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Campus Police Officer/SRO @ Washburn Rural High School Jobs – Auburn-Washburn USD 437 Police Department

Company Description

At Auburn-Washburn, we have a positive and professional culture. We are often described by our employees as family. We are collaborative and work together to inspire, prepare and challenge every child, every day. We are student centered and make decisions for what is best for the students. We have high expectations for our staff, students and community. And we love to celebrate success. We are proud of who we are and what we do!

Job description

The Campus Police Officer/School Resource Manager supports and facilitates the educational process within the USD 437 Auburn-Washburn School District by providing a safe and secure environment through building and establishing meaningful relationships with students and staff . The officer also proactively interacts with the school community to ensure that state laws are enforced, public order is maintained, life is protected, and crime is prevented, detected or investigated. The officer will work effectively with students, parents, school staff and community agencies to support teaching and learning in schools. The officer will patrol district property to protect students, staff and visitors from physical harm and prevent loss of district property resulting from criminal activity.

SALARY: $18.00-$25.50/hour (Wage determined by years of relevant experience)

DURATION OF WORK: 8 hours/day, 12 months/year (eligible benefits)

REPORTS TO: Chief of the School Police


· High school diploma or equivalent required

· Bachelor’s degree preferred

Certification/License: A valid driver’s license is required. Full-time Kansas Peace Officer certification required; Advanced certifications (instructor, drug identification, NASRO certifications etc) a plus.

Work Experience: A minimum of 3-5 years law enforcement work experience in a traditional law enforcement agency or school setting is preferred. Ability to work with youth and adults in the school setting.

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