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Tuesday, February 14, 2012
We ask that you join us in congratulating B-CU Department of Public Safety officer, Sgt. Michael Leonardi, on his graduation from the Southern Police Institute 63rd Command Officers Development Course (CODC). This prestigious course, provided by the Department of Justice Administration College of Arts and Sciences, University of Louisville, is offered in five (5) two-week segments over a five-month period and provides a comprehensive overview of management practices based upon the changing social, economic, and political environments associated with local, state, and federal units of government.
We also extend our congratulations to Daytona Beach Police officers, Lieutenants’ Lance Blanchette and James Floyd, and Sergeants’ Paul Barnett, David Mays, Byron Williams on their successful completion of the course.
Other B-CU Department of Public Safety Southern Police Institute graduates include Chief Mel Williams (109th Administrative Officers Course), Captain Randy Davis (39th CODC) and Lieutenant Nels Pate (31st CODC).
Thursday, February 9, 2012
The City Of Georgetown is currently accepting applications for Police Chief: Applications Can Be obtained ONline at Georgetown-Kentucky.gov Or at 100 Court Street georgetown, ky 40324. Applications will be accepted until Filled.
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GENERAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Essential: Plans, organizes, directs, coordinates and evaluates all activities and programs of the Department. Establishes and ensures compliance with departmental policies, regulations, goals and program priorities. Formulates and prescribes work methods and procedures. Makes recommendations regarding personnel appointments, promotions, demotions or dismissals. Prepares and authorizes work schedules. Keeps superiors informed of key issues and critical events. Ensures departmental compliance with applicable City policies. Investigates and resolves complaints against personnel and/or services provided by the Department. Meets with citizens or citizen groups concerning problems, police actions, hazardous conditions, etc. Ensures that required annual reports are accurately prepared and forwarded in a timely manner. Assists in preparing annual budget; monitors approved budget. Recommends equipment requisitions. Attends required training programs; ensured departmental personnel attend mandatory training. Attends council meetings and repots as requested.
Training and/or Experience: Bachelors Degree in Police Administration or law enforcement, supplemented by five years law enforcement experience, including three years in an administrative/supervisory capacity. Additional college level coursework in a closely related field of study or specialized training from an accredited educational institution may be substituted for required work experience; likewise, additional closely related work experience may be substituted for educational training on a year-per-year basis.
Knowledge: Comprehensive knowledge of the principles, practices and techniques of modern police administration and law enforcement. Extensive knowledge of federal, state and local laws and ordinances relating to police activities. Knowledge of the geography of the City, including interior plans of major buildings.
Skills: Skill in the use of firearms.
Abilities: Ability to supervise and direct the activities of police officers. Ability to prepare and maintain and/or ensure the preparation and maintenance of required reports. Ability to speak effectively before public groups. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City officers and employees, other police departments/agencies, and the general public.
JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Police Captain Opportunity with the Eugene Police Department
The following request is sent to you at the request of Chief Pete Kerns from the Eugene Police Department regarding a Police Captain opportunity with the Eugene Police Department (see attached and information below):
The City of Eugene Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Captain. Over the next year we anticipate three vacancies in this rank, and we are conducting a recruitment process to fill these important roles. The ideal candidate for the Police Captain's position will be able to lead a major operational or administrative division for a modern, progressive police department, instilling trust in the services in the community, developing and implementing plans to achieve the mission and vision of the department, and inspiring employees to perform with excellence. The Eugene Police Department has adopted Intelligence Led Policing (ILP) as a crime reduction strategy. The ideal candidate will either have experience with ILP, or COMPSTAT, or demonstrate an aptitude to lead from this philosophy.As a member of the Police Department's management team, the Captain will be part of a collaborative team working with the Chief to provide leadership and management of Department-wide issues and supporting the goals and directions for the department from the City Manager and the City's elected leadership. The successful candidate will model the highest standards of integrity, display a commitment and understanding to the concepts of Intelligence Led Policing, and make sound and well informed decisions.
The annual salary range for this position is $86,361 - $107,660. For more information regarding this recruitment and to apply on-line, please visit our website at www.eugene-or.gov/jobs. We invite applications from all qualified candidates by February 24, 2012.