Associate VP for Public Safety / Chief of Police

California State University Monterey Bay, CA

The Monterey Peninsula Region is located along the Central Coast of California, less than a two-hour drive south of San Francisco, Silicon Valley, and Santa Cruz. The region is home to a numberof neighboring small cities and towns with distinctive characteristics, cultures, and histories,  including Monterey, Seaside, Carmel, Salinas, Marina, Pacific Grove and others. The weather is mild and temperate on the coast, with more sunny and dry areas inland. California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB) is a mid-sized university that grants undergraduate and graduate degrees.

With a vibrant, diverse student body of over 7,000 students, CSUMB is both a Minority Serving Institution and a Hispanic Serving Institution. Staff and faculty transform students’ lives with a focus on student success and engagement through experiential learning, service learning, and a strong emphasis on multicultural and global perspectives.

The University Police Department is committed to preserving a safe environment for everyone, including students, faculty, staff members, residents, and visitors. The Associate VP for Public Safety/Chief of Police is responsible for and has commensurate authority to command, direct, and organize the Department, which includes establishing objectives for the Department, developing policies and procedures on the campus, preparing the budget, and selecting, appointing, training, disciplining, and promoting officers and employees. CSUMB is seeking a confident, diplomatic, and proven leader capable of inspiring, mentoring, and building relationships to serve as the next Chief of Police. The Chief is the public face of the Department and must be comfortable communicating effectively with a diverse student body, faculty, staff, campus, and local community. The ideal candidate is collaborative and forward-facing with a desire to work cohesively toward UPD and University goals.

The annual salary range for the Associate VP for Public Safety/Chief of Police is $177,312 – $211,680; placement is dependent on experience and qualifications. CSUMB also offers an attractive benefits package. If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please visit our website at www.bobmurrayassoc.com to apply online. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call Mr. Jon Lewis at (916) 784-9080.

Filing Deadline: July 14, 2024

Public Safety Officer

Oakland Community College

Location: Various Campuses within Oakland County, MI 48309 United States

Summary of Purpose: Responsible for the service, safety and security of all College properties, faculty, staff, student body, guests and visitors during the assigned tour of duty.  This position is expected to work in a multi-cultural diverse working environment.

Typical Duties: This description is intended to indicate the types of duties and responsibilities requested of the employee assigned this title. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all the duties and responsibilities that may be required:

  1. Prevention and suppression of crime.
  2. Protection of life and property.
  3. Development, implementation, and supervision of assigned areas of public safety specialties.
  4. Preservation of the peace.
  5. Enforcement of state statutes, approved ordinances, and College regulatory matters.
  6. Apprehension and protection of offenders.
  7. Perform other related duties as assigned.
  8. Ability to work additional hours, as needed.

Job Requirements:

  1. Must be certified or certifiable through MCOLES.
  2. Be a citizen of the United States.
  3. Be a resident of the State of Michigan for one year.
  4. Be a high school graduate, or equivalent, associate degree preferred.
  5. Have passed their 18th birthday.
  6. Have weight proportional to height.
  7. Have at least 20/100 vision in each eye corrected to 20/20 vision, and have normal color vision and depth perception in both eyes.
  8. Have normal hearing in each ear.
  9. Have not been convicted of:
    1. A violation of criminal law.
    2. Driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
    3. Three moving violations in the 24 months previous to application.
    4. Two or more times of reckless driving or once of reckless driving accompanied by aggravating circumstances.
  10. In addition, all applicants must successfully complete all parts of the following qualifying examinations (not scored, except for “pass” or “fail”):
    1. A physical strength and agility test.
    2. A medical examination.
    3. A field investigation covering an evaluation of employment, school, home, medical, credit, criminal, driving or other personal records.
  11. Possess a valid Michigan operator’s license.
  12. Ability to work as a team player in a multi-cultural diverse working environment.
  13. Experience with multi-cultural students and staff preferred.

The Public Safety Officer is commissioned as a Law Enforcement Officer and will have jurisdiction only on properties of Oakland Community College

Apply Here: https://www.click2apply.net/BzKE2yUALWZ7rSMqpH1akX

PI242197035

Police Officer

City of West Des Moines

$33.08/Hour (rate effective July 1, 2024)**

Are you interested in a career opportunity to perform diverse tasks focused on working with the community to solve problems? The West Des Moines Police Department is seeking community- and service-oriented certified officers and non-certified applicants for full-time Police Officer positions. Must be 21 and have a high school diploma or GED. Successful candidates will have the ability to relate to and work with people of diverse backgrounds, critical thinking and problem-solving abilities, and strong writing and speaking skills.

**Certified Law Enforcement Officers with post academy service may qualify for the following:

2 – 4 years of post-academy service – $35.01/hour ($72,821)
4 – 5 years of post-academy service – $36.97/hour ($76,898)
5+ years of post-academy service – $38.91/hour ($80,933)

See the City’s website at www.wdm.iowa.gov for the full job description and to apply.

Public computers are available at the library and in the HR office at City Hall. Post-offer, pre-employment physical, drug test, and psychological evaluation required.

If interested, please submit an online application with the required attachments. To be considered, required materials must be submitted by 11:59 PM on Tuesday, July 16, 2024.

The City of West Des Moines is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Police Chief

City of Woodland, CA

Woodland is a welcoming community with a unique mix of amenities and cultures. In 2021, Woodland was named as one of the Top 100 Places to Live in America by Livability.com and the second-best place to live in the State of California! Woodland stands out due to its strong sense of community and diverse economy rooted in its rich agricultural heritage and distinctive architecture highlighted by its National Historic Main Street. The City has a population of nearly 62,000 and is the seat of Yolo County. Since 1871, the Woodland Police Department has aimed to improve the quality of life for all residents of Woodland by administering programs which prevent, investigate, solve, and ultimately decrease crime.

Under the direction of the City Manager, the Police Chief serves as the principal administrative officer for the Police Department and a key member of the City’s Executive Team. The Police Chief plans, directs, reviews, and manages Department activities and operations, which encompass a wide range of law enforcement-related functions. This is a unique opportunity for a visionary leader to shape the Department. The Police Department is currently experiencing a period of new promotions and appointments, both largely due to retirements. The City of Woodland is seeking a dynamic and inspiring Police Chief who wants to shape and lead the Department into the future! With a team-oriented mindset and a commitment to effective and transparent communication, the ideal candidate has a proven track record of leading with integrity and character, approaching each day with a can-do attitude, and a focus on continuous
improvement.

The annual salary range for the Police Chief is $201,088.08 to $264,589.56. Placement within this range is dependent on experience and qualifications. The City also offers a competitive benefits package.

If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please visit our website at www.bobmurrayassoc.com to apply online. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call Joel Bryden at (916) 784-9080. Filing Deadline: July 19, 2024

Police Chief

City of the Colony, Texas

The Colony, Texas, beautifully situated on the eastern shores of Lake Lewisville in southern Denton County, is a short 30-minute drive north of downtown Dallas on the Dallas North Tollway. Bordered by the Sam Rayburn Tollway to the south, The Colony has convenient access to the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex and its amenities, attractions, and cultural activities. While a family-oriented community, The Colony has seen recent commercial and tourism growth with the addition of Grandscape, a one-of-a-kind, 433-acre outdoor entertainment, dining, and shopping destination featuring a variety of first-to-market restaurants and retailers that can only be found in The Colony. While Phase I is open, this multi-phase development continues to grow and when complete, will feature a convention center hotel and spa, outdoor
amphitheater, and much more.

With an annual budget of just over $12.8 million, The Colony Police Department and its 102 employees serve and protect the community’s residents, workers, and visitors. Under the supervision of the Deputy City Manager, the Police Chief provides executive-level leadership, direction, and planning for the operations and services of The Colony Police Department. This position administers, plans, and oversees the daily operations of all Police Department programs, services, and facilities. They lead staff in setting and achieving Department and City goals. The Police Chief executes personnel-related managerial and supervisory functions, including hiring, training, delegating work assignments, evaluating, counseling, and disciplining. They develop policies and procedures; implement law enforcement protection programs for the City; provide critical incident planning and management; and deliver excellent customer service.

The City of The Colony is searching for an innovative, experienced, and community-oriented leader to serve as its next Police Chief. The ideal candidate is someone on the cutting edge of policing strategies. They will have high-growth experience and be able to build out the Police Department, maintaining the level of excellence the Department has worked hard to attain.

This position requires a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, police science, or a closely related field, plus at least 10 years of progressively responsible municipal law enforcement experience, including three (3) years at the Assistant Police Chief-level or equivalent. Graduation from a police academy is required, with advanced police supervisory training, such as the FBI National Academy, Southern Police Institute, or Texas Leadership Command College, preferred. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. A master’s degree in a management- or law enforcement-related field and prior experience as a Police Chief is preferred.

Candidates must have the following certifications:

• A valid State of Texas driver’s license.
• Certification as a Texas Peace Officer as provided by Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE).
• Master Level Certification as provided by TCOLE or another state’s equivalent.
• Must continue to meet all TCOLE requirements after employment.

Please apply online: http://www.governmentresource.com/recruitment-employer-resources/open-recruitments/the-colony-tx-police-chief

For more information on this position, contact:
Lissa Barker, Senior Vice President
[email protected]
817-266-0647

https://apptrkr.com/5218955

Police Sergeant

Glendale Community College

Salary: $7,660.42 – $8,445.63 Monthly
Job Number: 00913-2024
Location: Glendale, CA
Department: College Police
Closing: Continuous

Description:

Under general direction, leads, coordinates, and performs work of sworn and non-sworn police department staff including field, dispatching, and administrative operations in support of law enforcement, traffic control and crime prevention; as a sworn peace officer authorized to carry firearms, protects life and District facilities and property through the enforcement of laws, board policies and administrative regulations; coordinates, plans, and schedules law enforcement activities and assignments, including communications and station operations; coordinates and conducts training programs for police officers; and performs other related duties as assigned.

Supervision

Works under the direct supervision of the Chief of College Police. May provide work direction to employees as needed.
Work Schedule40 hours/week, 12 months/year
*Position may require non-standard hours (nights and weekends). Must be willing to work a flexible schedule to include nights, weekends, holidays and special events.

Examples of Duties

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The following duties and responsibilities are typical of those performed by employees in this classification.

  • Leads, coordinates, and performs work of sworn and non-sworn police department staff including field, dispatching, and administrative operations in support of law
    enforcement, traffic control and crime prevention.
  • As a sworn peace officer authorized to carry firearms, protects life and District facilities and property through the enforcement of laws, board policies and administrative regulations.
  • Coordinates, and schedules law enforcement activities and assignments, including communications and station operations.
  • Coordinates and conducts training programs for police officers; evaluates and monitors the effectiveness of various training program methods and procedures.
  • Maintains equipment inventories.
  • Reviews existing state and federal statutes or regulations related to public safety and assists with modification of practices, protocols and/or procedures.
  • Assists with the administration of the lost and found services.
  • Assists with the administration of parking and traffic control programs and transportation coordination.
  • Assists with the collection and disposal of hazardous materials.
  • Assists local police department(s), and district attorney offices, and other law enforcement agencies to support the prosecution of cases as appropriate.
  • Safely operates an automobile, SUV, or truck to perform patrols, conduct observations, and respond to emergency situations and calls for service.
  • Safely operates police weapons, including but not limited to firearms, tasers, and batons.
  • May assist with roll call briefings for officers and dispatchers.
  • May assist with or conduct the background investigation for new employees and police cadets.
  • May provide work direction to lower-level employees, temporary employees, and/or Police Cadets.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

The education, training and experience qualifications are considered likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities to perform the above essential duties.

Education and Experience:
High school diploma or equivalent
Three (3) years of sworn law enforcement experience with a California Commission on
Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST)certified Police Department.

Licenses/Certificates/Other Requirements
• Possession of valid Basic, Intermediate and Advanced certificates issued by the California Commission on POST.
• Possession of a valid Supervisory certificate issued by the California Commission on POST is required within twelve (12) months of appointment.
• Possession of valid Standard First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certificates is required.
• Possession of a valid California driver’s license is required.

Knowledge of:
• Current police practices, protocols, procedures and codes,
• Principles and practices of law enforcement
• Rules of evidence.
• Criminal law, investigation techniques and prevention methods.
• Use and care of firearms.
• Law enforcement training procedures and methods.
• Techniques for effectively interacting with a wide variety of people in hostile and emergency situations.
• Safety practices and precautions pertaining to law enforcement work.
• Emergency disaster and first aid procedures.
• Parking enforcement and traffic control.
• Laws, regulations, standards, and/or requirements applicable to the areas of assignment.
• Standard office practices or procedures.
• Standard office software and modern office equipment.
• Standard formats for business correspondence and other communications.
• Correct use of the English language, including spelling, punctuation, and grammar.

Ability to:
• Assist in the development, planning, implementation, and evaluation of the police training program.
• Gather, assemble, analyze, and evaluate facts and evidence.
• Provide a secure working environment for employees and students.
• Analyze situations quickly and accurately and take an effective course of action.
• Operate various police equipment including radio communication equipment, firearms and other technical law enforcement equipment.
• Demonstrate safe and effective law enforcement practices.
• Interpret and apply Board policies, administrative regulations and department procedures regarding safety and conduct.
• Apply law enforcement procedures pertaining to arrest, search and seizure, and rules of evidence.
• Use independent judgment and determine appropriate courses of action in accordance with District and law enforcement policies, procedures, and regulations.
• Remain calm and maintain order in an emergency or threatening situations.
• Apply legal use of force if necessary.
• Interrogate suspects and interview complainants and witnesses.
• Safely operate an automobile, SUV, or truck.
• Safely operate police weapons including, but not limited to, firearms, tasers, and batons.
• Research, apply, and explain the laws, regulations, policies and/or procedures applicable to the areas of assignment.
• Interpret, understand, and follow oral and written instructions.
• Present clear and concise oral and written reports.
• Operate a variety of office equipment including computers and printers/copiers.
• Utilize standard office software (e.g., email, word processing, and spreadsheet software).
• Maintain confidentiality of sensitive and/or protected information.
• Prepare reports, correspondence, and other documents using multiple business formats.
• Prioritize work and complete assignments accurately and within established deadlines.
• Provide and obtain detailed information to/from others.
• Provide customer service with a high level of sensitivity, tact, and patience.
• Exercise reasonable judgment in performing job duties.
• Work and perform duties independently.
• Perform and prioritize multiple tasks.
• Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
• Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with all
employees and others encountered in the course of work.
• Demonstrate a sensitivity to, and understanding of, the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic
backgrounds of community college students.

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL STANDARDS:
The following physical and mental standards are identified as necessary to perform the essential duties and responsibilities. However, reasonable accommodation may be
made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the position.

• Mobility: frequent walking, sitting, and standing for long periods; frequent kneeling, crouching, pushing, pulling, and reaching above and below desk level.
• Dexterity: frequent fine manipulation sufficient to operate a computer keyboard; frequent grasping to handle individual papers, write and take notes, and feel individual
objects.
• Lifting/Carrying: frequent lifting/carrying of papers, files, equipment, and materials weighing up to 10 pounds; occasional lifting up to 25 pounds.
• Visual Requirements: frequent use of vision sufficient to read files, documents, and computer screens and do close-up work.
• Hearing/Talking: frequent hearing and speaking in person and on the telephone.
• Emotional/Psychological Factors: frequent contact with others including extensive public contact; frequent deadlines and time-limited assignments.
• Other Requirements: Must meet background and character qualifications for this position pursuant to the provisions of California State Government Code Section
1031(d), and in accordance with standards established by the State of California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST); must satisfactorily pass
physical and psychological examinations pursuant to the provisions of California State Government Code Section 1031(f), and in accordance with standards established by
California

POST ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS:
• Work is sometimes performed in an indoor office setting but may frequently be performed outdoors in varied types of weather conditions.
• Work schedule may include rotating shifts.

Additional Information
Salary

The Police Sergeant classification salary range is currently R-48. Starting salary: Step 1 $7,660.42 to Step 3 $8,445.63 per month, based on training and experience.
Salary range: Step 1 $7,660.42 to Step 10 $12,110.16 per month (including longevity
steps)

Application Process

This position requires the following documents to be attached to your online application in order to be considered:
• Current resume
• California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Advanced certificate
• Valid State of California Class C driver’s license
• Standard First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certificates. Please note: All required documentation must be attached to the online application by
the applicant. Additional documents not requested in the announcement will not be reviewed. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. First review: May 20, 2024. Applications with incomplete information (i.e. statements such as “see resume”) or missing documents will not be reviewed.

Position Funding
This position is offered contingent upon funding. GCCD reserves the right to extend,
withdraw, and/or reopen this position at any time. Additional openings, for the same
position, which become available prior to the end of the hiring process may be filled by
qualified applicants that applied to this job announcement.

Visas
GCCD does not sponsor visas. Commitment to Diversity and Equal Employment Opportunity Employer GCCD is committed to employing administrators, faculty, and staff members who are dedicated to student success. GCCD recognizes that diversity in the academic environment fosters cultural awareness, promotes mutual understanding and respect, and provides suitable role models for all students.

GCCD is committed to hiring processes that support equal opportunity, diversity, and provide equitable consideration for all candidates as required in federal and state law. To find out more about GCCD, please visit our website at glendale.edu

Accommodations
If accommodations are needed for the application process in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, please inform Human Resources. Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities with Glendale Community College.
To apply, please visit https://apptrkr.com/5218955

Security Advisor – Executive

San Ramon, CA / Houston, TX

Chevron is accepting online applications for the position Security Advisor – Executive Protection through April 26th at 11:59 p.m.
There are 2 openings for this role – 1 in San Ramon, CA and the other in Houston, TX

The Security Advisor – Executive Protection supports the Global Security Executive Protection Program and travels with the CEO/Chairman and other executives. The Security Advisor develops and supports security plans and logistics for designated special projects and other high-profile events. As part of fit-for-duty requirements, selected candidates must be fully vaccinated with a COVID-19 vaccine before starting work.

Responsibilities for this position may include but are not limited to:
 Conduct security advances and provide protective services in support of the Executive Protection Program to ensure the effective execution of residential, work,
and travel security programs.
 Provide travel safety and security briefings to flight crews traveling abroad, conduct airport, hotel, and venue security assessments at new destinations.
 Coordinate special projects designated by the Manager – Executive Protection, such as Annual Stockholder Meetings, International Board Meetings, Industry
conferences, and other high-profile events.
 Conduct threat and vulnerability assessments on domestic travel itineraries for senior executives. Provide risk assessments, develop contingency plans and make
recommendations to mitigate identified risks.
 Develop and maintain working relationships with stakeholders, including company personnel and contractors, Business Unit management, administrative staff, senior industry peers, government agencies, security vendors, and federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies.
 Provide travel safety and security advice and counsel to U.S.-based employees traveling abroad.
 Collaborates with executive drivers to ensure coordination and facilitation of executive travel to and from local events. Conduct transportation security advances
and executive driving services when directed.
 Provide oversight and coordination of third-party service providers to mitigate security risks and vulnerabilities of office spaces, executive residences, vehicles, and
as appropriate for certain events and venues.
 Travel internationally to provide Executive Protection or support other Global Security requirements as required.

Required Qualifications
 Bachelor’s degree.
 Minimum 10 years professional experience (law enforcement, military, private sector) with proven experience in executive/dignitary protection, including risk
analysis and advance planning.
 A valid driver’s license and ability to operate motor vehicles.
 Certification in AED/First Aid/CPR, or ability to obtain certification.
 International security-related professional experience.
 Candidates must be able to communicate effectively and concisely both verbally and in writing. Must be comfortable interacting with senior level executives, board
members and government representatives.
 Excellent planning and analytical skills.
 Ability to work within a team as well as individually, and ability to work long hours including weekends.
 Candidates must be self-directed, demonstrate initiative, be able to adapt to changing priorities, meet deadlines, and work with minimal guidance.
 Candidates must hold a valid passport and be able to travel domestically and internationally, while meeting the company’s travel requirements (approximately 40-
50%).
 Candidates must be eligible to apply for, and successfully complete a federal background check and training to become an Armed Security Officer through the
Transportation Security Administration. Complete details can be found at the following link: Armed Security Officers Program.

Preferred Qualifications
 Master’s Degree
 Foreign language skills
 Valid EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) Basic certification

Relocation Options:
Relocation may be considered.

International Considerations:
Expatriate assignments will not be considered.
Chevron regrets that it is unable to sponsor employment Visas or consider individuals on time-
limited Visa status for this position.

Regulatory Disclosure for US Positions:
Chevron is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious creed, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin or ancestry, age, mental or physical disability, medical condition, reproductive health decision-making, military or veteran status, political preference, marital status, citizenship, genetic information or other characteristics protected by applicable law.
We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities. If you need assistance or an accommodation, please email us
at [email protected].

Chevron participates in E-Verify in certain locations as required by law.
Houston, Texas and San Ramon, CA

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To apply, visit the Chevron website:

Houston Opening: https://careers.chevron.com/job/houston/security-advisor-executive-protection/38138/63966051520
San Ramon Opening: https://careers.chevron.com/job/san-ramon/security-advisor-executive-protection/38138/63966048416

POLICE CHIEF

Citi of Benicia, CA

Benicia, a San Francisco Bay waterfront city of 28,000, is known for its small-town charm and quality of life and is home to numerous award-winning restaurants, schools, and parks. The City of Benicia is nestled on the east bay shoreline in southeast Solano County. The City encompasses 13 square miles and is located 35 miles northeast of San Francisco, and 57 southwest of Sacramento. Benicia is a community with a high level of pride and concern for preserving their quality of life. Citizens enjoy low crime, good schools, affordable housing, culture, and a wide range of recreational opportunities. The City of Benicia seeks a forward-thinking individual with strong leadership and management skills to assume the role of the Police Chief. A skilled communicator who will maintain open lines of dialogue with all stakeholders will be valued. An individual who will be committed to community-oriented policing is sought. The Chief will lead by example promoting diversity, equity and inclusion practices that will benefit the Police Department and the community.

The Police Chief must be a leader with business acumen and a desire for the advancement of the Department and the City as a whole. A strong collaborator who is open, honest, and receptive to feedback will be valued. Candidates must possess a minimum of three years command level managerial experience in a local governmental law enforcement agency and at least ten years in law enforcement work. A Baccalaureate degree in an appropriately related field is required. A Graduate degree and graduation from FBI-NA or Command College is highly desirable. All candidates must possess or be eligible for POST Advanced and Management certifications.

The attainment of POST Executive Development certificate within two years of appointment is required. The annual salary range for the Police Chief is $207,009.00 – $251,620.80; placement within this range is dependent on qualifications and experience. If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please visit our website at
www.bobmurrayassoc.com to apply online.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call Mr. Jon Lewis at (916) 784-9080.

Filing Deadline: May 5, 2024

POLICE OFFICER

(Recruit/Entry-Level/Lateral)

Salary Range $7,066.50 – $9,493.51 Monthly
Interested in an opportunity to serve in an impactful and meaningful way? Apply today and become a Police Officer (Entry-Level/Lateral) with the City of Healdsburg or apply to be sponsored to attend the SRJC Police Academy as a Police Officer Recruit!

Serving as an Officer with the City of Healdsburg goes beyond the standard line of duty. This is an opportunity to become involved in a culturally diverse community, work with a small team that has each other’s back, and exercise the ability to maintain a solid work-life balance.

The salary for the Police Officer position is $7,438.42 – $9,493.51 monthly, and the salary for the Police
Officer Recruit position is $7,066.50 monthly with a COLA expected for July 1, 2024.

The deadline to apply is April 7, 2024 at 11:59pm.
City of Healdsburg Police Officer Benefits:
 City paid Medical, Dental, Vision and EAP (Kaiser Permanente benchmark)
 13 Paid Holidays
 5% Shift Differential Pay
 Bilingual Pay Incentive
 Educational Pay Incentive
 2-8% Longevity Pay for 5 or more years
 City paid Life Insurance and Long-Term Disability
 Uniform Allowance
 Optional Deferred Compensation Plan

Position Description:
To perform general law enforcement and crime prevention duties; enforce laws and practice community policing; respond to calls for the protection of life and property; and to provide technical support to an assigned supervisor. This is the journey level in the single level Police Officer class. Incumbents initially perform the more routine duties assigned to positions in this class and work under close supervision. However, as experience is gained, incumbents are expected to perform the full range of duties as assigned with increasing independence.

Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
 Patrol an assigned area by car, bicycle, or on foot to observe, investigate, and report suspicious and hazardous conditions; apprehend and arrest law violators.
 Respond to routine and emergency calls for protection of persons and property, enforce applicable laws; ensure protection of life and property and crowd control.
 Investigate crimes, accidents, deaths, vehicle accidents, missing persons cases, traffic and parking enforcement, and disturbances; conduct suspect pursuit and apprehension; gather evidence, interview, question, and collect statements from complainants, suspects, and witnesses; complete case reports.
 Take charge of juveniles and work on cases involving unfit homes and crimes committed against or by juveniles; and work with community organizations and governmental agencies on delinquency control programs.
 Direct traffic, including regulation of vehicle flow at times of emergency or congestion; stop drivers who are operating vehicles in violation of laws; issue citations.
 Respond to calls for help from other agencies; assist with school and community outreach activities.
 Appear in court to present evidence and testimony in connection with criminal prosecution.
 Search, guard, transport, and assist in the booking and custodial care of prisoners; serve writs, warrants, subpoenas, and other legal documents.
 May be assigned to assist in conducting special studies of crime prevention, traffic control, or assist with other Police Department projects as assigned.
 Build and maintain positive working relationships with co-workers, other City employees and the public using principles of good customer service.
 Foster an environment that embraces diversity, integrity, trust, and respect.
 Be an integral team player, which involves flexibility, cooperation, and communication.
 Perform related duties as assigned.

Police Officer Qualifications:
Knowledge of:
 Principles and practices and techniques of equipment used in law enforcement, patrol, crime scene, investigations, pursuit and apprehension of suspects, and arrest and taking custody of prisoners.
 Principles and practices of community policing and the Department’s police manual.
 Regulations and rulings governing suspect and prisoner rights, search and seizure, and rules of evidence and other pertinent laws, ordinances and rules related to area of assignment.
 Principles and practices of safety management including the safe use and proper care of firearms and First Aid methods and procedures.

Ability to:
 Perform the wide range of duties of a sworn police officer.
 On a continuous basis, know and understand all aspects of a sworn Police Officer’s job; intermittently analyze work papers, reports and special projects; remember accounts given by witnesses; identify crime suspects; interpret and apply the law to field situations; observe while conducting surveillance; problem solve crime situations; and explain law to public.
 On an intermittent basis, sit at desk or in patrol vehicle; walk and stand during patrol activities; bend, squat and kneel during inspection of crime scene or conducting building searches; climb stairs and/or ladders while in the field; twist while making arrests; perform simple and power grasping, pushing, pulling, and fine manipulation; continuously wearing utility belt and other police equipment of 30 pounds; and intermittently carry weight of 100 pounds or less.
 Meet P. O. S. T. requirements.
 Assess emergency circumstances, function effectively and develop, implement and direct
appropriate response strategies.
 Observe and accurately recall places, names, descriptive characteristics and facts of incidents and make rapid sound independent judgments within legal and procedural guidelines.
 Maintain accurate records and prepare clear and concise reports and other written materials
 Use sound judgment in recognizing scope of authority.
 Operate and use modern office equipment including computers and applicable software.
 Maintain regular attendance and adhere to prescribed work schedule to conduct job responsibilities.
 Utilize appropriate safety procedures and practices for assigned duties.
 Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
 Work with various cultural and ethnic groups in a tactful and effective manner.
 Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.

Experience and Training – Any combination of experience and training that would provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying.   A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be:

Experience: Two years of responsible work experience.

Training:
 Police Officer Recruit: High school diploma or General Education Development Certificate (GED). Associate’s degree is desired.
 Police Officer:  Equivalent to an Associate’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in criminal justice, criminology, social science, public or business administration or a related field.

License and Certificate –  Failure to obtain or maintain such required license(s) may be cause for disciplinary action.
 Possession of a valid California Class C Driver License may be required at the time of appointment. Individuals who do not meet this requirement due to a physical disability will be considered for accommodation on a case-by-case basis.
 Possession of P. O. S. T. Basic Certificate (for Police Officer position).
 Must be age 21 by appointment.
 Current certification in CPR and First Aid is desirable. Bilingual in Spanish and English is desired. Candidates will be required to successfully complete the following: Chief’s interview and evaluation; pass a thorough background investigation, psychological and polygraph testing and pass a full, complete physical examination prior to actual hire.

Learn more and apply online today! Visit: Healdsburg.gov/jobs

Deputy Police Chief

 

TO APPLY: www.bart.gov/about/jobs Search Job ID: 202300138

Open/Close:
February 16, 2024 until filled.

Salary: $175,298.00/annually – $265,577.00/annually (Non-Represented Pay Band 13)
Plus 10% Police Management Incentive

Note: Initial salary is negotiable between $220,438.00 – $240,000.00, commensurate with
experience and education.

Reports To Chief of Police
About the Department

BART Police Department is a progressive agency and has been on the forefront – and in some cases the model approach to training in the areas of fair and impartial policing, bias-based policing, crisis intervention, cultural competence training, and de-escalation training. The mission of the BART Police Department is to ensure a safe environment within our transit system, reduce crime through a highly visible police presence, and proactive enforcement of the law, and to promote public confidence by working in partnership with our stakeholders and the communities we serve.

Current Assignment
The District is currently seeking a Deputy Police Chief who will be responsible for managing and administering the activities of a bureau within the Police Department as well as assist the Chief of Police with overall operation of the Department. The BART Police Department, with over 200 sworn personnel and over 200 professional
staff members is a significant law enforcement presence in the Bay Area; the Deputy Chief role will provide abundant opportunity to develop skills in a broad range of police management activities in a dense and diverse urban environment. The job demands a creative individual who has the ability to inspire change, and the courage to support officers in performing the challenging job of policing, while demanding accountability at all levels. The BART Board and Executive Management Team are fully committed to supporting and improving the Police Department, and the Chief is equally committed to fostering effective mentoring and developmental opportunities at all levels. The ideal candidate will demonstrate outstanding leadership capabilities, strong interpersonal skills and confidence to initiate and follow through on important initiatives in the Department. The Individual will also demonstrate experience and creativity around crime reduction strategies, community-oriented policing, problem solving and working in a culturally diverse urban environment.

Essential Job Functions
1. Develops and directs the implementation of bureau goals, objectives, policies, procedures and work standards.
2. Plans and leads departmental activities and operations; coordinates and ensures the effectiveness and efficiencies of programs and advises the Police Chief accordingly.
3. Assigns, supervises, and evaluates the work of assigned staff; provides coaching and training for their professional development; works with staff to correct
deficiencies; initiates and implements disciplinary procedures up to and including termination.
4. Determines staffing and equipment needs; participates in the selection of assigned staff, special assignments, and lateral and vertical promotions within the
department.
5. Determines and administers disciplinary measures, awards, and commendations.
6. Coordinates activities with other departments and outside agencies; confers with and provides assistance to District departments on police matters; performs special studies and develops recommendations.
7. Participates in robust community engagement.

Minimum Qualifications
Education:
Possession of a bachelor’s degree in criminology, administration of justice, public/business administration or a closely related field from an accredited college or university. A master’s degree is preferred.

Experience:
The equivalent to seven (7) years of verifiable law enforcement experience, which must have included at least two (2) years of management and administrative experience.

License or Certificate:
Possession of or eligibility to possess valid Supervisory and Management certificates issued by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST).

Other Requirements:
• Must possess a valid California driver’s license and have a satisfactory driving record.
• Must remain firearm qualified, if applicable.
• Must be able to work various shifts, weekends, holidays and overtime.
• Must pass a comprehensive medical examination, California POST background investigation, which may include a polygraph examination and medical and
psychological examinations.

Police Officers

 

PURPOSE:
THE CSU CHANNEL ISLANDS POLICE DEPARTMENT IS CURRENTLY RECRUITING LATERAL AND ACADEMY COMPLETE POLICE OFFICER CANDIDATES. THIS RECRUITMENT WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL ALL OPEN POSITIONS ARE FILLED AND MAY ALSO BE USED TO ESTABLISH AN ELIGIBILITY LIST TO FILL FUTURE OPENINGS WITHIN THE POLICE OFFICER CLASSIFICATION.

Under general supervision, the police officer provides service and protection to the university community, students, faculty and staff from accidents, criminal activity and other illegal behaviors, that disrupt or negatively impact the educational environment. The police officer is a sworn peace officer of the state and, as such, performs general and specialized law enforcement duties, conducts investigations, enforces laws and traffic regulations, makes arrests, conducts crime prevention and community policing program activities, and also provides information and assistance to the general public.

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
The police officer provides general police services to the university community and may also receive special training to perform specialized tasks such as bicycle patrol, crime prevention, firearms instruction, canine handling, emergency medical services, etc. Specific duties include, but are not limited to the following: patrolling campus grounds and buildings; safeguarding university property; conducting investigations and preparing reports on criminal violations, unsafe conditions, accidents, and disturbances of the peace; gathering evidence, preparing reports and making arrests that will result in testifying in court; administering medical aid to injured persons; enforcing traffic and parking regulations and issuing moving and parking citations; working a variety of shifts and schedules so as to maintain a  24 hour operation and public safety contact for the university community; performing crowd control duties during special events such as assemblies, concerts, or performances; responding to alarms and requests for services from the university community, participating in crime prevention, community policing, emergency preparedness and safety programs; assisting other members of the Police Department, such as public safety officers and dispatchers, as well as members of other campus departments.

CSU Channel Islands Police Officers form effective and productive relationships and partnerships with all members of the campus community and this student-centered organization.

REQUIREMENTS OF POSITION:
High school diploma or equivalent; successful completion of a California P.O.S.T. Basic Academy (or valid waiver) and current California P.O.S.T. certification prior to the date of appointment; valid California Driver License; working knowledge of current law enforcement methods and procedures; working knowledge of current criminal codes and laws; effective interpersonal skills to resolve a wide variety of sensitive situations; effective oral and written communication skills, including the ability to write clear and comprehensive reports; demonstrated ability to think and act effectively in emergency and sensitive situations. Preference will be given to candidates with prior law enforcement experience or Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) certification. Incumbents in this position will be required to achieve and maintain EMT certification.

A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered a position with the CSU. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for the position.

The person holding this position is considered a ‘mandated reporter’ under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 (Revised July 21, 2017) as a condition of employment. The pre-employment testing process will include the following:
 Oral Interview
 Personal History Investigation
 Medical Examination (including drug testing)
 Psychological Examination

HIRING SALARY: $7,685* / month
*salary figure does not include our attractive benefit package, outlined below. We also offer access to affordable campus housing http://universityglen.csuci.edu/  and an attractive employee benefits package, https://www.calstate.edu/csu-system/careers/benefits

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:
To apply, an online application must be completed at https://jobs.csuci.edu. If you are in need of a reasonable accommodation or any other type of assistance with the application process please contact California State University Channel Islands Human Resources Programs at (805) 437-8490.

Police Officer

BURLESON, TX 76028
(TCOLE Certified – Entrance Exam Exempt)

Rate of Pay: $75,000.00 – $86,945.56 ($10,000 Hiring Incentive)
Location: Police Department, Burleson, TX 76028
Job Status: Full-Time
More Information: www.burlesontx.com/joinbpd
Apply: www.burlesontx.com/jobs

Responsible for the performance of routine preventive patrol, law enforcement, traffic enforcement and control and other related law enforcement duties as needed. This position is assigned mainly to Patrol, but may be assigned to Detective as necessary.

Applicants who are currently TCOLE certified or in an academy and will graduate with TCOLE certification within 30 days will be allowed to be exempt from the entrance exam. Applicants will immediately move onto the next step in the hiring process with the completion of the background packet (personal history statement) and the polygraph packet. Attach completed items with your application.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
• High school diploma or equivalent and a minimum of 30 semester hours of college in a related field at an accredited college/university or verifiable military service with honorable discharge.

CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES REQUIRED:
• TCOLE certification for Police Officer.
• Valid Class C Texas driver’s license with a good driving record.
• DD214 for prior military service, if applicable

NECESSARY KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
• Knowledge of basic math to calculate speeding violations, elapsed time and accident reconstruction.
• Knowledge of local, state and federal criminal laws; laws relevant to police conduct; human behavior and motivation; techniques of self-defense; current police methods and practices.
• Knowledge of basic computers.
• Ability to read and understand reports, memos, manuals, policies, rules, regulations, laws, ordinances and statutes.
• Ability to write accurate, thorough and complete reports.
• Ability to develop and maintain good working relationships with citizens and other officers.
• Ability to use reasoning to make timely, accurate decisions in a variety of circumstances.
• Ability to exert force as needed to intervene in conflict situations or subdue suspects.
• Ability to be available for call back after hours and provide necessary personal contact phone numbers. This will require allowing personal contact numbers to be listed with a third party notification system.

OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Questions regarding qualifications may be addressed to:
Deputy Chief Doug Sandifer
(817) 426-9917
[email protected]

Police Officer

THE CITY OF BLAINE, MINNESOTA

Salary
2024 Salary Range: $46.11 – $51.39 per hour per the 2023-2025 LELS Labor Agreement, plus excellent benefits.

Position Summary
The position of Police Officer is responsible for performing general police work in the protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws, ordinances, and community policing and related programs. Police Officers will also assist in the investigation of criminal offenses, accidents, and other police-related problems. This position currently works a 12-hour shift schedule.

City of Blaine Demographics
The City of Blaine is one of the metro area’s largest suburbs, centrally located within minutes of both Minneapolis and St. Paul. Its wonderful location attracts both residents and businesses, offering a unique combination of big city convenience with a small town atmosphere. Nestled in the south-central region of Anoka County with a small portion resting in Ramsey County, Blaine covers 34 square miles of viable business and residential areas. The City’s interspersed 65 parks and many miles of connecting trails and walkways makes Blaine a great City for enjoying the outdoors. Home to the Anoka County Airport, National Sports Center (including the Schwan Super Rink), USA Cup, and the 3M PGA Tour, three school districts, and over 2.5 million square feet of commercial development, Blaine is a perfect place to live, work and play.

Recognized by Money Magazine as one of the “Top 100 Best Places to Live”, Blaine’s population has increased steadily over the last four decades. Blaine is the fastest growing suburban area in Minnesota and the 11th largest city in the state. Today, Blaine residents number over 70,000. The City is expected to add 20,000 residents over the next twenty years.

City of Blaine Police Department
Incorporated in 1954, the Blaine Police Department is currently authorized for 74 sworn officers. On average, this includes the Police Chief, Deputy Chief, 4 Captains, 10 Patrol Sergeants, 8 Detectives and 50 Patrol Officers. There is a civilian staff (non-sworn positions) consisting of Crime Analyst, Community Outreach Coordinator, Community Service Officers, and Record Technicians. In addition, the Blaine Police Department also has the CounterAct Drug Education program, Explorer Post, Police Reserve Unit, and Neighborhood and Business Crime Prevention Programs. The Blaine Police Department is additionally well supported and backed by the Blaine City Council, the City’s governing body.

The Police Department averages 43,000+ calls for service per year. We consider ourselves a very safe community. Police calls to Blaine squad cars are dispatched by Anoka County Central Communications. All patrol vehicles are Laptop equipped and all Anoka County law enforcement jurisdictions participate in a centralized and shared computer records system.

The Blaine Police Department is also regionally recognized for its wellness program for staff members. This program includes a physical wellness component, as well as various psychological wellness and resiliency components, which will be reflected in the onboarding process.

Application Requirements
1. US citizen.
2. Valid driver’s license with good driving record.
3. MN POST Board licensed, eligible to be licensed, or successfully completed the reciprocity exam
by May 31, 2024.
4. Successful completion of comprehensive background examination and determination of no POST Board “Standards of Conduct” violations.

Desirable Experience and Training
1. Proficiency in a second language, preferably Spanish, Hmong, Arabic or Sign Language.
2. One year of experience in law enforcement, either a sworn, non-sworn, or volunteer position.
3. CPR and First Aid certification.

Application Process
• All applicants must complete a City of Blaine online at www.blainemn.gov/jobs. Hard copies of the application packet may be obtained by calling 763.785.6109.
• A resume may be submitted in addition to, but not in lieu of, completion of any portion of the application. Do not write “See Resume” as a response to a question.
• In your application materials, include all relevant experience on the application even if the experience is volunteer, military, and/or education. Feel free to upload additional information, such as certifications, etc, as desired or requested.
• The City of Blaine application materials must be returned to Human Resources by 4:30 PM, Friday, March 8, 2024, for consideration.

**Candidates who have interviewed with our department within the last 12 months need not reapply**
Training and Experience Evaluation
The City reserves the right to consider only the most highly qualified applicants from the succeeding examination processes: Training and Experience (T&E) Evaluation and Oral Interview(s). Appointment is subject to successful completion of City paid pre-employment psychological evaluation, medical examination/drug test, and comprehensive background investigation after offer of employment has been made.

BLAINE POLICE DEPARTMENT GENERAL ORDER 313.02 (G) TATTOOS
While Blaine’s application process does not preclude applicants from having a tattoo visible while wearing a standard uniform, there are some restrictions. If this pertains to you, please notify the Human Resources department when/if contacted to schedule an oral interview.

Welfare Fraud Investigator II

County of Santa Cruz

Open and Promotional
Job # 24-RH3
Salary: $7,867 – 8,847 / Month
Closing Date: Continuous

County Equity Statement
Equity in action in Santa Cruz County is a transformative process that embraces individuals of every status, providing unwavering support, dignity, and compassion. Through this commitment, the County ensures intentional opportunities and access, fostering an environment where everyone can thrive and belong.

LAST DATE TO APPLY:
Continuous – Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. This recruitment may close once a sufficient number of qualifying applications have been received. THE JOB: Under direction, investigate cases of suspected welfare fraud and violations of the Public Assistance laws and regulations. Locate and interview witnesses and persons suspected of violations. Obtain and present facts and evidence to support administrative action or prosecution. Perform other work as required.
Welfare Fraud Investigator II is the journey level position in the Welfare Fraud Investigator series. Incumbents carry the full range of caseloads involving general fraud, fraud prevention and early detection and assets match and earnings clearance. This class is distinguished from the class of Welfare Fraud Investigator I in that the latter class performs work under close supervision within established guidelines. Incumbents may provide initial training and guidance to Welfare Fraud Investigator I. The list established will be used to fill the current vacancy and it may also be used to fill other vacancies during the life of the eligible list.

The option for remote work may be available based on the type of work and operational needs, upon
successful completion of probation.

THE REQUIREMENTS:
Any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain these knowledge and abilities would be: One year of experience as a Welfare Fraud Investigator I at Santa Cruz County or equivalent.
OR Possession of a high school diploma or GED Equivalency and three years of professional experience performing responsible investigative work in a law enforcement agency.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS/CONDITIONS:
License/Certificate: Possession and maintenance of a valid California Class C Driver License issued by the California State Department of Motor Vehicles during the course of employment. Successful completion of a Specialized Investigator’s Basic Course approved by POST (to meet Penal Code 832.25 requirements) within three years prior to appointment to the class OR possession of a valid Basic Peace Officer Certificate as awarded by POST OR successful completion of the regular basic course  certified by POST within three years prior to appointment.

Background Investigation: An extensive background investigation including a polygraph examination and Personal History Statement which includes work, legal, driving, financial and drug usage histories will be conducted. Ability to pass a full background investigation, medical exam as well as a required psychological exam to meet provisions of Government Code Section 1031. Special Working Conditions: Exposure to variable temperatures and weather conditions; confined workspaces; heights;  two-way radio noise; strong, unpleasant odors; infections which might cause chronic disease or death; dust and pollens; chemical irritants; possibility of experiencing bodily injury and/or burns; and contact with a diverse population.

Other Special Requirements: Must be a citizen of the United States or a permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for citizenship; willingness when necessary to work irregular hours in various locations throughout the County. Note: These classifications have a 12-month probationary period. Knowledge: Thorough knowledge of investigative techniques and procedures; interviewing techniques and procedures; and of the legal rights of citizens. Working knowledge of laws of arrest, and search and seizure; rules of evidence and legal procedure; principles of identification, preservation and presentation of evidence; the sources of information and the techniques used to locate persons; report writing; financial record keeping; and human motivation and behavior. Some knowledge of data processing applications.

Ability to: Conduct effective investigations; obtain information and evidence by observation, record examination, interview and interrogation; analyze and evaluate the statements of witnesses and suspected violators; interpret, understand and apply provisions of the welfare laws; prepare clear and concise written and oral reports; deal effectively with the public, departmental staff and law enforcement agencies; analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action; negotiate agreements and payments of monies due; adhere to the Peace Officer Code of Ethics; enforce the law firmly, impartially and with tact; learn to access, input and analyze data using a computer; have normal color vision and unrestricted peripheral vision and have vision of at least 20/20. If corrective lenses are worn, uncorrected vision of 20/100 correcting to 20/20; and able to sit, stand and walk for extended periods of time.

THE EXAMINATION: Your application and supplemental questionnaire will be reviewed to determine if you have met the education, experience, training and/or licensing requirements as stated on the job announcement. If you meet these criteria and are one of the best qualified, you may be required to compete in any combination of written, oral and/or performance examinations or a competitive evaluation of training and experience as described on your application and supplemental questionnaire. You must pass all components of the examination to be placed on the eligible list. The examination may be eliminated if there are ten or fewer qualified applicants. If the eligible list is established without the administration of the announced examination, the life of the eligible list will be six months and your overall score will be based upon an evaluation of your application and supplemental questionnaire. If during those six months it is necessary to administer another examination for this job class, you will be invited to take the examination to remain on the eligible list.

HOW TO APPLY: Apply online at www.santacruzcountyjobs.com or mail/bring an application and supplemental questionnaire to: Santa Cruz County Personnel Department, 701 Ocean Street, Room 510, Santa Cruz, CA 95060. For information, call (831) 454-2600. Hearing Impaired TDD/TTY: 711. Applications will meet the final filing date if received: 1) in the Personnel Department by 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date, 2) submitted online before midnight of the final filing date.

Women, people of color and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. If you have a disability that requires test accommodation, please call (831) 454-2600. To comply with the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act, Santa Cruz County verifies that all new
employees are either U.S. citizens or persons authorized to work in the U.S.

 

WELFARE FRAUD INVESTIGATOR II – SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE

The supplemental questions are designed specifically for this recruitment. Applications received without the required supplemental information will be screened out of the selection process. Employment experiences referred to in your response must also be included in the Employment History section of the application.
NOTE: Please answer the question(s) below as completely and thoroughly as possible, as your answer(s) may be used to assess your qualifications for movement to the next step in the recruitment process.
1. Have you successfully completed a Specialized Investigator’s Basic Course approved by POST (to meet Penal Code 832.25 requirements) within three years prior to appointment OR have a valid Basic Peace Officer Certificate as awarded by POST OR successfully completed the regular basic course certified by POST within three years prior to appointment? PLEASE LIST CERTIFICATIONS YOU POSSESS AND SUBMIT COPIES TO [email protected]

2. Describe the breadth of your experience (number of years and types of cases) conducting criminal investigations and provide an example of a complex case that you investigated, the techniques you used to obtain and prepare evidence and the outcome of the investigation.

3. Describe your experience utilizing public assistance databases (or similar mining data technology) to conduct preliminary investigations on suspected welfare fraud referrals.