Career Opportunities

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Lieutenant (#00256)

The University Police Department at Old Dominion University is seeking candidates for two Law Enforcement Manager I positions. These positions will be responsible for the direction, planning, organization, staffing, and control of the investigative function and other subordinates of the ODU Police Department.

Required Qualifications: Considerable knowledge of principles of management. Considerable management skills. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Demonstrated ability to comprehend and interpret written instructions. General and specific knowledge of working in an institution of higher education. Comprehensive knowledge of Virginia and applicable federal laws. Comprehensive knowledge of and skills in modern police practices and techniques. Ability to pass an extensive background investigation. Considerable years of progressively responsible positions in public law enforcement, preferably in campus policing, to include considerable supervisory experience. Ability to obtain certification as a police officer as mandated by the Department of Criminal Justice Services. Valid driver's license and insurable driving record.

Preferred Qualifications: College degree in an appropriate field of study. Experience in supervision of both patrol and investigative staff. Mid-management experience in public law enforcement, particularly in a university police department of similar size and complexity. Completion of a first-level supervisory, and/or a mid- management law enforcement course of study. Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) Instructor certification.

These positions open March 16, 2015 and will remain open-until-filled. To review position requirements and submit an application, please visit https://jobs.odu.edu and follow the on-line instructions. AA/EOE




DEPUTY POLICE ADMINISTRATOR
Location: New Castle, DE
Salary: Commensurate with Skills
(All applicants must provide a specific salary expectation with their resume)

 

Opening Date: August 7, 2015 Closing Date: Until Filled

 

I. POSITION SUMMARY

The Deputy Police Administrator is the second highest ranking officer in the Police Department and reports to the Police Administrator. This position serves as the Acting Police Administrator during his/her absences. The officer in this position is responsible for the management and supervision of various administrative and operational units in the Police Department. This position makes recommendations to the Police Administrator regarding staffing and assignments within the Police Department. The Deputy Police Administrator travels frequently to the Authority’s various facilities in New Jersey and Delaware to oversee departmental activities and to supervise subordinate managers and supervisors. The officer in this position provides direction to departmental personnel regarding crime prevention activities and highway safety. The Deputy Police Administrator participates in the recruitment and selection process for new police personnel and the promotional process for incumbent personnel. He/she devotes a significant amount of his/her work days to insuring that all components of the police organization are performing in the prescribed manner and within the authorized police budget. The Deputy Police Administrator’s position requires strategic and leadership ability, management skills, financial accountability, and the talent to solve problems within a highly structured work environment.

II. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Serves as primary advisor to the Police Administrator regarding police practices and operations; evaluates policies, procedures and departmental performance and report findings
  • Represents the Police Department within and outside the Authority; liaison to community organizations and other police agencies
  • Coordinates various law enforcement and highway safety programs with federal, state, and local governmental agencies and prepares grant applications for funding of public safety projects
  • Conducts administrative and operational inspections to determine compliance with established directives, procedures, and policies
  • Coordinates short term and long range planning programs
  • Makes budget recommendations and responsible for operating within establishedbudgetary and policy guidelines
  • Oversees all staffing processes (new hires and internal promotions) and makes recommendations to the Police Administrator
  • Supervises police and civilian personnel
  • Builds positive relationships with other members and employees of the Police Department and the Authority
  • Provides superior customer service to everyone by responding in a courteous and efficient manner

III. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Familiarization with all facets of police operations
  • Demonstrated strategic, leadership and supervisory skills
  • Ability to make sound decisions and awareness of their consequences
  • Ability to effectively communicate at all levels of the Authority and the public
  • Knowledge of budgetary processes and systems
  • Ability to organize projects and processes
  • Ability to research and prepare reports
  • Ability to mentor, coach, and train employees
  • Skilled in use of computer applications (word processing, spreadsheet, data base, etc.)

IV. REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, Leadership, or related field
  • A minimum of seven (7) years of progressive law enforcement experience in a senior leadership position
  • Police command supervisory/management experience in rank of Captain or above
  • Completion of advance police management and leadership training such as the FBI Academy, Southern Police Institute, PERF’s Senior Management Institute for Police

V. PREFERRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • Master’s degree in Criminal Justice, Leadership or related field
  • Ten (10) years of progressive law enforcement experience in a senior leadership position
  • Five (5) years of major command responsibility in a department comparable or larger in size
  • Certified police instructor

VI. LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS, AND/OR CERTIFICATES

  • Must possess valid driver’s license
  • Must become certified by the Delaware Council on Police Training (COPT) as a police officer within a reasonable timeframe
  • Possess or ability to obtain a Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC)

VII. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be a U.S. citizen
  • Ability to re-qualify with departmentally-issued firearm and all departmentally-issued non-lethal weapons
  • Applicants will be subject to a background investigation
  • Minimum uncorrected vision not greater than 20/200 in each eye and correctable with lenses to 20/20 in each eye
  • Ability to distinguish between the colors of red, green, and amber
  • Ability to physically perform the essential functions of the job

 

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If you are interested in applying for this position please complete the on-line application at www.drba.net. In addition, please attach a resume and include your specific salary expectation.




Title

Director of Policy Analysis

Agency

City of New York Department of Investigation- Unit: Office of the Inspector General for the NYPD

Work location

New York,Manhattan

Salary Range

$90,000– $130,000 (Salary will be commensurate with experience)

Job Description

 

The Department of Investigation’s Office of the Inspector General for the New York City Police Department (“Office” or “OIG-NYPD”) is authorized to investigate, review, study, audit and make recommendations relating to the operations, policies, programs and practices of NYPD, with the goal of enhancing the effectiveness of NYPD, increasing public safety, protecting civil liberties and civil rights, and increasing the public’s confidence in the police force.

The Director of Policy Analysis will support the Inspector General by overseeing the Policy Analysis unit – comprised of senior policy managers, policy analysts, data assistants, and auditors – in order to provide qualitative and quantitative analysis relating to the operations, policies, programs and practices of NYPD; helping to set OIG-NYPD’s investigative priorities by developing systematic approaches for identifying of areas of concern where improvements may be needed; supporting a data-driven approach to evaluating NYPD’s performance; and providing the analytical and statistical foundations for OIG-NYPD’s reports and recommendations. The Director of Policy Analysis will work closely with the Inspector General and Deputy Inspector General, and, along with the Director of Investigations and General Counsel, comprise OIG-NYPD’s executive staff.

 

Other responsibilities of the Director of Policy Analysis may include:

  • Planning and conducting reviews, studies, and audits of NYPD operations.
  • Drafting OIG-NYPD’s reports and recommendations.
  • Working with OIG-NYPD’s executive staff to develop OIG-NYPD’s policies, protocols, and priorities.
  • Coordinating with relevant staff at NYPD, the Civilian Complaint Review Board, and other City agencies to collect, develop, and analyze data to measure the implementation of compliance with, and effectiveness of policies, procedures, and other initiatives of NYPD.
  • Keeping current with national research on best practices in independent police review.
  • Performing such other tasks related to data collection and policy analysis as the Inspector General deems necessary to fulfill OIG-NYPD’s mandate.

 

Qualifications

  • A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college.
  • At least five years of full-time experience in the criminal justice, law enforcement, and/or police accountability field.
  • At least 18 months in a supervisory, managerial or executive capacity.
  • Strong written and oral communications skills.

 

Preferred Skills

The preferred candidate should possess the following:

  • A PhD from an accredited college or university in the field of criminology, criminal justice, statistics, the social sciences, or a related field;
  • At least eight years of overall professional experience, including experience conducting broad policy and data analysis;
  • Practical experience in the field of law enforcement, criminal justice, police accountability, or a related field;
  • Superior skills in the area of qualitative and quantitative data analytics;
  • The ability to comprehend and analyze complex legal issues and statistical data;
  • Skills to communicate data-based findings in an objective, clear, effective and compelling manner;
  • Effective problem solving abilities and sound judgment;
  • Superb organizational and people management skills.

 

How to Apply

Please apply online by going to www.nyc.gov/career/search and search for Job ID #201049 or by following this link: https://a127-jobs.nyc.gov/index_new.html?agency=032

 

PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL, MAIL OR FAX YOUR RESUME TO DOI DIRECTLY.


 

 




 

MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY, MANKATO

invites applications for the position of:

Law Enforcement, Assistant Professor

(AA17007)

 

SALARY: Depends on Qualifications

OPENING DATE: 12/04/15

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Priority consideration will be given to applications received by January 5, 2016.

POSITION: Tenure-Track (Probationary* )

DATE OF APPOINTMENT: August 15, 2016

RESPONSIBILITIES:

The successful candidate is expected to work as a member of the Department of Government in the Law Enforcement Program and to teach and advise in our undergraduate Professional Peace Officer Education program. Areas of focus should include some combination of the following, but are not limited to : Mindset I, Mindset II, Stress, Narcotics, Policing Tactics, Juvenile Justice and/or other specialty areas utilizing the candidate's expertise. The successful candidate must have the ability to work effectively with other faculty, staff, and students from a range of cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. Candidates should be prepared to:

• Teach full-time (typically four, three-credit hour courses each term) as needed across our undergraduate, pre-professional curriculum.

• Demonstrate commitment to, interest in and the promotion of diversity in the law Enforcement program, the department, and on our campus.

• Incorporate diversity and cultural competence into the curriculum, engage in scholarly activities, continued study and professional development, contribute to the growth and development of students, and build the potential to be involved in service to the university and community.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

• Ph.D. or other doctorate in Law Enforcement, Police Studies, Criminology , Criminal Justice, Homeland Security or any discipline related to the field with applicable specialty area in the law enforcement profession. Degree must be conferred on an official transcript by September 30, 2016.

• College-level teaching and/or law enforcement training instruction in a face-to-face environment.

• Experience in the United States as a licensed peace officer or law enforcement technical support employee.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

• Demonstrated commitment to teaching, scholarship, student development, and service.

• Experience with or commitment to the law enforcement profession.

• Experience in higher education or professional education, teaching and/or training.

• Skills in using educational technologies.

• Commitment to development of cultural competence in law enforcement education.

• Demonstrated commitment to fostering a diverse working and learning environment.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Minnesota State University, Mankato is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for two (2) positions in the Department of Government (Law Enforcement) . The positions can be found on our Faculty and Administrative Career Opportunities site: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/mankato/default.cfm. Please note that if you would like to apply for both positions, you must submit two separate applications.

This position is grounded in the faculty belief that the educational environment is enhanced when diverse groups of people with a range of ideas come together. Our department is the home of four undergraduate programs (Law Enforcement, Political Science, Public Administration, and International Relations) and one master's program in Public Administration. The Law Enforcement Program is the largest pre-professional four-year program in Minnesota and our undergraduate population approximates 450-500 undergraduates. We have six-full time faculty at present who are committed to excellence in teaching and preparing students to become license-eligible peace officers. In addition, the Law Enforcement Program has a full-time academic advisor. We are seeking a faculty colleague who can enhance the diversity and experience of our program and department, and can make a unique contribution to our curriculum through his/her experiences and interest in serving diverse populations. Go to http:;;www;mnsu.edu for more information about Minnesota State University, Mankato and the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Additional Information about our program can be found at: http://sbs. mnsu.edu/government/lawenforcement;.

Application Procedures: To apply for this position, please continue the process via this website or directly at: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/mankato/default.cfm. A complete online application will include the following attachments. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed by the search committee.

• Cover Letter

• Resume/Curriculum Vitae

• Contact information for three (3) references

• Unofficial Transcript(s) of your highest completed degree

Contact Information:

Colleen Clarke, Search Chair

Department of Government, Law Enforcement Program

Minnesota State University, Mankato

109 Morris Hall

Mankato, MN 56001

Phone: 507-389-1377

TYY: 800-627-3529 or 711

E-mail: colleen.clarke@mnsu.edu

 

*Employment for this position is covered by the collective bargaining agreement for the I nter Faculty Organization which c an be found at : http ://www .hr.mnscu.edu/contract plans/index.html.

 

NOTICE : In accordance with the Minnesota State Colleges & Universities (MnSCU) Vehicle Fleet Sa fety Program, employees driving on college/university business who use a rental or state vehicle shall be required to conform to MnSCU's vehicle use criteria and consent to a Motor Vehicle Records check.

 

HUMAN RESOURCES IS LOCATED AT:

336 Wigley Administration Center

Mankato, MN 56001

507-389-2015

tnsha stooer@mosu edu


Job #00725

LAW ENFORCEMENT, ASSSI TANT PROFESSOR (AA17007)

 

Minnesota State University, Mankato has a long-standing commitment to diversity and is actively seeking to nurture and enrich its underrepresented communities. Women, minorities, veterans and individuals with disabi lities a re encouraged to apply. In accordance with USCIS regulations, successful applicants must be legally able to accept work in the United States. Requests for reasonable accommodation of a disability during the application and/or interview process should be made to the Office of Human Resources, 507 - 389-2015 ( V ), 800-627- 3529 or 711 (MRS/TTY). This Vacancy Notice is available in alternative format upon request. Minnesota State University, Mankato is an affirmative action/equal opportunity University and is a member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System.




 

MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY, MANKATO

Invites applications for the position of:

Law Enforcement, Assistant Professor

(AA17008)

 

SALARY: Depends on Qualifications

OPENING DATE: 11/25/15

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Priority consideration will be given to applications received by January 5, 2016.

POSITION: Tenure-Track (Probationary*)

DATE OF APPOINTMENT: August 15, 2016

RESPONSIBILITIES:

The successful candidate is expected to work as a member of the Department of Government in the Law Enforcement Program and to teach and advise in our undergraduate Professional Peace Officer Education program. Areas of focus should include some combination of the following, but are not limited to: Criminal Investigations, Advanced Criminal Investigations, Forensics, Patrol Procedures and Tactics, Communications and Crisis Management, and/or other specialty areas utilizing the candidate's expertise. The successful candidate must have the ability to work effectively with other faculty, staff, and students from a range of cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. Candidates should be prepared to:

• Teach full-time (typically four, three-credit hour courses each term) as needed across our undergraduate, pre-professional curriculum.

• Demonstrate commitment to, interest in, and the promotion of diversity in the law

Enforcement program, the department, and on our campus.

• Incorporate diversity and cultural competence into the curriculum, engage in scholarly activities, contribute to the growth and development of students, build the potential to be involved in service to the university and community, and if ABD, continue study toward completion of doctoral degree.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

• Ph.D. or other doctorate or terminal degree in Law Enforcement, Police Studies, Criminology, Criminal Justice, Homeland Security or any discipline related to the field. If ABD, degree must be conferred on an official transcript by January 31, 2017.

• College-level teaching and/or law enforcement training instruction in a face-to-face environment.

• Experience in the United States as a licensed peace officer or law enforcement technical support employee.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

• Demonstrated commitment to teaching, scholarship, student development, and service.

• Experience with, or commitment to the law enforcement profession.

• Experience in higher education or professional education, teaching and/or training.

• Skills in using educational technologies.

• Commitment to development of cultural competence in law enforcement education.

• Demonstrated commitment to fostering a diverse working and learning environment.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Minnesota State University, Mankato is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for two (2) positions in the Department of Government (Law Enforcement). The positions can be found on our Faculty and Administrative Career Opportunities site: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/mankato/default.cfm. Please note that if you would like to apply for both positions, you must submit two separate applications.

This position is grounded in the faculty belief that the educational environment is enhanced when diverse groups of people with a range of ideas come together. Our department is the home of four undergraduate programs (Law Enforcement, Political Science, Public Administration, and International Relations) and one master's program in Public Administration. The Law Enforcement Program is the largest pre-professional four-year program in Minnesota and our undergraduate population approximates 450-500 undergraduates. We have six-full time faculty at present that are committed to excellence in teaching and preparing students to become license-eligible peace officers. In addition, the Law Enforcement Program has a full-time academic advisor.

We are seeking a faculty colleague who can enhance the diversity and experience of our program and department, and can make a unique contribution to our curriculum through his/her experiences and interest in serving diverse populations. Go toJob B u l l etin http://www/mnsu.edu for more Information about Minnesota State University, Mankato and the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Additional information about our program can be found at: http://sbs.mnsu. edu/government/lawenforcement/ .

Application Procedures: To apply for this position, please continue the process via this website or directly at: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/mankato/default.cfm . A complete online application will include the following attachments. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed by the search committee.

• Cover Letter

• Resume/Curriculum Vitae

• Contact Information for three (3) references

• Unofficial Transcript(s) of your highest completed degree

Contact Information:

Tamara Tucker Wilkins, Search Chair

Department of Government, Law Enforcement Program

Minnesota State University, Mankato

109 Morris Hall

Mankato, MN 56001

Phone: 507-389- 2721

TYY : 800-627-3529 or 711

FA X: 507-389-6377

E-mail address : tamara . wilkins@mnsu.edu

*Employment for this position is covered by the collective bargaining agreement for the I nter Faculty Organization which can be found at : http://www.hr.mnscu.edu/contract plans/index.html.

NOTICE: In accordance with the Minnesota State Colleges & Universities (MnSCU) Vehicle Fleet Safety Program, employees driving on college/university business who use a rental or state vehicle shall be required to conform to MnSCU's vehicle use criteria and consent to a Motor Vehicle Records check.

 

HUMAN RESOURCES IS LOCATED AT:

336 Wigley Administration Center

Mankato, MN 56001

507· 389·2015

tnsha stoo er@mosq edu

Job #00724

LAW ENFORCEMENT, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (AA17008)

Minnesota State University, Mankato has a long-standing commitment to diversity and is actively seeking to nurture and enrich its underrepresented communities. Women, minorities, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. In accordance with USCIS regulations, successful applicants must be legally able to accept work in the United States. Requests for reasonable accommodation of a disability during the application and/or interview process should be made to the Office of Human Resources, 507-389-2015 ( V ), 800-627-3 529 or 711 (MRS/TTY). This Vacancy Notice is available in alternative format upon request. Minnesota State University, Mankato is an affirmative action/ equal opportunity University and is a member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System.




 


 

San José State University

Police Officer Cadet

23558

About the Position

*This appointment is not expected to exceed seven months, or beyond the duration of the basic academy training, including the attainment of P.O.S.T. Certification and after being sworn in, you may be appointed as a Police Officer on a probationary basis.*

The Police Officer Cadet position exists specifically for the purpose of training the incumbent to develop the minimum qualifications necessary to become a sworn police officer. Typically, the candidate has not yet entered or completed the POST (Peace Officer Standards and Training) Basic Academy. If you are a Police Officer Cadet candidate who successfully completes the hiring process with the San Jose State University Police Department, you will be attending the POST Basic Academy. Upon successful completion of the Academy (within the required timeframe), and at the discretion of management, the Police Officer Cadet may be appointed to the classification of Police Officer.

The POST Basic Academy is an 888-hour course that satisfies all minimum required training mandates governed by POST or entry level Law Enforcement. The course includes fundamental principles, procedures and techniques of law enforcement, including: Criminal Law, Patrol Procedures, Cultural Diversity, Investigative Procedures, Report Writing, Defensive Tactics, Firearms, Leadership, Ethics, Community Relations, Police Vehicle Operations, Traffic Enforcement, Accident Investigation and First Aid/CPR. The course also includes a challenging program of physical conditioning that will prepare students for police service.

The Basic Academy will be conducted daily Monday through Friday with some evenings and weekends.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

- Attend the POST Basic Academy to learn the principles, practices, and theory of criminal and civil law enforcement and codified and case law.

- Participate in additional training in report writing, physical fitness techniques, firearms use and maintenance, and arrest and control techniques.

- Under close supervision, may assist other Police Officers in the performance of their duties.




 



Employment Opportunity

Police Chief

phoenix.gov/jobs

 

ABOUT THIS POSITION

This is an exceptional opportunity for an exceptional law enforcement leader to oversee a robust department of nearly 4,000 dedicated employees with an annual Operating Budget of $570 million. There are 7 precincts that cover over a 500 square mile area serving 1.5 million residents. The highly accomplished individual will be strategic and well prepared to address long-term fiscal and capital planning issues. Work involves organizing and directing the activities of the department’s five divisions: Patrol, Operational Support, Investigations, Support Services and Management Services. Reporting to the Assistant City Manager, the Chief will also work in collaboration with the Community, City Manager, Mayor and City Council. Except for general administrative direction, the incumbent works independently with performance evaluated on achieved results. The Police Chief is an unclassified position appointed by the City Manager.

Please click on the link below to access the recruitment brochure:

https://employee.phoenix.gov/Documents/Police_Chief-2016.pdf

RECRUITMENT DATES

Initial review of resumes will occur March 1, 2016.

SALARY

$125,110 - $212,684 annually. Appointment can be made above the minimum depending upon qualifications. The City of Phoenix offers an excellent benefits package including retirement which can be viewed at the following link: https://www.phoenix.gov/hrsite/Benefit%20Category/016.pdf

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Five years of experience in modern police work;
  • Progressively responsible experience in a variety of police functions including major command responsibilities;
  • Formal training in police administration and scientific methods of crime detection
  • A bachelor’s degree in a related field;
  • Other combinations of experience and education that meet the minimum qualifications may be substituted;
  • Must possess current AZPOST certification or have the ability to obtain certification within one year of hire.

 

Only the highest qualified will be posted to the eligible-to-hire list.

HOW TO APPLY

Apply online by completing the required information and attaching your cover letter, resume and recent head shot. Please include your experience as it relates to the qualifications stated above.

 

YOUR COVER LETTER, RESUME AND RECENT HEAD SHOT MUST BE IN ONE ATTACHMENT. Only online applications are accepted for this position. The results of the resume screening process will be sent to your primary email address.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • All finalists for positions are subject to a criminal background check applicable to the department or position.
  • For other important information related to employment with the City of Phoenix, please visit: https://www.phoenix.gov/employment
  • If you need assistance applying for this job, please contact our HR Center at (602) 262-6277.

REFERENCE

Police Chief, Job Code 62690, ID# 17034, 01/11/16, RW, Benefits: Executive

City of Phoenix is an equal opportunity employer; our employees demonstrate superior seamless customer service, integrity, and commitment to innovation, efficiency, and fiscally responsible activity.

AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other national service alumni who meet the required qualifications are encouraged to apply.


 

AA/EEO/D Employer - 135 N 2nd Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85003 Job Line: (602) 534 – JOBS (5627) This publication can be provided in an alternative format upon request. Call: (602) 495-5703 Fax: (602) 495-5498 TTY: (602) 261-8687




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Allegheny County, Pennsylvania is seeking a progressive Superintendent of Police with exceptional interpersonal skills and demonstrated leadership and management experience in county, municipal, state or federal law enforcement. Candidates must be familiar with contemporary policing principles, possess the knowledge and ability to identify and implement technology solutions for modern day policing, embrace data driven policing principles, and have a demonstrated record of success in developing effective relationships at all levels of the organization and throughout the community. Candidates must be committed to a management style that promotes a positive, creative, inclusive and supportive departmental environment. A commitment to the professional development of all employees in the department is very important. Labor relations experience and a history of successful partnerships with the community and other supporting agencies are essential.

The Allegheny County Police Department (ACPD) is a Pennsylvania accredited policing agency with county-wide authority, and provides law enforcement on County property. The Detective Division includes General Investigations, Homicide and Narcotics. Uniformed Officers are responsible for maintaining public safety at the Pittsburgh International Airport, the Allegheny County Airport and all county property including 12,000 acres in nine county parks. The Allegheny County Police Department was established in 1932 by an act of the Allegheny County Board of Commissioners and the Pennsylvania Legislature. It investigates all criminal activity which occurs on county-owned property, and provides assistance to local police departments and criminal justice agencies, usually in the form of manpower or specialized services, including the following: Audio and Video Forensic Unit, Explosive Ordinance Disposal Team, Explosive Ordinance Disposal K-9, Detention Services, Narcotic Detection K-9, Special Weapons and Tactics Team, Crisis Negotiations Team, Mounted Patrol and Motorcycle Detail.

The Allegheny County Police Department has 266 full-time employees, of which 207 are sworn officers and 59 are civilian employees. Additionally, the Building Guards, primarily responsible for safety and security of the downtown county campus, including court related buildings, report to the Superintendent. The Police Department has a 2016 budget of $29.6 million. The Superintendent is appointed by and reports to the County Manager.

The mission of the ACPD is to promote, preserve, and deliver security and safety throughout Allegheny County through uniformed patrols, incident investigations, and technical assistance to local police departments and criminal justice agencies. The men and women of the Allegheny County Police Department are guided by their motto: "TO SERVE WITH HONOR."

Desirable qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in a closely related field and executive management certificates including the FBI National Academy, Northwestern University Center for Public Safety or other similar State and/or National programs. A Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement and Justice Administration, Business Administration, Public Administration or a related field is a plus. Candidates must also have at least 7-10 years’ experience in a county, municipal or state or federal law enforcement management position equivalent to a Captain, Commander, Deputy Chief, Chief or Superintendent. Candidates must have Municipal Police Officer Education and Training Commission (MPOETC) and Pennsylvania ACT 120 certifications, or be able to acquire certification within one year. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted. The successful candidate must become a resident of Allegheny County within one year of appointment.

This is an exciting professional opportunity. The County employs approximately 7,000 people in multiple and far-reaching departments including Human Services, Parks, Office of the Public Defender, Public Works, the Kane Regional Centers, the Allegheny County Jail, Emergency Services, and Facilities Management. Allegheny County is a diverse, progressive, full-service county located in southwestern Pennsylvania. With a population of 1.3 million and Pittsburgh as its major city, Allegheny County is the second largest county in the Commonwealth. During the last 30 years, Allegheny County has undergone a tremendous economic and environmental transformation. Today, it is home to some of the world’s leading businesses and organizations in the fields of advanced manufacturing, information and communications technology, health care and life sciences, finance and business services, education and research, and energy and environmental solutions. Allegheny County has created an economic climate in which businesses and entrepreneurs thrive, and it’s cultural and entertainment assets rival any region in the country.

Starting salary range is $105,000 – 110,000 DOQ. Allegheny County’s employees are its most valuable assets, and the County is committed to providing comprehensive benefits programs that help its workforce stay healthy, feel secure and maintain an optimal work/life balance. The county offers a rich and comprehensive compensation and benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, pension, life insurance, 457(b) retirement program, voluntary benefits and flexible spending accounts, vacation and eleven paid holidays, an Employee Assistance program and tuition discounts with several local universities. Candidates should apply by February 29 with résumé, cover letter, and contact information for five professional references to Joe De Lopez at www.govhrusa.com/current-positions/recruitment. Electronic submissions required. Tel: 847-380-3240. Equal Opportunity Employer.




 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF INVESTIGATION

Job Posting Notice

 

Job ID: 228128

Business Title: Senior Investigator

Civil Service Title: Special Investigator

Job Category: Public Safety, Inspections, & Enforcement

Career Level: Experienced

Salary Range: $40,000 - $70,000

Division: Office of the Inspector General for the NYPD

Posting Date: 1-12-2016 Post Until: Until Filled

 

 

Job Description

 

The Department of Investigation’s Office of Inspector General for the New York Police Department (“Office” or “OIG-NYPD”) is authorized to “investigate, review, study, audit and make recommendations relating to the operations, policies, programs and practices,” of the NYPD, with the goals of enhancing effectiveness of the police department, increasing public safety, protecting civil liberties and civil rights, and increasing the public’s confidence in the police force.

OIG-NYPD is seeking a Senior Investigator to plan and supervise investigations into problems and deficiencies relating to the operations, policies, programs and practices of NYPD. The Senior Investigator will report to the Director of Investigations and help oversee the day-to-day operations of OIG-NYPD’s investigative unit. Senior Investigators supervise and train more junior investigators, other agency staff, and investigative interns; assign cases and actively monitor and guide their progress; draft, review, and edit written investigative and other reports; and conduct complex investigations pursuant to the mandate quoted above. Senior Investigators are also responsible for overseeing the screening and investigation of complaints filed by the public related to NYPD and/or involving individual members of NYPD. In addition, Senior Investigators participate in the hiring of investigative interns.

Minimum Requirements

 

• A four-year high school diploma or its educational equivalent and four years of satisfactory full-time experience in the field of investigation, auditing, law enforcement, security, inspection, or a related field; or
• A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college; or
• Education and/or experience equivalent to “1” or “2” above; and
• Strong written and oral communication skills

 

Preferred Skills

 

• At least five years of experience conducting administrative, criminal, or internal investigations
• Advanced degree and demonstrated interest in law enforcement, criminal justice, and/or civil rights issues
• Experience supervising and training other investigators
• Excellent organizational and time management skills
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Superb judgment
• Familiarity with NYC government and NYPD procedures a plus

 

To Apply

 

All New York City Employees may apply by going to Employee Self Service (ESS) http://cityshare/ess
Click on Recruiting Activities/Careers and Search for Job ID #228128

All other applicants, please go to www.nyc.gov/career/search and search for Job ID#228128
Please do not email, mail or fax your resume to DOI directly.

 

Residency Requirement

 

New York City residency is generally required within 90 days of appointment. However, City Employees in certain titles who have worked for the City for 2 continuous years may also be eligible to reside in Nassau, Suffolk, Putnam, Westchester, Rockland, or Orange County. To determine if the residency requirement applies to you, please discuss with the agency representative at the time of interview.




 





 

CERTIFIED POLICE OFFICER

Minimum Requirements

Salary:
$51, 220.00

 

• United States Citizen

• Minimum 19 years of age

• High school diploma or equivalent with completion of 54 college credits from an accredited university or college recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. [A.A./B.A. In Criminal Justice or related field; Advanced Degree Preferred.]

Current FDLE certified police officers from within the State of Florida whether full-time or part-time (i.e., UM Police Officers): Applicants must meet minimum qualifications for employment as a police officer in the State of Florida, as detailed in Florida Statutes Chapter 943; must possess a two year college (AA OR AS) degree; or have satisfactorily completed a minimum of 54 college credits. College credit requirement may be waived for certified police applicants with at least 3 years of prior full-time continuous military or law enforcement service within 2 years of the application submission date.

Current certified police officers from outside the State of Florida or Federal law enforcement officers must possess at least a two year college (AA or AS) degree; or have satisfactorily completed a minimum of 54 college credits. College degree/credit requirement may be waived if the applicant has at least 3 years of full-time continuous military or law enforcement service within 2 years of the application submission date. These applicants must also have not had more than an 8 year break in employment as a law enforcement officer and original academy credits must be reviewed by a certified FDLE Comparative Compliance training facility. The application process will follow that of full-time police officers.

State of Florida Reserve Police Officers (RPO’s) must be a current FDLE certified Police Officer and possess a two year college (AA or AS) degree; or have satisfactorily completed a minimum of 54 college credits. College degree/credit requirement may be waived as follows: Candidates having 5 years of continuous law enforcement service as a Reserve Police Officer within 2 years of the application submission date will be awarded 27 college credits toward hiring. Candidates having 10 years of continuous law enforcement service as a Reserve Police Officer within 2 years of the application submission date will be awarded 54 college credits toward hiring. Application process will follow that of full-time police officers. Note: Due to lack of full-time status/experience, starting salary for RPO’s will not be based on years of past reserve experience.

• Criminal Justice Basic Abilities Test (CJBAT) or Florida Basic Abilities Test (FBAT) with a minimum score of 80%

• Physical Agility Test (PAT)

• Polygraph examination

Psychological/Emotional Suitability Screening Process: The police applicant must receive an “Acceptable” rating in order to continue in the selection process.

Medical Evaluation and Drug Screening (with marijuana being the only drug exception): The use of marijuana may be accepted if it was only experimental in nature (no more than 5 separate events as defined in below Note) and may not have occurred within 3 years of the application date and the subsequent processing period. Note: One event is defined as total marijuana usage which occurred in one day.

Background Investigation: Disqualifying Factors include; Financial/Credit Irresponsibility, Immoral/Unethical Conduct, Criminal Conduct and/or Substance Abuse.

Moral Character: An applicant, who, at any time during the employment application process, demonstrates dishonesty, untruthfulness, withholds requested information (omissions), makes false statements, or whose background investigation reveals derogatory information or moral turpitude issues,will be disqualified.

Termination by Another Police Agency: Any applicant who has
been terminated by another law enforcement agency will be disqualified unless he/she has been exonerated through a review process, or the circumstances have been resolved to the satisfaction of CGPD.

Other Disqualifying Factors Include, but are NOT limited to: (1) An applicant who is the subject of any legal action (civil or criminal) may be ineligible for consideration until the action is concluded, with the exception of employment discrimination claims and claims of a similar nature. (2) Any applicant that currently has an unresolved or pending case on file with FDLE or any other state standards board that revolves around discipline, standards, or training as a law. enforcement officer may be disqualified. (3) Any applicant who fails to appear for a test during the application process and does not contact the Human Resource Department and/or the CGPD Personnel Selection Sergeant in writing within 30 days.


Military Discharge: Must be “Honorable”. Discharges other than honorable may be evaluated on a case by case basis. Dishonorable discharge will be disqualified.

Valid Florida Driver's License and Driving/Traffic History as follows: Police Officer applicants, and any other position which may require operating a City vehicle, must possess a valid Florida Driver’s License along with the appropriate endorsement, class, rating, etc. Out of state applicants must be able to possess a valid Florida Driver’s License upon hire date. Additionally, an unfavorable driving history may be grounds for disqualification as follows: No more than 5 moving violations in their lifetime not including any with a disposition of “Not Guilty” or “Dismissed”, and none within 3 years of application submission; History of suspended and/or revoked driver’s license (not insurance or toll related); Having no more than 2 “at fault” traffic crashes within the past 5 years; Any reckless driving or DUI arrest and/or conviction.

Vision: Must be binocular and monocular of 20/100 uncorrected, 20/30 or better corrected, and must have color vision.

Oral Interview Board: Applicants are required to attend an Oral Interview Board comprised of a diverse selection of City employees to ensure all individuals are given an equal opportunity for employment, regardless of race, sex, creed, color, age, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, genetic information, familial status or physical impairment. Board members must hold the following job titles/positions: Any Department Head or Assistant Department Head from within the City of Coral Gables, a Major, Lieutenant, Sergeant, and an Officer. A representative from the Human Resource Department and the CGPD Personnel Selection Sergeant will also participate. Applicants will be asked a series of questions based upon the essential functions and required knowledge, skills, and abilities of the position, which have been pre-approved by the Human Resource Department prior to the interview. The Board will determine if the applicant will continue in the selection process.




 

NON-CERTIFIED POLICE RECRUIT

 

**Signing bonus available**

Salary:
$46, 416.00

(City will cover the cost of the academy)


Upon graduating academy salary raised to $51, 220.00

Minimum Requirements

 · United States Citizen

· Minimum 19 years of age

· High school diploma or equivalent PLUS, 54 college credits or as indicated below.

· Non-Certified applicants for sworn positions must possess either at least a two (2)year college (AA or AS) degree; or have satisfactorily completed a minimum of fifty-four (54) accredited college or university credits recognized by the U.S. Department of Education; or three(3) years of prior full-time continuous military service; or a combination thereof. The application process will follow that of full-time police officers.

· Criminal Justice Basic Abilities Test (CJBAT) or Florida Basic Abilities Test (FBAT) with a minimum score of 80%

· Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) applicants must receive a 12.0 or better in each section of the test: reading, language, language mechanics, vocabulary and spelling.

· Physical Agility Test (PAT)

· Polygraph examination

· Psychological/Emotional Suitability Screening Process. The police applicant must receive an “Acceptable” rating in order to continue in the selection process.

 

· Medical Evaluation and Drug Screening (with marijuana being the only drug exception):The use of marijuana may be accepted if it was only experimental in nature(no more than 5 separate events as defined in below Note), and may not have occurred within three(3) years of the application date and the subsequent processing period. Note:One event is defined as total marijuana usage which occurred in one day.

· Background Investigation:Disqualifying Factors include; Financial/Credit Irresponsibility, Immoral/Unethical Conduct, Criminal Conduct and/or Substance Abuse.

Good Moral Character: An applicant, who, at any time during the employment application process, demonstrates dishonesty, untruthfulness, withholds requested information (omissions), makes false statements, or whose background investigation reveals derogatory information or moral turpitude issues, will be disqualified.

· Termination by Another Police Agency: Any applicant who has been terminated by another law enforcement agency will be disqualified unless he/she has been exonerated through a review process, or the circumstances have been resolved to the satisfaction of CGPD.

· (Other Disqualifying Factors Including but NOT Limited To: 1)An applicant who is the subject of any legal action (civil or criminal)maybe ineligible for consideration until the action is concluded, with the exception of employment discrimination claims and claims of a similar nature. (2)Any applicant that currently has an unresolved or pending case on file with FDLE or any other state standards board that revolves around discipline, standards, or training as a law enforcement officer maybe disqualified.(3) Any applicant who fails to appear for a test during the application process and does not contact the Human Resource Department and/or the CGPD Personnel Selection Sergeant in writing within 30days.

· Military Discharge: Must be “Honorable”. Discharges other than honorable may be evaluated on a case by case basis. Dishonorable discharge will be disqualified.

· Valid Florida Driver's License and Driving/Traffic History:Police Officer applicants, and any other position which may require operating a City vehicle, must possess a valid Florida Driver’s License along with the appropriate endorsement, class, rating, etc. Out of state applicants must be able to possess a valid Florida Driver’s License upon hire date. Additionally, an unfavorable driving history may be grounds for disqualification as follows: No more than 5 moving violations in their lifetime not including any with a disposition of “Not Guilty” or “Dismissed”, and none within 3 years of application submission; History of suspended and/or revoked driver’s license (not insurance or toll related); Having no more than 2 “at fault” traffic crashes within the past 5 years; Any reckless driving or DUI arrest and/or conviction.

· Vision must be binocular and monocularof20/100 uncorrected,20/30 or better corrected, and must have color vision.

· Oral Interview Board: Police Officer applicants are required to attend an Oral Interview Board, which will be comprised of a diverse selection of City employees to ensure that all individuals are given an equal opportunity for employment, regardless of race, sex, creed, color, age, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, genetic information, familial status or physical impairment. Board members must hold the following positions: Any Department Head or Assistant Department Head from within the City of Coral Gables, a Major, Lieutenant, Sergeant, and an Officer. A representative from the Human Resource Department and the Personnel Selection Sergeant will also participate. Applicants will be asked a series of questions based upon the essential functions and required knowledge, skills, and abilities of the position, which have been pre-approved by the Human Resource Department prior to the interview. The Board will determine if the applicant will continue in the selection process.

Testing

Prior to submitting the application online via NEOGOV, you must successfully complete and pass the following:

EXAMINATIONS: Candidates must take the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) exam as well as the Florida Basic Abilities Test (FBAT) OR the Criminal Justice Basic Aptitude Test for Law Enforcement (CJBAT). Candidates must also pass the Physical Agility Test (PAT).

Testing Locations:


FBAT- $30.00*:
Miami Dade College North Campus

Address: 11380 NW 27 Avenue

Building 9, Room 9108

Miami, FL 33167

Phone number: 305-237-1476

Testing Hours: Monday: 9:00AM OR 1:00PM

Wednesday: 9:00AM OR 1:00PM

Thursday: 9:00AM OR 1:00PM

TABE- $45.00*: Miami Dade College North Campus

Address: 11380 NW 27 Avenue

Room 1160

Miami, FL 33167

Phone number: 305-237-1015

Testing Hours: Monday: 8:00AM -3:30PM

Wednesday: 8:00AM – 3:30PM

Thursday: 8:00AM – 3:30PM

PAT(Physical Agility Test)- $30.00*: Miami Police College

Address: 350 NW 2 Avenue

Miami, FL 33128

Phone number: 305-603-6616

Testing Hours: Contact Miami Police College

 

CJBAT- $40.00*: Broward Community College Criminal Justice Testing Center at the Institute of Public Safety

Address: 3501 Davie Road

Building 21

Davie, FL 33314

Phone number: 954-201-6931

Hours of Operation: Monday- Friday:

 

Indicates applicants are responsible for testing fees.




 

Director of Investigations

Office of the Inspector General for the NYPD – New York, NY

Job Description

Proposed Salary Range: $ 75,000.00 - $120,000.00 (Annual)

The Department of Investigation’s Office of the Inspector General for the New York City Police Department (“Office” or “OIG-NYPD”) is authorized to investigate, review, study, audit and make recommendations relating to the operations, policies, programs and practices of NYPD, with the goal of enhancing the effectiveness of NYPD, increasing public safety, protecting civil liberties and civil rights, and increasing the public’s confidence in the police force.

The Director of Investigations will support the Inspector General by overseeing the Investigation unit, which conducts investigations into problems and deficiencies relating to the operations, policies, programs and practices of NYPD and provides the evidentiary foundations for OIG-NYPD’s reports and recommendations.

The Director of Investigations will also manage the Investigation unit’s complaint intake function, where members of the public can make complaints regarding police operations, policies, and other issues. The Director of Investigations’ responsibilities include managing and supervising all facets of investigations, from complaint intake (if the matter arises through that mechanism) through the drafting and review of the Office’s investigative and other reports concerning systemic issues within NYPD. The Director of Investigations is also expected to establish and update investigative protocols for the Office and ensure that investigators are properly trained and performing their duties in conformance with those protocols.

Managing the Investigation unit’s staff of investigators and senior investigators is a core responsibility of the Director of Investigations position. This includes overseeing the assignment of work, driving individual performance, and other managerial functions. In addition, the Director of Investigations will be expected to work closely with the Policy Analysis unit to identify systemic issues and help oversee multidisciplinary teams as they conduct systemic reviews of NYPD operations. The Director of Investigations will work closely with the Inspector General and Deputy Inspector General, and, along with the Director of Policy Analysis and General Counsel, will serve as part of OIG-NYPD’s executive staff.

Other responsibilities of the Director of Investigations may include:

• Planning and conducting reviews, studies, and audits of NYPD operations;

• Drafting and editing OIG-NYPD’s reports and recommendations;

• Working with OIG-NYPD’s executive staff to develop and update OIG-NYPD’s policies, protocols, and priorities;

• Liaising with relevant staff at NYPD (including the Internal Affairs Bureau), the Civilian Complaint Review Board, prosecutors’ offices, and other City and law enforcement agencies to collect evidence, manage investigations, and stay abreast of current NYPD policies, procedures, initiatives, and operations;

• Recruiting, interviewing, and supervising full-time investigators and investigative interns; and• Performing such other investigative tasks as the Inspector General deems necessary to fulfill OIG-NYPD’s mandate.

Minimum Qual Requirements

1. A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university and four years of full-time experience in investigation, auditing, law enforcement, law security, management analysis, or in a major operational area of the agency to which the assignment is to be made; at least 18 months of which must have been in a supervisory, administrative, managerial or executive capacity, and the approval of the Commissioner of Investigation; or

2. Education and/or experience equivalent to “1” above. However, all candidates must have the approval of the Commissioner of Investigation and 18 months of supervisory, administrative, managerial or executive experience; or 18 months of experience in the exercise of discretion and professional judgment in significant policy matters related to criminal justice or areas particularly relevant to the Office of the Inspector General to which the candidate would be assigned.

Preferred Skills

The preferred candidate should possess the following:

• At least ten years of on-the-ground professional experience conducting and/or overseeing investigations related to criminal justice, law enforcement or police accountability issues, including at least three years of employment at a law enforcement agency;

• Strong familiarity with police procedures, and in particular, the policies and operations of the New York City Police Department;

• Practical understanding of and appreciation for police accountability issues;

• Strong writing and oral presentation skills to communicate investigative findings and analysis in an objective, clear, effective and compelling manner;

• The ability to work with multidisciplinary teams, comprised of investigators, attorneys, policy analysts, and auditors, and to comprehend complex legal issues, statistical data, and policy issues;

• At least three years in a supervisory, managerial or executive capacity overseeing junior staff;

• Effective problem solving abilities and excellent judgment;

• Superb organizational and people management skills;

• Ability to function, exhibit flexibility, and thrive in a dynamic work environment;

• Familiarity with New York City a plus.

To Apply

All current City Employees may apply by going to Employee Self Service (ESS) http://cityshare/ess. Click on Recruiting Activities/Careers and Search for Job ID # 231112.

All other applicants, please go to www.nyc.gov/career/search and search for Job ID # 231112.

PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL, MAIL OR FAX YOUR RESUME TO DOI DIRECTLY.

Residency Requirement

New York City residency is generally required within 90 days of appointment. However, City Employees in certain titles who have worked for the City for 2 continuous years may also be eligible to reside in Nassau, Suffolk, Putnam, Westchester, Rockland, or Orange County. To determine if the residency requirement applies to you, please discuss with the agency.




 

Director of Outreach

Office of the Inspector General for the NYPD – New York, NY

Job Description

Proposed Salary Range: $ 65,107.00 - $ 90,000.00 (Annual)

The Department of Investigation’s Office of Inspector General for the New York Police Department (“Office” or “OIG-NYPD”) is authorized to “investigate, review, study, audit and make recommendations relating to the operations, policies, programs and practices” of the NYPD, with the goals of enhancing effectiveness of the police department, increasing public safety, protecting civil liberties and civil rights, and increasing the public’s confidence in the police force.

OIG-NYPD is seeking a dynamic community affairs professional to serve as Director of Outreach. The successful candidate will report to the Deputy Inspector General and will lead OIG-NYPD’s efforts to interact with community and advocacy groups, New York City residents and other key stakeholders in advancing the mission of the Office. The Director of Outreach will lead the development of specific strategies to engage stakeholders across all five boroughs, which may include educational presentations, identifying opportunities for community meetings, disseminating OIG-NYPD reports and recommendations, and monitoring relevant city and state legislation. The Director of Outreach will assist the Inspector General and senior staff with the preparation of external presentations about the Office and its police oversight work and will also be responsible for producing and updating materials to share with external stakeholders, including pamphlets, fact sheets, and the OIG-NYPD website. Additionally, the Director of Outreach may be responsible for recruiting and supervising community outreach interns, as appropriate. The Director of Outreach will work in close partnership with the Department of Investigation’s intergovernmental affairs team and press office to ensure coordinated strategies and messaging consistent with the goals of the Office.

Minimum Qual Requirements
1. A master's degree from an accredited college in economics, finance, accounting, business or public administration, human resources management, management science, operations research, organizational behavior, industrial psychology, statistics, personnel administration, labor relations, psychology, sociology, human resources development, political science, urban studies or a closely related field, and two years of satisfactory full-time professional experience in one or a combination of the following: working with the budget of a large public or private concern in budget administration, accounting, economic or financial administration, or fiscal or economic research; in management or methods analysis, operations research, organizational research or program evaluation; in personnel or public administration, recruitment, position classification, personnel relations, employee benefits, staff development, employment program planning/administration, labor market research, economic planning, social services program planning/evaluation, or fiscal management; or in a related area. 18 months of this experience must have been in an executive, managerial, administrative or supervisory capacity. Supervision must have included supervising staff performing professional work in the areas described above; or

2. A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college and four years of professional experience in the areas described in "1" above, including the 18 months of executive, managerial, administrative or supervisory experience, as described in "1" above.

Preferred Skills
• Extensive experience working with community-based and/or non-profit organizations throughout the five boroughs of New York City

• Familiarity with New York City government

• Graduate degree in public policy, public administration, social work, law, government, communications, or related field

• Knowledge of, and demonstrated interest in, law enforcement, criminal justice, police oversight, and/or civil rights issues

• Excellent communications skills, including writing, public speaking and presentation skills• Ability to listen to and interact sensitively with groups expressing a diversity of viewpoints

• Familiarity with website design

• Oral and written foreign language skills a plus

To Apply

All current City Employees may apply by going to Employee Self Service (ESS) http://cityshare/ess. Click on Recruiting Activities/Careers and Search for Job ID #231445. All other applicants, please go to www.nyc.gov/career/search and search for Job ID# 231445.

PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL, MAIL OR FAX YOUR RESUME TO DOI DIRECTLY.

Appointments are subject to Office of Management & Budget approval for budgeted headcount. Work Location 80 Maiden Lane Residency Requirement New York City residency is generally required within 90 days of appointment. However, City Employees in certain titles who have worked for the City for 2 continuous years may also be eligible to reside in Nassau, Suffolk, Putnam, Westchester, Rockland, or Orange County. To determine if the residency requirement applies to you, please discuss with the agency representative at the time of interview.




 

Executive Project Manager

Office of the Inspector General for the NYPD – New York, NY

Job Description

Proposed Salary Range: $ 75,000.00 - $120,000.00 (Annual)

The Department of Investigation’s Office of the Inspector General for the New York City Police Department (“Office” or “OIG-NYPD”) is authorized to investigate, review, study, audit and make recommendations relating to the operations, policies, programs and practices of NYPD, with the goal of enhancing the effectiveness of NYPD, increasing public safety, protecting civil liberties and civil rights, and increasing the public’s confidence in the police force.

The Executive Project Manager will support the Inspector General and Deputy Inspector General by reviewing, revising, and providing quality control for substantive policy reports produced by OIG-NYPD regarding NYPD policies, operations, and practices. The Executive Project Manager will be responsible for working with the Inspector General, Deputy Inspector General, and assigned project leaders from the Office’s Investigative, Policy Analysis, and Legal units to structure, draft, and edit the Office’s investigatory evidence, analyses, and recommendations into crisp, focused, and cohesive reports.

Specific responsibilities of the Executive Project Manager will include:

• Ensuring that OIG-NYPD reports are written clearly, concisely, and consistent with agency style.
• Providing input into the drafting of investigative plans and document requests.
• Coordinating with project leaders to stay abreast of progress during the course of OIG-NYPD investigations and reviews.
• Developing effective means of presenting and reporting complex information, including both quantitative and qualitative data, including by working with internal subject matter experts.
• Reviewing, editing, and integrating drafts written by investigative and policy analysis staff to ensure consistency and clarity of message.
• Incorporating feedback from OIG-NYPD and DOI executive leadership into document drafts.
• Balancing a wide range of editorial projects with varying deadlines.
• Helping to prepare project members for interviews and other investigatory activities.
• Occasionally serving as a project leader over substantive reviews and investigations.
• Overseeing quality control processes to verify the accuracy of data and analyses included in OIG-NYPD reports.
• Performing such other tasks related to the preparation, editing, and release of investigative and policy reports, as well as to the overall functioning of the office, as the Inspector General deems necessary to fulfill OIG-NYPD’s mandate.

Minimum Qual Requirements

1. A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university and four years of full-time experience in investigation, auditing, law enforcement, law security, management analysis, or in a major operational area of the agency to which the assignment is to be made; at least 18 months of which must have been in a supervisory, administrative, managerial or executive capacity, and the approval of the Commissioner of Investigation; or

2. Education and/or experience equivalent to “1” above. However, all candidates must have the approval of the Commissioner of Investigation and 18 months of supervisory, administrative, managerial or executive experience; or 18 months of experience in the exercise of discretion and professional judgment in significant policy matters related to criminal justice or areas particularly relevant to the Office of the Inspector General to which the candidate would be assigned.

Preferred Skills

• Superb writing and editorial skills, with particular emphasis on the drafting and editing of substantive investigative and public policy reports.
• Excellent organizational, project management, and people management skills, with the ability to compile information from multi-disciplinary teams – including investigators, policy analysts, auditors, and attorneys -- and present such material in a clear, concise manner and with OIG-NYPD’s organizational voice.
• The ability to comprehend, synthesize, and communicate complex legal issues and analytical data in a clear, effective, and compelling manner to a broad audience.
• Prior substantial experience in the fields of law enforcement and/or criminal justice is strongly preferred.

To Apply

All current City Employees may apply by going to Employee Self Service (ESS) http://cityshare/ess. Click on Recruiting Activities/Careers and Search for Job ID # 231144. All other applicants, please go to www.nyc.gov/career/search and search for Job ID # 231144.

Residency Requirement

New York City residency is generally required within 90 days of appointment. However, City Employees in certain titles who have worked for the City for 2 continuous years may also be eligible to reside in Nassau, Suffolk, Putnam, Westchester, Rockland, or Orange County. To determine if the residency requirement applies to you, please discuss with the agency representative at the time of interview.

PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL, MAIL OR FAX YOUR RESUME TO DOI DIRECTLY.




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

The U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) is seeking experienced U.S. law enforcement professionals for consideration to be nominated to professional police positions in the United Nations Police Division.

Candidates are endorsed by INL through a formal diplomatic process and, if selected by the UN, are hired directly into the UN human resources system as UN employees on temporary appointments of one to two years.  If selected, officers may serve at headquarters in New York; the Standing Police Capacity facility in Brindisi, Italy; or in a current UN peacekeeping mission around the world.

INL is soliciting candidates for eight (8) positions.  Full position descriptions, with qualifications and requirements are posted at here.

If you are interested in being considered for a position please send an email to UNPOL-vacancies@state.gov with:

     1.    The title of the UN position (Ex. Police Officer P-3).  We will only consider applicants who meet the qualifications and requirements for the position they are applying. If you do not meet                  the minimum qualifications we cannot consider your application.  Due to UN requirements we cannot consider applicants over the age of 62 or who have been retired for more than five                  years.
     2.    An attached Resume/CV in Adobe PDF or Microsoft Word format.

We cannot respond to applicant queries and will contact only those applicants that meet the position qualifications and who have been considered among the pool of qualified candidates.”  

The deadline to respond is April  8, 2016.

 

United Nations                                                     Nations Unies



Posts:                                          2
Job Title:                                      Police Officer (2 posts), P-3
Deparment/Office:                       OROLSI/Police Division/Mission Management Section
Location:                                     NEW YORK
Posting Period:                           29/02/2016 - 31/05/2016
Job Opening number:                 DPKO/SEC1601/P-3/14
United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity


Organizational Setting and Reporting:
This position is located in the Mission Management and Support Section of the Police Division in the Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions, Department of Peacekeeping Operations. The
incumbent reports directly to the Chief of Section.  The overall objectives of the Police Division are to effectively direct police components in peacekeeping operations and special political missions; to strengthen the strategic direction, planning, and management of police components in peacekeeping operations; and, to work towards a shared understanding among all stakeholders on the future direction of police peacekeeping.  Additional information available in http://www.un.org/en/peacekeeping/sites/police/division.shtml


Responsibilities:
Within delegated authority, the Police Officer will be responsible for the following duties:


- Provides advice and substantive support to the Police Division on issues related to the police components in peacekeeping operations.

- Ensures the adherence of police components to their mandated tasks; advises and guides police components in their activities; evaluates and reviews components' progress; and, undertakes all
other tasks to ensure the proper administration and documentation of personnel-related requirements of the police components in the field.

- Advises and guides field missions on budgetary issues; acts as the principal focal point between Headquarters and field police components on administrative and coordination issues; conducts the
initial assessment related to the preparation of operational plans for police components of peacekeeping operations; advises on police concepts of operations;

- Participates in the preparation of planning contingencies for ongoing, downsizing and prospective future police components of peacekeeping operations; and, prepares background materials, briefing notes and talking points on police issues related to peacekeeping.

- Works in close coordination with counterparts in the Office of Military Affairs, representatives from Member States, Office of Operations (especially Integrated Operational Teams), Department of Field Support, and other offices in the Secretariat and UN Agencies.

Competencies:
Professionalism: Demonstrated professional competence and mastery of police administration and police operational planning; knowledge of administrative, budgetary, financial or human resources policies and procedures; is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results; ability to conduct independent research and analysis, identify
issues, formulate options and make conclusions and recommendations. Takes responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all
areas of work.

Planning and Organizing: Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies; identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate
amount of time and resources for completing work; foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently.

Teamwork: Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals; solicits input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda before personal agenda; supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position; shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.

Qualification:
Education: Advanced university degree (Master's Degree or equivalent) in the field of Criminal Justice, Law or Political Science or other relevant field. A first level university degree with a
combination of relevant academic qualifications and qualifying experience in police and peacekeeping may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree. Graduation from a police
academy or similar law enforcement institution is also required.

Experience: A minimum of five years of progressively responsible experience in an active national police service with a current rank equivalent to at least Chief Inspector or Major, and
specialization in planning and implementing police operations and projects is required. Experience in a peacekeeping operation, UNHQ, or similar international organization is desirable. Qualifying years of experience are calculated following the graduation from the national police academy or similar law enforcement institution.

Language: English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this post advertised, fluency in English (both oral and written) is required. Knowledge of a second
official UN language, preferably French, is desirable.

Assessment Method:
Kindly note that you may, as part of the evaluation of your application for this position, be requested to undergo written knowledge-based assessment exercises, which may be followed by a
competency-based interview depending on the result of the test.

Special Notice:
Circulation of this Job Opening is limited to Member States. Only serving police officers who have received authorization by their National Authorities to apply for this Job Opening will be
considered. Appointments are limited to service on posts reserved for active police officers who serve on secondment financed by the support account of peacekeeping operations.

 

 


 

The U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) is seeking experienced U.S. law enforcement professionals for consideration to be nominated to professional police positions in the United Nations Police Division.

Candidates are endorsed by INL through a formal diplomatic process and, if selected by the UN, are hired directly into the UN human resources system as UN employees on temporary appointments of one to two years.  If selected, officers may serve at headquarters in New York; the Standing Police Capacity facility in Brindisi, Italy; or in a current UN peacekeeping mission around the world.

INL is soliciting candidates for eight (8) positions.  Full position descriptions, with qualifications and requirements are posted at here.

If you are interested in being considered for a position please send an email to UNPOL-vacancies@state.gov with:

     1.    The title of the UN position (Ex. Police Officer P-3).  We will only consider applicants who meet the qualifications and requirements for the position they are applying. If you do not meet                  the minimum qualifications we cannot consider your application.  Due to UN requirements we cannot consider applicants over the age of 62 or who have been retired for more than five                  years.
     2.    An attached Resume/CV in Adobe PDF or Microsoft Word format.

We cannot respond to applicant queries and will contact only those applicants that meet the position qualifications and who have been considered among the pool of qualified candidates.”  

The deadline to respond is April  8, 2016.

 

 

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Job Title:                                                                               Training Adviser , P-4
Department/Office:                                                                OROLSI/PD/Standing Police Capacity
Location:                                                                               NEW YORK
Posting Period:                                                                      9/02/2016 - 31/05/2016
Job Opening number:                                                           DPKO/SEC1601/P-4/10
United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity


Organizational Setting and Reporting:
This position is located in the Police Division, Standing Police Capacity (SPC) in the Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions, Department of Peacekeeping Operations. The incumbent will
report to the Chief of SPC who will serve as the first reporting officer, with Police Adviser serving as the second reporting officer.  The Standing Police Capacity is comprised of deployable staff within the UN Police Division that contribute to the start-up of police components in new UN peace operations and assists existing missions through provisions of advice and expertise. The focus of the training adviser position centres on the strategic-level mission mandated tasks related to the building or rebuilding of host country institutional law enforcement capacity in post-conflict environments.


Responsibilities:
Within delegated authority, the Training Adviser will be responsible for the following duties:

- Provide advice and assistance on law enforcement training initiatives within the context of the field assignments of the SPC.

- Focuses on supporting the development of police academies and other law enforcement training facilities by researching and designing focused and time-limited training initiatives through the use of appropriate Training Needs Analyses (TNAs) and modern adult education models, as required.

- Devise specialized training actions of targeted middle and senior management law enforcement officials in order to maximize their learning and improve their job performance.

- Develop and implement strategic training plans for both the UN police components and the
national police when appropriate.

- Review law enforcement training curricula and programmes and designs training courses and other initiatives that the SPC is expected to support once deployed to a UN peace operation.

- Undertake comparative assessments of contemporary training needs in UN peace operations in the rule of law field as well as identifying and codifying best training practices relevant to the size and capacity of the SPC and the respective terms of reference for the assignments that it is given.

- Isolate the educational and technical updates required by indigenous law enforcement leaders and managers and designs and supports implementation of relevant corrective and supplementary
training initiatives in co-operation with national and international partners, including measures to improve overall law enforcement recruitment and vetting procedures.

- Facilitate donor engagement in pursuit of increasing financial support to law enforcement training matters.

- Work in close collaboration with counterparts from the Office of Operations (especially Integrated Operational Teams), Office of Military Affairs, Policy Evaluation and Training Division,
Department of Field Support and other offices in the Secretariat UN agencies.

- The incumbent must be prepared to travel to the field at short notice. Deployment to field missions for longer or shorter periods may occur.


Competencies:
Professionalism: In-depth knowledge of theories, concepts and approaches relevant to training and Professionalism: In-depth knowledge of theories, concepts and approaches relevant to training and curriculum design; good research, analytical and problem-solving skills: ability to identify and participate in the resolution of complex issues and problems: very good negotiation skills: ability to incorporate gender perspectives into substantive work. Excellent conceptual, analytical and evaluative skills; ability to conduct independent research and analysis, identify issues, formulate
opinions and make conclusions and recommendations. Takes responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work.

Planning and Organizing: Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies; identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate
amount of time and resources for completing work; foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently.

Teamwork: Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals; solicits input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda before personal agenda; supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position; shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings. Good interpersonal skills and ability to establish and maintain effective partnerships and working relations in a multi-cultural environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity.

Qualification:
Education: Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in the applied sciences, social sciences or relevant field. A first level university degree with a combination of relevant
academic qualifications and extensive experience in law enforcement/organization training may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree. Graduation from a certified police academy or other law enforcement training institution is desirable.

Experience: A minimum of seven years of progressively responsible experience in an active national police service with a current rank of at least Superintendent or Lt. Colonel, or higher. At
least three years of specialization in police/law enforcement training including design and implementation of training courses/programmes/curricula is required. Experience in the use of
modern internet-based research methodologies and sources are required. Peacekeeping or other international experience in the UN or other organizations is desirable. Qualifying years of
experience are calculated following the graduation from the national police academy or similar law enforcement institution.

Languages: English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this post advertised, fluency in English (both oral and written) is required. Knowledge of a second
official UN language, preferably French, is desirable.

Assesment Method:
Kindly note that you may, as part of the evaluation of your application for this position, be requested to undergo written knowledge-based assessment exercises, which may be followed by a
competency-based interview depending on the result of the test.

Special Notice:
Circulation of this Job Opening is limited to Member States. Only serving police officers who have received authorization by their National Authorities to apply for this Job Opening will be
considered. Appointments are limited to service on posts reserved for active police officers who serve on secondment financed by the support account of peacekeeping operations.

 

 

 

 


 

The U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) is seeking experienced U.S. law enforcement professionals for consideration to be nominated to professional police positions in the United Nations Police Division.

Candidates are endorsed by INL through a formal diplomatic process and, if selected by the UN, are hired directly into the UN human resources system as UN employees on temporary appointments of one to two years.  If selected, officers may serve at headquarters in New York; the Standing Police Capacity facility in Brindisi, Italy; or in a current UN peacekeeping mission around the world.

INL is soliciting candidates for eight (8) positions.  Full position descriptions, with qualifications and requirements are posted at here.

If you are interested in being considered for a position please send an email to UNPOL-vacancies@state.gov with:

     1.    The title of the UN position (Ex. Police Officer P-3).  We will only consider applicants who meet the qualifications and requirements for the position they are applying. If you do not meet                  the minimum qualifications we cannot consider your application.  Due to UN requirements we cannot consider applicants over the age of 62 or who have been retired for more than five                  years.
     2.    An attached Resume/CV in Adobe PDF or Microsoft Word format.

We cannot respond to applicant queries and will contact only those applicants that meet the position qualifications and who have been considered among the pool of qualified candidates.”  

The deadline to respond is April  8, 2016.

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Job Title:                                                                                      Police Selection and Recruitment Officer, P-4
Deparment/Office:                                                                       OROLSI/Police Division/Selection and Recruitment Section
Location:                                                                                      NEW YORK
Posting Period:                                                                            29/02/2016 - 31/05/2016
Job Opening number:                                                                  DPKO/SEC1601/P-4/12
United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity


Organizational Setting and Reporting:
This position is located in the Selection and Recruitment Section of the Police Division in the Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions, Department of Peacekeeping Operations. The
incumbent reports directly to the Chief of Section.  The overall objectives of the Police Division are to effectively direct police components in peacekeeping operations and special political missions; to strengthen the strategic direction, planning, and management of police components in peacekeeping operations; and, to work towards a shared understanding among all stakeholders on the future direction of police peacekeeping.  Additional information available in http://www.un.org/en/peacekeeping/sites/police/division.shtml


Responsibilities:
Within delegated authority, the Police Selection and Recruitment Officer will be responsible for the following duties:

- Conducts effective and timely selection, recruitment and rotation of police personnel for field missions, including Formed Police Units. The incumbent will be directly involved in expanding the
pool of qualified candidates for police personnel positions, developing a skill-based roster for senior police personnel, collaborating and coordinating with the Department of Field Support,
Member States and Police-Contributing Countries (PCCs) on all matters related to deployment, extension and rotation of police personnel.

- Participates in pre-deployment visits to inspect contingent owned equipment; assesses the readiness of formed police unit personnel; coordinates negotiations of memoranda of understanding
with Member States; joins reconnaissance visits to field missions; and, assists the Chief of Selection and Recruitment in daily communication with Member States and field missions related
to mission-specific United Nations police selection and recruitment.

- Conducts substantive vetting of candidates to assess their suitability by analysing curricula vitae, screening of candidates and conducting interviews by phone or video-teleconference.

- Standardizes recruitment and selection procedures through the development of competency-based profiles; develops and participates in recruitment strategies to meet identified shortfalls, including recruitment and outreach exercises and selection assistance visits to generate a pool of competent candidates, especially thematic experts, i.e. experts in forensics, organized crime, electoral-related activities, criminal investigation, crime prevention, crowd control management, etc.;

- Intensifies engagement with francophone organizations and countries; ensures compliance with UN recruitment policies and guidelines, including gender balance initiatives; projects and monitors rotation plans of police personnel; maintains and interprets statistical data on police personnel serving in field missions and contributions by Police Contributing Countries.

- Develops extension and rotation strategies to meet the demand for police personnel and formed units in the field; establishes staggered police rotation plans in coordination with field missions and Member States to ensure continuity and stable strength in order to mitigate the potential adverse impact on mission mandate implementation and security and ensures strict adherence to established performance appraisal policies for any extension requests.

- Coordinates and ensures the issuance of medical clearances by the UN Medical Services Division for police officers prior to their deployment to field missions; and, monitors and updates the
medical tracking mechanism for police personnel. 

- Responsible for managing and participating in Selection Assistance and Assessment Teams (SAAT) and the Formed Police Unit Assistance Teams (FPAT); arranging and participating in
pre-deployment visits to Member States.


Competencies:
Professionalism: Ability to identify issues, formulate opinions, present conclusions and offer recommendations. Ability to apply UN HR rules, regulations, policies and guidelines in work
situations and prepare reports or rational with respect to key administrative decisions. Motivated by professional rather than personal concerns; shows persistence when faced with difficult problems
or challenges; remains calm in stressful situations; is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results. Takes responsibility for incorporating
gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work. 

Planning and Organizing: Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies; identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate
amount of time and resources for completing work; foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently.
Teamwork: Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals; solicits input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda
before personal agenda; supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position; shares credit for team accomplishments and
accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.

Qualification:
Education: Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in law, criminal justice, human resources management, police administration, business or public administration, social
sciences, education or related area. Graduation from a certified police academy or similar law enforcement training institution is required. A first level university degree in combination with
relevant academic qualifications and qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.

Experience: A minimum of seven years of progressively responsible experience in active national police service with a rank of Superintendent or Lt. Colonel, other service equivalent or higher rank, including three years of practical experience in police personnel administration and recruitment is required. Qualifying years of experience are calculated following the graduation from the national police academy or similar law enforcement institution. Experience in a peacekeeping operation, UNHQ, or similar international organization is desirable.

Language: English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this post advertised, fluency in English (both oral and written) is required. Knowledge of a second
official UN language, preferably French, is desirable.

Assesment Method:
Kindly note that you may, as part of the evaluation of your application for this position, be requested to undergo written knowledge-based assessment exercises, which may be followed by a
competency-based interview depending on the result of the test.

Special Notice:
Circulation of this Job Opening is limited to Member States. Only serving police officers who have received authorization by their National Authorities to apply for this Job Opening will be
considered. Appointments are limited to service on posts reserved for active police officers who serve on secondment financed by the support account of peacekeeping operations.

 


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) is seeking experienced U.S. law enforcement professionals for consideration to be nominated to professional police positions in the United Nations Police Division.

Candidates are endorsed by INL through a formal diplomatic process and, if selected by the UN, are hired directly into the UN human resources system as UN employees on temporary appointments of one to two years.  If selected, officers may serve at headquarters in New York; the Standing Police Capacity facility in Brindisi, Italy; or in a current UN peacekeeping mission around the world.

INL is soliciting candidates for eight (8) positions.  Full position descriptions, with qualifications and requirements are posted at here.

If you are interested in being considered for a position please send an email to UNPOL-vacancies@state.gov with:

     1.    The title of the UN position (Ex. Police Officer P-3).  We will only consider applicants who meet the qualifications and requirements for the position they are applying. If you do not meet                  the minimum qualifications we cannot consider your application.  Due to UN requirements we cannot consider applicants over the age of 62 or who have been retired for more than five                  years.
     2.    An attached Resume/CV in Adobe PDF or Microsoft Word format.

We cannot respond to applicant queries and will contact only those applicants that meet the position qualifications and who have been considered among the pool of qualified candidates.”  

The deadline to respond is April  8, 2016.

 

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Job Title:                                                                                                            Police Selection Recruitment Officer, P-3
Deparment/Office:                                                                                             OROLSI/Police Division/Selection and Recruitment Section
Location:                                                                                                            NEW YORK
Posting Period:                                                                                                  29/02/2016 - 31/05/2016
Job Opening number:                                                                                        DPKO/SEC1601/P-3/15
United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity


Organizational Setting and Reporting:
This position is located in the Selection and Recruitment Section of the Police Division in the Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions, Department of Peacekeeping Operations. The
incumbent reports directly to the Chief of Section.  The overall objectives of the Police Division are to effectively direct police components in peacekeeping operations and special political missions; to strengthen the strategic direction, planning, and management of police components in peacekeeping operations; and, to work towards a shared understanding among all stakeholders on the future direction of police peacekeeping. Additional information available in http://www.un.org/en/peacekeeping/sites/police/division.shtml


Responsibilities:
Within delegated authority, the Police Selection and Recruitment Officer will be responsible for the following duties:

- Conducts effective and timely selection, recruitment and rotation of police personnel for field missions, including Formed Police Units. The incumbent is directly involved in expanding the pool
of qualified candidates for police personnel positions, developing a skill-based roster for senior police personnel, collaborating and coordinating with the Department of Field Support, Member
States and Police-Contributing Countries (PCC’s) on all matters related to deployment, extension and rotation of police personnel;

- Conducts substantive vetting of candidates to assess their suitability by analysing curricula vitae, screening of candidates and conducting interviews by phone or video-teleconference;

- Develops extension and rotation strategies to meet the demand for police personnel and formed units in the field; establishes staggered police rotation plans in coordination with field missions and Member States to ensure continuity and stable strength in order to mitigate the potential adverse impact on mission mandate implementation and security and ensures strict adherence to established performance appraisal policies for any extension requests.

- Coordinates and ensures the issuance of medical clearances by the UN Medical Services Division for police officers prior to their deployment to field missions; and, monitors and updates the
medical tracking mechanism for police personnel.

- Manages and participates in Selection Assistance and Assessment Teams (SAAT) and the Formed Police Unit Assistance Teams (FPAT); arranging and participating in pre-deployment visits to
Member States.

Competencies:
Professionalism: Ability to identify issues, formulate opinions, present conclusions and offer recommendations. Ability to apply UN HR rules, regulations, policies and guidelines in work
situations and prepare reports or rational with respect to key administrative decisions. Motivated by professional rather than personal concerns; shows persistence when faced with difficult problems
or challenges; remains calm in stressful situations; is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results. Takes responsibility for incorporating
gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work.

Planning and Organizing: Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies; identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate
amount of time and resources for completing work; foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently.

Teamwork: Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals; solicits input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda before personal agenda; supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position; shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.

Qualification:
Education: Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in law, criminal justice, police sciences, police administration and management or other related field. Graduation from a
certified police academy or similar law enforcement training institution is required. A first level university degree in combination with relevant academic qualifications and qualifying experience
may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.

Experience: A minimum of five years of progressively responsible experience in active national police service with a rank of Major or Chief Inspector, other service equivalent or higher rank,
including three years of practical experience in police personnel administration and recruitment is required. Experience in a peacekeeping operation, UNHQ, or similar international organization is
desirable.

Language:English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this post advertised, fluency in English (both oral and written) is required. Knowledge of a second
official UN language, preferably French, is desirable.

Assesment Method:
Kindly note that you may, as part of the evaluation of your application for this position, be requested to undergo written knowledge-based assessment exercises, which may be followed by a
competency-based interview depending on the result of the test. 

Special Notice:
Circulation of this Job Opening is limited to Member States. Only serving police officers who have received authorization by their National Authorities to apply for this Job Opening will be
considered. Appointments are limited to service on posts reserved for active police officers who serve on secondment financed by the support account of peacekeeping operations.

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) is seeking experienced U.S. law enforcement professionals for consideration to be nominated to professional police positions in the United Nations Police Division.

Candidates are endorsed by INL through a formal diplomatic process and, if selected by the UN, are hired directly into the UN human resources system as UN employees on temporary appointments of one to two years.  If selected, officers may serve at headquarters in New York; the Standing Police Capacity facility in Brindisi, Italy; or in a current UN peacekeeping mission around the world.

INL is soliciting candidates for eight (8) positions.  Full position descriptions, with qualifications and requirements are posted at here.

If you are interested in being considered for a position please send an email to UNPOL-vacancies@state.gov with:

     1.    The title of the UN position (Ex. Police Officer P-3).  We will only consider applicants who meet the qualifications and requirements for the position they are applying. If you do not meet                  the minimum qualifications we cannot consider your application.  Due to UN requirements we cannot consider applicants over the age of 62 or who have been retired for more than five                  years.
     2.    An attached Resume/CV in Adobe PDF or Microsoft Word format.

We cannot respond to applicant queries and will contact only those applicants that meet the position qualifications and who have been considered among the pool of qualified candidates.”  

The deadline to respond is April  8, 2016.

 

 

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Posts:                                                                                                                                  2
Job Title:                                                                                                                             Police Officer , P-4
Deparment/Office:                                                                                                              OROLSI/Police Division/Mission Management Section
Location:                                                                                                                             NEW YORK
Posting Period:                                                                                                                   29/02/2016 - 31/05/2016
Job Opening number:                                                                                                         DPKO/SEC1601/P-4/11
United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity


Organizational Setting and Reporting:
This position is located in the Mission Management and Support Section of the Police Division in the Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions, Department of Peacekeeping Operations. The
incumbent reports directly to the Chief of Section.

The overall objectives of the Police Division are to effectively direct police components in peacekeeping operations and special political missions; to strengthen the strategic direction,
planning, and management of police components in peacekeeping operations; and, to work towards a shared understanding among all stakeholders on the future direction of police peacekeeping.
Additional information available in http://www.un.org/en/peacekeeping/sites/police/division.shtml


Responsibilities:
Within delegated authority, the Police Officer will be responsible for the following duties:

- Provides advice and substantive support to the Police Division on police issues related to peacekeeping.

- S/he assists in the development of policies and strategies for all police dimensions in peacekeeping operations; participates in the police aspects of negotiations; develops police
Concepts of Operations in support of integrated mission planning; conducts assessments of post-conflict police institutions and recommends on their immediate short term needs and the role
of UN police therein.

- The incumbent reviews and assesses more broadly the long term institutional needs of post-conflict police institutions with a view to developing strategies and partnerships to ensure their
long term sustainable development; and, liaises with UN Agencies and Programmes, international and regional organizations, and Member State governments to ensure an effective and coordinated approach to the long term institutional development of post conflict police institutions.

- S/he ensures the adherence of police components to their mandated tasks; advises and guides the components in their activities; evaluates and reviews components' progress; and, performs all other required administrative functions pertaining to the operations of the components and the serving police officers, ensuring the appropriate administration of police personnel, police mission budgets, and disciplinary cases related to police officers.

- The incumbent must be prepared to travel to the field at short notice. S/he works in close collaboration with counterparts from the Office of Operations (especially Integrated Operational
Teams), Office of Military Affairs, Policy Evaluation and Training Division, Department of Field Support and other offices in the Secretariat UN agencies.

- S/he conducts presentations and provides information and recommendations to senior UN officials and other national government officials regarding substantive police peacekeeping issues.

Competencies:
Professionalism: In-depth knowledge of issues related to the operations and support of police components in UN field missions; sound understanding of police planning, management, and
administration;; ability to provide seasoned advice on police administration and operational planning to senior UN and national government officials; versatile in planning a wide range of
international police activities; excellent conceptual, analytical and evaluative skills; ability to conduct independent research and analysis, identify issues, formulate opinions and make
conclusions and recommendations. Takes responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work.

Planning and Organizing: Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies; identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate
amount of time and resources for completing work; foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently.
Teamwork: Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals; solicits input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda
before personal agenda; supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position; shares credit for team accomplishments and
accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.

Qualification:
Education: Advanced university degree (Master's Degree or equivalent) in the field of Criminal Justice, Law, Political Science or related field. First level university degree with a combination of
relevant academic qualifications and qualifying experience in police and peacekeeping may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree. Graduation from a police academy or a similar law enforcement institution is also required.

Experience: A minimum of seven years of progressively responsible experience in an active national police service with a current rank of at least Superintendent or Lt. Colonel, with a
specialization in planning and implementing police operations and projects, monitoring and evaluation of complex police tasks and projects is required. At least one year of experience in a
peacekeeping operation, UNHQ, or similar international institution is desirable. Qualifying years of experience are calculated following the graduation from the national police academy or similar law enforcement institution.

Languages: English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this post advertised, fluency in English (both oral and written) is required. Knowledge of a second
official UN language, preferably French, is desirable.

Assesment Method:
Kindly note that you may, as part of the evaluation of your application for this position, be requested to undergo written knowledge-based assessment exercises, which may be followed by a
competency-based interview depending on the result of the test.

Special Notice:
Circulation of this Job Opening is limited to Member States. Only serving police officers who have received authorization by their National Authorities to apply for this Job Opening will be
considered. Appointments are limited to service on posts reserved for active police officers who serve on secondment financed by the support account of peacekeeping operations.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) is seeking experienced U.S. law enforcement professionals for consideration to be nominated to professional police positions in the United Nations Police Division.

Candidates are endorsed by INL through a formal diplomatic process and, if selected by the UN, are hired directly into the UN human resources system as UN employees on temporary appointments of one to two years.  If selected, officers may serve at headquarters in New York; the Standing Police Capacity facility in Brindisi, Italy; or in a current UN peacekeeping mission around the world.

INL is soliciting candidates for eight (8) positions.  Full position descriptions, with qualifications and requirements are posted at here.

If you are interested in being considered for a position please send an email to UNPOL-vacancies@state.gov with:

     1.    The title of the UN position (Ex. Police Officer P-3).  We will only consider applicants who meet the qualifications and requirements for the position they are applying. If you do not meet                  the minimum qualifications we cannot consider your application.  Due to UN requirements we cannot consider applicants over the age of 62 or who have been retired for more than five                  years.
     2.    An attached Resume/CV in Adobe PDF or Microsoft Word format.

We cannot respond to applicant queries and will contact only those applicants that meet the position qualifications and who have been considered among the pool of qualified candidates.”  

The deadline to respond is April  8, 2016.

 

  United Nations                                                     Nations Unies

 
Job Title:                                                                                         Police Liaison Officer, P-4
Department/Office:                                                                           OROLSI/Police Division/Integrated Operational Team
Location:                                                                                         NEW YORK
Posting Period:                                                                                29/02/2016 - 31/05/2016
Job Opening number:                                                                     DPKO/SEC1601/P-4/13
United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity


Organizational Setting and Reporting:
While this position is administratively located in the Police Division (PD) of the Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions (OROLSI), the incumbent reports to the Head of the Integrated
Operational Team (IOT) in the Office of Operations (OO). Both OO and OROLSI are in the Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO).

Responsibilities:
Within delegated authority, the Police Liaison Officer will be responsible for the following duties:

- Provides support to police mandate implementation and law enforcement in peace operations.

- Provides advice on peacekeeping mission-specific and operations support issues requiring policy decisions; assists in developing and reviewing Mission Plans and Concepts of Operations for police components of peace operations; reviews the draft report of the Secretary-General to the Security Council and the General Assembly and other related issuances on the police components of peace operations; and, advises, facilitates and coordinates police issues requiring the involvement of Police Contributing Countries (PCCs).

- Liaises with other offices within the Secretariat, peacekeeping missions and Permanent Missions of the PCC’s within the guidelines of the PD; supports the IOT and the PD in planning and
integrating police elements into the development of Concepts of Operations and Operational Plans;

- Supports the PD in evaluating police plans and preparing expert police advice on mission operational matters; advises and facilitates the flow of critical information between DPKO and
missions to inform the planning, budget, and implementation processes.

- Represents the IOT and PD in selected working groups, task forces and outside meetings; facilitates collaboration between the PD and other field mission components at the operational
level; and, coordinates and integrates activities of police components in the field missions.  - Assists in liaising with Member States and regional organizations on mission-specific related
issues; participates in police contributing countries meetings; drafts mission-specific code cables and related correspondences to peace operations; prepares daily highlight reports on
mission-specific issues for submission to the Head of the IOT and the Police Adviser.

- Participates in field visits and prepares assessment reports; prepares talking points for senior representatives of the United Nations Secretariat on mission-specific issues; assists in the
preparation and review of budgetary documentation, including results-based budgeting reports, of the police components of peace operations.

- Assists, in consultation with the Conduct and Discipline Unit of the Department of Peacekeeping Operations, in the provision to Member States of prompt and accurate information on any
disciplinary matters related to their seconded law enforcement officers in United Nations peace operations.

- Researches on and provides technical and police advice on operational matters, as may be required; acts as an intermediary of the principal liaison group between field missions and
headquarters staff on police matters; liaises with the Police Division for response actions and provides the Division’s position to the IOT, as required.

- Provides advice to missions, in coordination with Police Division, on staffing and police selection to ensure they are commensurate with the planned operations and activities in order to fulfil
mission mandates.

- Prepares and analyses periodic management reports and other relevant information in order to keep senior managers informed; prepares technical reports and briefings; conducts informal and
formal briefing presentations; identifies issues requiring headquarters intervention and follows up on decisions taken; and, executes other tasks as assigned by the Head of the IOT.

Competencies:
Professionalism: Demonstrated competence in police matters at the strategic and command levels; ability to identify issues, formulate opinions and provide recommendations through the use
of sound judgment and applying expertise to solve a wide range of problems related to law enforcement; ability to work under pressure; conceptual and analytical abilities; knowledge of
theories, concepts and approaches relevant to law enforcement, community safety and capacity-building; good research, analytical and problem-solving skills; ability to identify and
participate in the resolution of complex issues and problems; and good negotiation skills. Takes responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women
and men in all areas of work.

Planning and Organizing: Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies; identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate
amount of time and resources for completing work; foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently.

Teamwork: Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals; solicits input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda before personal agenda; supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position; shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.

Qualification:
Education: Advanced university degree (Master's Degree or equivalent) in Criminal Justice, Law or Political Science or other related field. A first level university degree with a combination of
relevant academic qualifications and experience in police and peacekeeping may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree. Graduation from a police academy or similar law enforcement training institution is required.

Experience: A minimum of seven years of progressively responsible experience in active national police service with a rank of Superintendent or Lt. Colonel, other service equivalent or higher rank, including experience at the command level. Experience in police policy-making, and in strategic and operational police management is also required. Experience in UN peacekeeping or in UNHQ is desirable. Qualifying years of experience are calculated following the graduation from the national police academy or similar law enforcement institution. Police training experience is
desirable.


Language: English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this post, fluency in English (both oral and written) is required. Knowledge of a second official UN
language, preferably French, is desirable.

Assesment Method:
Kindly note that you may, as part of the evaluation of your application for this position, be requested to undergo written knowledge-based assessment exercises, which may be followed by a
competency-based interview depending on the result of the test.


Special Notice:
Circulation of this Job Opening is limited to Member States. Only serving police officers who have received authorization by their National Authorities to apply for this Job Opening will be
considered. Appointments are limited to service on posts reserved for active police officers who serve on secondment financed by the support account of peacekeeping operations.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) is seeking experienced U.S. law enforcement professionals for consideration to be nominated to professional police positions in the United Nations Police Division.

Candidates are endorsed by INL through a formal diplomatic process and, if selected by the UN, are hired directly into the UN human resources system as UN employees on temporary appointments of one to two years.  If selected, officers may serve at headquarters in New York; the Standing Police Capacity facility in Brindisi, Italy; or in a current UN peacekeeping mission around the world.

INL is soliciting candidates for eight (8) positions.  Full position descriptions, with qualifications and requirements are posted at here.

If you are interested in being considered for a position please send an email to UNPOL-vacancies@state.gov with:

     1.    The title of the UN position (Ex. Police Officer P-3).  We will only consider applicants who meet the qualifications and requirements for the position they are applying. If you do not meet                  the minimum qualifications we cannot consider your application.  Due to UN requirements we cannot consider applicants over the age of 62 or who have been retired for more than five                  years.
     2.    An attached Resume/CV in Adobe PDF or Microsoft Word format.

We cannot respond to applicant queries and will contact only those applicants that meet the position qualifications and who have been considered among the pool of qualified candidates.”  

The deadline to respond is April  8, 2016.

 

 

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Job Title:                                                                                  Corrections Policy Officer , P-4
Deparment/Office:                                                                   OROLSI/Criminal Law and Judicial Advisory Section
Location:                                                                                  NEW YORK
Posting Period:                                                                        29/02/2016 - 31/05/2016
Job Opening number:                                                              DPKO/SEC1601/P-4/16
United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity

Organizational Setting and Reporting:
This post is located in the Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO),Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions, Criminal Law and Judicial Advisory Service. The Corrections Officer
reports to the Chief of the Criminal Law and Judicial Advisory Service or his/her designate.

Responsibilities:
Within delegated authority, the Corrections Officer will be responsible for the following duties:

- Provides advice and support to the Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions and to DPKO on corrections/prisons issues in peace operations.

- Formulates strategies and policies for corrections activities in field missions as part of a comprehensive rule of law approach.

- Plans corrections aspects of peace operations and provides technical and operational guidance to field personnel.

- Monitors and analyses corrections issues in peace operations, identifies problems and proposes solutions.

- Oversees that preparation and dissemination of policies, lessons learned studies and other guidance materials, including for pre-deployment and induction purposes.

- Assists Member States in developing a capacity to contribute corrections officers to peace operations.

- Perform other tasks, as required.

Competencies:
Professionalism: Ability to plan, support and provide advice on corrections/prisons reform activities. Knowledge of applicable international standards in the corrections/prisons
area. Excellent conceptual, analytical and evaluative skills. Ability to conduct independent research and analysis, identify issues, develop lessons learned, identify best practices, formulate options and make recommendations. Excellent communication skills (written and verbal) including the ability to prepare succinct reports and guidelines and to articulate ideas in a clear and concise manner. Takes responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work.

Planning & Organizing: Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies; identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate amount of
time and resources for completing work; foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently.

Communication: Speaks and writes clearly and effectively; listens to others, correctly interprets messages from others and responds appropriately; asks questions to clarify, and exhibits interest in
having two-way communication; tailors language, tone, style and format to match audience; demonstrates openness in sharing information and keeping people informed.

Teamwork: Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals; Solicits input by genuinely valuing others' ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; Places team agenda before personal agenda; Supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position; Shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joining responsibility for team shortcomings.

Qualification:
Education: Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in law or social sciences with specialization in justice administration or related field. A first-level university degree in
combination with two additional years of qualifying experience in corrections/prisons systems may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree. Graduation from a certified prison academy or other similar law enforcement training institution is highly desirable.

Experience: A minimum of seven years of progressive professional experience in a corrections/prisons system management or related areas in the administration of justice, including
operational policy development and training as a senior policy and planning officer in a national corrections/prison is required. This must include at least one year professional experience providing technical assistance to strengthening corrections systems in a transitional, development of post-conflict setting outside the applicant’s country of nationality. Candidates should be at the rank of Superintendent, service equivalent or senior manager. United Nations field experience, especially in a peacekeeping operation, is desirable. Qualifying years of experience are calculated
following the receipt of the first level university degree recognised by the United Nations. 

Language: English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For the post advertised, fluency in oral and written English is required, while written and oral fluency in
French is highly desirable. Knowledge of any other official United Nations language is desirable.

Assesment Method:
Kindly note that you may, as part of the evaluation of your application for this position, be requested to undergo written knowledge-based assessment exercises, which may be followed by a
competency-based interview depending on the result of the test.

Special Notice:
Circulation of this Job Opening is limited to Member States. Only serving corrections officers who have received authorization by their National Authorities to apply for this Job Opening will be
considered. Appointments are limited to service on posts financed by the support account of peacekeeping operations reserved for active-duty officers who serve on secondment. In order to
promote gender balance female candidates are highly encouraged to apply.

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) is seeking experienced U.S. law enforcement professionals for consideration to be nominated to professional police positions in the United Nations Police Division.

Candidates are endorsed by INL through a formal diplomatic process and, if selected by the UN, are hired directly into the UN human resources system as UN employees on temporary appointments of one to two years.  If selected, officers may serve at headquarters in New York; the Standing Police Capacity facility in Brindisi, Italy; or in a current UN peacekeeping mission around the world.

INL is soliciting candidates for eight (8) positions.  Full position descriptions, with qualifications and requirements are posted at here.

If you are interested in being considered for a position please send an email to UNPOL-vacancies@state.gov with:

     1.    The title of the UN position (Ex. Police Officer P-3).  We will only consider applicants who meet the qualifications and requirements for the position they are applying. If you do not meet                  the minimum qualifications we cannot consider your application.  Due to UN requirements we cannot consider applicants over the age of 62 or who have been retired for more than five                  years.
     2.    An attached Resume/CV in Adobe PDF or Microsoft Word format.

We cannot respond to applicant queries and will contact only those applicants that meet the position qualifications and who have been considered among the pool of qualified candidates.”  

The deadline to respond is April  8, 2016.

 

  United Nations                                                     Nations Unies

 
Job Title:                                                                                 Corrections Policy Officer , P-4
Deparment/Office:                                                                  OROLSI/Criminal Law and Judicial Advisory Section
Location:                                                                                 NEW YORK
Posting Period:                                                                       29/02/2016 - 31/05/2016
Job Opening number:                                                             DPKO/SEC1601/P-4/16
United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity

Organizational Setting and Reporting:

This post is located in the Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO),Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions, Criminal Law and Judicial Advisory Service. The Corrections Officer
reports to the Chief of the Criminal Law and Judicial Advisory Service or his/her designate.

Responsibilities:
Within delegated authority, the Corrections Officer will be responsible for the following duties:

- Provides advice and support to the Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions and to DPKO on corrections/prisons issues in peace operations.

- Formulates strategies and policies for corrections activities in field missions as part of a comprehensive rule of law approach.

- Plans corrections aspects of peace operations and provides technical and operational guidance to field personnel.

- Monitors and analyses corrections issues in peace operations, identifies problems and proposes solutions.

- Oversees that preparation and dissemination of policies, lessons learned studies and other guidance materials, including for pre-deployment and induction purposes.

- Assists Member States in developing a capacity to contribute corrections officers to peace operations.

- Perform other tasks, as required.


Competencies:
Professionalism: Ability to plan, support and provide advice on corrections/prisons reform activities. Knowledge of applicable international standards in the corrections/prisons
area. Excellent conceptual, analytical and evaluative skills. Ability to conduct independent research and analysis, identify issues, develop lessons learned, identify best practices, formulate options and make recommendations. Excellent communication skills (written and verbal) including the ability to prepare succinct reports and guidelines and to articulate ideas in a clear and concise manner.  Takes responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work.

Planning & Organizing: Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies; identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate amount of
time and resources for completing work; foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently.

Communication: Speaks and writes clearly and effectively; listens to others, correctly interprets messages from others and responds appropriately; asks questions to clarify, and exhibits interest in
having two-way communication; tailors language, tone, style and format to match audience; demonstrates openness in sharing information and keeping people informed.

Teamwork: Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals; Solicits input by genuinely valuing others' ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; Places team agenda before personal agenda; Supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position; Shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joining responsibility for team shortcomings.

Qualification:
Education: Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in law or social sciences with specialization in justice administration or related field. A first-level university degree in
combination with two additional years of qualifying experience in corrections/prisons systems may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree. Graduation from a certified prison academy or other similar law enforcement training institution is highly desirable.

Experience: A minimum of seven years of progressive professional experience in a corrections/prisons system management or related areas in the administration of justice, including
operational policy development and training as a senior policy and planning officer in a national corrections/prison is required. This must include at least one year professional experience providing technical assistance to strengthening corrections systems in a transitional, development of post-conflict setting outside the applicant’s country of nationality. Candidates should be at the rank of Superintendent, service equivalent or senior manager. United Nations field experience, especially in a peacekeeping operation, is desirable. Qualifying years of experience are calculated
following the receipt of the first level university degree recognised by the United Nations.

Language: English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For the post advertised, fluency in oral and written English is required, while written and oral fluency in
French is highly desirable. Knowledge of any other official United Nations language is desirable.

Assesment Method:
Kindly note that you may, as part of the evaluation of your application for this position, be requested to undergo written knowledge-based assessment exercises, which may be followed by a
competency-based interview depending on the result of the test.

Special Notice:
Circulation of this Job Opening is limited to Member States. Only serving corrections officers who have received authorization by their National Authorities to apply for this Job Opening will be
considered. Appointments are limited to service on posts financed by the support account of peacekeeping operations reserved for active-duty officers who serve on secondment. In order to
promote gender balance female candidates are highly encouraged to apply.

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 The U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) is seeking experienced U.S. law enforcement professionals for consideration to be nominated to professional police positions in the United Nations Police Division.

Candidates are endorsed by INL through a formal diplomatic process and, if selected by the UN, are hired directly into the UN human resources system as UN employees on temporary appointments of one to two years.  If selected, officers may serve at headquarters in New York; the Standing Police Capacity facility in Brindisi, Italy; or in a current UN peacekeeping mission around the world.

INL is soliciting candidates for eight (8) positions.  Full position descriptions, with qualifications and requirements are posted at here.

If you are interested in being considered for a position please send an email to UNPOL-vacancies@state.gov with:

     1.    The title of the UN position (Ex. Police Officer P-3).  We will only consider applicants who meet the qualifications and requirements for the position they are applying. If you do not meet                  the minimum qualifications we cannot consider your application.  Due to UN requirements we cannot consider applicants over the age of 62 or who have been retired for more than five                  years.
     2.    An attached Resume/CV in Adobe PDF or Microsoft Word format.

We cannot respond to applicant queries and will contact only those applicants that meet the position qualifications and who have been considered among the pool of qualified candidates.”  

The deadline to respond is April  8, 2016.

 

 United Nations                                                     Nations Unies

 

Job Title:                                                                                  Senior Police Liaison Officer, P-5

Department/Office:                                                                    OROLSI/Police Division/Integrated Operational Team
Location:                                                                                  NEW YORK
Posting Period:                                                                         29/02/2016 - 31/05/2016
Job Opening number:                                                               DPKO/SEC1601/P-5/09
United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity

Organizational Setting and Reporting:
While this position is administratively located in the Police Division (PD) of the Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions (OROLSI), the incumbent reports to the Head of the Integrated
Operational Team in the Office of Operations (OO). Both OO and ORLSI are in the Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO).

Responsibilities:
Within delegated authority, the Police Liaison Officer will be responsible for the following duties:

- Provides support to police mandate implementation and law enforcement in peace operations.

- S/he provides advice on peacekeeping mission-specific andoperations support issues requiring policy decisions; assists in developing and reviewing Mission Plans and Concepts of Operations for
police components of peace operations; reviews the draft report of the Secretary-General to the Security Council and the General Assembly and other related issuances on the police components
of peace operations; and, advises, facilitates and coordinates police issues requiring the involvement of Police Contributing Countries (PCCs).

- The incumbent also liaises with other offices within the Secretariat, peacekeeping missions and Permanent Missions of the PCC’s within the guidelines of the PD; supports the IOT and the PD in
planning and integrating police elements into the development of Concepts of Operations and Operational Plans;

- Supports the PD in evaluating police plans and preparing expert police advice on mission operational matters; advises and facilitates the flow of critical information between DPKO and
missions to inform the planning, budget, and implementation processes.

- He/she represents the IOT and PD in selected working groups, task forces and outside meetings; facilitates collaboration between the PD and other field mission components at the operational
level; and, coordinates and integrates activities of police components in the field missions.

Competencies:
Professionalism: Demonstrated competence in police matters at the strategic and command levels; ability to identify issues, formulate opinions and provide recommendations through the use
of sound judgment and applying expertise to solve a wide range of problems related to law enforcement; ability to work under pressure; good negotiation skills; knowledge of theories,
concepts and approaches relevant to law enforcement, community safety and capacity-building; good research, analytical and problem-solving skills; Takes responsibility for incorporating gender
perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work.

Planning and Organizing: Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies; identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate
amount of time and resources for completing work; foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently.

Communication: Speaks and writes clearly and effectively; listens to others, correctly interprets messages from others and responds appropriately; asks questions to clarify, and exhibits interest in
having two-way communication; tailors language, tone, style and format to match audience; demonstrates openness in sharing information and keeping people informed.

Leadership: Serves as a role model that other people want to follow; Empowers others to translate vision into results; Is proactive in developing strategies to accomplish objectives; Establishes and
maintains relationships with a broad range of people to understand needs and gain support; Anticipates and resolves conflicts by pursuing mutually agreeable solutions; Drives for change and
improvement; does not accept the status quo; Shows the courage to take unpopular stands; takes responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women
and men in all areas of work.

Vision: Identifies strategic issues, opportunities and risks; clearly communicates links between the Organization’s strategy and the work unit’s goals; generates and communicates broad and
compelling organizational direction, inspiring others to pursue that same direction; conveys enthusiasm about future possibilities.

Qualification:
Education: Advanced university degree (Master's Degree or equivalent) in Criminal Justice, Law or Political Science or other related field. A first level university degree with a combination of
relevant academic qualifications and experience in police and peacekeeping may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree. Graduation from a police academy or similar law enforcement training institution is required.

Experience: Must be a senior professional police officer on active duty with the rank of Deputy Commissioner, Chief Superintendent or rank equivalent to full Colonel level. A minimum of 10
years of progressively responsible experience in police service, including experience at the command level, and experience in national law enforcement and police policy-making in the field
and headquarters, experience in strategic and operational police management. Police training experience is desirable. Experience in UN peacekeeping, UNHQ, or similar international
organization is desirable. Qualifying years of experience are calculated following the graduation from the national police academy or similar law enforcement institution.

Language: English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this post, fluency in English (both oral and written) is required. Knowledge of a second official UN
language, preferably French, is desirable.

Assesment Method:
Kindly note that you may, as part of the evaluation of your application for this position, be requested to undergo written knowledge-based assessment exercises, which may be followed by a competency-based interview depending on the result of the test.

Special Notice:
Circulation of this Job Opening is limited to Member States. Only serving police officers who have received authorization by their National Authorities to apply for this Job Opening will be
considered. Appointments are limited to service on posts reserved for active police officers who serve on secondment financed by the support account of peacekeeping operations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Chief of Police
Town of Windsor, CO



The Community: The Town of Windsor is a home-rule municipality with a Board/Manager form of government, incorporated in 1890.  It is located approximately 50 miles north of Denver, centered between Fort Collins, Loveland and Greeley.  It offers a small town atmosphere with the benefits of the nearby larger metropolitan area. The population is nearly 25,000 with an annual average growth of 3-4%.  There are about 800 businesses and a full time employment base of over 7,000 jobs.  In 2015, the Town was rated one of the safest communities in Colorado and previously rates as one of the 10 Best Towns for Families.  Windsor’s location offers easy access to skiing, hiking, cycling, art, museums, history, specialty breweries, outdoor concerts, festivals and more, all lending to the high quality of lifestyle our residents enjoy.  The Town government employs 113 benefited personnel and has a total 2016 budget of $57M.


The Candidate: Candidates for the position should possess demonstrated leadership skills, high integrity, proven success in problem-solving policing methods, data-driven deployment methodologies, and department-level financial management.  The City is interested in candidates who can establish local and regional partnerships, lead by example, possess the ability to work in partnership with the community, and build successful working relationships with Police Department members and City staff.  The Chief of Police is appointed by and reports directly to the Town Manager.  

The Chief must be accountable, responsive to issues, and able to provide a vision and direction for the Department.  The Department is authorized at 33 members and consists of police patrol, investigations, animal control, code enforcement, statistical reporting, police records and crime prevention.

Minimum Requirements and How to Apply: Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, Public Administration or related field required.  Master's degree is a plus.  Colorado POST certification and driver’s license, or the ability to obtain both, is required. Candidates must have a minimum of 10 years progressively responsible law enforcement experience, including 5 years of high level supervisory/leadership experience.

The position has a competitive salary and excellent benefit package.  The hiring range is $108,502 to $135,627.  Salary at appointment is dependent on qualifications (DOQ).  

Please visit http://www.windsorgov.com/jobs to complete the Town of Windsor application and submit your resume, cover letter and a list of 5 professional references by 5:00 pm (MDT), April 30, 2016.  The town is being assisted in this search by KRW Associates, LLC. http://www.krw-associates.com. Any questions regarding this process should be addressed to:  Lorne Kramer, MPA, (719) 310-8960, ChiefCOS@aol.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Director of the Police Training Institute, Fight Crime: Invest in Kids

Reporting to:            Fight Crime: Invest in Kids National Director

We are seeking a former police chief, sheriff or former command officer, with extensive experience training in-service officers and/or police academy recruits, to launch and lead the development of the Fight Crime: Invest in Kids (FCIK) Police Training Institute (PTI), which will serve as a new national law enforcement training entity, specializing in the development and facilitation of trainings for law enforcement on police interactions with youth, particularly youth of color. The Director of the PTI will be responsible for leadership of all training efforts conducted by the Fight Crime: Invest in Kids Police Training Institute, including planning, development, implementation, oversight and evaluation of police academy recruit training and in-service police officer training and all curriculum, materials and activities. The Director of the PTI will supervise, recruit, hire/contract with, orient, and evaluate FCIK Police Training Institute staff and outside instructors, and coordinate with other organizational staff. The Director of the PTI will report to the National Director of Fight Crime: Invest in Kids.

Over the past 20 years, Fight Crime: Invest in Kids has built strong relationships and credibility with police chiefs, sheriffs, and prosecutors – over 5,000 top law enforcement leaders across the country. During this time, we have become a trusted source for our law enforcement leaders on evidence-based practices with young people that help youth, families and their communities to succeed. Our members now seek FCIK leadership on training for law enforcement officers on effective police interactions with youth.

The Fight Crime: Invest in Kids Police Training Institute will provide training, delivered by current and former law enforcement officers, for police academy recruits and in-service officers that covers adolescent brain development, unconscious bias, cultural differences, and other relevant factors, as well as specific operationalized approaches that police can utilize to avoid escalation and facilitate de-escalation in police interactions with young people, especially youth of color. This training will also cover police diversion of youth to evidence-based, community programs as an alternative to initial and/or longer-term juvenile/criminal justice system involvement.

Status:            Full-time, regular, Exempt                           Hours per week:     40+

Roles and Responsibilities:

  •     Plans, develops, implements, and evaluates, academy recruit and in-service officer training programs;
  •     Designs, develops, and maintains guides, manuals, lesson plans, A/V materials and handouts for each training program;
  •     Supervises Police Training Institute staff and manages PTI consultants;
  •     Leads efforts to promote the Police Training Institute trainings among law enforcement leaders, and their associations, nationwide, and national and state training entities, including the International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training;
  •     Supervises and conducts outreach to police chiefs and command officers in potential training sites (to facilitate selection) and selected training sites (to facilitate customization to meet agency needs);
  •     Supervises Police Training Institute staff outreach to community organizations and individuals in potential and selected training sites and nationally;
  •     Plans and coordinates training schedules, and supervises staff coordination of logistics and administration duties;
  •     Leads coordination with outside evaluation entity for trainings;
  •     Revises training programs, per results of internal and external evaluations, utilizing continuous quality improvement approaches;
  •     Contacts outside training or subject matter experts/sources, solicits bids and quotations for review by FCIK National Director, and coordinates or arranges for contracted work;
  •     Prepares and assists other instructors with preparation for training sessions;
  •     Leads efforts to gain recognition of training by state POST entities;
  •     Works with the organization’s Communications and Digital Strategy teams to create PTI informational documents, to include web content, press releases, op-eds, LTEs & other outreach material as required;
  •     Monitors records of training activities, and prepares reports on training actions;
  •     Assists in the preparation of the Police Training Institute budget and in raising additional funds for the Police Training Institute; and
  •     Performs related work as required.


Skills, Competencies and Knowledge Required for the Position:

  •     At least 10 years experience in the law enforcement field with particular emphasis on education and training;
  •     Thorough knowledge of law enforcement accepted practices with experience as a police chief and/or command officer;
  •     Thorough knowledge of education/training principles, practices, and techniques;
  •     Ability to plan, organize, and manage multiple education/training projects with attention to detail, and ability to problem solve and prioritize;
  •     Skill in demonstrating or explaining law enforcement techniques;
  •     Skill in public speaking;
  •     Skill in organizing education/training materials for effective presentation;
  •     Ability to train, assist, motivate, supervise, and evaluate the work of others;
  •     Ability to work cooperatively and to maintain effective working relationships to accomplish job responsibilities;
  •     Ability to work independently;
  •     Ability to communicate in writing to prepare reports, articles, bulletins, and training materials;
  •     Ability to adjust work schedule based on need of delivery for training;
  •     Ability to operate a personal computer using program applications appropriate to assigned duties and responsibilities;
  •     Ability to operate audio visual equipment in a classroom setting;
  •     Ability to handle confidential employee and administrative information with tact and discretion;
  •     Ingenuity and inventiveness in the performance of assigned tasks; and
  •     Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree.


Education

High School Diploma: Required

College Degree: Required

Post-Graduate Degree: Preferred

Professional Designation: Not Required

Additional Training or Courses: Not Required

Travel: Yes

Average Frequency: Variable

Average Duration: 3 days per trip

Salary: Commensurate with experience, plus excellent benefits.

To Apply:  Please send completed questionnaire (below), resume and cover letter to:

Police Training Institute Director Search

Fight Crime: Invest in Kids

1212 New York Ave, NW Suite 300

Washington, DC 20005

Fax: 202-776-0110

Email: jobs@fightcrime.org

Fight Crime: Invest in Kids is an equal opportunity employer that understands the value of diversity and its impact on a high performance culture.

No phone inquiries, please

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POLICE TRAINING INSTITUTE DIRECTOR

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  3.     When are the best hours to reach you?
  4.     Why are you interested in this position?  (If you feel you have already said in a cover letter all that you want to say on this subject, you may skip this question.)
  5.     Please describe your related experience in each of the following that apply to you, and how you developed these skillsTraining: Successfully training police officers.
             *  Public Speaking and Giving Presentations.
             *  Enlisting the support of law enforcement leaders and training authorities.
             *  Persuasive Writing.
             *  Organizational skills and multi-tasking.
             *  Supervision:
                            -  Inspiring the people you supervise
                            -  Addressing concerns with people you supervise


    6.  Please describe an obstacle you encountered in developing or implementing a strategy to achieve a specific goal, and how you overcame it.
    7.  Please indicate:
         *  The salary you think you should be paid if you are hired for this position:
         *  The minimum salary you would consider:

    8.  How did you hear about this opening?  (Please be specific, e.g, who referred you or what publication or website listed the position)
     9.  Additional comments (if you choose):

 

To view job opportunities with the Council for a Strong America, our parent organization, http://www.councilforastrongamerica.org/category/job-opportunities/.

Fight Crime: Invest in Kids operates under the Council for a Strong America, the umbrella nonprofit for five membership organizations comprising the unique and powerful voices of law enforcement, business, military, faith and sports, working together to prepare young Americans for success.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

McCandless, PA (28,457) is a beautiful, historic, home rule community comprised of 16.4 square miles in the Pittsburgh-area.  The community seeks an experienced, progressive Police Chief to lead their Police Department consisting of 29 sworn officers, including the Chief, two lieutenants, four sergeants and 22 patrol officers.   With a $5 million budget, the department responds to approximately 12,000 calls for service annually. McCandless is known for its attractive neighborhoods, excellent school system, (currently ranked the seventh best school district in the country) as well as its growing residential and commercial areas. The current Chief is retiring after serving the community for 46 years, 18 as Chief. The position is appointed by the seven member Town Council and works closely with the Town Manager and other department heads in the delivery of police service. Qualified individuals will be expected to have a minimum of ten years’ experience with five of those years at the rank of lieutenant or above. The position further requires a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, law enforcement or related field with a master’s degree and/or other advanced law enforcement training valued. An additional five years of supervisory experience at the rank of lieutenant or above may be substituted for a bachelor’s degree.  Candidates should possess well developed leadership and management skills and excellent communication skills.  Experience in and knowledge of progressive police operations, community partnerships, budgeting, personnel management, labor relations, and crime intervention strategies required. Candidates must possess collaborative, team oriented problem solving skills with an empathetic, approachable style. Additional information regarding the position can be found at the consultant’s website: www.govhrusa.com. Starting salary $115,000+/- depending on qualifications and experience. Residency in the Town of McCandless is strongly desired.  Applicants should apply by June 1, 2016 with résumé, cover letter and contact information for five professional references to Heidi Voorhees at www.govhrusa.com/current-positions/recruitment. Telephone: 847-380-3243. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 


University of Cincinnati
Assistant Chief of Police


Looking for a great new opportunity to positively impact law enforcement? Ready for the challenge of instilling community confidence, creating a cultural shift and transforming the workings of a growing department? Join our Team and make your mark on the safety of our University community – impacting faculty, staff, students and surrounding neighborhoods.

The University of Cincinnati is seeking an Assistant Chief of Police to oversee crime prevention, intelligence led policing, community policing, community engagement and community partnership efforts, and implement best practices based upon research into applicable professional standards. Reporting to the Chief of Police, the Assistant Chief will assist in the planning and direction of daily police operations, including Patrol, Crime Prevention, Investigations, Property and Evidence, Emergency Communications, Special Operations, Training and Community Affairs. The Assistant Chief serves in an acting capacity for the Police Chief or Director of Public Safety, as needed.

Responsibilities include:

•    Ensuring compliance of department operations with all rules and regulations and serving as the University liaison with other law enforcement agencies and the criminal justice system.
•    Helping the Chief oversee a staff of 160 sworn and non-sworn personnel; providing direct supervision to staff (including hiring/firing, performance evaluations, disciplinary action, approve   time off, etc.).
•    Assisting with budget preparations and monitoring expenditures.
•    Directing internal communications and coordination within all levels of the department and providing regular briefs to the Chief on all law enforcement activity.
•    Assisting the Chief to ensure all employees receive appropriate training (covering community policing, customer service, implicit bias, fair and impartial policing, and diversity and inclusion).
•    Working collaboratively with the Office for Safety & Reform and their Community Advisory Council to implement recommendations from a comprehensive audit to address police reform.
•    Assisting in the operationalization of ‘best practices’ that may include updates to policies, procedures, practices, training, and hiring, recruitment, and retention.

We are looking for candidates with leadership, supervisory, and command experience in a variety of law enforcement functions, with a proven track record of developing and implementing organizational change. Demonstrated experience in working and leading diverse constituencies, and the ability to communicate effectively is essential. Other key attributes include problem solving skills, strong strategic planning skills, and a demonstrated commitment to evidence-based principles and best practices in campus law enforcement. Needs to demonstrate an understanding of student development and the needs of a complex, diverse urban campus community, and prior experience with emergency preparedness and managing large events.

Minimum Qualifications

•    Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, public policy, business administration, social work, sociology, psychology, or a related field (master’s degree is preferred),
•    Minimum of eight years of law enforcement experience, with at least four years of advanced supervisory experience,
•    Certification by the Ohio Peace Officers Training Council is required at the time of appointment.
•    A current valid Ohio Driver’s License within 30 days of hire.  

Preferred qualifications include three years of command level law enforcement experience, and/or advanced training in executive law enforcement leadership courses (e.g., FBI National Academy, the Southern Policing Institute, etc.).

As required by the University of Cincinnati and the State of Ohio, all new applicants must pass a psychological examination, medical examination, background investigation and a drug screen prior to employment.

The University of Cincinnati, founded in 1819, is an urban university located less than 10 minutes from downtown Cincinnati. Boasting two million residents and 120,000 businesses, Cincinnati is a progressive 15-county region located at the intersection of Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana and blends small town charm with big city amenities, producing one of the most vibrant and affordable places in the country to live. The University provides undergraduate, graduate, and professional education, experience-based learning, and research. Located in the heart of Cincinnati, the University boasts a student body of over 44,000 enrolled in over 370 programs of study, and is the region’s largest employer with over 15,000 faculty, staff, and student workers. We are committed to excellence and diversity and we provide an inclusive environment where innovation and freedom of intellectual inquiry flourish.

The University of Cincinnati is committed to achieving excellence through diversity among its administrators, students, faculty, and staff. To be considered for this position, please apply online and attach a current resume, cover letter, and personal statement summarizing your contributions to diversity, inclusion and leadership. Applications will not be considered complete unless these three items are included. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please apply online at http://bit.ly/23iwYyB.

For additional information about the UCPD please visit http://www.uc.edu/publicsafety.html and the Office of Safety & Reform at http://www.uc.edu/safety-reform.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


University of Cincinnati
Chief of Police




Looking for a great leadership opportunity to positively impact law enforcement? Ready for the challenge of instilling community confidence, creating a cultural shift and transforming the workings of a growing department? Join our Team and make your mark on the safety of our University community – impacting faculty, staff, students and surrounding neighborhoods.

The University of Cincinnati is seeking a Chief of Police to plan, organize, direct and administer the overall police initiatives of our campus community. Reporting to Director of Public Safety, the Chief of Police strives to ensure a secure environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors to the University of Cincinnati at all of our locations - Uptown (West) Campus, Medical (East) Campus, two satellite campuses (Blue Ash and Clermont), and additional University-owned property. This role oversees all police functions including uniformed patrol services, crime prevention, intelligence led policing and community relations programs, criminal investigations, communications, and record management. The Chief serves in an acting capacity for the Director of Public Safety, as needed.


Responsibilities include:


•    Supervising sworn / non-sworn police personnel; managing recruitment and training (including community policing, customer service, implicit bias, fair and impartial policing, and diversity and inclusion); developing and implementing effective safety policies / programs and crime prevention strategies (including a comprehensive community policing program); and ensuring timely and accurate reporting.
•    Representing the UCPD in the local community and serving a central role in establishing and maintaining strong collaborative relationships with UC constituents (public safety agencies, community residents, and media). Developing and overseeing a strategy to rebuild trust between the UCPD and the University and residential communities.
•    Overseeing a budget of 12 million and supervising a staff of 160, engaged in scheduling of employees, monitoring overtime, and overseeing relevant collective bargaining agreements to ensure efficiency and effectiveness of operations across all locations.
•    Leading UCPD reform efforts, working collaboratively with the Office for Safety & Reform and their Community Advisory Council to implement recommendations from a comprehensive audit to address police reform.
•    Designing and implementing ‘best practice’ organizational changes that may include updates to policies, procedures, practices, training, and hiring, recruitment, and retention.
•    Requirement to be on-call 24 hours a day/seven days a week and ability to respond to emergencies in potentially hazardous environments.
We are looking for candidates with leadership, supervisory, and command experience in a variety of law enforcement functions, with a proven track record of developing and implementing organizational change. Demonstrated experience in working and leading diverse constituencies, and the ability to communicate effectively is essential. Other key attributes include problem solving skills, strong strategic planning skills, and a demonstrated commitment to evidence-based principles and best practices in campus law enforcement. Needs to demonstrate an understanding of student development and the needs of a complex, diverse urban campus community, and prior experience with emergency preparedness and managing large events.

 

Minimum Qualifications


•    Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, public policy, business administration, social work, sociology, psychology, or a related field (master’s degree is preferred),
•    Minimum of ten years of law enforcement experience, with at least five years of advanced supervisory experience,
•    Certification by the Ohio Peace Officers Training Council required within one year of appointment.
•    A current valid Ohio Driver’s License within 30 days of hire.  


Preferred qualifications include five years of command level law enforcement experience, and/or advanced training in executive law enforcement leadership courses (e.g., FBI National Academy, the Southern Policing Institute, etc.).


As required by the University of Cincinnati and the State of Ohio, all new applicants must pass a psychological examination, medical examination, background investigation and a drug screen prior to employment.  

The University of Cincinnati, founded in 1819, is an urban university located less than 10 minutes from downtown Cincinnati. Boasting two million residents and 120,000 businesses, Cincinnati is a progressive 15-county region located at the intersection of Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana and blends small town charm with big city amenities, producing one of the most vibrant and affordable places in the country to live. The University provides undergraduate, graduate, and professional education, experience-based learning, and research. Located in the heart of Cincinnati, the University boasts a student body of over 44,000 enrolled in over 370 programs of study, and is the region’s largest employer with over 15,000 faculty, staff, and student workers. We are committed to excellence and diversity and we provide an inclusive environment where innovation and freedom of intellectual inquiry flourish.

The University of Cincinnati is committed to achieving excellence through diversity among its administrators, students, faculty, and staff. Along with a resume and cover letter, please attach a personal statement summarizing your contributions to diversity, inclusion and leadership.
Applications will be accepted online until the position is filled. Apply online at http://bit.ly/23ixtZD.
For additional information about the UCPD please visit http://www.uc.edu/publicsafety.html and the Office of Safety & Reform at http://www.uc.edu/safety-reform.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Chief of Police
City of Roanoke Police Department
Roanoke, VA


The City of Roanoke is accepting applications for the position of Police Chief.



About the Roanoke Police Department
The Roanoke Police Department employs 248 sworn officers and 45 civilian staff who serve and protect 99,428 citizens within a land area of just under 43 square miles. By incorporating an iSTAR Crime Analysis Unit and continuing to collaborate with the community, the department reached a 48 – year low in crime in Roanoke in 2015. The Department was the first municipal law enforcement agency in the Commonwealth of Virginia to attain accreditation in two CALEA programs: Law Enforcement (1994) and Training Academies (2011).

Ideal Candidate
A law enforcement leader who is community focused and dedicated to citizen engagement along with a strong commitment to building positive relationships between and among organizations, groups and individuals internal and external to the police agency. A law enforcement official that will move forward the progressive achievements of the Roanoke Police Department.

Position Details
Directs the full activities of the Police Department. Responsibilities entail accountability based on measurable cost effective results, efficiency, productivity and quality of activities performed within divisions. Develops budget and control expenses. Attends meetings and serves on committees, boards and agencies related to promoting crime prevention and improving law enforcement. B.A. from a four-year college or university with major course work in the field of law enforcement, public administration or related field; M.A. preferred but not required. Five to ten years related command experience and training in Police service; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Managerial experience is required. Completion of at least one of the following or equivalent training is required: FBI Academy, Southern Police Institute or Senior Management Institute through Police Executive Research Forum.

Application Instructions
Applications will be accepted online at www.roanokeva.gov/jobs under “City Employment.” A resume and cover letter will be required for the application. The application deadline is May 31, 2016.


EEO/AA/M/F/DISABILITY EMPLOYER
As a Drug/Alcohol Free Workplace The City of Roanoke Administers Pre-Employment Screening To All Employees



 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Position Advertisement: Police Chief, Kinston, NC

 

The City of Kinston, North Carolina, operating under a Council-Manager form of government, seeks a charismatic and innovative Police Chief with a professional history of building bridges among members of a highly diverse community with rapidly changing and multiple priorities. The successful candidate has a strong law enforcement background and a substantial track record of sustainable community oriented initiatives, developing staff for retention and succession planning and collaborating with other departments to leverage scarce resources. The position is open due to retirement of a long-time and well-respected Public Safety Director. The City has since restructured to establish separate police and fire departments.   Position description and responsibilities:  The Kinston Police Department provides enforcement, investigations, warrant service, gang prevention and education, all from a community policing orientation. It also offers Community Watch Program assistance, and runs the Kinston Explorer Post. The Police Chief is responsible for meeting the department mission, “To assist each customer to a positive outcome through empowered and responsible decision making.”    Reporting to the City Manager, the Police Chief will oversee an approximate annual budget of $10.7 M ($6.98 M). Notably, Kinston was an early adopter of in car and body-worn cameras in the Police Department and has launched innovative community engagement programs. Key priorities going forward are continued crime reduction, enhancing community relations, succession planning, increasing minority recruitment throughout the divisions, and effective resource management and allocation.  More information about the Department can be found here: http://www.kinstonpd.org/index.html Qualifications:  The City seeks a law enforcement executive with a minimum of 10 years progressive law enforcement experience and 5-7 years of cross-functional and progressively responsible experience including administrative and command work at rank of Captain or higher; a BA/BS degree in public administration, law enforcement administration or related field (Master’s degree preferred). Strong preference for executive law enforcement training (e.g. FBI National Academy, Administrative Officers Management Program, LEEP, etc.).   Individuals must have current certification as a municipal, county or state law enforcement  officer by  his/her  respective  state  or  with  no  more  than  one  year  break  in  full-­time  sworn service  at  time  of  appointment.    Please note that North Carolina has partial reciprocity for current (or with honorable discharge) military law enforcement certification.  North Carolina does NOT have reciprocity with Federal law enforcement certification.  Salary and Benefits: Hiring range is $76,603-107,503.  Base salary and compensation is negotiable within the range based on experience and qualifications. Residency within City limits is required within six months of employment.    To apply, please go to http://www.developmentalassociates.com, click on the “Client Openings/Process” link and then the “Visit Client Positions” link and then the Police Chief – Kinston link. All applications must be submitted online.   All inquiries should be emailed to Kinstonhiring@developmentalassociates.com. The application closing date is May 18, 2016 and an assessment center will be held June 27-28, 2016 in Kinston, NC for selected finalists.  The City of Kinston is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The recruitment and selection process is being managed by Developmental Associates, LLC.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

The City of Spokane, with a population of more than 210,000, is located in Eastern Washington in the heart of the Inland Northwest, and is the second largest city in the state. Ideally situated 30 miles west of Idaho, 110 miles south of the Canadian border, 300 miles east of Seattle, and encompassing 60 square miles, the community offers a tremendous quality of life. Spokane was recently named an All-America City for the third time.

 The Spokane Police Department (SPD) is a full service law enforcement department with an authorized commissioned staff of 307 and a total of staff of approximately 500. The 2016 authorized budget is $54.77 million with over $1 million in grants. SPD is a Civil Service administrated department and has contracts with the Spokane Police Guild and the Police Lieutenants and Captains Association. The Spokane Chief of Police is appointed by the Mayor, confirmed by the City Council, and reports directly to the City Administrator. Positions reporting to the Chief are the Assistant Chief, Director of Strategic Initiatives, Director of Business Services, Administrative Assistant, Public Information Officer, and Legal Advisor.

 Bachelor’s degree and completion of an advanced Law Enforcement Management/Administrative development program required. Master’s degree preferred. Must have a minimum of 10 years of increasingly responsible and varied administrative experience in a comparable federal, state, county, or municipal law enforcement agency, including at least five years of upper-level command experience. Proficiency in typical office/business software and computer systems required. Must be able to meet the requirements established by the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission (WSCJTC) for executive certification.

 The salary range for this position is $148,686 to $185,532, depending on experience and qualifications.

 View complete position profile and application instructions: http://bit.ly/SGRCurrentSearches.

 For more information on this position, contact:
Tommy Ingram, Senior Vice President
Strategic Government Resources
TommyIngram@GovernmentResource.com
817-475-2242

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

                  Idaho State Police       

                                                          Colonel Ralph W. Powell                                                                              C.L. "Butch" Otter

                                                                     Director                                                                                                    Governor

 

IDAHO STATE POLICE TROOPER


Open for Recruitment:
April 25, 2016 - June 1, 2016

Salary Range:
$19.48 to $34.79 per hour DOE -Plus Competitive Benefits!

Location(s): Statewide – ISP is recruiting for 25 openings statewide.

ISP Mission: Providing public safety across the state of Idaho through law enforcement excellence.

Do you have what it takes to be an Idaho State Trooper? Learn more at https://isp.idaho.gov/hr/DoYouHaveWhatItTakesToBeAnISPTrooper.html 


The Idaho State Police (ISP) has exciting career opportunities available for those interested in enforcing laws, serving people, and enhancing the quality of life in the State of Idaho.  ISP is currently looking to fill urban and rural Trooper positions throughout the state. Qualified men, women, and minorities are all encouraged to apply.

Pay enhancements available for: College degree, bilingual fluency, POST certification, assignments with Executive Protection, Motor Unit, and Rural Residency.

Learn more about the Career of a Lifetime and how the State of Idaho can be your forever home at Visit Idaho at https://visitidaho.org/.  

TROOPER RESPONSIBILITIES:

•    Provide assistance and service to the citizens of Idaho
•    Perform traffic control and enforcement
•    Conduct motor vehicle crash investigations
•    Prepare reports
•    Conduct criminal investigations
•    Process and investigate crime scenes
•    Effectively present testimony in a court of law
•    Operate firearms
•    Many other duties as assigned


Some specialty assignments include crash reconstruction, firearms instructor, drug recognition expert, field training officer, motorcycle patrol, capitol security, and commercial vehicle safety.

Please apply online by June 1, 2016 a twww.isp.idaho.gov or https://labor.idaho.gov/DHR/ATS/StateJobs/jobannouncement.aspx?announcement_no=08016065505

 

700 South Stratford Drive, Suite 120 • Meridian, Idaho 83642-6251

 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER