Saturday, March 28, 2015

Chief of Policy City of Ludlow KY

City of Ludlow, KY, located in Kenton County, KY and minutes from downtown Cincinnati, seeks a proven, experienced police professional with progressive management experience in all areas of policing to serve as the senior law enforcement officer for the City and lead the department of 10 sworn full-time and part-time officers. 

Requires a Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred) in criminal justice, public, or business administration, or related field, and a minimum of 12 yrs. progressively responsible experience in certified law enforcement, or any combination of education and experience that fulfills the demands of the position. Candidates must demonstrate superior skills in leadership, communication, public relations, community policing, and public safety-related technology. Applicants must be KLEC-POPS certified and possess a valid Driver’s License. 

Appointment made by the Mayor with the approval of City Council. This position reports to the City Administrator. Salary information: $60,000 to $80,000 annually.

Interested candidates please submit a cover letter, resumé, and salary history to: 
Ludlow Police Chief Selection Committee 
c/o NKADD 22 Spiral Drive 
Florence, KY 41042 

or by eMail to

Applications will be accepted until Friday, April 24, 2015 at 12:00PM. 

The City of Ludlow is an equal opportunity employer.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

City of Glasgow, Kentucky is Seeking Applicants For the Position of Police Chief

The City of Glasgow is conducting a national search for a proven leader who can inspire the confidence of the community and its police officers as the city’s police chief.

The chief of police is responsible for the overall direction and effectiveness of the city police department. It is expected that the chief of police will use current strategies, systems and technologies to optimize the delivery of police services to the community. All of this is to be done with respect to the budget established.
Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

• Planning, organizing and directing the operations of the police department
• Maintaining a comprehensive law enforcement program
• Maintaining emergency preparedness
• Improving crime prevention practices
• Conducting investigations
• Parking and traffic control
• Administration of the department’s budget
• Coordination with external agencies and community organizations
• Perform annual evaluations on all classified, exempt and part time employees to access performance and develop resulting action plans
• Manage and amend when appropriate all policy and procedure manuals
• Professional development of officers
Demonstrated competencies in effective leadership and building strong relationships within the community and the agency, and the ability to inspire confidence as a representative of the police department and the city.
Have a track record of successfully implementing and maintaining professional standards that result in departmental efficiency, integrity, and public confidence.
Successful candidate should possess (a) the ability to supervise, train, evaluate and lead a staff; (b) a working knowledge of the law and police enforcement tactics; and (c) possess conflict management skills and an ability to investigate crimes.
Candidates must have ten (10) years of increasingly responsible experience in municipal or state police work, including 5 years of administrative and supervisory experience.
Candidates must have exceptional organizational and management skills, including the ability to develop and maintain a strong leadership team.
In addition, it is preferable that a candidate would provide proof of the completion of a nationally recognized advanced law enforcement administration course. This could include PERF’s, Senior Management Institute for Police, the FBI National Academy, the Southern Police Institute AOC, or Northwestern University Center for Public Safety School of Police Staff and Command or KY DOCJT Criminal Justice Executive Development.
Department Information
The Glasgow Police Department currently is staffed with 42 personnel and operates on a $2.5 million dollar budget for which the Police Chief is directly responsible for. It is a full-service police agency accredited through the Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police. The department is currently divided into two commands, one being Operations and the other Support Services.
Community Information
Glasgow is a 3rd-class city and is the county seat of Barren County which ranked on the Best Communities for Young People list by the America's Promise Alliance. Glasgow has a population of just over 14,000 and Barren County has a population of 42,600.
Glasgow is governed by a mayor and city council form of government.

In November 2008, the city voted “Yes” on Proposition 8, making it legal for restaurants to sell liquor by the drink to the public. Also, in April 2010, the city council voted for a city-wide smoking ban in all indoor public places.
Glasgow is served by three school systems. Glasgow Independent Schools, Glasgow Christian Academy, and Barren County School system.
Since 1998, Western Kentucky University has operated a regional campus in Glasgow.
We have a 196 bed regional hospital, T.J. Samson Hospital, that is home to the University of Louisville Glasgow/Barren County Family Medicine Residency. Their brand-new T.J. Health Pavilion just opened in 2013, providing outpatient services, physicians’ offices, and even a walking track.
Barren River Lake State Park is located about 12 miles from downtown, and boasts rolling, tree-covered hills, and a 51 room lodge overlooking the beautiful 10,000-acre lake. The park's 22 cottages are also available to those wishing to enjoy the outdoors from indoors!
Mammoth Cave National Park, recognized as one of the largest tourism destinations in the South, is within 25 miles of Glasgow. Mammoth Cave is the world's longest known cave system, with more than 400 miles explored.
Glasgow is well known for its annual Glasgow Highland Games, a festival that celebrates Scottish culture. This festival is celebrated on the Barren River Lake State Park property.
As a tourism destination, Glasgow offers cultural, educational, and recreational opportunities that most communities only dream of. And, our numerous public parks offer unequaled facilities for baseball, softball, soccer, football, and tennis. The County also boasts several public and private golf courses, and the local YMCA athletic complex provides for swimming, aerobics, and basketball.
Centrally located in the heart of south central Kentucky, we are located equally between Nashville TN and Louisville KY just off interstate 65.
Interested applicants are asked to please submit their resumes to:
Dick Doty, Mayor
126 East Public Square
P.O. Box 278
Glasgow, KY 42141
Resumes will be accepted until Friday April 17, 2015 at close of business; 4:30PM Central Time.

Any applicant who needs an ADA accommodation in the employment selection process shall request the accommodation from the City Clerk.

Friday, March 20, 2015


Department of Criminal Justice Training



STATEMENT OF DUTIES: Teaches assigned topics using established lesson plans. Maintains

compliance with DOCJT polices & procedures.

1. Teaches established lesson plans for Leadership Development.

2. Develops instructional materials and lesson plans on a limited basis.

3. Plans and utilizes materials, equipment and training techniques.

4. Coordinates visits by guest instructors.

5. Instructs trainees. Coordinates trainees' schedules.

6. Advises and counsels trainees to encourage professional development and improvement.

7. Prepares and presents written and oral reports.

8. Speaks to interested groups.


1. Applicant placement is anticipated for the Leadership Development Section

3. Minimum five (5) years of experience as a supervisor or above

4. Must have 400+ hours of documented leadership/supervisor training

5. In compliance with CALEA standard 5.2.8 a physical exam is required

6. Extensive and rigorous background check is required

STARTING SALARY RANGE: $2670.20 - $3554.70

LOCATION: Funderburk Building, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY

TO APPLY: visit https://sjobs.brassring search using the requisition number, 39537BR, as the



CLOSING DATE: April 1, 2015


Thursday, March 5, 2015

Chief of Police, Greenville PD

Chief of Police
Greenville Police Department
Greenville, North Carolina
An IACP Executive Search Opportunity

The IACP is assisting the City of Greenville, North Carolina, with its nationwide search for a Chief of Police. The ideal candidate will be community-focused and have the leadership, management, and interpersonal skills to maintain and advance the Greenville Police Department’s standing as a progressive, professional, and innovative police agency. Key qualifications include
  • Experience in working in diverse socioeconomic and multicultural communities working to build relationships of trust with all segments of the community;
  • Experience working in a high growth, urban city with a large university population, student residences, and a vibrant downtown nightlife;
  • Experience utilizing technology and innovative policing strategies to augment police operations;
  • Proven track record in use of evidence-based practices to increase public safety and community engagement.
For a complete position description, including job duties, requirements, and application procedures, please visit the IACP career center or download the recruitment brochure.
The closing date is Friday, April 10.