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Chief of Campus Public Safety

New position will be opening soon for Chief of Campus Public Safety at Southwest School of Art.  You will need to understand and have experience in College/ University Security and Law Enforcement.  The school is located in Downtown San Antonio, Texas 

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Chief of Police - Department of Public Safety

The Alamo Colleges District, located in San Antonio, Texas, is pleased to announce the opportunity for a contemporary, highly adaptable law enforcement leader to fill the position of Chief of Police for the Department of Public Safety.

Apply at:  Alamo Colleges District Job Website

Deadline: November 2, 2019

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Chief of Police at the University of Utah

In this role, the Chief of Police:

  • Reports to the Chief Safety Officer and works closely with Department of Public Safety staff, students, faculty, administration, and the local community to direct and administer the overall policing and public safety initiatives, as well as promote a safe and secure environment across the University;

  • Provides direct oversight to police and security operations, campus emergency management and dispatch services, ensuring that policing policies and practices are followed and that safety operations are coordinated across all areas of campus;

  • Directs and oversees the operations and strategic planning of all police functions pertaining to police services, security, and law enforcement programs; acts as a catalyst between departments, faculty, staff, students, and external entities to ensure continuity and quality of service; and supports the University of Utah’s goals and mission;

  • Assures the compliance needs of the University are met, and administers federal, state, and local safety law to ensure University security remains in compliance;

  • Facilitates cooperative and collaborative community and institutional relationships; participates in departmental and university-wide committees; and supports management and supervisory staff through professional development opportunities and/or educational programs;

  • Acts as a liaison with local, state, federal law enforcement agencies on all matters pertaining to security; oversees and supervises all armed police personnel; provides strategic direction by setting short and long-term goals, estimating budgetary requirements for staff, space and equipment planning, and implementing special projects and policies; forecasts staffing, capital and operating budget needs; and ensures high customer satisfaction by analyzing complaints, concerns and suggestions and providing appropriate follow-through;

  • Possesses a strong understanding of, and commitment to, diversity and equity, as well as the ability to create inclusive work and campus environments; and

  • Is responsible for a comprehensive staff of 127 and oversees a budget of approximately $16 million.

Home to over 33,000 students as the state’s flagship institution, the University of Utah is a public, Top-Tier 1 research university, serving Utah and the global community. University of Utah athletics teams compete in the PAC-12 Conference and are known as the "Utes" in honor of the American Indian tribe for which the state of Utah is named; Swoop, a red-tailed hawk, is the mascot of Utah Utes sports. Salt Lake City is a major hub in the West, with nearby access to Las Vegas, Yellowstone (and five other national parks), ski resorts such as the Snowbird Resort and the Alta ski area, the Bingham Canyon Copper Mine, and other popular destinations.

Application process begins November 1, 2019

The full position announcement is available here:

Chief of Police at the George Washington University

The Chief of Police:

  • Reports directly to the associate vice president for safety and security;

  • Provides leadership and direction for the George Washington Police Department (GWPD);

  • Establishes and communicates a departmental vision and provides strong, energetic leadership and direction to GWPD staff in the implementation of that vision; and

  • In conjunction with the associate vice president for safety and security, works to re-organize the department in order to shape the culture and future of the GWPD.

Full announcement, qualifications, & application instructions:

To nominate an individual and/or discuss this opportunity, contact:

Heather J. Larabee, Search Associate
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