contact the recruiter at [email protected] or 803-313-2080.

 


 

Batesburg-Leesville PD

Police Chief

 

Overview

 

The Town of Batesburg-Leesville is seeking highly qualified applicants for the position of Chief of Police.   The successful candidate will have exceptional leadership, management and community relations skills and will have the ability to build collaborative relationships with the diverse stakeholder groups within the Town of Batesburg-Leesville.

More Information Here

 


 

Lexington Police Department

Position: Police Officer                                 

Date Posted: January 2022
Hours:  Full Time
Salary: $43,865 
Application Deadline: until filled 

 

"Are you ready to join us in "Building a Partnership in the Community We Serve"?

The Lexington Police Department is accepting applications in anticipation of hiring several officers in the coming months.

We offer competitive salaries, excellent benefits, training opportunities, and recently updated policies to allow trimmed beards and visible tattoos while in uniform.

The starting salary begins at $43,865 with an additional pay increase of 1.5% for an Associate's Degree or 3% for a Bachelor's Degree, bilingual candidates, or prior certified law enforcement experience.  After three years, officers reach the mid-point in their pay grade which is currently $52,638.

Have questions? Check out the Lexington Police Department website for more information. http://lexsc.com/503/Employment-Opportunities"

 


Denmark Technical College Police Department

 

Position: Public Safety Officer                                 

Date Posted: October 6, 2021
Hours:  Full Time
Salary: $28,215.00 - $40,000.00 
Application Deadline: until filled 
NORMAL WORK SCHEDULE: Requires flexible schedule based on business needs. Incumbent 

is considered "essential" staffing. 

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: Under general supervision of the Chief of Public Safety, enforces state/county/municipal laws, patrols campus properties (on foot or in motor vehicle), secures buildings, equipment, and other property on the campus, conducts investigations of criminal offenses, traffic accidents and related infractions, and disturbances, conducts traffic and assist with crowd control. Responsible for keeping records  and making  reports regarding activities.  Provides guidance/assistance to students, faculty, staff, and visitors to DTC, responding to complaints/reports of violations and requests for assistance. Other duties as assigned. 

MINIMUM AND ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: High School diploma and two (2) years of work experience in law enforcement. Certifications from the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy in accordance with Section 23-23-40 of the Code of  Laws of South Carolina 1976, as Amended, to include certification as a State Constable within 30days of hire. Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license. 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: In addition to the minimum qualifications, considerable knowledge of modern police methods, procedures, and practices, as well as the civil rights of an accused person. Ability to enforce laws, investigate accidents, disturbances, and violations. Ability to communicate clearly both orally and in written form. Experience in a secondary or post-secondary educational setting preferred. 

  


 Presbyterian College Campus Police Department

 

Position: Campus Police Sergeant                                    
Date Posted: November 15, 2021
Hours:  Full Time
Salary: Salary is based on education and experience
Application Deadline: until filled 

POSITION: Presbyterian College Campus Police Sergeant – Presbyterian College Campus Police Sergeants are sworn law enforcement officers with full authority to enforce federal, state, municipal laws, and Presbyterian College policies. PC Police Officers are Class 1 certified officers who have completed the twelve weeks of law enforcement instruction at the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy. They are also appointed and commissioned as State Constables by the Governor of South Carolina as provided by South Carolina law.

Functions:

  • Patrol campus properties throughout the shift. Promote public and campus safety in those patrol areas consistent with the concepts of community policing, and department and PC policy, state, local and federal laws. Interact with faculty, university students and citizens who may visit the university.  Primary mode of patrol is vehicle patrol, but also includes foot patrol.
  • May be required to stand for extended periods of time when assigned to fixed posts or required to walk for extended periods of time if assigned to a walking post.
  • Enforce traffic laws and issues warnings or citations to violators.
  • Determines “probable cause” and makes arrests of individuals in compliance with South Carolina Law Enforcement Division and department policy.
  • Monitor radio traffic and respond to all dispatched calls for service in a timely manner.
  • Properly investigates all assigned incidents and documents the findings of the investigation on case reports, supplemental report forms and daily activity logs.
  • Participates in criminal investigations and evidence collection.
  • Interviews victims and witnesses.
  • Enforces college parking and traffic regulations by the issuance of parking and traffic citations
  • Testifies clearly and truthfully during campus conduct hearings and/or court proceedings
  • Provides emergency first aid to injured or ill person(s) and assists in the transportation of these persons when necessary
  • Admits authorized person(s) into locked buildings, facilities and rooms during business and non-business hours
  • Responds to building alarms
  • Responds to fire alarms
  • Conducts fire drills
  • Responds to calls for assistance
  • Diffuses difficult situations and will escort unauthorized individuals off college-owned and controlled property
  • Attends training and continuing education sessions to maintain certifications.
  • Present public education and awareness programs regarding crime.
  • Know and understand the basic elements of criminal violations and be able to identify those calls for service that require response of campus law enforcement.
  • Know and understand the elements of campus student code of conduct violations.
  • Secure incident/crime scenes of serious incidents, making sure that the integrity of the scene and evidence is not compromised, tampered with, altered, contaminated, or left unattended.
  • Conduct checks on residential halls, buildings, grounds, and university property to ensure the prevention of burglary, theft, criminal mischief/vandalism, or fire.
  • Assist with the securing and opening of campus buildings.
  • Must be able to react promptly and correctly in emergency situations.
  • Must be able to defend against attack by use of force to subdue or control an individual or suspect.
  • Must be able to enforce the university rules with firmness, fairness, and impartiality and to deal with the public in a professional manner.
  • Ability to work rotating shifts, nights, evening, weekend, holidays, and after-hours work is required. May be required to report for duty at any time, including during states of emergency, special events and university closings.
  • Ability to work overtime, both scheduled and unscheduled.
  • May include occasional exposure to normal environmental conditions such as sunlight, heat, cold, and rain. Also includes risk of exposure to adverse environmental conditions such as noise, solvents, odors, slippery or uneven surfaces, heights, machinery, adverse weather conditions, and traffic hazards.
  • Observes and reports any faulty or unsafe equipment and/or conditions
  • Assists stranded motorists by jumping dead batteries, changing flat tires and pushing disabled vehicles
  • Provides crowd and/or traffic control during scheduled activities and/or emergency situations
  • Provides security if requested during the transportation of large sums of cash and/or other valuables
  • Provides basic information, direction and assistance to college personnel, students and visitors
  • Must maintain a high standard of professionalism in representation of the College including confidentiality in all aspects of the position.
  • Issues parking permits, ID cards and keys as necessary
  • Activates Emergency Notification System when necessary
  • Assists with Clery Act compliance and documentation
  • Issuing and tracking keys and access control cards
  • Conducts daily vehicle inspections
  • Administers Narcan when necessary
  • Completes annual required training, including taser training, mandatory in-service training, and firearm training.
  • Other duties as assigned

Essential Skills:

  • Moderate physical labor may be required on occasion and working outside in adverse weather conditions is common.
  • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds, to walk up and down stairs, and to walk or stand for extended periods.
  • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality
  • Computer skills in Microsoft excel, word, PowerPoint
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks in a fast paced environment
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision
  • Good conflict resolution / de-escalation skills
  • Ability to tolerate high levels of stress
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills

REQUIRED EDUCATION, LICENSURE, CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION OR OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

  • High School Diploma or GED (Advanced education preferred)
  • Valid Driver’s license
  • Be at least twenty-one (21) years of age (SLED REQUIREMENT)
  • Far visual acuity of at least 20/30 in each eye with or without corrective lenses; Vision capable of distinguishing basic color groups against a favorable background;
  • The ability to obtain SLED Certification or currently have obtained SLED Certification as a Level 1 law enforcement officer.
  • Ability to maintain the requirements set forth in Article 9, Chapter 73, S.C. Code of Regulations (73-400 to 73-422). South Carolina Law Enforcement Division;
  • As a part of the pre-employment process, the selected candidate must be willing to consent to and pass with satisfactory results, an investigative consumer report, SLED background and pre-employment drug screen, driver’s license check, medical exam and psychological exam.

PREFERRED: 

  • Class 1 certified officers who have completed the twelve weeks of law enforcement instruction at the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy.

TO APPLY:

Send a cover letter, résumé and list of three references including contact information to Presbyterian College Office of Human Resources, 503 S. Broad St., Clinton, SC 29325 or email materials to [email protected]

 


 York Technical College Police Department

Position: Law Enforcement Officer I- Campus Police & Safety/Business Services Division                                     
Date Posted: December 2021
Hours:  Full Time
Salary: Position# 021086 (ClassJC10/Slot0002/Band04) State Salary Range: ($28,215.00-$52,203.00) 
Application Deadline: January 3, 2022
MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE:  A high school diploma; certification as a Law Enforcement 

Officer by the South Carolina Justice Academy, a valid driver's license required. Must be at least 21 years 

of age. Two years of related law enforcement experience required.     

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Working knowledge of the laws of the state of South Carolina, 

and the rules and regulations of York Technical College pertaining to campus safety and security, 

including civil rights laws. Ability to investigate accidents, disturbances and violations; deal tactfully and 
effectively with students, faculty, staff and the general public; and pass the state physical examination. 
Effective interpersonal and communication skills. Must be able to work in extreme temperatures (hot/ 

cold). Bending, climbing, standing, reaching, stooping, kneeling, lifting, pushing, pulling, and operating/ 
driving college vehicles. Must be able to lift at least 50lbs, is subject to overnight travel as required.  Must 
be able to work rotating shifts, including nights and weekends.     

SPECIFIC DUTIES  

1. Patrols in Campus Police vehicle and foot patrol, ensuring that the laws of the state of South Carolina and 

rules and regulations of York Technical College are enforced; checks facility security; and investigates 

disturbances and makes arrests as necessary. Must requalify with firearm and successfully complete defensive 

driving requirements as required by department. 

2. Investigates using the correct investigative techniques and reporting findings to supervisors; completes and 

submits reports as required. 

3. Issues citations for both parking and moving violations. 

4. Provides building security: checks doors, walks buildings and reports issues to the Chief of Public Safety 

5. Monitors parking areas/crosswalks and reports any maintenance needs. 

6. Controls traffic during fire drills and emergencies.  Performs other related duties as required. 

To apply, please complete an on-line employment application at www.yorktech.edu/hr or come to the Human 

Resources Department, 452 South Anderson Road, Rock Hill, SC, 29730, to complete an on-line employment 


City of Clemson Police Department

 

Position: Police Officer II - Job 11292021                        
Date Posted: November 2021
Hours:  $43,2580-$45,910
Salary: Salary is based on education and experience
Application Deadline: until filled 

Under regular supervision, patrols assigned area by foot or in patrol car, to provide protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances. Reports to a Police Lieutenant.  

Examples of Duties / Knowledge & Skills

Patrols streets and inspects doors and windows of business to detect suspicious persons, activities or conditions and to prevent or control illegal activities.
Performs patrol duties including, but not limited to, investigating and reporting accidents, crimes, suspicious actions or persons, dangerous or defective streets, sidewalks, traffic lights, street lights, or other hazardous conditions.
Responds to crime scene and collects and preserves evidence, questions witnesses, apprehends, arrests and transfers suspects to detention facility and complete necessary paperwork.
Conducts patrol activities including directing traffic, investigation of reported or observed violations of law, and conducting patrol activities.
Serves warrants, subpoenas, and other writs.
Provides directions and general assistance to the public.
Investigates complaints of traffic violations or criminal activity.
Enforces traffic safety regulations for pedestrians and motor vehicle operators and issues citations to violators.
Performs booking of arrestees, including but not limited to fingerprinting, photographing, completing paperwork, and securing personal property.
Performs booking of arrestees, including but not limited to fingerprinting, photographing, completing paperwork, and securing personal property.
Accompanies prisoners to court proceedings.
Transfers arrestees or other individuals to hospital as necessary.
Testifies in court proceedings.
Assists with, reports on, or investigates fires or accidents.
Assists other officers in the performance of their duties.
Assists Emergency Medical Services, Fire Department, and other departments and agencies as needed.
Prepares reports on all incidents and maintains records or logs of the same.
Informs merchants of vital information necessary to control incidents of vandalism, shoplifting and burglary.
Observes inmates in cells to assure prisoners' well-being and adherence to regulations and rules.
Maintains identification record of incarcerated individuals.
Answers telephones and responds appropriately.
Receives and relays or records messages for department personnel.
Issues citations to violators of traffic laws.
Renders first aid to accident victims, victims of violence, or other ailing individuals.
Performs searches for missing persons, fugitives, or stolen property.
Provides safety and crime prevention information to public.
Works an assigned shift using own judgment in deciding course of action being expected to handle difficult and emergency situations without assistance.
Carries out duties in conformance with Federal, State, County, and City laws and ordinances.
Maintains normal availability by radio or telephone for consultation on major emergencies or precedent. 
Patrols City streets, parks, commercial and residential areas to preserve the peace and enforce the law, control vehicular traffic prevent or detect and investigate misconduct involving misdemeanors, felonies and other law violations' and to otherwise serve and protect.
Responds to emergency radio calls and investigates accidents, robberies, civil disturbances, domestic disputes, fights, drunkenness, missing children, prowlers, abuse of drugs, etc. Takes appropriate law enforcement action.
Interrogates suspects, witnesses and drivers. Preserves evidence. Arrests violators. Investigates and renders assistance at scene of vehicular accidents. Summons ambulances and other law enforcement vehicles. Takes measurements and draws diagrams of scene.
Conducts follow-up investigations of crimes committed during assigned shift. Seeks out and questions victim, witnesses and suspects. Develops leads and tips. Searches scene of crimes for clues. Analyzes and evaluates evidence and arrests offenders. Prepares cases for giving testimony and testifies in court proceedings.
Prepares a variety of reports and records including officer's Daily Log, reports of investigation, field interrogation report, alcohol reports, influence reports, breathalyzer check list, bad check form, vehicle impoundment form, traffic hazard report, etc.
Participates in investigating criminal law violations occurring within the City limits, obtaining evidences and compiling information regarding these crimes, preparing cases for filing of charges, testifying in court, and related activities.
Delivers meals to prisoners.
Coordinates activities with other officers or other City departments as needed, exchanges information with officers in other law enforcement agencies, as needed.
Administers breathalyzer for department and surrounding agencies.
Operates a variety of equipment such as patrol car, firearms and firearms equipment, camera, radio, telephone, video recorder, forensic evidence equipment, breathalyzer machine, tape recorder, computer, fire extinguisher, copying machine, typewriter, fax machine, traffic control equipment, first aid equipment, etc.
Uses a variety of tools and supplies such as handcuffs, caution sign, ladder, map, protective clothing, ticket book, flashlight, Federal/State/local statute books, PR-24, manuals, forms, log books, charts, diagrams, reference books, etc.
Responsible for cleanliness and sanitation of dormitory and cells of detention rooms.
Maintains uniform and equipment.
May perform escort service for funerals.
Is required to fill in other positions within the department.
Performs other related duties as required.

Minimum qualifications & Requirements

Requires a high school graduate or GED equivalent and completion of Police Academy training; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.  Must possess, or be able to obtain by time of hire, a valid SC Driver's License without record of suspension or revocation in any state. Is able to meet Department's physical standards. Must have successfully completed basic law enforcement training and possess certification as law enforcement officer from SC Criminal Justice Academy. Must successfully complete periodic training programs, both internal and external.
 
Supplemental information

Applications accepted online at www.cityofclemson.org.  Applications accepted until the position is filled.   The City of Clemson does not discriminate against persons on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, disability, age, marital status or sex in their opportunity for employment.      
Agency: City of Clemson, SC

Address: 1250 Tiger Blvd STE 1

 


 UofSC Aiken University Police

Position: Law Enforcement Officer I                                        
Date Posted: October 26, 2021
Hours:  Full Time
Salary: Salary is based on education and experience
Salary Range is: $36,900-$42,000
Application Deadline: until filled 
Officer will provide law enforcement, security and protection for the campus. Duty hours include nights and weekends.  High school diploma required.  One year experience in public safety/law enforcement preferred.  Certified through the SC Justice Academy also preferred.   Must be 21 years of age, be physically qualified and have no criminal record.  Must pass a background investigation, complete the SC Criminal Justice Academy and be certified by the SC Law Enforcement Training Council before assuming police duties.  Must receive certification as a Medical First Responder.  All applicants must have a valid SC driver’s license to operate a motor vehicle.  This position will require that the successful candidate pass a pre-employment alcohol and drug test as well as be subject to random, post incident/accident, reasonable suspicion and rehabilitation monitoring drug and alcohol testing consistent with USC HR Policy 1.95, Drug and Alcohol Testing.  Apply on-line at: https://uscjobs.sc.edu/postings/107173.

Position is open until filled. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.  UofSC Aiken is an AA/EOE.

 


 City of Beaufort Police Department

Position: Police Officer                                           
Date Posted: September 30, 2021
Closing Date: March 31st, 2022
Hours:  Full Time
Salary: Salary is based on education and experience
Salary Range is: $42,484 - $50,000 
The City of Beaufort also offers performance-based salary increases annually.
Application Deadline: until filled 

 

The City of Beaufort Police Department is seeking to fill an open police officer position within the Department. Experienced certified police officers, civilian-military police officers, or former military police officers are preferred but not required. This police officer position performs patrol duties in assigned areas of the City, responds to calls for service, generates calls for service; enforces federal and state laws and city ordinances; performs traffic enforcement; conducts property checks, and participates in community-oriented policing activities. 

Up to $5,000 Signing Bonus

For Experienced Law Enforcement Officer Candidates

Minimum Requirements:

Applicants must meet all requirements for employment consideration:

  • Must be 21 years of age
  • Must have a high school diploma or general education development (GED) equivalent
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must obtain a valid SC driver’s license before the date of the hire
  • Must have a clean criminal record (no felonies, serious misdemeanors, criminal domestic violence, or crimes of moral turpitude)
  • Must have a clean driving history, with no convictions for driving under the influence, driving under suspension, or leaving the scene of an accident within the past ten years. Convictions for speeding must be minium
  • Must have an Honorable Discharge if previously served in the military
  • If currently employed as a certified officer, the candidate must have a favorable work history with their department
  • Must have no prior history of illicit drug use, which conflicts with Department policy
  • Must be able to pass all phases of the hiring process

Hiring Process: 

The process consists of:

  • Submission of a properly completed police application prior to the closing date (Incomplete applications will not be processed)
  • Background investigation (criminal history, credit history, driving history, work history)
  • Oral interview board
  • Pass the Police Officer Selection Test (written aptitude test)
  • Successfully pass a physical agility course
  • Successfully complete polygraph exam
  • Successfully complete psychological exam
  • Successfully pass a medical physical exam and drug screening

Benefits Package:

The Beaufort Police Department offers a take-home program, a mileage stipend for those who do not qualify for the take-home car, free gym membership, free firearms range membership, tuition assistance, paid vacation time, health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, employee assistance program, and varies retirement options, including the South Carolina Retirement Pension.

Application Process:

Interested persons should go to the City of Beaufort website at https://sc-beaufort.civicplus.com/Jobs.aspx and fill out a police department application. Applications may be emailed to [email protected], mailed to the City of Beaufort Attn: Human Resources, 1911 Boundary St., Beaufort, SC 29902, faxed to 843-470-3501, or maybe dropped off in person by the posted deadline. Please complete the application accurately and completely, especially concerning past employers and reference information (giving full addresses, telephone numbers, etc.). Questionnaires may be mailed to any references and current or past employers you indicate in your application; therefore, correct mailing addresses are critical. 

After the initial completed application is submitted to Human Resources, the following documents will be required for further processing of the police application: 

Copy of a valid Driver’s License
Copy of Birth Certificate
Copy of Social Security Card
Copy of High School Diploma or GED
Certified ten-year driving record (You must provide a copy of your driving record from every state you have been licensed to drive within the past ten years.)
Copy of form DD-214 (if applicable)
Copies of other documents that may be applicable to employment (i.e., certifications, training documents, diplomas)

 

Sign-On Bonus Eligibility

Candidate must hold a current Class 1 Law Enforcement Officer Certification in good standing, AND have a minimum of 2 ½ YEARS full-time sworn law enforcement experience post field training, preceding your application date. 

For questions, please contact: 
Lt. Richard O. Poole Jr, Professional Standards & Training
[email protected]
(843) 322-7909 Office
(843) 322-7905 FAX  

Timmonsville Police Department

Position: Police Officer                                           
Date Posted: August 26, 2021
Hours:  Full Time
Salary: $16-$16.50/HR
Application Deadline: until filled

 

Qualifications: Driver's License (Required), High school or equivalent (Preferred), Military: 1 year (Preferred), Leadership: 1 year (Preferred), Night Shift (Preferred), Day Shift (Preferred)

Full Job Description: The Law Enforcement Officer I/Public Safety Officer provides law enforcement, security, and protection for the Town of Timmonsville. These are certified police officers in accordance with SC Code of Laws, empowered with full arrest and police authority. They enforce state laws and Town Ordinances. Executes duties of a patrol officer and assists with critical incidents.
Patrol officers are typically assigned to rotating 12 hours shifts.
High school diploma. Must be 21 years of age, be physically qualified and have no criminal record. Must pass a background investigation and have completed the SC Criminal Justice Academy with certification as Class 1-LE. Licensed to operate an automobile required. A driver history will be obtained prior to hiring.

Knowledge of proper law enforcement officer behavior and role. Knowledge of modern law enforcement techniques and procedures. Knowledge of how to collect and preserve evidence. Knowledge of the Constitutionally mandated rights of both suspects and law enforcement personnel. Knowledge of South Carolina law and relevant case law. Ability to exercise sound judgement within an established set of core departmental values. Knowledge of the functions and interrelationships of other law enforcement agencies. Skill in the operation of law enforcement vehicles, weapons, and communications equipment.

Benefits:

  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Retirement plan
  • Vision insurance

Schedule: 12 hour shift

Education: High school or equivalent (Preferred)

Experience: Military: 1 year (Preferred), Leadership: 1 year (Preferred)

License/Certification: Driver's License (Required), Class 1 LE SCCJA Certification (Required) 

 


Anderson City Police Department 

Position: Patrol Officer and Detention Officer 

Police: 

Recruit (Non- Certified)- $37,598.35 

(Certified Police Officer)- $39,478.26 - $42,439.13 

Sr. Officer- $42,439.13 

Corporal- $46,683.05 

Sgt.- $52,285.01 

Lt.- $58,559.22 

Captain- $65,586.32 

Detention: 

Non- Certified Detention Officer- $33,627.96 

Detention Officer Certified- $36,150.05 

Detention Officer Corporal- $39,765.07 

Detention Officer Sergeant- $44,536.87 

Detention Officer Lieutenant-$49,881.29 

Detention Captain- $65,586.32 

Position requirements: 

  • Must be 21 years of age 

  • Copy of Birth Certificate 

  • Ability to obtain a South Carolina Driver's License 

  • U.S. Citizen 

  • Good overall physical condition 

  • DD-214 (If prior military) 

  • No convictions of felonies or serious misdemeanors 

Upon selection the candidate must be able to successfully complete the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy Basic Law Enforcement course. Once the candidate successfully completes the academy, their duties will include, but are not limited to, answering calls for service, traffic violations, investigation of criminal activity, investigation of illegal narcotics, enforcing state and federal laws and many other areas involving with being involved with the community. 

Benefits of working for the Anderson City Police Department are: 

  • Vacation time (accrued based on years of service) 

  • 13 paid holidays 

  • Sick leave 

  • Uniform, footwear and equipment supplied by the department 

  • Medical/Dental/Life Insurance (city pays significant portion) 

  • Police Officer Retirement System (25 yrs) 

  • Additional 401K programs 

  • Partial educational tuition reimbursement 

  • Wellness incentive 

  • Flexible 12 hour rotating shifts 

If you think you have what it takes to become a part of our team and are interested in the position, please contact us and fill out an application. All applicants must submit an application either online at https://www.cityofandersonsc.com/careers / or you can apply in person at 401 S. Main St. Anderson SC, 29624 during normal business hours. Mon – Fri 8:30a. m. to 5:00p.m 

  


 SPARTANBURG METHODIST COLLEGE

Position: Campus Police/ Investigative Sergeant—Night Shift                                             

Date Posted: August 23, 2021
Hours:  7:00 PM to 7:00 AM 12HR Shifts
Salary: $20.38/HR
Application Deadline: until filled

Organizational Responsibilities: Campus Police Officers report to the Chief of Campus Safety

Job Summary:    Campus Police Officers are responsible for implementing a community policing model that advances the core principles of Spartanburg Methodist College.  Officers are required to work closely with individuals and groups within the College community to maintain an atmosphere that enhances the quality of campus life and reduces risks and vulnerabilities on the campus.  The Campus Police/Investigative Sergeant position requires an officer to demonstrate excellent communication and decision-making skills as they patrol campus buildings, grounds, and parking lots; respond to calls for service; enforce College policies and state laws; and render services unrelated to enforcement. This position further requires the officer to be an on-call investigator who responds to campus for serious crimes and to supervise new and ongoing investigations.

Major Areas of Responsibility:

Coordinate with other law enforcement agencies and investigative units in the enforcement of laws and ordinances on SMC property and investigation of criminal activity on Campus

  • Be on-call outside of normal working hours to assist with the investigation of serious crimes.
  • Supervise any ongoing or new investigations and assign duties and assist the officers as needed to complete all investigations in a timely and professional manner.
  • Manage the evidence room to include ensuring all evidence is properly packaged and chain of custody is protected, the evidence station is properly maintained, and the timely transference of evidence to the evidence room.
  • Protect life and property, and maintain a practical, working knowledge of Federal, South Carolina and Spartanburg Methodist College laws, and rules and regulations.
  • Determine when reasonable suspicion exists to detain a suspect, when probable cause exists to search and arrest and to what degree force and what restraint may be used.
  • Ensure that victims and witnesses are informed of their rights and responsibilities as mandated by law, and that they are treated with dignity and respect.
  • Perform law enforcement patrol duties that include such things as working rotating shifts, foot patrol, and physically checking doors and stopping suspicious persons and vehicles.
  • Communicate information effectively to faculty, staff, students and other persons in the SMC campus community and gather information, sort, compile and interpret information received.
  • Cooperate with other campus officials to implement college policies.
  • Initiate and complete verbal, written and computerized reports which include sketches, symbols, mathematical computations and narratives.
  • Handle a law enforcement vehicle skillfully in both emergency and non-emergency circumstances, in driving conditions which include day and night and inclement weather.
  • Maintain weapons and equipment in a state of operational readiness.
  • Report maintenance concerns or safety hazards using School Dude system or IT on-line reporting system.
  • Respond as quickly as possible to any fire alarms, ensure that fire department has been notified if appropriate, and assist in evacuating any building(s) affected or threatened.
  • Respond to any crisis or emergency that occurs, and notify appropriate personnel/offices.
  • Monitor closed circuit surveillance cameras; and have the ability to retrieve and record DVD’s and other recording devises as needed. 
  • Supervise any work-study students who are present during the assigned shift.
  • Participate in assigned Higher Education Law Enforcement training designed for Campus Safety officers as assigned by the Chief or Operations Lieutenant
  • Performs other duties that may be assigned.

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: 

  • Possess the ability and working to knowledge to investigate serious crimes as they occur and build working relationships with neighboring law enforcement agencies and investigative entities.
  • Knowledge of the criminal laws of the State of South Carolina and the rules and regulations of Spartanburg Methodist College.
  • Ability to solve problems and relate to faculty, staff and students and other community members in a positive and professional manner.
  • Recognize the cultural diversity of the campus community and ensure sensitive and equitable treatment of all citizens.
  • Knowledge of and skill in utilizing computers, two-way radios, body-worn cameras, and general office machines such as printers, copiers and fax machines.
  • Ability to learn and proficiency in the operation and use of personal computers utilizing MS Word, Google, Outlook, CAMS, Slate, E2 Campus, and Agisent.
  • Maintain Daily Shift Report (written and/or computerized) of activities occurring during the shift (e.g. accidents, significant incidents) to maintain a record.
  • Ability to work any shift.

Working Conditions: Campus Police Officers may be exposed to a variety of environmental and weather conditions as they patrol campus.  They may patrol on foot or in a golf cart or automobile.  The position requires frequent contact with students, faculty, and staff, and cooperation with other campus officials. 

Special Conditions:

  • Armed and uniformed.
  • Pass State Law Enforcement (SLED) and SMC pre-employment and personal background check.
  • Pass drug testing and remain drug free.
  • Maintain yearly training and other requirements to renew Class 1 certification and maintain state constable commission as a campus police officer.
  • Possess a valid South Carolina Driver’s license.

Required Physical Abilities:

  • Ability to access all areas of the campus, to move around campus to patrol and respond effectively to emergency situations.
  • Manual and physical dexterity and visual acuity needed to operate a computer keyboard and handle paper documents.
  • Sufficient near vision acuity to read information appearing on a computer display screen, in hand-written form, and printed on paper.
  • Adequate hearing and verbal abilities to communicate effectively in person, by telephone, and on the two-way radio system.
  • Mobility to stoop, kneel, bend and reach and lift up to 25 pounds.

Education and Experience

  • Have five years or more of Law Enforcement experience to include the investigation of criminal activity and working with investigative entities.
  • High school diploma or equivalent required; Associate’s degree or completion of two years of college preferred.
  • Must be a graduate of or be able to graduate from the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy and qualify as a Class l Law Enforcement Officer.

  


 Colleton County Sheriff's Office

Position: Uniformed Patrol Division                                 
Date Posted: August 4, 2021
Job Type: Full-Time 

The Colleton County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for a Deputy. The successful candidate of the age of 21 years or older will, under general supervision, respond to complaints and emergency calls by citizens of the Colleton County jurisdiction. Also, the candidate will exercise these responsibilities enforcing all state and local ordinances relating to the public’s safety and welfare.

Requirements:

A minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent with good oral and written communication skills.
Completed each of the following certifications/tests: basic law enforcement, CPR certification, and standard first aid certification.
Additional specialized training at the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy upon hiring. Certified in the SCCJA basic class-1 officer or be certified within 1 year of hire.
Ability to physically lift up to 50 lbs.
Ability to work shift work, holidays, and weekends.
Additional specialized training in law enforcement or detention services is desired.

The applicant must have a valid driver’s license and a good driving record along with a pre-employment drug screening and a background check of satisfactory or better. The application process will include a polygraph test along with a thorough credit check.

All applications may be filled out at the Colleton County Sheriff’s Office at 394 Mable T Willis Blvd. Walterboro, SC, 29488. The position will remain open until it is filled with the appropriate applicant.

 

Position: E-911 Communications Technician                                
Date Posted: August 4, 2021
Job Type: Full-Time 

The Colleton County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for E-911 Communication Technician (dispatcher). The successful candidate of the age of 18 years or older will, under general supervision, receive emergency calls including enhanced 911 and non-emergency calls from the public, other dispatchers, and law enforcement agencies via telephone, radio systems, and computer-aided dispatch (CAD). Also, the candidate will be required to monitor emergency radio frequencies, receive radio calls from field units, and determine the nature, location, and priority of emergency, and direct field units to the scene of the emergency.

Requirements:

A minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent with good oral and written communication skills.
Completed each of the following certifications/tests: E-911 Basic Communication, CPR, NCIC, & Emergency Medical Dispatch, or be certified within six months.
Ability to type at least 40 words per minute determined by a typing test.
Additional specialized training in emergency communications or a closely related field is desired.

 

The applicant must have a valid driver’s license and a good driving record along with a pre-employment drug screening and a background check of satisfactory or better. The application process will include a polygraph test along with a thorough credit check.

 

Position: Corrections Officer - Detention Center                              
Date Posted: August 4, 2021
Job Type: Full-Time 

The Colleton County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for the position of Corrections Officer. The successful candidate of the age of 21 years or older will, under general supervision, observe, guard, and monitor jail inmates along with following orders from his/her supervisor.  Also, the candidate will be required to process inmates, monitor jail alarm systems, detect behavioral problems amongst inmates, and monitor and control jail visitors.

Requirements:

A minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent with good oral and written communication skills.
Certified in each of the following certifications/tests: basic jail certification, CPR certification, and standard first aid certification, or be certified within six months of hire.
Ability to physically lift up to 50 lbs.
Ability to work shift work, holidays, and weekends.
Certified in SCCJA Basic Detention or be certified within one year of hire.

 

The applicant must have a valid driver’s license and a good driving record along with a pre-employment drug screening and a background check of satisfactory or better. The application process will include a polygraph test along with a thorough credit check.

Colleton County’s Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Full-Time

SC State Retirement & Insurance


 

City of Gaffney Police Department

Job Posting:  Assistant Chief of Police

The City of Gaffney is seeking candidates for an Assistant Chief of Police 

Salary and Benefits:

  • Salary based on qualifications and applicable certifications
  • Excellent benefit package includes paid medical, dental, vision, life insurance, twelve (12) paid holidays, PTO accrual, Police Retirement, take home vehicle options, and more. 

Essential job functions include:

  • Works under general direction of the Police Chief.
  • Plans, directs, and coordinates police operations. Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Coordinates between the police department, outside agencies, and the general public.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in law enforcement, criminal justice, public administration or related field
    • Ten (10) years’ work experience in law enforcement, five (5) of which shall have been in             supervisory position; or
    • Any equivalent combination of education and experience.
    • Valid South Carolina Driver’s License or ability to obtain by DOH
    • Current certification with SCCJA or ability to obtain certification within 6 months.

Application package must include the following: Application, resume, and cover letter to include salary requirements. 

*If additional information is needed, please contact [email protected] .

Applications can be obtained online @http://www.getintogaffney.com/employment-opportunities/ or at Gaffney City Hall, 2nd Floor. You may attach any additional certifications. The application must be completed in full before being submitted, by email, in person, or by mail. (Deadline 06/24/2021)

Email: [email protected]

In person: Gaffney City Hall, Second Floor, 201 N. Limestone Street, Gaffney, SC 29340

Mailing address: Gaffney City Hall Second Floor, P.O. Box 2109, Gaffney, SC  29342 

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER


 

City of Gaffney Police Department

 Job Posting:  Major

The City of Gaffney is seeking candidates for a Major.

Salary and Benefits:

  • Salary based on qualifications and applicable certifications
  • Excellent benefit package includes paid medical, dental, vision, life insurance, twelve (12) paid holidays, PTO accrual, Police Retirement, take home vehicle options, and more. 

Essential job functions include:

  • Works under general direction of the Police Chief, and Assistant Police Chief.
  • Plans, directs, and coordinates police operations.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in law enforcement, criminal justice, public administration or related field
    • Ten (10) years’ work experience in law enforcement, five (5) of which shall have been in             supervisory position; or
    • Any equivalent combination of education and experience.
    • Valid South Carolina Driver’s License or ability to obtain by DOH
    • Current certification with SCCJA or ability to obtain certification within 6 months.

Application package must include the following: Application, resume, and cover letter to include salary requirements. 

*If additional information is needed, please contact [email protected] .

Applications can be obtained online @http://www.getintogaffney.com/employment-opportunities/ or at Gaffney City Hall, 2nd Floor. You may attach any additional certifications. The application must be completed in full before being submitted, by email, in person, or by mail.  (Deadline 06/24/2021)

Email: [email protected]

In person: Gaffney City Hall, Second Floor, 201 N. Limestone Street, Gaffney, SC 29340

Mailing address: Gaffney City Hall Second Floor, P.O. Box 2109, Gaffney, SC  29342

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER

 

 


 

 

 Fort Mill Police Department    

Position: Patrol Officer                                                

Date Posted: May 19, 2021 

Job Type: Full-Time 

Salary: Starting at $41,700

Come check out the Fort Mill Police Department and see what makes us different!  We don’t have the high call volume of other agencies in the area and as such our officers aren’t burdened with forced overtime and running from call to call.  This enables our officers to enjoy an unparalleled work/life balance compared to other police departments.  Our patrol division works 12 hour shifts, 5 to 5, and we offer either permanent days or nights.  We also have a full-time traffic unit, a large SRO division, CID, and we are part of the multi-jurisdictional SWAT and Drug Task Force.

Benefits:  

  • Competitive Pay Scale
  • Health & Dental Insurance 
  • Health insurance paid for by the town for single employee
  • SC Police Retirement 
  • Family Medical Leave 
  • Paid Annual Leave and Sick Time (accrued bi-weekly)
  • Bi-weekly Pay Schedule 
  • Discount YMCA Membership 
  • Optional 401K and Deferred Comp Plans 

For more information and to complete an online application go to https://fortmillsc.gov/333/Human-Resourcesor contact the recruiter at Glenn Reams at [email protected] or 803-396-0276 

 


Duncan Police Department-SRO Job Posting

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

The purpose of this position is to enforce all local, federal, and state laws relating to the public’s safety and welfare in the Town. Provide a safe and secure environment for students, staff, and parents at area high school.

  • ●  Must be a U.S. Citizen at least 21 years of age
  • ●  Must possess certification from South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy
  • ●  Must also fill out application packet from Duncan Police Department
  • ●  Must pass a background investigation
  • ●  Must possess a valid South Carolina driver’s license or have ability to obtain one.
  • ●  Successful applicants will be subject to a medical examination and drug screen
  • ●  No felony convictions or convictions including violence or moral turpitude
  • ●  Military discharge status must be honorable.
  • ●  Must have a high school diploma, college degree preferred.
  • ●  Prefer three years experience as a full-time law enforcement officer
  • ●  Any applicant who is presently employed by a law enforcement agency, correctional

facility or fire department must have completed two (2) years service with their current employer before his/her application will be considered.

ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:

  • ●  Provide security for assigned school, assisting in the maintenance of order and public safety, and the well-being of students, faculty, staff and visitors, and patrol premises and parking areas.
  • ●  Initiate, enforce, and monitor compliance with school safety procedures.
  • ●  Instruct students, faculty, and staff in crime prevention and conflict resolution methods; provide

instruction in law obedience.

  • ●  Monitor student behavior during lunch, between classes, and other times as necessary to

maintain order.

  • ●  Identify gang activity and other potential problem areas; determine if violations of laws occur on

school grounds; investigate offenses; recommend and/or implement corrective action.

  • ●  Communicate with parents to discuss law violations; refers students and/or parents to outside

organizations for assistance as appropriate. Participate in school extracurricular activities, providing security as required.

 

  • ●  Respond to and provide leadership and coordination in emergency and high-risk situations.
  • ●  Document contact with teachers and students; maintain incident records and prepare related

reports.

  • ●  Perform general patrol duties as required, to include responding to emergency calls and public

calls for assistance, maintaining order and public safety, apprehending and arresting law violators and criminal suspects, issuing traffic citations and summons, and assisting with criminal investigations.

  • ●  Prepare cases for prosecution and provide court testimony as necessary.
  • ●  Perform routine service duties to include escort services and crowd control at special events;

respond to citizens’ inquiries and concerns.

  • ●  Prepares and submits detailed work records and reports; maintains assigned equipment and

vehicles.

  • ●  Receives and responds to citizens’ inquiries, concerns, and complaints concerning law

enforcement activities.

Essential Job Duties are intended to be examples of duties and are not intended to be all inclusive. There will be other duties as assigned.

Additional duties include:

Attend school functions such as games, dances, and other functions.

Please send resume or fill out application at the Duncan Police Department and you can also fill out online application at

https://spartanburg.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=2123

Duncan Police Department - PO Box 188, Duncan SC 29334