Patrol Officer Eligibilty List

Brown County, WI - Green Bay, WI3.1

Full-time
Brown County is adding to their Eligibility List for Patrol Officers and is planning for numerous hires in 2018/2019.

Job Overview: Full-time career position performing varied duties relating to the protection of life and property within Brown County; responsible for conducting transactions with the public in matters requiring knowledge of laws and rules and departmental policies and procedures. Performs related functions.

Essential Duties:
Ensures the effective and efficient patrol coverage of an assigned patrol sector during an assigned shift.

Detects and apprehends violators of the State Motor Vehicle Department laws.

Detects and apprehends violators of state statutes and local ordinances.

Conducts follow-up investigations.

Prepares department reports and cases, including reports and cases for court.

Serves as a court witness.

Conducts authorized searches.

Checks buildings.

Intervenes in public and private disputes.

Administers first aid.

Directs traffic.

Transports prisoners.

Provides security to the courts.

Works as a Court Officer.

Serves Civil and Criminal Process papers.

Represents department through presentations to groups of various sizes and ages.

Ensures proper operation of all assigned equipment.

Performs routine maintenance of department equipment.

Performs related functions as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications Required:Education and Experience:
Associate Degree in Police Science or a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited university or college in a related field; or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience which provides the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities.

Licenses and Certifications:
Valid Wisconsin Driver's License
First Aid and C.P.R. Certification
Radar Certification
Valid Law Enforcement Certification, or must be certifiable in the State of Wisconsin before beginning employment.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Knowledge of State Motor Vehicle Laws.

Knowledge of state statutes and local ordinances.

Knowledge of department policies and procedures.

Knowledge of and the ability to perform first aid.

Knowledge of investigative techniques and investigative skills.

Knowledge, skill and ability to operate an emergency motor vehicle.

Knowledge, skill and ability to safely handle department firearms.

Knowledge of and ability to utilize a computer and the required software.

Ability to prepare clear and accurate written reports.

Ability to follow written and oral instructions.

Ability to accept responsibility and exercise sound judgement.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, the public and other governmental agency personnel.

Ability to complete required training of physical skills.

Ability to work the required hours of the position.