Tribal Police Trainee
Salary: $20.63 – $30.95 Hourly.
Enforces laws related to the protection of life and property, directs and controls traffic, prevents crime or disturbance of peace, and arrests violators by performing the following duties.
- Patrols specific areas on foot or motorized conveyance, responding promptly to calls for assistance
- Answers radio-dispatches for police service;
- Investigates illegal or suspicious activities, persons and establishments
- Locates, searches, detains, and arrest law violators;
- Investigates illegal or suspicious activities, persons and establishments, and quells disturbances;
- Able to drive vehicle both safely and efficiently while under stress to communicate information on the radio or handle emergency situations when called upon;
- Interviews and questions victims, witnesses, and suspects;
- Gathers evidence effectively and maintains the integrity;
- Assists motorists in various situations and directs traffic when needed;
- Issues written citations for traffic and other minor violations;
- Operates police communication and computer equipment to obtain, and report information;
- Attends community meetings to discuss crime prevention and problems;
- Attends required periodic training sessions and seminars;
- Provides assistance and training to subordinates as necessary;
- Writes detailed incident, investigation, activity and other reports;
- Testifies in court to present evidence by describing situations and actions;
- Provides traffic escorts during traditional events;
- Maintains weapons and all equipment in functional and presentable condition;
- Other position related duties as assigned and required.
- High school diploma or GED, twelve (12) semester hours of credit in any field of study from an accredited college or university;
- (2) years’ experience in security field or equivalent education and experience;
- Must be a graduate from the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) United States Indian Police Academy, Indian Country Police Officers Training Program;
- Must be able to attain the Special Law Enforcement Commission (SLEC) issued through BIA-OJS;
- Must be able to pass the Physical Efficiency Battery (PEB) criteria;
- Must maintain proficiency with firearms by qualifying to department standards on a bi-annual basis;
- Must successfully pass a background check to include criminal history convictions and credit check;
- Must be able pass the post-offer drug screen and annual fitness for duty physical;
- Must possess a valid Texas Driver’s license and be insurable;
- Must be certified in First Aid and CPR;
- Must be able to work shift work.