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Police Officer (Title 32)

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Department Of The Air Force Oklahoma City , OK 73113

Posted 3 months ago

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THIS IS A NATIONAL GUARD TITLE 32 EXCEPTED SERVICE POSITION.

This National Guard position is for a POLICE OFFICER (Title 32), Position Description NumberD2155000 and is part of the OK 137th Special Operations Wing, Oklahoma Air National Guard.

  • Possible Retention Bonus available for these positions*

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Responsibilities

The primary purpose of this position is to protect Federal property from hazards such as sabotage, espionage, trespass, theft, fire, and accident or willful damage and destruction. To maintain law and order, preserve the peace, and protect life and civil rights within the jurisdiction of the military installation.

Travel Required

Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

Supervisory status

No

Promotion Potential
6

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HelpRequirements Conditions of Employment

  • Selectee will be required to wear the military uniform.

  • Acceptance of an excepted service position constitutes concurrence with these requirements as a condition of employment.

  • Males born after 31 December 1959 must be registered for Selective Service.

  • Federal employment suitability as determined by a background investigation.

  • May be required to successfully complete a probationary period.

  • Participation in direct deposit is mandatory.

  • Must be able to obtain and maintain the appropriate security clearance of the position.

  • This position is covered by the Domestic Violence Misdemeanor Amendment (30 Sep 96) of the Gun Control Act (Lautenberg Amendment) of 1968. An individual convicted of a qualifying crime of domestic violence may not perform the duties of this position.

  • Ability to establish effective professional working relationships with coworkers and customers, contributing to a cooperative working environment and successful accomplishment of the mission.

  • May occasionally be required to work other than normal duty hours; overtime may be required.

  • The duties and responsibilities of your job may significantly impact the environment.

  • You are responsible to maintain awareness of your environmental responsibilities as dictated by legal and regulatory requirements, your organization, and its changing mission.

  • Employee may work an uncommon tour of duty to include nights, weekends, holidays, rotating shifts and subject to recall.

  • May need to wear special protective clothing such as coats, boots, vests, gas masks, helmets and hearing protection. May be exposed to high levels of noise such as aircraft engines.

  • The employee may need to travel in military and/or commercial aircraft to perform temporary duty assignments.

  • This position is covered by the Domestic Violence Misdemeanor Amendment (30 September 1996) of the Gun Control Act (Lautenberg Amendment) of 1968.

  • An individual convicted of a qualifying crime of domestic violence may not perform the duties of this position.

  • The work may require the employee to drive a motor vehicle. An appropriate, valid driver?s license may be required for the position

  • Incumbent must know how to operate all Security Forces Vehicles and installed equipment

  • Possible Retention Bonus available for these positions.

Qualifications

Military Grades:E-1 through E-4

Compatible Military Assignments:3P0X1

GENERAL EXPERIENCE: Must have a minimum of one year on-the-job experience in the grade immediately below the next higher level. Understanding of the basic principles and concepts of military security forces functions, laws, policies, regulations, rules, procedures, and methods. Also, have general experience performing functions such as weapon systems and resource security, air base defense, law enforcement; and, if applicable for the position, experience in handling military working dog functions or combat arms functions.

SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: Knowledge is mandatory of: Weaponry, laws, directives, programs, policies, and procedures governing SF activities; installation security; weapon system and resource security; anti-terrorism; law enforcement and investigations; military working dogs; air base defense; training; pass and registration; civilian work force; and combat arms. In addition to successful completion of the basic technical training course program, for this series. Has experiences in performing practical security force (SF) activities in direct support of the military weapon systems and physical security; law and order; or area security operations. Work experiences are in law enforcement, maintaining law and order, preserving the peace, and protecting life and civil rights within the jurisdiction of military installations. Has experiences in protecting federal property from hazards such as sabotage, espionage, trespass, theft, fire, and accident or willful damage and destruction. Has experiences in responding to disaster and relief operations and participates in contingencies.

Knowledge of the full range of security forces, and police and law enforcement services which requires considerable training, experience, and proficiency to perform the full range of operations in preventing or resolving offenses.

Knowledge of standardized federal laws, regulations, methods, procedures, operating techniques, Air Force instructions, state, and local laws to perform tasks including, but not limited to, pursuing and apprehending persons fleeing a crime scene; performing dispatcher duties involving passing of directions and information to officers on posting assignments; seeking, detecting, and protecting evidence and witnesses at the scene of an incident; and detaining witnesses and suspects.

Knowledge of investigative techniques to adequately handle complaints and incidents which may entail performing initial investigative actions prior to transferring situation authority to other investigators.

Knowledge of security and security forces requirements, procedures, and tactics to support installation physical security and contingency operations.

Knowledge of firearms and tactics utilized in emergency situations.

Knowledge of alarm and electronic monitoring system operations and how to interpret signals and other outputs.

Knowledge of emergency services, tactics, and procedures to include, weapons and chemical agents, negotiations, building layouts, terrorist threats and counter terrorism methods, search and rescue techniques, crowd and demonstration control, etc.

Ability to use firearms in emergency situations.

Ability to gather facts and use effective, analytical, and established methods to accurately assess a situation and determine the appropriate course of action.

Ability to use automated information systems to enter and extract data and to prepare reports.

Education

You must have a high school diploma or equivalent.

Completion of the security forces (SF) apprentice course is mandatory.


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Police Officer (Title 32)

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Department Of The Air Force