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Sex Offender Registry Police Officer - DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

 

October 24, 2019

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

Sex Offender Registry Police Officer

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

Opening: October 21, 2019

Closing: November 1, 2019 @ 3:00 p.m.

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

Performs work of protecting and providing for public safety within the Red Lake Reservation by ensuring convicted sex offenders residing within the exterior boundaries are registered with the Sex Offender Program as required via Tribal Code and Regulations. This includes working closely with federal and state law enforcement agencies to monitor offenders as necessary. Performs related duties as assigned in accordance with established procedures, regulations, and policies regarding special tours of duty when assigned. Reports to Director of Public Safety, full time position with benefits; salary: DOQ.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

• Assist SOR Project Coordinator/Monitor with service of notification to register and with registration of sex offenders.

• Assist SOR Project Coordinator/Monitor with Public Notification of sex offenders.

• Maintains and demonstrates technical competence and/or expertise in areas of assigned responsibilities.

• Responsible for the concepts and standards of police operations, evidence and crime scenes.

• Must have the ability to relate to people in a manner that allows for cooperation and coordination in the performance of their duties as well as make decisions on information gathered individuals.

• Responsible for organizing and recording relevant information.

• Enforce Tribal and Federal laws in the Red Lake Reservation.

• Respond to all calls as directed by the dispatcher where serious crimes or accidents occur if assigned under other special tours of service.

• Determines necessary actions by notifying appropriate authorities, safeguard scenes, preserve evidence, identify and obtain information from witnesses and develop preliminary investigation leads.

• Assist other Police Officers in enforcing all laws and regulations related to possession, use, distribution, trafficking and manufacturing of controlled substances.

• Assists with traffic control at accidents scenes and celebrations.

• Serve Tribal and Federal warrants. Assist in the tribal court process; appear and testify in Tribal, Federal or State Court as needed.

• Knowledge and skill in professional techniques in dealing with individuals in criminal matters and with the public in crisis and/or hostile situations.

• Perform other duties as mentioned above when assigned.

EDUCATION/WORK EXPERIENCE/QUALIFICATIONS

• Requires a thorough knowledge or the ability to acquire such knowledge in relatively short periods of time, street and tribal road systems, geography of the Red Lake Reservation and the location of buildings and areas requiring special law enforcement.

• Must have considerable knowledge of applicable laws, ordinances, and departmental rules and regulations and constitutional rights of individuals.

• Must have the ability to give verbal and written instructions and make sound judgements in evaluating situations and making decisions.

• Must have considerable knowledge of modern law enforcement methods and procedures.

• Requires the ability to deal tactfully but firmly with offenders, suspects, witnesses, and general public.

• Should be able to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with superiors.

• Knowledge of record keeping and reporting system.

• Skill in operation of specialized Law Enforcement equipment.

• Ability to meet physical and psychological requirements.

• Ability to work long hours, be prepared to respond to emergency calls and request of service on off-duty hours.

• Must have a two (2) year degree in Law Enforcement from a vocational/technical college or a four (4) year degree in Law Enforcement from a state or accredited college or diploma from a Police Academy recognized by the State of Minnesota P.O.S.T. board or successful completion of a police academy recognized by the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

• Employment contingent upon successfully passing Pre-Employment Drug/Alcohol Test and Background Check

TO APPLY: Applications and copies of certificates/diplomas are accepted at the Government Center - Human Resources Department, P.O. Box 546, Red Lake, MN 56671 Fax (218)-679-4176.

 

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