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Police deputy chief career description


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Police deputy chief career description

In this post, you can ref career description of Police deputy chief in details. A complete career description concludes Police deputy chief key duties/responsibilities, Police deputy chief career qualifications (knowledge, education, skills, abilities, experience…KSA model) and other ones such as daily tasks, key activities, key/core competencies, job functions/purpose…

I. List of Police deputy chief duties:

  1. This position provides direct administrative support to the Director, including assuming the administrative and command duties in the Director's absence.
  2. This position directly supervises the Division Commanders. This position also directly supervises any employees assigned to a special project or grant funded project over which the position has authority.
  3. This position develops and implements special programs including the planning and assigning of responsibilities to others within the department. Special programs may include special large scale purchases; grant funded programs, operational plans for large scale events, job task analyses, organizational planning, and other programs requiring special planning expertise.
  4. This position is responsible for full decision making authority on behalf of the Director for University wide enterprise systems with police implications; i.e., University Camera System, Alarm System, Reports Management System, Computer Aided Dispatch System, and Access Management Systems.
  5. This position is responsible for long and short term planning including the analysis of crime statistic information and the formulation of Department wide goals and objectives. This position ensures that all Department goals are directly related to the goals, objectives, and educational mission of the University.
  6. This position serves as the Professional Standards coordinator, managing investigations of alleged employee misconduct.
  7. This position serves as liaison for the Department and as the representative of the Director with a variety of agencies including other University Departments, outside law enforcement agencies, and community groups.
  8. This position has primary responsibility for the accreditation process through the Commission on the Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies.

II. List of Police deputy chief qualifications

         1.            Must be certified by the Virginia State Department for Criminal Justice Services to perform police duties in the commonwealth of Virginia (or be able to have certification conferred by another jurisdiction outside of Virginia). Such a certification may be conferred to police managers from other jurisdictions provided they meet certain professional qualifications. Candidates must have significant years of relevant command experience and be able to obtain Virginia certification within 12 months of accepting this position;
         2.            Advanced degree and/or completion of a law enforcement management program such as the FBI Academy, and experience equivalent to an advanced degree;
         3.            Demonstrated experience in working and leading diverse constituencies, and ability to communicate effectively is essential;
         4.            Extensive skills and experience in physical threat assessment and management; knowledgeable of trends, issues and needs in the security industry; significant experience in emergency management activity including project management; experience as a persuasive and articulate leader who is able to communicate securityrelated and emergency preparedness concepts to a broad range of staff, university leaders, and local officials; exceptional teambuilding skills, collaborative and processmanagement skills; effective critical thinking, reasoning, and judgment/decision making skills;
         5.            Candidates should have significant years of relevant experience with increasing responsibility in law enforcement, emergency management, or security services of which considerable years must be in a senior leadership role;
         6.            Demonstrated experience managing unique community policing approaches necessary in a residential higher education environment; and
         7.            Campus law enforcement experience and knowledge of accreditation standards are strongly preferred.



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