Deputy Chief of Police Position Core Competencies Serve as Deputy Chief of Police.Manage the administrative duties of the campus police department.Manage and recommend equipment within the department.Manage all training offered to members of the department.Report accurately all crime statistics to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. General Employee Responsibilities Comply with local, state, and federal guidelines and laws. Comply with Northeast State Community College and Tennessee Board of Regents policies, procedures, and guidelines.Comply with SACSCOC (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges) standards and guidelines.Promote and maintain College and TBR Mission, Vision, and ValuesPromote and comply with Northeast State Community College SAFE Campus programs.Maintain digital calendar and archive annually on June 30. Provide supervisor with access to calendar and an archived copy of calendar for annual performance review.Seek efficiencies and continuous improvement in both position and personal growthLead/promote College and TBR initiatives as they relate to this office.In all duties assigned, show a commitment to quality, customer service, and Northeast State Community College: to include students, College employees, and the community served by Northeast State. Be an active and contributing part of the Northeast State TeamFollow professional code of conduct and ethics; maintain professional dress in compliance with expectations of the position.Complete other assignments as directed by supervisor/President.Utilize effective people skills in working with internal and external customers. Specific Role and Responsibilities Enforce state law on all property owned, controlled or leased by the college.Testify in court.Supervise and implement the administrative requirements of a campus police department.Serve as the department's Training and Supply Officer.Develop and implement the records keeping systems within the police department.Supervise all law enforcement officers.Chair and/or serve as a member of committees as directed by the chief of Police.Insure accreditation standards established by the Tennessee Association of Chiefs of Police are developed and properly implemented.Promote, assist with implementation, and comply with Northeast State Community College SAFE Campus and Clery Act programs.Implement the department's training program to insure all officer meet or exceed Peace Officer and Standards Training Commission (POST) standards.Insure officers complete training that is specific to campus police duties and responsibilities. Submit crime statistics to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) through the Tennessee Incident Based Reporting System (TIBRS).Develop and recommend plans and strategies to protect people and safeguard property.Make recommendations to the chief of Police and other departments with regards to programs and services related to Clery and Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).Complete other assignments as directed by the chief of Police.Serve as chief of Police in his/her absence. Requirements of the Position Minimum Qualifications and Education Requirements Education - Minimum of a bachelor's degree in criminal justice or a related field from a regionally accredited institutionAbility to become Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission (P.O.S.T.) certified per T.C.A. 38-8-107, or its equivalency. Experience - Four years of supervisory experience in the law enforcement field and/or four years' successful work experience in campus law enforcement.Technology Skills: MS Office skills, Word, Excel, Access; digital records management systems; general operating systems and data information systems. Preferred Skills Knowledge of modern law enforcement practices as they pertain to campus law enforcement.Knowledge of the National Incident Management System (NIMS).Knowledge in the Clery Act and Violence Against Women Act.Trained in police instructor development.Knowledge of the court system.Knowledge of effective methods of communication.Ability to ascertain facts by personal contact, observation, and investigation.Ability to explain and interpret pertinent provisions of laws, ordinances and regulations.Ability to administer the enforcement of laws firmly, tactfully, and with respect for the rights of others. Additional Notes Ability to react and lead confidently in situations of high stress.Implement directives from the Chief of Police.Must be able to react properly in high stress situations and supervise others in a high stress situation. Compensation: $43,434 - $54,293 annual salary dependent on education and experience.
Contract Type: Fiscal, Full-Time Regular
Location of Position: Northeast State,
2425 Highway 75
Blountville, Tennessee, 37617
United States Open Until Filled: Yes Requisition Number: req2680 Category: Protective Service , Keywords: Chief of Police