Manager, Crime Prevention / Physical Security Manager
Job Description Summary
The Duke University Police Department Manager, Crime Prevention / Physical Security Manager (PSM) is responsible for making physical security recommendations to departments, supervising a team that monitors security systems, and collaborating with campus and health system operational departments who install and maintain security systems. The Physical Security Manager will ensure projects are consistent with the Institutional Security Plan, Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design, or the best practice standards. The Physical Security Manager is also responsible for coordinating with various Campus departments to accomplish physical security goals. This may include planning for new construction, scheduled remodels, and retrofits of security technology, such as access control, cameras, emergency phones, etc. This role is responsible for continually assessing and improvement of the security of facilities and people, including the operational considerations of access control, cameras, etc. The PSM should be a collaborative manager who can communicate a comprehensive set of outcomes to be achieved, consistent with organizational goals.
Main Responsibilities and Duties:
* Assists with the implementation of policies, procedures, standards, training and methods for protecting people, property and facilities from criminal activity and insider threats.
* Coordinates services including, but not limited to the monitoring of alarm and duress systems, institutional access control, institutional camera system, etc. Confirms and coordinates operational status of these systems and emergency phones, weapons detection, etc. Analyzes and recommends new security technology as needed.
* Will supervise team who monitor security systems 24/7/365. Staff are co-located in the police communications center supporting police and security response. Responsible for the development, mentoring, and accountability of staff. Ensure operations are consistent and consistent with industry practices.
*Conduct security-related training sessions for employees regarding physical security topics to expand their awareness of security standards, policies and procedures. Work with Community Engagement Officers as needed.
* Maintain practicable knowledge of physical security practices applicable to Duke University through such organizations as ASIS, IAHSS and federal guidelines.
Conduct on-site physical security surveys/security risk assessment surveys at various sites at Duke, or as assigned, to make recommendations and ensure ongoing consistency with security standards (technology, procedures, lighting, CPTED, etc.).
Work generally requires a Bachelor's degree.
Work requires a knowledge of law enforcement methods, techniques and experience. procedures normally acquired through one year of law enforcement
Degrees, Licensures, Certifications
Prefer a bachelor's degree in Criminal justice, Law enforcement, or related fieldfrom an accredited institution. ASIS Certified Protection Professional (CPP), or Physical Security Professional (PSP)certifications preferred.
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