Career Opportunities

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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.




 


 



 



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




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





 








 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

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

We closely read all cover letters, so there is no need to repeat here anything substantive you have said in your cover letter.

  1.     Your name:
  2.     Telephone (day):                                             (evening):
  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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 


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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

                  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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Police Chief is responsible for performing leadership, administrative, managerial and technical functions associated with directing the overall operations of the Police Department and enforcing all applicable ordinances, laws and regulations. In addition, this is a sworn position that may require the ability to perform basic patrol officer functions.


Essential Job Functions:

•Directs operations and administration of the Police Department to 
ensure protection of life and property.

•Directs the implementation of plans, policies, and activities;

•Directs the work of the Deputy Chief of Police, Office of 
Professional Standards Sergeant and other personnel assign to the 
Office of the Chief of Police.

•Delegates duties to administrative personnel;

•Establishes controls to ensure that the Departments activities are 
implemented according to plans and operating procedures;

•Develops and implements overall department policies and standards of 
operations, programs, procedures, and regulations.

•Consults with city government officials to determine and plan 
Department services;

•Develops and implements short and long-range goals for the Department;

•Establishes priorities for the improvement of law enforcement 
operations;

•Develops and manages the annual budget for the Department based on an 
analysis of projected needs and resources;

•Directs the Deputy Chief of Police regarding the maintenance and 
security of all records and materials associated with Department 
activities;

•Makes periodic public addresses to explain Department operations, 
policies, and objectives for Police services;

•Serves as communications liaison with other administrative personnel 
within the city government;

•Directs the management of grant funds;

•Exercises a purchasing authority as set forth in City Policy;

•Attends City Council and other meetings as necessary;

•Maintains relationships with professional associations and other 
agencies, boards, commissions, committees and organizations to 
further the law enforcement function;

•Participates in professional development activities and assures that 
other Department personnel do likewise;

•Supervises trains, directs, counsels, evaluates, and disciplines 
subordinates; while providing consultation, direction, and 
administrative advice.

•Performs other related duties as assigned.


Job Requirements

Requires a bachelors’ degree in criminal justice, public administration or closely related field, Master’s degree and advance training preferred, (i.e. FBI National Academy or Southern Police Institute), Must have a minimum ten (10) years of increasingly responsible law enforcement experience to include patrol, criminal investigations, supervision and top departmental management, Fifteen (15) years preferred, including at least 5 years of increasingly responsible management experience, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Must possess and maintain (or be qualified and willing to quickly obtain) valid GA P.O.S.T. police officer and chief certifications. Must also possess and maintain a valid GA driver's license. Must successfully complete next available police chief training as per GA Code Section 35-8-20.1. Beginning salary neg. DOQ.

To apply go to:

http://www.statesboroga.gov/careers/

 


 

 

 

 

CITY OF RED OAK

POLICE DEPARTMENT

 NOTICE OF EMPLOYMENT EXAMINATION

 Date of Exam:  June 25th, 2016

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.

 

Minimum requirements are as follows:

  • Must hold a Basic Peace Officer’s License issued by TCOLE or 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 (TCOLE)]. 
  • 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.")
  • NEVER convicted of, nor placed on deferred adjudication for:
    1. a felony or Class A misdemeanor
    2. 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
    3. four or more Class C misdemeanors in the last 10 years and none within the last 12 months

Applicants will be required to pass the following steps in the application process.  Each step must be passed to move to the next step.

  1. Written test
  2. Job-Task simulation assessment
  3. Oral review board
  4. Background investigation
  5. Psychological examination, polygraph test and medical exam (including drug screen)

Applications will be accepted until June 17th, 2016, 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).

The City of Red Oak is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

RED OAK POLICE DEPARTMENT

Police Officer Application Process

 

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.

 

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, June 17th, 2016, at 5:00 p.m.

Mailed Applications

Must be postmarked by Friday, June 17th, 2016, at 5:00 p.m.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Must be a U.S. citizen, at least 21 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. 

  1. High School Diploma or G.E.D. Certificate
  2. DD214 for U.S. military service
  3. Visual acuity in both eyes, correctable to at least 20/20 binocular vision
  4. Valid driver license with acceptable driving record
  5. Computer literate
  6. Must meet all physical requirements


Immediate Disqualifiers:

  • Any felony conviction
  • Any class B misdemeanor conviction(s) or greater within last ten (10) years
  • Suspended driver's license at time of application
  • Domestic violence conviction
  • Must not be prohibited by law from possessing firearms or ammunition
  • Drug History involving:
    • Use of Marijuana two (2) years or less from application date, or
    • Use of any other illegal substance ten (10) years or less from application date
    • Use of any hallucinogenic drug
    • Sale or distribution of any illegal substances, or
    • 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

 

 

ENTRANCE EXAMINATION

The entrance examination consists of a written examination from which an eligibility list will be established and remain in effect for a six-month period.  Candidates who pass the written exam will be subject to:

 

  • a job-task simulation assessment test
  • drivers record analysis
  • background investigation
  • oral review board
  • psychological evaluation
  • polygraph
  • medical exam including drug testing
  • any other relevant investigations deemed necessary

 

Please Note: Thorough background investigations into applicant’s personal and professional life are performed by this department to assure the highest qualified personnel.  These investigations vary in time to complete; however are generally completed in fifteen to thirty days.  Applicants that are not processed or selected are eligible to re-test at the next appointed testing date unless otherwise advised.

 Individuals with disabilities, who will need reasonable accommodation in order to complete a test, must contact the Red Oak Police Department at least two weeks prior to the scheduled test date.  Documentation supporting the need for accommodation will be required.

 WRITTEN EXAMINATION

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
11402 Hornsby
Austin, TX  78753

Email:  bannon.assoc@sbcglobal.net

PHONE:            512.873.7931 or 512.873.7974 (FAX)
214.228.5782 or 214.889.9933 (FAX)

http://www.bannonandassociates.com/testing.php#police

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:

Shields Elementary Cafeteria

200 Liveoak Street

Red Oak, TX  75154

 

Date:                            June 25th, 2016

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.

 

JOB-TASK SIMULATION ASSESSMENT TEST

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.

 

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

 

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 National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is pleased to announce a new Highway Safety Specialist position within the Enforcement and Justice Services Division, Office of Safety Programs. The office has national responsibility for developing and improving highway safety programs aimed at increasing traffic law enforcement initiatives and partnerships to reduce highway crashes, deaths and injuries and provide technical assistance in connection with the development analysis, implementation, monitoring, evaluation of coordinated traffic law enforcement program activities involving national, regional, State, and local communities. Interested persons can apply through the following links:

 This announcement has been posted.

 OPEN: May 16, 2016   /   CLOSE: May 26, 2016

 NHTSA.NPD-2016-0016

Highway Safety Specialist GS-2125-13 (Open to Status & VEOA Applicants) JR

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/438969800

 

 NHTSA.NPD-2016-0017

Highway Safety Specialist GS-2125-13 (Open to All U.S. Citizens) JR

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/438970200

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Borough of Carlisle
Police Chief
Advertisement

 

The Borough of Carlisle’s next Police Chief has an opportunity to lead an accredited department in a new era after the community’s passage of a Home Rule Charter that became effective January 1, 2016. The Chief will be hired by and report to the Borough Manager. The Chief serves as a member of the Borough’s management team along with five other department directors.

 The Police Department has a 2016 operating budget of $3,952,861. Its 37 FTEs are organized in three divisions: Administration, Criminal Investigations, and Patrol.

 Minimum requirements for this position are a bachelor’s degree, 10 years of law enforcement experience, and five years of supervisory/command staff experience. Preferred qualifications are a master’s degree, graduation from the FBI National Academy, PERF’s Senior Management Institute for Police (SMIP) or equivalent, and demonstrated experience with community policing and effective labor relations.

 The hiring salary range is expected to be $90,000 to $110,000, depending on qualifications, with an excellent benefit package.

 Applications will be accepted electronically by The Novak Consulting Group at thenovakconsultinggroup.com/jobs. Applicants complete a brief online form and then are asked to provide a single document (Word or PDF) that includes a cover letter, resume, salary history, and a list of 3-5 professional references. Open until filled with first review of applications July 8, 2016.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                    

 

 

The Charles County Sheriff’s Office

is now accepting applications for

Director, Corrections Division

Salary: $96,955 to $155,557

This critical position involves senior performance level management work.  The Corrections Director is charged with the responsibility of maintaining and operating the Charles County Detention Center (CCDC), Annex, and Court Holding.  This position requires the employee to use considerable judgment in interpreting the intent of the guidelines and generating specific guidance for use by subordinate managers in developing various components of the overall Corrections Division.  This employee serves as the chief administrator for the Corrections Division and exercises considerable independence in the performance of duties with only general guidelines. 

 Requirements:

  • Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice, corrections, a social or behavior science, business or public administration, or a closely related field. And/or equivalent combination of education, experience, and training which provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.
  • Corrections experience with five (5) years executive level management experience.
  • Extensive knowledge of Federal, State, and County laws as they apply to detention operations, pretrial services, pre-release, reentry services, and any other documented guidelines that impact correctional operations in Charles County.
  • Extensive knowledge and operational experience in the theory and principles of institutional correctional operations, security and control, behavioral patterns of offenders or individuals entering arrest an jail confinement, the social factors which resulted in institutionalization, cultural dynamics that characterize criminal development among offender groups, treatment of the offender, the full focus of community corrections and major and evolving non-institutional alternatives and human resource development principles to build and maintain a strong program.
  • Extensive knowledge of the development and operation of work release, education, reentry, mental health, substance abuse, co-occurring disorder programs, volunteer programs and such other correctional treatment initiatives.
  • Knowledge and skills in planning, developing, implementing and administering a broad range of corrections functions and programs carried out by employees with the skills to maintain accreditation by Maryland Commission on Correctional Standards under COMAR.
  • Skill in conducting a full range of activities to include contract administration, regularly meet and discuss labor managements and grievance responses.
  • Skill in negotiating agreements with numerous groups and organizations within the Corrections Division, county government and the surrounding communities.
  • Considerable knowledge of security approaches and techniques.
  • Ability to perform life saving measures.
  • Ability to operate in a confined environment and to function effectively in stressful situations.
  • Ability to maintain composure and work effectively in situations of on the job pressure.
  • Ability to recommend and present innovative solutions to problems.
  • Knowledge of supervisory and management techniques.
  • Ability to utilize a high level of discretion, good judgment, and confidentiality.
  • Possess a valid driver’s license.
  • Ability to pass a comprehensive background investigation.
  • Ability to pass random drug screening.

 

APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE :

     Online at: www.ccso.us

 

Please submit completed application along with a three (3) page resume to:

Human Resources, P.O. Box 189, La Plata, MD 20646

For more information call: (301) 609-6417

or by fax:  (301) 609-6420

 

Closing Date:  Friday July 1, 2016 by 4:00 p.m.

 

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

A career at UT Southwestern is your chance to be part of an amazing team at a nationally recognized and dynamic academic medical center where education, research and great medical care come together. We currently have an opening for a Police Chief.

Experience and Education:

  • Required: A bachelor's degree in an appropriate or related field; a minimum of fifteen years of progressively varied and responsible experience as a certified full-time police officer with a recognized law enforcement agency(ies), including at least five years of service in an administrative, supervisory, or management position at the rank of Police Lieutenant or above (or the equivalent);
  • A Texas Driver's License, a Texas Peace Officer License, and Master Certification from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE). If not possessed, the required license(s) and certification must be obtained no later than six months following the date of the appointment. The process for licensing as a Texas Peace Officer may require the successful completion of a licensing examination administered by TCOLE.
  • A demonstrated record of successful leadership and an understanding of the national law enforcement accreditation process and associated standards. The selected candidate shall also have a working knowledge of the Incident Command System and National Incident Management System.
  • Class C Driver's License. Applicant selected must provide a current three-year driving record from the current state of residence. If not currently a Texas resident, the applicant must obtain a Texas driver's license within 30 days after becoming a Texas resident.
  • Preferred: A working knowledge of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security and Campus Crime Statistics Act; a master's degree in an appropriate or related field; experience as a chief of police; executive training through the FBI National Academy or an equivalent venue; law enforcement leadership experience working in a higher education environment; experience in a leadership position in a major municipal police department.

To learn more and apply, please visit http://jobs.utsouthwestern.edu/police-chief

About UT Southwestern:

Founded in 1943, we employ world-class medical and scientific faculty, including 6 Nobel Laureates, 21 members of the National Academy of Sciences (NAS)—one of the highest honors attainable by an American scientist—and 19 members of the prestigious Institute of Medicine—a component of the NAS. Our faculty is responsible for groundbreaking medical advances and is committed to translating science-driven research quickly to new clinical treatments. UTSW offers extensive inpatient services at William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital and Zale Lipshy University Hospital, as well as at a network of affiliated hospitals in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Complementing our hospitals, UTSW outpatient clinics offer treatment for specific disorders while delivering access to the latest medical breakthroughs. Staffed with highly trained medical professionals, our outpatient clinics work in close collaboration with all UTSW disciplines.

 UT Southwestern is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

 Apply Here: http://jobs.utsouthwestern.edu/police-chief

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


City of Pleasanton, California

Police Captain

 The City of Pleasanton (population nearly 75,000) has the well-deserved reputation of being one of Northern California’s premier communities in which to live, work, and raise a family. The Police Chief is now seeking a Police Captain to serve as the newest member of the Police Department’s leadership team, upholding the Department’s commitment to responsive, respectful, and conscientious delivery of public safety while offering a small-town service approach. A strong candidate for this position will have experience with high-visibility incidents and labor negotiations; at minimum, candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree in a job-related area and one (1) year of experience as a Police Lieutenant at the time of appointment. Two or more years of experience at the level of Police Lieutenant or higher is desirable. Candidates must possess or be eligible to obtain a POST Management Certificate and a California Driver License. The salary for the Police Captain is currently under review, with an existing control point of $163,824 annually. If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please apply online at www.bobmurrayassoc.com. Please contact Joel Bryden at (916) 784-9080 should you have any questions. Brochure available. Closing date August 26, 2016.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


The City of Fort Smith, Arkansas, is seeking a new Police Chief. Fort Smith is located on the Arkansas River at the Arkansas-Oklahoma border, “where the New South meets the Old West.” Fort Smith is the second largest city in the state with a population of just over 87,000. The City employs over 900 staff members and has an FY2016 operating budget of $111 million.

 The Fort Smith Police Department is made up of 151 sworn officers and 55 non-sworn staff members. The department is organized into three divisions: the Administrative Services Division, the Patrol Division, and the Criminal Investigations Division. Each division is led by a Major who reports to the Police Chief. The Police Chief functions with wide latitude under the administrative direction of the City Administrator.

 The chosen candidate will hold a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice or related area with at least 15 years of experience in law enforcement and seven years of supervisory and command experience. The candidate should also have graduated from the FBI National Academy. The City of Fort Smith is looking for qualified candidates who have continued their educational training with an emphasis on leadership. The salary range for this position is $68,864 - $108,380.

 View complete position profile and apply online at: http://bit.ly/SGRCurrentSearches

 For more information contact:

Gary Holland, Senior Vice President

Strategic Government Resources

GaryHolland@GovernmentResource.com

 

 

 

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