Salary: $29.31-$35.75 hourly.
Patrol district property to protect all students, personnel, and visitors from physical harm and prevent property loss due to theft or vandalism. Enforce all laws of both felony and misdemeanor degree of federal, state, or local origin and enforce all rules and regulations promulgated by the Round Rock ISD Board of Trustees. Work in collaboration with the District and community as a resource for safety and security issues.
- Patrol assigned locations in car, on foot and any other means of transportation within district jurisdiction; stop
drivers who are operating vehicles in violation of laws; warn drivers against unlawful practices; issue citations;
check buildings for physical security; receive, search, book, fingerprint, and transport prisoners.
- Respond to all calls from campuses concerning crisis situations, accidents, and reports of crime.
- Investigate criminal offenses that occur within district jurisdiction.
- Collect and preserve evidence for criminal investigations including witness statements and physical evidence.
- Make arrests as necessary; interview victims, complainants, and witnesses; interrogate suspects; file appropriate charges, and ensure placement in jail or juvenile detention centers for law violations as necessary.
- Write effective legal incident reports.
- Testify and present evidence in court as needed.
- Provide traffic control at athletic events, school closings or openings, or at any other time.
- Provide protection to or escort district personnel as needed.
- Operate all equipment, including firearms according to established safety procedures.
- Compile, maintain, and file all physical and computerized reports, records, and documents required, including
affidavits for arrest, incident reports, and activity reports.
- Provide assistance to campuses/departments as requested.
- High school diploma or equivalent and valid and current Texas Peace Officer License issued by
Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE).
- Must meet the District vehicle liability policy requirements and maintain a valid Texas driver’s license.
- Restorative practices, behavioral health, diversity training, and basic NASRO training or education and training program described in Section 1701.263 Occupations Code must be completed within 180 days of placement into the District or a campus of the District.