University Police Officer
Northwestern University Police
1819 Hinman Ave
Evanston, Illinois 60208-1142
Sworn Officers: 40
Application Deadline: Not stated
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY POLICE OFFICER
Established in 1851, Northwestern University has a stellar reputation as a leader in higher education, offering world class academic, research and professional opportunities to its students, staff and faculty. Northwestern University is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of police officer.
The Northwestern University Police Department utilizes a community policing philosophy while serving the community on the Evanston campus. Police officers patrol the campus and immediately adjacent community on foot, by vehicle and on bicycle. The police officer position offers a variety of challenges. Assignments include writing police reports, responding to both criminal and non-criminal calls for service, conducting thorough criminal investigations, enforcement of parking regulations, traffic laws and city ordinances. Additionally, police officers work a large number of special events during the course of the year.
Northwestern University Police seeks candidates with the ability to perform the above-related assignments. Equally important, successful candidates must demonstrate the ability to interact with members of the University community in a positive manner. A college degree is preferred, however applicants with significant law enforcement or military experience are encouraged to apply. Applicants must be able to pass all the requirements of a police academy.
For more information on the hiring process please contact Lt. Glenn Turner or Sgt. Tim Reuss at 847/491-3254.
Northwestern University is an EEO/AA employer, members of historically
underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply
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