Dispatcher I

San Joaquin Delta Community College District

Job Number: 2200004O
Under general supervision, perform a variety of dispatching duties for emergency and non-emergency calls on campus; to dispatch police officers to calls for service; to operate a variety of communications equipment including radio, telephone and computer systems; and to perform a variety of specialized administrative duties in the maintenance and the release of highly confidential records.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS
This class is distinguished from the Dispatcher II classification by the performance of
more routine tasks and duties assigned to positions within the series. Incumbents at this
level perform standard dispatch duties which include receiving and screening incoming
calls, communicating with law enforcement staff, and using automated computerized
dispatch and police information systems and databases to input and retrieve data.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED

  • Receives direction from assigned Sergeant.
  • Receive emergency and non-emergency calls for service within the jurisdictional boundaries of the District; determine nature, location and priority of call and dispatch units accordingly; provide assistance, information and directions to non-emergency callers.
  • Maintain awareness of Police Officers’ and Campus Safety Officers’ activity in the field; communicate with field units through radio in accordance with Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations; maintain status and location of units on foot patrol, vehicle patrol, parking enforcement, and special assignments.
  • Retrieve information from state and federal computer networks regarding wanted persons, stolen vehicles and property, vehicle registration and other related information; relay information to officers in the field.
  • Conduct specialized research; assist law enforcement and authorized staff, locate needed information including reports and records; check warrants, criminal histories and student information in computer.
  • Maintain and update accurate computerized police records and reports.
  • Disseminate records information to law enforcement staff, outside agencies, the public and other employees according to established guidelines, rules and regulations.
  • Respond to public inquiries in a courteous manner; provide information within the area of responsibility; resolve complaints in an efficient and timely manner.
  • Perform a variety of general office duties related to the area of responsibility including compose, format, type, word process, proofread and distribute a variety of general correspondence such as reports, letters, memoranda, and emails.
    • May oversee the work of student workers or temporary staff.
  • Answer the telephone and greet guests; provide information to students, faculty, staff and the general public relative to assigned functions; explain College programs, policies, and procedures.
  • Process, contact owners, and release found property, including vehicle impound and storage releases.
  • Monitor and respond to the police Dispatch email account in a timely manner.
  • Monitor and configure surveillance camera and alarm systems. Make the necessary notifications to field personnel related to suspicious or illegal conduct, intruder and/or fire alarm activations.
  • Monitor arrestees held in the booking room with surveillance camera.
  • Receive, screen, and sort office mail; route to appropriate staff; respond to routine correspondence; send and receive fax transmissions.
  • Send emergency information utilizing email, social media, and Emergency Notification Systems (ENS).
  • Attend in-house training and off campus training as required.
  • Perform related duties and responsibilities as required.

Knowledge of:

  • Operations, services and activities of a police communications center.
  • Operations of a computer aided dispatch system.
  • Techniques of questioning for both emergency and non-emergency calls.
  • Dispatching techniques with use of radio system for communicating and receiving information.
  • Current law enforcement codes, procedures and practices.
  • Principles and procedures of record keeping, security and dissemination.
  • English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation.
  • Standard office procedures, methods and computer equipment.
  • MS Office applications including Word and Excel.
  • Pertinent Federal, State and local laws, codes and regulations.

Ability to:

  • Attend and successfully pass a three week P.O.S.T. approved Basic Dispatcher course.
  • Work under pressure, exercise good judgment, and make sound decisions in emergency situations.
  • React calmly and effectively in emergency situations.
  • Determine priority of emergency situations.
  • Effectively communicate and elicit information from upset and irate callers.
  • Operate 9-1-1, radio transmitting and computer aided dispatch systems.
  • Respond to and resolve difficult and sensitive inquiries and complaints.
  • Work independently in the absence of supervision and during irregular work hours.
  • Type accurately at a speed necessary for successful job performance.
  • Understand and follow oral and written instructions.
  • Operate a variety of office equipment including a computer, teletype and radio.
  • Maintain confidentiality of work performed.
  • Interpret and apply Federal, State and local policies, procedures, laws, codes and regulations.
  • Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
  • Establish and maintain cooperative 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.
  • Work varying shifts including graveyard, day, and swing shifts.
  • Work weekends, holidays, and overtime.

Education and Experience Requirements:
Education: Completion of the twelfth grade or the equivalent.
Experience: One year of responsible police communications or public safety dispatching experience.
Certifications: Must possess or within twelve (12) months of hire obtain and maintain a State of
California Police Officer Standards and Training (POST) Dispatcher Certificate.

Other Requirements:
Successfully pass P.O.ST. standard dispatching testing. Background investigation that includes fingerprinting. Candidates must successfully pass medical and psychological examinations. Additional Information
• Minimum Salary: US Dollar (USD) 5,635
• Maximum Salary : US Dollar (USD) 6,850
• External Closing Date: Sep 5, 2022
• External Opening Date: Aug 4, 2022
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/3339167

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.

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The District’s prohibition against sex and gender discrimination includes sexual harassment and sexual violence.


 

Public Safety Director

Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles

The Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles is seeking a skilled and experienced law enforcement and security professional to be a collaborative leader in the role of Public Safety Director. This single-incumbent classification is responsible for the overall safety of Court facilities, Judicial Officers and Court staff for the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, and serves as the main point of contact and project manager for all safety, security, and emergency management-related issues. Reporting to the Chief Deputy of Finance and Administration, the Public Safety Director is an at-will, executive-level, appointed position and provides recommendations to the Presiding Judge and Executive Officer/Clerk of Court on all safety and security-related matters, which may include safety systems, policies and procedures, and emergency planning and preparedness. The incumbent will also serve as the liaison between the Court and all law enforcement agencies and other first responders for planning, response, and after-action administrative activities related to security incidents. Supervision extends to a team which includes rotating, part-time public safety advisors.

Requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Administration of Justice, Public Administration, or a related field. A Master’s Degree may be an added plus based on overall career experience. Significant executive level experience is desired in (1) municipal law enforcement administration; or (2) equivalent senior managerial experience with a court system (i.e., federal or state courts); or (3) Federal Law Enforcement or similar protection agency. This position is eligible for limited telework although at this executive level the position will require the ability to visit various courthouses and facilities on a regular and consistent basis. This will also include being visible and present throughout the workweek to meet with judicial officers, staff, and operational unit(s). Ability to attend meetings in downtown Los Angeles within a two-hour travel window is required from place of residency. This position does not require POST Certification by the State of California although applicants that have had this level of public safety in-state or nationally are strongly encouraged to submit credentials for consideration.

All applicants must be able to show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 prior to beginning
employment with the Court.
The annual salary for this position is $156,752 to $243,781 DOQ. Additionally, the Public Safety
Director is eligible for County benefits and retirement programs including a defined benefit pension
program through LACERA.

This is a confidential recruitment and will be handled accordingly throughout the various stages of the process. Interested candidates are requested to submit via email to apply@ralphandersen.com no later than Tuesday, September 6, 2022. Electronic submission should include a cover letter and a comprehensive resume. Any specific questions should be directed to Ms. Heather Renschler at 916-630-4900 or alternatively, a specific request for a confidential discussion should be directed to
scheduling@ralphandersen.com.

Detailed brochure available at www.ralphandersen.com/jobs/public-safety-director-superior-court-of-
california-county-of-los-angeles/.


 

Police Officer I/II

(00623-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 – $25.26 or $52, 540.80 annually; Police Officer II – $26.38 or
$54,870.40 annually. Higher starting rate available based on qualifications (see below).

MAXIMUM HOURLY WAGE/SALARY: Police Officer III – $38.95 or $81,016.00 annually

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Upon successful completion of the Police Officer I and II levels, after one year, will move to Police Officer III at $27.57 hour or $57,345.60 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, and collegial interactions, and maintain the highest standards of integrity and ethical behavior.

APPLICATION MUST BE RECEIVED BY 4:30 p.m. on Friday August 19, 2022. Cover letter and resume also required. Please ensure the application is completed fully and accurately.


 


Police Chief

City of Azusa, CA

The City of Azusa (the City), founded in 1887, is situated just 27 miles northeast of the City of Los Angeles. The City boasts a vibrant industrial base and diverse neighborhoods, with active citizens and a strong sense of community. The City is seeking a forward-thinking, community-focused, experienced law enforcement professional with strong leadership presence and excellent interpersonal skills to serve as its Chief of Police. Under general direction, the Police Chief plans, directs and coordinates activities of the Department; implements policies and establishes procedures related to crime prevention, law enforcement, and related community services; develops and administers the department budget; provides highly responsible and technical assistance to the City Manager and City Council. Any combination of education or experience providing the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for satisfactory job performance is qualifying. The ideal candidate will have graduated from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in Police Science, Administration of Justice, Sociology, Psychology, Public Administration or a related field.

A Master’s degree in a related field is strongly preferred. In addition, the ideal candidate will possess ten (10) years of progressively responsible supervisory and management experience in a law enforcement agency. Must be current and in good standing with the Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Certification. Possession (or out of state equivalent) of a POST Management Certificate is required. Graduation from the POST Command College, FBI National Academy, Senior Management Institute for Police and/or the California Police Chiefs Executive Leadership Institute is highly desired. Possession of a Class C California driver’s license and a satisfactory driving record is required.

The annual salary range for the Police Chief position pays up to $230,000. Placement is dependent on qualifications and experience. The City of Azusa also offers an attractive benefits package. If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please visit our website at www.bobmurrayassoc.com to apply online. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call Yasmin Beers at (916) 784-9080.

Filing Deadline: August 19, 2022


City of Vancouver, WA

Assistant Police Chief

With a population of over 195,000 residents, Vancouver, Washington sits on the north bank of the Columbia River and part of the larger Portland, Oregon Metropolitan Area. The Pacific Coast is less than 90 miles to the west and the Cascade Mountain Range rises on the east. The mission of the Vancouver Police Department, in partnership with the community, is to preserve life, protect property, and enhance livability through equitable law enforcement and effective use of resources.

The City is seeking a collaborative and visionary law enforcement professional with demonstrated leadership capabilities to serve as its new Assistant Police Chief. The ideal candidate will be a service-minded individual with excellent communication and interpersonal skills. This individual will have strong community policing skills, and community engagement and will offer a proven record of problem-solving along with experience in strategic and succession planning. A candidate who can multi-task effectively with demonstrated ability to accomplish tasks in a timely manner is essential. Candidates must possess the equivalent to a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and have ten (10) years of increasingly responsible experience at or above the rank of supervisor. Seven (7) or more years of progressive police command/management experience in an equivalent sized public agency is required. Successful graduation from the FBI National Academy, PERF-SMIP and/or similar executive level training is strongly desired.

The monthly salary range for the Assistant Police Chief is $12,822 – $16,674; placement within this range is dependent on qualifications and experience. If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please visit our website at www.bobmurrayassoc.com to apply online. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call Mr. Joel Bryden at (916) 784-9080.

Filing Deadline: August 22, 2022


Police Chief

Glendale Police Department

The Position: Police Chief

The Ideal Candidate
The ideal candidate will be focused and well-versed in community-oriented policing and problem solving to address crime and quality of life challenges. The City desires a hands-on Chief who is an effective administrator and leader with an approachable presence that inspires the confidence and trust of the Police Department’s members, City officials, and community members. The new Chief of Police will need to quickly address public safety concerns by handling issues thoughtfully and transparently, focusing on accountability and collaboration between the Police Department and the community.
The ideal candidate will serve as a resource to colleagues from other City departments and will view other internal departments as a partner and a resource. The Chief must function as an effective advocate for the Department while balancing the needs of various stakeholder groups. This position requires a person who is capable of operating with significant independence and initiative, yet open to input from key stakeholders. The Chief must possess political acumen and sensitivity. The successful candidate will be able to present their opinions in a tactful and diplomatic manner. A hands-on approach and willingness to lead by example are important qualities for the Police Chief. Candidates are expected to have thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of law enforcement administration, organization, and operation; thorough knowledge of pertinent local, State, and Federal laws, rules, and regulations; knowledge and understanding of the Council/Manager form of government; and expertise in all aspects of a sworn law enforcement department. The ability to contribute effectively in accomplishing the City’s goals, objectives, and activities is also paramount.

A focus on well-rounded training programs outside of law enforcement including succession planning, talent development, information technology, automation, and other areas is important. In furtherance of the Department’s mission, the ideal candidate will consistently promote diversity, equity, and inclusion. The Chief will be attuned to the diversity within Glendale and have a keen understanding of how policing affects people, organizations, and businesses within the community.
Additionally, the new Chief will be a highly ethical, collaborative, and dynamic professional who has a
reputation of being a:

  • Balanced Leader: The Chief of Police must continually balance a variety of viewpoints and interests in the community, within the City organization, and within the Police Department. The Chief needs to have empathy, stamina, and finesse to navigate successfully, both internally and externally.
  • Strong Communicator: A strong leader with strong communication skills who is also compassionate, empathetic, highly collaborative, and transparent. The Chief will also encourage openness and demand accountability.
  • Selfless Leader: A selfless leader who is genuine and has a global view that promotes the best interests of the City and the community at-large. The ideal candidate will rely on teamwork and collaboration within the Department, the community, and the broader City organization.
  • Effective Leader: An effective Chief of Police must have a lens for diversity, equity, and inclusion. The Chief should be attuned to the diversity of residents and visitors within the City’s boundaries and have a keen understanding of how policing affects people, organizations, and businesses.

Qualifications and Experience
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 or university with major course work in police science, public or business administration or a related field is required. A P.O.S.T. Management certification is also required. In addition, candidates must possess ten years of experience in contemporary police work which has afforded progressively responsible experience in a variety of police functions culminating in a minimum of two years of responsible command-level duties. Graduation from P.O.S.T. Command College, FBI National Academy, and/or a Master’s degree in a related field is highly desirable.

Compensation and Benefits

The salary for Police Chief is up to $267,071* with placement dependent on qualifications, plus the following additional
compensation:
*Note that salary is under consideration.
Additional Compensation:

  • POST (Supervisory, Management or Executive level) – Up to $1,625/mo.
  • FBI Academy or Command College** – $400/mo.
  • FBI Academy and Command College** – $600.
    **Supervisory/Leadership Institute, Los Angeles Police Department Leadership Program (formerly West Point Leadership Program) or Executive Development may substitute for FBI Academy and Command College.
  • Uniform Allowance – $1,400/year
  • Retiree Health Savings Plan (City Contribution) – $375/mo.
  • Professional Development/Physical Fitness Membership – $450/year
  • Weekend Holiday Mandatory Staff Duty Pay (at the discretion of the City Manager and Police Chief) – $4,200/yearVehicle – Assigned

Employee benefits are competitive, generous, and include:

  • Retirement:
    The City participates in the California Public Employees’ Retirement System under a 3% @ 55 retirement formula for PERS Safety “classic” member employees. New PERS members are under the PEPRA formula of 2.7% @ 57. The employee pays the entire PERS employee contribution of 9% (“classic” members at 3% at 55 formula) or 11.5% (new PEPRA members at 2.7% at 57 formula), plus 3% of the employer contribution.
  • Health Insurance:
    The City provides a choice of five plans including a very rich PPO plan through Anthem Blue Cross, as
    well as an Anthem California Care HMO and Kaiser plans.
  • Executive Medical Reimbursement Plan:
    City Executives who enroll in the Anthem Blue Cross PPO plan participate in the Executive Medical
    Reimbursement Plan (EMRP), which reimburses the employee for all out-of-pocket medical expenses
    incurred up to a maximum of $10,000 per year.
  • Dental & Vision Insurance:
    The City offers a choice of three (3) dental plans and provides a vision benefit plan.
  • Life Insurance:
    The City provides life insurance equal to 1.33 times annual earnings to a maximum of $500,000. Voluntary life insurance, including spouse and child coverage are available.
  • Vacation, Holidays, Sick Leave, Executive Leave:
    • Vacation: Up to 160 hours per year, with carry-over and cash-out provisions.
    • Holidays: 124 hours per year (cash-out up to 60 hours).
    • Sick Leave: 96 hours per year.
    • Executive Leave: Up to 100 hours per year.
    • Other Benefits:
      PERS level four survivor benefit; retiree health savings plan; voluntary 457 deferred compensation program; voluntary 401(a) defined contribution plan; long term disability insurance; credit union; employee assistance program; tuition reimbursement; flexible savings account.

To be considered
Interested candidates should apply by submitting a compelling cover letter and comprehensive resume. Resume should reflect years and months of employment, beginning/ending dates as well as size of staff and budgets you have managed including scope, breadth, and depth of supervision and administrative experience, and five professional references via email to apply@ralphandersen.com no later than Monday, August 15, 2022. Confidential inquiries are welcomed to Mr. Fred Wilson, Ralph Andersen & Associates at (916) 630-4900 or (714) 421-3258.

 

Recruitment Services Provided by Ralph Andersen & Associates


WELFARE FRAUD INVESTIGATOR II
County of Santa Cruz

Supplemental Questionnaire Required
Open and Promotional Job # 22-RH3
Salary: $7,417 – 8,339 / Month Closing Date: Continuous

 

THE JOB: Under direction, investigate cases of suspected welfare fraud and violations of the Public Assistance laws and regulations. Locate and interview witnesses and persons suspected of violations. Obtain and present facts and evidence to support administrative action or prosecution. Perform other work as required.

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

One year of experience as a Welfare Fraud Investigator I at Santa Cruz County or equivalent.

OR

Possession of a high school diploma or GED Equivalency AND three years of professional experience performing responsible investigative work in a law enforcement agency.

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

Background Investigation: An extensive background investigation including a polygraph examination and Personal History Statement which includes work, legal, driving, financial and drug usage histories will be conducted. Ability to pass a full background investigation, medical exam as well as a required psychological exam to meet provisions of Government Code Section 1031.

 

Special Working Conditions: Exposure to variable temperatures and weather conditions; confined workspaces; heights; two-way radio noise; strong, unpleasant odors; infections which might cause chronic disease or death; dust and pollens; chemical irritants; possibility of experiencing bodily injury and/or burns; and contact with a diverse population.

 

Other Special Requirements: Must be a citizen of the United States or a permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for citizenship; willingness when necessary to work irregular hours in various locations throughout the County. Note: This classification has a 12-month probationary period.

 

Knowledge: Thorough knowledge of investigative techniques and procedures; interviewing techniques and procedures; and of the legal rights of citizens. Working knowledge of laws of arrest, and search and seizure; rules of evidence and legal procedure; principles of identification, preservation and presentation of evidence; the sources of information and the techniques used to locate persons; report writing; financial record keeping; and human motivation and behavior. Some knowledge of data processing applications.

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

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

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

Women, minorities and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. If you have a disability that requires test accommodation, please call (831) 454-2600.

To comply with the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act, Santa Cruz County verifies that all new employees are either U.S. citizens or persons authorized to work in the U.S.

DALLAS AREA RAPID TRANSIT
Chief of Police Emergency Mgt

JOB DESCRIPTION
Pay Grade*: 134 / $139,623 < $185,001 < $230,378

Interested applicants should reach out to Gregg Moser at gmoser@kapartners.com to submit a resume and be considered for this role.

GENERAL SUMMARY:

Directs and oversees activities of personnel engaged in Transit Police services for Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART).

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Directs and oversees Police and Emergency Management activities for the protection of customers, employees, property, and sustained readiness for natural and terroristic actions.
  2. Establishes and secures approval of goals and programs for Transit Police activities with broad latitude for decision-making.
  3. Interviews, selects, supervises, develops, evaluates, counsels, and if necessary, terminates subordinate personnel in accordance with established policies,  procedures, and guidelines to include Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action (EEO/AA) program goals and objectives.
  4. Assumes a leadership role in development of policies and procedures for Transit Police that affect most, if not all, organizational components within Transit Police to include reviewing, approving, and evaluating policies and procedures for effectiveness.
  5. Oversees the development and implementation of security measures to deescalate and deter unwanted behavior and promote public safety and security for all customers, employees and community members. Serves as security advisor for DART.
  6. Develops and implements performance standards to measure effectiveness and accountability.
  7. Oversees technical studies for procurement of police equipment, machinery, and devices.
  8. Direct the police budget to ensure sufficient resources to conduct safety and security requirements. Also, monitors trends, variances, and adjustments to ensure the department remains within budget.
  9. Must have excellent writing skills and the ability to brief and report safety and security information and data to the Executive Management Team and Board of Directors.
  10. Acts as a resource to and liaison between police and various departments within DART as well as with external contacts. Represents DART to the public regarding transit and public safety issues.
  11. Promotes established safety, training, and quality assurance programs.
  12. Prepares a variety of reports for management review such as resource allocation, division activities, status reports, etc.
  13. Knowledge of current and new industry trends, methodology, technology, servant leadership models and community policing practices.
  14. Performs other related duties as assigned.

MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  1. Incumbent is subject to the federal testing regulations of safety sensitive positions, which include random alcohol and drug testing as a condition of continued employment.
  2. Must work in a safe manner/constant degree of alertness.
  3. Mental ability to read complex materials and concentrate on details.
  4. Must successfully pass firearms testing with a department issued service weapon within department and TCOLE guidelines; must be able to operate a two-way radio and other police equipment.
  5. Must be able to operate DART police vehicle.
  6. Knowledge of budget development/analysis, and operational cost factors.
  7. Proficiency of PC software applications to include Microsoft Office and other related software applications.
  8. Analytical and creative skills to find solutions to complex interpersonal, technical, and administrative problems.
  9. Dedication to meeting the expectations and requirements of internal and external customers. Gets first-hand customer information and uses it for improvements in products and services. Acts with customers in mind. Establishes and maintains effective relationships with customers and gains their trust and respect.
  10. Ability to write clearly and succinctly in a variety of communication settings and styles. Can communicate messages to achieve the desired outcome.
  11. Ability to directly address conflicts and approach them as opportunities. Read situations quickly. Good at focused listening. Can navigate difficult situations, identify and implement appropriate solutions, and settle disputes equitably. Can find common ground and facilitate cooperation.
  12. Ability to build strong teams. Creates strong morale and spirit in his/her team. Shares wins and successes. Fosters open dialogue and empowers employees to succeed in their work. Defines success in terms of the whole team. Creates a feeling of belonging in the team.
  13. Ability to empower employees by providing challenging and stretching tasks and assignments. Holds frequent development discussions. Is aware of career goals for each direct report. Constructs compelling development plans and executes them.
  14. Ability to accurately scope out length and difficulty of tasks and projects. Sets objectives and goals. Breaks down work into the process steps. Develops schedules and task/people assignments. Anticipates and adjusts for problems and roadblocks. Measures performance against goals. Evaluates results.
  15. Ability to use rigorous logic and methods to identify and solve difficult problems with effective solutions. Is excellent at honest analysis. Looks beyond the obvious and is able to identify the best answers and solutions.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
Note: An equivalent combination of related education and experience may be considered in lieu of the below stated minimums excluding High School Diploma, GED, Licenses, or Certifications.

This position requires a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and ten (10) years of progressively responsible law enforcement experience to include three (3) years at an executive level. Graduation from a command leadership program such as the FBI National Academy, PERF’s Senior Management Institute for Police (SMIP), Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas Leadership Command College, or a similar program is strongly preferred. A master’s degree is preferred.
Candidates must also have a valid Class C driver’s license and be certified as a Texas Peace Officer by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement — or have earned similar certification from another state with the ability to obtain TCOLE certification within six months of their hire.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

Works in an environment where there is exposure to dust, noise, or temperature. May be exposed to unpleasant working conditions to include dust, noise, temperature, weather, petroleum products, and chemicals, assuming incumbent is observing all policies and procedures, safety precautions and regulations, and using all protective clothing and devices provided.

Note: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. The statements are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All employees may perform other duties as assigned.
DART is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, supporting diversity in the workplace. M/F/D/V

Interested applicants should reach out to Gregg Moser at gmoser@kapartners.com to submit a resume and be considered for this role.


POLICE OFFICER / PUBLIC SAFETY RECRUIT
BURLESON POLICE DEPARTMENT

To perform preventive patrol, law enforcement, traffic control & other related duties

JOIN OUR TEAM

  • High School Diploma or GED TCOLE Certified: 30 hours college or 2 years full-time TX police experience
    Non-Certified: 30 hours college
  • Benefits include:
    • TMRS Pension
    • Social Security
    • 2 medical plans
    • Dental
    • Vision
    • Life insurance
    • LTD
    • 3 weeks vacation accrues day 1
    • 13 days sick leave
    • 10 paid holidays
    • 2 weeks paid parental leave
  • LATERAL ENTRY PAY:
    • $60,231.83 Non-Certified Recruit
    • $68,000 Certified Officer (Step 1)
      Longevity & Certification Pay
  • Testing Dates (assigned by June 17th):
    • Tuesday, June 21st at 1PM
    • Wednesday, June 22nd at 9AM & 1PM
    • Thursday, June 23rd at 6PM
    • Friday, June 24th at 1PM
    • Saturday, June 25th at 9AM

Use the link below for details on the test study guide purchase, online application instructions & required documents to upload

Apply By: Friday, June 17, 2022 www.burlesontx.com/jobs
Questions: 817-426-9643 or hr@burlesontx.com

The City of Burleson is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Director of Public Safety
City of Lancaster

The City of Lancaster, California is offering an exciting career opportunity for a Director of Public Safety who embraces blazing new trails and is ready to lead. This high-level executive will function in the newly created role of the City’s Director of Public Safety. The Director of Public Safety is a newly created role and will offer direction to the Public Safety Department, which has a proposed staffing of 24 and a FY22 Budget of $38,791,455. The Director will plan, direct, manage, and oversee the Public Safety’s Department activities and operations for the City of Lancaster. This position will also facilitate the development and implementation of City goals and objectives while providing highly complex administrative support to the City Manager. The Ideal Candidate for the Director of Public Safety will be a strong leader, confident decision-maker, and a strategic organizational thinker, with a true understanding of the evolving public safety needs in the region and statewide.

Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Criminology, Law Enforcement, Public Administration, or related field from an accredited college of university. A Master’s degree is preferred. Well qualified candidates will have at least 7 years of progressively responsible experience with 5 years administrative and supervisory experience. Possession of a P.O.S.T. Intermediate, P.O.S.T. Management Certificate, or higher is desired.

Requires Extensive Knowledge of:

  • Technical and administrative phases of crime prevention, juvenile delinquency prevention, law enforcement, traffic enforcement, code enforcement, and related functions, including investigation and identification.
  • Applicable federal, state, county, and City codes including laws, ordinances, regulations, and recent court decisions affecting the work of the department. Budget preparation and administration, record keeping, and care and custody of persons and property.

The salary range for this position is $179,868 to $239,506 annually plus an excellent executive benefits package including non-safety CalPERS retirement.

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply by submitting a comprehensive resume with a compelling cover letter of interest and accomplishments via email at apply@ralphandersen.com no later than Monday, June 27, 2022. Confidential inquiries are welcomed to Ms. Heather Renschler or Chief Daniel Hahn (ret.), Ralph Andersen & Associates at (916) 630-4900. Detailed brochure available at https://www.ralphandersen.com/jobs/director-of-public-safety-lancaster-ca/.

 


District Police Sergeant
San Joaquin Delta Community College District

Job Number: 2200003I

Under direction of the District Police Chief, acts as working shift supervisor and participates in patrol, criminal, internal and administrative investigations, disciplinary actions and supervises the day-to day operation of assigned programs or functions.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED

Receives general direction from the assigned administrator; working within a framework of established goals and objectives.

Directs, coordinates, supervises, and evaluates the work of assigned staff.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

  • As a shift supervisor; plans, directs and supervises the patrol, dispatch and law enforcement activities during an assigned shift.
  • Prepare, supervise, and direct work schedules; conduct inspections for conformance to dress and uniform codes.
  • Monitor and evaluate work performance of subordinate staff. Plan, coordinate, and conduct evaluations and disciplinary actions. Maintain discipline and insure that Department rules, regulations, and policies are followed during an assigned shift. Writes thorough evaluations and maintains updated performance logs of employees.
  • Assign staff development activities for assigned personnel. Assist with, plan, and oversee or facilitate training programs for police personnel and the campus community.
  • Participate in the screening of and selection of assigned personnel.
  • Respond to crime and accident scenes. Supervise and participate in investigations. Participate in follow-up investigations, including gathering of evidence, questioning of witnesses, and apprehension of suspects. Oversee the collection and preservation of evidence.
  • Ensure that District police officers are dispatched to the scenes of crimes, accidents, and other emergency situations and provides leadership and supervision on these calls where required.
  • Assume lead role in preparing reports in cases for trial and may personally appear in court to present evidence and testimony.
  • Maintain a positive working relationship with prosecutors and other law enforcement agencies.
  • Maintain communications with dispatching center and department officers.
  • Oversee the preparation of reports of shift activity and reviews reports submitted by dispatchers, officers and campus safety officers.
  • Assist in the development of crime control and prevention materials.
  • Cooperate with other shift sergeants to prepare work schedules for assigned staff.
  • Assist in maintaining and updating the automated parking system.
  • Assist in maintaining and upgrading the Automated Records Management System.
  • Assists in the collection, preservation, and destruction of evidence and property.
  • Assist to coordinate police activities with other campus departments and with outside agencies.
  • Participate in the planning, development, implementation and management of the District Police Services department budget as assigned.
  • As assigned, perform the duties and responsibilities of the District Police Chief in the absence of, or in coordination with, the Chief.
  • Participate and assist the District Police Chief to plan, coordinate, and administer the development of District police services operations, policies, goals, objectives and procedures.
  • Participate on committees, task forces, and in special assignments.
  • Maintain currency of knowledge and skills related to the duties and responsibilities.
  • Respond to citizen complaints and requests for information; conduct informal and formal complaint investigations as assigned. Conduct administrative reviews and or investigations as assigned.
  • Provide technical staff assistance to the District Police Chief or College Administration involving such work activities as specialized project research, public information, legislative analysis, statistical analysis and other activities.
  • Evaluate operations and activities of assigned responsibility; recommend improvements and modifications.
  • Assume command and coordination of police activities at emergencies and function as an onsite incident commander. Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge of:

  • Police methods and procedures including patrol, crime prevention, traffic control, investigation, identification techniques, and emergency response.
  • Police records and reports.
  • Criminal law with particular reference to the apprehension, arrest, and custody of persons committing misdemeanors and felonies, including rules of evidence pertaining to the search and seizure and the preservation and presentation of evidence in traffic and criminal cases. Pertinent laws and codes.
  • Principles and practices of supervision, leadership, training, performance evaluations, and personnel management.
  • Well-developed oral and written language skills to prepare reports, professional correspondence, give testimony in court, make presentations, and conduct trainings.
  • Departmental policy and procedures.
  • Geography of the District.

Ability to:

  • Supervise, coordinate, schedule, evaluate, and train subordinates.
  • Analyze situations and adopt effective courses of action.
  • Interpret and apply laws and regulations.
  • Prepare clear, concise, and comprehensive written reports.
  • Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work and with the general public.
  • Sensitivity to and understanding of, the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, linguistic, ethnic backgrounds and disabilities of community college students and staff.
  • Work constructively to resolve conflict and develop a consensus.
  • Work as a contributing member of a team, work productively and cooperatively with other internal or external teams.
  • Oversee Student Service Officer program, Communication Center, Parking program, Emergency Preparedness, Clery/VAWA reporting; as well as, Crime Prevention programs; Evidence/Property Management; Background Investigations.
  • Supervise a variety of special services, programs, projects, and units including the rotation towing program.
  • Staff training and development and coordination of Special Events.
  • Work irregular and on-call hours including weekends, evenings, and holidays.
  • Meet and maintain the departmental firearms qualifications standards.

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • Associate in Arts Degree, or equivalent, in Police Science or related field from an accredited college or university.
  • Three (3) years of active law enforcement experience as a Post Certified Peace Officer in California with one (1) year of leadership or supervisory experience, preferably in a college/university setting.

License/Certification:

  • Possession of an appropriate valid (not expired) California Commission on Peace Officer Standards POST Basic Course certificate or Basic Course POST certificate waiver. Possession of, or eligible (and applied for) POST Intermediate Certificate is preferred.
  • Completion of a police supervisory program approved by the California Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission (POST) within one year of appointment to position as a condition of continued employment.
  • A valid Class “C” California Driver’s License, required.
  • Valid First Aid and CPR certificates.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:

Pre-Employment Requirements

Meet background and character qualifications and pass physical and psychological testing for this position pursuant to the California State Government Code and in accordance with standards established by the California P.O.S.T.

Additional Information

  • Minimum Salary: US Dollar (USD) 87,555
  • Maximum Salary : US Dollar (USD) 104,545
  • External Closing Date: Jun 26, 2022
  • External Opening Date: May 10, 2022

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/3071386

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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POLICE CHIEF
THE CITY OF SELMA

The Ideal Candidate
The City of Selma’s ideal Police Chief is a creative, forward-thinking, local government manager with exceptional communication and leadership skills.

Innovative.
This person will be proactive and visionary, working with the City Manager to prioritize goals while managing day-to-day operations to ensure the future success of the community. The ideal candidate will be able to refine and implement a long-term vision, align resources, and grow organizational capacity to meet future needs. The Police Chief will foster cross-disciplinary teamwork and innovative thinking to solve challenging problems including addressing homelessness, conducting police community oriented events to build trust with the community, developing a recruitment and retention plan for the department, and deploying resources in the most efficient and effective manner.

Communicator.
They will work to engage and manage relationships with city management, departmental employees, other law enforcement agencies, public officials, and the public. The Police Chief understands the importance of being a presence in the community. This person will be an effective listener and communicator, at ease speaking with varied audiences, building consensus, providing transparency in decision-making, and achieving strategic goals.

Focused.
The successful candidate is fully committed to the City of Selma and is capable of prioritizing initiatives and projects, identifying resources needed, and making tough decisions when necessary to ensure the continued success of the department. They lead with confidence, compassion, and emotional intelligence and are community focused. The ideal candidate will be a strong leader who can balance conflicting interests and priorities, be responsive to dynamic needs of the department and community and keep focused on the long-term strategic objectives. The next Police Chief will provide clear professional recommendations grounded in best practices and innovation.

Financial Manager.
The Police Chief will be fiscally prudent, recognize the importance of long-term planning, and be able to articulate the options for varying levels of service and their cost implications in a transparent manner. The Police Chief will ensure the department continues to be fiscally, socially, and environmentally sustainable. The ideal candidate will confidently manage the budget process, seek out additional funding opportunities, strive for financial transparency, and enter the role with a strong financial background.

Leader.
The City of Selma’s Police Chief will be a collaborative, facilitative leader who empowers its high-performing, competent staff. This person will provide clear expectations and be an effective team builder, instilling confidence and pride in staff and recognizing and utilizing the talent and capabilities of employees. The ideal candidate will be a decisive leader who will set high standards, communicate those standards clearly, and hold staff accountable for results.

Collaborative.
The next Police Chief will have proven success in building relationships and collaborating with government, private, nonprofit, community, and educational partners to achieve community goals.

Culturally Competent.
The successful candidate understands Selma’s unique culture and has experience in engaging with a culturally and economically diverse population.

Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in law enforcement, criminal justice, political science, public administration, or a closely related field and five (5) years of increasingly responsible professional and administrative experience in all major phases of law enforcement or public safety including three (3) years in a supervisory capacity. A Master’s degree and Command College or FBI Academy graduate is desirable.

Licenses and Certifications:
Possession of a valid Class C California Motor Vehicle Operators License; certificate of completion of the P.O.S.T. Advanced Training and Management course work; standard CPR and First Aid Certificates issued by the American Red Cross.

The annual salary range for the Police Chief position is $116,771.20 – $141,939.20; placement within this range is dependent upon qualifications. The City also provides an excellent array of benefits that include:

Retirement: Employees hired on or prior to December 31, 2012, and who are considered “classic”
Safety members of CalPERS currently contribute 9% of the “employee’s share” plus have a cost share of
3% of the “employer’s share” for the 2.0% @ 50 Retirement Plan (integrated with Social Security).
Employees hired on or after January 1, 2013, who are considered a “new” Safety member of CalPERS
per PEPRA regulations, will contribute 50% of the “total cost” for the 2.7% @ 57 Retirement Plan
(integrated with Social Security). Participation is mandatory.

Social Security: Employer and employees pay into the Social Security system through payroll
deduction.

Deferred Compensation Plan: City employees may voluntarily participate in a tax-deferred
retirement plan, which allows employees to defer a part of their wages and at the same time, lower
their state and federal income taxes. City contributions may be provided for The Police Chief up to
$2,100 annually.

Holidays: The City normally observes twelve (12) holidays a year and employees receive an additional
floating holiday for their birthday each year.

Vacation: Basic vacation is accumulated at the rate of one day for each month worked. Beginning with
the sixth year of service, additional vacation is accumulated for longevity up to a maximum of 24 days a
year.

Administrative Leave: Department Heads receive 40 hours of administrative leave per fiscal year.

Sick Leave: Is accumulated at the rate of one workday a month. Sick leave should be used carefully
and preserved for serious illness, emergencies, or personal necessity.

Group Insurance: The Police Chief may participate in health, dental, vision and group life insurance
programs. The City pays approximately 90% of these premiums for the employee and eligible
dependents.

Stipends: A cell phone stipend and take home vehicle is provided for The Police Chief.

The deadline to apply is May 30, 2022, before 11:59 PM PST.
To be considered for this exciting opportunity, candidates should apply at: https://bit.ly/SelmaPolChief

Qualified candidates are required to submit a Letter of Interest and a focused resume detailing their recent (within the past 10 years) experience and demonstrated career accomplishments relevant to this position along with their application.

Each candidate’s background will be evaluated based on information submitted at the time of application, and qualified candidates will participate in a preliminary remote screening interview, tentatively scheduled for June 2022. Only the most qualified candidates will be invited to a first-round interview process with the technical panel and a subsequent community panel, tentatively scheduled for mid-to-late June 2022.

Only the names of the most qualified candidates who pass the first-round interview process will be submitted for consideration for final selection by the City Manager. The final interviews are tentatively scheduled for early July 2022.

Neither Regional Government Services nor the City of Selma are responsible for failure of internet forms or email transmission in submitting your application. Candidates who may require special assistance in any phase of the application or selection process should advise us by emailing ahicks@rgs.ca.gov.

 


Police Officer – Employment Opportunity

Interested in an opportunity to serve in an impactful and meaningful way? Apply today and become a Police Officer (Lateral or Academy Graduate) with the City of Healdsburg!

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

Break away from the big city hustle and seek excitement and comradery within the City of Healdsburg, where there is an emphasis on community-based policing. Become a part of a team where there is familiarization between law enforcement and its community residents and find value in a collaborative approach to problem-solving.

In addition to a competitive salary ($82,526 – $105,327 annually), retirement through CalPERS and generous benefits package, you may be eligible for a hiring incentive and relocation assistance:

  • $3,500 upon hire for Entry Level Officers or Police Academy Graduates and $3,500 upon successful completion of probation.
  • $5,000 upon hire for Lateral Officers and $5,000 upon successful completion of probation.
  • Relocation Assistance up to $2,500 for candidates outside of a 100-mile radius of the city.

City of Healdsburg Police Officer Benefits:

  • City paid Medical, Dental, Vision and EAP (Kaiser Permanente benchmark)
  • 13 Paid Holidays
  • 3% Shift Differential Pay
  • Bilingual Pay Incentive
  • Educational Pay Incentive
  • 2-8% Longevity Pay for 5 or more years
  • City paid Life Insurance and Long-Term Disability
  • Uniform Allowance
  • Optional Deferred Compensation Plan

Review the full position description, and apply online today, at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/healdsburgca

Contact the Human Resources Team with any questions via email at hr@healdsburg.gov or via telephone at 707-431-3322.

 


District Police Officer
San Joaquin Delta Community College District

Job Number: 2200003H

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: Jun 21, 2022

External Opening Date: May 10, 2022

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/3071470

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.

 


Police Chief
City of San Ramon, CA

The City of San Ramon, CA (population 83,118) is a charter city, which operates under a Council-Manager form of government. The Police Chief oversees, directs, and participates in all activities of the Police Department for the City and for surrounding areas. Responsibilities include strategic planning for use of resources, coordination of departmental activities with those of other local jurisdictions, and oversight to ensure that services provided and plans implemented are of the highest quality. The incumbent is accountable for accomplishing Departmental planning and operational goals and objectives and for furthering the City’s overall goals.

The City is seeking a transparent, strategic leader who will be actively engaged in community policing and who understands how technology can be used as a force-multiplier. Any combination of experience and education that could likely provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying, such as education equivalent to graduation from a four-year college or university with major coursework in criminal justice, police science, public administration, or a related field; and a minimum of two (2) years of executive or command-level managerial experience in a law enforcement agency equivalent to the role of Commander, Captain or above. An additional requirement includes possession of a Management Certificate issued by the California State Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) or an out-of-state equivalent. Completion of P.O.S.T. Command College, FBI National Academy, the California Police Chiefs Executive Leadership Institute, PERF’s Senior Management Institute for Police and/or a master’s degree is highly desirable.

The annual salary range for the Police Chief is $180,110 – $240,086. If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please visit our website at www.bobmurrayassoc.com to apply online. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call Joel Bryden or Nina Jamsen at (916) 784-9080.

Filing Deadline: June 17, 2022


POLICE OFFICER (Lateral/P.O.S.T. Certified)


Job No:
513566

Work Type: Staff

Locations: San Marcos

Categories: Unit 8 – SUPA – State University Police Association, Probationary, Full Time, Safety

Job Overview

This Police Series encompasses those positions whose primary function is to ensure the protection and public safety of CSUSM students, faculty, staff, property, and members of the general public who visit CSUSM. Incumbents assigned to this series must have successfully completed a certified California Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) program.

Applications are being accepted for Police Officer positions within our University Police Department. This pool will be used to fill vacant positions on an as-needed basis throughout the year.

Applications are valid for six (6) months from the date received. After six (6) months, applicants must submit a new application to remain in the pool.

Under the direction of a supervisor, performs patrol duties in a vehicle or on foot to protect university students, personnel, visitors, property, and facilities from accidents, bodily harm, fire, theft, vandalism, and illegal entry. Enforces laws and traffic regulations, and apprehends violators. Provides general information and assistance to the public. Maintains comprehensive knowledge of laws, Department Rules and Regulations, General Orders and University policies; prepares various reports; performs word-processing.

Position Summary

Police Officer

This is a full time, non-exempt position, which will lead toward permanent status following the successful completion of a probationary period.

This position is eligible for a broad range of benefits, including medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurances, retirement (CalPERS), tuition waiver, vacation and sick leave. In addition, 14 paid holidays are offered each year; 13 scheduled on specific days and a Personal Holiday that may be taken any time during the year.

A comprehensive benefits summary for this position is available online by visiting our https://www.csusm.edu/hr/benefits/documents/benefit_summaries/employee_benefits_summary_online.pdf.

To view the full job description and position requirements, please click on the following link: https://www.csusm.edu/hr/recruitment/cc/police_officer_fas_upd.pdf

Anticipated Hiring Salary Range: $4,963 – $7,669 per month

CSU Classification Salary Range: $4,963 – $7,669 per month

California State University San Marcos

A mid-size university located in San Diego’s vibrant North County, we are dedicated to service, innovation, leadership and diversity. We have an attentive faculty and state-of-the-art facilities which offer our students hundreds of opportunities to learn, lead, play and serve.

California State University San Marcos is a new kind of university, pushing the boundaries of innovation to prepare tomorrow’s leaders, build stronger communities and solve pressing issues.

Cutting-edge research meets hands-on application at our campus and in the real world.

Application Process

Applications are being accepted for Police Officer positions within our University Police Department. This pool will be used to fill vacant positions on an as-needed basis throughout the year.

Applications are valid for six (6) months from the date received. After six (6) months, applicants must submit a new application to remain in the pool.

Application requires answers to supplemental questions.

Applicants who require an accommodation during the application or testing process due to a disability recognized under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)/CA Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) should notify the Office of Human Resources at (760) 750-4418 or e-mail: mailto:hr@csusm.edu. Hearing & speech impaired call our TDD at (760) 750-3238.

Supplemental Information

CSU requires faculty, staff, and students who are accessing campus facilities to be immunized against COVID-19 or declare a medical or religious exemption from doing so. Any candidates advanced in a currently open search process should be prepared to comply with this requirement. The systemwide policy can be found at https://calstate.policystat.com/policy/9779821/latest/ Questions should be sent to the Office of Human Resources at mailto:hr@csusm.edu.

Following a conditional offer of employment, satisfactory completion of a background check (including criminal records check) is required prior to beginning employment. Any offer of employment rescinded if the background check reveals disqualifying information, and/or it is discovered that the candidate knowingly withheld or falsified information. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the continued employment of a current CSU employee who was conditionally offered the position.

Must have a Basic California POST Certificate OR completed a California POST police academy and obtained a POST certified training certificate for the basic course prior to hire.

Must successfully meet and pass a pre-employment medical examination and drug screen.

The person holding this position is considered a ‘mandated reporter’ under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 Revised July 21, 2017 as a condition of employment.

California State University San Marcos is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer that is strongly committed to promoting diversity in all areas of the campus community. We consider qualified applicants for employment without regard to age, physical or mental disability, gender or sex, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, medical condition, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion or religious creed, sexual orientation, and veteran or military status.

The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act or Clery Act Notification can be found at https://www.csusm.edu/clery/annualreports.html.

California State University San Marcos is not a sponsoring agent for staff or management positions (i.e. H1-B visas).

Positions are posted for a minimum of 14 days.

To apply, visit https://apptrkr.com/3022832


COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICER

City of Lathrop, California

The annual salary ranges are reflected below:
• CSO I $66,914 – $81,334
• CSO II $72,072 – $87,604
• CSO III $79,539 – $96,680

The city offers an attractive benefits package.
Application deadline: Open until filled.
First resume review: Friday, April 8, 2022.

The City is looking for experienced Community Service Officers to fill three vacancies. Newly hired Community Officers will be enthusiastic and compassionate individuals committed to community policing and dedicated to addressing the needs of the community. The City will fill the Community Services Officer vacancies at either the I, II or the III level dependent upon the incumbent’s experience and qualifications.

Lathrop (San Joaquin County), encompassing 23 square miles, is located 70 miles east of San Francisco and 55 miles south of Sacramento at the northern end of the
San Joaquin Valley. The San Joaquin River and Interstate 5 bisect the City to the west, and the Union Pacific Railway to the east. Offering immediate access to Interstate 5, Interstate 205 and Highway 120, the City of Lathrop is truly at the crossroads of commerce making it the “SMART” choice location for residents, businesses, and
industry.

For more information about this position, and to apply online, please visit: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/CPSHRRS/jobs/3478010-0/community-services-officer


POLICE CAPTAIN

EASY BAY REGIONAL PARK DISTRICT, CALIFORNIA

The East Bay Regional Park District (EBRPD) contains 73 parks, 55 miles of San Francisco and Delta shorelines, 1,330 miles of park trails, and a regional green trail transportation network of 250 miles of paved trails all within its 125,000 acres, making it the largest regional Park District in the United States. The District is seeking an invested and committed Police Captain who will embrace the District’s mission.

The ideal candidate has humility, the ability to listen, and has experience presenting to political bodies, the community, and other law enforcement personnel. An individual who understands the diverse community we serve and can adjust to dynamic situations and implement effective decisions accordingly is sought. Qualified candidates possess at least five (5) years of experience in the public safety or law enforcement field, two (2) of which must have been in a first-level manager position. A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Police Science, Public Administration, or a related field is required, but additional experience may substitute for a maximum of two years of the required education on a year for year basis.

The monthly salary for the Police Captain is $13,939.46 to $19,612.66. EBRPD also offers a generous benefits package.
If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please visit our website at www.bobmurrayassoc.com to apply online. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call Mr. Joel Bryden or Ms. Adele Fresé at (916) 784-9080.

Filing Deadline: April 18, 2022


DEPUTY POLICE CHIEF

DAVIS, CA

The City of Davis (population nearly 69,000) is a classic college town known for its desirable quality of life, excellent K-12 schools, a small-town atmosphere, and an emphasis on parks and open spaces. Davis is conveniently located in Yolo County, twenty minutes from the state capitol and set between the coastal range to the west and towering Sierra Nevada Mountains to the east. The City of Davis is seeking an experienced law enforcement professional with demonstrated leadership capabilities to serve as its new Deputy Police Chief. A humble leader that can lead by example and mentor staff is sought. The ideal candidate will be a service-minded individual with effective communication, both verbally and in writing, and will possess excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to listen. The incoming Deputy Chief will be an engaging and approachable leader who will maintain a high level of discipline and support high morale in the Department.

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 equivalent to a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in police science and administration, public administration, business administration, political science, or a related field. A master’s degree in public or business administration is desired. Three (3) years of increasingly responsible experience in a middle management capacity or higher in a municipal police department including three years of supervisory responsibility. Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate

California driver’s license. Possession of a California POST Management Certificate or out of state equivalent is required.
The annual salary range for the incoming Deputy Police Chief is $141,190 – $171,620; placement within this range is dependent upon qualifications. Additional incentive pay can increase the salary up to 21%. The City also offers an attractive benefits package.

To apply for this outstanding opportunity, please visit our website at www.bobmurrayassoc.com where you can apply online. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Joel Bryden at (916) 784-9080.

Filing Deadline: April 15, 2022


CITY OF SUGAR LAND

is pleased to offer applicants the opportunity to apply for the position of:
Police Officer Non-Certified

SALARY:
$25.30 Hourly
$52,624.00 Annually

OPENING DATE: 02/04/22

CLOSING DATE:
03/11/22 05:00 PM

POSITION DESCRIPTION:
The City of Sugar Land is seeking highly qualified applicants for the position of Non-Certified Police Officer. The City of Sugar Land is located on the southwest side of Houston and is one of the fastest growing communities in the state.  With a population of 118,118, Sugar Land has been repeatedly ranked as one of America’s safest cities  in the past ten years.  Sugar Land boasts a diverse population, entertainment venues and a vibrant business community.  The Sugar Land Police Department is a CALEA  accredited department of over 170 sworn officers with opportunities for specialized assignments and training.

SUMMARY OF DUTIES:
A Non-Certified Police Officer is an individual who will attend and successfully complete a Basic Peace Officer Certification Course at an approved TCOLE Academy in adherence to the Academy guidelines. This individual must successfully pass the TCOLE Basic Peace Officer Certification Examination.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
A Non-Certified Police Officer is an individual who has a Bachelor’s Degree with a GPA of 2.0 or higher OR who has two (2) years of military service with an Honorable Discharge.

Qualified candidates must have:
• A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited school or university with a GPA of 2.0 or higher. (The institution/program must be recognized as accredited through the U.S. Department of Education – Office of Postsecondary Education.)
OR
• Two years active United States Armed Forces Military Experience with an Honorable Discharge.

In addition, qualified candidates must be 21 years old, or older, must have a valid driver license with a good driving record and a stable employment record with no history of any conduct which may affect suitability for law enforcement work. Candidates must pass each step of the selection process, which includes: written test, physical fitness test, oral interview board, polygraph test, and a thorough background investigation. Candidates should be aware that sensitive or confidential aspects of their personal lives will be explored. Must successfully complete and graduate from the Police Academy and pass the Texas Police Officer Certification (TCOLE) exam. Admission, discovery or conviction of a felony is a permanent rejection. A job description for a City of Sugar Land Certified Police Officer is posted on-line. Non-smokers are preferred.

Candidates must meet all qualifications by June 1, 2022 to be eligible to participate in this recruitment.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
Compensation
• FY2022 Starting Pay for Certified Police Officer: $30.46/hour
• FY2022 Starting Pay for Non-Certified Police Recruit: $25.30/hour
• Incentive pay for education and TCOLE certifications
• Member – Texas Municipal Retirement System (TMRS) – 7% contribution with 2:1 matching funds.
• Excellent health benefits.
• Uniforms, weapons and equipment provided
• 11 paid holidays annually, sick leave and 80 hours paid vacation annually.
Recruitment/Selection Process (You must pass each step of the selection process before you go to the next step.)

Step 1: Complete an Application

Applications must be received by 5:00 PM on March 11, 2022. Qualified candidates will be notified by e-mail that they are eligible to test. A study guide for the written test may be picked up between March 14 through March 18, 2022 at Sugar Land City Hall.

To complete an application, go to www.sugarlandtx.gov click on “Employment”, scroll to the list of open positions and select “Non-Certified Police Officer”. You must complete the on-line application.

Step 2: Testing (Written, Physical Assessment and Preliminary Interview – Saturday, March 19, 2022 scheduled for same day)

A. Report on the date, time and location for the written test.  Passing score is 70% or higher on each section.
B. A physical assessment will be administered after written test. Information about these requirements is posted on-line and will be e-mailed to applicants.
C. A preliminary interview will be conducted with those applicants who have passed both the written test and physical assessment.

Step 3: Background Packet Completion and Investigation

Applicants who pass the phases of testing listed in Step 2 will be given a Personal History Statement to complete and return to the Training Unit by the specified date.

Step 4: Oral Review Board

After the initial interview applicants will be scheduled for an interview with the Oral Review Board during the week of March 21, 2022.  This interview is pass or fail, and will consist of 3 parts:

1. getting to know the applicant
2. job knowledge questions
3. situational reasoning questions

Step 5: Polygraph Examination

Applicants who pass the background investigation and are being considered for sworn employment will undergo a polygraph examination.

Related Time Periods and Information:

Our goal is to complete the recruitment process by July 23, 2022.

If an applicant is rejected for any of the reasons listed in the “Rejection Criteria”, they will be required to wait the specified time to apply again.

Final Steps: Eligibility Pool, Conditional Job Offer, Medical and Psychological Testing
Candidates who pass all of the above are placed in an eligibility (applicant) pool.  This is not a guarantee of employment; however, the City of Sugar Land does make job offers from the applicant pool. Subsequently, if a conditional job offer is made to a candidate by the Chief of Police, the candidate must successfully complete medical and psychological exams before a final job offer is made by the Human Resources Department.

Candidates should be aware that sensitive or confidential aspects of their personal lives will be explored.

Equal Opportunity Employer – Drug Free Workplace

Posted February 4, 2022

For detailed information and to apply online please visit our website at www.sugarlandtx.gov and look under “Job Opportunities”.  For any other inquiries please contact the Sugar Land Police Department Training Unit at 281-275-2914.

 


Chief of Police
City of Manhattan Beach, California

The City of Manhattan Beach is currently conducting a state-wide search effort, seeking highly qualified candidates to lead its Police Department. Overseeing a staff of 107, the Chief of Police will have an engaging and highly personable leadership and management style. The Chief will enthusiastically interact with the community and at the same time lead and support members of the Police Department. The Manhattan Beach Police Department (MBPD) is headquartered at a state-of-the-art Police and Fire Safety Facility, housing the latest in public safety technology. The FY21/22 Budget for MBPD is approximately $31.8 million annually. The selected candidate for this position will also have a focus on building a strong team, fostering succession planning, and recognizing the need to build a strong bench for future promotions and leadership within the MBPD.
This position requires a Bachelor’s degree and 8 years of local law enforcement and management experience, including a minimum of 2 years of experience at or above the rank of Police Captain. Experience in California is essential in this role. Additionally, a proven track record of community engagement and working with the community, businesses, and other stakeholder groups is strongly desired. A Master’s degree is highly desirable.

Annual salary range for this position is $219,168 to $283,908 based upon the qualifications plus an excellent benefits package, including CalPERS retirement.
Interested candidates are encouraged to apply immediately by submitting a compelling cover letter and comprehensive resume to apply@ralphandersen.com. Confidential inquires welcomed to Ms. Heather Renschler or Chief Daniel Hahn (ret) at (916) 630-4900. Detailed brochure available at www.ralphandersen.com/jobs/police-chief-manhattan-beach-ca/.


Director, Department of Public Safety
City of Las Vegas, NV

The City of Las Vegas is offering a unique opportunity for an experienced public safety executive to lead an organization with considerable independence, integrity, and best practices. The Director, Department of Public Safety is responsible for the planning, directing, management, and oversight of the activities and operations of the  Department of Public Safety including detention, animal control, and marshals (patrolling city parks and the “Fremont Experience” downtown). The City’s detention facility has an inmate capacity of approximately 700 to 1,000. Total staff count is 400 with an operating budget of $83.5 million. This executive-level position also coordinates assigned activities with other city departments and outside agencies (Metro Police Department and other local jurisdictions) in the region. The Director also provides leadership to the department’s efforts on community policing.
Requires a Bachelor’s degree and 6 years of increasingly responsible experience in corrections, criminal justice, public administration, or a related field, including two years of administrative and management responsibility. Applicants must possess current P.O.S.T. certification in the State of Nevada at the time of application or demonstrate the ability to obtain reciprocity within a reasonable period.

The salary range for the Director of Public Safety is from $114,922 to $183,877 annually. The City offers an excellent benefits package.
Interested candidates are encouraged to apply immediately by submitting a cover letter and comprehensive resume to Ralph Andersen & Associates at apply@ralphandersen.com no later than March 15, 2022. Confidential inquiries are welcomed to Ms. Heather Renschler, Project Director or Mr. John Slaughter at (916) 630-4900. Detailed brochure available at www.ralphandersen.com/jobs/director-dps-las-vegas-nv/.

 


Operations Commander Pullman, WA

Qualifications

Bachelors Degree from Accredited College or University 4+ Years as Police Sergeant or 2+ Years as Police Lieutenant Currently Employed (within 18 months) as Sergeant  or Above Certified or Eligible for Certification in Washington State

 

 

Get to know us and apply today

pullman-wa.gov/jobs

 

 

Competitive Pay Quality Officers Outstanding Culture supportive community

Pullman PD is a full-service law enforcement agency, proudly serving the Pacific Northwest community of Pullman, Washington.

Policing Our Community With Compassion & Professionalism

 


Chief of Police and Campus Safety

MiraCosta College

For full details and to apply, go to https://apptrkr.com/2802503

Type of Assignment: Full Time

Assignment Category: Regular Position

Position Details:

One 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.

IMPORTANT: MiraCosta College requires that all employees be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to promote a safe and healthful workplace for employees and to promote the health and safety of our campus community. Unvaccinated employees are at greater risk of contracting and spreading COVID-19 within the workplace and to the college community that depends on college programs and services. As of August 23, 2021, all employees must submit proof of vaccination or request and receive approval for a medical or religious exemption prior to their start date. For more information, please visit https://www.miracosta.edu/covid/covid-vaccination-requirements.html

Salary Range: 14 (classified administrators)

Compensation: The starting salary for this position is $129,207 per year (Range 14, step 1) on the 2021-2022 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). Please note that membership is in school CalPERS, not safety CalPERS.

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, February 8, 2022.

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 first screening 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) proof of being fully vaccinated* for COVID-19 or requesting and receiving approval for a medical or religious exemption; 2) successful completion of a pre-employment POST physical exam at district expense; 3) submission of a current tuberculosis test clearance; 4) proof of eligibility to work in the United States; 5) successful completion of a comprehensive background investigation, including a psychological evaluation; 6) fingerprint clearance; and 7) approval by the Board of Trustees.

*Individuals are considered fully vaccinated against COVID-19 two weeks or more after they have received the second dose in a 2-dose series (e.g. Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna), or two weeks or more after they have received a single-dose vaccine (e.g., Johnson and Johnson [J&J/Janssen).
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 (10) 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 of appointment.

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: S21/22037P

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, February 8, 2022. Applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled.

About MiraCosta College
MiraCosta College is one of California’s 115 public community colleges. The district operates two campus sites and two centers and offers a robust online education program. Situated between San Diego and Los Angeles, MiraCosta College benefits from multicultural influences and cultural opportunities. Both students and staff enjoy a friendly atmosphere and the feeling that we are all here to help one another. MiraCosta College is an Equal Opportunity Employer with a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. For more details, please visit our website at https://www.miracosta.edu/office-of-the-president/board-of-trustees/_docs/3400BP-Diversity-Equity-Inclusion.pdf

 


Certified Police Officer – Lateral
Village of Huntley

The Huntley Police Department is Hiring Experienced Police Officers for Lateral Transfer. Apply at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/huntleyIL

Starting Salary: $65,734 – $84,503 (as of 1/1/22)
Current Assigned Shift Schedules: rotating 12 hour shifts, every other weekend off
Population: 29,563
Sworn Officers: 38
Application Deadline: 02/18/2022

The Village of Huntley Police Department is seeking qualified, experienced Police Officers for lateral entry. We currently have multiple positions available and plan to hire as soon as possible.

The Village of Huntley’s reputation as one of the best communities in the Chicagoland area is highly dependent on our police officers. The Village of Huntley is a growing community in an ideal location, making it a great place to live and work!
Additional information can be found on our website: https://www.huntley.il.us/patrol_officer_recruitment.php

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Must have successfully completed the Illinois Basic Law Enforcement Academy and possess certification from the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board
  • Citizen or lawful permanent resident of the United States.
  • Individuals must be at least 21 years old.
  • Education – High School diploma or its equivalent and an Associate’s Degree (Associate’s Degree requirement waived if at least 60 credits have been completed towards a Bachelor’s Degree or for qualifying military service).
  • Experience – as least 2 years’ experience as a full-time, sworn certified law enforcement officer within the last 2 years preceding the date of application. Municipal experience preferred.
  • Applicant must be in good standing in the police department in which the person serves, or laid off due to budgetary restraints.
  • Must have no felony convictions and be of good moral character.
  • Possess substantially equivalent skills and abilities of a Village of Huntley Police Officer who has completed the probationary period, as determined by the Village.
  • Possession of an Illinois Driver’s License and the ability to obtain a Firearm/Weapon License

Selection 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.


Chief Welfare Fraud Investor

Salary: $ 99,133 – 132,267 / Annually
Beautiful Coastal Community
Mediterranean Climate
Excellent Quality of Life Environment
Closing Date: Friday, February 11, 2022

The Position
The County of Santa Cruz Human Services Department is recruiting for a Chief Welfare Fraud Investigator. The ideal candidate is a qualified professional with broad experience conducting investigations and experience in Law Enforcement. The Chief Welfare Fraud Investigator serves as a team leader on difficult and complex cases and needs to have strong leadership experience to make independent decisions within established policies and procedures. The incumbent will be responsible for planning, organizing, coordinating, supervising, and evaluating the work of investigative and support staff including developing and delivering in-service training programs on fraud prevention and related topics. The Chief Welfare Fraud Investigator will have knowledge of Federal and State laws regulating the activities of the Department of Social Services and welfare fraud prevention.

The Community of Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz County has approximately 270,000 residents and is situated in the northern area of Monterey Bay, 70 miles south of San Francisco and 35 miles southwest of the Silicon Valley. The County’s natural beauty is apparent in its pristine beaches, lush redwood forests and rich farmland. It has an ideal Mediterranean climate with low humidity and 300 days of sunshine a year. Its unique shops and restaurants, coupled with a multitude of cultural and recreational activities, including theatre, music, art, as well as golfing, surfing, hiking and biking offer a wealth of leisure activities. Higher education includes Cabrillo College and the University of California, Santa Cruz, with two additional State Universities less than an hour away. These elements of high-quality living make Santa Cruz one of California’s most desirable areas. live, work, and play!

Qualifications
Any combination of training and experience which would provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain these knowledge and abilities would be:
Three years of law enforcement supervision experience which would demonstrate application or possession of the knowledge and abilities.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
• Must meet minimum employment standards defined by Section 1031 of the Government Code.
• Possession of a POST Basic Certificate or Specialized Investigators Certificate.
• Possession of a valid California Class C Driver License.

Knowledge
Thorough knowledge of investigative techniques. Working knowledge of the legal process involved in the prosecution of welfare fraud, the rules of evidence, laws of arrest and search and seizure; regulations governing eligibility and grant determination for Food Stamps and General Assistance programs; laws relating to welfare fraud; report writing techniques and procedures; client rights and the Fair Hearings and Civil Rights Process. Some knowledge of the principles and practices of supervision and training; budgeting, management and organization and data processing applications.

Abilities
Plan, organize, coordinate, supervise and evaluate the work of subordinate staff; interpret, explain and apply complex regulations, laws and directives dealing with welfare fraud and eligibility for public assistance programs; conduct complex and sensitive investigations; review and evaluate investigative reports, statements and complaints to determine appropriate action; establish and maintain an effective working relationship with others; communicate clearly and logically in oral and written form and make
effective presentations; develop and deliver in-house and on-the-job training; learn to access, input and analyze data using a computer.

Supplemental Questionnaire
Please respond to the following questions using no more than one page per question.
1. Please describe your knowledge and experience dealing with systems data breaches and cybersecurity.
2. Please provide an example of your experience working on sensitive internal investigations. Be specific about your role and the resources you utilized to conduct your investigations.

The Application Process
Apply online at www.santacruzcountyjobs.com or mail/bring an application and supplemental questionnaire to: Santa Cruz County Personnel Department, 701 Ocean Street, Room 510, Santa Cruz, CA 95060. For information, call (831) 454-2600. Hearing Impaired TDD/TTY: 711. Applications will meet the final filing date if received: 1) in the Personnel Department by 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date or 2) submitted online before midnight of the final filing date. For more information regarding the recruitment and examination procedure please contact Personnel Analyst, Susana Silva, at (831) 454-3596.

Note: Provisions of this bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS:

  • VACATION – 16 days 1st year, increasing to 31 days per year after 15 years service. Available after 1 year service.
  • ADMINISTRATIVE LEAVE – One week advanced upon appointment; two weeks accrued each year; can be taken in cash or time off.
  • HOLIDAYS – 13 paid holidays per year.
  • SICK LEAVE – Six days per year.
  • BEREAVEMENT LEAVE – 3 days paid in California, 5 days paid out-of-state.
  • MEDICAL PLAN – The County contracts with CalPERS for a variety of medical plans. For most plans, County contributions pay a majority of the premiums for employees and eligible dependents.
  • DENTAL PLAN – County pays for employee and eligible dependent coverage.
  • VISION PLAN – The County pays for employee coverage. Employee may purchase eligible dependent coverage.
  • RETIREMENT AND SOCIAL SECURITY – Pension formula 2% at age 60 or 2% at age 62 as determined based on provisions of the CA Public Employees’ Pension Reform Act of 2013(PEPRA). Pension benefit determined by final average compensation of three years. County participates in Social Security.
  • LIFE INSURANCE – County paid $50,000 term policy. Employee may purchase additional life insurance.
  • LONG TERM DISABILITY PLAN – Plan pays 66 2/3% of the first $13,500, up to $9,000 per month maximum.
  • DEPENDENT-CARE PLAN – Employees who pay for qualifying child or dependent care expenses may elect this pre-tax program.
  • H-CARE PLAN – Employees who pay a County medical premium may elect this pre-tax program.
  • HEALTH CARE FLEXIBLE SPENDING ALLOWANCE (HCFSA) – Employees may elect this pre-tax program to cover qualifying health care expenses.
  • DEFERRED COMPENSATION – A deferred compensation plan is available to employees.

Police Officer I/II (05322-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, 771.20 annually;
Police Officer II – $25.99 or $54,059.20 annually.

Higher starting rate available based on qualifications (see below).
MAXIMUM HOURLY WAGE/SALARY: Police Officer III – $38.37 or $79,809.60 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 $56,492.80 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 Monday, January 24, 2022. Cover letter and resume also required. Please ensure the application completed fully and accurately.

 


Police Officer – Employment Opportunity

The City of Healdsburg is currently recruiting for the exciting opportunity of Police Officer! Submit an application today at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/healdsburgca/

This is an opportunity to serve the City of Healdsburg in an impactful and meaningful way. The Police Department at the City of Healdsburg emphasizes a community-based policing model where there is familiarization between law enforcement and its community residents and there is a collaborative approach to problem-solving.

By joining our team at the City of Healdsburg, you can take advantage of our amazing benefits, such as low to no cost health insurance rates, CalPERS retirement pension, and generous paid time off! The salary range of Police Officer is $6,877 – $8,777 per month.

Police Officer Overview
To perform general law enforcement and crime prevention duties; enforce laws and practice  community policing; respond to calls for the protection of life and property; and to provide technical support to an assigned supervisor.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Meet P. O. S. T. requirements.
  • Assess emergency circumstances, function effectively and develop, implement and direct appropriate response strategies.
  • Observe and accurately recall places, names, descriptive characteristics and facts of incidents and make rapid sound independent judgments within legal and procedural guidelines.
  • Maintain accurate records and prepare clear and concise reports and other written materials
  • Use sound judgment in recognizing scope of authority.
  • Work in a manner that is free from bias against race or ethnicity, gender, nationality, religion, disability, and sexual orientation, that might adversely affect the exercise of the powers of a peace officer.

Experience:

Two years of responsible work experience.

Training:
Equivalent to an Associate’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in criminal justice, criminology, social science, public or

Please contact the Human Resources Team with any questions via email at hr@healdsburg.gov or via telephone at 707-431-3322.

 


POLICE OFFICER/PUBLIC SAFETY RECRUIT

Department: Police Department
Reports to: Sergeant
Pay Grade: Certified Police Officer: $68,000 (Step 1)
Public Safety Recruit: $60,231.83
FLSA Category: Non-Exempt
Schedule: 40 hours per week; schedule to be determined
Date Revised: August 5, 2019
The City of Burleson is hiring for Police Officer/Public Safety Recruit. The position open is for
Commissioned Police Officers assigned to Patrol Division.
For more information and to apply, click on www.burlesontx.com/jobs to submit your application.
Applications for this position will close on Thursday, January 27, 2022 @ 5:00 p.m.

If you have no experience or are TCOLE Certified with less than two (2) years full-time experience then you must upload a copy of your college transcript to the application when submitted. If you are TCOLE Certified with more than two (2) years full-time experience in Texas then no college hours are required.
You must successfully complete each phase of the testing process to be eligible for the next phase. Any applicant that fails to successfully complete any step in the hiring process may reapply and retest in one-year from the date of the rejection.

There is several testing dates/times available so that we may be flexible for our candidates:
Testing Dates (assigned by January 28th):
Tuesday, February 1st at 1PM
Wednesday, February 2nd at 9AM
Thursday, February 3rd at 6PM
Friday, February 4th at 1PM
Saturday, February 5th at 9AM

You will be contacted by email to select a testing date/time by Friday, January 28, 2022 The online test will take place at the Burleson City Service Center in our in-house training center

(Burleson University).
725 SE John Jones Dr
Burleson, Tx 76028

Questions regarding qualifications may be addressed to:
Deputy Chief Doug Sandifer
(817) 426-9917
dsandifer@burlesontx.com
Note: Public Safety Compass study guides are available for purchase at
https://www.publicsafetycompass.com/product/entry-level-police-online-study-guide/

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POLICE CHIEF
City of Bellingham, Washington

Salary: $162,720 – $196,884

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. The second division includes Administrative Services, including the Office of Professional Responsibility, Training 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: February 6, 2022 (open until filled).


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