Chief of Police

Location: San Bernardino, CA
Salary: Up to $279,120 Annually

The Ideal Candidate

The ideal candidate will be a collaborative leader who views the department as part of the City’s team, will be responsive and sensitive to the community, transparent, and is media-savvy following modern policing and technology trends. An effective and diverse staff supports this position; the successful candidate will continue to encourage development within the team and embrace diversity within the department and community. The ideal candidate will have a  management background in a large law enforcement agency, with experience in establishing and maintaining a fluctuating budget as grant approvals increase.

Key Attributes and Characteristics

Excellent leadership skills with an even-keeled demeanor and the ability to establish rapport within the department. A leader who can continue a community-focused environment while ensuring the inclusiveness of a diverse population within the department and community. Detail-oriented and accurate with the ability to articulate concepts and ideas clearly and directly. Politically astute and understands political implications while remaining apolitical. The ability to collaborate and build consensus with a wide variety of cultures, and mutual aid agencies, along with the department’s union. Excellent communication skills; humble, professional, honest, and possessed high integrity.

For more information: https://koffassociates.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/Rev4-San-Bernardino-CofP.pdf

To apply, visit: https://apptrkr.com/2488081

OR

Contact: Frank Rojas, frojas@koffassociates.com


 

 

Bentley University

Job Description Summary
There are multiple openings available.

To provide law enforcement, security and related public safety services for both the protection of University-owned property and the members of the Bentley community in fulfillment of the department’s mission to provide a comprehensive program of services to help ensure the campus remains a safe and pleasant place in which to live, study and work.

Essential Duties

  • Patrol University buildings and grounds to deter crime, prevent theft, trespass, vandalism, or violations of the General Laws of Massachusetts in accordance with Chapter 22C section 63.
  • Respond to, investigate and properly document general and emergency calls for service and violations of University regulations, and/or General Laws.
  • Make arrests and/or refer incidents to Student Affairs for disciplinary action, when appropriate; investigate accidents; provide direction and information to the general public; promote good police-community relations through scheduled activities and routine interaction with the University community.
  • Provide transportation services including on campus personal safety escorts, non-emergency medical transports to area medical facilities and other transportation duties as assigned.
  • Testify in court, University judicial hearings and any other process as deemed necessary. Investigate crimes and other incidents in conjunction with department detectives, as assigned.
  • Perform any other duties as assigned, which are necessary to enhance public safety on campus and protect the lives, safety and property of the students, faculty, staff and guests of the University.


Minimum Requirements

Candidates must possess one of the following:

  • A minimum of a High School diploma/GED AND have successfully completed a full-time Special State Police Officer (SSPO) Academy or Municipal Police Academy.
  • Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice (or related field) or a Bachelor’s degree (in any field) AND have successfully completed a part-time Reserve/Intermittent Academy Training Program.


Candidates must possess all of the following:

  • Must possess, or be able to obtain and retain, authority as a special police officer in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 22C section 63. Candidates who do not currently possess authority as a special police officer in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 22C section 63 must attend and successfully complete SSPO or Municipal Police Academy.
  • Hold and maintain a valid, unrestricted United States driver’s license, with an insurable driving history as determined by Bentley’s insurance carrier.
  • Possess strong human relations skills and ability to work under stressful situations.
  • Demonstrate the ability to analyze emergency situations and develop effective courses of action to handle same.
  • Must hold, or acquire within 60 days of hire, and maintain a valid license to carry a firearm (large capacity) in accordance with MGL Ch. 140 sec. 131.


Work Environment

  • Officers will spend the majority of their shift on active patrol responding to calls for service, performing building checks of buildings and other areas and to conduct field interviews and investigations.
  • Officers will be exposed to all types of weather conditions and may have to spend extended periods of time in such conditions.
  • Officers may be exposed to loud noises when working extra duty at concerts and construction sites.
  • Officers may be exposed to hazardous materials in the course of their work. Sources of these may be accidents involving such materials, such as a chemical spill, inadvertent exposure, such as through a fire, or deliberate exposure during an assault.
  • Officers may also be exposed to blood-borne pathogens in the line of duty when responding to an incident where medical aid is rendered, accidental contact while detaining a combative individual who is sick or injured, while conducting a search of a sick or injured party, or deliberate exposure by a party.
  • Officers may be required to work up to sixteen hours, consecutively. Forced and voluntary overtime occurs as the need for additional coverage is required.
  • Officers are subject to mandatory call-in during times when public safety concerns arise on campus.
  • Officers are required to be able to perform physical activity while on duty. Officers walk, run, patrol in vehicles and on bicycles. They are required to reach, lift, and stand on their feet for long periods of time.
  • Officers are trained in the use of defensive tactics, including hand control techniques, striking implements and chemical sprays and must be physically fit enough to safely and effectively employ such techniques should the need arise.
  • Officers may be required to place themselves in dangerous situations where there may be a possibility of death or serious bodily injury.
  • Officers are required to work irregular shifts and hours due to the 24-hour nature of police work.


Special Instructions

Work Schedule

  • 4 X 2 rotating; shifts include 7 a.m. – 3 p.m.; 3:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.; 11:00 p.m. – 7:00 a.m.


Pay Information

  • This position within University Police is a union position. Competitive pay commensurate with experience.


Background Check

  • Extensive background check and successful completion of a physical and psychological evaluation required.
  • Bentley University requires reference checks and may conduct other pre-employment screening.

Bentley University is an Equal Opportunity Employer, building strength through diversity. The University is committed to building a community of talented students, faculty and staff who reflect the diversity of global business. We strongly encourage applications from persons from underrepresented groups, individuals with disabilities, covered veterans and those with diverse experiences and backgrounds.

We strive to create a campus community that welcomes the exchange of ideas, and fosters a culture that values differences and views them as a strength in our community.

Bentley University requires references checks and may conduct other pre-employment screening.

DIVERSITY STATEMENT

Bentley University strives to create a campus community that welcomes the exchange of ideas, and fosters a culture that values differences and views them as a strength in our community.

Bentley University is an Equal Opportunity Employer, building strength through diversity. The University is committed to building a community of talented students, faculty and staff who reflect the diversity of global business. We strongly encourage applications from persons from underrepresented groups, individuals with disabilities, covered veterans and those with diverse experiences and backgrounds.


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Criminal Investigator (ATF Special Agent)

ATF is a law enforcement agency in the United States’ Department of Justice that protects our communities from violent criminals, criminal organizations, the illegal use and trafficking of firearms, the illegal use and storage of explosives, acts of arson and bombings, acts of terrorism, and the illegal diversion of alcohol and tobacco products. We partner with communities, industries, law enforcement, and public safety agencies to safeguard the public we serve through information sharing, training, research, and use of technology.

Responsibilities
If selected for this position, the incumbent will serve as a Criminal Investigator (Special Agent) assigned to one of the field or satellite offices identified above within the field division of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF). Typical work assignments will include:
• Planning and conducting criminal investigations, operations, searches, seizure, or arrests.
• Using undercover operations to purchase contraband, observe illegal activities, or obtain additional intelligence.
• Assisting in enforcing criminal violations within the scope of ATF’s enforcement activities.
• Participating in public relations activities.
• Obtaining evidence sufficient to justify probable cause of issuing a warrant.
• Observing suspects habits and movements to determine the source of weapons, alcohol, tobacco, explosives, bombs, or component parts. Responsibilities will increase and assignments will become more complex as your training and experience progress.

Requirements
• You must be a U.S. Citizen or National
• Background investigation, credit check, and drug test and submit to random drug test are required.
• You must be registered for Selective Service, if applicable.
• If selected, you may be required to complete a one year probationary period.
• Time-in-Grade: Federal employees must meet time-in-grade requirements within 30 days after the closing date of this announcement.
• You must meet all qualification requirements within 30 days after the closing date of this announcement and before placement in the position.
• Must possess current and valid automobile operators license.
• Pass the Pre-employment Physical Task Test (PTT). The passing score for the PTT can be found at: https://www.atf.gov/careers/pre-employment-physical-tasktest
• Sign a mobility statement and agree to be relocated at any time to any office in the United States, to include U.S. territories. All candidates will be required to
perform a minimum of 3-5 years at their initial duty station.
• Pass a polygraph examination.
• Pass a firearms proficiency test and carry a firearm and ammunition.
• Medical Requirements: You must be found to be physically fit by an authorized government physician to perform strenuous and physically demanding duties.
• Age Requirements: You must be at least 21 years of age and not older than 36 at the time of appointment.
• Law Enforcement Training: You must have successfully completed and passed Federal Law Enforcement Training Center’s Criminal Investigator training
program (CITP), OR an equivalent and recognized federal law enforcement training program.

For complete details and to apply, please click on the link below:
https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/598755600

 

Police Commander

City of Lathrop, California

Annual salary range: $140,358 to $170,607
The city offers an attractive benefits package.
Application deadline: Monday, October 18, 2021.
Assessments are scheduled to take place the week of November 1, 2021. To
Cash bonus of $5,000 for sworn personnel upon hire.
Start Your Next Chapter in the Newly Formed Lathrop Police Department to include a new state of the art Police Headquarters and equipment.

Why you want to be a part of the Lathrop team –
• One of the fastest growing cities in California – Fourth fastest growing city in 2020 according to the California Department of Finance
• Lathrop has several Master Planned Communities, one being the largest Master Planned Community in Northern California
• Financially stable
• Poised to build 16,000 new homes. The City is looking for two (2) new Police Commanders who will assist the Chief in establishing the Lathrop Police Department culture, building the organization, and developing relationships with the community and stakeholders to work together to solve local problems. Commanders will fill in for the Chief during any periods of absence.

The Police Commander must be a devoted and experienced public safety professional who demonstrates exceptional leadership skills, a strong understanding
of community-oriented policing, and a loyalty to both the Chief of Police and the community for which they serve. The ability to adapt to change and maintain
professionalism at all times is critical for success in this position. The ideal candidate will be an outstanding communicator, with the ability to effectively write and ensure accuracy in their reports, data, and other written materials. Additionally, the successful candidate will demonstrate an understanding of budgetary principles. The Police Commander must maintain a flexible operating style when interacting with colleagues throughout the City and the community, and will embrace the philosophy of respect, collaboration, and a high degree of integrity.

To be considered for this exciting and rewarding career opportunity, please submit your application, résumé, and cover letter online: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/CPSHRRS/jobs/3195224/comman
der

For more information:

Debbie Gutman
CPS HR Consulting
(916) 471-3364
dgutman@cpshr.us
To view an online brochure for this position
visit: https://online.flipbuilder.com/kper/cqpz/mobile/index.html
City of Lathrop website: https://www.ci.lathrop.ca.us
The City of Lathrop is an equal opportunity employer.


 

Police Sergeant

City of Lathrop, California

Annual salary range: $109,658 to $133,289
The city offers an attractive benefits package.
Application deadline: Friday, November 12, 2021.
Assessments are scheduled to take place the week of December 6, 2021.
Cash bonus of $5,000 for sworn personnel upon hire.
Start Your Next Chapter in the Newly Formed Lathrop Police Department to include
a new state of the art Police Headquarters and equipment.

Why you want to be a part of the Lathrop team –
• One of the fastest growing cities in California – Fourth fastest growing city in 2020 according to the California Department of Finance
• Lathrop has several Master Planned Communities, one being the largest Master Planned Community in Northern California
• Financially stable
• Poised to build 16,000 new homes
The City is looking for Six (6) new Police Sergeants who will assist the Chief in establishing the Lathrop Police Department culture, building the organization, and developing relationships with the community and stakeholders to work together to solve local problems.

The Police Sergeant must be a seasoned public safety professional who has demonstrated success in developing trust and rapport amongst team members,
community members and individuals, and who understands the importance of community-oriented policing. The ideal candidate will have the ability to coach and mentor staff, possess excellent leadership and communication skills, and will embrace the philosophy of respect, collaboration, and a high degree of integrity. A successful candidate will understand their influence on others, demonstrating a strong sense of duty for the people they serve in their community, as well as those for whom they directly supervise to ensure outstanding performance amongst their team. A Police Sergeant will implement policy and practice, acting at all times with professionalism to ensure a successful outcome. The ability to make sound decisions and provide effective leadership in an objective and consistent manner is of utmost importance to be successful in this position.

To be considered for this exciting and rewarding career opportunity, please submit your application, résumé, and cover letter online: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/CPSHRRS/jobs/3195230/sergeant

For more information: Debbie Gutman
CPS HR Consulting
(916) 471-3364
dgutman@cpshr.us
To view an online brochure for this position
visit: https://online.flipbuilder.com/kper/cnps/mobile/index.html
City of Lathrop website: https://www.ci.lathrop.ca.us
The City of Lathrop is an equal opportunity employer.


 

Police Chief

City of Turlock, California

Monthly salary range: $12,901 to $15,682
Application deadline: Open until filled.
Next resume review: Friday, October 1, 2021.
Located in the heart of California’s Central Valley, the City of Turlock has grown to reach a population of 73,631 based on the US Census Bureau’s latest population records. Although Turlock is the second largest city in Stanislaus County, it continues to maintain a small-town atmosphere and friendly attitude, but with the conveniences and opportunities of a larger city.

Under administrative direction of the City Manager, the Police Chief plans, directs and reviews the activities of the Police Department; provides for full-service law enforcement, crime prevention, dispatch services, community education, animal control, and code enforcement; responsible for budget and program direction; provides direction to assure compliance with federal, state, and local regulations.
The Police Chief provides leadership and direction to meet City goals and coordinate with other service areas, agencies, boards, commissions, and the public. In addition, the Police Chief may act as City Manager in his/her absence and perform other jobrelated work as required. The Police Chief serves as an active and contributing member of the City’s Executive Leadership Team. The next Police Chief will inherit diverse, extremely talented, and committed employees eager to assist the Police Chief in making Turlock the ideal place to live and do business again.

Five (5) years of increasingly responsible professional command level management experience with a public law enforcement agency, with at least three (3) of those years performing administrative and supervisory oversight at Lieutenant level or higher, or any experience that would have provided the opportunity to develop the required skills, knowledge, and abilities.
To be considered, please submit a cover letter, list of six work-related references, and resume to: https://www.cpshr.us/recruitment/1840

For more information contact:
Pam Derby
CPS HR Consulting
916-471-3126
To view an online brochure for this position visit: https://www.cpshr.us/recruitmentsolutions/executive-search
City of Turlock website: https://ci.turlock.ca.us
The City of Turlock is an equal opportunity employer.


 

Law Enforcement Officer – MGT-22584

Position Description
The Law Enforcement Officer is part of the team that protects and provides a safe and secure environment for Board staff and others on Board property on a 24-hour, seven day per week basis. The incumbent will learn to staff security posts, conduct patrols, enforce Board Security policy, and screen visitors via the magnetometer, x-ray, and handheld metal detector. The incumbent works shift work to include nights, days, weekends, and holidays and must be able to work overtime with or without advance notice. The incumbent is required to become knowledgeable of and conform to all applicable laws, Board policy, and Unit policy and procedures. Develops judgment to implement and enforce security policies and procedures.

Position Requirements
Requires a high school diploma, GED or equivalent experience. Must have good oral and written communication skills. Requires a valid motor vehicle operator’s license and acceptable driving record, both of which must be maintained. Requires the ability to carry and use a firearm in accordance with Unit, Board and System requirements. Requires familiarity with basic emergency procedures and the ability to execute emergency procedures including administering first aid, CPR, or the AED as directed. Must be able to wear the issued-uniform and wear and properly use issued gear while performing his/her work functions. Must meet the medical standards for the job and successfully complete a comprehensive physical screening which will include a psychological evaluation and a medical examination to determine ability to safely perform the essential functions of the job with or without an accommodation. Incumbents are required to take and successfully pass periodic physical examinations and screenings. Must meet the Board’s standards for employment, including suitability. Must submit to and pass drug testing. Must successfully pass a background investigation and successfully complete all of the Board’s mandated initial training for law enforcement officers. Must continually satisfy the Board’s training and firearms qualification standards. Must be able to work shift work to include nights, days, weekends, and holidays. Must be able to work overtime with or without advanced notice. Must be prompt and maintain regular attendance.

Must be at least 20.5 years of age at time of application (Federal Law/USC Public Law 100-238, Section 102).
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, or application, membership, or service in the uniformed services. Please apply on our website using the link below. Use the search feature for your convenience. To search by Job Number, type in “22584” or Keyword- “Law Enforcement Officer”.
https://www.federalreserve.gov/start-job-search.htm


 

Framingham State University’s Chief of Police/Director of Public Safety

Company Description:
Framingham State University is a vibrant comprehensive liberal arts institution located in the MetroWest suburbs of Boston, which integrates an academically challenging liberal arts education with workforce preparation programs. Founded in 1839, FSU enrolls about 4,000 undergraduates and 1,200 graduate and professional students. FSU offers 35 bachelor’s degrees with 55 specialized concentrations, 63 minors, and 26 master’s degree programs, in a highly personalized teaching environment. Our community takes pride in empowering student success by providing a superior education, leading research and innovation opportunities, and a strong first-year experience.

At FSU, we are deeply committed to inclusive excellence, encouraging a supportive, diverse and collaborative learning environment, and providing culturally relevant education. We are honored that our commitment earned FSU six Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Awards from INSIGHT Into Diversity and that we are the only public institution in Massachusetts recognized in 2018, 2019, and 2020. FSU is designated as an emerging Hispanic-Serving Institution by the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities and also belongs to the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Inclusive Excellence community, providing national leadership in science education and exploring strategies that will lead to more inclusive science education. We encourage applications from those who share our commitment to promoting a diverse, welcoming, and inclusive community.
Our founding motto, LIVE TO THE TRUTH, was said at the end of each class by beloved first principal, Cyrus Peirce, who sought to discover and teach “truth in theory and principle…truth in spirit and motive…truth in manner and form…truth intellectual and truth moral.” Principal Bagnall found this motto “speaks of sincerity of spirit…of intensity of effort, of resolution to succeed, of joy in achievement.” LIVE TO THE TRUTH continues to guide our institution in practice and endeavor. If you share in this quest for truth and a commitment to living it fully, make the next chapter of your career the best chapter at Framingham State University.
Learn more about our career opportunities at www.framingham.edu/careers.

Job Description:

General Statement of Duties:
Framingham State University’s Chief of Police/Director of Public Safety serves as the chief administrative officer and the representative of Framingham State University Police on campus and in the MetroWest Community. The chief is responsible for leadership in maintaining public safety on campus, progressive community police engagement, and racially just policing as well as directing the enforcement of all federal, state, and local laws.
Supervision Received: Vice President of Enrollment and Student Development
Supervision Exercised: Oversees a department that includes the Deputy Chief of Police, University ID Office, Accreditation Manager, Patrol Sergeants, Patrol Officers, Dispatchers, Parking Enforcement Officer, Detective, and student employees.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Develops and maintains the Framingham State University Police Department mission and the policies and procedures in support of that mission, which is aligned to the university mission.
• Supervises departmental operations and directs departmental planning necessary to provide comprehensive law enforcement and public safety services.
• Engages in recruitment of a diverse police department, oversees ongoing staff development and training, as well as staffing, hiring, disciplinary action, evaluation, and promotion.
• Responsible for managing and appropriately allocating the police department budget; analyzes, monitors and evaluates staffing utilization against budgeted staffing base.
• Promotes an interactive, positive relationship between the University Police Department and other departments or offices of the University, students, parents, faculty and staff with the goal of building trust and strong working relationships between the department and the community.
• Plans and develops strategies in conjunction with the Deputy Police Chief for the preparation and response to University emergency management.
• Serves as a member of the university Threat Assessment Team.
• Develops and reviews department policy ensuring compliance with state and national accreditation standards and best practices.
• Develops and sets measurable goals for pro-active community engagement.
• Analyzes crime trends and incident reports; develops program utilizations of personnel to offset the trends; maintains department crime statistics, including the compiling and filing of the annual security and fire safety report to the Department of Education (Clery Act) and monthly summary reports for the vice president of Enrollment and Student Development
• Oversees security concerns of university buildings and property, including security technology and routine security inspections on main and satellite campuses.
• Collaborates with other university leaders, to develop policies and procedures for and to carryout effective, unified responses to emergencies, planned and unplanned events and community needs; issues crime and emergency alerts as appropriate; acts as responsible authority for the department in emergency response situations; and participates in supporting university-wide emergency response efforts.
• Develops campus outreach, education, and prevention programs related to public safety. Advises campus administrators of legal and liability issues related to campus safety.
• Develops and administers departmental budget in support of fiscal initiatives
• Serves as liaison with local, state, and federal law enforcement as well as local fire department and emergency management agencies (MEMA and FEMA)
• Serves on the Division of Enrollment and Student Development Leadership team
• Other duties as assigned.
• Accountable for ensuring that affirmative action, equal opportunity, and diversity are integrally tied to all actions and decisions in areas of responsibility.
Special Working Conditions/Physical Requirements:
On call responsibility required; valid license to operate a motor vehicle; must successfully undergo a comprehensive background investigation, physical examination, psychological examination; eligible to obtain and maintain Commonwealth of Massachusetts License to carry a firearm.

Required Minimum Qualifications:
• Possess academic credentials and experience suitable to fulfill the duties and responsibilities of the position.
• Possess at least five years of progressively responsible leadership experience in campus safety and protection or other law enforcement with at least three years of experience in a related supervisory position.
• Experience and knowledge of law enforcement policies and procedures, crime prevention, investigations, training for law enforcement personnel, life safety programming..
• Knowledge of budget operations and management specific to a public safety agency.
• Demonstrated commitment and understanding of racially just policing.
• Ability to adapt policies and procedures to police reform measures on the local, state, and federal level.
• Demonstrated ability to address community concerns in a compassionate, forthright manner and to be visible on campus and to participate in the life of the campus.
• Possess an understanding of mental health issues, as well as the value of having officers trained as mental health officers and being front-line contacts in this area

Preferred Qualifications:
• Experience and knowledge of higher ed security and law enforcement, higher ed operations, and higher ed traffic and parking control management.
• Knowledge of and experience with higher education principles, practices and procedures.
• Documented professional competence as a public safety administrator in higher education
• Ability to speak Spanish or Portuguese
• Understanding of social media platforms and their use in for community engagement, crisis management, and law enforcement

Additional Information:

This is a full-time, exempt, benefits-eligible, non-unit position. The annual salary range is $100,000-110,000.
It is the policy of Framingham State University that all employees be vaccinated against COVID-19 before they begin employment. Proof of the COVID-19 vaccine is required of all individuals hired by FSU, to be verified after a verbal offer of employment has been accepted, and before employment begins. Prospective employees may submit a request for a medical or religious exemption to the COVID-19 vaccination requirement to Human Resources. Furthermore, FSU employees must wear a mask inside campus buildings.
Framingham State University conducts criminal history and sexual offender record checks on recommended finalists prior to final employment for all positions.
Framingham State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Members of underrepresented groups, minorities, women, veterans, persons with disabilities, and all persons committed to diversity and inclusive excellence are strongly encouraged to apply.

Application Instructions:
Candidates must apply online by submitting:
• Cover Letter,
• Resume/CV,
• Equity and Inclusion Statement,*
• Names and contact information for three (3) professional references.
*The Equity and Inclusion Statement is an opportunity for candidates to discuss professional skills, experience and/or willingness to engage in activities that would enhance the university’s efforts to promote a diverse, equitable, and inclusive community. Equity and inclusion statements will be considered as part of a transparent and comprehensive review of candidate application materials.
For full consideration, application materials must be received by October 15, 2021.
Framingham State University only accepts application materials through our online application system. We are unable to accept application materials through mail, email, fax, or hand delivery. If you experience technical issues with the online application process, please submit a helpdesk ticket.
Framingham State University understands that persons with specific disabilities may need assistance with the job application process and/or with the interview process. For confidential assistance, please contact the Human Resources Office at 508-626-4530 or humanresources@framingham.edu.

Apply Here: https://www.click2apply.net/Y7bQoAuygwrnsm4pC8PdW

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Campus Police Officer (close date September 30, 2021 11:59pm)

San Joaquin Delta Community College District
Job Number: 2100001V

To perform a variety of duties in the enforcement of laws, the protection of persons and property and the prevention of crimes within the College’s jurisdiction; to ensure the safety and security of the College campus; and to provide assistance to students, faculty and staff.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED

Receives direction from assigned Sergeant or other police command staff. Essential responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Patrol assigned area on foot or in a vehicle; issue verbal or written citations for violations observed; enforce parking and related traffic ordinances; discover and prevent the commission of crimes and code violations; respond to and investigate traffic collisions.
• Respond to calls for service including the protection of life and property, and the enforcement of City, County and State laws, codes and regulations; respond to break ins and fire alarms; contact emergency agencies as needed.
• Conduct investigations of various crimes committed; interview suspects, victims and witnesses in the field; make arrests as necessary; prepare reports on arrests, burglaries, disturbances and unusual circumstances observed.
• Assist students, faculty and staff by providing directions and responding to questions and inquiries; provide service escorts for any person requiring assistance.
• Respond to faculty, staff and student complaints in potentially hostile situations; intervene and mediate in disturbances and disputes.
• Provide security, law enforcement and crowd control activities for a variety of special events on campus; escort speakers and special guests to and from events.
• Maintain radio communications with dispatching center and other law enforcement officers.
• Testify and present evidence in court as necessary.
• Perform related duties and responsibilities as required.Knowledge of:

• Principles, practices, methods and procedures of law enforcement and traffic control.
• Modern campus police methods, procedures and equipment.
• Methods and techniques of patrol and surveillance.
• Methods and techniques of investigation, interviewing and interrogation.
• Use of firearms and other modern police equipment.
• Methods, techniques and applications of self-defense.
• Principles and procedures of report writing and record keeping.
• Occupational hazards and standard safety practices.
• Pertinent Federal, State and local codes, laws and regulations including California vehicle and penal codes and campus parking rules.

Ability to:

• Interpret and apply Federal, State and local codes, laws and regulations.
• Respond quickly and calmly in emergency situations.
• Analyze situations quickly and objectively to determine and take emergency action.
• Enforce parking and related traffic ordinances.
• Observe and report unusual occurrences and violations.
• Detain, interrogate suspects and interview complainants and witnesses.
• Physically arrest and apprehend combative subjects.
• Safely and effectively use and care for firearms.
• Prepare clear, accurate and grammatically correct written reports.
• Maintain yearly firearms qualification.
• Work various rotating shifts, including nights, weekends, and holidays.
• Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
• Sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, linguistic, ethnic backgrounds and disabilities of community college students and staff.

Experience and Training Guidelines

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

Experience:
One year of law enforcement experience is desirable.

Training:
Equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade supplemented by specialized training in law enforcement, security or a related field.

License or Certificate
A valid California driver’s license is required at time of appointment.
Possession of a valid P.O.S.T. Basic certificate or equivalent, which has been accepted by the State of California. Must be twenty (20) years old by the time on the final filing date and twenty-one (21) by the time of appointment.

Successful completion of Government Code section 1031 requirements including psychological, medical and background investigations. A physical agility test and/or written test may be qualifying criteria. Additional Information

• Minimum Salary: US Dollar (USD) 6,834
• Maximum Salary : US Dollar (USD) 8,307
• External Closing Date: Oct 1, 2021
• External Opening Date: Sep 1, 2021

Location: Stockton, California, United States

To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: https://apptrkr.com/2475572

The San Joaquin Delta Community College District provides access to its education programs and activities and makes all employment decisions without regard to national origin, religion, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race or ethnicity, color, medical condition, genetic information, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, military and veteran status, or any other legally protected category. The District’s prohibition against sex and gender discrimination includes sexual harassment and sexual violence.

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Lateral Police Officer

City of Oakley
$7,453 – $10,699 Monthly

SUMMARY DESCRIPTION

Under general supervision of a Police Sergeant or other supervisory/management staff, performs a variety of duties related to the protection of public health, safety, and welfare and the enforcement of applicable federal, state, and local laws; provides traffic enforcement and control; and carries out special assignments in a particular phase of police work.

The Police Officer is an entry/journey level class responsible for performance of the full scope of assigned law enforcement duties and responsibilities under general supervision. New incumbents may have limited related experience but are expected to learn the full range of duties and responsibilities, perform duties with minimal direct supervision, and exercise sound judgment and discretion in making decisions. This classification is distinguished from the next higher classification of Police Sergeant in that the latter is responsible for performance of the more complex and difficult tasks, as well as the supervision of assigned law enforcement activities.

Learn more and apply today atwww.governmentjobs.com/careers/oakley

Questions? Email HR@ci.oakley.ca.us


 

Police Officer I/II (01422-MS4)

Come work for one of the premier employers in the Cedar Valley…UNI is a supportive community that values our Police Officers by providing an excellent benefits package including competitive wages, annual pay increases, and tuition reimbursement to advance their education!

DEPARTMENT: Public Safety
LOCATION: 30 Gilchrist Hall
CONTACT: Joe Tyler
PHONE: 319-273-3186
DEPARTMENT URL: https://publicsafety.uni.edu
STARTING HOURLY WAGE/SALARY: Police Officer I – $24.89 or $51,970.32 annually; Police Officer II – $25.99 or $54,267.12
annually. Higher starting rate available based on qualifications (see below).

MAXIMUM HOURLY WAGE/SALARY: Police Officer III – $38.37 or $80,116.56 annually
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Upon successful completion of the Police Officer I and II levels, after one year, will move to
Police Officer III at $27.16 hour or $56,710.08 annually. If hired as a Police Officer II, would move to Police Officer III after
six months.
POSITION FUNDING: Appropriated Funds
APPOINTMENT TYPE: Full-Time; 12 Months
SCHEDULE: Days off will rotate
SHIFT: Rotating shift with weekend, evening and holiday work
PRIMARY FUNCTION: Under general supervision, patrols the University campus and outlying property in order to protect life and property; responds to calls while on foot, on bicycle, or in a motor vehicle in order to prevent and detect law violations and apprehend violators; maintains order in the University community through enforcement of policies of the Board of Regents and the University; exercises judgment in interpreting law ordinances, policies, and procedures; and promotes and maintains favorable University-community relations.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS: POLICE OFFICER I: Eligible to enroll in the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy and eligible to complete the required field training program. Applicants must complete medical, physical agility, psychological and P.O.S.T. tests.

POLICE OFFICER II: Possession of certification from the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy as a Law Enforcement Officer, or possession of law enforcement certification in another state and successful completion of all application and examination requirements as outlined in Iowa Administrative Code 501-3.8(80B). Applicants must complete medical and psychological tests.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Certified Police Officer preferred.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The University of Northern Iowa provides a high quality and diverse educational experience, purposefully guiding students to find and develop their strengths and prepare them for success after college. The University’s attractive size, approximately 10,000 students, allows it to offer faculty, facilities, and academic choices characteristic of a much larger university while retaining a friendly, small-college atmosphere on a park-like campus.
UNI is located in picturesque Cedar Falls, Iowa, a riverfront town with many recreational, cultural and entertainment opportunities. It was named a 2010 Distinctive Destination by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The metropolitan community of Cedar Falls/Waterloo has a combined population of 165,000 and offers a pleasant residential setting with a strong and growing industrial base. Cedar Falls is a friendly, affordable community located about 300 miles from Minneapolis, St. Louis, Kansas City and Chicago.

UNI actively seeks to enhance diversity and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. The University encourages applications from persons of color, women, individuals living with disabilities, and veterans. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, creed, disability, ethnicity, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, national origin, political affiliation, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran or military status, or any other basis protected by federal and/or state law. All employees are expected to exhibit and convey good citizenship within the program, the department, college, university activities, collegial interactions, and maintain the highest standards of integrity and ethical behavior.

APPLICATION MUST BE RECEIVED BY 4:30 p.m. on Friday, September 10, 2021. Cover letter and resume also required. Please ensure the application completed fully and accurately.


 

Department of Public Safety Standards and Training
Business Services Manager (Principal Executive/Manager D)

IMPORTANT: A cover letter is required in order to be considered for this position. Please see the requirements in the “How to Apply” section below.
• This is one, regular, full‐time position located in Salem, OR (4190 Aumsville Hwy SE).
• This recruitment will be used to establish a list of qualified applicants and may be used to fill future vacancies.
• This position is management service, and therefore not represented by a union.

What you will be doing:
The primary purpose of this position is to serve as the agency’s Budget and Procurement Manager, which includes Budget, Procurement, and Purchasing. Acts as the agency’s budget manager, monitor agencywide budget execution, direct and manage the agency’s procurement and contracting functions, and to direct and manage activities related to inventory control and asset management. Has principal accountability with direct program and/or administrative responsibilities over Budget and Procurement.

This position reports directly to the division Director. This position plans, develops, and implements strategic goals and objectives to meet the agency’s immediate needs and overall mission. For a complete position description, please email Tiffany Ball at tiffany.ball@dpsst.oregon.gov

About DPSST:
The Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) oversees the development of professional standards and the delivery of quality training for law enforcement officers, corrections officers, parole and probation officers, firefighters, telecommunicators, and emergency medical dispatchers. DPSST is also the regulatory agency that enforces employment and training standards for the above listed public safety disciplines and licenses proprietary security managers, security contractors and officers, polygraph examiners, and private investigators.

What’s in it for you:
• Free parking!
• Work/life balance and 10 paid holidays a year, and competitive benefits packages. Click here to visit our full benefits website.
• You also get to live, work and play in Oregon where you have four beautiful seasons and access to beaches, mountains and the high desert.
• This is a Police & Fire PERS participating position. Employees who are Public Employee Retirement System (PERS) participating members will have their base salary increased by 6.95% and pay a 6% employee contribution to PERS; the salary range noted above reflects base salary only.

Minimum Qualifications:
We are looking for a collaborative and seasoned leader with:

  • Supervision and Management
  • Six years of experience in supervision, staff-technical, or professional-level work. Two years of this experience must have included supervision and management of a program, section, or unit which included: a) development of program rules and policies, b) development of long- and shortrange goals and plans, c) program evaluation, and d) budget preparation.(NOTE: A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent course work (144 quarter or 96 semester hours) in a field related to management, such as Business or Public Administration, or a field related to the program of the employing agency, may be substituted for three years of the required experience, but will not substitute for the two years of specialized experience.)ORProgram/Project Leader
    Six years of experience in supervision, staff-technical, or professional-level work. Two years of this experience must have included program/project leader responsibility involving one or more of the following areas: a) development of program rules and policies, b) development of long- and shortrange goals and plans, c) program evaluation and/or project evaluation, or d) monitoring and controlling or preparing a budget.

(NOTE: A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent course work (144 quarter or 96 semester hours) in a field
related to management, such as Business or Public Administration, or a field related to the program
of the employing agency, may be substituted for three years of the required experience, but will not
substitute for the two years of specialized experience.)

Requested skills:
Please address each of these skills in your cover letter.
• Experience in either payroll, accounting, or auditing at a professional level
• Experience working in a public sector legislative/budget process, to include the development of  an agency requested budget and moving forward through implementation and adoption
• Knowledge of budget management principles and techniques and state procurement procedures, including ability to formulate fiscal and budget policy and strategies needed to meet legislative direction and agency priorities.
• Ability to collect, organize and evaluate information to produce recommendations for action
• Experience with directly supervising others; including planning, organizing, directing, staffing, and coordinating day‐to‐day activities
• Strong commitment to professional and ethical standards, with an ability to think and act strategically and use diplomacy and discretion and offer sound judgment
• Ability to cultivate and maintain a positive, professional, diverse, culturally competent, and learning-focused work environment.
• I do not have any of these skills Preference may be given to candidates who possess the following skills:
• Current state employees
• 3 years of management experience with the State of Oregon
• Within the last 15 years, having 10 years of experience in either payroll, accounting, or auditing at a professional level within Oregon State Government

Additional Requirements

Successful candidates for this position will be subject to a full background investigation. Adverse background information will be reviewed and could result in withdrawal of a conditional job offer or termination of employment.
The State of Oregon is requiring all executive branch employees to complete their COVID‐19 vaccination series by October 18, 2021 or six weeks after FDA approval of the vaccines, whichever is later, unless the employee receives a medical or religious exemption/accommodation. New employees must submit vaccination documentation or be approved for an exemption/accommodation by October 18, 2021 or six weeks after FDA approval, whichever is later.

For more information, visit https://www.oregon.gov/gov/Documents/executive_orders/eo_21‐29.pdf.

How to Apply:
• Click Here to Apply!
• Attach a cover letter (please address your cover letter to hiring manager, Brian Henson). Your cover letter must be limited to no more than three (3) pages describing how you meet the requested skills for this position (be sure to reference each requested skill separately).
• After you submit your application, be sure to respond to the public records request (PRR) authorization and gender identity question. This screen will come after you submit and will complete the process. If you are an employee, the tasks will come to your Workday inbox.
• If you are a veteran, the task to claim preference will come after the PRR and gender identity tasks. For privacy reasons, please do not attach your DD214/DD215/civil service preference letter to your application or combine it with any other required document attachments. We will ask you for your documents later in the process. If you need time to locate or order your documents from the VA, please contact the recruiter at the phone number or email under the Questions/Need Help?

For questions about the application process, contact Tiffany Ball at (tiffany.ball@dpsst.oregon.gov) or 503‐378‐4438. Please be sure that you include the job
announcement number. Please ensure you’ve provided a thorough and updated application as it pertains to the position for which you are applying. Your application materials will be used to determine salary based on a pay equity assessment. For further information, please visit the Pay Equity Project homepage.
Pay and benefits on all job announcements may change without further notice.

THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY STANDARDS AND TRAINING IS COMMITTED TO AFFIRMATIVE ACTION, EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY AND WORKPLACE DIVERSITY. Women, minorities, people with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.

 

 


I am pleased to inform you that the Minnesota State Patrol will be accepting applications to both of
our Trooper Trainee Programs!
• The Traditional Program (POST licensed & POST eligible individuals).
The Law Enforcement Training Opportunity (LETO) program (No Law Enforcement Experience Required)

Applications for both processes will be accepted at www.mntrooper.com from Monday August 23rd until 11:59 PM on September 17th 2021.

I understand that you may have questions, so please read the entirety of this email and if you still have questions after then you can send the questions to patrol.recruiter@state.mn.us

#1 The Traditional Route:
Applicants must meet the minimum selection standards for hiring as set forth in Minnesota Rules 6700.0700 to be eligible for the position of State Patrol trooper.
1. Possess a valid Minnesota peace officer’s license; OR

  • Be POST license eligible; OR
  • Pass the POST reciprocity examination for out of state peace officers; OR

Meet the military requirements for POST standards and pass the POST reciprocity examination.
Contact the Minnesota POST Board at 651-643-3036 for more information on obtaining your POST license.

Station Placement: When you apply, you will list the district that you would like to work in. In most cases, when you receive your official offer of employment, you will choose from the available district and station assignments. The Minnesota State Patrol will consider an applicant’s preference along with agency needs. We will try our best to place you in your desired area, but this cannot always be done.

Compensation: Successful candidate’s attendance at the Training Academy will be paid for by the Minnesota State Patrol. Trooper Trainees will be paid 100% of the base salary of a State Trooper (based on step 1 of the Trooper salary range) during the Trooper Training Academy. Upon completion
of training and appointment as State Patrol Trooper, Probationary Troopers will receive Trooper base pay of $62,483/year or $30.04/hour. (Plus any applicable contract adjustments).

#2 The (LETO) Law Enforcement Training Opportunity Program:
The Minnesota State Patrol LETO Program is designed for candidates with no previous law enforcement
experience.
The minimum requirement for eligibility is a 2 or 4 year degree from any regionally accredited college. Verify your school’s accreditation by visiting U.S. Department of Education or with the registrar’s office at your school. School Accreditation Finder

Your School must be accredited by at least one of the following organizations:
MSCHE – Middle States Commission on Higher Education
NEASC – New England Association of Schools and Colleges
(NEASC-CIHE) Commission on Institutions of higher Education
(NEASC-CTCI) Commission on Technical and Career Institutions
NWCCU – Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
HLC – Higher Learning Commission (Formerly NCA-North Central Association of Colleges and Schools)
SACS – Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
WASC-ACCJC – Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Accrediting Commission for Community
and Junior Colleges
(WASC-ACSCU) – Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Accrediting Commission for
senior colleges and Universities

If accepted into the program, MSP will provide LETO candidates with the educational requirements necessary to take the Minnesota Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) exam, which is required to become a licensed peace officer in the State of Minnesota. The selection process consists of an online personality assessment, physical readiness test (2000 meter row), oral board interview, background investigation, medical examination, and psychological evaluation.

Compensation: The LETO Program consists of 23 weeks of classroom and practical training at Hennepin Technical College in Brooklyn Park, MN. Tuition for successful candidate’s attendance at the Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Education Center where LETO is held will be paid for by the Minnesota State Patrol. Trooper Trainees will be paid 80% of the base salary of a State Trooper (based on step 1 of the Trooper salary range). Tuition for successful candidate’s attendance at the subsequent Training Academy will be paid for by the Minnesota State Patrol. Trooper Trainees will be paid 100% of the base salary of a State Trooper (based on step 1 of the Trooper salary range) during the Trooper Training Academy. Upon completion of training and appointment as State Patrol Trooper, Probationary Troopers will receive Trooper base pay of $62,483/year or $30.04/hour. (Plus any applicable contract adjustments). Upon completion of the LETO program, trooper trainees will attend the 14 week Minnesota State Patrol Trooper Training Academy at Camp Ripley for a total of 37 weeks of paid training.

Station Placement: When you apply, you will list the district that you would like to work in. In most cases, when you receive your official offer of employment, you will choose from the available district and station assignments. The Minnesota State Patrol will consider an applicant’s preference along with agency needs. We will try our best to place you in your desired area, but this cannot always be done. Applications for both processes close on September 17th 2021.

Still have questions? Please start by visiting www.mntrooper.com where you will find a frequently asked questions tab that does a really good job of answering the common questions that we get on a yearly basis.

If that still does not answer your question, you may call me at 651-757-1921 but there may be a wait as many applicants default to calling. Thank you for your understanding in this matter and I hope to see your application!

 

 

Law Enforcement Officer.

Introduction
This is your opportunity to make a difference in the lives of Wisconsinites by providing a valuable public service. The Department of Justice strives to protect the public and ensures that justice is done by creating teams comprised of individuals with diverse backgrounds working together to reach our goals. More information about the Department of Justice can be found on our website. In addition to being a great place to work, we offer amazing benefits, such as excellent health insurance, ample paid leave, flexible work schedules, and an employee assistance program that offers a variety of programs and resources to help promote wellness. Furthermore, state government jobs provide job stability, work/life balance, and numerous intrinsic rewards from doing meaningful work.

Position Summary
This is an executive-level position responsible for the overall management and administration of the Division of Criminal Investigation, a statewide law enforcement agency. The administrator is responsible for coordinating investigative activities with local, state and federal law enforcement organizations. The administrator also provides policy support on law enforcement issues to the Office of the Attorney General. As a leader in the justice community, the administrator will also develop strategies to support and enhance a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).

Salary Information
Starting salary for this position is between $116,875 and $132,871 per year, depending on qualifications, plus excellent benefits. Pay on appointment for current or former state employees may vary according to the applicable pay provisions found in the Wisconsin State Compensation Plan. This position is in pay schedule and range 81-01. A 2-year Career Executive trial period is required.

Job Details
Applicants must be legally entitled to work in the United States (i.e., a citizen or national of the U.S., a lawful permanent resident, an alien authorized to work in the U.S. without DOJ sponsorship) at the time of application. Applicants must meet Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards Board requirements,
which include a thorough character and background investigation, drug screening, physical examination and psychological testing. Upon hire, all new DOJ employees will be fingerprinted.

Candidates must be certified as a law enforcement officer.

Qualifications
The applicants must have education, training and/or experience in the following four areas for further consideration for this position.
1. Certification as a Law Enforcement Officer.
2. Management of Human Resources functions including assignment, transfer,
promotion, evaluation, disciplinary action. Also, strategies for fostering diversity, equity
and inclusion, fostering employee engagement, encouraging professional development,
and providing for employee health and wellness.
3. Strategic planning for a law enforcement agency including its investigative programs.
4. Management of the day-to-day operation of a law enforcement agency, including
coordinating activities with other law enforcement agencies, evaluating and developing
policies and procedures and monitoring activities to ensure efficiency and quality of
work.

How To Apply
Apply online! To apply, click on “Apply for Job” to start the application process. Once logged in, click “Apply for Job” and follow the steps outlined in the application process. You will be required to submit a letter of qualifications and resume. Each time you apply for a job; you should update and tailor your resume and letter of qualifications. You should clearly describe your education, training, and experience related to the items listed in the “Qualifications” section of the job announcement. These qualifications should be addressed in your resume and expanded upon in your letter of qualifications. This will allow a fuller assessment regarding your qualifications and those required for the job applying for.
Your resume should include the following:

• Your educational background including any course work that relates to the position in which you are applying.
• Your employment history, including experiences and/or duties and a summary of accomplishments and skills learned or used.
• Any training or experience, including volunteer work or internships, you have related specifically to the “Qualifications” section of the assessment.
• Spell out any acronyms and/or abbreviations the first time used. Your letter of qualifications should include:
• Additional information regarding your past work experience, including volunteer work and internships, or coursework you have taken.
• Highlights of your most relevant skills and experiences as they related to the specific job you are applying for.
• Specific examples that clearly demonstrates your level of expertise. What not to include in your resume or letter of qualifications:
Your application materials should not include any information that is not job-related, such as race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, creed, disability, or genetic information. Further, do not include any self-identifying information such as photos, social security numbers, political affiliation, citizen status or conviction records.

Application materials will be evaluated, and the most qualified applicants will be invited to participate in the next step of the process. References will be requested from top candidates once interviews have taken place.

NOTE: Current/former State employees interested in a permissive transfer, demotion or reinstatement consideration must also apply.

Deadline to Apply
Deadline for application is August 25, 2021, at 11:59 p.m.
Questions about this position can be directed to Jan Zadra, Human Resources
Specialist, via email at zadrajp@doj.state.wi.us.


 

 

Police Chief

THE POSITION
Under administrative direction of the City Manager, the Police Chief plans, directs, manages, and oversees the activities and operations of the Police Department; coordinates assigned activities with other City departments and outside agencies; builds and maintains relationships with the community utilizing the principles of community policing; provides expert professional assistance to the City Council, City Manager, and others; and performs related duties as assigned.
The Police Chief will build upon the Police Department’s foundation of teamwork, community connection, and common purpose and advance the department toward higher use of community policing, data-driven decision-making, and innovative practices.

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE
The City of Rocklin seeks a Police Chief with a passion for inspirational leadership and community collaboration and who will bring a fresh perspective to the department. The next Police Chief will be a strategic leader who embraces partnerships and leverages those relationships to implement the department’s mission and vision. The Police Chief must be an active practitioner of community-oriented policing and problem solving, and have a demonstrated history of building and maintaining partnerships between their respective department and communities to address crime and quality of life challenges. The successful candidate will be an exceptional communicator with a demonstrated ability to collaborate with other agency departments, staff, and a wide array of community organizations and individuals. The ideal candidate will have the ability to lead with integrity, confidence, and proactively address issues through an intellectual, data-driven, and respectful approach.
In addition to the qualifications above, the ideally qualified candidate will also:
• Leverage the strengths of both sworn and professional staff to continue building a spirit of teamwork and common purpose.
• Possess a balance of “big picture” perspective and a focus on “day-to-day” operations, while driving a true community-oriented focus throughout the department.
• Possess exceptional leadership and people skills, and be able to work with and establish relationships with the City’s numerous stakeholders including the City’s executive team, elected officials, business owners, and other members of the community.
• Be able to provide hands-on leadership to encourage and motivate the department.
• Be comfortable in a public-facing role; and participate as appropriate in community activities while knowing the appropriate times to serve in a support function.
• Have the highest level of ethics; be able to create an environment of trust and respect; and be a person of humility.
• Demonstrate a commitment to the municipal chain of command and effectively manage expectations of the City Manager and City Council.
• Welcome input and embrace varying perspectives; be forward thinking; and be fair and open-minded.
• Exemplify community policing and set the tone and direction for the department on working with the public and other stakeholders.
• Have strong budgetary skills, as well as the ability to access grants and other external funding to support the department’s operations.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
A bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in criminal justice, law enforcement, police science, psychology, public or business administration, or a closely related field (a master’s degree is desirable);
AND
Ten (10) years of increasingly responsible supervisory and administrative experience as a sworn law enforcement officer, including at least four (4) years at the rank of lieutenant or above.
Licenses and Certifications:
Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Management Certificate
Incumbents must pass a thorough background investigation. Must meet physical, psychological, and background standards established by POST as well as ongoing peace officer requirements pursuant to federal, state, and local legislation. This classification functions as a peace officer within the authority and limits of California Penal Code Sections 830.1(a) and 832.

HOW TO APPLY
Applicants are encouraged to apply online. This recruitment is open until filled; the first application review will be 8/27/2021.
https://www.calopps.org/rocklin/job-20147099
For more information, please contact Elise Hardy at elise.hardy@rocklin.ca.us or 916-625-5057.


 

 

City of Huntington Beach, CA
Police Chief

The City of Huntington Beach is seeking candidates for the Police Chief position. Candidates that are excited about the opportunity to take a key leadership role in this area for one of the nation’s most desirable, premier coastal communities are encouraged to apply. An inspiring and hardworking leader who has mastered the art of helping others see what’s possible, the ideal candidate will be of the highest integrity and considered a role model in the profession. Competitive candidates will possess at least ten (10) years of increasingly responsible command and supervisory experience in a full-service police department. Five (5) years in a command position equivalent to a Police Captain and/or Assistant/Deputy Police Chief is desirable.

Experience as a current Police Chief is preferred. A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Administration of Justice, Criminology, Public Administration, or a closely related field. A Master’s degree is preferred. A California POST Management and/or Executive Certification is preferred. Graduation from California POST Command College, FBI National Academy, or similar course is preferred. The salary range for the Police Chief is open and DOQ. If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please apply online at www.bobmurrayassoc.com. Contact Gary Phillips at (916) 784-9080 with any questions.


 

 

Police Chief
City of West Linn Police Department (OR)

West Linn, Oregon, is located approximately 10 miles south of Portland along the Willamette River in Clackamas County. Bordered by the beautiful Willamette and Tualatin rivers, farmland, and natural areas, West Linn is known as the “city of hills, trees, and rivers,” where residents enjoy scenic views of the Willamette Falls and Mount Hood and are close to many of Oregon’s greatest attractions, such as the Cascade Mountains, Oregon Wine Country, the Columbia River Gorge, and the Oregon Coast. The City has a total area of approximately 8 square miles, a population of about 26,000, and a median household income of $111,042. Consistently ranked as one of the safest and most desirable places to live in Oregon, West Linn offers outstanding schools, quality of life, and unbeatable regional attractions.

West Linn’s Police Chief reports to the City Manager and is a member of the City of West Linn (City) management team that provides leadership to the overall operation of the City. This position creates a diverse and inclusive Department to meet the needs of a diverse and inclusive community. This position leads the West Linn Police Department to provide the community with patrol and emergency response, crime prevention and investigation, animal control, code enforcement, community engagement and education, special needs assistance like mental health, domestic violence, and substance abuse, records and information maintenance, and other related police functions. Functions will be reviewed and may be adjusted periodically by the City Manager to ensure continuity and efficacy.

DOCUMENTS:

Salary Range: $111,015–151,518 annually. Starting salary is dependent upon experience and qualifications. The West Linn Police Department also includes an excellent benefits package.

Please submit a signed and completed application, cover letter, resume, and any other relevant supporting documentation no later than 5:00 p.m. PST on Friday, August 20, 2021.

Application materials must be sent electronically, with a return receipt request, to: recruitment@esci.us


 

 

Deputy Chief of Police

Oakland Housing Authority

SALARY: $183,605 – $212,925 DOE/DOQ

The Oakland Housing Authority (OHA) seeks their next Deputy Chief of Police to assist in the leadership of the OHA’s Police Department and work closely with the OHA’s Chief of Police to champion community engagement efforts to effectively assure the sustainment and availability of quality housing for low-income persons, to promote the civic involvement and economic self-sufficiency of residents, and to further the expansion of affordable housing within Oakland. The Deputy Chief of Police position is intended to be transitional to the Chief of Police. This position is a newly created position aimed at assisting the OHA with backfilling and developing the next Chief of Police, the current is expected to retire in the next 12 months. The successful candidate will play a pivotal role in leading the Department through a time of change in societal expectations and approaches to policing and resource allocation. The community and OHA expects the next Deputy Chief of Police to believe and adhere to the provision of equity and community partnership.

THE JOB & IDEAL CANDIDATE

The Deputy Chief of Police (Deputy) reports directly to the Chief of Police. This position is a newly created position aimed at assisting the OHA with backfilling and developing the next Chief of Police, the current is expected to retire in the next 12 months. The next Deputy Chief of Police will be excited at the opportunity to transition into the Chief of Police role and will work closely with the Chief of Police as part of their succession planning efforts.

In addition to being ethical, well qualified, and experienced, the Deputy will be responsible for championing community engagement efforts to effectively ensure the sustainment and availability of quality housing for low-income persons, to promote the civic involvement and economic self-sufficiency of residents, and to further the expansion of affordable housing within Oakland. The Deputy will plan, organize, and manage the activities of three of the four major police service areas: (1) Field Operations; (2) Investigations; and (3) Communications. Developing and implementing goals, objectives, policies, procedures, and the annual budget is a key responsibility of the Deputy and this person must be confident in their knowledge and communication skills to comfortably discuss current issues in policing with the community, members of the police department, and the OHA’s Executive Director and Board of Commissioners.

Because this is a smaller department in a specialized organization, the Deputy Chief of Police will collaborate across all OHA departments and will effectively manage the department’s budget, personnel, and other administrative functions. The next Deputy Chief of Police will play a pivotal role in leading the Department through a time of change in societal expectations, approaches to policing and resource allocation.

The ideal candidate will be a creative, compassionate problem-solver who is committed to open and transparent communication with the OHA and the community it serves. The community expects the next Deputy to believe and adhere to the provision of equity, community partnership, and the mission and vision of OHA. The ideal candidate will have a passion for coaching, succession planning, and developing staff as critical assets of the organization and community at large.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Possess a bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college.

Must have at least four years of management experience, equivalent to the level of Lieutenant in the Oakland Housing Authority Police Department in a municipal, county, or specialized law enforcement agency.

or, any equivalent combination of education and experience that provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities listed below.

Possess a valid California Driver’s license and have a satisfactory driving record.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Possession of a POST Management Certificate, completion of the POST Command College Program or FBI National Academy, or a Master’s Degree are highly desirable.

Salary and Benefits: Annual Salary: $183,605 – $212,925 DOE/DOQ, and an attractive benefits package that includes:

SICK LEAVE is accrued at the rate of approximately one day per month.

VACATION LEAVE for new employees is accrued at the rate of 10 days each year.

MANAGEMENT, SUPERVISORY, PROFESSIONAL AND CONFIDENTIAL EMPLOYEES are also entitled to a management benefit package reimbursement plan and 10 days of administrative leave per year.

PAID HOLIDAYS There are 13 and one half each year.

RETIREMENT The Authority is a member of CalPERS Retirement System. The Authority participates in Social Security and Deferred Compensation plans are also available to employees at their option.

TO SEE THE FULL RECRUITMENT BROCHURE, VISIT: https://indd.adobe.com/view/168a6586-8db1-4b20-a2fc-7fc964aee14a

HOW TO APPLY: for first consideration APPLY by August 11, 2021, at:

https://wbcpinc.com/job-board

SECURE THE DATES:

Interviews will be held on Thursday, September 2nd and Friday, September 3rd (candidates invited to interview will need to be available for both days – these interviews will be conducted in person.)

Please contact your recruiter, Sam Sackman, with any questions:

sam@wbcpinc.com

541-630-0657 (direct) 866-929-9227 (Toll Free)

The Oakland Housing Authority does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age, veteran’s status or disability in the employment or the provision of services.


 

 

Student Wellness Liaison/Academy Instructor (Public Safety Training Specialist 1)

Department of Public Safety Standards and Training
Student Wellness Liaison/Academy Instructor (Public Safety Training Specialist 1)
Recruitment closes: 8/3/2021
Salary Range: $4,436-$6,789

• This is one, regular, full-time position located in Salem, OR (4190 Aumsville Hwy SE). Employees who are Public Employee Retirement System (PERS) participating members will have their base salary increased by 6.95% and pay a 6% employee contribution to PERS; the salary range noted
above reflects base salary only.

About DPSST:
The Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) oversees the development of professional standards and the delivery of quality training for law enforcement officers, corrections officers, parole and probation officers, firefighters, telecommunicators, and emergency medical dispatchers. DPSST is also the regulatory agency that enforces employment and training standards for the above listed public safety disciplines and licenses proprietary security managers, security contractors and officers, polygraph examiners, and private investigators.

What you will be doing:
Instruct classes of various topics; exercise a high level of communication and technical skills to deliver effective presentations and maintain effective class control and learning environment, and to effectively interact with inter- and intra- agency personnel. These classes may occur in a formal classroom or in other skill venues as described below:

Provides instruction in skills related venues including, but not limited to defensive tactics, handcuffing procedures, threat control, weapon retention, use of force, firearms related topics, ground defense techniques, scenario based training, etc. These courses will be presented to basic public safety students and other Training Officers. Demonstrates current technical proficiency in these areas. Demonstrates competence as a presenter in various areas of scenario-based training, confrontational simulation, range 3000/Milo, fielding questions from students, and instructors. Safe and effective use of training equipment to include the use of simunition weapons.

Acts as student wellness liaison. Address student concerns, assist with study habits / techniques, provide resources as needed, act as support system to help create student success, be present for students exhibiting signs of distress, be a conduit to class coordinators and instructors to help create success. Act as after-hours duty officer. This entails lowering flags at day’s end, securing specific doors, verifying classroom computers and projectors are shut down, carry duty officer phone for after-hours concerns, monitor gate functionality, assist students with questions or concerns.

For a complete position description, please email Staci Stilwell (staci.stilwell@state.or.us).
Working Conditions:
a. The hours of this position are 9:30 am-8:00 pm Monday-Thursday, including holidays when training
is occurring.
b. Interstate travel 15-25% of the time in all types of weather.
c. Presentation of programs in all types of weather.
d. Working extended hours as needed.
e. Frequent exertion and lifting of equipment.
f. Participation in firearms, defensive tactics, emergency vehicle operation confrontational simulation,
building searches, physical fitness and related skills training if necessary; this could include exposure to
extreme noises, temperature, reduced lighting, poor air quality, biting insects, and noxious weeds

What’s in it for you:
• This is a PERS Police & Fire position.
• Free parking!
• Work/life balance and 10 paid holidays a year, and competitive benefits packages. Click here to visit our full benefits website.
• Live, work, and play in Salem, Oregon

Minimum Qualifications:
Three years of professional level experience related to the instructional assignment, and/or based on ORS 181A.355 through 181A.670.Typically this experience is in the area of public safety (law enforcement officers, adult and youth corrections officers, parole and probation officers, fire service professionals, telecommunicators, and emergency medical dispatchers). Experience must have included delivering structured training sessions or on-the-job training.

Requested skills:
If you have these qualities, let us know in your cover letter as well as the job history section of your application! It’s how we will choose whom to move forward.
• Experience working in public safety
• Experience working with and mentoring young people
• Background teaching/coaching/instructing/peer support
• Background with resiliency, wellness practices, health or work/education/training in mental health
• Experience in crisis management

How to Apply:
Please click here to view the full job announcement, and to apply.

THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY STANDARDS AND TRAINING IS COMMITTED TO AFFIRMATIVE ACTION, EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY AND WORKPLACE DIVERSITY.


 

 

Use of Force Instructor (Public Safety Training Specialist 1)

Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training Use of Force Instructor (Public Safety Training Specialist 1)
Recruitment Closes: 8/3/2021
Salary Range: $4,436-$6,789

• This is one, regular, full-time position located in Salem, OR (4190 Aumsville Hwy SE).
• This recruitment will be used to establish a list of qualified applicants and may be used to fill future vacancies.
• This position is represented by Oregon Public Safety Association.

Employees who are Public Employee Retirement System (PERS) participating members will have their base salary increased by 6.95% and pay a 6% employee contribution to PERS; the salary range noted above reflects base salary only.

About DPSST:
The Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) oversees the development of professional standards and the delivery of quality training for law enforcement officers, corrections officers, parole and probation officers, firefighters, telecommunicators, and emergency medical dispatchers. DPSST is also the regulatory agency that enforces employment and training standards for the above listed public safety disciplines and licenses proprietary security managers, security contractors and officers, polygraph examiners, and private investigators.

What you will be doing:
Provide subject matter expertise and instruction primarily in the Use of Force program, both classroom instruction and scenario evaluation.
Instruct classes; exercise a high level of communication and technical skills to deliver effective presentations and maintain effective class control and learning environment, and to effectively interact with inter- and intra- agency personnel.

Instruction may also be delivered in other skill related areas including, but not limited to use of force, scenario based training, various areas of scenario-based training, firearms, range 3000/Milo, fielding questions from students, and instructors. Ensures the safe and effective use of training equipment to
include the use of simunition weapons and live firearms.

Facilitate pre-designed coursework and/or activities. Create and adapt personal delivery methods considering the context of public safety and the training curriculum. Coach and evaluate course participants regarding their achievement of learning outcomes. Provide written and verbal feedback to training coordinators regarding participant performance and/or course design, materials, activities, etc.  For a complete position description, please email Staci Stilwell (staci.stilwell@state.or.us).

Working Conditions:
a. Must be physically capable of performing the following:

• Sit or stand continuously for extended periods of time
• Walk/run on irregular, potentially hazardous surfaces
• Walk up/down stairs
• Bend over from waist to pick up objects, etc.
• Carry objects from one location to another, including up/down stairs or steps
• Lift objects up off the ground
• Lift objects down from elevated surfaces (waist high or above) and place on ground/floor
• Get up from/down on the ground repeatedly
• Experience twisting and turning of the torso, arms, legs, neck and head in various directions
• Experience pressure applied against various joints
• Repetitively draw a handgun from a holster
• Experience repetitive recoil from a fired handgun

b. Interstate travel 15-25% of the time in all types of weather.
c. Presentation of training in all types of weather.
d. Working extended hours as needed.
e. Frequent exertion and lifting of equipment.
f. Participation in firearms, defensive tactics, emergency vehicle operation, patrol procedures, physical fitness, and related skills training if necessary; this could include exposure to extreme noises, temperature, reduced lighting, poor air quality, biting insects, and noxious weeds.

What’s in it for you:
• This is a PERS Police & Fire position.
• Free parking!
• Work/life balance and 10 paid holidays a year, and competitive benefits packages. Click here to visit our full benefits website.
• Live, work, and play in Salem, Oregon Minimum Qualifications:

Three years of professional level experience related to the instructional assignment, and/or based on ORS 181A.355 through 181A.670.Typically this experience is in the area of public safety (law enforcement officers, adult and youth corrections officers, parole and probation officers, fire service professionals, telecommunicators, and emergency medical dispatchers).

Experience must have included delivering structured training sessions or on-the-job training.
Requested skills:
If you have these qualities, let us know in your cover letter as well as the job history section of your application! It’s how we will choose whom to move forward.
• Advanced level of Use of Force training (UoF and/or ConSim Instructor or other advanced training.
• More than a basic level of Firearms and/or DT training
• 5 or more years of police experience
• Experience with facilitated learning model
• Experience in coaching, training, or teaching

How to Apply:
Please click here to view the full job announcement, and to apply.
THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY STANDARDS AND TRAINING IS COMMITTED TO AFFIRMATIVE ACTION, EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY AND WORKPLACE DIVERSITY.


 

 

Police Chief for City of Huntington, WV.

Requires individual with extensive background in law enforcement, demonstrated leadership and management ability. Proven track record of collaboration with community leaders and regional, state and federal law enforcement agencies. Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, public administration or related field, including previous command experience; master’s degree preferable. Responsible for administering Department budget of 13.9 million and providing direction for 109 sworn and 9 civilian employees. Salary range $85,288-95,611; excellent fringe benefits. Valid driver’s license.

The City of Huntington is located along the banks of the Ohio River, spanning approximately 18 square miles and has a population of approximately 44,000 with culturally and economically diverse residents. Home to Marshall University, Huntington is a thriving metropolitan area within easy driving distance to
any other small towns and rural communities. Its size and location within the Tri-State make it the industrial and economic center of southern West Virginia and a medical, commercial, educational and cultural hub.

Send cover letter and resume to HR Director Sherry Lewis via email: lewiss@huntingtonwv.gov.

Resumes will be received through the close of business on Friday, 8/6/21. EOE/M/F/H


 

 

Police Officer (multiple position)

Full Time
Hiring Range: $4,963 – $5,963 monthly

Job Summary:
Responsible for the enforcement of all California State laws and University policies. Provide crime prevention by safeguarding University and personal property through motorized and foot patrol of assigned areas. Obtain evidence, apprehend violators, perform arrests and appear in courts as a witness. Enforce all posted University speed regulations using police radio patrol cars, respond to all radio calls or disturbances, assist in transporting the ill and injured as required. Investigate and make appropriate reports on accidents, property damage, fires, law violations and disturbances of the peace occuring on campus.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 
Knowledge and Abilities: 
• Valid California driver’s 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 writing clear and comprehensive reports.
• Demonstrated ability to think and act effectively in emergency and sensitive situations.

Education and Experience: 
• High school diploma or equivalent.
• Successful completion of a P.O.S.T. certified training program, including obtaining a Basic Course Certificate.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
1. Ability to operate state vehicles and various police-oriented equipment.
2. Ability to work cooperatively with various levels of faculty, staff, students, and outside agencies.
3. Ability to communicate and perform duties effectively in a professional manner during situations that may rapidly evolve.
4. Ability to maintain tact and sensitivity.
5. Organizational skills.
6. Ability to work with a diverse environment.
7. Must meet all employment requirements established by P.O.S.T. and State Law.
Other
8. California Basic P.O.S.T. Certificate Required or P.O.S.T. Academy Graduate.
9. Experience as a police officer in an academic setting.
10. AA degree/60 units desirable, and must have been awarded 6 semester units or 9 quarter units of job related college credit at date of hire or within 24 months thereafter.

Required Licenses / Certifications:
California Basic P.O.S.T. Certificate Required or P.O.S.T. Academy Graduate.

Valid California Driver’s License and maintenance of safe driving record required.

Special Instructions to Applicants
Recruitment has been re-posted and updated as of July 13, 2021. See revised information below regarding application deadline.

Final deadline for applications is 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, August 31, 2021.

Please provide proof of licensure — proof of POST certificate (basic) and/or proof of POST graduation, and proof of valid California Driver’s License. These items must be uploaded as a single document.

Some applicants may qualify for a waiver from assessment center testing, or portion(s) thereof. Applicants moving forward in the process will be notified of their status in this regard.

Candidate(s) selected for the position will need to successfully pass the thorough background check completed by the Sacramento State Police Department before a conditional offer is made.

Final appointment is contingent upon successfully passing the P.O.S.T Police medical examination and psychological screening.

Posting Number
AS0845P
Number of Vacancies multiple
Open Date 01/14/2021
Close Date 08/31/2021

Contact Name
Employment Services
Contact Phone
916-278-6326


 

 

Chief of Police

City of Pullman, Washington
$101,316 —$123,156 Plus a full benefits package

Due to the retirement of the current, highly regarded Chief of Police, the City of Pullman is looking for its next extraordinary leader to carry on the legacy of excellence. “Our department is staffed by quality men and women, who are committed to this community. Every day, the civilian and commissioned members of the Pullman Police Department earn the distinction of ‘Pullman’s finest.’ The nature of police work often exposes employees to the worst and most dangerous circumstances. Yet, day in and day out, staff remain committed to doing their best so that others may enjoy a safe community“ said Chief Gary Jenkins.
The Pullman Police Department embraces the community-oriented policing model of active community engagement and cooperation.
We strive to work in partnership with our community, recognizing the value of engagement and collaboration toward improving public safety.
The next Chief of Police for Pullman will have the knowledge & abilities to:

  • Plan, implement, direct, coordinate and evaluate department programs and personnel, and training.
  • Ability to be neutral and nonpartisan in order to unify varying socioeconomic and political divides to promote equity and inclusion within the community & department.
  • Lead, motivate, and maintain a high level of discipline and morale
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with city officials, other local governments; state and federal authorities, department managers, the city administrator, community organizations, Washington State University representatives, and the general public
  • Analyze police administrative concepts, problems, and situations, and then propose effective and reasonable courses of action
  • Provide quality services in a cost-effective manner and recommend improved methods of performing the work
  • Instill judgment and discretion into those with arrest or enforcement authority
  • Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing

EDUCATION
Bachelor’s degree (master’s degree preferred) in criminal justice, public administration, or a related field.

EXPERIENCE
Must be currently employed with a law enforcement agency. Ten years of progressively responsible police supervisory and managerial experience; five of which must have been equivalent to the rank of lieutenant or above (middle management) in a comparably sized department, and two of which must have been equivalent to the rank of captain or above (second in command) in a comparably sized department.

DUTIES

  • Plans, organizes, and directs the enforcement of applicable laws, ordinances, city codes, and crime prevention activities of the Police Department
  • Develops, coordinates, and evaluates new programs or revises existing programs to achieve the level of law enforcement activities established by state and federal mandates, the City Council, needs of the community, and directives of the Mayor and City Administrator.
  • Analyzes data and prepares appropriate responses to address concerns identified in the community; reviews activities and results for accomplishment of stated objectives; maintains an updated management information system for program development/administration
  • Attends City Council meetings to receive and provide information as appropriate; researches information/data and prepares reports to City Council, police advisory committee, other city departments, other law enforcement agencies, various groups, and the general public
  • Has a commitment to and actively demonstrates the ability to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion within the department & community.
  • Serves as Disaster Emergency Coordinator whose responsibilities include: review and update of Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan, maintaining liaison with the state and federal agencies during the planning process for emergency management preparedness, conducting training and exercises pertaining to disaster preparedness, and overseeing the implementation of the Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan during actual emergencies, from the warning stage through the mitigation stage. The Disaster Emergency Coordinator shall also be responsible for activating the Emergency Operations Center upon declaration of an emergency by the Mayor.
  • Monitors the expenditure of departmental appropriations and prepares budget documents
  • Plans and directs police training programs through subordinate personnel
  • Cooperates, coordinates, and communicates with other local, state, and federal law enforcement personnel on police matters; serves as incident commander
  • Selects persons for original appointment with the department and for promotions within the department; reviews employee performance evaluations and prepares evaluations; serves as an advisor during labor negotiations; interprets and administers union contracts; administers personnel policies.
  • Meets with various groups and individuals to explain the activities and functions of the Police Department and to establish favorable public relations; assures local news media have available information pertaining to public safety and police activities in accordance with public disclosure laws; submits and responds to feedback directly related to the police department and/or police function.

WAGES / BENEFITS
$101,316—$123,156 DOQ

  • Low-deductible medical (covers all your dependents—including spouses, with no or low cost-sharing options available)
  • 100% paid dental for staff & all dependents
  • 100% paid vision for staff & all dependents
  • Life & Accidental Death & Dismembership Insurance
  • Short-term disability insurance
  • 12 paid holidays
  • Paid time off: sick, vacation & administrative comp leave
  • Participation in the WA State Law Enforcement and Fire Fighters (LEOFF) retirement plan
  • Additional elective deductions: Supplemental Life Insurance, Healthcare & Daycare FSA plan options, Deferred Compensation Program, discounted Life Flight and Parks & Recreation membership

Chief of Police – City of Edlinburg, TX

At the northernmost point of the Rio Grande Valley, Edinburg is the gateway to South Texas and the county seat of Hidalgo County. Edinburg’s proximity to the border offers opportunities for recreation, travel, and business in both Texas and Mexico. The community is safe, family-friendly, educated, and passionate. The Rio Grande Valley offers easy access to quality schools and excellent healthcare options providing Edinburg’s 100,000+ residents a unique lifestyle and the opportunity to try new things, be good neighbors, and take pride in their community.

The Edinburg Police Department comprises 161 sworn officers and 63 civilian employees with the jurisdiction of approximately 45 square miles, serving more than 87,000 residents. The Police Department utilizes specialized divisions to detect crime and enforce City and State laws to make Edinburg a safe place to live, work, and visit. The City of Edinburg is seeking a servant leader with strong interpersonal skills and an inclusive management style to serve as the new Chief of Police. As the leader of a well-respected and important department in the City of Edinburg, the Chief of Police must actively display fairness and equitability across all levels of the Department. The selected candidate will be a person of integrity who cares about people and has a proven record of building a positive, engaging culture, and who leads by example both within the department and in the community at large.

The position requires a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, public or business administration, or a related field from an accredited college or university. The selected candidate must be eligible for certification by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement at the Intermediate level or its equivalent as determined by that Commission. At least 10 years of experience in law enforcement work including five years in an executive level of law enforcement management is required. The person hired for this position must have attained the minimum rank of Captain/Deputy Chief or an equivalent position in a comparable or larger agency. Preference will be given to candidates who have graduated from the FBI National Academy or other Police leadership development programs; have experience as a Municipal Police Chief, or have worked with a municipal police department in Texas and/or along the United States-Mexico border.

The starting salary range is $100,000 – $130,000, commensurate with education and experience.

Please apply online at: http://bit.ly/SGROpenRecruitments

For more information on this position contact:
Kurt Hodgen, Sr. Vice President
KurtHodgen@GovernmentResource.com
540-820-0531


Certified Police Officer – Lateral

Village of Huntley

The Huntley Police Department is Hiring Experienced Police Officers for Lateral Transfer.

Website: www.huntley.il.us

Starting Salary: $64,130 – $82,442 (as of 1/1/21)

Current Assigned Shift Schedules: rotating 12 hour shifts, every other weekend off

Population: 29,563

Sworn Officers: 36

Application Deadline: 07/15/2021

The Village of Huntley Police Department is seeking qualified, experienced Police Officers for lateral entry.

The Huntley Police Department is committed to providing professional service through a well-trained staff working with the community and other departments and agencies to maintain a safe, friendly village.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • State of Illinois Law Enforcement Certification from the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board as a law enforcement officer. (Part-time certification as a law enforcement officer does not meet this requirement.)
  • Education – High School diploma or its equivalent and an Associate’s Degree (Associate’s Degree requirement waived for qualifying military service.
  • Experience – at least 2 years’ experience as a full-time sworn, certified law enforcement officer with the 3 years preceding the date of application. Municipal experience preferred.
  • In good standing in the police department in which the person serves, or laid off due to budgetary restraints.

Hiring Process:

There is no guarantee of an interview or further consideration for candidates submitting an application. Upon recommendation by the interview committee, qualified candidates may receive a conditional offer of employment and participate in additional post-offer screenings and examinations including but not limited to: polygraph examination, psychological evaluation; character and background investigation and credit check; medical examinations and drug screening.

To apply for this position, or obtain additional information, please the Village’s website: https://www.huntley.il.us/patrol_officer_recruitment.php

Visit our Facebook page at:

https://www.facebook.com/HuntleyPolice

The Village of Huntley is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


MTA Police Captain

SALARY: $156,429 (salary non-negotiable)
DEPT/DIV: MTA Police Department
SUPERVISOR: Deputy Inspector or above
LOCATION: Various (locations within the MTA service area)
HOURS OF WORK: 10 Hour shifts, 4 days a week with 3 consecutive rest days.

DEADLINE: August 8, 2021
This position is represented by COA and is subject to a one- year probationary period*

Summary
To supervise, coordinate and review a designated shift and/or staff of uniform personnel and, in some cases support staff, in various commands or districts in a specific geographical or functional area of responsibility. The captain is accountable for all matters relating to their assigned district of operations, including but not limited to security, emergency calls, investigations, crowd control, and assistance as may be required by a police presence in order to assure the safe and effective transportation of our customers and employees.

Responsibilities

  • The position of Captain will supervise, direct and oversee all Police operations within their assigned area. The Captain will be accountable to ensure that the staff is fully trained in all laws and amendments to those laws that exist in the geographic District or service area they are assigned to.
  • The Police Captain will (depending on assignment) assign and review work of office service support staff including security, and other routine law enforcement support activities.
  • The Police Captain will be accountable to respond to major incidents and emergencies on a 24 hour / seven-day basis.
  • The incumbent will schedule, prepare and may instruct departmental training sessions.
  • The Police Captain will interpret regulations, ordinances, laws and codes for their staff.
  • The incumbents will develop, evaluate and review strategies tailored to the District to reduce crime and limit confusion at the same time striving to increase customer and employee sense of security.
  • The incumbents will develop a close working contact with the police forces of the State, City, and local town police departments within our service area, and the management of the MTA Agencies to implement coordinated action plans with them to address potential and actual criminal activity and coordinated emergency / disaster responses.
  • The Police Captains will maintain close working relationships with key community officials in the area served, to establish a relationship of trust and understanding with the community and to increase sensitivity to local issues.
  • The Police Captains will assure that the policies and objectives of the Chief of Police are clearly understood and followed by the District command and uniformed staff. The Captains will keep their immediate supervisors fully aware of any and all issues in the field that may impact the Department. The Captains will also as MTA employees be familiar with the policies and procedures of the MTA and will be accountable to same.
  • The Police Captains will perform any and all related police duties as assigned to maintain an effective and professional police force.

Qualifications

  • Internal applicants must currently hold the rank of Lieutenant to apply with a minimum of six (6) months of experience. * The one (1) year probationary period is waived for internal applicants with more than one (1) year experience in the position of Lieutenant at the time of appointment.
  • External Applicants must have a minimum of one (1) year of experience in the sworn position of Lieutenant. External applicants will qualify only if their sworn experience is from a NYS DCJS Certified Police Department.
  • A Bachelor’s degree in Law Enforcement or a related area (or equivalent years of sworn law enforcement experience)
  • Flexibility to work various tours as well as different work locations based on the need of the Department
  • Incumbents need to have a proven thorough knowledge and understanding of principles of police and court administration, court rulings and ability to apply this knowledge to police and civil operations within their district.
  • Knowledge of standard operating procedures of the MNR, LIRR and Transit operations preferred.
  • Should have a basic understanding of police computer systems.
  • Knowledge of NYS and Conn. Penal Law, Criminal Procedure, Family Court, Vehicle and Traffic Laws, Railroad Law, and local, counties, town and village ordinances of the district to which they work.
  • Must possess strong communication skills.

Other Information

Applicants who meet the above listed qualifications may be considered for additional steps in the process to include participation in a panel interview. Applicants are not guaranteed appointment to the rank of Police Captain, even if they meet each of the above qualifications.

 

We offer a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package.

How to Apply

Qualified individuals interested in MTA Headquarters employment opportunities must apply through the MTA’s online application and recruitment system. Please visit our website at https://new.mta.info/careers click on See all open MTA positions and search for MTA Police Captain

or job ID: 97565

MTA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

City of Costa Mesa, CA
POLICE CHIEF

The City of Costa Mesa is conducting a national search for a community service minded, innovative, progressive, and dynamic law enforcement professional to lead the Costa Mesa Police Department. With a FY 2020/21 budget of $48.3 million and a total staff of 216 full-time employees, the Police Chief will function as an effective advocate for the Department while balancing the needs of the community. It is imperative that the Police Chief be committed to transparency, collaboration, diversity and cultural sensitivity, and community engagement, accessibility, and outreach. This position requires extensive, progressively responsible experience in law enforcement and crime prevention work, including considerable supervisory and administrative experience. Graduation from an
accredited four-year college/university with major course work in criminal justice, administration of justice, public administration, or a related field is required. 5 years of extensive and increasingly responsible administrative and management experience in law enforcement while achieving the rank of Captain or its equivalent, is required. Prior experience as a Police Chief in a diverse and complex city and/or a Master’s degree is desired. Requirements also include possession of a POST Management Certificate (or equivalent). Completion of the POST Command College Program or FBI National Academy is desirable.

The City will offer a highly competitive salary to the selected candidate that is DOQE as well as an attractive benefits package, including CalPERS retirement.
Interested candidates should apply by submitting a compelling cover letter and comprehensive resume via email to apply@ralphandersen.com no later than Tuesday, July 6, 2021.

Confidential inquiries welcomed to Mr. Fred Wilson, Ralph Andersen & Associates at (916) 630-4900 or (714) 421-3258. Detailed
brochure available at www.ralphandersen.com/jobs/police-chief-costa-mesa-ca/


City of FitchBurg, Wisconsin
POLICE CHIEF

$135,283.20-$137,987.20 starting;
$145,308.80 pay range maximum

The City of Fitchburg is pleased to announce the recruitment and selection process for our Police Chief. Fitchburg seeks a collaborative, customer-focused and visionary leader to manage and administer the operations, functions, and activities of the Fitchburg Police Department.  The City of Fitchburg is extremely diverse.  The ideal candidate will foster an environment that promotes and celebrates diversity, equity and inclusion.

We invite you to view our Police Chiefbrochure for background information on the City, the Department, as well as the desired qualifications for this position.

The City offers excellent benefits including access to our onsite fitness center. To view the full job announcement including hiring process and timeline and to apply online, please visit our website.  Applications must be received no later than June 28, 2021 to be considered.


Police Major

EEO Class Code: First/Mid Level Officials and Managers
Union Status: Unclassified
FLSA Code: Exempt

The Town of Pembroke Park Job Description
Department: Police
Supervises: Police Lieutenant
Position Reports To: Chief of Police
Sworn: Yes


JOB SPECIFICATIONS

NATURE OF WORK
Under general direction, performs administrative and operational work in planning, directing and evaluating the activities and operations of a specific bureau or division within the Police Department oversees budgetary, administrative and supervisory functions; and performs other related duties and special projects as assigned.

STATE OF EMERGENCY

When normal operations of Town departments are suspended or interrupted due to a declaration by the Mayor that a state of emergency exists, all employees will be deemed critical by the Town. For the preparation and/or continuation of emergency operations or for special work detail, employees deemed necessary  shall be required to work. This is a condition of employment.

ILLUSTRATIVE TASKS
Tasks required of those in the position of Police Major include, but are not limited to:

  • Oversees proper scheduling of all divisional personnel; and approves assignment and manpower distribution for division responsibilities.
  • Prepares, administers, and monitors the bureau budget and approves all expenditures.
  • Conducts research and strategic planning functions.
  • Analyzes type and severity of crime occurring throughout the Town and makes recommendations for patrol strength adjustments. (depending on assignment).
  • Responds to major crime scenes or incidents and fulfills all requirements of a certified sworn officer.
  • Reviews deadly force and physical confrontation incidents. (depending on assignment)
  • Evaluates and analyzes bureau problems and recommends and implements solutions.
  • Oversees selection of staff, completes employee performance appraisals, evaluates assigned staff, and reviews and recommends disposition of discipline.
  • Plans, formulates, and revises policies. Investigates and responds to complex or sensitive citizen complaints. Attends community meetings with citizens as required. (depending on assignment)
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.
  • Any/all other assignments from the Chief of Police.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES
The Police Major should possess the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:

  • Knowledge of the issues and trends within the Town.
  • Knowledge of the theories, principles and practices of modern Police administration and law enforcement methods.
  • Knowledge of municipal government organization and administration.
  • Knowledge of the geography of the Town.
  • Knowledge of federal, state and Town laws governing Police operations, custody of prisoners, search and seizure, and the rules of evidence.
  • Knowledge of departmental policies and procedures.
  • Skill in budget preparation and management.
  • Skill in the use of handgun and self-defense.
  • Skill in the use of computers and related software.
  • Skill in both verbal and written communication.
  • Skill in planning, organizing and managing the operations and staff of a bureau or division.
  • Skill in analyzing Police issues and effective resolution or preparation recommendations.
  • Skill in preparing accurate and comprehensive reports.
  • Ability to speak at neighborhood meetings, business associations and clubs or organizations to provide information on department initiatives and programs.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice Management, Public Administration, or a related field. Master’s Degree preferred.
  • Minimum of ten (10) years as a law enforcement professional, of which a minimum of three (3) years must be in a capacity of Lieutenant or higher.
  •  Requires active Florida law enforcement certification, or the ability to re-instate within a reasonable time.
  • Florida Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission Certificate of Compliance in Law Enforcement required.
  • Valid Florida Driver’s License required, or with the ability to obtain a Florida driver’s license within thirty (30) days of employment.
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

SPECIAL DRIVING REQUIREMENTS

  • Have not lost any driving privileges by reason of revocation, suspension or denial of license, or have been convicted and/or had an adjudication withheld of three or more moving violations.
  • Have had one DUI (Driving Under the Influence) in any preceding twenty-four (24) month period. License suspension of two weeks or less or suspensions based only on non-moving violations that have been cleared will not automatically result in revocation of driving privileges.
  • Have not had more than one DUI (conviction or adjudication withheld) in Florida or any other state within the past ten (10) years.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by a teammate to successfully perform the essential duties and functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Regularly required to stand, sit, see, speak, hear, and use hands and fingers to operate a computer, telephone, or other electronic device.
  • Occasional light to heavy lifting may be required.
  • Frequent need to walk, run, lift, and climb.
  • Work involves potentially hazardous, controllable, and life-threatening situations.

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those a teammate encounters while performing the essential duties and functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

  • Moderate noise (business office with computers, telephones, printers, fax machines, photocopiers, filing cabinets, and light traffic)
  • Ability to work within a confined area
  • Ability to work in a computer station for an extended period
  • The physical environment requires the employee to work inside and outside in heat/cold, wet/humid, and dry/arid conditions.
  • May be requested to work nights and weekends for special Town events, Commission meetings/workshops, emergencies, and other Town-related activities.
  • May be potentially exposed to hostile environments.

The Town of Pembroke Park is an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran status or any other basis covered by appropriate law. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit, and business need.

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PI137824588


POLICE CHIEF WESTMINSTER


POLICE CHIEF ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The Police Chief preserves the peace by commanding and directing the law enforcement activities of the Westminster Police Department. Specific duties include: maintaining discipline, preparing budget requests, establishing liaison and cooperation between local, State, and Federal law enforcement offices and agencies, establishing training programs, developing and maintaining an effective public outreach program, formulating departmental rules, procedures, and policies, developing crime prevention plans and community service and special assistance programs, overseeing, directing, and coordinating emergency preparedness programs and disaster response for the community, providing reports on police protection and service levels in the community, and evaluating, recommending, and administering contractual services provided by other agencies/vendors or to other agencies, including emergency transportation services.

QUALIFICATIONS
Any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required qualifications would be: Equivalent to graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in criminal justice, police science, public administration, or a related field, and seven (7) years management and/or administrative experience in police service. A current rank of Captain or equivalent is highly desirable. A Master’s degree is desirable, as is graduation from the FBI National Academy, POST Command College or the California Police Chiefs Executive Leadership Institute. Possession of a Management Certificate issued by the California State Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) is also desirable.

THE COMPENSATION
The salary range for the Police Chief is $13,250- $16,910 per month; placement within this range is dependent upon qualifications. The City also offer an attractive benefits package, including: Retirement Benefits — The City participates in the California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS). The
City’s contract provides for the following retirement tiers:
• Tier 2 (hired on or after July 28, 2011 and a current CalPERS member): 2% @ 50 formula; employees contribute 9.0% of salary towards retirement costs.
• Tier 3/PEPRA (hired on or after January 1, 2013 and not a current CalPERS member) — 2.7% @ 57 formula; employees contribute one-half of normal cost, which is 12.25% of salary for FY 2019-20.

Insurance Benefits
— The City’s cafeteria benefits plan provides up to $1,700 per month for family coverage toward the purchase of health, dental, vision, and life insurance, as well as additional voluntary products.
• Medical insurance is provided through the CalPERS health insurance program. Employees who participate in the CalPERS health insurance program and are enrolled in the Family level of coverage receive an additional City contribution of $100 per month towards the purchase of medical benefits for a total of $1,700 per month.
• Unused cafeteria plan dollars may be received by the employee as taxable income. A pre-tax flexible spending account is also available for health care and dependent care expenses. The City also provides City-paid Long-Term Disability (LTD) benefits of 66.6% of salary to a maximum of $10,000 per month; the City also provides a paid Employee Assistance Program (EAP).

Vacation — Employees earn 120 hours of paid vacation during their first year of service. An additional eight hours is earned for each additional year of service up to five (5) years (maximum of 160 hours). Additional benefits apply after 20 years of service. Employees are permitted to cash out accrued unused vacation hours a minimum of 2 times per calendar year. Executive Leave — Exempt employees, such as the Police Chief, shall receive Executive Leave in
the amount of 80 hours per calendar year. Holidays — Employees receive eight and one-half (8.5) paid City 9-hour fixed holidays, and additional 18 hours of floating holiday time annually to be used at the employee’s discretion. Holiday Furlough — City offices are closed between Christmas and New Year’s Day. Employees may use accumulated leave banks or elect leave without pay during the furlough.

Sick Leave
— Employees earn 96 hours of paid sick leave per year. Employees may elect to cash out sick leave earned during the previous year at the rate of 50% of total value. 9/80 Work Schedule — City Hall employees enjoy a 9/80 work schedule with every other Friday
off.

Longevity Pay — As an incentive for continuous services, employees are entitled to longevity pay at completion of the following service intervals:
• 21 years of service = 2.0% longevity pay
• 22 years of service = 4.0% longevity pay
• 23 years of service = 6.0% longevity pay
• 24 years of service = 8.0% longevity pay
• 25 years of service = 10.0% longevity pay

TO APPLY
If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please apply online at:
www.bobmurrayassoc.com

Closing Deadline: July 2, 2021
Following the closing date, resumes will be screened according to the qualifications outlined above. The most qualified candidates will be invited to personal interviews with Bob Murray & Associates. A select group of candidates will be asked to provide references once it is anticipated that they may be
recommended as finalists. References will be contacted only following candidate approval. Finalist

interviews will be held with the City of Westminster. Candidates will be advised of the status of the recruitment following selection of the Police Chief.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Joel Bryden at: (916) 784-9080


City of Lathrop, California
POLICE CHIEF

Annual salary range: $188,782 to $229,465
The city offers an attractive benefits package.
Application deadline: Open until filled.
First resume review: Friday, July 2, 2021.

The City of Lathrop is seeking an active practitioner of community-oriented policing and a hands-on public safety professional to play a major role in the formation of a new municipal Police Department. The City’s first Police Chief will join a dedicated team of law enforcement, human resource and information technology professionals already working on Department logistics to enable the new Chief to hit the ground running and focus on creating a strong culture through attracting and hiring a stellar staff. For example, patrol cars have already been ordered and a brand new, state-of-the art facility is nearing completion. Don’t miss this rare and exciting opportunity to put your stamp on the future of law enforcement in this rapidly growing Central Valley city.

To be considered, please submit a cover letter, list of six work-related references, and resume to: https://www.cpshr.us/recruitment/1788

For more information, including retirement formula benefits, please contact:

Pam Derby
CPS HR Consulting
(916) 471-3126
pderby@cpshr.us

To view an online brochure for this position visit: https://www.cpshr.us/recruitment-solutions/executive-search
City of Lathrop website: https://www.ci.lathrop.ca.us


CITY OF DELANO, CALIFORNIA
Chief of Police

The City of Delano is a unique and culturally diverse community, located 31 miles north-northwest of Bakersfield in Kern County and spanning 14.36 square miles. With a burgeoning population of more than 52,000 residents, Delano is Kern County’s second largest and fastest-growing city. The City is seeking a driven and motivated, high energy Chief of Police who is approachable, outgoing, and comfortable interacting with all members of the City staff, City Council, and community on a regular basis. The ideal candidate will take a proactive stance towards problem-solving and be someone with excellent diplomacy, presentation, and relationship-building skills who is politically astute, but remains apolitical.

A Chief who understand the needs of the entire City and demonstrates the ability to balance those needs with the needs of the Department will do well in this position, as will a Chief who understands current law enforcement trends and services Police Departments use. Candidates with budget experience and experience working with grants will be valued. At a minimum, candidates must possess a Bachelor’s degree in criminology, law enforcement/ administration of justice, social or behavioral science, public administration, or a closely related field. A Master’s degree in criminology, administration of justice, public administration, organizational behavior, or related field is preferred.

Candidates must have seven (7) to nine (9) years of progressively responsible command experience in municipal law enforcement administration, including five (5) to seven (7) years of experience in both supervision and management. Candidates must maintain California P.O.S.T. Advanced, Supervisory, and Management certificates. A valid Class C California Driver’s License with a driving record acceptable to the City is also required.

The annual salary range for the incoming Chief of Police is $131,484 – $159,816, DOQ. If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please visit our website at www.bobmurrayassoc.com to apply online. Please contact Mr. Joel Bryden at (916) 784-9080, should you have any questions.

Filing Deadline: June 18, 2021


POLICE CHIEF – CITY OF DEL RIO, TEXAS

Del Rio with a population of more than 35,000 is the county seat of Val Verde County in southwestern Texas and situated 152 miles west of San Antonio. Located within six miles of its namesake, the Rio Grande river, Del Rio is connected to its sister city, Ciudad Acuña, by the Del Rio-Ciudad Acuña International Bridge.

To fill the vacancy left by the retirement of the former Police Chief, the ideal Del Rio Police Chief candidate will be a strong, confident leader with the ability to bring immediate credibility to the position. Candidates for consideration must have a verifiable and successful career with a record of demonstrated inclusiveness and transparent leadership guiding a department. Candidates considered most suitable for this role will be innovative, proven leaders with the highest standards of professional conduct and character.

The incoming Police Chief must hold a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, public or business administration, or a related field from an accredited college or university. The selected candidate must be eligible for certification by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) at the intermediate level or its equivalent as determined by that Commission. He or she must have 10 years of experience in law enforcement including five years in an executive level of law enforcement management. Having attained the minimum rank of Captain/Deputy Chief or equivalent in a comparable or larger agency is also required.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Graduation from the FBI National Academy or other Police leadership development programs.
  • Experience as a Municipal Police Chief.
  • Experience with a municipal police department in Texas.
  • Experience working in a police department along the United States-Mexico border.
  • Experience with collective bargaining agreements, Police Associations and Texas Local Government Code Chapter 143.
  • Some fluency in Spanish.

The pay range for the position is $62,205 to $101,077.

Please apply online at http://bit.ly/SGROpenRecruitments

Kurt Hodgen, Senior Vice President

KurtHodgen@GovernmentResource.com

540-820-0531


NOW HIRING POLICE SERGEANTS

PURPOSE:
ONE FULL TIME POSITION IS AVAILABLE IN THE CSU CHANNEL ISLANDS POLICE DEPARTMENT. IN ADDITION, THIS RECRUITMENT WILL BE USED TO ESTABLISH AN ELIGIBILITY LIST TO FILL FUTURE OPENINGS WITHIN THE POLICE SERGEANT CLASSIFICATION.

This classification is the highest level in the Police Series and is a first line supervisory classification, requiring a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of law enforcement methods and procedures, criminal codes and laws, and investigative techniques and procedures. Work assignments include primary supervisory responsibility for a shift, program, unit or task force, and general law enforcement and specialized work assignments performed by other positions in the Police Series.

RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES:
Under the direction of a commanding officer, the Sergeant is assigned primary responsibility as a working, first line supervisor, in addition to general law enforcement and specialized work assignments performed by Police Officers and Corporals. Work assignments require the use of independent judgment and the ability to provide leadership to others.
The Sergeant rank is distinguished from the Corporal by the full-time assignment of supervisory duties, including making work assignments, monitoring and reporting work activities, and providing on the job training and assistance to subordinates. Sergeants typically perform some or all of the following duties:

• Plan, assign, coordinate and supervise assigned staff on a shift, task force or unit on a regular basis.
• Develop, implement and enforce campus and department policies, procedures, and regulations within the assigned area of responsibility.
• Provide on-the-job training, development and evaluation to assigned staff.
• May assume command of the department in the absence of the superior officer and assist in administrative duties.
• Participate in the development and implementation of department policies and procedures.
• Act as team leader on an investigation, task force, or project. Examples include critical response unit, special evidence discovery and evaluation team, field training, defensive tactics instruction, crime prevention and community involvement programs.
• Assume the role of designated Watch Commander.
• Provide specialized training and assume leadership role on special reaction teams (e.g., sexual assault or emergency medical).

REQUIREMENTS OF POSITION:
Incumbents in this classification require a valid California driver’s license; must have comprehensive knowledge of current law enforcement methods and procedures, current criminal codes and laws, and effective investigative techniques and procedures; must demonstrate effective oral and written communications skills including writing clear and comprehensive reports; must have ability to work independently and make sound judgments, ability to provide effective leadership, training and direction to assigned personnel, ability to supervise and evaluate employees effectively, and ability to assist in developing department policies and procedures. Incumbents must have a high school diploma or equivalent; have a valid California Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Certificate and three or more years of active law enforcement experience as a California peace officer. Completion of a P.O.S.T. Supervisory program and a bachelor’s degree are desirable. Completion of the P.O.S.T. Supervisory Program must be completed within one year of appointment. 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 as a condition of employment.

The pre-employment testing process will include the following:

• Written Examination
• Oral Interview & Presentation
• Personal History Investigation
• Medical Examination
• Psychological Examination

HIRING SALARY: $8,272* / month (Step 15)
*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, http://www.calstate.edu/benefits/compare.benefits.shtml

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:
To apply, an online application must be completed at www.csucijobs.com. 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.

California State University Channel Island is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, medical condition, disability, marital status, or protected veteran status.


Bentley University

 

Job Description Summary
There are two openings available.

To provide law enforcement, security and related public safety services for both the protection of University-owned property and the members of the Bentley community in fulfillment of the department’s mission to provide a comprehensive program of services to help ensure the campus remains a safe and pleasant place in which to live, study and work.

Essential Duties

  • Patrol University buildings and grounds to deter crime, prevent theft, trespass, vandalism, or violations of the General Laws of Massachusetts in accordance with Chapter 22C section 63.
  • Respond to, investigate and properly document general and emergency calls for service and violations of University regulations, and/or General Laws.
  • Make arrests and/or refer incidents to Student Affairs for disciplinary action, when appropriate; investigate accidents; provide direction and information to the general public; promote good police-community relations through scheduled activities and routine interaction with the University community.
  • Provide transportation services including on campus personal safety escorts, non-emergency medical transports to area medical facilities and other transportation duties as assigned.
  • Testify in court, University judicial hearings and any other process as deemed necessary. Investigate crimes and other incidents in conjunction with department detectives, as assigned.
  • Perform any other duties as assigned, which are necessary to enhance public safety on campus and protect the lives, safety and property of the students, faculty, staff and guests of the University.

Minimum Requirements

Candidates must possess one of the following:

  • A minimum of a High School diploma/GED AND have successfully completed a full-time Special State Police Officer (SSPO) Academy or Municipal Police Academy.
  • Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice (or related field) or a Bachelor’s degree (in any field) AND have successfully completed a part-time Reserve/Intermittent Academy Training Program.

Candidates must possess all of the following:

  • Must possess, or be able to obtain and retain, authority as a special police officer in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 22C section 63. Candidates who do not currently possess authority as a special police officer in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 22C section 63 must attend and successfully complete SSPO or Municipal Police Academy.
  • Hold and maintain a valid, unrestricted United States driver’s license, with an insurable driving history as determined by Bentley’s insurance carrier.
  • Possess strong human relations skills and ability to work under stressful situations.
  • Demonstrate the ability to analyze emergency situations and develop effective courses of action to handle same.
  • Must hold, or acquire within 60 days of hire, and maintain a valid license to carry a firearm (large capacity) in accordance with MGL Ch. 140 sec. 131.

Work Environment

  • Officers will spend the majority of their shift on active patrol responding to calls for service, performing building checks of buildings and other areas and to conduct field interviews and investigations.
  • Officers will be exposed to all types of weather conditions and may have to spend extended periods of time in such conditions.
  • Officers may be exposed to loud noises when working extra duty at concerts and construction sites.
  • Officers may be exposed to hazardous materials in the course of their work. Sources of these may be accidents involving such materials, such as a chemical spill, inadvertent exposure, such as through a fire, or deliberate exposure during an assault.
  • Officers may also be exposed to blood-borne pathogens in the line of duty when responding to an incident where medical aid is rendered, accidental contact while detaining a combative individual who is sick or injured, while conducting a search of a sick or injured party, or deliberate exposure by a party.
  • Officers may be required to work up to sixteen hours, consecutively. Forced and voluntary overtime occurs as the need for additional coverage is required.
  • Officers are subject to mandatory call-in during times when public safety concerns arise on campus.
  • Officers are required to be able to perform physical activity while on duty. Officers walk, run, patrol in vehicles and on bicycles. They are required to reach, lift, and stand on their feet for long periods of time.
  • Officers are trained in the use of defensive tactics, including hand control techniques, striking implements and chemical sprays and must be physically fit enough to safely and effectively employ such techniques should the need arise.
  • Officers may be required to place themselves in dangerous situations where there may be a possibility of death or serious bodily injury.
  • Officers are required to work irregular shifts and hours due to the 24-hour nature of police work.

Special Instructions

Work Schedule

  • 4 X 2 rotating; shifts include 7 a.m. – 3 p.m.; 3:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.; 11:00 p.m. – 7:00 a.m.
  • Pay Information
  • This position within University Police is a union position. Competitive pay commensurate with experience.

Background Check

  • Extensive background check and successful completion of a physical and psychological evaluation required.
  • Bentley University requires reference checks and may conduct other pre-employment screening.
  • Bentley University is an Equal Opportunity Employer, building strength through diversity. The University is committed to building a community of talented students, faculty and staff who reflect the diversity of global business. We strongly encourage applications from persons from underrepresented groups, individuals with disabilities, covered veterans and those with diverse experiences and backgrounds.

We strive to create a campus community that welcomes the exchange of ideas, and fosters a culture that values differences and views them as a strength in our community.

Bentley University requires references checks and may conduct other pre-employment screening.

DIVERSITY STATEMENT

Bentley University strives to create a campus community that welcomes the exchange of ideas, and fosters a culture that values differences and views them as a strength in our community.

Bentley University is an Equal Opportunity Employer, building strength through diversity. The University is committed to building a community of talented students, faculty and staff who reflect the diversity of global business. We strongly encourage applications from persons from underrepresented groups, individuals with disabilities, covered veterans and those with diverse experiences and backgrounds.

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Police Chief

City of Ames

 

The City of Ames, Iowa is seeking a progressive professional to lead an organization who is committed to the principles of procedural justice, accountability, and transparency in our continuous quest to build trust and legitimacy for the Police Department.
Under the administrative direction of the City Manager, the Chief plans and directs the functions of the Police Department and assists the City Manager as a member of the Executive Leadership Team. The Chief of Police plans, directs, and reviews the activities of the Police Department including the patrol, investigations, communications, record maintenance, administrative, parking enforcement, and animal control functions.

In this role, the Chief of Police will meet and confer with citizens, civic groups, other law enforcement agencies, other City officials, and department employees to determine the crime prevention, law enforcement, and public education needs of the community. They will identify and carry out short-term solutions and long-term department goals that support the needs of the organization and the community.
As a member of the City Manager’s Executive Leadership Team, the Chief of Police is required to reside within the Ames city limits. The City will provide relocation assistance per IRS guidelines.

Required Education & Experience
• Bachelor’s degree in police science, criminal justice, management, or closely related field (master’s degree and/or graduation from the FBI National Academy preferred) and a minimum of seven years experience in a public law enforcement agency, five years which must have been at the management or senior level.
• Valid driver’s license required. Iowa Law Enforcement Academy officer certification, or eligible to obtain such certification. Annual firearms certification.

What Makes this Opportunity so Special?
The Police Department in Ames, Iowa, has significant opportunities to interact with an engaged community. Through community involvement, the Chief of Police can continue to create a culture of transparency and accountability. As a member of the City’s Executive Leadership Team, the Chief of Police has the unique opportunity to participate on a variety of projects and initiatives with City leaders in all departments, demonstrating a Total City Perspective.
The Police Department is made up of over 90 employees that include sworn Officers, non-sworn community Safety Officers, Animal Control employees, Dispatchers, Records employees, and a Mental Health Advocate.

Compensation and Benefits Package
The current salary range is $101,601 to $157,699 with annual performance-based merit increases. Hiring salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

The compensation package includes these benefits
• Paid vacation
• Ten paid holidays annually
• Personal and family sick leave
• Comprehensive health care and dental coverage; 90 – 95% employer contribution toward single or family health and dental coverage
• Term life insurance
• Choice of two retirement plans – defined benefit or defined contribution• Optional deferred compensation retirement plan (ICMA-RC)
• Pre-tax flexible medical spending
• Educational assistance
• Outstanding Health Promotions program
• Professional development opportunities

Contact Information

Applications are due by 12 p.m. on Friday, May 7, 2021.To apply, please go to www.CityOfAmes.org/Jobs


Chief of Police (Interim)

MiraCosta College

For full details and to apply, go to https://apptrkr.com/2204611

Type of Assignment: Full Time

Assignment Category: Temporary Assignment

Position Details:

One interim, exempt, full-time, district and categorically funded, POST certified classified administrator position, 40 hours per week, 12 months per year on the Oceanside campus. The work schedule will generally be Monday through Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. The person selected for this position will be subject to assignment to any district facility during any hours of operation. The person selected for this position will be eligible to apply for the permanent position in the future.

Salary Range: 14 (classified administrators)

Compensation: The starting salary for this position is $125,444 per year (Range 14, step 1) on the 2020-2021 salary schedule for classified administrators.

Employees must make arrangements for the direct deposit of paychecks into the financial institution of their choice, via electronic fund transfer.

Benefits:

A full benefits package which includes employer-paid medical, dental, and vision plans for employee and dependents; $100,000 employee life insurance; other optional coverages; and membership in the California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS)*

*NOTE: Membership in school PERS, not safety PERS.

Position Term in Months: $Term

Application Procedure:

In order to be considered for this position, you must submit the following documents directly in the online system and finish applying and receive a confirmation number. The submission deadline for the first screening of applications is Tuesday, April 27, 2021.

1. Application on which you list all relevant experience.

2. A current resume or curriculum vitae summarizing your educational background and experience.

3. A cover letter addressed to the “Screening and Interview Committee” specifically describing how your experience aligns with the representative duties and desirable qualifications.

4. Transcripts of college coursework which provide evidence of meeting the minimum qualifications as stated in this job posting. Unofficial or legible photocopies are acceptable. If a degree(s) was earned, the transcripts must state that the degree was awarded. Any degree/coursework used to satisfy the minimum qualifications must be from a post-secondary institution accredited by an accreditation agency recognized by either the U.S. Department of Education or the Council on Post-secondary Accreditation.

If your degree(s) is from a college or university outside of the United States, you must submit a detailed evaluation from a professional evaluation agency. To view a list of agencies approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, go to https://www.ctc.ca.gov/docs/default-source/leaflets/cl635.pdf?sfvrsn=6. Transcripts or translations in English still require the evaluation to show the U.S. equivalence of your degree.

5. If you have your POST management course certificate, please attach it as document type: “Certificate/License 1.”

6. If you have your California POST-certified Internal Affairs Investigation course certificate, please attach it as document type: “Certificate/License 2.”

The screening and interview committee will review application materials for up to three to four weeks following the closing date. Applicants selected for interview will be contacted by phone; those not selected for interview will be notified by e-mail once interview candidates have been scheduled.

Offer of employment to the person selected for this position is contingent upon 1) successful completion of a pre-placement physical exam at district expense; 2) submission of a current tuberculosis test clearance; 3) proof of eligibility to work in the United States; 4) fingerprint clearance; and 5) approval by the Board of Trustees.

Retired STRS members are not eligible for this position.

Basic Function:

Under direction, provide leadership, and plan, organize, coordinate and direct the operations and activities of the College Police and Safety Department; direct law enforcement, security activities, traffic/parking management, community engagement and emergency preparedness programs; provide protection to district facilities and property, and a secure working environment for staff and students.

Distinguishing Characteristics:

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to this class. Duties are identified by law enforcement pillars which reflect the district’s mission, vision, values, goals and commitments.

Management

Plan, organize, coordinate and direct all district police functions, including patrol, law enforcement, investigations, Internal Affairs, Communications Center, traffic/parking, recordkeeping, emergency preparedness and response and related support services.

Develop and maintain equity-minded goals, objectives, policies, procedures and work standards in compliance with federal, state and departmental rules and regulations and to ensure consistency and alignment with the district’s commitment to a racially just, trauma-informed policing approach, emphasizing innovation, creativity, transparency, open communication and community engagement at all levels.

Plan, organize and evaluate the performance of the police department and staff that supports achieving the department’s and district’s mission, objectives and values, and ensure a high-performance, service-oriented work environment.

Maintain strong relationships with key campus stakeholders and law enforcement agencies; work creatively and collaboratively to address the needs of disproportionately impacted and minoritized populations including Latinx and Chicanx communities, Black and African American communities, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander communities, Native American communities, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer/questioning, intersex, and asexual (LGBTQIA+) communities, veteran communities, former foster youth, adult students, and students from low socioeconomic statuses, undocumented/mixed status/DACA., reduce disparities, and help create a racially just campus climate.

Create a supportive culture of holistic wellness that directly addresses the mental health of officers so that they can best serve students and the campus community.

Manage departmental professional development activities and trainings such as de-escalation, use of force, implicit bias, mental health, the impacts of trauma, and the history of policing trainings.

Develop and manage the budget and other financial measures of the Police Department.

Establish and monitor administrative controls and coordinate inspections and audits; complete mandated reporting and notifications.

Direct the analysis of data and statistics, analyze data and identify additional departmental needs.

Develop data-informed action plans and process improvements based on aggregated and disaggregated data.

Community Policing and Crime Reduction

Coordinate the department’s community-oriented policing and direct crime prevention programs.

Assist in the development of community approaches for planning, implementing, and responding to complex crisis situations, identify problems and collaborate on implementing solutions that produce meaningful results for the community.

Act as a department spokesperson to the media and direct departmental public information efforts.

Lead forums and meetings that foster positive community interaction and encourages input about the department’s programs and services

Conduct intentional outreach to the district’s disproportionately impacted and minoritized populations and ensure that culturally competent police-college community interactions are at the core of the department’s community policing strategy.

Work with the campus community on updates and communication of policies and procedures to ensure transparency and increase understanding.

Coordinate and respond to social media threats, and student conduct issues related to technology and social media.

Emergency Preparedness & Training

Direct the development and implementation of emergency preparedness, terrorism response, disaster management plans, and other functions and programs.

Develop and conduct training workshops for the campus community.

Other Duties:

Participate in community civic efforts and service clubs to enhance the college’s presence in the community; act as a college outreach speaker to service clubs, associations, businesses and corporations.

Perform related duties as assigned.

Knowledge Of:

Thorough understanding of theories, principles, practices, methods, and techniques of police administration, criminal justice, modern patrol and criminal investigation techniques, crime prevention, and critical incident management.

Knowledge of Federal, state and local laws, policies and directives applicable to areas of responsibility including National Institute Management System (NIMS), FCC and HIPPA requirements, Federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, Title IX, Violence against Women Act and associated regulations.

Knowledge of research methods and analysis techniques including the ability to effectively using technology to track and disaggregate data.

Knowledge of principles and practices of public administration, including budgeting, purchasing and maintaining public records.

Ability To:

Ability to communicate tactfully, respectfully and effectively with the public, both orally and in writing, in a manner consistent with the department’s policing and customer service policies.

Ability to develop and effectively implement disaster preparedness and terrorism response strategies.

Ability to exercise judgment, discretion and decision making in emergency situations, under tight deadlines and in crisis situations.

Ability to select, motivate and evaluate staff and provide for their training and professional development.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all those encountered in the course of work.

Ability to demonstrate a sensitivity to and understanding of diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students.

Education & Experience:

Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a major in police science, law enforcement, criminal justice, public administration or a related field, and ten years of police experience including five years of management-level experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Experience in a public agency is preferred.

NOTE: For work experience, one “year” is defined as equivalent to 40 hours per week for 12 months, or at least 2,080 hours.

Additionally, candidates for this position must meet the following minimum peace officer selection standards as set forth in Government Code Sections 1029 and 1031. Every California peace officer must be:

Free of any felony convictions.

A citizen of the United States or a permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for citizenship.

At least 18 years of age.

Fingerprinted for purposes of search of local, state, and national fingerprint files to disclose any criminal record.

Of good moral character, as determined by a thorough background investigation.

A high school graduate, pass the General Education Development test or other high school equivalency test approved by CDE, or have attained a two-year, four-year, or advanced degree from an accredited or approved institution.

Found to be free from any physical, emotional, or mental condition, including bias against race or ethnicity, gender, nationality, religion, disability, or sexual orientation, that might adversely affect the exercise of the powers of a peace officer.

Desirable Qualifications:

Licenses & Other Requirements:

A valid California driver’s license and the ability to maintain insurability under the district’s vehicle insurance program.

POST management certificate or the ability to complete the POST Management course within one year.

Completion of California POST-certified Internal Affairs Investigation Course required within one year of appointment.

ICS/NIMS (Incident Command Systems/National Institute Management System) 100/200/400/700 are desired.

Successful completion of a comprehensive background investigation is required, including a review of employment history, criminal conviction record, credit history, use of intoxicants and/or other controlled substances.

Physical Effort:

The physical efforts described here are representative of those that must be met by employees to successfully perform the essential functions of this class. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The employee must maintain department physical fitness and weight requirements necessary to perform the job functions with or without accommodation, such as the ability to walk, run and operate motor vehicles and equipment.

Emotional Effort:

Ability to effectively use written and oral communication skills; read and interpret data, information and documents; analyze and solve problems; use math and mathematical reasoning; observe and interpret people and situations; learn and apply new information and skills; perform highly detailed work; deal with changing deadlines, constant interruptions and multiple concurrent tasks; respond to life-threatening, emergency situations; cope with disturbing or traumatic situations; interact with others encountered in the course of work, including frequent contact with the public and dissatisfied, abusive and traumatized individuals. Incumbents will occasionally be required to pass psychological evaluations.

Working Conditions:

Primarily business office environment; subject to frequent public contact and interruption; intermittent exposure to individuals acting in a disagreeable fashion. Occasional local travel may be requested. Work involves potentially dangerous situations and exposure to disturbing or traumatic events. The employee is required to be on call during off-duty hours including weekends and holidays and for telephone consultations and to respond in emergency situations and natural disasters.

Posting Number: S20/21041P

Human Resources Contact Information: jobs@miracosta.edu or 760.795.6854

Job Close Date:

Open Until Filled: Yes

First Screening Date: The submission deadline for the first screening of applications is Tuesday, April 27, 2021. Applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled.

 


SENATE SERGEANT AT ARMS OFFICE
SENATE SERGEANT AT ARMS JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

 

BASIC FUNCTIONS:
The Senate Sergeants at Arms are sworn Peace Officers in accordance with PC830.36 of the State Penal Code. The responsibility of the Senate Sergeant at Arms is to ensure the safety and security of Senators, their families, legislative staff, designated foreign delegations, and the public.

DUTIES:
Senate Sergeant at Arms maintain the decorum of the Senate by providing support, protection and oversight of Senate floor sessions as well as committee hearings so that the legislative process proceeds efficiently and unencumbered. The Senate Sergeant at Arms provide security for Senators and staff including investigating and responding to threats, assisting with medical emergencies, and conducting emergency evacuations. Travel throughout the state and working irregular hours including holidays with short notice will be required.

EDUCATION:
High school diploma is required. Successful completion of a Peace Officer or Law Enforcement Academy (Sacramento Police Academy, Special Investigator’s Basic Course (SIBC), Sacramento Sherriff’s Academy, etc.) is desired, and a bachelor’s degree is preferred.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Candidates must be between the age of 21 years and 45 years old, possess a valid California Driver’s License with a clean driving record, pass a background check and drug and alcohol screening. Ability to stand for extended periods of time and lift up to 55 lbs. Display a high level of integrity, demonstrate reliability, and possess the ability to maintain strict confidentialities. Have strong writing and analytical skills, and good communication skills with diverse groups of people.

PAY RANGE & FILING DATE:
For applicants who have not completed the academy, salary stars at $3920 per month. For applicants who have completed the academy, salary starts at $4544 per month. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Submit Senate Application, Resume & Cover Letter to:
Sergeant-at-Arms Office
State Capitol, Room 3030
Sacramento, CA 95814

Main Senate website: https://www.senate.ca.gov/
Direct link to download job application: https://www.senate.ca.gov/senatejobs


Police Chief

City of South Pasadena, California

 

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE
The ongoing national dialogue requires a critical examination of policing practices in most all cities, including South Pasadena. The next Chief of Police will play a pivotal role in this conversation as well as in leading the Department through this time of change in societal expectations, approaches to policing, and resource allocation.

The City of South Pasadena is seeking a hands-on contemporary community policing professional who can thrive in a small organization and engaged urban community with a rare hometown feel. A proven track record of working with diverse groups and individuals, resulting in constructive compromise and resolution. The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated commitment and value for diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. Experience working constructively with social justice groups and with mental health professionals. Experience implementing improved police response to those experiencing mental health-related crises, including conflict resolution, welfare checks, substance abuse, and suicide threats.

This approachable professional will be a transparent relationship builder who has experience working with the community to solve difficult problems. He/she will find unlimited partnership opportunities within this cohesive, diverse, and giving community where stakeholders are actively involved in preserving the admirable quality of life for which South Pasadena has become known. Possessing outstanding interpersonal skills, the ideal candidate will have experience using data to detect implicit and/or explicit bias in Department policies and procedures. A history of preserving productive partnerships with other criminal justice entities and being well-networked in the San Gabriel Valley is also desirable.

This visionary law enforcement professional will be knowledgeable regarding best practices and contemporary approaches to critical incidents appropriate for a small community. A compassionate leader who understands the social aspects of policing, he/she will be well-versed in dealing with quality-of-life issues and progressive crime prevention strategies. A sophisticated understanding around the development and implementation of sound policies and procedures is strongly preferred.

An impressive speaker and writer, the ideal candidate will be a proactive and transparent communicator who is attentive to internal as well as external information needs. He/she will ensure consistent messaging inside the Department and create regular opportunities for information and idea sharing.

To be successful in South Pasadena, department heads must be nimble and comfortable serving in a small and lean environment. Previous success with improving systems and processes will be considered favorably. Never content with status quo, this individual will bring a continuous improvement mindset and success influencing organizational culture change to meet changing societal and cultural expectations. A history of innovative problem solving enhanced by the ability to foster creativity in others will also be expected.

A minimum of ten years of experience in contemporary law enforcement with increasingly responsible positions in a variety of police functions including supervisory and management activities. A Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, Public or Business Administration, or a related field from an accredited college or university and POST Management Certificate are required. A Master’s degree and/or completion of POST Command College, FBI National Academy, Senior Management Institute for Police (SMIP) or other formal leadership development program is desirable.

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS

The salary range for this position goes up to $200,208, with a 2% COLA effective July 1, 2021. Salary is supplemented by an attractive benefits package that includes, but is not limited to:

  • Retirement – 2% @ 50 for Classic members; 2.7% @ 57 formula for new members.
  • Deferred Compensation Program – City contributes 1% of Management employee’s salary into a deferred compensation plan.
  • Medical Insurance – starting at $915 (employee only).
  • Dental Insurance – $75 per month for employee + dependents.
  • Life Insurance – City provided life insurance and accidental death and dismemberment coverage for each employee in the amount of $50,000.
  • Long-Term Disability – City is self-insured and provides 2/3 salary for up to one year.
  • Vacation Leave – Accrued based on number of years of service.
  • Administrative Leave – 80 hours per fiscal year with option to cash out up to 60 hours per fiscal year.
  • Holidays – 11 holidays per fiscal year + 2 floating holidays.
  • Paid Sick Leave – 96 hours annually.
  • Uniform Allowance – $1,000 annually.

APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCESS

The closing date for this recruitment is midnight, Thursday, April 15, 2021. Applications can be submitted online www.southpasadenaca.gov/employment or www.governmentjobs.com. To be considered for this opportunity, include a cover letter, resume, and a list of six professional references.

Following the closing date, resumes will be screened in relation to the criteria articulated in this brochure and candidates deemed to be the best qualified will be invited to participate in panel interviews on April 26, 2021. The top candidates will then be invited to participate in additional interviews and other selection activities. An appointment is anticipated in May 2021, following the completion of POST compliant background and reference checks. Please note that references will not be contacted until the end of the process and, at that time, will be done so in close coordination with the candidate impacted.


City of San Pablo, CA
Police Captain

The City of San Pablo is seeking a seasoned, professional law enforcement executive to assume the role of the City’s Police Captain. San Pablo is a thriving, residential and business community with a population of about 30,000 in an area of approximately three-square miles. The San Pablo Police Department is a full-service community-based law enforcement agency consisting of 59 sworn police officers, 25 full-time civilian employees, and six (6) part-time civilian employees. Candidates must possess a minimum of ten (10) years of experience as a police officer in a municipal or county police agency with at least two (2) years at a level equivalent to a Police Lieutenant (2 nd level supervisor).

A Bachelor’s degree from a four-year accredited and POST acceptable college or university with major coursework in police science, criminal justice, administration of justice, psychology, business/public administration, or a related social science field is required. A POST Management certificate is highly desirable as is possession of a Master’s degree in a related field from an accredited and POST acceptable college or university. Successful completion
of the California POST Command College Program, the FBI National Academy, and/or the California Police Chiefs Executive Leadership Institute is also desirable. Well-rounded police career development is preferred.

The monthly salary range for the Police Captain is $14,081 – $17,115 ($168,972-$205,380/year); placement within this range is dependent upon 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. Joel Bryden at (916) 784-9080. Filing Deadline: April 30, 2021


Salary: $166,092

The City of Bellingham, Washington, (pop. 90,000+), is among the most livable, vibrant communities in the country, centered just 90 miles north of Seattle and 60 miles south of Vancouver, B.C. With Puget Sound and the San Juan Islands to the west, snowcapped Mt. Baker and the Cascade Mountains to the east, and the surrounding area dotted with lakes, Bellingham is a breathtakingly beautiful place to live and work. Bellingham is among the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the country, and the town and surrounding wilderness make it a distinctly livable city. Bellingham is the recipient of a long list of awards, including many designations as a “best place” for livability and outdoor adventures and recognition for leadership in sustainability. The city is also home to Western Washington University.

The City of Bellingham Police Department consist of 188.4 FTEs and operates on a budget of $70.4 million for the 2021-2022 biennium. The department is comprised of two divisions, each commanded by a Deputy Chief. One division includes Uniformed Patrol, Special Operations, Outreach, Investigations and Traffic. The second division includes Administrative Services, including the Office of Professional Responsibility, Records, IT, What-Comm Communications Center, Accreditation, and Policy Development. Reporting directly to the Mayor, the Police Chief actively provides leadership, direction, and general
administrative oversight to the Police Department and employees, for the operation of the countywide public safety emergency dispatch center, and for cooperative relationships and initiatives with regional law enforcement agencies.

This position requires 7 years of progressively responsible law enforcement experience as a commissioned officer, including 5 years in senior law enforcement management. Local government law enforcement experience is highly desirable. Candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree in law enforcement, criminal justice, or a related field. Advanced law enforcement training (e.g., FBI National Academy, Executive Command College, or other advanced/executive training) is desirable. Any combination of relevant education and experience which clearly demonstrates the knowledge, skill and ability to perform the essential functions of the job will be considered. (Please see the full job description for additional requirements.)

For a complete position profile/full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/, click on “Open Recruitments” and then click the position title.

For questions,  call 206-368-0050. The City of Bellingham is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications:
April 11, 2021 (open until filled).

 


Police Sergeant

Department: University Police, CSU Chico

Salary: $6,008 – $9,275 per month / $72,096 – $111,300 per year (Initial placement within the salary range for new employees is contingent upon background and experience).
Status: Regular: Permanent Full Time (after one-year probationary period)
Hours per day: TBD – 12 hours per day
Days per week: TBD – Some weekends and holidays
Shift: TBD
Primary Duties: Working independently, and along with other Officers and University Police Officials this position is responsible for ensuring the protection and public safety of CSU, students, faculty, staff, property, and members of the general public who visit our campus by conducting departmental and law enforcement duties. For a full description of job duties, please visit: https://csuchico.box.com/v/VA1367-Position-Description
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

KNOWLEDGE:
Incumbent must possess Comprehensive knowledge of:

  • Current law enforcement methods and procedures.
  • Current criminal codes and laws.
  • Effective investigative techniques and procedures.
  • Working knowledge of: All University policies, procedures, and guidelines including but not limited to safety, civility, non-violence, privacy and confidentiality of personal information, information security, and non-discrimination policies and procedures, as well as all job-related local, state, and federal rules and regulations.

SKILLS:
Incumbent must possess:

  • Effective oral and written communication skills, including writing clear and comprehensive reports.
  • Effective interpersonal skills to resolve a wide variety of sensitive situations.

ABILITIES:
Incumbent must have the ability to:

  • Think and act effectively in emergency and sensitive situations.
  • Maintain composure and judiciousness in the face of opposition, indifference or enmity.
  • Apply effective investigative techniques and procedural compliance.
  • Comply with collective bargaining agreements.
  • Demonstrate professional conduct while representing the University, including at off campus meetings and events.
  • Maintain standards of professional ethics and adhere to law enforcement code of conduct.
  • Maintain a positive, civil, and collegial interaction with all members of a diverse population of faculty, staff, students, and others in the campus community.
  • Provide helpful, accommodating, and effective customer service to all members of the campus community in carrying out the duties of the position.
  • Contribute to a positive University experience for every student and assist in achieving the University’s commitment to the Strategic Priorities.
  • Build confidence and trust with the campus community.
  • Be proficient in the use of computers and utilizing programs such as, MicroSoft Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel.
  • Consistently perform the duties of this position at satisfactory level or above.
  • Operate all police communications and safety equipment.
  • Communicate job-related information in a positive and productive manner.
  • Demonstrate a positive approach while promoting new and innovative ideas.
  • Work independently, in a fast-paced environment and meet deadlines.
  • Exercise sound judgment as an individual and team leader.
  • To hold oneself accountable as well as those supervised.
  • Provide effective leadership, training, and direction to assigned personnel.
  • Supervise and evaluate employees effectively.
  • Assist in developing department policies and procedures.
  • Function cooperatively and productively as a member of a team.
  • Adjust to change (i.e., work environment, technology).
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Required Education and/or Experience:
Must possess:

  • A High School diploma or equivalent.
  • Graduation from a California Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) academy and Basic Course Certificate.
  • Three or more years of active law enforcement experience is also required.

Additional Requirements for this Position:
The Police Sergeant hiring process will include the following:
1. A review of submitted application materials for minimum qualifications.
2. In-House Written Examination.
3. Oral Board Interview conducted by current Sergeants.
4. Oral Interview and review of personnel records, performance appraisals, training records, education, and relevant certifications by the Chief of Police.

Recruitment Preferences:
Preference may be given to applicants with the following as they may be considered specialized skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related Criminal Justice field.
  • Experience working in a culturally diverse environment.
  • Knowledge of California State Universities policies, methods and procedures.

Special Requirements
California State University, Chico, in accordance with CSU policy, requires that the successful candidate complete a background check (including a criminal records check, sexual offender registry check, and/or fingerprinting) prior to assuming this position. Failure to satisfactorily complete or pass the background check may impact the job offer or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for posted positions identified as sensitive. This position is considered a sensitive position based on CSU guidelines. Incumbent is responsible for the safety and security of Level 1 data, sometimes also referred to as Level 1 protected data. This is confidential information that is in most cases protected by statutes, regulations, or other legal mandates.

The person holding this position is considered a “General 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.
This position is designated as a Campus Security Authority (CSA) under the Clery Act and is required to comply with the requirements of this designation.
Throughout employment in this position incumbent must maintain a valid California Driver’s License as well as continued completion and compliance of the CSU Defensive Driver’s Training course.

• The work schedule may include varied rotating shifts, including day and/or night shifts, weekends, holidays, and voluntary or assigned additional hours and overtime.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Incumbent must be able to perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation. Must be able to position self to complete all the physical requirements of an active duty police officer, which includes wearing a uniform and protective gear (which is an additional 25 lbs. of gear). Requires ability to work various rotating shifts including nights, weekends, and holidays. May be required to work on short notice. May require evening/night and weekend travel.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: Must be able to perform law enforcement duties and emergency related duties in various environments (indoor, outdoor, inclement weather, and other adverse conditions, etc.) This position must be able to work varied rotating shifts, including day and/or night shifts, weekends, holidays, and on-call assignments on short notice or no notice and may be required to work overtime. Required to wear an official uniform and is responsible for maintaining the uniforms. A limited annual uniform allowance is provided by CSU, Chico for the cost of purchasing, maintaining or replacing uniforms.
Benefits: This position qualifies for benefits including tuition fee waiver (if eligible).

Benefits Information: CSU, Chico offers a number of benefits to its employees (e.g., sick leave, vacation, health insurance). Eligibility for standard CSU benefits is based on an appointment of half-time or more for a period exceeding six months. Employees appointed less than half-time or less than six months are not eligible for standard CSU benefits but do receive prorated sick leave and vacation. Eligibility for Affordable Care Act (ACA) benefits is based on an appointment of at least three-quarter time, hired to work a minimum of 130 hours per month over the course of the appointment or works an average of 130 hours or more per month during the measurement period. The ACA guidelines provide for health coverage or FlexCash only. ACA does not provide dental or vision plan coverage.


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