Job Title: Police Officer Reports to: Police Sergeant
Department: YAPD Job Vacancy: YAN-19-060
Status: Regular, Full-TimeStarting Wage: $19.00
Opening Date: 09/03/2019 Closing Date: 09/16/2019
The Police Officer performs a variety of law enforcement work associated with patrol, traffic control, and routine investigations.
High School Diploma or GED required.
Arizona Post Certified required; Bureau of Indian Affairs Certification a plus.
Knowledge of Police operations, principles and practices, including investigating, patrol, communications, records, public relations and crime prevention
Must have a valid Arizona Driver’s License and be insurable with the Nation’s auto insurance policy and sustain insurability throughout the duration of employment.
Ability to communicate effectively with different age groups.
Ability to make effectively presentations on controversial topics.
Evidence of continuing educations to maintain any required Certification/License and update knowledge and skills.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Patrols the Yavapai-Apache Nation community, including off-road sites, in a radio-equipped vehicle to preserve law and order by discovering/preventing the commission of crimes and enforcing State and Tribal Laws and Ordinances.
Respond to calls involving automobile accidents, robberies, assaults, fights, domestic disturbances, and other criminal activities and civil complaints.
Secure crime scenes, identify witnesses, conduct preliminary investigations, and generally re-establish law and order at the scene.
Prepares statistical activity reports, complaints, affidavits, and other legal/technical documents.
Enforces Traffic Laws and Ordinances by checking vehicle speed and issuing warnings and/or citations as appropriate.
Prepares reports to document the facts of an incident and facilitate the apprehension prosecution, and conviction of the perpetrator.
Supports and interfaces with other employees and Tribal Members.
Conducts, attends, and interacts in meetings with Yavapai-Apache Nation personnel, other public agencies and the public.
Maintains professional education and interaction at meetings/conferences to keep abreast of changes in requirements which affect the Nation and current trends in the field.
Maintains a positive working relationship with other Tribal employees.
Participates on various Nation work groups.
How to apply: Please submit your resume and application to:
Preference will be given to qualified applicants who are members of federally recognized Indian tribes. To be considered for Indian Preference, you must submit your Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB) with your application.
WILL BE REQUIRED TO PASS A PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG SCREEN AND COMPLETE A BACKGROUND CHECK WHICH WILL INCLUDE FINGERPRINTING
Internal Number: YAN-19-060
Yavapai-Apache Nation Human Resources Office 2400 W. Datsi Street Camp Verde, AZ 86322. 928-567-1062 (phone)928-567-1064 (fax)