Town of Biscoe



The Biscoe Police Department is seeking an experienced law enforcement officer to serve as a School Resource Officer within a public charter school. In this position, the School Resource Officer will have an opportunity to impact the lives of students from Montgomery and surrounding counties. Candidates will be required to submit a Biscoe Police Department application in addition to a resume that includes any training or experience thatwould make them highly qualified to fill the position of School Resource Officer.


The hiring range for this position is between $44,000 per year and $56,500 per year depending on qualifications and experience. The Biscoe Police Department has a structured pay system which provides officers with guaranteed pay increases annually. Additional pay incentives are available to officers who possess an Associate’s Degree, Bachelor’s Degree, or Advanced Law Enforcement Certification.

Additional benefits include:

  • Take home vehicle within a 35 mile radius of the Town of Biscoe.
  • All uniforms and equipment provided at no cost.
  • Cell phone and computer issued by the Town of Biscoe.
  • Bi-weekly accrual of sick leave and vacation time.
  • Employee only health insurance paid by the Town of Biscoe.
  • 5% contribution to 401(k) account regardless of employee contribution.
  • Available vision, dental, and disability insurance.
  • Longevity pay dependent on years of service.
  • Annual Christmas bonus dependent on years of service.


  • Establish and maintain strong working relationships with school personnel, parents, students, and area law enforcement officers.
  • Inform the students of their rights and responsibilities as citizens.
  • Serve as a liaison between school personnel, students, and social agencies that provide for student needs and services.
  • Enforce federal law, state law, and local ordinances while adhering to state law, Biscoe Police Department policies, and Montgomery County Schools policies.
  • Conduct investigations into any and all complaints of criminal activity occurring on school property.
  • Protection of life and property on school grounds.
  • Provide security for special school events or functions, such as PTA meetings, at the request of the principal or the safety manager.
  • Assist with traffic control during the arrival and departure of students.
  • Work collaboratively with the principal and school personnel in maintaining the school’s emergency response plan.
  • Abide by school board policy and applicable law concerning interviews should it be necessary to conduct formal law enforcement interviews with students or staff on property or at school functions under the jurisdiction of the school board.
  • Act proactively in dealing with situations that require security/law enforcement involvement as they arise.
  • Serve as a liaison between the school and other law enforcement agencies, including the courts and social services.
  • Be flexible with regard to daily work schedules and routines as necessary for the needs of the school.
  • Be responsive to questions, concerns, inquiries, or complaints from school personnel, students, and parents.
  • Professionally deal with persons exhibiting stress and be adaptive when confronted with emergency situations.
  • Perform the duties of a police patrol officer when the school is not in session.


  • Possession of a high school diploma.
  • Possession of a North Carolina law enforcement officer certification with at least one full year of sworn experience.
  • Successful completion of the North Carolina School Resource Officer Training course or the ability to complete this course within one year of employment.
  • Be able to meet the standards required for certification as a NC law enforcement officer to include a comprehensive background check, medical screening, and mental fitness evaluation.


  • Possession of an Associate’s Degree in criminal justice or related field.
  • Knowledge and specialized training in the topics of de-escalation, criminal investigations, and active shooter response.


  • Ability to operate a motor vehicle.
  • Successfully pass an annual firearms qualification course.
  • Effectively communicate utilizing a public safety radio system.
  • Walk, run, lift, reach, stoop, stand, grasp, balance, climb, kneel, and crouch.
  • Frequently be able to lift between 26 and 50 pounds.
  • Occasionally be able to lift between 51 and 100 pounds.
  • Ability to perform at a high level of proficiency under stressful or emergency conditions.

Candidates interested in this position should contact:

Police Support Services Manager Brandi Barnum

Application Below:

Biscoe Police – Application for Employment Download