Company: Sandia Resort & Casino
Posted on: September 13, 2019
Position Summary Responsible for the enforcement of Tribal, state
and federal laws, to include criminal and traffic ordinances and
codes, designed to protect the lives and property of Pueblo
residents and visitors. Supervision Exercised Supervised by the
Police Chief and Police Sergeants. Major Duties and
Responsibilities May perform any or all of the following duties:
- Patrol by vehicle or on foot, Indian country or the interior of
the Sandia Indian Reservation.
- Respond to radio dispatches, phone-in calls, informant tips,
and walk-in traffic and initiates appropriate response(s).
- Investigate crimes reported by private parties. Bureau of
Indian Affairs Law Enforcement Dispatcher, Chief of Police or other
law enforcement agencies.
- Apprehend law violators and make arrests for offenses which
occur in the presence of an officer.
- Serve court documents to include court summons, court
subpoenas, arrest warrants, and civil papers.
- Attend court hearings, testify, present evidence and seek
prosecution through the courts; May serve as an expert
- Respond to and investigate traffic accidents.
- Direct traffic as needed.
- Respond to and investigate domestic violence calls within the
- Assist the Police Chief, Tribal Courts, Probationary Officer,
BIA Social Service Agent, social worker or any law enforcement
agent with child and elderly abuse cases.
- Keep detailed activity and prepare case reports.
- Answers questions and complaints from the public.
- Prepare/give classes and speeches to promote
- Check and maintain vehicles and personal protective
- Attend advance training seminars and specialized training
- Direct traffic and perform patrol activities during special
- Perform additional duties and responsibilities as necessary or
assigned. Secondary Duties and Responsibilities Knowledge, Skills
- Ability to read/write and prepare detailed daily activity and
- Ability to deal effectively with the public.
- Ability to prepare and give oral presentations to the
- Ability to investigate accidents and crime scenes and make
- Ability to prepare and prosecute cases and give courtroom
- Ability to plan tasks and manage time efficiently.
- Ability to receive telephone calls and respond to
- Knowledge of Tribal, state and federal laws/enforcement
- Knowledge of traffic ordinances and codes.
- Knowledge of the use of maintenance requirements for
departmental and personal protective equipment.
- Knowledge of Tribal policies and procedures and state
- Knowledge of Tribal safety practices, regulations and policies.
Minimum Qualifications, Education and Experience Required:
- High School Diploma, GED certification or equivalent
- NM Law Enforcement Academy Certification or the U.S. Indian
Police Academy Certification
- Must possess and maintain a valid, unrestricted New Mexico
- Must be at least 21 years or age Preferred:
- Prior law enforcement experience Licensing Status
- Must be able to successfully pass a stringent background and
character investigation in compliance with PL 101.630.
- Will require a post-offer, pre-employment and random drug
- Must successfully pass all of the following additional
requirements: vision requirements; medical examination;
pre-employment written exam; physical agility examination in
accordance with state and federal guidelines; psychological test at
appointment or within 90 days from date-of-hire; no felony
convictions; no arrest record within the past three (3) years;
driving test; background on driving record; polygraph test. Working
- Work is performed indoors and outdoors. Outside work is subject
to temperature extremes and inclement weather conditions.
- Work hours subject to rotating days and shifts with overtime
- Subject to hazards which may cause personal bodily harm;
arduous physical exertion under rigorous and unusual conditions,
fumes, explosives, automotive fluids, smoke; diseases; cuts
bruises, burns, common cold, influenza, dust, odors and elevated
- Tasks may be performed on uneven, inclined, hard and soft
carpeted floors, cement structures and surfaces.
- Duties may involve walking, standing for long periods of time,
sitting and crouching.
- Specific required movements include the following:
- Trunk- bend, twist, rotate, push, pull, carry.
- Arms - reach, carry, lift, twist, and rotate.
- Legs - lift, push, pull, twist, and rotate.
- Hands - Grasp, manipulate bilateral coordination, hand and eye
coordination, and overall and finger dexterity.
- Lift up to 85' of body weight.
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