SALARY:   $31.19 – $42.56 Hourly
$64,881.79 – $88,520.43 Annually

OPENING DATE:
12/14/20

CLOSING DATE:
02/11/21 05:00 PM

The McKinney Police Department is now accepting applications for Police Officer. We have
two test dates available.

Written Exam: various dates available February 2021; until capacity is met Physical Ability Test: immediately following written exam

All qualified applicants will be contacted via phone or email to register for a test date. Testing details will be sent via e-mail.

Applicants are not eligible to test if they have tested or failed any portion of the hiring process within the previous 6 months or if you have tested with our agency 3 or more times.

COVID-19 DISCLAIMER:
Due to the pandemic, standards and requirements on large gatherings are constantly changing. It is impossible to know what restrictions will be in place at the time of the test. The McKinney Police Department is developing several contingency plans that may be implemented depending on any restrictions that may be imposed. Please understand and be flexible to any last-minute changes or notifications provided by the McKinney Police Departments hiring team. Changes may include, but are not limited to, location changes, sequence changes, start times, etc. It is essential that a valid email address is provided and checked regularly for any updates regarding the test.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES:
The Police Officer position performs a wide variety of police and law enforcement activities. This includes providing public protection services on a routine basis; arbitrating disputes; protecting and recovering property; and patrolling the City of McKinney to prevent, detect and investigate criminal violations of federal, state and local laws.
Duties include an element of personal danger, i.e., exposure to life-threatening circumstances, apprehending criminals, and transporting prisoners. Incumbents perform duties in accordance with State Statutes and established departmental policies, procedures and guidelines. Incumbent must be able to act without close supervision and must be able to exercise independent judgment.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
High school diploma (or GED) AND one of the following three requirements:

  • Thirty (30) hours of college education from a regionally accredited university or college with a 2.0 or higher overall grade point average (GPA);
  • Two (2) years of active duty U.S. military service with an Honorable Discharge; or
  • Two (2) years of full-time law enforcement service in the United States as a Police Officer,
    Jailer, Dispatcher or Corrections Officer.

Applicants must also meet the following criteria:

  • Possess a Basic Peace Officer Certification from the Texas Commission of Law Enforcement Officer (TCOLE) OR have the ability to obtain within six (6) months of employment.
  • Able to obtain a valid Texas Class “C” driver’s license.
  • Be a U.S. Citizen at time of application.
  • Be 21 years of age at time of entrance exam.
  • Be able to work various shifts including nights, holidays and weekends.
  • Pass a physical examination and drug screen.
    • Physical exam includes a vision and hearing test. Applicants must pass the hearing
      test and vision must be correctable to 20/20 with normal color vision.
  • Meet all legal requirements for future licensing and certification required by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE). For a complete list of the state’s licensing requirements please visit TCOLE at www.tcole.texas.gov

Disqualifiers

  • A class B conviction within the last 10 years
  • A family violence conviction
  • An incomplete or falsified Personal History Statement
  • An incomplete or falsified application
  • Conviction of any offense above a class B misdemeanor
  • Currently on probation or under indictment for any criminal offense
  • Discharge from the military under less than honorable conditions including:
  • Any other characterization of service indicating bad character
    • Bad conduct
    • Dishonorable
    • Other than honorable condition

Drug Use

  • Illegal use of any kind within three years prior to the date of the entrance exam.
  • Any illegal use of PCP or LSD regardless of time.
  • Any illegal use of a felony grade substance as defined in the Texas Penal Code or Health & Safety Code, within ten years prior to the date of the entrance exam.
  • Extensive use of any illegal drug will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Factors considered are number of times, length of usage and lifestyle improvements.

Driving Record
A driving record that indicates the following:

  • Driver’s License is currently suspended or revoked
  • Any serious violation such as reckless driving, endangering lives of others, racing, failing to stop and render aid, or negligent vehicular manslaughter within the past three years.
  • Excessive standard moving violations such as speeding, reckless driving, disregarding a traffic control signal, failure to signal, failure to keep right, following too close, etc.

Tattoos or body art displaying the following are prohibited:

  • racism;
  • sexism or sexually suggestive or explicit;
  • obscenity or profane;
  • gang or drug related;
  • undermining City or department values;
  • political in nature.

Note: Any tattoos visible while wearing a short sleeve uniform shirt are to be covered at all times
while on-duty. This includes body art, intentional scarring, branding or body mutilation.

Prohibited areas:
Tattoos on the following body areas are prohibited:

  • neck
  • head
  • face
  • ears
  • hands and fingers*
  • arms (except that which is covered)

*Note: Tattoos on the fingers, such as a wedding band, may be acceptable after approval by the Police Chief.

Also prohibited:

  • Gauges (large holes in the ears);
  • Pierced, split or forked tongue;
  • Any foreign objects inserted under the skin on hands, neck, face and head; and/or
  • Dental ornamentation (gold, platinum, silver or other veneer caps for the purpose of
    ornamentation) teeth, whether natural, capped or veneered shall not be ornamented with
    designs, jewels, initials, etc.

If you have questions regarding the Tattoo Policy for Applicants, or would like to know if your tattoo
is acceptable, please contact Ofc. A. Fairchild for further information. 972-547-2780.


 

Police Chief

City of Alameda, CA

The City of Alameda is a 10.6 square mile island community located in San Francisco Bay. Alameda is just seven miles east of San Francisco, and less than one mile west of the City of Oakland. Alameda is a diverse community with a population of approximately 79,000. The City of Alameda is seeking an innovative, ethical, out-of-the box thinking, experienced law enforcement professional who can lead the organization towards its impressive potential.

The salary range for the Police Chief is $226,497 – $275,308 annually; placement within the range is dependent upon qualifications (Effective January 3, 2021 the salary range is increasing by 4.5% to $236,689 – $287,697). Qualified candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree from an accredited four year college or
university with major course work in criminal justice, public administration, or a related field; a related advanced degree and graduation from P.O.S.T. Command College are desirable; ten (10) years of broad and extensive experience in all major phases of law enforcement including at least five (5) years of responsible middle management administrative experience; and recent California management experience in a similarly sized law enforcement agency is desirable.

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. Regan Williams at (916) 784-9080.

Filing Deadline: January 24, 2021


 

Police Officer- Entry Level

SALARY: $5,579.00 – $7,125.00 Monthly $66,948.00 – $85,500.00 Annually
OPENING DATE: 12/14/20
CLOSING DATE: Continuous

OVERVIEW:
Do you have a desire to impact, inspire, and influence those you encounter each day? Are you looking to work in a fast-paced environment, where you are supported by the community and those you work and train with every day. The City of Gresham Police Department is accepting applications for individuals wanting to be a Police Officer. We are proud to offer our Police officers a competitive salary, a comprehensive benefit and retirement package, and extensive, ongoing training opportunities to provide an established department for the future.

POSITION DESCRIPTION:
Gresham Police Officers are responsible for the protection of life and property to residents and visitors within the City of Gresham. Officers provide emergency aid, security, education and enforcement of State Law and City Ordinances. We respond to requests for information and assistance, investigate criminal activity, encourage community engagement, make arrests, work with people to solve problems associated with crime and neighborhood problems, and ensure proper enforcement of laws and regulations. We are a full-service police department with a variety of opportunities for an individual to build an extensive skill set and a fulfilling career in law enforcement. In as little as three years, an Entry Level Police office may be eligible for specialty assignments.

The Gresham Police Department specialty assignments include:
• SWAT
• Crisis Negotiators
• Traffic Officers
• Motor Officers
• K-9
• Detectives
• School Resource Officers
• Gang Enforcement Officers
• Field Training Officers
• Training Instructors
• Neighborhood Enforcement Team Officers
• Transit Officers

The Gresham Police Department consists of 130 sworn positions. All employees are expected to provide services to customers within a “polite and professional” standard while demonstrating a creative thought process, being a visionary who identifies problem-solving solutions and strives for excellence.

We offer competitive living-wage salaries with generous benefit packages. In addition to base salary, officers are eligible for overtime pay, premium pay for participation in specialty or instructor assignments, and advanced certification pay.

Benefits include:

• Paid vacation: 20.66 hours per month to start.
• Sick leave for longer-term illnesses.
• Medical, vision, dental and life insurance.
• Accidental death and dismemberment insurance.
• City participates in the Oregon Public Employee Retirement System.
• Long-term disability insurance.
• Employee assistance program.
• Health reimbursement account.
• Flexible spending account.
• Deferred compensation.
• Uniforms, uniform cleaning, weapon and other equipment provided.

Candidates will be notified through the e-mail address provided on their application as to their status in the process. Any updated contact information should be provided by email to HR@GreshamOregon.gov as soon as it is available. If a modification of this process is needed in order to accommodate a disability, please make your request in writing at time of submitting an application, verbally to Human Resources at 503-618-2729, or in person to a Human Resources representative at 1333 NW Eastman Parkway, Gresham, OR 97030.

Veteran’s Preference
The City of Gresham provides qualifying veterans and disabled veterans with preference in employment in accordance with state law. Any candidate wishing to have their qualifying veteran’s preference applied to the process must submit a qualifying document (DD Form 214 or 215) at the time of application providing proof of eligibility that includes discharge status. Disabled veterans must also submit a copy of their Veteran’s disability preference letter from the US Department of Veteran Affairs at the time of application, unless the information is included in the DD Form 214 or215.

Our Commitment
The City of Gresham is committed to providing equal employment opportunity to all qualified employees and applicants without unlawful regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, mental or physical disability, genetic information, veteran status, marital status, familial status, or any other status protected by applicable federal, Oregon, or local law. Contact HR@GreshamOregon.gov or 503-618-2729 with questions related to this recruitment. For assistance with the online application system, contact NEOGOV directly at 1-855-524-5627.

PLEASE COMPLETE AND SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION ONLINE AT: http://greshamoregon.gov
1333 NW Eastman Parkway Gresham, OR 97030
(503) 661-3000


 

Police Chief

The City of DeKalb, Illinois is seeking candidates for the position of Police Chief. DeKalb is located 60 miles west of Downtown Chicago and home to Northern Illinois University. The DeKalb Police Department provides police protection services to approximately 44,000 residents with an approximate land area of 15.5 square miles.
The Department is focused on serving and protecting residents, businesses, and visitors through proactive policing strategies, implementation of industry best practices, and community partnerships. In 2021, the Police Chief will lead a staff of 61 sworn officers including 4 Commanders and 11 Sergeants and be comprised of three
divisions: Patrol, Investigations, and Community Support Services.

The next Police Chief will be an experienced, innovative, and collaborative leader with extensive knowledge of all aspects of police operations. We require a minimum of 10 years of law enforcement experience including drug investigation and enforcement activities, community relations, and multi-jurisdictional activities. Must have
demonstrated, progressive promotion and advancement in responsibilities and rank with a minimum of 3 years of law enforcement supervisory experience at the commander level or equivalent. Experience working in a university community is strongly desired.

This position will require a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in criminal justice, law enforcement, public administration or closely related field and Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board Certified or able to be certified within 6 months of hire. A master’s degree and/or leadership training such as FBI National Academy, Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command or equivalent preferred. The starting salary for the position is $145,000 +/- commensurate with knowledge, skills and experience. The City of DeKalb provides a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision and prescription benefits, life insurance coverage, HSA & flexible spending accounts, and deferred compensation.

The Police Chief is currently required to reside within the City limits or establish residency in an agreed upon time frame. A relocation package may be available
Please visit our website to view the recruitment brochure, job description, hiring requirements and application instructions at:

Application deadline is 5:00 pm on January 19, 2021.


 

Police Chief

The City of Alice, Texas, with a population of almost 20,000 and a trade population of over 80,000, is the county seat of Jim Wells County. Strategically located 44 miles west of Corpus Christi, Alice is intersected by U. S. Highway 281 and State Highways 44 and 359.

Alice is a Home Rule city with a council-manager form of government. The City Council appoints a professional City Manager who leads the organization and is responsible for the day-to-day operations of all departments. The City seeks a highly competent, visionary, and energetic leader who will be engaged and invested in the Alice community to become the next Police Chief.

This position requires an associate’s degree or a minimum of 60 college credit hours, a minimum of five years of experience in senior-level command positions, and a minimum of three years of management experience in a civil service and collective bargaining environment with a similar or larger sized department. Experience in patrol, traffic, and criminal investigations is also required. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university is preferred.

The ideal candidate should be a graduate of an advanced law enforcement leadership program such as the FBI National Academy, the Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas, or the PERFs Senior Management Institute for Police (SMIP). The new Police Chief must be licensed as a Texas Police Officer or obtain licensing within 12-months of employment. Bilingual ability in Spanish is desired, and the new Police Chief will be expected to learn basic conversational Spanish. The annual salary for this position is $100,000.

Please apply online at http://bit.ly/SGROpenRecruitments
For more information on this position contact:
Price Robinson, Senior Vice President
SGR
PriceRobinson@GovernmentResource.com
432-413-5061


 

Position Summary:
Reporting administratively through the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs & Enrollment Management (SAEM), the University Police
Department (UPD) is comprised of the Operations Division and Support Services Division that collectively provide twenty-four hours per day, year-round,
professional police and security services to the campus community, ensuring for a safe and professional environment.

Under the general direction of the Assistant Vice President for Campus Safety & Chief of Police, the Deputy Chief of Police oversees the day-to-day
operations, and various divisions within Campus Safety. The Operations Division is composed of Patrol Services, Special Events, and campus building security.
The Support Services Division is composed of Investigations, Dispatch, Records, Compliance, and Information Technology (IT).

Pre-Employment Requirements:
This position requires the successful completion of a background check.

How to Apply:
Submit an on-line application and upload in one file attachment your resume and cover letter, describing your specific qualification for this position AND three (3) professional references who can comment upon your education and/or job related experience. For more information about this position please visit the link
below and go to Search Job Opening.

http://hr.sfsu.edu/job-opportunities

SF STATE IS NOT A SPONSORING AGENCY FOR STAFF OR
MANAGEMENT POSITIONS. (i.e. H1-B VISAS).
The Human Resources office is open Mondays through
Fridays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and can be reached at
(415) 338-1872.
Application Deadline:
Open Until Filed.


 

Police Chief
City of Menlo Park, CA

The City of Menlo Park is seeking a skilled professional with experience working in diverse communities who is prepared to develop a strategic vision for policing in Menlo Park. The City is a community of engaged and civic-minded residents who hold public officials accountable for promoting the public good. This is an opportunity to look at the role of policing at a critical moment for public safety and to help reshape policies that drive meaningful change.

A Bachelor’s degree is required. A Master’s degree, FBI National Academy, POST Command College, and/or the Executive Leadership Institute at the Drucker School of Management are highly desirable, but not required. Candidates with demonstrated experience in traffic-related matters will be highly valued, as will candidates that plan to stay in this position for a minimum of five (5) years.

The Police Chief’s maximum base salary is $250,180 and is augmented by a generous benefits package; base salary and recruitment bonus are dependent upon qualifications and experience of the selected candidate and may be evaluated annually based on performance. 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: January 20, 2021


 

Police Chief – City of Celina, Texas

Located north of Dallas, Celina is one of the fastest growing cities in Texas. Its 76 square miles including 32 miles within the city limits-gives Celina the second-largest geographical footprint in North Texas’ rapidly-growing Collin County. The city is situated among a number of regional corridors, including the North Dallas and Sam Rayburn tollways, as well as Preston Road, providing it with geographic, economic, and demographic advantages for growth and opportunity.

The Celina Police Department has earned the coveted “Recognized Best Practices Agency” designation from the Texas Police Chiefs Association. The department is comprised of three primary divisions: Administrative/Operations, Patrol, and Criminal Investigations. In FY 2021, the department’s budget is $4.48 million. The new Police Chief should be a visionary public safety professional with the character to serve as a change agent in adapting the police department to meet the needs and expectations of a rapidly growing community. The new Police Chief should have experience rebuilding, expanding, and educating staff in modern policing strategies, ethical practices, community mobilization tactics, and enhanced professionalism. Experience identifying the need for and implementing specialized functions, such as narcotics, traffic, K-9, and forensics, will also be important.

The selected candidate should hold a master’s degree in management, criminal justice, or a related field from an accredited college or university. A minimum of 12 years of experience in the police profession, with eight years in a command or management position at a medium to large police department is required. In addition, the successful candidate’s education should include attending a nationally recognized management college, such as the FBI National Academy, Southern Police Institute, ILEA, LEMIT, or a comparable program or programs. Proficiency developing organizational change in a law enforcement organization is preferred.

The salary range for this position is $145,000-155,000 depending on qualifications and experience.

Please apply online at: http://bit.ly/SGROpenRecruitments
For more information on this position contact:
Larry Gilley, Senior Vice President, Executive Recruitment
SGR
LarryGilley@GovernmentResource.com
325-660-4208


 

POLICE OFFICER
Bentley University

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

Essential Duties

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

Minimum Requirements

Candidates must possess one of the following:

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

Candidates must possess all of the following:

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

Work Environment

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

SPECIAL INSTRUCTION

Work Schedule

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

Pay Information

  • This position within University Police is a union position. Competitive pay commensurate with experience.
    Background Check
  • Extensive background check and successful completion of a physical and psychological evaluation required.
  • Bentley University requires reference checks and may conduct other pre-employment screening.

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

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

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

DIVERSITY STATEMENT

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

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

Apply Here: https://www.click2apply.net/m6ROK7UBG6J4SorKh4y7Y

 

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Police Officer

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

  • Detains, arrests, or issue citations to individuals suspected of criminal activity.
  • Answer calls for service in HSC primary jurisdiction and related property.
  • Provides security during special events (graduations, conferences, etc…)
  • Enforce state laws, Local ordinances, traffic laws and university regulations related to the welfare of students, faculty, staff and the general public.
  • Complete and submit accurate police reports in a timely manner
  • Patrolling of university owned, leased or operated property by foot, bike and vehicle to provide a visible deterrence of crime.
  • Intensive walking/patrolling on University Property.
  • Performs dispatch function as needed.
  • Participate in community based police activities and programs.
  • Perform a variety of technical and administrative tasks in support of law enforcement services.
  • Perform all aspects of law enforcement duties including investigation, community services, administration and training.

Please apply online at: http://jobs.untsystem.edu/postings/40068

High school diploma/GED equivalent. Must be at least 21 years of age. Must possess current TCOLE license. Must possess a valid Texas Driver License or obtain one within 30 days of hire. Must have physical ability to perform police officer (Law Enforcement) duties.

  • Good moral character and ability to furnish acceptable character references.
  • Understanding of and willingness to abide by the Police Officers Code of Ethics.
  • Physical ability to perform Police Officer (Law Enforcement) duties.
  • Ability and willingness to work long or irregular hours, on various and changing shifts, sometimes under severe emotional stress and inclement weather.
  • Exercises good judgment and utilizes tact and courtesy when working with the public under frequently stressful conditions.
  • Ability to react quickly and effectively under emergency (high stress) situations.
  • Demonstrates professional demeanor and superior oral communication skills.
  • Ability to formulate effective solutions to problem situations in accordance with statutes, regulations, and training.
  • Knowledge of safety and security precautions appropriate to work performed.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Two years of police officer experience

Required License: Basic Peace Officer License

The University of North Texas System and its component institutions are committed to equal opportunity and comply with all applicable federal and state laws regarding nondiscrimination and affirmative action. The University of North Texas System and its component institutions do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, religion, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, or veteran status in its application and admission processes, educational programs and activities, and employment practices.


 

TOWN OF ERIE (CO) invites applications for the position of

Police Officer

 

SALARY: See Position Description
OPENING DATE: 12/03/20
CLOSING DATE: Continuous
DESCRIPTION:
SALARY NOTE: Effective January 1, 2020 the starting salary range is $59,321.60 – $67,392.00 annually, with
consideration given for lateral hires. Officer top out is $91,886.50. The Town of Erie is an FPPA employer.

The Town of Erie is currently accepting applications for Police Officer. The incumbent will perform a wide variety of police and law enforcement duties, including the protection of property, crime detection, and public safety. May be assigned to an area of specialty as needed and assigned.
The reasons people call Colorado home often include a passion for the outdoors, a diverse & dynamic community and the contemporary pace to life that appeals to all ages! As you’ll soon discover, the Town of Erie offers the best of all of these and without a doubt is one of the top places to consider when making your next career move. With majestic mountain views and progressive civic vision, we provide a genuine small-town feel with modern amenities. Our residents enjoy a high quality of life. And our employees play an important role in making Erie what it is today, and helping us shape the future. The Town of Erie is an organization that has established an outstanding reputation for quality and excellent customer service. Each individual employee contribution is what makes that possible.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING THE EXAMINATION PROCESS – PLEASE READ
Candidates who are deemed qualified and eligible will be required to participate in and pass the following steps:

  • Written Exam – The National Police Officer Selection Test. (01/13/21)
  • Physical Agility Testing – To successfully complete the physical agility test, the participant must: (01/13/21)
    • Run an obstacle course which begins by sitting in the driver’s seat of a car, exiting the car and running 175 feet to an 8 foot ladder and ascend/descend five steps or rungs, then run 50 feet to and crawl for 12 feet and return, running 50 feet to the sitting position in the driver’s seat of the car within 101 seconds.
    • Within two minutes of completing the obstacle course, the participant will pull a weighted object (150 pounds) for 25 feet from a standing position.
    • Immediately after the weight pull, the participant will run a distance of ¼ mile within 162 seconds.
  • Oral Board Interview (01/13/21)
  • Personal History Statement (PHS) and Release of Information Agreement (due by 01/20/21)
  • Polygraph
  • Background Investigation
  • Interview with the Chief of Police
  • Conditional Job Offer
  • Physical and Psychological Exam

NOTE: All applications will be reviewed upon submission. Applicants that meet minimum qualifications will be contacted by a member of the Erie Police Department Command staff to arrange a one day testing process (Physical Agility, Written and Oral Board).

SUMMARY OF DUTIES:
The below list is intended to be illustrative of the responsibilities of the position and not all encompassing. The Town may change these duties at any time.

  • Responds to priority calls regarding public disturbances, criminal, civil or emergency situations. May provide emergency medical assistance, controls traffic, and otherwise ensures attention is given to public safety.
  • Detects and prevents criminal activities by surveillance of assigned business and residential areas. Notes possible criminal occurrences and takes steps to prevent criminal actions. Promotes crime prevention by initiating contact with businesses and residents including explaining applicable laws, soliciting cooperation in crime reporting, and otherwise creating good rapport with citizens.
  • Conducts a variety community-oriented policing activities to include participating in Erie’s Citizen Police Academy, business and community participation, working with community groups, conducting welfare checks, etc.
  • Investigates crime scenes or accidents and assists other officers. Protects evidence, takes testimony from witnesses, and assists detectives in specialized investigations.
  • Enforces traffic laws, vehicle codes and promotes traffic safety.Notes illegal or unsafe driving practices and advises or makes arrests as appropriate.Directs traffic, reports unsafe road conditions and otherwise promotes vehicular and pedestrian safety.
  • Prepares a variety of daily reports and logs.
  • Prepares and provides testimony in court and works with prosecution attorneys.
  • Provides a variety of related police services including transport of prisoners, assistance to motorists, mediates family disturbances.
  • Provides code enforcement and animal control activities as needed. Issue appropriate citations and take immediate actions to mitigate problems and disputes.
  • At advanced levels, may be assigned as a Field Training Officer, DARE Officer, School Resource Officer, Detective, Drug Task Force Member, SWAT Team or other specialty assignment.
  • May conduct or assist with in-depth investigations involving felonies or other serious offenses and works closely with District Attorneys regarding cases.
  • Trains officers in areas of expertise or specialty.
  • Performs related work as required and assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
To qualify for this position an applicant must be Colorado POST certified or for out-of-state applicants, must have the ability to successfully challenge the Colorado POST and obtain certification.

  • High school diploma or equivalent (GED)
  • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • Must be able to attain and maintain a variety of law enforcement certifications.
  • Must be able to pass a comprehensive background check, polygraph, drug screen, psychological and physical exams.
  • Valid Colorado Driver’s License and satisfactory driving record.
  • State of Colorado Peace Officers Standards Certificate (POST Certification)

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or ability required:

  • Knowledge of police principles and practices.
  • Knowledge of applicable laws, Town ordinances and State statutes.
  • Knowledge of emergency medical and first aid practices.
  • Skill in operating motor vehicles in hazardous situations.
  • Skill in using weapons and other police equipment.
  • Skill in dealing tactfully and effectively with citizens in a wide variety of stressful situations.
  • Ability to observe and direct potential problems.
  • Ability to act effectively in crisis situations.
  • Ability to investigate situations and prepare written reports.
  • Ability to make oral presentations.
  • Ability to physically detain law violators.
  • Ability to pass standard medical exam within normal parameters specifically with regard to the listed essential job functions.
  • Ability to perform essential physical functions of the job.
  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
  • Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.
  • Ability to speak effectively before groups.
  • Ability to communicate with victims, suspects and other police officers.
  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.
  • Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs.
  • Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
  • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.

Town of Erie Benefits
The Town of Erie offers a comprehensive benefit package and pays a major portion of the employee premium to make these benefits more affordable for you. Coverage of these benefits begin the 1st of the month following date of hire for benefited employees working 30 hours per week. Each year you will?have the option of changing your elections through open enrollment. Designated full time employees are eligible for the following benefits:

  • Robust Medical, Dental and Vision plans including spouse, domestic partner and family coverage options
  • Employer paid Basic Life/AD&D
  • Voluntary Life/AD&D
  • Employer paid Short Term Disability
  • Employer paid Long Term Disability
  • Employer paid Employee Assistance Program
  • Retirement defined benefit plan (FPPA) with 8% employer contributions
  • Paid Time Off & Holiday Pay
  • Robust extended sick leave and family sick leave program including parental leave for birth and bonding
  • Employer sponsored wellness program, including employee-based fitness classes
  • Education reimbursement up to $2,000 per year
  • Free membership to the Erie Community Center
  • Pet Insurance
  • Employee Discount Program through Benefits Hub

The Town of Erie is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, ancestry, religion, creed, national origin, gender, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or veteran status. The Town complies with the Civil Rights Act of 1964, related Executive Orders 11246 and 11375, Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972, Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 402 of the Vietnam Era Veteran’s readjustment Act of 1974, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, as amended, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the Civil Rights Act of 1991, and all civil rights laws of the State of Colorado. Accordingly, equal opportunity of employment shall be extended to all persons and the Town shall promote equal opportunity and treatment through fair and equitable hiring practices.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
https://www.erieco.gov
645 Holbrook Street
PO Box 750
Erie, CO 80516
303.926.2746
amelendez@erieco.gov


 

Police Chief

City of Oceanside, California

 

The City of Oceanside is seeking candidates for the position of Police Chief. The ideal candidate will be a strong leader and effective manager who is respectful, honest, ethical, compassionate, and possesses high integrity. The City seeks an engaging and approachable leader who will develop and maintain open lines of communication with all stakeholders. The new Police Chief is expected to mentor command staff, enhance professional development within each sworn rank, and hold all members of the department accountable, while maintaining a disciplined approached in leading the organization while preparing for its future succession.

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates should possess ten (10) years of extensive experience in all major phases of municipal police work, including at least five (5) years in a responsible middle management capacity— preferably in a municipal police department. A bachelor’s degree with major course work in law
enforcement, public or business administration, or a related field is required. A master’s degree, completion of the FBI National Academy, POST Command College and/or the Executive Leadership Institute at the Drucker School of Management are highly desirable.

SALARY:
The annual salary range for the Police Chief position is $157,020 to $219,564; placement within this range is dependent upon experience and qualifications.

HOW TO APPLY:
If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, visit www.bobmurrayassoc.com to apply online. Call Joel Bryden at (916) 784-9080 should you have any questions.

Filing Deadline: January 22, 2021

Chief Systems Security and Law Enforcement Officer

Los Angeles County
Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro)

Annual salary range: $179,524.80 – $224,411.20 – $269,297.60
A generous benefits package is included.
Application deadline: Friday, December 18, 2020.

Join the team that’s transforming LA and the nation.
Metro is seeking a Chief Systems Security and Law Enforcement Officer to assist in executing Metro’s mission to provide a world-class transportation system that enhances the quality of life for all who live, work, and play within LA County. This is an opportunity to join one of the nation’s largest and most innovative transportation systems. The Chief Systems Security and Law Enforcement Officer provides executive direction to Metro’s overall security and law enforcement contract compliance, emergency management program, and support of a community-oriented policing philosophy. The ideal candidate will be able to lead change, drive results, lead people, and act with empathy,
compassion, and integrity. The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in business or public administration (master’s degree, POST certification, and POST-approved law enforcement management credential preferred).

To view additional qualifications and submit your resume, cover letter, and a list of six work-related
references (two supervisors, two direct reports and two colleagues) please go to our
website: https://executivesearch.cpshr.us/JobDetail?ID=1713

For further information contact:

CPS HR Consulting
Andrew Nelson
(916) 471-3329
Josh Jones
(916) 471-3301

To view an online brochure for this position visit: executivesearch.cpshr.us
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority website: www.metro.net

Police Chielf – City of Bedford, TX

Bedford, Texas, with a population of more than 49,000, is in northeast Tarrant County, 22 miles from downtown Dallas and 14 miles from downtown Fort Worth. Easily accessible by both State Highway 121 and State Highway 183, Bedford covers 10 square miles and is just minutes away from three airports. DFW International Airport is located 10 miles to the west, Dallas Love Field 22 miles to the east, and Alliance Airport in Fort Worth 22 miles northwest. Bedford offers residents an advantageous central location with a vibrant and quality suburban community balanced with an environment for planned economic vitality.

The next Police Chief will be a dynamic, experienced public safety professional with extensive knowledge of all aspects of police services and operations. He or she should be a committed public servant who subscribes to and has experience with the community policing philosophy, as well as a proponent of modern policing methods and a staunch advocate for maintaining a highly trained police force. Demonstrated experience successfully supervising and mentoring personnel is critical and should encompass improving and enhancing morale, and instilling pride in the department and the services it provides.

This high-profile position requires the interpersonal skills to relate, inform, educate, and build trust in the department, as well as among City leadership, other City departments, and every level of the Bedford community—from individual citizens to local businesses and employers. As a member of the City’s senior management team, the Police Chief should be a team player who, while focusing on the Police Department, will also work cooperatively with other departments. This position requires a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, public administration, or a related field from an accredited college or university. The selected candidate must also possess a minimum of 10 years of experience in a law enforcement agency of at least 25 employees, with five years of management experience (divisional commander or above), and five years or more experience in managing, developing, and training personnel.

Please apply online at: bit.ly/SGROpenRecruitments
For more information on this position contact:
Larry Gilley, Senior Vice President SGR
LarryGilley@GovernmentResource.com
325-660-4208

 

Patrol Officer (Full-time)

About College of the Holy Cross:

Founded in 1843 in Worcester, Massachusetts, the College of the Holy Cross is among the nation’s leading liberal arts institutions. A highly selective, four-year, exclusively undergraduate college of 3,100 students, Holy Cross is renowned for offering a rigorous, personalized education in the Jesuit, Catholic tradition.

Holy Cross highly values the unique skills, perspective, talents and passion that each employee contributes to its learning community. To work at The College is to accept an invitation to participate in the growth and development of all campus members, students, faculty and staff. The College’s commitment to diversity is an important feature of the Holy Cross education. Informed by the presence of diverse interpretations of the human experience, Holy Cross is building a community marked by freedom, mutual respect, and civility. We seek others who support our values of diversity and inclusiveness. Job candidates of all diverse backgrounds who embrace the open and inclusive culture of Holy Cross are welcome and encouraged to apply.

Job Description:

Perform a variety of duties to provide protection to the college community members and property, enforce all Local, State, and Federal laws, rules and regulations as well as perform other related duties following standard practices and procedures. Must be able to work as a team member to incorporate community policing in a customer service atmosphere within the campus community. Must have demonstrated experience in positive engagement with members of a diverse society. Must be able to communicate professionally and effectively to promote mutually cooperative dialog.

This position is part of the bargaining unit represented by the Holy Cross Public Safety Association.

Requirements:

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

Physical demands are those in excess of sedentary work; must be able to remain on feet for extended periods of time, stoop, kneel, crouch, lift, carry, push, pull, climb stairs, balance, walk, and run; must be able to access all facilities, on foot, to respond to emergency calls for service to include the upper-most floors of campus buildings when elevators are not available; must be able to conduct visual surveillance of individuals and surroundings

Must be physically able to operate and communicate using a variety of machines and equipment including firearm, baton, automobile, office equipment, radio, telephone, etc.

  • Work includes considerable exposure to unusual elements, such as severe weather/ temperatures and loud noises
  • Work environment involves moderate exposure to hazards and physical risks to personal safety; must be physically fit and able to defend community members and one’s self from physical assault
  • Must be able to wear the required uniform and equipment
  • Must be able to work all shifts, including weekends, holidays, and overtime shifts as required – overtime is required

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Previous experience in law enforcement, preferably in a college or university environment.
  • The applicants must already have graduated from an SSPO academy or full time MPTC academy AND must have not had a break in police employment for more than 3 years at the date of application.
  • All officers must maintain a valid SSPO warrant status to maintain continued employment
  • At least 3-5 years of experience as a sworn officer in public safety or police agency required
  • Must possess a valid Class D driver’s license and be able to obtain certification in basic first aid and CPR. In addition, must possess the ability to obtain a Massachusetts License to Carry Firearms – Class A Large Capacity permit in accordance with Massachusetts General Law Chapter 140, Section 131.
  • Successful completion of various fitness for duty assessments; including a comprehensive background investigation, a physical exam, as well as the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2, Rotter Sentence Completion and Beck Depression Inventory tests. Must pass 5-panel drug screening.

Full-time – Varied hours’/work days.

Additional Information:

This is an Non-Exempt, 40 hour/52week, position.

College Description

The College of the Holy Cross is a private, Jesuit Catholic, undergraduate institution serving approximately 3,100 students. Founded in 1843, Holy Cross is the oldest Catholic college in New England and has a tradition of academic excellence. It is located atop Mount Saint James in Worcester, Massachusetts. The picturesque, 174-acre campus is an award-winning and registered arboretum.

Region Description

Worcester is a city of approximately 170,000 people centrally located in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. It is approximately one hour from Boston, Hartford, and Providence, and three hours from New York City. Worcester is known as the Heart of the Commonwealth. Worcester offers many cultural and recreational opportunities.

The College is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and complies with all Federal and Massachusetts laws concerning Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action in the workplace.

A member of the Higher Education Consortium of Central Massachusetts (HECCMA).

To review our Employee Benefit Options, please go to: https://www.holycross.edu/human-resources/benefits

Application Instructions:

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

In your cover letter please address how your work supports the College’s mission as a Jesuit, undergraduate liberal arts college (see http://www.holycross.edu/mission) and its core commitment to diversity and inclusion. For more information, please visit http://holycross.edu/diversity.

To apply, visit https://apptrkr.com/2085053

The College of the Holy Cross is a highly selective Catholic liberal arts college in the Jesuit tradition. It enrolls about 3,000 students and is located in a medium-sized city 45 miles west of Boston. The College seeks faculty members whose scholarship, teaching, advising, and on- and off-campus service demonstrate commitment to the educational benefits of a richly diverse community. Holy Cross aspires to meet the needs of dual-career couples, in part through its membership in Higher Education Consortium of Central Massachusetts (http://www.heccma.org) and the New England Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (https://new-england.hercjobs.org/)

 

Police Lieutenant – University Police

Description:

The Carnegie Mellon University Police Department is an accredited policing agency providing law enforcement on university property. Uniformed officers are responsible for maintaining public safety on all 112 acres of university-owned property. The services we provide include police patrols and call response, criminal investigations, fixed officer and foot officer patrols, event security, and crime prevention and education programming. The police services division includes all police related operations and personnel. Each division is commanded by a police lieutenant and each patrol shift is supervised by one of four sergeants.

We enjoy an excellent working relationship with other university public safety agencies as well as the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police, the Pennsylvania State Police, the Allegheny County Police, the FBI and other state, local and federal agencies. Working together as a community is critical to maintaining a safe environment, and communication is a key component to that success. As such, you should have a demonstrated record of success in developing effective relationships at all levels of an organization and throughout the community.

We are seeking a progressive Police Lieutenant with exceptional interpersonal skills, excellent communication skills and demonstrated leadership and management experience in municipal or university law enforcement. You should be familiar with contemporary policing principles, possess the knowledge and ability to identify and implement technology solutions for modern day policing, and embrace data driven policing principles. You will be committed to a management style that promotes a positive, creative, inclusive and supportive departmental environment. A strong commitment to the professional development of all employees in the department is very important, demonstrated by mentorship, guidance and leading by example. Labor relations experience and a demonstrated history of successful partnerships with the community and other supporting agencies are essential.

Core Responsibilities include:

  • Acts as a liaison between police personnel and the Chief; transmits all orders and directives of
    the Chief.
  • Investigates departmental personnel complaints and infractions of department rules and
    regulations and submits written reports on the circumstances and makes recommendations for
    action by the Chief.
  • Assists in developing and improving crime prevention, awareness, and protection
    services/programs for the department. Participates in various training programs and
    presentations given to the campus community.
  • Examines/reviews police crime/incident reports daily for completeness and conformity with
    department rules and regulations, the Clery Act, FERPA, and the PA UCR Program and makes
    revisions/corrections as needed. Ensures that all PA and university internal citations issued by
    police officers are reviewed and files on same maintained by one of the sergeants.
  • Ensures the proper use, maintenance of, accountability for, and inventory record keeping of all
    department property, equipment, and facilities.
  • Oversees the departments Accreditation program. Responsible for the implementation of a plan
    to apply for, obtain, and meet the standards for professional accreditation and reaccreditations as
    required by the PA Chiefs of Police Association, CALEA, IACLEA, or other professional
    accreditation organizations.
  • Ensures that all assigned personnel clearly understand and are prepared to carry out their
    assignments in conformity with the policies, procedures, and directives of the department.
  • Supervises and coordinates the daily activities of the sergeants and detectives. Manages and
    oversees the case assignments of the detectives. On a daily basis, reviews all crime/incidents
    reports online for the previous 24-hour period, and assigns new cases to the detectives.
  • Other duties as assigned

You must demonstrate:

  • Decision Making Skills
  • Law Enforcement Experience
  • Management Experience
  • Oral and Written Communication Skills
  • Problem-Solving and Reasoning Skills
  • Teamwork Skills

Physical Requirements

  • Ability to respond to and manage emergency situations and/or crisis.
  • Ability to pay close attention to detail; keep and maintain accurate and detailed reports and
    records.
  • Ability to maintain composure when dealing with difficult situations and/or individuals.
  • Ability to meet deadlines, work under pressure and with frequent interruptions.
  • Ability to prioritize work and handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Walking and standing, bending and lifting are occasionally required.
  • Must be physically fit to perform work associated with law enforcement

Working conditions

  • Required to stand and/or walk for extended periods of time.
  • Required to operate motor vehicles, machinery, and/or to perform mechanical or skilled trades.
  • Required to travel to and/or work at off-campus or remote locations.
  • Required to work extended periods of time with exertion to include arrest scenarios, protests,
    events, and protective details.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience is required. Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement and Justice Administration, Business Administration, Public Administration or a related field is preferred.
  • Executive management certificates including the FBI National Academy, Northwestern University Center for Public Safety or other similar state and or national programs are preferred.
  • At least 5-8 years’ experience in a county, municipal or university enforcement management position equivalent to a sergeant, lieutenant, captain or commander.

Requirements:

  • Municipal Police Officer Education and Training Commission (MPOETC) and Pennsylvania ACT
    120 certifications are required, or ability to acquire certification prior to employment.
  • PA Driver’s License – Department of Motor Vehicles
  • Ability to obtain and maintain a DOD security clearance
  • Background and credit check

Please apply at: https://cmu.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?job=2015553&tz=GMT04%3A00&tzname=America%2FNew_York.

More Information:
Please visit “Why Carnegie Mellon” to learn more about becoming part of an institution inspiring innovations that change the world. A listing of employee benefits is available at: www.cmu.edu/jobs/benefits-at-a-glance/.  Carnegie Mellon University is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Veteran.


City of Walnut Creek, CA
Police Chief

The City of Walnut Creek is seeking an innovative, progressive, and dynamic law enforcement professional to serve as the new Police Chief. The ideal candidate will be a champion of integrity and ethics for the Department. Candidates must possess the equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in criminal justice, public administration, or a related field. A Master’s degree in public administration, administration of justice, or a related field is highly desirable.

A minimum of ten (10) years of extensive, progressively responsible administrative and supervisory experience in law enforcement or any combination of experience and training that would provide the knowledge and abilities is required. Requirements also include possession of a POST Management Certificate, completion of the POST Command College Program or FBI National Academy.

The annual salary range for the Chief of Police position is $175,092 – $242,103; placement within this range is dependent upon the qualifications and experience of the selected candidate. 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 Gary Phillips at (916) 784-9080. Filing Deadline: November 22, 2020.


City of San Rafael
Police Chief

Marin County’s oldest city, San Rafael (population over 59,000) lies midway between San Francisco and California’s famous wine country. San Rafael serves as the county seat and Marin’s central city. San Rafael is the County’s premier economic, financial, cultural, and service center. As a transportation hub, San Rafael is in the center of highway and transit access to west Marin, Sonoma County, the East Bay and San Francisco. The San Rafael Police Department is an organization with 68 sworn personnel and 30 non-sworn personnel.

The new three floor Public Safety Center is approximately 44,000 sq. ft and houses the police department, fire administration and Fire Station 51. The City of San Rafael is seeking a progressive leader and experienced Police management professional to serve as its new Police Chief. The ideal candidate will be an innovative, compassionate, collaborative, proactive, and outside-the-box thinker who embraces 21st century policing methods and works well with the community. Qualified candidates would possess a bachelor’s degree; seven (7) years’ experience in municipal police work including at least three (3) years’ in a supervisory capacity.

The salary range for the Police Chief is $13,288 – $16,152 per month. 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. Gary Phillips at (916) 784-9080. Filing Deadline: November 15, 2020.


Director, Criminal Justice Programs

Job Description:

  1. Full-time, year-round assignment of coordination, supervision, and management duties; specifically, to oversee the operation of the Criminal Justice program.
  2. Duties and Responsibilities:
  3. Directs and maintains responsibility for the management and quality control of the Criminal Justice training program in accordance with F.A.C. 11B-21.005.
  4. Administers the Criminal Justice program, including, but not limited to, Law Enforcement Officer training, Corrections Officer training, A.S. degree in Criminal Justice, and advanced training for law enforcement and correctional officers.
  5. Manages and supervises delivery of instructional content including scheduling, curriculum development, classroom technology, pedagogy, and effectiveness of teaching. Coordinates online and distance learning offerings. Develops and coordinates workshops, seminars, and other advanced training opportunities to meet community needs.
  6. Provides for the fiscal management of the department including recommending and managing budgets.
  7. Manages and supervises program staff and instructors, in accordance with college, Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE), and other agency standards. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: making staffing recommendations; ensuring that instructors are appropriately credentialed, contracted, and paid; evaluating performance; and providing orientation and training.
  8. Maintains department equipment inventory by cost center according to regulatory agency and college standards.
  9. Attends workshops, seminars, conferences, meetings, and keeps the college and local criminal justice community aware of program activities.
  10. Oversees and schedules the use of Building DD and ensures that all activities in this facility are conducted in accordance with regulatory agency and college standards. Coordinates scheduling of firing range activities with the Highlands County Sheriff’s Department.
  11. Ensures that the college maintains Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission (CJSTC) certification by the FDLE, as well as all FDLE correspondence.
  12. Acts as a liaison between the college’s Criminal Justice program and Law Enforcement, Correctional, and other public service agencies in the district.
  13. Maintains membership on the Region VIII Criminal Justice Advisory Board. Also conducts regularly scheduled meetings of the college’s Criminal Justice advisory committee and is attentive to its recommendations for program implementation.
  14. Instructs Criminal Justice program courses as needed. (Teaching assignments must exceed 200 hours per year to be eligible for overload pay.)
  15. Provides counseling and advising services for students as needed.
  16. Maintains strong communication with department personnel, college departments, and local Criminal Justice partners.
  17. Responsible for coordinating, documenting, and implementing all unit action planning, outcomes assessment, and institutional effectiveness efforts within the scope of administrative supervision.
  18. Monitors and promotes progress toward meeting the goals and objectives of the College’s Equity Update report.
  19. Acts as a Campus Security Authority (CSA)/responsible person for Title IX and Clery Act compliance. Must participate in all required CSA/responsible person training.
  20. Acts in accordance with College policies and procedures.
  21. Performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements:

Educational: Master’s degree in Law Enforcement or Criminal Justice (or Master’s degree with 18 graduate semester hours in Law Enforcement or Criminal Justice) from a regionally accredited institution required. A Master’s degree in another related field will be accepted for initial appointment if the candidate completes 18 graduate semester hours in Law Enforcement or Criminal Justice within the first two years of employment.

Experiential: A minimum of five (5) years of experience as a Law Enforcement or Corrections officer required; administrative and Criminal Justice education experience preferred. Working knowledge of F.D.L.E. rules/regulations is required, with emphasis on Criminal Justice education and officer/instructor certification standards strongly preferred.

Other: Maintains F.D.L.E. and SFSC instructional certification for Criminal Justice program courses. Experience developing, supervising, and delivering online curriculum helpful.

 

Additional Information:

Classification: Professional Staff, Level III

Reports To: Dean, Applied Sciences and Technologies

Supervises: Instructional, professional and clerical career staff assigned to the Criminal Justice program

Posting Date: September 16, 2020

Starting Annual Salary Range: $65,000- $75,000

Application Deadline: October 18, 2020

SOUTH FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE IS AN EQUAL ACCESS/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY INSTITUTION

Applicants with disabilities who need assistance in the application or hiring process should contact: Human Resources, 863-784-7132, or send written request to:

South Florida State College

ATTN: Director, Human Resources

EA/EO & ADA Officer

600 West College Drive

Avon Park, FL 33825

Application Instructions:

To apply for this position please visit https://sfsc.interviewexchange.com/static/clients/430SFM1/index.jsp

 


 

THE CITY OF FREDERICK
invites applications for the position of

Chief of Police

SALARY: $102,434.00 – $164,028.00 Annually

OPENING DATE: 09/14/20

CLOSING DATE: 10/14/20 05:00 PM

JOB SUMMARY:

At the City of Frederick, we value diversity and the respect, engagement and productivity in an inclusive environment produces. We seek to consistently improve internal and external customer satisfaction, innovate and expand capability of services, and be a government that practices equality, equity, and fairness. We invite you to bring your skills, abilities, and knowledge to The City of Frederick and be a valued
addition to a workforce that we know is our greatest asset.

Frederick is a progressive, richly diverse, and authentically charming city. Recognized as one of the best places to live in Maryland, Frederick is surrounded by mountain views and centrally located about 45 miles north of Washington D.C. and 45 miles west of Baltimore, MD

JOB SUMMARY:
The Chief of Police serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the Police Department for The City of Frederick, the second largest municipality in the State of Maryland with approximately 72,000 citizens. The Chief of Police has overall responsibility for enforcing the law and administering the Department. This is an appointed leadership position reporting directly to the Mayor. The Chief of Police holds the rank of Colonel as set forth in Section 17-1 of the City Code and is responsible for planning, directing, supervising and coordinating the activities of the City Police Department in the areas of law enforcement and crime prevention. This position assesses law enforcement needs and provides highly responsible and technical assistance to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Plans, coordinates and directs the activities of the Police Department.
  • Directs the preparation of the Department’s strategic plan and reviews goals and objectives of
    each organizational component.
  • Ensures the enforcement of laws and municipal ordinances.
  • Maintains effective Departmental discipline and maintains compliance with Law Enforcement Officer Bill of Rights (LEOBR) and City policies.
  • Issues final authority of Departmental policies, procedures, rules, and regulations.
  • Formulates the annual Departmental budget and exercises final authority over Departmental budget expenditures.
  • Directs the preparation and distribution of all internal and external reports.
  • Serves as liaison to other law enforcement and criminal justice agencies.
  • Promotes goodwill and public cooperation through presentations to civic, fraternal, and other
    organizations.
  • Maintains efficiency and effectiveness within the Department. Provides direct supervision to the Commanders/Directors of the Department’s two Bureaus (Special Services Bureau and Operational Services Bureau), and others that may be established. Performs other duties as assigned by the Mayor.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

REQUIRED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

  • Graduation from a nationally recognized command/leadership school such as the FBI National Academy (FBINA), the Police Executive Research Forum’s Senior Institute for Police (SMIP), or Northwestern University’s School of Police Staff and Command, or an equivalent program.
  • A Graduate degree in Criminal Justice, Public Administration, Administrative Sciences, or related is preferred.
  • Minimum of ten (10) years of progressively responsible law enforcement management experience, with at least three (3) years’ experience in a senior-level command position.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Valid Maryland Driver’s License with satisfactory driving record that meets insurability standards of the City’s insurance carrier. The license and satisfactory driving record must be maintained during the course of employment.
  • Ability to pass a pre-employment physical.
  • Residency requirement shall be as set forth in the City Charter.
  • An employee in this classification is subject to random drug testing pursuant to the City of Frederick’s Drug-Free Workplace Policy, Drug & Alcohol Testing Procedures.
  • Upon Appointment, maintain Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commissions (MPTC) Certification.
  • Maintain proficiency and qualification with department-issued firearm.

SKILLS:

  • Extensive knowledge of modern principles, practices and techniques of police administration, organization and operations; criminal justice system; technical and management phases of law enforcement and crime prevention; local government organization and  administration;
  • Ability to exercise a high degree of tact, discretion, good judgement, and diplomacy to foster cooperative working relationships with diverse groups of people;
  • Working knowledge and demonstrated ability in the areas of labor relations, budget preparation and resource management;
  • Strong background in community relations, customer/citizen satisfaction and community
    services;
  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, in both oral and written format;
  • Ability to plan, direct, and coordinate all departmental operations;
  • Ability to exercise sound judgement in emergency situations;
  • Strong interpersonal skills with ability to manage complex community and department relationships and resolve conflicts effectively;
  • Proficiency in computer programs such as OFFICE 365, including MS WORD, OUTLOOK, EXCEL, POWERPOINT, ACCESS, and TEAMS;
  • Maintain membership in Maryland Chiefs of Police Association, Maryland Municipal League, and the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments;
  • Wear and maintain official uniforms and business attire as appropriate;
  • Bilingual language ability in Spanish and/or American Sign Language are desired.

OTHER DESIRABLES:

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by the incumbent to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Employee must be capable of performing the essential duties of a police officer. Sedentary work requiring the exertion of up to ten (10) pounds of force occasionally and a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to move objects. Vocal communication is required for expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word and conveying detailed and/or important instructions to others accurately, loudly, or quickly. Hearing is required to perceive information at normal spoken word levels, to receive detailed information through oral communications, and/or to make fine distinctions in sound. Visual acuity is required for depth perception, night vision, peripheral vision, preparing and analyzing written or computer data, use of measuring devices, operation of machines, operation of motor vehicles or equipment, determining the accuracy and thoroughness of work, and observing general surroundings and activities.

WORK ENVIRONMENT/CONDITION: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The majority of work is performed in a typical office setting; however, the incumbent is subject to
inside and outside environmental conditions to include: extreme cold, extreme heat, noise, vibration, hazards, atmospheric conditions, and oils. The employee may be required to wear specialized personal protective equipment. Work performed in this job may put the employee at risk of occupational exposure to blood borne pathogens. Hepatitis A & B vaccinations will be offered.

 



The City of Middletown is accepting applications for the position of CHIEF OF POLICE. Under the direction of the Mayor, the purpose of this position is to command the Middletown Police Department, direct and supervise all subordinates including command staff and to ensure that the department mission is accomplished in accordance with applicable laws, regulations, policies and procedures.

Application Process
Interested candidates must submit a completed online application no later than 4:30 p.m. on September 29, 2020. In order to be considered for this position, you must submit an application during the posting period via the online application portal. To apply for this position, please go to the City of Middletown’s career portal located at: https://ct-middletown.civicplushrms.com/careers/

Desired candidates will have:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration, Criminal Justice or a related field with Master’s level course work in the field (Master’s degree preferred) 5 years of human resources/personnel administrative experience and POST Police Officer Certification;
  • With five to seven years of police/command experience or any combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge, skills and abilities;
  • Position requires possession of a valid Connecticut driver’s license.

Residency Requirement
The Chief of Police position is an exempt, non-bargaining position. In accordance with the Middletown Municipal Code of Ordinance, Chapter 74, §74-30, the successful candidate appointed to this position is required to become a permanent resident of the City of Middletown within one year of appointment. “Permanent residency” is defined for the purpose of this section as being domiciled within the City of Middletown and actually residing within the City and this requirement is not met by maintaining a mailing address or post office box with the City. Failure of the appointed candidate to follow this section shall result in immediate termination.

Benefits

  • The current salary range for this position is $110,260- $163,155.
  • Comprehensive Medical and Dental Coverage and Life Insurance Benefits;
  • 13 Paid Holidays; Paid Vacation, Sick, and Personal Leave;
  • 20-year Defined Benefit Pension Plan.

POLICE OFFICER

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, SAN MARCOS
California State University San Marcos is currently recruiting for Police Officers and Police Officer Cadets for our University Police Department.

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 and word-processing.

Minimum Qualification

  • Must pass a panel interview, Chief’s interview, medical exam (including a drug screen), psychological exam, polygraph exam, and background investigation prior to appointment
  • 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
  • A valid California Driver’s License is required at the time of appointment
  • Incumbent must satisfactorily complete the Department Field Training Program within (12) months of the date of appointment

Salary and Position Status

  • Full-time, probationary position
  • Salary Range: $4,682 – $7,235/month
  • Must successfully meet and pass a pre-employment medical exam and drug screen, psychological exam, polygraph exam, and background investigation prior to appointment.
  • 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.

Police Officer Cadet

The Cadet is a non-sworn officer in a trainee capacity. Incumbents attend a Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) certified academy to develop the minimum qualifications necessary to assume a position as a sworn police officer. Upon successful completion of the required P.O.S.T. training within the required time frame and at the discretion of management, the Police Officer Cadet may be appointed to the classification of Police Officer on a probationary basis. The primary responsibility of the Cadet is to attend the prescribed training sessions to learn the principles, practices, and theory of criminal and civil law enforcement and codified and case law. The Cadet also receives training in report writing, physical fitness, firearms use and maintenance, and arrest and control techniques. Appointments to this classification are temporary and typically do not exceed seven (7) months.

Upon successful completion of the Police Academy and Department FTO Program: Under the direction of a supervisor, performs patrol duties in a vehicle, bicycle, on foot or other vehicles 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. Incumbent 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.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Must be age 21 by date of employment.
  • Must pass a written exam, a panel interview, a management interview, polygraph, medical exam, drug screen, psychological exam, and background investigation prior to appointment.
  • Must meet and maintain eligibility requirements to attend a POST Certified Basic Course Academy.
  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • A valid California Driver’s License is required at the time of appointment.

Salary and Position Status

  • Full-time, temporary position
  • Salary: $3,576/month
  • Must successfully meet and pass a pre-employment medical exam and drug screen, psychological exam, polygraph exam, and background investigation prior to appointment.
  • 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.

PROCEDURE FOR CANDIDACY

For position specifications, benefits summary and to apply, please visit our website at https://apptrkr.com/1998276
Hearing and speech impaired call our TDD at 760-750-3238. Please direct your questions to: Office of Human Resources (760) 750-4418

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.

 


GOLDEN WEST COLLEGE

Associate Dean, Director of the Regional Criminal Justice Training Center
Job# GM-002-21
Salary: $119,208.00 – $158,427.00 Annually
Deadline: 9/24/2020 11:59 PM Pacific

Full job description and OFFICIAL application available ONLY at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/cccd/jobs/2834328/
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Summary
Plans, organizes, and directs all programs in the Regional Criminal Justice Training Center (RCJTC), including academic programs, certificate
of achievement programs, Basic Recruit Academies (RBC & SIBC), Continuing Professional Training (CPT), institutes, workshops, seminars,
lectures, contract education, and administrative elements. Participates in recruiting and selection of faculty and staff.

Distinguishing Career Features
The Associate Dean for the RCJTC is an academic management position that administers the programs and courses offered culminating in
certificates, degrees, and California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Certifications. These programs and
curriculum are supported by simulations and practicum. The Associate Dean is responsible for complying with the guidelines and criteria
established by the State of California, the Coast Community College District and the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and
Training (POST). The Associate Dean also serves as the Director for POST certified academies administered by the RCJTC and must
demonstrate the ability to manage the Regular Basic Course instructional system.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
The RCJTC employs a multi-disciplinary approach to training, and as such, required duties will vary with specific disciplines being examined.
Incumbents should possess finely-honed leadership and management skills, consistent with executive-level law enforcement experience, and
will typically perform a substantial portion or all of the following types of duties, as assigned:

  • Plans, organizes, and directs criminal justice education as well as closely related disciplines. Assures compliance with POST regulation and participates in developing policies and procedures related to the approval and/or accreditation of these and other law enforcement programs.
  • Serves as the primary point of contact between the RCJTC and POST, insuring all POST-certified programs are delivered in a manner
    consistent with the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics and Six Pillars of Character.
  • Oversees the recruitment, selection, admission, and academic progression of students in the program. Monitors satisfactory academic
    progress and reviews students’ records for advancement to higher levels of education or job placement.
  • Establishes standards for academic and academy performance for permanent and adjunct faculty. Assures that faculty maintain required
    licensure and credentials.
  • Facilitates the development of revised and new curriculum and program elements that stay current with State, Federal, and POST
    requirements.
  • Directs and participates in the preparation and assignment of class schedules and teaching assignments. Supervises and evaluates the
    performance of assigned staff and monitors the credentials and teaching load of faculty. Leads and oversees the assignment and performance of executive and recruit training officers, maintaining the high-quality training standards for which GWC is known.
  • Initiates, maintains, and renews articulation agreements with universities. Serves as a liaison between the college, law enforcement training partners, and the RCJTC Executive Advisory Committee.
  • Develops, assembles, and recommends annual budgets by researching, reviewing, and analyzing historical information and projecting future needs. Controls and authorizes expenditures within the limitations of approved budgets.
  • Provides leadership for program review including process improvement and program development, systematic assessment of student
    progress and learning outcomes.
  • Directs and participates in the preparation of a variety of narrative and statistical reports, records, and files related to criminal justice and law enforcement agencies and program accreditation, including the Basic Course Certification Review (BCCR) process facilitated by POST.
  • Conducts advanced officer and continuing professional education training programs following approved texts, safety protocols, and manuals.
  • Collaborates with faculty within and outside of Criminal Justice, to advance the program and blend other education and training.
  •  Attends continuing education, conferences, and Basic Course Consortiums to maintain licensure, comport with POST Regulation, and provide creativity and innovation to all facets of the RCJTC. Researches and surveys industry trends and legislation leading to recommending development of new programs and content that enhance the mission of the RCJTC.
  • Advocates for the needs of the division and communicates concerns with Executive Dean and/or administration.
  • Directs, supervises, and oversees the routine operations and delivery of instruction for the department.
  • Coordinates, develops, maintains, and implements program, District, and state policies, rules and regulations related to the Criminal Justice program. Coordinates related activities with participating agencies and individuals to ensure the integrity of established standards of all Criminal Justice programs.
  • Serves on department and campus committees related to the duties of the job. Represents the College on boards, committees at local, state, and national level to promote and support criminal justice instructional programs. Serves as the College and Criminal Justice representative to POST Advisory meetings regarding POST certification and training.
  • Oversees orientation and tenure review evaluation process of new faculty and tenured faculty.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned that support the objective of the position.
  • Required to abide by all District policies and procedures including Board Policy 3050 – Code of Professional Ethics.

Qualifications and Physical Demands Knowledge and Skills

  • The position requires specialized knowledge of police organizations, POST, rank structure, and the criminal justice profession.
  • Requires advanced knowledge of laws, codes, regulations, and practices related to law enforcement including POST requirements.
  • Requires working knowledge of the principles of program leadership, supervision, and staff development.
  • Requires in-depth knowledge of the State laws and regulations related to licensure, certification, and accreditation.
  • Requires knowledge of budgetary methods and procedures and techniques of cost analysis.
  • Requires well-developed skill at facilitating small group decision-making processes.
  • Requires well-developed knowledge and skills with personal computer-based software programs that support this level of work, including but not limited to word processing, spreadsheet, presentation graphics, and data entry and retrieval to and from custom databases.
  • Requires well-developed human relations skills to build an effective team, conduct lectures, productively and cooperatively working with
    faculty and students, and to conduct training.
  • Requires sufficient math skills to perform statistical tests. Requires advanced writing skills to prepare reports.

Abilities

  • Requires the ability to perform the essential responsibilities and functions of the position.
  • Requires the ability to recommend innovative changes to the program and convert emerging trends in criminal justice/law enforcement to curriculum and practicum.
  • Requires the ability to interpret a range of procedural and regulatory materials.
  • Requires the ability to work independently to accomplish objectives and engage in critical thinking and problem solving.
  • Requires the ability to assign, train, coordinate, and review the work of others.
  • Requires the ability to prepare professional narrative and statistical reports.
  • Requires the ability to demonstrate understanding of and sensitivity to socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic diversity of staff and students.
  • Requires the ability to maintain all necessary licenses.
  • Requires the ability to plan, organize and prioritize work to meet schedules and timelines, including those required of governing boards.
  • Requires the ability to foster and maintain, productive and collaborative working relationships with others.

Physical Abilities

  • The general physical demands, working conditions, and essential job functions associated with this classification will be kept on file with the Office of Human Resources.
  • Essential functions will vary by position.
  • As defined by Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) and California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act (“FEHA”), the District shall engage in a timely, good faith interactive process with employees or employment applicants who are requesting or are in need of reasonable accommodations and, provide reasonable accommodations for employees or employment applicants who, because of their disability, are limited in or unable to perform one or more of the essential functions of their job in accordance with applicable state and federal law.

Education and Experience

  • Possession of a master’s degree.
  • One year of formal training, internship, or leadership experience reasonably related to the administrator’s administrative assignment. Or any combination of education and experience which would meet the required equivalent qualifications for this position (Application for Equivalency required).
  • Any academy director appointed on or after April 1, 2020 shall have sworn, full-time, first-level, supervisory experience in accordance with POST Administrative Regulation 1052.

Licenses and Certificates

  • Possesses a California POST Supervisory Certificate or proof of equivalence from a state or federal law enforcement agency.
  • Proof of service as a Sworn, full-time, first-level supervisor in California, or other state or federal law enforcement agency.
  • May require a valid driver’s license.

THE COAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


NOW HIRING POLICE OFFICERS

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

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

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

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

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

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

HIRING SALARY: $6,453* / month
*salary figure does not include our attractive benefit package, outlined below.

We also offer access to affordable campus housing http://universityglen.csuci.edu/ and an attractive employee benefits package, http://www.calstate.edu/benefits/compare.benefits.shtml

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:
To apply, an online application must be completed at www.csucijobs.com. If you are in need of a reasonable accommodation or any other type of assistance with the application process please contact California State University Channel Islands Human Resources Programs at (805) 437-8490. California State University Channel Island is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

We consider qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, medical condition, disability, marital status, or protected veteran status

 


FAYETTEVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT (NORTH CAROLINA)

Requirements

Fayetteville Police Department Officers are entrusted with the responsibility to keep our cities safe from crime and corruption. Therefore, a history of ethical and moral behavior is of the utmost importance. Your background will be looked at very closely. Applicants who have a history of unethical or immoral behavior will not be hired. You will be subjected to an intensive background evaluation, which will include, but is not limited to, the following:* Your past behavior and the choices you have made must demonstrate positive traits that will support your candidacy for Police Officer and reflect favorably on your character.

  • You must have a history of lawful conduct.
  • You must possess high standards of honesty and integrity as demonstrated by your dealings with individuals and organizations. Falsifying, misrepresenting, or omitting information on any document or during the selection process will be closely scrutinized.
  • You must respect the rights of all people and have an appreciation for the diversity that characterizes the City of Fayetteville. A history of domestic violence, physical altercations, or discourteous, abusive, or violent treatment of others may indicate a lack of self-discipline, unwillingness or inability to cooperate, or a disregard for the rights of others.
  • You must have a history of making responsible choices regarding the use of drugs and alcohol. Please call to discuss your drug history prior to applying if you have used drugs to determine if you are a suitable applicant.
  • Your employment and military (if applicable) histories must demonstrate the motivation and success-orientation needed to succeed as a Police Officer.
  • Your financial and driving records must demonstrate responsible decisions and appropriate behavior. Please call to discuss your driving history prior to applying if you have recent charges or convictions to determine if you are a suitable applicant.
  1.  Must be a United States Citizen.
  2. Must be a High School Graduate or have a GED. Original high school diploma or original GED with minimum total score of 225, and a minimum of 35 points for each section, required at time of application.
  3. Must be at least 2O.5 years of age by the date of academy
  4. Must possess a valid driver’s license and have been licensed to drive for a minimum of one year, with no loss of license within the past year and an acceptable driving record in accordance with the City of Fayetteville Driving Standard. Must possess a North Carolina driver’s license prior to beginning employment.
  5. Veterans must provide proof of military service (DD-214). If currently in the military, the applicant must provide a letter from the military indicating ETS date.
  6. Must be of good moral character with no record of conviction by any local, state, federal, or military court of a felony or Class A or Class B misdemeanors as defined by the Training and Standards Commission (.0111 )(3).
  7. Must satisfactorily complete the steps listed in the Hiring Process.

New Applicants – Effective March 25, 2014

  1. Complete an online application.
  2. Successfully complete a Criminal History and Driving History Review
  3. Pass a written examination – A passing score is a minimum of 70% on each section of the written test (Stanard & Associates, Inc.)
  4. Successfully complete the Police Officer Physical Ability Test (POPAT, pre-BLET version)
  5. Complete an oral Interview
  6. Submit to a background Investigation
  7. Complete a Polygraph Examination
  8. Pass a physical examination administered by a practicing physician in the State of North Carolina, to include vision, color blindness and drug testing.
  9. Complete a psychological evaluation

CITY OF FAIRFIELD POLICE OFFICER

The City of Fairfield is announcing that a Civil Service exam will be given through the National Testing Network and will be used as the initial step to establish an Eligibility List for the position of Police Officer. Please visit www.fairfield-city.org to fill out your application and for important testing details and information.

You must fill out our application and take the test through National Testing Network to be considered in this process. When scheduling for testing with National Testing Network you will be asked to fill out a background investigation, please make sure to fill this done before September 30, 2020. https://nationaltestingnetwork.com/publicsafetyjobs/

Our Police Officers are responsible for maintaining law and order, investigating crimes and protecting life and property throughout the City by enforcing the laws and ordinances of the City of Fairfield and the State of Ohio. It is a rewarding career in a progressive Police Department. Please refer to our website for detailed information and job description.

Scope of the written test will be multiple-choice questions to identify candidates with an aptitude for police work. A passing score of 70% on all sections of the exam is necessary to be scheduled for succeeding steps in the hiring process. The process continues with a physical agility test, structured oral interview, background investigation, polygraph (CVSA), medical (including drug screen), and psychological evaluation. Qualifications include: U.S. Citizen; high school diploma/GED (Associate Degree in Criminal Justice and/or State of Ohio Basic Peace Officer Training Certificate preferred); valid Driver’s license; minimum age 21 at the time of the exam and not eligible for original appointment to Fairfield Police Department on or after 35th birthday. Please apply online by visiting www.fairfield-city.org . Applications will be accepted beginning, Monday, August 31, 2020. Deadline for application and testing is Wednesday, September 30, 2020 by 5pm. NO EXCEPTIONS.

Salary: Current base pay is $63,582.72 ($30.72/hour) increasing to $69,647.09 ($33.65/hour) after one year of service. Non-Commissioned applicants current starting base pay is $57,373.47 ($27.72/hour), increasing to $63,582.72 ($30.72/hour) after successful completion of the Police Academy. Academy Tuition will be paid for by the City.


Chief of Police Annoucement

THE BOARD OF FIRE AND POLICE COMMISSIONERS TO DO A LOCAL AND NATIONAL SEARCH TO SEEK AN INNOVATIVE AND VISIONARY LEADER TO PROVIDE DIRECTION AND LEADERSHIP FOR THE MILWAUKEE POLICE DEPARTMENT AS POLICE CHIEF TIMELINE OF EVENTS:

 

 

  • Thursday, August 6, 2020, then Chief Alfonso Morales is demoted back to the rank of Captain
  • Thursday, August 6, 2020, Assistant Chief Michael J. Brunson is named Acting Chief of Police
  • Friday, August 7, 2020, Acting Chief Michael J. Brunson is sworn in by the FPC Executive
    Director at 11 a.m. in City Hall, Council Chambers
  • Wednesday, August 12, 2020: Chief of Police Applications open
  • Friday, September 11, 2020: Chief of Police Applications close by 4:45 p.m.

The Board of Fire and Police Commissioners has identified the following key issues, challenges and opportunities that will require the attention, expertise and leadership of the new Chief of Police. Annual salary range is within $110,689 to $154,961.

Incidents of police misconduct have been addressed by implementation of psychological testing for candidates, an increase in in-service training for officers, and the acquisition of an Early Intervention System (EIP) to identify MPD employees who show symptoms of job stress, training deficiencies or personal problems that affect job performance. While delays have slowed the
implementation of this computer based software, the need for confidence building measures to increase trust between the police department and the community remains ongoing.

Use of force issues and police misconduct will require constant vigilance as well as a  commitment by an incoming Chief to be a presence in this diverse urban metropolis. With the realization that no city is immune from the realities of racial polarization, Milwaukee’s next Chief of Police will need to build bridges between the department and a citizenry sometimes disaffected by interactions between officers and residents.

Milwaukee’s emergence from the era where an industrialized base provided family-supporting jobs for generations of citizens has brought new challenges, not the least of which is crime, borne to some degree, by poverty and unemployment. Like most major American cities, economic development is the cornerstone of efforts to build job opportunities. Criminal activity can impede progress. A new Chief will need to be innovative in developing crime prevention and crime solving strategies that will contribute to the safety of the city.

Funding of essential public safety services under the unrelenting pressure of tightening municipal budgets confronts major cities annually. Milwaukee is no exception. Police overtime is an ongoing concern for policy-makers and police personnel. Consequently, management of limited resources must be foremost in the mind of the city’s next Chief of Police while, at the same time, aggressive pursuit of both government and private grant funding will need to be continued.

Calls for service are increasing with the expectation from citizens that response time will improve accordingly. Police district boundary lines are being reviewed, outside consultants have been retained to conduct staffing studies, and deployment of police resources to meet demands in a priority-based system are under constant review. Computerization has been a persistent problem and calls for civilianization of the MPD computer operation are being heard. Strong leadership and a commitment to excellence by the next Chief will be needed to meet these challenges and others facing the largest police department in the State of Wisconsin.

QUALIFICATIONS (The ideal candidate will meet the following minimum requirements):

  • At least three (3) years of executive leadership experience in a law enforcement agency serving a multi-cultural population of at least 300,000 residents or
  • Be of the rank of Captain or above in a law enforcement agency
  • A minimum of ten (10) years’ experience in law enforcement
  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Criminal Justice, Public Administration or Business Administration or a related field. Master’s preferred.
  • Citizen of the United States at time of application. Must become a City of Milwaukee resident within six months of appointment and throughout employment.
  • Graduate degree in a related field is preferred.
  • Completion/ graduation from FBI National Academy, Northwestern Police Command School, Southern Police Institute or a comparable course of study is preferred
  • Successful candidate must currently be or must be eligible for and become certified by Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards Board within six months after hireNote: The Fire and Police Commission Board may consider equivalent combinations of training and
    experience in lieu of the above on a case-by-case basis.

SELECTION PROCESS:
The Board of the Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission will select the Chief of Police for the Milwaukee Police Department for a renewable term of a minimum of four (4) years. The recruitment for this position is being conducted on a local and nationwide basis. Initial screening will be based on an evaluation of each applicant’s experience, professional accomplishments, education, community engagement, among other factors.

All resumes and supporting documentation will be appropriately submitted by the deadline will be reviewed and evaluated. The Fire and Police Commission reserves the right to call only the most qualified candidates for further consideration in a manner to be determined by the Board of Fire and Police Commissioners. The most qualified candidates will be invited to participate in further screening, which may include, but is not limited to:

  • Oral Interviews
  • Writing exercises
  • Background Investigation
  • Management Assessment Medical Examination/ Drug Screen
  • Psychological Evaluation
  • Community Presentation Meetings

EVALUATION MAY FOCUS ON THE FOLLOWING DIMENSIONS:

  • Demonstrated effective management and administrative skills, including organizing and coordinating the activities of a large, complex organization, planning, delegating, setting goals and objectives, and maintaining budget and fiscal responsibility.
  • Strong leadership skills, including the ability to command respect, motivate subordinates, maintain department morale, foster teamwork and cooperation, and empower managers and command staff.
  • Impeccable integrity, ethics and a proven history of values based leadership.
  • Extensive knowledge of 21st century police administration and technology, including crime prevention and crime reduction strategies.
  • Innovative decision-making and problem solving, including problem analysis, judgment, decisiveness and logic.
  • Demonstrated commitment to community outreach and partnerships, accessibility, cultural sensitivity and diversity.
  • Strong communication skills, including oral communication, written communication and oral presentation.
  • Effective interpersonal skills, including the ability to establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with the Fire and Police Commission Board and staff, citizens, community groups, the media, government officials and community leaders.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Applications will be open from Wednesday, August 12, 2020 until Friday, September 11, 2020. Candidates are asked to submit a cover letter, resume listing education, experience and accomplishments AND essay on the candidates’ view of 21st Century Policing, which should include views on Community Oriented Policing, specifically as it pertains to the City of Milwaukee. All application documents should be submitted via e-mail or by mail to the attention of Griselda Aldrete, Executive Director of the Fire and Police Commission, Room 705, City Hall, 200 E. Wells Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202 or to griselda.aldrete@milwaukee.gov. Applicants should include their e-mail address.  All relevant materials must be received in the office of the Fire and Police Commission, to the attention of the Executive Director, on or before 4:45 p.m. on Friday, September 11, 2020, unless the deadline is extended. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Names of candidates may be subject to disclosure.

 


Law Enforcement Officer (22093)

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

Qualifications:
Requires a high school diploma or GED. Must have good oral and written communication skills, plus a strong commitment to customer service. Requires a valid motor vehicle operator’s license and acceptable driving record, both of which must be maintained. Requires the ability to carry and use a firearm in accordance with unit, board and system requirements. Must meet the Boards standards for employment, including suitability. Must submit to and pass drug testing. Must successfully pass a background investigation and successfully complete all of the Boards mandated initial training and fitness for duty standards for law enforcement officers. Must continually satisfy the Boards training and firearms qualification standards.

Must be at least 20.5 years of age at time of application. Must meet the medical standards for the job and successfully complete a comprehensive screening which will include a physical, psychological evaluation and a medical examination to determine ability to safely perform the essential job functions. Must be able to wear the issued uniform and wear and use issued gear including defensive and protective equipment such as a baton, handcuffs, CPR mask and WMD protective mask while performing his/her duties.
Apply at: https://www.federalreserve.gov/start-job-search.htm


Bentley University

 

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

Minimum Requirements
All candidates are required to:

  • Hold and maintain a valid, unrestricted United States driver’s license, with an insurable driving history as determined by Bentley’s insurance carrier.
  • Possess an Associate’s or higher level degree in Criminal Justice.
  • Possess strong human relations skills and ability to work under stressful situations.
  • Demonstrate the ability to analyze emergency situations and develop effective courses of action to handle same.

External Candidate Requirements:

  • Candidates must have successfully completed a full-time police recruit training program. Candidates must have an existing academy training certificate accepted for MGL Chapter 22C Section 63.
  • Possession and retention of authority as a special police officer in accordance with MGL Chapter 22C Section 63.
  • Possession and retention of a valid license to carry a firearm (large capacity) in accordance with MGL Ch. 140 sec. 131.

Internal Candidate Requirements:

  • Candidates with an existing academy training certificate accepted for MGL Chapter 22C section 63 certification preferred.
  • Candidates will be required to attend SSPO or municipal academy.
  • Must be able to obtain and retain authority as a special police officer in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 22C section 63.
  • Must be able to obtain and retain a valid license to carry a firearm (large capacity) in accordance with MGL Ch. 140 sec. 131.

DIVERSITY STATEMENT
Bentley University strives to create a campus community that welcomes the exchange of ideas, and fosters a culture that values differences and views them as a strength in our community. Bentley University is an Equal Opportunity Employer, building strength through diversity. The University is committed to building a community of talented students, faculty and staff who reflect the diversity of global business. We strongly encourage applications from persons from underrepresented groups, individuals with disabilities, covered veterans and those with diverse experiences and backgrounds.

Apply Here: https://www.Click2Apply.net/bws6cjvx86vdkswr


University of Oregon
Lateral Police Officers

The University of Oregon Police Department (UOPD) is currently hiring multiple Lateral Police Officers. We are looking for candidates that can act as intermediaries and problem solvers within the university and surrounding community. The UOPD is a community-oriented, campus-focused, and trust-based policing agency within the University of Oregon. The purpose of this position is to maintain peace and public safety through the enforcement of laws and traffic control, and by providing emergency services on University of Oregon owned and controlled properties. The UOPD plays an integral role in the university community by providing a safe, secure, and welcoming environment. Our mission is to foster a climate encouraging a free, open, and civil exchange of ideas in support of the educational, research, and public service goals of the university. The UOPD recognizes and promotes the values of multiculturalism and inclusiveness in a diverse, international college community. We consistently collaborate with and provide educational opportunities for our community in order to deter, reduce, and solve crimes. The UOPD is dedicated to resolving issues through modern compassionate policing. The University of Oregon is a PAC-12 public flagship research university in Eugene, Oregon with a diverse and ever-changing community. The University provides a competitive benefits package to all eligible employees that includes health insurance benefits, wellness programs, retirement plan choices, tuition benefits for employees and their family, as well as many other services. The University selects members of the police department by including community representatives and other stakeholders when considering candidates.

For a complete description of the position and application procedures, go to http://careers.uoregon.edu/cw/en-us/listing/. EO/AA/Veterans/Disability institution committed to cultural diversity. Position subject to criminal background check.

 


Police Chief
Town of Zebulon, North Carolina

Due to the retirement of its Police Chief, the Town of Zebulon, North Carolina, operating under a Council-Manager form of government, is seeking a Police Chief who is proactive and has a demonstrated history of innovative leadership using best practices for law enforcement AND engagement that fosters a safe community. The Chief of Police is the public face of the Police Department.  He or she must be a leader who “walks the talk” on community-oriented policing strategies and initiatives both with staff and the community in order to develop and maintain effective relationships with the citizens, elected officials, Town administration, and police department staff.   The next chief will deeply value personal engagement, leading and working alongside their officers to meet community goals.

Department and Position description and responsibilities:

The Zebulon Police Department (ZPD) practices true “Community Policing” realizing that making Zebulon a safe place to live, work and visit is a partnership that includes the cooperation of town departments, residents, businesses, visitors and faith community.

Reporting to the Town Manager, the Police Chief is responsible for planning, directing, implementing, and evaluating the activities of the Police Department.  The Department has a $2.6 million overall budget, 22 sworn FTE personnel, 3 part-time officers, 2 reserve officers, and 1 civilian position. Dispatch is handled by Wake County. ZPD has a take-home vehicle policy for officers who live within 15 miles of Town limits. ZPD has three divisions: administration, patrol services, and detective.  Given Zebulon’s proximity to four counties and major Interstate highways, effective coordination with local, regional, and State partners is critical.

The next Chief will work to enhance the sense of safety citizens desire while facing public safety challenges that result from local and regional growth along a busy suburban corridor adjacent to the state’s Capital City.  He or she will also play a vital role in meeting objectives of the Town’s strategic plan—Zebulon 2030, which focuses on “creating a Vibrant Downtown, maintaining Small Town Life, and Growing Smart”.

(To learn more about the strategic plan, visit:          https://www.townofzebulon.org/sites/default/files/uploads/administration/final_06-04-18.pdf.)

More information about the department can be found at https://www.townofzebulon.org/services/police

Key priorities for the next Chief of Police are:

  • ensuring a community-oriented policing philosophy permeates at all levels of the organization that continues to build community trust;
  • ensuring a culture of accountability for use of modern policing practices which foster a sense of security and respect for citizens and officers alike;
  • working with Town leadership to address recruitment, retention and turnover issues due to regional competition;
  • responding to an increase in the crime rate and managing public safety challenges and opportunities that result from growth within and around Town limits; and,
  • building on existing partnerships with local and regional law enforcement and intergovernmental organizations.

Qualifications:   Requires a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, public administration, or other relevant field, and 15 years of progressive law enforcement experience across functional areas such as patrol, internal affairs, administration, investigations, etc. to include 6-7 years of executive-level experience at the rank of Captain or higher.   Must possess current advanced  NC LE certification or be eligible to acquire.  A master’s degree and executive law enforcement training are preferred. Must have a valid NC driver’s license or the ability to obtain a valid NC driver’s license within 60 days of relocating to NC.  Residency is strongly preferred

Transfers:  In-state candidates may transfer their law enforcement officer certification to another agency in NC provided he/she has less than a 12-month break in service at time of appointment. In-state candidates with less than a three-year break in NC service may receive partial credit toward basic law enforcement training.  Out of state candidates who are serving or have served as a local or state law enforcement officer must have successfully completed a basic law enforcement training course accredited by the state from which they are transferring and cannot have a break in full-time service exceeding three years at the time of appointment.  Individuals with Federal law enforcement officer certification who have not had a break in service exceeding three years at the time of appointment may receive partial credit toward NC basic law enforcement training.  NC does recognize and give partial credit for military police (MP) training if the candidate has completed a formal military basic training program and been awarded a military police occupational specialty rating and has served as a military police officer for not less than two of the five years preceding the date of appointment.

 The successful candidate:

  • is accessible and visible to staff and community by participating in Town and community events, embracing community organizations and collaborating across Town departments to reach strategic goals;
  • embraces a community of diversity, who proactively brings members with conflicting values and cultures together using well-honed skills in developing trust among members of the community and the police department while leveraging opportunities for collaborative and innovative problem solving and partnerships;
  • has a track record of ensuring that staffing reflects the community it serves in terms of diversity;
  • effectively and creatively advocates for staff resources such as training, equipment, and compensation, in order to positively impact recruitment and retention, while managing within a resource constrained environment;
  • is an outstanding communicator both verbally and in writing and possesses well-developed interpersonal skills to speak assertively and transparently with internal and external stakeholders;
  • demonstrates personal responsibility and leadership initiative that has led to crime reduction and strong community relationships in current or past positions;
  • develops and supports staff to achieve excellence through increased training, responsibility, productivity, morale, and retention;
  • is experienced across functional areas such as patrol, support, investigations, SET, K-9, or other specialized units;
  • develops and maintains collaborative partnerships with community organizations, homeowner associations, adjacent police departments, other municipalities, nonprofit organizations, and social service agencies, in order to leverage resources and maximize quality of life opportunities, ensuring that the Zebulon Police Department is fully engaged and a vital part of the community;
  • is up-to-date on current trends and best practices (e.g. protests, De-Escalation training, mental health training, etc.) and has a track record of evaluating and making appropriate evidence-based recommendations to ensure optimal departmental response;
  • understands and utilizes crime data statistics and other performance metrics to evaluate operations, identify trends, develop benchmarks and measure performance and achievement of established policing goals;
  • is tech-savvy, understands and embraces how technology and how social media can enhance effective law enforcement;
  • has experience working in a council-manager form of government and skills in navigating the complexities of varying roles; and,
  • is skilled in budget development and management, policy development, and application and progressive policing strategies despite budget constraints.

 To apply, visit Client Openings (or copy and paste into your browser: https://developmentalassociates.com/client-openings/), and click on Public Safety Openings, then the Chief of Police – Zebulon link.  All applications must be fully completed and submitted online via the Developmental Associates application portal – NOT the Town portal, nor any other external website; it is not sufficient to send only a resume. Resumes and cover letters can be uploaded with the application.  Application review begins August 24, 2020.  Finalists will participate in virtual interviews and skill assessments on September 29-30, 2020.   Interviews with the Town Manager will follow at a subsequent time.   All inquiries should be emailed to hiring@developmentalassociates.com. Zebulon is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Developmental Associates, LLC is managing the recruitment and selection process for this position.


City of Livermore, CA
Police Chief

Located in the Tri-Valley Region approximately 50 miles east of San Francisco with a diverse population of approximately 91,861 residents, Livermore is uniquely situated as the easternmost city in Alameda County and the gateway to the Central Valley. The City of Livermore is seeking an innovative, out-of-the box thinking, experienced law enforcement professional, with cultural sensitivity and a commitment to an active model of community policing and engagement. The new Chief will be an inspirational leader and experienced executive who will earn the respect of sworn and civilian personnel and inspire confidence and trust from the community. Candidates must possess bachelor’s degree in appropriately related field from an accredited university or college; graduate degree preferred; a minimum of three (3) years command level managerial experience in a local governmental law enforcement agency holding the rank of Captain or higher and at least eight (8) years in law enforcement work; and possession of appropriate, valid California driver’s license. A California POST Management Certificate is required or must be obtained within 12 months if an out-of-state equivalent certificate is furnished. The monthly salary range for the Police Chief position is $17,124.05 ‐ $21,405.06; placement within this range is dependent upon qualifications. If you are interested in this exciting career opportunity, please visit our website at www.bobmurrayassoc.com to apply online. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call Mr. Gary Phillips or Ms. Valerie Gaeta Phillips at: (916) 784-9080. Filing Deadline: September 6, 2020

 

 


Patrol Officer (Full-time)

About College of the Holy Cross:

Founded in 1843 in Worcester, Massachusetts, the College of the Holy Cross is among the nation’s leading liberal arts institutions. A highly selective, four-year, exclusively undergraduate college of 3,100 students, Holy Cross is renowned for offering a rigorous, personalized education in the Jesuit, Catholic tradition.

Holy Cross highly values the unique skills, perspective, talents and passion that each employee contributes to its learning community. To work at The College is to accept an invitation to participate in the growth and development of all campus members, students, faculty and staff. The College’s commitment to diversity is an important feature of the Holy Cross education. Informed by the presence of diverse interpretations of the human experience, Holy Cross is building a community marked by freedom, mutual respect, and civility. We seek others who support our values of diversity and inclusiveness. Job candidates of all diverse backgrounds who embrace the open and inclusive culture of Holy Cross are welcome and encouraged to apply.

Job Description:

Perform a variety of duties to provide protection to the college community members and property, enforce all Local, State, and Federal laws, rules and regulations as well as perform other related duties following standard practices and procedures. Must be able to work as a team member to incorporate community policing in a customer service atmosphere within the campus community. Must have demonstrated experience in positive engagement with members of a diverse society. Must be able to communicate professionally and effectively to promote mutually cooperative dialog.

This position is part of the bargaining unit represented by the Holy Cross Public Safety Association.

Requirements:

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

Physical demands are those in excess of sedentary work; must be able to remain on feet for extended periods of time, stoop, kneel, crouch, lift, carry, push, pull, climb stairs, balance, walk, and run; must be able to access all facilities, on foot, to respond to emergency calls for service to include the upper-most floors of campus buildings when elevators are not available; must be able to conduct visual surveillance of individuals and surroundings

  • Must be physically able to operate and communicate using a variety of machines and equipment including firearm, baton, automobile, office equipment, radio, telephone, etc.
  • Work includes considerable exposure to unusual elements, such as severe weather/ temperatures and loud noises
  • Work environment involves moderate exposure to hazards and physical risks to personal safety; must be physically fit and able to defend community members and one’s self from physical assault
  • Must be able to wear the required uniform and equipment
  • Must be able to work all shifts, including weekends, holidays, and overtime shifts as required – overtime is required

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Previous experience in law enforcement, preferably in a college or university environment.
  • The applicants must already have graduated from an SSPO academy or full time MPTC academy AND must have not had a break in police employment for more than 3 years at the date of application.
  • All officers must maintain a valid SSPO warrant status to maintain continued employment
  • At least 3-5 years of experience as a sworn officer in public safety or police agency required
  • Must possess a valid Class D driver’s license and be able to obtain certification in basic first aid and CPR. In addition, must possess the ability to obtain a Massachusetts License to Carry Firearms – Class A Large Capacity permit in accordance with Massachusetts General Law Chapter 140, Section 131.
  • Successful completion of various fitness for duty assessments; including a comprehensive background investigation, a physical exam, as well as the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2, Rotter Sentence Completion and Beck Depression Inventory tests. Must pass 5-panel drug screening.

Full-time – Varied hours’/work days.

Additional Information:
This is an Non-Exempt, 40 hour/52week, position.

College Description
The College of the Holy Cross is a private, Jesuit Catholic, undergraduate institution serving approximately 3,100 students. Founded in 1843, Holy Cross is the oldest Catholic college in New England and has a tradition of academic excellence. It is located atop Mount Saint James in Worcester, Massachusetts. The picturesque, 174-acre campus is an award-winning and registered arboretum.

Region Description
Worcester is a city of approximately 170,000 people centrally located in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. It is approximately one hour from Boston, Hartford, and Providence, and three hours from New York City. Worcester is known as the Heart of the Commonwealth. Worcester offers many cultural and recreational opportunities.

The College is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and complies with all Federal and Massachusetts laws concerning Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action in the workplace.

A member of the Higher Education Consortium of Central Massachusetts (HECCMA).

To review our Employee Benefit Options, please go to: https://www.holycross.edu/human-resources/benefits

Application Instructions:
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

In your cover letter please address how your work supports the College’s mission as a Jesuit, undergraduate liberal arts college (see http://www.holycross.edu/mission) and its core commitment to diversity and inclusion. For more information, please visit http://holycross.edu/diversity.

To apply, visit https://apptrkr.com/1968825

The College of the Holy Cross is a highly selective Catholic liberal arts college in the Jesuit tradition. It enrolls about 3,000 students and is located in a medium-sized city 45 miles west of Boston. The College seeks faculty members whose scholarship, teaching, advising, and on- and off-campus service demonstrate commitment to the educational benefits of a richly diverse community. Holy Cross aspires to meet the needs of dual-career couples, in part through its membership in Higher Education Consortium of Central Massachusetts (http://www.heccma.org) and the New England Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (https://new-england.hercjobs.org/)

 


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 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 414 with an operating budget of $80 million, including animal control. 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 to provide highly responsible and complex administrative support to the Chief of Public Safety.

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 $112,951 to $180,724 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 Monday, August 31, 2020. Confidential inquiries are welcomed to Ms. Heather Renschler, Project Director. Other members of the Search Team include former Police Chief Bryan Noblett (retired) and Mr. John Slaughter, Senior Consultant. All members of the Search Team are available for a confidential discussion by contacting scheduling@ralphandersen.com or (916) 630-4900.

Detailed brochure available at www.ralphandersen.com/jobs/dir-dept-of-public-safety-las-vegas-nv/.


Chief of Police – Pineville, North Carolina

Due to the upcoming retirement of its Police Chief, the Town of Pineville, North Carolina, operating under a Council-Manager form of government, is seeking a Police Chief who is proactive, visionary, and has a demonstrated history of innovative leadership. The Chief of Police is the public face of the Police Department and must be able to foster effective relationships with the community, elected officials, City administration, police department staff through active, personal engagement. Reporting to the Town Manager, the Police Chief is responsible for planning, directing, implementing, and evaluating the activities of the Police Department. The Department has a $5.5 million overall budget, $150K for 911 center and an $8M asset forfeiture account, 38 sworn personnel, 11 communications staff (3 PT), and 2 support personnel. Pineville PD is housed in a relatively new facility and has its own PSAP. The department has a take-home vehicle policy for officers who live within 20 miles of Town limits. Pineville PD has six divisions: administration, records, communications, investigations, K-9, and SWAT. The Communications division also dispatches for nearby Mint Hill. Additionally, Pineville is geographically in a unique position with two neighborhoods residing in both NC and SC and surrounded by Mecklenburg County on three sides. Effective coordination with local and regional partners is critical.

Qualifications:  Requires a bachelor’s Degree in criminal justice, public administration, or other relevant field, and 15 years of progressive law enforcement experience across functional areas such as patrol, internal affairs, administration, investigations, etc. to include 5-7 years of executive-level experience at the rank of Captain or higher. A master’s degree and executive law enforcement training is preferred. Individuals must have current certification as a local or state law enforcement officer or equivalent military law enforcement MOS certification.  Retired individuals must not have longer than a three year break in full-time law enforcement service at time of appointment.  North Carolina does not have reciprocity with Federal law enforcement certifications.

Salary range and Application Process: The full salary range is $87,480 to $131,219 with an anticipated hiring range of $87,480 – $101,000 (beginning salary will be commensurate with qualifications).

To apply, visit Client Openings (or copy and paste into your browser: https://developmentalassociates.com/client-openings/), and click on Public Safety Openings, then the Chief of Police – Pineville link. All applications must be fully completed and submitted online via the Developmental Associates application portal – NOT the Town portal, nor any other external website; it is not sufficient to send only a resume. Resumes and cover letters can be uploaded with the application. Application review begins August 24, 2020 . Finalists will participate in virtual interviews and skill assessments on September 24-25, 2020. Interviews with the Town Manager will follow at a subsequent time.

All inquiries should be emailed to hiring@developmentalassociates.com. Pineville is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Developmental Associates, LLC is managing the recruitment and selection process for this position.


United States Secret Service – Washington, D.C.
Officer (Uniformed Division)

Are you looking for a career in law enforcement? Consider joining the U.S. Secret Service as a Uniformed Division Officer. The prestigious mission of the Uniformed Division is to protect facilities and venues secured for U.S. Secret Service protectees. Working in the Office of Protective Operations, Uniformed Division, you will earn a starting salary of $61,796 (LE-0083-01, step 1) with a potential to reach $106,302 per year.

During the course of their careers, Uniformed Division Officers carry out assignments in protection that include:

  • Providing protection for The White House Complex, The Vice President’s Residence, The Main Treasury Building and Annex, and foreign diplomatic missions and embassies in the Washington, D.C. area.
  • Traveling in support of the Presidential, Vice Presidential, and foreign heads of state/government missions.
  • Enforcing mandated protective responsibilities as described under Title 18, United States Code, Section 3056A.

Become a part of the Uniformed Division’s mission and serve with a team that promotes a tradition of honor, integrity, and a commitment to excellence. Apply Now! EOE. #ZeroFailMission

This position Is located in Washington, DC. Reasonable moving expenses paid for out-of-area hires.

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/577402500

 


U.S. CENTER FOR SAFESPORT

JOB DESCRIPTION

JOB TITLE
Investigator
REPORTS TO
Assistant Director of Investigations

SUMMARY
The Investigator conducts thorough, reliable, and impartial investigations into reported allegations of sexual, physical, and/or emotional misconduct involving individuals within the Center’s jurisdiction. The Investigator acts as a neutral party throughout the investigation process and provides a comprehensive investigation report regarding the findings of the investigation.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Independently conduct investigations into allegations of sexual, physical, and emotional misconduct, which includes identifying and interviewing involved parties and witnesses; identifying, gathering, and evaluating information relevant to the investigation; and making neutral findings of fact
  • Consistently effectuate thorough and efficient investigations that meet the standards of the Center, including accurate recordkeeping, comprehensive case documentation, and prompt updates to the investigations database
  • Consistently maintain a full caseload, per Center’s expectations of investigative staff
  • Regularly meet with direct supervisor regarding ongoing investigations
  • Regularly update involved parties regarding status of investigation
  • Work with Senior and Associate Legal Counsel(s) to identify policies relevant to alleged misconduct
  • Collaborate as needed with other members of the Response & Resolution Office regarding management and evaluation of reported incidents
  • Develop and maintain functional understanding of all relevant SafeSport policies and procedures, as well as internal investigative practices and protocols, and ensure compliance therewith
  • Continually identify and integrate best practices regarding administrative investigations into allegations of sexual, physical, and emotional misconduct; stay up to date with current trends in related fields by participating in conferences, workshops, online webinars, reviewing current literature and research, etc.
  • Be a responsible steward of Center resources, including investigation-related travel and expenses
  • Other duties as assigned

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field
  • Four years’ experience conducting professional investigations into cases reported allegations of misconduct, specifically sexual misconduct and other forms of abuse
  • Ability to keep detailed and accurate notes throughout an investigative process, and ability to draft thorough and reliable investigation reports
  • Excellent judgment with the ability to manage highly sensitive and confidential information
  • Exceptional critical thinking skills demonstrated by the ability to analyze information, evaluate results, and facilitate resolution of difficult situations, specifically issues of complex and extreme sensitivity
  • Strong skills in the areas of conflict resolution, problem solving techniques, interviewing, and investigation
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrated skill in writing concise, logical, analytical reports to synthesize complex issues
  • Excellent organizational skills, ability to excel in a fast-paced environment, willingness to adapt to an evolving environment, and consistent attention to detail in all facets of one’s responsibilities
  • Experience working with a case management system, particularly managing allegations of misconduct
  • Working knowledge and competency with all applications in the Microsoft Office Suite

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Juris Doctorate degree or Master’s degree
  • Experience working with athletes
  • Knowledge of complexities surrounding investigations in a sport setting

WORK REQUIREMENTS & ENVIRONMENT

  • This position can be either at Center Headquarters in Denver, CO, or could be a Remote Investigator position, in the Center’s discretion.
  • Standard office equipment.
  • Office environment in multi-story, dog-friendly building.
  • Some night and weekend work hours.
  • Some overnight travel required.

SALARY
Salary will be commensurate with background and experience. Benefits include PTO for vacation, sick and holidays; health care, vision and dental options; employer paid life and disability policies; 401k savings match.

WORK LOCATION
Denver, CO, or a location deemed suitable by the Center (e.g., near major airport)

TO APPLY – DEADLINE May 15, 2020
Visit our website to submit your Resume, Cover Letter, and Salary Requirements:
https://safesport.bamboohr.com/jobs/

Pursuant to the U.S. Center for SafeSport policy, no applicant shall be considered within two (2) years of employment and/or board service of the USOPC or National Governing Body US Center for SafeSport is an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, creed, color, religion, alienage or national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, disability or handicap, sex, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, arrest record, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws. Our management team is dedicated to this policy with respect to recruitment, hiring, placement, promotion, transfer, training, compensation, benefits, employee activities and general treatment during employment.

Updated: April 15, 2020


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