SERVING IN YOUR COMMUNITY, MAKING A DIFFERENCE FOR POLICE AND EMERGENCY RESPONDERS
Make a difference in your community may include the option of providing proactive physical protection. All communities have public and private schools that host thousands of students daily. These students should have a safe environment to learn and study. TAPSKC Officers provide the shield of protection daily to these students, faculty and guests. A physical presence may act as a viable deterrent to crime. Beyond the physical presence, officers receive tactical and practical training to respond to an emergency. If you desire an opportunity to make a difference in your community, choose to protect and serve! Be respected and honored with TAPSKC.
Selected individuals will receive on-the-job training, field-training, viable training credentials and state/national recognized certifications. ALL SELECTED OFFICERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO COMPLETE THE (BOT) BASIC OFFICER TRAINING COURSE.
21 years or older
High school diploma or GED
JOB DESCRIPTION: The duties of a private TAPSKC officer cadet focuses on the preservation of life and property. An authorized and licensed Officer cadet provides a static physical uniformed officer presence, police the areas they are assigned, which may include through multiple jurisdictions, respond to calls, enforce rules, enforce regulations, and laws; apprehend and/or detain suspects, issue code violations, and occasionally testify in court cases. Officers must exude a high level of integrity, morals and maintain reliability.
*Applications will be reviewed and processed into selected individuals. These selected individuals will receive a phone interview. Upon successful completion of the phone interview, an onsite oral board interview will be scheduled.
BOT BASIC OFFICER TRAINING COURSE: 100+ HOURS OF RECOGNIZABLE TRAINING
Airborne and Blood-borne pathogens, Ambush awareness and preparation, Anti-bias training for law enforcement, Anti-harassment in the workplace, Arrest search and seizure, Basic firearm safety NRA basic pistol, Bloodborne pathogens, Bloodborne pathogens for first responders, Civil Rights, Community Policing, Community Policing Strategies, Constitutional and community policing, Constitutional law, De-escalation and minimized use of force, Distracted driving for law enforcement, Driving while distracted, Eating right for health and fitness, Ethics in law enforcement, Firearm tactics, HIPPA for first responders, Holds and restraints, Identity theft crimes, Implicit bias, Interacting with the mentally ill as a first responder, Litigation procedures, Missing person's with Alzheimer's Disease, Off duty safety and ready, Officer liability, Officer safety and procedure in domestic violence response, Officer tactical training, Officer wellness and Mental Health Awareness, Opioid Crisis-protecting the first responders, Overcoming resistance-start with mental preparation, Preparing your response to challenging situations, Presenting effective testimony in a courtroom, Professional police driving, Driving University-distracted driving course, Public recording of police activities, Racial profiling part 1, Racial profiling part 2-data collection, Recognizing and responding to domestic violence, Responders at risk- protecting first responders from opioid exposure, Responding to people with mental illness, Responding to people with mental illness, School Resource Officers, Sexual harassment in the workplace, Shaping an ethical workplace culture, Social media and law enforcement, Subject precipitated homicide, Suicide by cop, Suicide prevention for law enforcement, Suspects in medical distress, Tactical Patrol Considerations, The LGBTQ Community, Understanding and Responding to Excited Delirium Calls, Use of Force, Using OC-oleoresin capsicum (nationally recognized by certified instructor) with video documented voluntary exposure, Using Social Media for Investigations, Vehicle Safety, Violence in the Workplace, Workplace Bullying. (most courses range from 1-2 hour certifications; other certified training courses earned from any outside or external source is subject to review and approval)
WHERE DO WE MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
We serve the Kansas City Greater Metropolitan and surrounding area's. Please help us provide a difference in multiple communities by being available to respond to any of the following area's; KCMO, Independence, Grandview, Raymore, Belton, Lees Summit, North Kansas City, West Bottoms, KCKS, Overland Park, Mission, Prairie Village, Shawnee, Olathe, Merriam, Gardner, and/or Lenexa.
TAPS OF KC
Why Work Here?TAPSKC: Private Law Enforcement provides professionally trained, uniformed Private Officers to private schools and businesses that require protection. This private agency was founded and incorporated in 2011. In years past sales have fluxuated to as much as just under $300,000.00. If you desire to MAKE A DIFFERENCE in Law Enforcement, we urge you to apply. COME JOIN US!
MAKE A DIFFERENCE, PROTECTING AND SERVING THE COMMUNITY
Kansas City, MO