The Ideal Candidate
The ideal candidate will be a collaborative leader who views the department as part of the City’s team, will be responsive and sensitive to the community, transparent, and is media-savvy following modern policing and technology trends. An effective and diverse staff supports this position; the successful candidate will continue to encourage development within the team and embrace diversity within the department and community. The ideal candidate will have a management background in a large law enforcement agency, with experience in establishing and maintaining a fluctuating budget as grant approvals increase.
Key Attributes and Characteristics
- Excellent leadership skills with an even-keeled demeanor and the ability to establish rapport within the department.
- A leader who can continue a community-focused environment while ensuring the inclusiveness of a diverse population within the department and community.
- Detail-oriented and accurate with the ability to articulate concepts and ideas clearly and directly.
- Politically astute and understands political implications while remaining apolitical.
- The ability to collaborate and build consensus with a wide variety of cultures, and mutual aid agencies, along with the department’s union.
- Excellent communication skills; humble, professional, honest, and possessed high integrity.
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Closing Date: 10/05/2021
Cal Poly Pomona invites applications for the position of Chief of Police from successful law enforcement leaders who bring a commitment to safety within a learning community and demonstrate significant experience in serving a large, complex, and diverse population. This is an important opportunity for an experienced professional to have a significant impact on the culture and effectiveness of the department in its support of the University’s mission, and the safety and wellbeing of the University community and its members.
For more information about this opportunity, please review the Position Profile. If the direct link doesn’t work in this advertisement/email, please go to https://link.edgepilot.com/s/17e78b62/XNvnQqeYYkK0oI7CcFZlog?u=https://eflassociates.cbiz.com/ and click on Open Positions and Higher Education.
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DISTRICT ATTORNEY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATOR
The Santa Clara County Office of the District Attorney is recruiting for the position of Criminal Investigator.
Investigators will locate individuals, serve subpoenas, perform criminal investigations, collect evidence, prepare search warrants, and arrest offenders. Assignments may include trial preparation, real estate fraud, public corruption, human trafficking, auto insurance fraud, child abduction, workers compensation fraud, environmental crimes, consumer fraud, auto theft, workplace deaths, and cold case homicides.
For more details, or to submit an application, please refer to these website:
Santa Clara County ESA
The City of Belmont is seeking an experienced leader who will continue the community focused service delivery provided by the Department’s talented staff. The Belmont Police Department is a full-service law enforcement agency composed of 31 sworn peace officers and 13 non-sworn professional staff.
Six years of increasingly responsible law enforcement experience including three years of management and administrative responsibility.
To apply, please visit our website at:
Peckham & McKenney
Feel free to contact Diana Bishop at (408) 800-7653 if you have questions.
A detailed brochure is available at: www.peckhamandmckenney.com
Filing deadline is September 27, 2021.
A completed City of Davis online application and supplemental questions must be submitted to be considered for this position.
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City of Davis
23 Russell Blvd.
Davis, CA 95616
City emp. appl. req.
The City of Stockton is seeking to fill the position of Office of Violence Prevention (OVP) Director. The ideal candidate will be a strategically focused and community-minded leader who can grow the capacity of the Office of Violence Prevention. OVP works to strategically reduce the epidemic of gang/group gun violence throughout the city of Stockton, using data-driven partnership programs and strategies. The OVP seeks to minimize incarceration and promote opportunities for young people at the highest risk of violence – while strengthening community-police relations, particularly with those residents at disproportionately high risk of violence.
To Apply: Please visit the City’s website and submit an online application, supplemental questions, proof of education, resume, and cover letter by September 13, 2021. Visit www.stocktonca.gov/jobs
The Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office is located in beautiful Coeur d’Alene, Idaho and serves a community of nearly 175,000. KCSO employs 325 personnel, 193 sworn and 132 professional staff between the three bureaus: Jail, Operations and Operations Support. https://link.edgepilot.com/s/89d7e732/KCAmo2KBr0m_-AAETF6yLg?u=http://www.kcsheriff.com/
IDEAL CANDIDATE PROFILE:
The Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office seeks an individual with proven leadership qualities who has a proven understanding of basic and advanced principles of leadership and management. Desirable candidates will have a strong work ethic and the ability to work under a variety of conditions; strong interpersonal skills; a balanced ability to work with both sworn and professional personnel; advanced knowledge of dealing with complex budgetary issues; a balanced understanding of national and local issues that impact government; knowledge of jail and police field operations.
To be effective in the Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office culture, candidates should possess the ability to communicate with other members of the organization in a manner that will consistently reflect the mission and the vision of the Sheriff’s Office. All candidates should be of the highest moral character and have a verifiable record of using sound judgment, being decisive, and prioritizing accountability as part of their leadership style. https://link.edgepilot.com/s/a9047d59/ap1GzAC5g0qDQrX-BrOqSw?u=https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/kcgov/classspecs/1407947?keywords=undersheriff%26pagetype=classSpecifications
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Under direction of the Police Lieutenant, the Sergeant plans, directs, supervises, controls and coordinates the activities of an assigned patrol shift of the Police Department; and participates as a member of the department’s management team.
Deadline for Applications:
September 24, 2021
City of Oakdale Police Department
245 North Second Avenue Oakdale, CA 95361