Career Opportunities

If you wish to post a position on this bulletin, please email Balinda Cockrell. If you would like PERF to email a copy of the position announcement to our distribution list of 3000 police executives for $500, Balinda can also help you with that.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

              

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Houston Police Department
Chief Financial Officer (CFO - DEPUTY DIRECTOR (EXE LEV)
Executive Level
1200 Travis St.
Houston, TX 77002

General Summary
Manage and direct all budgetary and financial operations of the Houston Police Department. The CFO reports to Houston’s Chief of Police and works closely with the city’s Finance Department. Oversee the Office of Budget and Finance and its operations. Staff complement of 49.

Responsibilities
•    Manage and control HPD’s $800+ million budget, from general, special and grant funds – approximately 40% of the City of Houston’s total operating budget

•    Oversee all aspects of accounting, financial, procurement, contracting, fixed assets and grant operations

•    Direct the allocation of HPD’s financial resources to ensure successful police operations

•    Serve as HPD’s liaison with City Council

•    Resolve personnel compensation and position issues

•    Establish policies and procedures that affect ongoing operations

•    Coordinate with the City’s Administration on Council actions

•    Serve on city-wide policy development committees

•    Member of Senior Executive Staff, Executive Staff and Command Staff


To apply, email a professional cover letter and rescue to Julie.landry@houstontx.gov

For more detailed information on this position please go to http://bit.ly/HPDCFO to view the recruitment brochure.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Policing Project at New York University  School of Law Seeks Executive Director


The  Policing  Project  at  NYU  School  of  Law  is  seeking  to  hire  an  Executive  Director.  This  is  a notable opportunity to join an organization that is growing rapidly and working on some of the most pressing issues of the day.


The mission of the Policing Project is to bring the tools of democratic accountability to policing.  We write rules and best practices for policing agencies.   We partner with social scientists on cost-
benefit   analysis   of   policing   practices.     We   work   extensively   with   policing   agencies   and  communities  to  foster  engagement  over  issues  of  policy  and  practice. And  we  participate  in  litigation with  an aim of changing the way constitutional law governs policing, to provide more democratic  accountability.   There  is  a  great  deal  of  information  about  us  on  our  website: www.policingproject.org.

In  advancing  its  mission,  the  Policing  Project  works  closely  with  groups  across  the  ideological spectrum.   Its partners are policing agencies, other not -for-profits, community organizations, law firms, and governments. Our work takes us all over the country.

The  job  will  involve  project  management,  strategic  planning,  working  with  our  partners,  supervising  our  student  (and  possibly  other)  workers,  and  helping  move  our  many  endeavors  
forward.  This  position  requires  a  variety  of  skills,  of  which  the  following  are  essential:   writing  ability,  strong interpersonal skills (be it talking with a police chief, a line officer, a community organizer, an academic, or a mayor), skill with developing and adhering to budgets, good judgment, and the ability to keep many balls in the air without dropping them. Travel will be a part of the job.

The Policing Project is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate because of age, citizenship status, color, disability, marital or parental status, national origin, race, religion, sex,
or sexual orientation. It welcomes applicants from diverse backgrounds; Spanish language skills are  a  bonus.  Professional  experience  of  at  least  four  years  in  policing,  government,  law,   or  a  related field is required.


Salary commensurate with experience.


To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to barryfriedman@policingproject.org You may also direct any inquiries there.

 

 

 


 

 

BOSTON UNIVERSITY
Boston, Massachusetts
Executive Director of Public Safety/Chief of Police



Boston University is seeking a collaborative and engaged leader for the position of Executive Director of Public Safety/Chief of Police.

Boston University, a member of the Association of American Universities (AAU), is one of the leading private research and teaching institutions in the world, with two primary campuses in the heart of Boston. (The Charles River Campus is located in the Fenway-Kenmore Square neighborhood, and the Medical Campus is located in the South End neighborhood.) The University also has numerous programs around the globe.  Chartered in 1869, the University today enrolls more than 33,000 students, including 14,150 graduate and professional students, and it employs nearly 10,000 faculty and staff across 17 schools and colleges. The University comprises 133 acres with 322 buildings, 544 classrooms, 2,326 laboratories and houses 11,349 undergraduate students on the Charles River Campus. BU is the fourth largest private university in the United States and one of the Boston area’s largest employers.
The Executive Director of Public Safety is the Chief Administrative Officer for the Boston University Police Department as well as the public safety departments for the medical campus and the National Emerging Infectious Disease laboratory (NEIDL). The Executive Director of Public Safety is responsible for all matters of fiscal management, policy, operations and discipline. The Police Department has 54 sworn members, 16 professional staff, and a budget of $5.7 million. Public Safety Operations at the Medical Campus include 88 Public Safety Officers and a budget of over $10 million. 14 armed officers are assigned to the NEIDL, and that operation has a budget of over $2 million.
The Executive Director of Public Safety, who directly reports to the Vice President for Administrative Services, must have:
•    Superior interpersonal and communication skills, in order to build on good working relationships with police and public safety organizations within and outside the University community.
•    Experience and a passion for fostering and expanding critical interdepartmental relationships.
•    A service-oriented approach to the safety of the university community.
•    A track record of strategically managing complex operations.
•    Extensive urban policing experience and demonstrated competencies in best practices, effective leadership, and community policing.
•    A demonstrated capacity to serve as the public “face” of the department on campus and in the larger community, and to engage effectively with the community as well as with members of the department.
•    Extensive experience in budget management and labor relations.
•    A proven commitment to staff development, department-wide training, and diversity.


Experience with the unique policing needs of a campus environment is valuable but not required.


This position requires a University degree in a related field and a minimum of 8 years of progressively responsible law enforcement experience, including five years of supervisory or management experience. A graduate-level degree would be an asset, as would additional specialized leadership programs such as the Senior Management Institute for Police (SMIP), FBI National Academy, or the Southern Police Institute.


Boston University provides a highly competitive salary plus an excellent benefits package, including life and health insurance, retirement, and tuition benefits.
The Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) is assisting the university in the selection process.

Interested and qualified candidates should apply by Friday, November 4 with a cover letter, resume, and five references in confidence to:

BUpolicechief@policeforum.org

Boston University is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

CITY OF RED OAK
POLICE DEPARTMENT

NOTICE OF EMPLOYMENT EXAMINATION

Date of Exam: February 25th, 2017

The Red Oak Police Department is seeking applicants for:

POLICE OFFICER

Starting pay for a Police Officer is $43,000.00 annually (upon completion of the Police Academy.) Lateral entry program up to $46,235.00 DOQ.


Applications will be accepted until February 17th, 2017, at 5:00 pm. All forms are on our web site: http://www.redoaktx.org. Please mail or drop off applications to: The City of Red Oak Municipal Center, Attn: HR Dept., 200 Lakeview Parkway, Red Oak, TX, 75154. Please DO NOT fax or submit applications online. All applicants that submit a completed application package will be notified of the test date(s).

Salary: Beginning Police Officer $43,000.00 annually, DOE, plus benefits.
Salary: Lateral Police Officer $46,245.00 DOQ, plus benefits.
(Dependent upon qualification review by the Chief of Police)
Closing Date Friday, February 17th, 2017, at 5:00 p.m.
Mailed Applications Must be postmarked by February 17th, 2017, at 5:00 p.m.


DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Officers will be required to fulfill all duties of a Police Officer including making arrests, running, climbing, sitting and standing for long hours and writing legible and articulate reports. Applicants will also be required to have excellent communication skills and the ability to interact with the public in a positive manner.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Must be a U.S. citizen, at least 20 years of age
2. Must hold a Basic Peace Officer’s License issued by Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE)
OR must meet all legal requirements necessary to become eligible for future licensing by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE). [Preference will be given to applicants that are currently certified through the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement.
3. High School Diploma or G.E.D. Certificate
4. DD214 for U.S. military service
5. Visual acuity in both eyes, correctable to at least 20/20 binocular vision
6. Valid driver license with acceptable driving record
7. Computer literate
8. Must meet all physical requirements

IMMEDIATE DISQUALIFIERS:
1. NEVER convicted of, nor placed on deferred adjudication for:
a. any Felony or Class A misdemeanor
b. a Class B misdemeanor within the last 10 years, and no admission of the commission of a Class B misdemeanor within the last 5 years
2. four or more Class C misdemeanors in the last 10 years and none within the last 12 months
3. NO more than three (3) convictions of hazardous traffic violations in the last twenty-four (24) months. (Does not include "Deferred Adjudication" or "Driver’s Safety Course.")
4. Suspended driver's license at time of application
5. Domestic violence conviction
6. Must not be prohibited by law from possessing firearms or ammunition
7. Drug History involving:
a. Use of Marijuana two (2) years or less from application date, or
b. Use of any other illegal substance ten (10) years or less from application date
c. Use of any hallucinogenic drug
d. Sale or distribution of any illegal substances, or
e. Extensive use of any drug that amounts to more than minimal experimentation

Possible Disqualifiers:
The following is a list of behaviors/histories that may also disqualify an applicant, but the final
decision will be made by the Chief or his designee:

• Poor credit history
• Lesser degree misdemeanor conviction
• Poor driving record
• Arrest history
• Previous warrants
• Any behavior which demonstrates a lack of high moral character

Police Officer Application Process

1. WRITTEN EXAMINATION WILL BE CONDUCTED ON 2/25/2017
The Law Enforcement Validated Entry Level (L.E.V.E.L.) Test was developed in Texas for use in selecting candidates for Texas Peace Officer positions, and has been validated using a content validation strategy under the guidelines set forth by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the America Psychological Association. The test is designed to measure candidates job-related skills based on a state-wide analysis of data from Texas Peace Officers in large, medium and small enforcement agencies representing Municipal, County, University, College and Airport Police.

Police Applicant Preparation Guides may be obtained from Bannon and Associates for a nominal fee of $10.50 each for electronic (email version) or mailed to a specified location of your choice for $13.00.


Bannon & Associates http://www.bannonandassociates.com/testing.php#police
11402 Hornsby
Austin, TX 78753 OR Email: bannon.assoc@sbcglobal.net
PHONE: 512.873.7931 or 512.873.7974 (FAX)
214.228.5782 or 214.889.9933 (FAX)


PLEASE NOTE: Prep guides ordered by email may take up to 24 hours (or 48 hours if ordered on weekends or holidays) to arrive in your inbox. Don’t wait until the last minute to order your guide!

Written Exam Location:
Red Oak Junior High School
154 Louise Ritter Boulevard
Red Oak, TX 75154

Date: February 25th, 2017
Registration Time: 0800-0825 hours (must present identification matching applicant submittal)
Testing Time: 0830 hours sharp start time - doors will be locked
Testing Dress Attire: Business casual dress and athletic attire for job-task simulation assessment test after a passing score on the written examination. Candidates who do not pass the written examination will not proceed to the job-task simulation assessment test.

2. JOB-TASK SIMULATION ASSESSMENT TEST WILL BE CONDUCTED ON 2/25/2017
The Red Oak Police Department recognizes the importance of physical fitness and its relationship to job performance. The Job-Task Simulation Assessment Test is given to all candidates who pass the written entrance exam, to ensure that each candidate can perform the rigorous duties and obligations that police officers are called upon to perform. The series of tests in the Job-Task Simulation Assessment are the same for men and women and cannot be modified or changed. Applicants will be required to wear a twelve pound (12 lb.) weighted vest when performing the job-task simulation assessment to simulate the weight of a police officer’s equipment.

Note: There is no re-test day for assessment; one re-start is permitted; participants must complete each of the tasks to receive an overall score.

Pursuit and Subdue


• Open the car door and exit the vehicle on a whistle
• Run 95 yards
• Weave through 8 traffic cones placed 20 feet apart
• Run 105 yards
• Climbs or vaults a 5 foot solid face wooden wall
• Run 105 yards
• Jump a 4 foot horizontal ditch
• Run 55 yards and crawl under two (2), 2 foot high traffic barricades placed 3 feet apart, then run 55 yards
• Roll 160 pound dummy into a prone position and crosses hands behind their back to simulate hand cuffing which is the finish position
• Grab a 165 pound dummy
• Drag dummy 35 feet to the finish position

3. ISSUANCE OF PERSONAL HISTORY STATEMENT TO BE COMPLETED BY DEADLINE

4. PERSONAL HISTORY STATEMENT REVIEW

5. ORAL REVIEW BOARD: SCHEDULED AFTER PHS REVIEW

6. BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION: CONDUCTED AFTER REVIEW BOARD

7. PSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION: SCHEDULED AFTER COMPLETED BACKGROUND

8. POLYGRAPH EXAMINATION: SCHEDULED AFTER COMPLETED BACKGROUND

9. DRUG TESTING: SCHEDULED AFTER COMPLETED BACKGROUND

10. MEDICAL EXAMINATION: SCHEDULED AFTER COMPLETED BACKGROUND

11. ANY OTHER FOLLOW UP INVESTIGATIONS DEEMED NECESSARY

 

The City of Red Oak is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 requires the City of Red Oak to hire only U.S. citizens and lawfully authorized alien workers. Employability verification will be required of prospective employees.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


The City of Fort Smith

Fort Smith Police Department

 

Job Description

 

JOB TITLE: Patrol Officer

 

Exempt:  No

Division: 4704 - Patrol

Date Prepared:  December 24th, 2003

Supervisor:  Patrol Shift Supervisor

Date of Last Review: April 5, 2016

 

 

SUMMARY

 

The Patrol Officer, under the supervision of the Patrol Division Shift Supervisor, performs such tasks required for the enforcement of federal and state laws and city ordinances to provide for the general protection, safety, and well being of all residents, businesses, and visitors to the City of Fort Smith, Arkansas.  This includes the protection of life, the prevention of crime, the apprehension of criminals, and a proactive approach in the prevention, detection, and investigation of criminal activity.

 ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Note: All City of Fort Smith positions require the employee to provide good customer service to both internal and external customers, maintain positive and effective working relationships with other City employees, and have regular and reliable attendance that is non-disruptive. Must show cooperation and respect to fellow employees and supervisors at all times.

 

  1. Enforce traffic laws, direct traffic, investigate traffic accidents, assist stranded motorists, and render aid to injured motorists.
  2. Patrol assigned areas to detect possible criminal activity or other conditions that may endanger public safety.
  3. Respond to calls regarding domestic violence and make arrests as necessary and appropriate.
  4. Prepare and submit detailed written reports pertaining to crimes that have been reported or investigated during the tour of duty.
  5. Respond to active burglar alarms, hold up alarms and other situations regarding possible crimes in progress.
  6. Respond to calls for service.
  7. Investigate criminal activity.
  8. Serve arrest and bench warrants as necessary.
  9. Make arrests and transport prisoners to the detention center.
  10. Testify in court regarding traffic citations and criminal arrests.
  11. Investigate reports of suspicious vehicles and/or suspicious persons.
  12. Provide authorized information to attorneys, news media, and other interested parties.
  13. Render assistance to citizens.
  14. Perform other related duties as directed.
  15. Regular attendance and timeliness is required.

 

 

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

High School diploma or GED is required.  Certification as a law enforcement officer by the Arkansas Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and Training is required. 

 

OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES

 The Patrol Officer is a certified, sworn law enforcement officer and must be able to perform all of the duties and functions as defined in the job description for a law enforcement officer for the City of Fort Smith.  He/She must have excellent communication skills in both oral and written forms.  The incumbent must possess critical thinking skills and have the ability to analyze situations and adopt a quick, effective, and reasonable course of action during stressful, emotional, and/or physically taxing situations. Organizational skills and close attention to details are required to successfully perform this job.  The Patrol Officer must have thorough operational knowledge of the use of a personal computer system, as well as various software packages.  A Patrol Officer must have a good understanding of the constitutional rights of all citizens and the limitations those rights place on police activities.  This position requires a thorough understanding of federal, state and local laws, and the ability to enforce those laws without violating citizens’ constitutional rights.  A Patrol Officer must keep himself abreast of ever-changing legislation and Supreme Court rulings and how those changes impact his job.  The incumbent must be able to apply the law to everyday scenarios and police-citizen encounters.  The incumbent must have a thorough knowledge of state laws and local ordinances as well as a complete working knowledge of the rules and regulations and policies and procedures of the

 Fort Smith Police Department. The Patrol Officer needs to be familiar with the operations of the Fort Smith Municipal Court and the Sebastian County Detention Center.

 Additionally, a Patrol Officer must be proficient in the use of firearms, as well as less-lethal and non-lethal weapons.  He must be able to safely operate a motor vehicle in a variety of adverse conditions and maintain qualification with all weapons.  He must be certified to use a Radar/Lidar and certified to operate a Breath test machine.

 The incumbent must possess a valid driver’s license.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

 

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an officer to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions provided that those accommodations comply with the City of Fort Smith's Alternate Duty Policy.

 While performing the duties of this job, the employee must frequently stand, walk, talk, and hear.  The officer may occasionally be required to run or to exert sufficient physical energy to affect an arrest of an individual who is physically resisting that arrest.

 WORK ENVIRONMENT

 The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those the patrol officer encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions provided that accommodations comply with the City of Fort Smith's Alternate Duty Policy.

 The noise level in the work environment while within the police department is usually moderate.  Outside the police department, the noise level can be loud.  

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Position title:  Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, Fixed-Term, One-Year Appointment

Salary:   Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Date of appointment: August 15, 2017

Description:  The Department of Criminal Justice Studies seeks to fill a one-year, fixed-term position beginning Fall 2017 at the Assistant Professor level. Our department comprises 7 colleagues dedicated to a student-centered, thesis-based, undergraduate program with two MS programs (http://www.stcloudstate.edu/criminaljustice/).

Responsibilities:  Teaching load is 12 credits per semester; a mix of online, hybrid and classroom. This position centers on teaching in our Public Safety Executive Leadership (PSEL) MS program (http://www.stcloudstate.edu/graduate/psel/default.aspx) plus needed undergraduate courses. Additional responsibilities: scholarly achievement, contributions to student growth and development, and service to the department, university and community.

Qualifications and experience:  

Required:

 • An earned doctorate (EdD, PhD, JD, etc.) in a relevant public safety discipline from a regionally accredited institution or equivalent international institution. ABD applicants will be considered if doctoral degree is conferred by starting date.

• Evidence of ability to teach and work with culturally diverse populations.

• Candidates in possession of a terminal degree in the field of instruction must meet SCSU’s Standard Academic Preparation + Two Graduate Faculty Status Policy (http://www.stcloudstate.edu/graduatestudies/faculty/facModel.asp) that complies with Higher Learning Commission guidelines by providing two examples of scholarship (publications, presentations, and/or professional activity).


Preferred:

• Three (3) years of senior level, public safety management experience.

• Knowledge and ability to teach Minnesota Peace Officer Standards and Training (MnPOST) courses (http://www.stcloudstate.edu/criminaljustice/programs/post-skills.aspx).

• Per MnPOST Board qualifications, ability to assume the duties within our department as the Professional Peace Officer Education (PPOE) Coordinator (https://dps.mn.gov/entity/post/Pages/default.aspx)

• Experience teaching criminal justice courses to traditional undergraduate and graduate students.

• Experience using electronic, Internet and distance learning technologies (e.g., Desire2Learn, Blackboard).

• Demonstrated success in teaching in-service criminal justice professionals.

Application Procedures: To apply for this position, please continue the process via this website or directly at: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/stcloudstate/default.cfm

Application Review begins immediately; position is open until filled. Only complete applications will be considered. A complete application will include the following:


• Cover Letter
• Resume/Curriculum Vitae
• Contact information for three (3) current, professional references
• Copies of Transcript(s) (undergraduate/graduate/PhD); if advanced to finalist, official transcripts will be required.


Contact Information:
D. Lee Gilbertson, Search Committee Chair
Professor, Criminal Justice
Phone: 320-308-5771
E-mail: dlgilbertson@stcloudstate.edu


St. Cloud State University is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, creed, religion, age, national origin, disability, marital status, status with regards to public assistance, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or status as a U.S. veteran. The Title IX coordinator at SCSU is Dr. Ellyn Bartges. For additional information, contact the Office of Institutional Equity & Access, (320) 308-5123, Admin. Services Bldg. Rm 102.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Position title:  Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, Probationary/Tenure-Track

Salary:  Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Date of appointment:  August 15, 2017

Description:  The Department of Criminal Justice Studies seeks to fill a full-time, probationary/tenure-track position beginning Fall 2017 at the Assistant Professor level. Our department comprises 7 colleagues dedicated to a student-centered, thesis-based, undergraduate program with two MS programs (http://www.stcloudstate.edu/criminaljustice/).

Responsibilities: 
Teaching load is 12 credits per semester; a mix of online, hybrid and classroom. This position centers on teaching law-based undergraduate and graduate-level courses (criminal law, criminal procedure) and other course responsibilities.

In order to be considered for tenure, the successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to: 1) teach and/or perform assignment effectively; 2) conduct scholarly achievement or research; 3) continue preparation and study in discipline; 4) contribute to student growth and development; and 5) provide service to the university and community (IFO Article 22, Section B).

*Employment for this position is covered by the collective bargaining agreement for the Inter Faculty Organization which can be found at: http://www.hr.mnscu.edu/contract_plans/documents/IFO_09_11_Contract.pdf


Qualifications and experience:

Required:
• An earned Juris Doctorate from a regionally accredited institution or equivalent international institution; applicants with a PhD or EdD only will not be considered.
• Evidence of ability to teach and work with culturally diverse populations.
• Candidates in possession of a terminal degree in the field of instruction must meet SCSU’s Standard Academic Preparation + Two Graduate Faculty Status Policy (http://www.stcloudstate.edu/graduatestudies/faculty/facModel.asp) that complies with Higher Learning Commission guidelines by providing two examples of scholarship (publications, presentations, and/or professional activity).

Preferred:
• Three (3) years of practitioner experience.
• Experience teaching criminal justice courses to traditional undergraduate and graduate students.
• Experience using electronic, Internet and distance learning technologies (e.g., Desire2Learn, Blackboard).
• Demonstrated success in teaching in-service criminal justice professionals.

Application Procedures:
To apply for this position, please continue the process via this website or directly at: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/stcloudstate/default.cfm 

Application Review begins immediately; position is open until filled. Only complete applications will be considered. A complete application will include the following:

• Cover Letter.
• Resume/Curriculum Vitae.
• Teaching Philosophy.
• Teaching Evaluations.
• Contact information for three (3) current, professional references.
• Copies of Transcript(s) (undergraduate/graduate/PhD); if advanced to finalist, official transcripts will be required.

Contact Information:
D. Lee Gilbertson, Search Committee Chair
Professor, Criminal Justice
Phone: 320-308-5771
E-mail: dlgilbertson@stcloudstate.edu

St. Cloud State University is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, creed, religion, age, national origin, disability, marital status, status with regards to public assistance, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or status as a U.S. veteran. The Title IX coordinator at SCSU is Dr. Ellyn Bartges. For additional information, contact the Office of Institutional Equity & Access, (320) 308-5123, Admin. Services Bldg. Rm 102.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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