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Posted: August 8, 2016
End Date: Open until Filled, first review of applications will occur on September 12, 2016
The City of Milton is a distinctive community that embraces small-town life and heritage while preserving and enhancing the city’s rural character. Celebrating their 10-year anniversary later this year, the City of Milton is one of the northern metro Atlanta area’s newest cities. With a population of just over 36,000 the city covers 38 square miles.
The City is looking for an experienced law enforcement leader to oversee the operation of the department that has 39 sworn officers, one Code Enforcement Officer and an administrative staff of 3. The FY ’16 annual budget for the department is $4.2 million. The department is divided into three divisions: Patrol, Investigations and Support Services. This department is staffed with exceptional men and women who are led to provide the highest level of service possible to the community. This is accomplished through practicing the core values of the agency: People First, Service, Creativity, Initiative and Problem Solving.
The Department is State certified and CALEA accredited.
The Police Chief will be responsible for directing the department’s long-range planning, resource allocation, and the operational coordination of all law enforcement activity in the City. The selected candidate will be community minded and outcome oriented; have experience in intelligence driven policing and data driven strategies; manage through collaboration and teamwork, and empower the City’s officers to perform at an exceptional level.
The Police Chief will report to the City Manager.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Public Administration, Business Administration, or closely related field. A Master’s degree is preferred. Must have law enforcement certification from your current state. A minimum of seven years of progressive experience in law enforcement, including at least four years in a management capacity; or any equivalent combination of specialized training, education, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this position. Broad base of experience in patrol and investigations is desired. Must obtain within one year and maintain relevant GA P.O.S.T. certifications and required levels of proficiency in appropriate skills. Must possess a valid driver’s license and satisfactory motor vehicle record.
The City of Milton offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package to employees.
The position is considered open until filled, first review of resumes will be on September 12, 2016.
Please send your resume to:
Robert E. Slavin, President
SLAVIN MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS
3040 Holcomb Bridge Road, Suite B-1
Norcross, Georgia 30071
Phone: (770) 449-4656
Fax: (770) 416-0848
United Kingdom (UK)
Fixed Term up to 5 years
$163,613 plus relocation and benefits
The Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011 (as amended), allows Police and Crime Commissioners to appoint current and previously serving officers from approved police forces and ranks from designated countries (Australia, Canada, New Zealand and USA) to be appointed as Chief Constables in England and Wales.
The new Police and Crime Commissioner for Lincolnshire Police is offering a unique opportunity for eligible officers from the United States of America (USA) to apply to be the next Chief Constable of one of the top performing forces in the UK.
The Commissioner is looking for a Chief Constable who cares about the team they lead, communities they serve, is approachable, creative and has the ability to enthuse and empower others to work together to provide effective policing that offers value for money.
The successful candidate will be an effective and engaging communicator who is approachable, listens and is responsive to the diverse needs inside the organisation and the communities across the county. The new Chief will need to ensure that the people of Lincolnshire continue to benefit from reducing crime and have access to the police and services when they need them.
The drive and ability to play a leading role in one of the most successful regional force collaborations and add value to the ever changing national policing picture is vital to ensure that Lincolnshire remains one of the UK’s top performing forces.
Protecting and reassuring the public, reducing crime, supporting victims, community policing and protective services whilst increasing public confidence will be high on the list of priorities. Ensuring the welfare and resilience of officers and staff within Lincolnshire Police should also be at the forefront of the new Chief’s mind.
Lincolnshire Police has already done much to achieve savings and efficiencies, within and beyond the organisation but there is still much to do. If you want the exciting challenge of leading Lincolnshire Police through our next period of transformation, we look forward to hearing from you.
We can offer you the opportunity to live in one of the most beautiful locations in the UK. As well as the unique blend of policing challenges, Lincolnshire has a rich mix of breath-taking scenery, history and culture, providing a quality of life second to none.
Find out more, including whether you are eligible to apply along with full details about the job and download the application pack by visiting the Leading Lincolnshire Police website.
Closing date for Applications: 12 noon (GMT) on Monday 21 November 2016. The Commissioner is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications for this post from all eligible Chief Officer ranks.
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
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,
City of San Jose
Chief of Police – City of Irving, Texas
825 W Irving Blvd, Irving, TX 75060
Deadline for first review of applications: Thursday, December 22, 2016
Chief of Police – City of Irving, Texas
Irving, Texas, ideally situated between Dallas and Fort Worth, is home to more than 236,000 residents. Its thriving economy, combined with its proximity to the Dallas/Fort Worth International and Dallas Love Field airports, has made Irving a U.S. corporate powerhouse.
The City operates under a home rule charter with a council-manager form of government consisting of the Mayor and eight City Council members who serve three-year terms. The Mayor and two Council members are elected at-large, and the remaining Council members represent single-member districts. The Mayor and City Council appoint a professional City Manager to manage the day-to-day operations of the organization. The Chief of Police reports directly to the City Manager. The City of Irving has 2,323 employees and a FY2016-17 budget of $632.9 million.
The chosen candidate will hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and must have 10 or more years of experience in a department of comparable size and complexity, preferably in a culturally diverse, urban environment. Previous experience as a Chief of Police or Assistant Chief is required. A master’s degree is preferred.
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