Why work at the Duke University Police Department?
Duke's reputation as one of the premier institutions in the nation for education, research and patient care is dependent on the people who invest their careers here. Duke expands horizons, creates new understanding and improves the health of the community because of the special people who make Duke's mission a living, breathing reality.
By joining the Duke community as a member of our department, you will become a part of a legacy of great achievement and even greater promise. At Duke, there are ample opportunities for educational, professional and cultural growth. No matter what the role, Duke employees are improving lives – their own, and the lives of people they encounter.
- Members of the Duke University Police department provide services to the University and Health System. We're ranked among the best institutions in the country and have been named a best place to work by publications and organizations, including Carolina Parent, Computerworld, The Chronicle of Higher Education and the American Association of Retired Persons, among others.
- Duke provides a comprehensive benefits package, which includes generous vacation time, health, dental and vision insurance, as well as employee tuition, children’s undergraduate tuition and other work/life and professional development opportunities.
- Duke provides police officers with retirement benefits similar to other North Carolina law enforcement agencies.
- The Duke University Police department is a well-trained, well-equipped department that is nationally accredited.
- Employees have access to many events and cultural opportunities from Duke basketball and the Duke University Golf Course, the only Robert Trent Jones-designed golf course in the region, to the Sarah P. Duke Gardens, the Nasher Museum of Art and more.
- The Duke Police Department provides security and police services for hundreds of special events on campus each year, including NCAA Division I athletics and community sponsored activities. These events offer our members unique opportunities to provide security for dignitaries for additional compensation.
- Duke's hometown of Durham has been ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top 10 places to live – a city with vibrant research, medical and arts communities and numerous shops, restaurants and theaters.
The Duke Police Department accepts applications for its open positions. Click on the following links from the Duke University Human Resources website to see position descriptions:
How to Apply
Applications for vacant positions with the Duke University Police Department are available through Duke Human Resources.
For follow-up by the Duke Police recruiter, you can e-mail Jeremy Egan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please feel free to send us a letter or call us with questions concerning any of our positions.