University Police Student Assistants are paid student employees who play a vital role in the department and at the university. Student Assistants staff the Police and Parking Building 109 reception desk, Parking Information Booth, and perform a wide range of other department administrative and field services during business hours.
During the evenings and late night hours, Student Assistants provide additional “eyes and ears” and a uniformed safety presence in the University Library, residential halls and Suites, and resident parking lots. Patrol activities are on foot and vehicle, and are an excellent method of connecting with the community, as well as presenting a positive image of law enforcement to students, staff, and faculty. In addition to regularly scheduled shifts, Student Assistants work special events, such as Commencement, BroncoFusion, Homecoming, and perform other special details such as equipment and fire watches. They also assist in medical aids, traffic control, and other various duties.
Student Assistants carry a police radio for safety and to communicate with the on-duty dispatcher and police officers. They receive annual and in-service training. The Police Student Assistant position is an excellent leadership and professional development opportunity, and is highly beneficial for those planning for, or considering a law enforcement or related career.
NOW HIRING FOR FALL 2017 - University Police Student Assistant Job posting and application is available on-line on the Career Center Handshake. For Handshake access to to http://www.cpp.edu/~career/index.shtml
An ideal candidate for this position is motivated, takes initiative, and possesses positive communication skills. A background check is also required for Student Assistant employment.
For more information, contact Mayra Cervantes at (909) 869-5430 or email firstname.lastname@example.org