Thursday, November 20, 2014
Law Enforcement Specialist-LNR002LK
Referral Bonus : 1,000 US Dollar (USD)
Basic Job Function This position exists to develop relationships with law enforcement agencies and to promote their contribution of data to the LexisNexis Contributory Database.
1. Establish relationships with key law enforcement agencies with the intent to demonstrate product offerings for the industry. Responsible for scheduling appointments with decision makers to communicate the value of contributing data into the LexisNexis repository.
2. Must understand the LexisNexis value proposition as it relates to the law enforcement community as well as competitive offerings and articulate those benefits to the agency in a meaningful manner.
3. Must be trained and familiar with our Company messaging and attain a high-level understanding of our solutions.
4. Attend corporate sponsored tradeshows and local and regional law enforcement association events to build brand recognition and networking.
5. Responsible for the administration, coordination and communication of solution implementations.
6. Responsible for establishing key levels of customer support and service during the rollout process to ensure successful implementations.
7 Other duties as assigned.
1. Bachelors degree or equivalent experience.
2. 8 to 10 years law enforcement experience.
3. Sales, consulting, or sales support experience is a plus.
4. Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite of products.
5. Excellent oral and written communication skills a MUST.
6. Strong analytical and presentation skills.
7. Excellent organizational and time management skills.
8. Ability to travel at least 50% of the time.
Upon acceptance of this role, the selected internal candidate will be required to sign an updated Non-Competition Agreement or Non-Solicitation and Non-Disclosure Agreement as a condition of continued employment.
William R Hatfield
Director of Business Development for Law Enforcement
Insurance Data Solutions - eCrash
LexisNexis | Risk Solutions
Thursday, October 16, 2014
A shout out to a member of the SPI family as he celebrates his 90th birthday! A luncheon will be held on November 3rd to honor Willis Booth, a member of the 9th AOC (Sept. 21-Dec. 11, 1953)! Willis was a Captain with the Clearwater Police Dept. when he attended the AOC in 1953. What an opportunity it would be to see where his experiences have taken him!
If you are interested in attending the luncheon, details are listed on the flyer.
Friday, October 3, 2014
Westworth Village, Texas, is seeking a new Police Chief. The City of Westworth Village, with over 3,000 residents, is located along the banks of the Trinity River, just 7 miles west of downtown Fort Worth. The City, with 49 employees, has a FY 2014-2015 general fund budget of $3.1 million.
Westworth Village is a Type A, General Law City governed by the Mayor and 5 City Council Members. The Police Chief reports directly to the Mayor, and serves as an officer of the City. The Westworth Village Police Department is comprised of 14 sworn officers including the Chief, and 5 personnel assigned to a 24-hour communications dispatch division. The department also employs 2 part-time officers and a school crossing guard. The annual operating budget for the Department, including Crime Control and Prevention District funds, is $1.58 million.
Master’s degree in Criminal Justice or a related field required. Eight to ten years documented law enforcement command experience as a Lieutenant or above required. County and/or military law enforcement experience accepted. Graduation from the FBI National Academy highly desired.
Interested parties can view the full position profile and apply online through our website. For additional information, contact Chester Nolen, Senior Vice President of Executive Search, at:
Friday, September 12, 2014
|Latest Police Chief Search|
Lakeland, Florida, is seeking a new Police Chief. With a population of more than 100,000 residents, the City of Lakeland is situated between Tampa and Orlando.
Lakeland operates under a Commission-Manager form of government. The City has more than 2,700 employees and the FY 2013-2014 budget is approximately $537 million. The Police Chief reports to the City Manager. The department is comprised of 227 sworn officers (1 Chief, 3 Assistant Chiefs, 4 Captains, 11 Lieutenants, 35 Sergeants and 173 Officers) and 117 civilian personnel and has a FY2014 budget of $38.3 million.
Bachelor’s degree and experience as a Chief, Deputy Chief, or Assistant Chief in a comparable department with a demonstrated progressively responsible career trajectory required. Master’s degree preferred. Florida experience and experience in CALEA and State accredited police agencies and work in a police department with union representation desired. Must possess FDLE certification as a law enforcement officer, or obtain certification within 9 months of appointment.
Interested parties can view the full position profile and apply online through our website. For additional information, contact Bill Peterson, Senior Vice President of Executive Search, at:If you know of anyone who may be an excellent match for this exceptional opportunity, please feel free to forward this notice.
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There was a lot to discuss at the recent Board Meeting in Louisville, KY. You can read the highlights on the SPIAA website at http://www.spiaa.com/pdfdoc/SPIAAExecutiveBoardMeetingSeptember82014.pdf.
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Tuesday, September 9, 2014
- Southern Police Institute Alumni Association President Todd Vinger and members of the SPIAA Board hosted a BBQ and get together/mixer on Monday, Sept. 8, 2014, from 5:30 - 9 pm at the Sheriff's FOP Lodge 25, 719 Lynn Street, Louisville, KY 40217. The SPIAA Board members will meet and greet the graduates of the 132nd AOC class.
To join or learn more about the Southern Police Institute Alumni Association visit the website at http://www.spiaa.org.
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Delivered over 10 days. Each participant is granted the opportunity to individually interact with the instructors. Reading material and small group problem solving supplement the classroom instruction. At the completion of the course, participants have the ability to differentiate between accidental, suicidal, and homicidal death.
View Course Descriptions at
http://louisville.edu/spi/courses/schedule/homicide.2015.06 Louisville, KY
http://louisville.edu/spi/courses/schedule/homicide.2015.04 Omaha, NE
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Friday, September 5, 2014
PDF Registration Form at this link: http://www.spiaa.com/pdfdoc/IntelligenceLedPolicing_Oct20-242014.pdf
SOUTHERN POLICE INSTITUTE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION VIRGINIA CHAPTER
Intelligence Led Policing – Turning Theory into Practice
October 20 - 24, 2014
Southern Police Institute Alumni Association (SPIAA)
Virginia Chapter will be hosting an Intelligence Led
Policing/Leadership Model Training October 20 - 24, 2014, at the Hyatt Place
Richmond Arboretum, 201 Arboretum Place, Richmond, Virginia 23236. This
training is open to all law enforcement officers with emphasis placed on
command and executive level officers. You do not have to be a SPIAA member to
Colonel Albert Frost, (Retired) Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Department, Hillsborough, Florida and Lieutenant Albert Selke, Hillsborough County
Sheriff’s Department, Hillsborough, Florida. Colonel Frost has 33 years of law enforcement experience and is credited with developing and implementing
the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Department ILP program known as “LINC.” Both Colonel Frost and Lieutenant Selke have spoken at length about the
Hillsborough ILP Policing Model at Southern Police Institute National Alumni Conferences and various other national law enforcement venues.
SOME OF THE OBJECTIVES OF THIS TRAINING
· Participants will gain an understanding of the precepts of Intelligence Led Policing (ILP) sufficient to support a decision to pursue ILP as an agency strategy;
· Participants will gain an understanding of what it takes to make this new strategy a reality;
· Participants will gain an understanding of how resource decisions are made within the ILP business model;
· Participants will work in small groups to experience practical applications of the ILP concepts and ideologies;
· Participants will gain insight on the methodologies utilized to implement the ILP strategy within their own organization.
The Hyatt Place Richmond Arboretum – 201 Arboretum Place, Richmond, Virginia 23236. Room rates are $65.00 per night plus tax for both single and double occupancy. A block of rooms has been set aside for this training, therefore to make reservations email Joe Gajewski at firstname.lastname@example.org or Yvonne Wright at email@example.com and reference this training to receive the special rate.
REGISTRATION FEE: A registration fee of $275.00 will be charged for each attendee and there are only 40 seats available for this course. Check-in for the class will take place on Monday, October 20, 2014, at 8:00 am in the main meeting room at the Hyatt Place Richmond Arboretum with training commencing at 9:00 am. Attendees will be on their own for all meals with exception of breakfast each day, one working lunch and the reception being held on Monday, October 20, 2014, which is sponsored by the SPIAA Virginia Chapter.
Fee includes: Training, Training Materials, breakfast each day for all attendees, one lunch for all in attendance, the SPIAA Virginia Chapter reception on Monday evening, and 24 hours of DCJS In-Service Credit. (Virginia Law Enforcement Only.)
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