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What does a protective service officer do?
As a protective service officer you will: Undertake national protective security and first-response operations. Deter, detect and respond to criminal activity. Report, input, collate and retrieve data for operational purposes. Protective service officers primary duties are to conduct searches of all people who enter a federal building, oversee surveillance systems, gather information, work to preempt crime, and conduct criminal investigations when necessary. You may also provide outreach and training for other officers or the general public.