Friday, September 16, 2011

New Members

Here is a list of all new members in the last few weeks, we WELCOME YOU TO SPIAA

Maj. Dwight Crotts 105 AOC/Maj .Anita Holder 106 AOC/Maj .Ronald Rogers 108 AOC/
Capt. Brian Cheek 107 AOC/Capt. Daniel Ingram 113 AOC/Capt. Therron Phipps 112 AOC
Capt. Richard Whisenant 110 AOC/Capt. John Wolfe 116 AOC/Capt. G Mike Richey 117 AOC
Lt. Jonathan Franks 114 AOC/Lt. George Hunte 112 AOC/ Lt. Karen Walters 118 AOC
Lt. Mike Sullivan 110 AOC/Maj. (Ret) Eugene Klemp Sr. 55 AOC/Lt. Juan Brewton 122 AOC
Chief Marc Duguay 14 CODC/MPO Alvin Gilbert 109 AOC/Lt. Robert Harwell 124 AOC
Lt. Carl Leoni 95 AOC/Capt. (Ret) Jeff Magers 87 AOC/ Lt. Leslie McDonald 120 AOC
Sgt. James McDougall 101 AOC/ Lt. Anthony Munoz 125 AOC

Help Keep SPIAA alive thank you for your membership and please share our new sites and membership drive with all your classmates.

New Member

Welcome Robert Yawn, Captain Osceola Sheriff's Office, 126 AOC graduate, WELCOME ROBERT

New Members

Hello everyone I want to introduce Edward Mercer-38th AOC graduate.  This week I met Edward through the internet.  Edward is the author of the book THE DEAD STROLL.  You may purchase this book through his web site or go to  Lets support a fellow member by purchasing this book.  If you wish to look or review the book first I went to and read a few pages, however you may purchase the book through Edward site cheaper.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Job opening

This is a highly responsible division head position appointed by the Sheriff, and reports directly to the Major of Support Services.  Work includes supervisory and management oversight of all aspects of the Alachua County Combined Communications Center, the Alachua County Sheriff's Office Information Technology Unit, and the False Alarm Reduction Unit.  This division operates 24/7 and employs approximately 120 full-time civilian staff with an annual budget of approximately $7,000,000. The Combined Communication Center serves the Alachua County Sheriff's Office, Alachua County Fire Rescue, the Gainesville Police Department and Gainesville Fire Rescue, in addition to law enforcement dispatch for the Waldo and High Springs Police Department.
This is a full-time command-level position with an annual salary range of 69,260 - 111,833. Starting salary is commensurate with experience. The minimum eligibility requirements are at least five (5) years of progressively responsible and high-level management experience.  Superior knowledge of the needs of law enforcement, fire and emergency responders or an equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.
Degree in related field is preferred.
For more information, or to apply online access the Alachua County Sheriff's Office website at and click on the employment tab or call 352-367-4040. The position will be open until filled.
The Alachua County Sheriff's Office is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment employer.  Upon request, applicants with disabilities will be accommodated in the application process.
PERF is not assisting with this search. Please direct all inquiries to Betty Howden at

Monday, September 12, 2011

Position Posting

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You may want to put this information up also for a job opportunity for our SPI grads:
The deadline for applications is Sunday, October 9, 2011.  See the
attached file for application details.
Police Chief
City of San Luis Obispo

The California Central Coast community of San Luis Obispo (pop. 44,697) is seeking a
new Police Chief. The San Luis Obispo Police Department (SLOPD) is supported by 57
sworn and 26.5 non-sworn staff. SLOPD is organized across two Bureaus – Operations
and Administrative Services. Each Bureau is overseen by a Captain.

The City is desirous of attracting community focused policing professionals who are well
versed in contemporary approaches to resource management, service delivery and
collaborative stakeholder engagement. Ideal candidates will be superior
communicators and possess a balance of operations and administrative experience.

Five years of command level management experience in a local law enforcement
setting and a Bachelor’s degree are required. A Master’s degree is highly desirable.

Salary range goes up to $160,394 and is currently under review. Salary is
supplemented by an attractive benefits package that includes CalPERS 3% @ 50
retirement. This recruitment will close just prior to midnight on Sunday, October 9,
For detailed brochure and to apply online, visit

Teri Black-Brann ● 310.377.2612
Joe Brann ● 310.265.7479