UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO POLICE DEPARTMENT
2801 WEST BANCROFT ST. - MS 207
TOLEDO, OHIO 43606
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Updated: June 03, 2020
Job Classification: University Law Enforcement Officer (ULEO)
The University of Toledo Police Department is announcing the recruitment of qualified professionals for the position of University Law Enforcement Officer (ULEO). Recruitment for this position will create an active eligibility list for current vacancies and for any future positions that may become available.
To be considered further in the selection process, candidates must obtain a score of 65% or higher in the Human Relations video portion of the FrontLine National exam, and 70% or higher in both the Writing and Reading portions of the FrontLine National exam.
In addition to NTN testing, all candidates must complete the NTN Personal History Questionnaire (PHQ). You may access the PHQ through your NTN candidate account. The PHQ must be completed on or before the testing closing date. Failure to complete the PHQ by this date would eliminate the candidate from further consideration.
Salary Information: $50,678 to $51,614 (starting annual salary dependent on shift assignment). Up to $65,254 after four years of service upon reaching Senior Patrol Officer status.
Benefit Information: Extensive fringe benefits include medical care insurance; prescription drug benefits; vision/dental benefits; life insurance; attractive retirement plan under the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) – Law Enforcement; paid holidays; two weeks paid vacation leave after one full year of service; earned accumulation of sick leave; tuition assistance opportunities for you and your family.
Candidate Contact: Rodney J. TheisDeputy Chief of Police419-530-4448Rodney.Theis@utoledo.edu
Department Overview: The University of Toledo Police Department (UTPD) provides 24-hour uniformed police services to all three campuses serving a daily population of more than 31,000 students, faculty, staff, employees, patients and visitors, making UTPD one of the most active police departments in northwest Ohio.
All UTPD officers are sworn State of Ohio Peace Officers commissioned by the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy. Police Officers are entrusted through the Board of Trustees in accordance with Ohio Civil Service Law and Section 3345.04 of the Ohio Revised Code. University Law Enforcement Officers have misdemeanor and felony arrest authority, as well as all other enforcement powers granted to peace officers in the state of Ohio. UTPD officers are subject to all training and education requirements established by the Ohio Peace Officers' Training Council and The University of Toledo.
UTPD officers require a professional demeanor, exceptional judgment and the right disposition. Officers are selected through a comprehensive selection process and have demonstrated knowledge and skillsets through a rigorous field-training period. In addition to providing excellent police services, officers continue to train and gain knowledge throughout their UTPD law enforcement career.
Area Information: Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio
Age: Must be 21 years of age on or before date of appointment.
US Citizen: Yes
High School Grad/GED: Yes
Valid OHIO State Driver's License: Yes, or equivalent from another state that would be considered valid in the State of Ohio.
Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes
Vision: 20/20 corrected
College: Candidates must have completed ninety-six (96) quarter hours / sixty-four (64) semester hours of college level academic credits from an accredited college or university (having earned a GPA of 2.0 or higher); OR education may be substituted with two (2) years of continuous active full-time law enforcement experience (as a state-certified peace officer) with a state certified law enforcement agency
Academy Certification: Candidates must have a valid Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy (OPOTA) certificate, be currently enrolled in an OPOTA-certified police academy, or be registered to attend an OPOTA-certified police academy
Prior Experience: May substitute the education requirement with two (2) years of continuous active full-time law enforcement experience (as a state-certified peace officer) with a state certified law enforcement agency
Disqualification Criteria: For a complete list of disqualification criteria, please visit: Disqualification Criteria