CD Systems, LLC

JOB DESCRIPTION AND PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS:

SCOPE OF EMPLOYMENT: CDS SECURITY PERSONNEL: PERMANENT, SUBCONTRACTED,
OFF-DUTY POLICEPERSONS

JOB DESCRIPTION: COMPANY EXPECTATIONS OF ALL SECURITY PERSONNEL

TITLE: Security Officer

REPORTS TO: COMMANDER BRIAN L. JACKSON, B.S.M.E.

GENERAL TASK DESCRIPTION AND EXPECTATIONS:

PARTICULARS:

  1. Conduct the proper licensing and CDS training preparations
  2. Arrive to work on time, dressed properly, and ready to work; be prepared in terms of proper equipment
  3. Check in with the Client, or the Timesheet Mobile System to report your being on-site and your readiness to work
  4. Conduct yourself professionally, according to the expectations of the Client, the Company, and the prevailing expectations of the cognizant Watchman’s Division, St. Louis County Police Dept., and the Municipalities
  5. Provide the Client with feedback regarding the secure nature of the site, and make recommendations
  6. Do not leave your post/location for extended periods of time- if your supervisor/captain checks your post and you are absent with dilettance (negligence), your employee status may be reviewed on the spot
  7. Report all incidents to the Client, Site Supervisor, and/or Post Commander, and the Company immediately by report: Ordinary or Extraordinary Incident Report And/Or Witness Affidavit Document
  8. Leaving the post before your shift is over will cause your employee status may be reviewed on the spot

CDS SPECIFICS:

  1. Uniformed Officers, On-Duty Appearance
    – All officers must be in proper uniform, with Metro ID worn on the outermost garment
    – All officers must be neat in appearance, and all officers must be clean shaven and clothes neat and shoes clean and shiny
  2. Reporting For Duty
    – All officers are required to report for duty fifteen minutes till the hour to properly start the shift or relieve the officers on duty
    – Any officers failing to make relief will be docked to pay the on-duty or FLOAT officers’ overtime
    – Any officers having any problems reporting for duty shall contact the company four hours before the shift
  3. Patrol Procedures
    – Each officer is required to patrol his/her area to familiarize his/herself with any unusual circumstances
    – All officers will check said property for vagrant and non-residents. AlI person(s) not having legal or consumer rights to be on said property will be escorted off the property
  4. Property
    – Officers will insure visible deterrence. All officers will and shall remain visible always
    – Never will officers pursue suspects off property unless due to a fleeing felony, posing a threat to himself or others
    – Do not engage in “non-security” activities: helping others change tires, etc. on or off-site
    – Never will officers leave the property to investigate crimes unless committed on property
    – Officers will not allow any solicitation, gambling, nor any destruction of property on the Property
    – No alcoholic beverages allowed on the premises, unless it is a retail liquor establishment. No loitering on the parking lots. No drinking out of open containers
    – Cellular Telephones: subject to a “conceal-Carry” Rule: clients NOT to see you with or on
    phones
  5. Reports
    – All reports shall be completed before his/her end of their shift
    – All reports will be turned into the office/Post Captain/Commander/Supervisor promptly
  6. Officers’ Demeanor
    – All officers will maintain the highest level of professionalism. Never will any officers disrespect or degrade any fellow officers, staff, clientele, or residents
  7. Disciplinary Action
    – Any officers failing to follow said instruction will result in disciplinary action

–BRIAN JACKSON, COMMANDER/CEO, CDS, 2021

To apply for this job email your details to dshf.ljackson@gmail.com