Campus Police Officer Mercy Health Par..
About the Job
OMJ Job Number/Reference Code: 3807236
Desired Skills/Duties: Thank you for considering a career at Mercy Health! This is what we were meant to do - Together! Summary: The Campus Police Officer is responsible for protecting persons and property in and around the Medical Center. He or She will make periodic rounds checking for evidence of fire, safety hazards, or illegal activities. He or She will respond to emergencies and provide service as needed on Campus. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: The Campus Police Officer must be a self-starter. Monitors activities in and around building and grounds of the medical center campus including, parking lots, loading docks, and other medial center owned property, or work sites to prevent fire, theft, vandalism, illegal entry and vagrants. Provides surveillance and protection of Medical Center patients, employee's., staff, visitors in a timely manner. Confronts unauthorized persons for questioning and prevents escalation of security incidents and civil disturbances. Responsible for becoming familiar with departmental policies and procedures and enforces hospital policies, such as but not limited to: Loitering, smoking in unauthorized locations, unauthorized removal of hospital property which may include apprehending or physically expelling persons engage in suspicious or criminal acts when appropriate. Report any unusual conditions or malfunctions in heating, plumbing or electrical systems, including all exterior lighting that is not functioning properly. Responds to calls for assistance and protects staff and other innocent persons from being injured in a conflict or confrontation. Attempts to resolve the situation if able, and calls for assistance in situation beyond his/her control. Subdues or restrains any individual whose behavior warrants physical intervention on direction of a physician or RN in ER, or Mental Health Practitioner on any behavioral services unit, or any place where the patients is at the time of the incident. In the absence of a physician or RN use good judgments following the restraint and seclusion policy. Transport money and patient valuables for safe keeping and properly document all transactions in the appropriate location. Responds to emergency codes, disaster situations immediately, and know and carries out assigned duties as describe in the department or hospital polices. Follow on-call policy Keep a professional work area clean at all times, includes security vehicles. Control access to all urgent care areas at all times both external and inte VEVRAA Federal Contractor Request Priority Protected Veteran Referrals Equal Opportunity Employer minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity