Benedictine University Police Department

  • Agency: Benedictine University Police Department
  • Address: 5720 College Rd, Lisle, 60532 IL
  • Chief: Mike Salatino (Chief of Police)
Phone: 630-829-6122
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Benedictine University Police Department is located at 5720 College Rd, Lisle, 60532 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Mike Salatino. The Benedictine University Police Department phone number is 630-829-6122.

Benedictine University Police Department News

We're Hiring! Founded as a Catholic university in 1887, Benedictine University is located in Lisle, Illinois just 25 miles west of Chicago, and has branch campuses in Springfield, Illinois and Mesa, Arizona. We are Catholic. All are welcome. Benedictine University seeks employees who understand and contribute to the University’s mission and vision. Inspired by our Catholic Benedictine mission and identity, our academic community is committed to inclusion. As an institution, we express our commitment to our identity as a Catholic and Benedictine institution through our values as they are manifested throughout the University. As such, all employees are expected to support the University’s Catholic Benedictine mission and identity and to contribute to its distinctive intellectual life in an effort to help each student and each other to thrive academically, professionally, and personally in our religiously and culturally diverse academic community. Job Title: University Police Officer Department: University Police Department Reports to: Chief of Police Position Summary: Primary responsibilities include enforcing state statute, Illinois vehicle code, campus patrol and supervising student employees, utilizing currently accepted progressive management philosophies. Protect students, faculty, staff, campus visitors, property and facilities from accidents, bodily harm, hazards, fire, theft, vandalism and illegal entry, by enforcing University rules and regulations, enforcing of State statutes, to include traffic and parking regulations and apprehending violators. Provide general information and assistance to the public, conduct criminal investigations and participate in community oriented policing efforts. Must embrace quality customer service philosophy, as subscribed in the department’s Mission and Value Statement. Essential Job Responsibilities: 1. Patrol University property on foot, bicycle and vehicle, to identify hazardous conditions, take corrective measures to reduce or eliminate inappropriate behavior. 2. Enforce Administrative Conduct Policies, Local, State and Federal criminal and civil law, as applicable. 3. Embrace the various concepts of Community Oriented Police philosophy, in a campus environment. 4. Respond to calls for service, including but not limited to, locking/unlocking classrooms, offices, dorms and buildings. Provide motorist assistance, emergency medical response utilizing patient assessment, cardio pulmonary resuscitation, automated external defibrillator and basic first aid. Conduct investigation, prepare written reports, collect evidence, and gather victim/witness statements of criminal acts and violations of administrative law. Perform other duties as assigned by the Chief of Police, or his designee. 5. Participate in traffic and pedestrian safety initiatives. This will include seat belt safety checkpoints, radar enforcement of speeding, DUI enforcement, stop sign violations, parking infractions and pedestrian awareness campaigns. Also, participate in professional development through internal and external sources. Other Functions: Take active role in one or more positions of responsibility, to include, but not limited to Residence Hall Resource Officer, FBI Liaison, Evidence Custodian Evidence Technician, Firearms Instructor, Software Manager, Bicycle Officer, Vehicle Maintenance Officer, Field Training Officer Youth Officer, K9 Handler, Juvenile Officer, Problem Oriented Policing Unit Member, DUI Detection Unit, Public Presentations on Sexual Assault, Violence Against Women, Active Shooter, Emergency Evacuation/Shelter In Place, Substance Abuse and the like. Minimum Job Requirements: EducationAssociates Degree, Bachelors Degree preferred. Experience: Prior demonstrated law enforcement experience in a college/university, or unit of government local-state-county setting. Specific Skills: Extensive law enforcement experience, to include, conducting criminal investigations, positive proactive interaction with the public and the ability effectively communicate in written and verbal manner. Specific Knowledge, Licenses, Certifications: Current full-time certification as a peace officer by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board, or successful Waiver of Minimum Training Standards. Current Illinois drivers License and be free of any felony convictions and certain misdemeanor convictions. Supervisory Responsibility (if applicable): - Supervise Student Employees Working Conditions: Must be willing to work varying schedules, including evenings, weekends and holidays. Be able to physically apprehend violators. Be able to perform duties and tasks that will place the incumbent in jeopardy and physical harm. Be of good moral character as determined by a thorough background investigation. Be fingerprinted for the purpose of a search of local, state and national fingerprint files to disclose any arrest and/or convictions. Benedictine University does not discriminate in its admissions or educational policies, programs or activities; scholarship and loan programs; athletic and other University administered programs or employment practices on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, military or veteran status, marital status, citizenship, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. The laws applicable to Benedictine University include constitutional and statutory protections of the University's rights as a religiously sponsored institution. This policy of equal employment opportunity applies to all employment and personnel practices including, but not limited to, recruiting, hiring, promotion, training and compensation. In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire. Benedictine University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

We're Hiring Founded as a Catholic university in 1887, Benedictine University is located in Lisle, Illinois just 25 miles west of Chicago, and has branch campuses in Springfield, Illinois and Mesa, Arizona. We are Catholic. All are welcome. Benedictine University seeks employees who understand and contribute to the University’s mission and vision. Inspired by our Catholic Benedictine mission and identity, our academic community is committed to inclusion. As an institution, we express our commitment to our identity as a Catholic and Benedictine institution through our values as they are manifested throughout the University. As such, all employees are expected to support the University’s Catholic Benedictine mission and identity and to contribute to its distinctive intellectual life in an effort to help each student and each other to thrive academically, professionally, and personally in our religiously and culturally diverse academic community. Job Title: University Police Officer Department: University Police Department Reports to: Chief of Police, through the Deputy Chief of Police Position Summary: Primary responsibilities include enforcing state statute, Illinois vehicle code, campus patrol and supervising student employees, utilizing currently accepted progressive management philosophies. Protect students, faculty, staff, campus visitors, property and facilities from accidents, bodily harm, hazards, fire, theft, vandalism and illegal entry, by enforcing University rules and regulations, enforcing of State statutes, to include traffic and parking regulations and apprehending violators. Provide general information and assistance to the public, conduct criminal investigations and participate in community oriented policing efforts. Must embrace quality customer service philosophy, as subscribed in the department’s Mission and Value Statement. Essential Job Responsibilities: 1. Patrol University property on foot, bicycle and vehicle, to identify hazardous conditions, take corrective measures to reduce or eliminate inappropriate behavior. 2. Enforce Administrative Conduct Policies, Local, State and Federal criminal and civil law, as applicable. 3. Embrace the various concepts of Community Oriented Police philosophy, in a campus environment. 4. Respond to calls for service, including but not limited to, locking/unlocking classrooms, offices, dorms and buildings. Provide motorist assistance, emergency medical response utilizing patient assessment, cardio pulmonary resuscitation, automated external defibrillator and basic first aid. Conduct investigation, prepare written reports, collect evidence, and gather victim/witness statements of criminal acts and violations of administrative law. Perform other duties as assigned by the Chief of Police, or his designee. 5. Participate in traffic and pedestrian safety initiatives. This will include seat belt safety checkpoints, radar enforcement of speeding, DUI enforcement, stop sign violations, parking infractions and pedestrian awareness campaigns. Also, participate in professional development through internal and external sources. Other Functions: Take active role in one or more positions of responsibility, to include, but not limited to Residence Hall Resource Officer, FBI Liaison, Evidence Custodian Evidence Technician, Firearms Instructor, Software Manager, Bicycle Officer, Vehicle Maintenance Officer, Field Training Officer Youth Officer, K9 Handler, Juvenile Officer, Problem Oriented Policing Unit Member, DUI Detection Unit, Public Presentations on Sexual Assault, Violence Against Women, Active Shooter, Emergency Evacuation/Shelter In Place, Substance Abuse and the like. Minimum Job Requirements: Education: High School Diploma, Associates Degree preferred. Experience: Prior demonstrated law enforcement experience in a college/university, or unit of government local-state-county setting. Specific Skills: Extensive law enforcement experience, to include, conducting criminal investigations, positive proactive interaction with the public and the ability effectively communicate in written and verbal manner. Specific Knowledge, Licenses, Certifications: Current full-time certification as a peace officer by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board, or successful Waiver of Minimum Training Standards. Current Illinois drivers License and be free of any felony convictions and certain misdemeanor convictions. Supervisory Responsibility (if applicable): - Supervise Student Employees Working Conditions: Must be willing to work varying schedules, including evenings, weekends and holidays. Be able to physically apprehend violators. Be able to perform duties and tasks that will place the incumbent in jeopardy and physical harm. Be of good moral character as determined by a thorough background investigation. Be fingerprinted for the purpose of a search of local, state and national fingerprint files to disclose any arrest and/or convictions. Benedictine University does not discriminate in its admissions or educational policies, programs or activities; scholarship and loan programs; athletic and other University administered programs or employment practices on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, military or veteran status, marital status, citizenship, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. The laws applicable to Benedictine University include constitutional and statutory protections of the University's rights as a religiously sponsored institution. This policy of equal employment opportunity applies to all employment and personnel practices including, but not limited to, recruiting, hiring, promotion, training and compensation. In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire. Benedictine University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Join us on March 5

Coffee with a Cop event in Goodwin Hall sponsored by University Police. Continuing to build a vital communication bridge between law enforcement and the community. The turn out was great and many questions and concerns were answered. Thank you all very much for your continuing support and if you have any more question please feel free to contact us at #universitypolice or by phone (630)829-6122.

A message from the Chief of Police: On behalf of the entire Benedictine University Police Department and in the name of all that National Night Out represents, I would like to personally express my gratitude for your participation in our 4th annual national night Out. It is admirable that in the state of our current economy, with the trends of our social environment, and in the face of the public you could stand with us to show a united front for positive community partnerships. Moving forward, I challenge you to be a representative of peace, positivity, and partner for community growth. Together, we can keep moving our neighborhoods forward one handshake, one smile, and one introduction at a time. My sincere thanks for spending your night with us and we hope to have your support again for our 5th annual National Night Out on Tuesday August 7th, 2018. Derek L. Ferguson, Chief of Police Benedictine University Police Department

This month we want to recognize those who struggle with illnesses that may lead to suicide and become aware of the hardship this has on a family. If you or someone you know is struggling from depression, grief, or anxiety, please under- stand you are not alone. We have a wonderful Counseling Center here in the Krasa Student Center, room 112. The Counseling Center has many programs available to assist you in many ways. To make an appointment call 630.829.1800. You can also contact the University Police at 630.829.6666, as well as DuPage County Crisis Intervention Unit at 630.627.1700.

As many of you have heard, our Records Manager/Dispatch Supervisor Amanda Warren has left the department to focus on her family. There is an obvious void in our office. Along with her titled roles, she also boosted moral, was a "lazer focused" worker, and more importantly, made both the current and former Chiefs look smarter than they actually are. Good luck in your future endeavors! .