Police Officer (US Army Installation Management Command)

Police Officer (US Army Installation Management Command)

Job Category: Homeland Security / Law Enforcement

Job Location: CONUS

Job State: Ft. Sill, OK

Job Description:

  • Conducts law enforcement duties at interior and exterior gates, assures proper Identification of all pedestrians or motor traffic, clears visitors, and maintains prescribed records.
  • Performs patrol duties alone and takes action based upon knowledge of laws, statutes, and procedures.
  • Searches or detains and arranges for search and interrogation of suspects.
  • Recognizes, collects, preserves, and marks evidence for use in investigations and prosecutions.
  • Writes or presents oral reports of incidents and may be required to testify in court.
  • Maintains firearms and other issued equipment in good working order and condition at all times.
  • Employee participates in regularly scheduled training in the techniques of first aid, sabotage, disorder, riot, disaster, and counter-terrorism.
  • Conducts search of persons and vehicles entering or leaving the installation as directed or when probable cause exists.
  • Maintains traffic control at shift changes, enforces traffic regulations controls.
  • Reroutes traffic in emergency situations, issues warning, tickets or summons, apprehends violators, obtains facts, and prepares statements concerning accidents or violations.
  • Employee operates a military vehicle in the regular performance of duties, performs operator maintenance on vehicle, and maintains the cleanliness of weapons and equipment.
  • Serves on permanent or rotating shifts at fixed access control points (ACP), or vehicle patrols assigned to a specific area.
  • responsible to ensure security of access to installation, buildings, and areas within the installation, in order to protect critical property.
  • Employee maintains vigilance against acts of sabotage, espionage, theft, violence, and infractions of rules; patrols assigned areas; sits/stands at assigned posts; and issues passes to visitors who are properly identified.
  • The employee encounters a variety of problems involving military and civilian members who works on the installation.
  • Employee must be able to investigate the problems and come up with workable solutions within established guidelines.
  • May be required to perform Desk Sergeant/Dispatch responsibilities.
  • Required to evaluate the situation and determine degree of severity of the incident or accident and to be able to dispatch appropriately qualified team (experience and/or special training) to investigate and/or to lend assistance as appropriate.

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