Lake George Marine Officer 1 - Grade NS

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This title exists in Lake George Park Comm and has approximately 11 positions.

*The number of positions is approximate and represents the number of positions established (both filled and vacant); it is not an indication or reference to position type or duration, or intent to be filled.

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Salary Information for Lake George Marine Officer 1
Title Grade Hiring Rate/yr Job Rate/yr
Lake George Marine Officer 1 NS (salary information not available)
Lake George Marine Officer 2 NS (salary information not available)

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Job Duties

As a Lake George Marine Officer 1, you would:

Perform law enforcement activities within the geographical boundaries of the Lake George Park, to ensure the safety and security of the public and to preserve and protect the natural and historic resources of the park.

Deter crime through a uniformed presence and proactive patrol tactics.

Provide crowd and vessel traffic control.

Protect victims at the scenes of offenses, accidents, and fires, and direct the response of emergency personnel, including firefighters, paramedics, ambulances, and tow boats.

Administer first aid and secure medical assistance for the prompt treatment of sick or injured persons.

Communicate laws, rules, and regulations to patrons while on patrol and when engaging in enforcement actions.

Participate in administering boating safety programs.

Assist other agencies in providing Marine Law Enforcement training.

Patrol an assigned area by boat to detect offenses or provide assistance to the public.

Make arrests and/or issue appearance tickets to halt illegal and disorderly behavior and to deter future violations of the law.

Conduct sobriety checkpoints to detect alcohol or drug impaired boaters and makes arrests of same.

Conduct investigations throughout the Lake George Park to apprehend subjects wanted for offenses committed in areas under the jurisdiction of the agency.

Make inquiries through law enforcement computer networks to verify the identity of suspects, and to determine ownership of property.

Detect hazards, unsafe conditions, or irregularities within the boundaries of the Lake George Park.

Assist other law enforcement and public safety agencies during emergency situations.

Inspect and photograph scenes of offenses to identify, preserve, collect, secure, and analyze physical evidence, in compliance with established evidentiary rules and procedures.

Interview suspects, victims, and witnesses to obtain testimonial evidence.

Apprehend suspects, perform mandated booking procedures, and attend arraignment of the accused before a magistrate.

Secure offenders to the custody of the appropriate law enforcement organization when so ordered by the court.

Complete all paperwork as required by the court or District Attorney.

Testify in court when required.

Seek and maintain the cooperation of other federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies.

Conduct or assist in the presentation of programs related to boating and safe navigation.

Assist Lake George Park Commission civilian staff with investigations and civil enforcement of violations of Commission's regulations.

Compile accident reports, investigative reports, and general incident reports, and complete other paperwork, as required.

Assist other law enforcement agencies in the collection and compilation of boating accidents and casualties.

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Summary of Minimum Qualifications

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