Centerra Group LLC Court Security Officer - USMS in Seattle, Washington

Constellis Domestic SecurityCourt Security Officer - USMS #@CT-2048 Constellis was established in 2010 by a group of operators and investors who sought to combine best-in-class brands, assets and people within the complex risk management industry. Today, the leading provider of risk management and operational support services worldwide, Constellis combines the legacy capabilities and experience of ACADEMI, AMK9, Triple Canopy, Olive Group, OMNIPLEX, Centerra, Edinburgh International, Strategic Social and all of their affiliates. From life support, procurement, operations and maintenance to high-threat protection, training, C4I systems integration and crisis response, Constellis helps its clients achieve and sustain success, no matter where they are in the world. Constellis operates in approximately 40 countries with regional offices in Africa, the Americas, Europe and the Middle East. Constellis is headquartered just outside of Washington, D.C. in Reston, VA. APSI Court Security Officer (CSO) is a specialized security position providing protective services at or around United State Federal Court Houses or other areas as assigned under a contract to the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS). CSO's in this classification generally provide security services under some limited supervision from a Lead CSO and the District Supervisor who reports to the Contract Manager (CM). The CSO position is able to perform a variety of fixed-post, mobile, or foot patrols while maintaining situational awareness and making decisions and/or taking actions consistent with established post orders, facility rules, guidelines and protocols. Duties may include work in austere and uncomfortable conditions for prolonged periods of time, including periods of inclement weather, while performing walking, standing, searching, and surveillance or sitting duties essential to the performance of the security functions. RESPONSIBILITIES: Shall enforce the District's entry and identification system. Test and Report Emergency Equipment Patrol court facilities and grounds of the facility in accordance with applicable post orders. Shall man USMS authorized stationary posts. Shall provide focused surveillance on incoming traffic to entrances from inside or outside the facility in order to detect oncoming threats before reaching the screening area. May provide armed escort services for judges, court personnel, jurors, and other designated individuals. Provide security services for off-site and remote judicial functions where access to the site can be controlled and public screening conducted. Where applicable, shall direct traffic, control lights on court facility properties, and monitor vehicles and pedestrians as described in the post orders. May occasionally be assigned to provide courtroom security during hearings. Shall provide security presence in the courtroom, enforce federal law and judicial orders within the courthouse, Shall turn over any articles found in a court facility or designated facility to the COR and complete a CSO-003 within 24 hours after the incident occurs. Keep supervisors and managers informed of unusual occurrences and important events as detailed in post orders, rules, regulations, guidelines and protocols. Monitor alarms, radio traffic and other information sources. Dispatch or inform others as needed and authorized. Report and appropriately address fire alarms, burglary alarms, requests for assistance and criminal acts; Stop, screen, inquire, and inspect vehicles and pedestrians entering and / or exiting the facility as directed by post orders, rules, regulations, guidelines and protocols. Properly use equipment issued or available for use. Prevent passage of prohibited articles onto or off