The Benedictine University Police Community Service Aides are a group of specially selected and trained students who provide safety escorts for students, faculty and staff. They cursory checks of the parking lots, buildings and grounds. CSA's work in the University Emergency Dispatch Center answering calls, assigning police officers, logging call information and assisting all persons who call the University Police Department. CSA's also unlock residence hall rooms, academic buildings, assist with community policing events and ride with University Police Officers during shift.
While on duty, CSA's carry two-way radios to report suspicious activity to the University Police. CSA's positions are paid and working hours span 7:00 a.m. - 2:00 a.m., Sunday-Saturday.
CSA SAFETY ESCORT HOURS
Persons in need of an escort to and from campus buildings or facilities may contact the CSA Escort Line for information at (630) 829-6669. Escorts to and from campus buildings or facilities are available (7) days a week.
CSA's assist with checking the Emergency Call Boxes located throughout campus. This ensures that they are in good working order and the Emergency Dispatcher can hear the person calling and vice versa.
CSA's support the University Police Department and entire campus community in a variety of ways. Athletic events, Academic Events, Educational Awareness Programs, Parking Details and the Safety Escort Program.
To apply for positions as a CSA, please send an email of interest to: firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of the University Police Department will contact you if an open position is available.