SEC EMPLOYMENT, RPD OFFICER- Duke Raleigh Hospital
Provide a deterrent to disorderly / criminal conduct through visible presence and refer requests for non-criminal assistance from visitors, patients or staff related to the hospital to Duke Raleigh contract security. Adhere to RPD Secondary Employment Assignment Post Orders for Duke Raleigh Hospital.
PRN responsibilities (max of 900 hours/yr) non-benefit eligible position.
Supplemental position for the Raleigh Policeforce.
Communicate effectively and respectfully with members of the community, supervisors and peers. Display empathy and caring for both Duke Community members and nonmembers. Treat all individuals with dignity, respect and fundamental fairness. Ensure the constitutional guarantees of all individuals. Uphold the sanctity of all lives in every encounter. Attempt to de-escalate violent or threatening behavior while remaining calm, empathetic and maintaining impulse control. Provide appropriate and coordinated response to assaultive behavior by staff, visitors, and non-affiliated persons when requested; refer situations with patients to healthcare security. Provide scene security at the Emergency Department (ED) entrance/drive for drive-up / drop-off victims of violent crime, such as gunshot victims, etc. Coordinate with responding first responders for significant emergencies. Deliver service that contributes to a non-escalating environment by treating all persons with dignity and respect and in a manner that is proportional and fair. Assist contract security officers when requested as they respond to disturbances involving visitors, employees, etc. Make safe and help security staff securely store firearms detected through screening or otherwise found on Duke Raleigh property. Refer requests for assistance with criminal matters on hospital property to the Raleigh Police on duty units; take action to stabilize the situation if necessary. Alert Duke University Police Department to the following crimes (due to federal law regarding response on Duke property): Murder or non-negligent manslaughter, Negligent manslaughter, Sex Offense (forcible ornon-orcible), Robbery, Aggravated assault, Burglary, Motor vehicle theft, Major incidents of arson, Domestic violence, Dating violence, Stalking
Work requires comprehensive and communication skills normally acquired through a high school education.
Degrees, Licensures, Certifications
Current fully certified Raleigh Police Officer (General Certification) with no sustained complaints for disrespect, excessive force, etc.
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