School Police Officer
Under general supervision, maintains high visibility on school property to ensure a safe, secure, and nurturing learning environment; prevents and responds to crimes against persons and Clark County School District property.
- Responsible for maintaining high visibility on school campuses and District ancillary facilities in order to enforce and support laws, regulations, and procedures; ensures the safety of students and personnel and safeguards District property.
- Conducts preliminary and follow-up investigations; develops personal contacts
and informants for investigative purposes.
- Adheres to General Orders and all applicable District regulations.
- Investigates crime and other school related incidents (i.e., burglary, theft, arson, malicious mischief, vandalism, assault, etc.) and writes appropriate reports.
- Interrogates, apprehends, cites, executes warrants and arrests, transports, books, and advises suspects of their constitutional rights.
- Secures and impounds evidence for legal proceedings.
- Testifies in court and at administrative hearings, as required.
- Writes reports such as arrest, accident, incident, and crime; issues citations.
- Ensures and promotes positive communications between District staff, students, parents/guardians, and the community.
- Responds to alarm calls and fire alarm calls to determine cause and takes
- Calls emergency medical personnel, when necessary.
- Conducts educational and crime prevention programs, as needed.
- Conforms to safety standards, as prescribed.
- Performs other tasks related to the position, as assigned.
- High school graduation or other equivalent (i.e., General Education Development
(GED), foreign equivalency, etc.).
- Must be at least 21 years of age.
- Must be a U.S. citizen.
- Must have and maintain a safe driving record for the duration of the assignment.
- Minimum of 10 years’ current or former continuous, uninterrupted service with a law enforcement agency in the performance of duties related to Category I Nevada POST standards at the time of application.
- A valid driver’s license that allows the applicant/employee to legally operate a motor vehicle in Nevada. If not in possession at the time of application, must obtain a valid driver’s license prior to the approval of final selection.
- Driver’s license must be maintained for the duration of the assignment.