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City of Milton
The City of Milton is looking for a highly qualified individual to serve as a Public Safety Ambassador.
The Public Safety Ambassador acts as an unsworn additional resource for the Milton Police Department to use to augment protection services by increasing visibility, observation, and reporting (eyes and ears), enhancing community policing efforts, increasing community outreach, and performing protection activities that do not require actions by sworn police officers.
Traffic Control – Performs traffic control functions at locations and times that are routinely congested or where safety is an issue, such as congested intersections, schools, construction and road work locations, special events, etc.
Residential and Business Patrols - Conducts vehicular and foot patrols of residential areas, neighborhoods, and businesses to provide increased visibility, observation, and reporting of any unusual, inappropriate, suspicious, or illegal activity on, or around, the properties. Requests actions by others (sworn officer, detectives, fire/ems personnel, etc.) as required.
Concentrated Patrols - Conducts vehicular and foot patrols for increased visibility/observation/reporting in specifically identified locations, such as high traffic corridors, areas with increased accident rates, areas/businesses/residential locations that have experienced increased unusual or suspicious activity, citizen complaints, and any other areas where additional patrols and visibility might assist in minimizing incidents.
Vacation Checks - Conducts periodic patrols/checks of residential locations where owners are away from the property for some extended period and requested a “vacation check” to ensure the property remains secure. Immediately reports any observations of suspicious activity, damage, or vandalism.
Calls for Service or Dispatched Calls - Receives calls for service or dispatched calls to respond, assess situations, and take appropriate action under their role and responsibilities as a PSA, i.e., respond to an action or situation that is reasonable to assume is low risk and does not require response by a sworn officer.
Formal Reports - Prepares formal reports as directed and as required by incidents.
Special Events - Represents the City of Milton and the Milton Police Department in a positive manner in all activities and special events, etc. Performs traffic control functions, assists pedestrians with street crossings, provides directions/information/and assistance to citizens and visitors, and monitors the event for unusual or inappropriate persons or activities.
First Aid - Performs first aid and CPR, and/or utilizes an AED in emergencies. Notifies radio dispatch immediately when additional response is needed by Police Officers and EMS/Fire personnel.
Security Screening - Conducts security screening for persons entering municipal court or other venues using a walk-thru and/or handheld magnetometer.
Parking Violations - Monitors parking in handicapped spaces and on City streets for violations.
Witness Statements - When requested by Police Officers or Investigators, assists in identifying/gathering information/and recording information from witnesses.
Refers Issues to City Services - Reports problems, damages, hazards, mishaps, etc., related to roads, lighting, signage or other property and equipment under the responsibility of the City of Milton. Routine reporting would normally be submitted through the City’s online app. Problems and hazards that would cause a risk to public safety, such as downed power lines, road blockages, fires, etc., would require immediate reporting to radio dispatch and a Milton Police Supervisor.
Community Outreach and Public Relations - Represents the City of Milton and the Milton Police in a positive manner in all activities, special events, etc. Provides directions, information, and assistance to citizens and visitors. Assists the Community Outreach Officer in presentations and community activities, etc.
Crime Prevention – Conducts crime prevention presentations to neighborhood groups, HOAs, business groups, citizen groups, etc.
Performs other related duties as required.
At least 18 years of age at the time of hire, a high school diploma or GED equivalency. Must have a valid Georgia Driver’s License and a satisfactory 7-year driving history that includes no DUIs in the last 8 years.
$27.50 an hour, non-exempt, with excellent benefits.
How to Apply:
Please email a resume and Letter of Interest to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions, please call Milton's Human Resources Department at 678-242-2620.
TEAM MILTON is committed to an environment that nurtures understanding across differences, training, mentoring and provides a workplace where all staff feel welcome and valued. We are an equal opportunity employer.p >