The incumbent is a Captain who is located in Washington D.C., Police Operations Division (POD),Office of Security, Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Manages and supervises Police Officers in the Police Administration Branch and the Police Operations Branch. Ensures a cost effective and efficiently operated Police Force providing uninterrupted protection and security for the Bureau's employees, visitors, products, and property.
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As a Supervisory Police Officer, you will:
- Be designated as a supervisory law enforcement officer of the Bureau by statute and carries the same authority as sheriff or constable in policing the Bureau and designated areas. Ensure that subordinate officers perform duties within prescribed physical boundaries which are clearly defined by statue such as sidewalks or street lines and ensure Officers' patrol within the established boundaries. Have full jurisdictional authority over all violations of law, rule, or regulations. Enforce a wide variety of Federal and local laws and ordinances, and Bureau rules and regulations relating to law enforcement, safety and security.
-Carry a firearm or other weapons governed by the Office of Security's policy on training and weapons qualifications required for continued employment with the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Have the power of arrest and detention.
-Manage supervisory officers and is directly accountable for the actions of all supervisors and officers attached to his or her shift. Ensure compliance with BEP and the Office of Security's rules and regulations. Select and assign team members to carry out special projects or administrative functions, i.e., shift and leave scheduling, work schedule violations, leave audits, overtime, research and development, allocating the resources needed to fulfill the mission of the division and its branches. Supervise and manage the administrative and operational activities of the Police Operations Branch and the Police Administration Branch and is responsible to initiate disciplinary actions, improve employee morale, and ensure that each officer receives a performance plan and a fair and an equitable appraisal.