Police Officer-Security Protective Service (CIA)

Police Officer-Security Protective Service (CIA)

Job Category: Homeland Security / Law Enforcement

Job Location: CONUS

Job State: Washington DC

Job Description:

protect CIA personnel, facilities and information through the enforcement of Federal laws and Agency Regulations. You will control access to and egress from Agency facilities utilizing preventive measures or actions that mitigate hostile threats against Agency workforce, property or information. Police Officers exercise full law enforcement authority, including making arrests and enforcing traffic laws in Agency jurisdiction. You are also the primary first responder to all emergencies on Agency facilities. In medical emergencies, you will provide basic first aid, trauma response, CPR and AED response. Police Officers maintain public order during emergency situations, facilitating safe and thorough evacuations when necessary. In addition to these protective functions, as a Police Officer you will effectively represent the Agency and communicate with members of the public.

SPS provides a full range of high quality security and police services through a variety of fixed posts, patrol operations and specialty units. Specialty unit assignments are filled through competitive vacancy processes and include: threat management, K-9, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), HAZMAT, security operations and court liaison.

Newly hired Security Protective Service Cadets must complete an intensive twelve (12) week, Uniformed Police Training Program at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) in Glynco, Georgia, or qualify for a FLETC waiver. To qualify for a FLETC waiver, you must have been performing police duties within the past five (5) years, and must be graduates of FLETC or other formally accredited law enforcement academy approved by the Chief of SPS. Following graduation from FLETC, you will complete an additional ten (10) weeks of specialized instruction at SPS training facilities. You will then transition to Officer-in-Training (OIT) status where you will be individually assigned to an SPS Field Training Officer for operational training and final evaluations before appointment as Police Officers.

SPS training includes coursework in police procedures, psychology, police-community relations, criminal law, first aid, laws of arrest, search and seizure, and physical defense techniques. You will continue to develop your skills by attending annual in-service training, stressing defensive tactics, legal issues, HAZMAT, CPR training, and firearms proficiency.

Police Officers routinely work eight-hour shifts to include weekends and holidays and may occasionally be directed to work overtime.

A 5-year Contract Term Agreement is required in this position.

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