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Job Details

CompanySt. Louis County
Job TitleBailiff-Court Security
StatusPart Time
Wages/Salary$14.32 - $17.15 Hourly (Hourly)
Posting DateMay 10th, 2013
Posting ExpiresMay 17th, 2013
Education LevelNot Specified

Application Information

Phone218-726-2422
Fax--
Emailschowalterc@stlouiscountymn.gov
Address100 N 5th Ave W, Rm 1
CityDuluth
StateMN - MINNESOTA
Zip55802
Method of ApplicationOnline
On Location

Benefits

Health Insurance
Dental Insurance
Life Insurance
Paid Holidays
Vacation
Sick Leave

Application Instructions

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Pass/Fail):
High school graduation or equivalent. Possession of a valid driver's license. Candidates with related training in law enforcement, military law enforcement or private security training and/or experience are preferred.

Description

Responsible work maintaining order and decorum and providing security functions within courtrooms and adjacent public areas to ensure the personal protection of judges, jurors, witnesses, attorneys and other persons involved with the court, including the general public.
An employee in this class preserves order and control in courtrooms and common areas of the courthouses to ensure the safety of court officials, participants, and the general public. Duties include monitoring and screening individuals, packages and personal items entering and leaving the courtroom using a variety of detection methods and devices; assisting in providing security during heightened security situations; assisting with emergency medical situations as needed; obtaining defendants identifying information in accordance with applicable laws; directing and escorting non-combative custodial individuals within the courthouse. The work is performed in accordance with established Departmental policies under the supervision and authority of the Sheriff's Office, and in conjunction with other courthouse staff.