Campus Law Enforcement Jobs

Director, Department of Safety and Security, Dartmouth College (New Hampshire)

Dartmouth College—an Ivy League, top ranked research institution—seeks a new Director for their Department of Safety and Security serving a diverse residential community of 6,500 students, 4,200 faculty and staff, and over 160 buildings throughout its 269 acre campus in the college town of Hanover, New Hampshire. The Director will:

  • Provide strategic vision and leadership for comprehensive services, including safety and security programs, physical facility security, compliance, training, emergency preparedness, and critical incident response;

  • Sustain the Department’s commitment to a strong community policing approach;

  • Advance best practices and enhance training and services through calculated investments in technology, staff, and professional development;

  • Lead a dedicated department of 30 security and dispatch professionals;

  • Work collaboratively with campus partners, as well as with members of local, state, and federal law enforcement and first response agencies;

  • Actively contribute to institutional strategic planning and the master facilities plan.

Full announcement, qualifications, and application instructions:

To nominate an individual and/or discuss this opportunity, contact:

Valerie B. Szymkowicz, Vice President
Spelman Johnson
Twitter: @SpelmanJohnson
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Director of Public Safety James Madison University

The director of public safety provides leadership to the JMU police department, including patrol operations, technical services, dispatch and communications, investigations, crime prevention, special events, and the cadet program, as well as life safety and risk management for the entire university. The department has a staff of 73, including 51 sworn officers, and a $4.6 million budget.

The director must have a broad and deep understanding of national best practices with regard to community policing and embrace the educational values of an academic institution. The director should also be an experienced command officer capable of managing crises and complex situations, working across the institution and into the local community. The university police department has joint jurisdiction throughout the city with the Harrisonburg police department so a close relationship with the municipal department is critical for success.

A bachelor’s degree and significant experience in a management level position within a law enforcement organization are required. A degree in criminal justice, law enforcement, or a related field and experience in an institute of higher education’s police department are preferred.

Rview of applications will begin on February 21. A detailed description of the position is available on the Spelman Johnson website at

To nominate an individual and/or discuss this opportunity, contact:


Mark A. Hall
Vice President
Spelman Johnson
803-708-0038 (direct)
Twitter: @spelmanjohnson

Chief of Police - Department of Public Safety - Alamo Colleges District

The Alamo Colleges District, located in San Antonio, Texas, is pleased to announce the opportunity for a contemporary, highly adaptable law enforcement leader to fill the position of Chief of Police for the Department of Public Safety. Candidates must have a demonstrated track record of providing leadership and vision, and a commitment to a proactive, hands-on, participative management style. This individual must have demonstrated success in both community policing and recognized best practices, including the deliberate use of data to enhance public safety and reduce crime in a campus environment.

Deadline to apply is March 29, 2020 at 6:00 PM CST

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Chief Lauretta Hill, President

Dallas County Community College District

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