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Lilburn Police Department - Captain
Post Until: April 22, 2016
Salary Range: $60,000 - $75,000 Annually

Job Summary

The City of Lilburn is accepting applications for Police Captain. The City of Lilburn provides first-class municipal services with small-town customer attention. Our 13,500 residents enjoy a thriving local economy, highly professional and enhanced police protection, outstanding recreational facilities, and some of the best schools in the country. Lilburn is strategically situated in southwestern Gwinnett County less than 20 miles from downtown Atlanta and has a day time population of approximately 25,000.  The Lilburn Police Department has 32 sworn positions and 7 civilian support staff positions. 

This position will be responsible for managing the Operations or Support Division which could include any combination of the following:

-  Uniform Patrol
-  Criminal Investigations
-  Community Outreach
-  Internal Affairs
-  Special Operations/Traffic Unit
-  Special Projects/Permits
-  Training
-  Background and Recruitment
-  Certification
-  Records
-  Fleet Management
-  Evidence/Inventory Control  
-  Public Information Officer

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice or related field with ten years of progressively responsible experience in law enforcement to include five years of management experience or equivalent combination of education, training and experience sufficient to perform the essential duties of the position.

  • Must be a Georgia POST Certified Peace Officer.
  • Must have management training.
  • Must have a valid Georgia Driver’s License.

This position is a safety sensitive position requiring a pre-employment drug test, extensive background investigation and subsequent random drug and alcohol testing in accordance with the City’s Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace Policy.

Preferred Qualifications

1) Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice or related field.

2) Supervisory or Management POST Certification through State of Georgia or similar related training such as FBI National Academy (FBINA), Southern Police Institute (SPI), or Georgia Law Enforcement Command College.   
                               
3) Supervisory experience in criminal investigations and/or patrol operations.

Interested applicants may download an employment application
and background questionnaire form from our website at www.cityoflilburn.com. Additional documents required are listed on the front page of the Background Questionnaire. Return completed application, background questionnaire, and other required documents to:

Lynn Smith
HR Director
76 Main Street
Lilburn, Georgia 30047
Email:  lsmith@cityoflilburn.com
770-921-2210

Applicants may submit a resume’ in addition to the required City application form. 

Closing Date for accepting applications is April 22, 2016

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Police Captain – Georgia World Congress Center Authority
Post Until:  April 30, 2016

The Georgia World Congress Center Authority is currently seeking qualified applicants for the position of Police Captain.  The position of Police Captain shall operate under general supervision and performs work involving managing the overall law enforcement activities of the uniform patrol division.  Salary will be based upon experience and qualifications.  This position is responsible supervising and directing the work of police lieutenant(s) and subordinate personnel.  Specifically, this position is tasked with ensuring training and orientation of new personnel; communicating directives, policies and procedures; overseeing all uniform patrol functions; and preparing and successfully implementing police related operations for various Authority events. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The list of essential functions, as outlined herein, is intended to be representative of the tasks performed within this classification.  It is not necessarily descriptive of any one position in the class.  The omission of an essential function does not preclude management from assigning duties not listed herein if such functions are a logical assignment to the position.

  • Plans, directs, controls and manages the activities of a specialized police work unit.
  • Establishes and implements policies and procedures for this area of assignment.
  • Determines goals and objectives, and formulates strategies and priorities for attainment of the Public Safety Department’s service needs as it relates to the Authority’s needs.
  • Communicates directives, policies and procedures to subordinate personnel; communicates and enforces departmental rules and regulations in order to maintain discipline and to inform personnel of consequences of infractions of rules and regulations.
  • Plans, allocates and monitors staff, equipment, and other resources to ensure efficient organization and work completion be subordinates.
  • Monitors and manages work area expenditures; prepares specifications for work unit equipment purchases.
  • Testifies in a courtroom setting or other legal proceeding to ensure that complete and correct information is related to all participants; testifies in state mandated implied consent hearings; provides depositions to the court on incidents relating to police activity; reviews all documents, papers and notes related to an investigation to prepare for courtroom testimony or depositions.
  • Ensures the appropriate allocation of arrest and search warrants from judicial authorities by reviewing facts and evidence resulting of subordinates.
  • Oversees the efficient control and entry of all acquired and submitted evidence/property of subordinates.
  • Supervises and directs the work of police Lieutenants, Sergeants and other law enforcement personnel; writes, reviews, and approves performance evaluations; evaluates and approves training requests; monitors performance through direct observation or reports of activities.
  • Interacts with citizens in order to respond to inquiries and complaints and to establish rapport and trust.
  • Monitors the activities of all personnel; counsels employees to resolve problems; issues or reviews disciplinary actions, including letters of reprimand, or other appropriate forms of discipline; reviews performance evaluations completed by lieutenants or subordinate personnel.
  • Conducts or reviews investigations of officer conduct or behavior and recommends disciplinary action, if appropriate.
  • Ensures the availability of necessary vehicles and equipment; ensures that vehicles, weapons and specialized equipment are properly maintained and that they conform to safety standards.
  • Patrols jurisdiction in order to detect problems, to monitor the work performance of personnel, and to stay abreast of all activities.
  • Oversees orientation and initial training of personnel by FTOs and shift supervisors; ensures that new personnel are assigned to experienced officers to receive training.
  • Relays information from personnel up to chain of command by discussing information from employees with members of upper management in order to keep management staff informed of staff activities, needs, concerns and problems.
  • Monitors communications and radio dispatches in order to ensure that operations are being carried out as required.
  • Reviews case files completed by subordinates officers in order to ensure accuracy and completeness, to determine status of assignments, and to determine the efficiency and effectiveness of unit activities; returns inadequate case files for completion.
  • Reviews reports submitted by personnel in order to maintain and effectively reduce crimes occurring in the Authority’s jurisdiction.
  • Responds to major emergency, dangerous or priority calls in order to render assistance to officers and to take charge of situations if necessary; makes assignments of personnel; supervises activities at the scene; responds to accidents involving police personnel in order to assess and appropriately manage any emergency. .
  • Investigates unresolved complaints involving employees of the department, use of force complaints, fitness for duty evaluations, and employee misconduct complaints; interviews employees, victims and witnesses; gathers evidence and other information; writes reports to document findings and conclusions.
  • Makes oral presentations to groups regarding various aspects of the service provided by the Public Safety Department.
  • Attends in-service and specialized training to insure the required number of training hours has been acquired.
  • Maintains current knowledge of trends and developments in the field for application to functional areas of responsibility.
  • Maintains attendance and punctuality within customary tolerances for this position.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

Minimum Requirements

  • High School diploma or general Education Degree (GED)
  • Three (3) years progressively knowledgeable and skilled experience as a law enforcement officer.
  • Valid Georgia Driver’s License.
  • Georgia POST Peace Officer Certification.
  • No felony convictions or excessive misdemeanor convictions as to show a disregard for the law.
  • No terminations from a Federal, State, or Municipal law enforcement agency for cause.
  • Demonstrated past work history which indicates job stability.
  • Georgia Post Instructor Certification with twenty-four (24) months in position.

Full Description and Application may be accessed via www.gwccajobs.com

 

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Police Lieutenant Investigations
Georgia World Congress Center Authority

Post Until:  April 30, 2016

The Georgia World Congress Center Authority is currently seeking qualified applicants for the position of Police Lieutenant Investigations.  The position of Police Lieutenant Investigations shall operate under general supervision and performs work involving managing the overall law enforcement activities of a specialized work unit.  Salary will be based upon experience and qualifications.  This position is responsible supervising and directing the work of police sergeant(s) and subordinate personnel.  Specifically, this position is tasked with ensuring training and orientation of new personnel; communicating directives, policies and procedures; overseeing all criminal and non-criminal department investigations; and preparing and successfully implementing police related operations for various Authority events. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The list of essential functions, as outlined herein, is intended to be representative of the tasks performed within this classification.  It is not necessarily descriptive of any one position in the class.  The omission of an essential function does not preclude management from assigning duties not listed herein if such functions are a logical assignment to the position.
 

  • Plans, directs, controls and manages the activities of an investigations work unit.
  • Establishes and implements policies and procedures for this area of assignment.
  • Determines goals and objectives, and formulates strategies and priorities for attainment of the objectives as identified and/or directed.
  • Communicates directives, policies and procedures to subordinate personnel; communicates and enforces departmental rules and regulations in order to maintain discipline and to inform personnel of consequences of infractions of rules and regulations.
  • Plans, allocates and monitors time, people, equipment, and other resources to ensure efficient organization and work completion.
  • Review case files completed by subordinate officers in order to ensure accuracy and   completeness of unit detail, to determine status of assignments, and to determine the efficiency and effectiveness of unit activities; returns inadequate case files for completion.
  • Responds to major emergencies, dangerous or priority calls in order to render assistance to officers and to take command of situations if necessary; assigns personnel as required; supervises activities at the scene; responds to accidents involving police personnel in order to assess and appropriately handle situations.
  • Monitors and controls work unit expenditures; prepares specifications for project expenditures.
  • Testifies in a courtroom setting or other legal proceeding to ensure that complete and correct information is related to all participants; testifies in state mandated implied consent hearings; provides depositions to the court on incidents relating to police activity; reviews all documents, papers and notes related to an investigation to prepare for courtroom testimony or depositions.
  • Directs investigations by assigning adequate personnel to the case; making recommendations regarding investigative procedures and techniques; reviewing case files; and determining priority of cases.
  • Manages the process of arrest and obtains search warrants from judicial authorities by reviewing facts and evidence resulting from the investigation of a criminal incident.
  • Provides updates to victims in order to keep them informed of the status of their case.
  • Oversees the efficient control and tracking of all acquired evidence/ property storage.
  • Manages, maintains, and ensures compliancy with all FBI/ UCR reporting requirements
  • Monitors the activities of all personnel; counsels employees to resolve problems; issues or reviews disciplinary actions, including letters of reprimand, or other appropriate forms of discipline; reviews performance evaluations completed by lieutenants or subordinate personnel.
  • Testifies in a courtroom setting or other legal proceeding to ensure that complete and correct information is related to all participants; testifies in state mandated implied consent hearings; provides depositions to the court on incidents relating to police activity; reviews all documents, papers and notes related to an investigation to prepare for courtroom testimony or depositions.
  • Directs the conduct of criminal investigations be assigning adequate personnel to the case; making recommendations regarding investigative procedures and techniques; reviewing case files; and determining priority of cases.
  • Obtains arrest and search warrants from judicial authorities by reviewing facts and evidence resulting from the investigation of a criminal incident.
  • Supervises and directs the work of police sergeants and other law enforcement personnel; writes, reviews, and approves performance evaluations; evaluates and approves training requests; monitors performance through direct observation or reports of activities.
  • Interacts with citizens and staff in order to respond to inquiries and complaints and to establish rapport and trust.
  • Monitors the activities of all personnel; counsels employees to resolve problems; issues or reviews disciplinary actions, including letters of reprimand, or other appropriate forms of discipline; reviews performance evaluations completed by lieutenants or subordinate personnel.
  • Conducts or reviews investigations of officer conduct or behavior and recommends disciplinary action, if appropriate.
  • Ensures the availability of necessary vehicles and equipment; ensures that vehicles, weapons and specialized equipment are properly maintained and that they conform to safety standards.
  • Patrols precinct in order to detect problems, to monitor the work performance of personnel, and to stay abreast of all activities.
  • Relays information from personnel up to chain of command by discussing information from employees with members of upper management in order to keep management staff informed of staff activities, needs, concerns and problems.
  • Monitors communications and radio dispatches in order to ensure that operations are being carried out as required.
  • Investigates unresolved complaints involving employees of the department, use of force complaints, fitness for duty evaluations, and employee misconduct complaints; interviews employees, victims and witnesses; gathers evidence and other information; writes reports to document findings and conclusions.
  • Makes oral presentations to groups regarding various aspects of the service provided by the Public Safety Department.
  • Attends in-service and specialized training to insure the required number of training hours has been acquired.
  • Maintain current knowledge of trends and developments in the field for application to functional areas of responsibility.
  • Maintains attendance and punctuality within customary tolerances for this position.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

 

Minimum Requirements

  • High School diploma or General Education Degree (GED).
  • Three (3) years progressively knowledgeable and skilled experience as a law enforce officer
  • Valid Georgia Driver’s License.
  • Georgia POST Peace Officer Certification.
  • No felony convictions or excessive misdemeanor convictions as to show a disregard for the law.
  • No terminations from a Federal, State, or Municipal law enforcement agency for cause.
  • Demonstrated past work history which indicates job stability.

Full Description and Application may be accessed via www.gwccajobs.com



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