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Deputy Chief of Police

Company: CALEA
Location: Baltimore
Posted on: November 20, 2023

Job Description:

The Johns Hopkins Police Department (JHPD) is committed to the equitable delivery of police services that prioritizes the well-being of our students, staff, faculty and guests. We build trust by engaging our community and partners as co-creators of the campus safety environment.We employ knowledgeable, service-focused professionals who embrace diversity and recognize that safety is a community effortJohns Hopkins University Police Department is seeking a highly motivated individual to serve as the Deputy Chief of Police. The Deputy Chief works in a team environment with integrity, professionalism, humanity and courage to protect the lives and property of the Johns Hopkins community. The Deputy Chief regularly engages with students, faculty, staff and visitors in a variety of ways in order to provide services and needed information. The Deputy Chief provides oversight and management of police services to the Homewood, East Baltimore and Peabody Campus' where officers will be assigned to work. They will ensure JHPD is a leader in the provision of responsive, quality and customer service-oriented police department.Responsibilities include ensuring community-oriented law enforcement services, patrols and crime prevention services to protect life and property, offering proactive support of student and staff initiatives, develop and maintain a positive rapport with students, faculty, staff and members of the surrounding neighborhoods. Enforcing University policies and regulations, State laws and regulations. Works in partnership with other university staff.Participates in budget planning and administration, as related to operational area. Assures department personnel comply with the rules, regulations, and policies of JHPD and the University.The Deputy Chief of Police leads through the lens of 21st century policing and ensures officers and supervisors perform their duties in a manner that furthers public trust. The position will report directly to the Chief of Police.Specific Duties and Responsibilities--- Represents the JHPD's mission, vision and values when interacting with university, community, advocacy groups, and coordinates JHPD resources and activities to meet the goals set forth by the Chief of Police.
--- Provides executive management and leadership for the overall department. Maintains constant communication to ensure continuity of services and operations. Establishes priorities and strategies, holding supervisors accountable for executing proactive, customer service oriented and community policing initiatives, as well as crime suppression strategies. Looks for opportunities to actively engage in community policing and models for officers. Responsible for direct reports' performance evaluations and development of succession/development plans.
--- Works collaboratively with Chief of Police and other University leaders in a coordinated effort to ensure effective results for the overall department. Serves as a liaison for JHPD with other areas of the university and community. Meets regularly with division leaders from across the university and community to incorporate the JHPD into the activities, planning and development of campus-wide and community events. Coordinates with external stakeholders, including community groups, federal and state partners, victim advocates and other organizations.
--- Leads crime prevention strategies through the lens of 21st Century Policing and ensures the department creates strong relationships to develop public trust. Researches and utilizes up-to-date, peer-reviewed research and program evaluations to develop operations guidance to support the development of policies and procedures. Analyzes and effectively devises solutions and or action plans for complex, sensitive and/or hazardous situations.
--- Initiates and establishes mentoring programs for officers and leadership. Works closely with the Chief of Police to continue to strengthen community policing through collaborative discussion with university officials, students, faculty and staff, community stakeholders and police officers.
--- Works closely with leadership and training to ensure that customer service is the forefront of all officer's response to the community's needs.
--- Coordinates the efforts of multiple individuals and departments across Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Medicine in support of police department initiatives.
--- Supports the development of policies, procedures, and practices to support Johns Hopkins public safety operations.
--- Researches and provides recommendations for the procurement of infrastructure, equipment, technology, and other tools and resources necessary for police and public safety operations.
--- Supports community engagement and participation efforts, including open forums, local hiring events, and other public-facing events.
--- Maintains awareness of state, local, and federal legislation, and advises institutional leadership on legislative strategy and engagement with elected officials.
--- Supports the establishment and operations of the JHPD Police Athletics/Activities League.
--- Serves as police subject-matter-expert and liaison to other internal departments (i.e., Human Resources, Information Technology) and external stakeholders and partners (i.e., Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commission, Baltimore Police Department). Requirements Requirements
--- Must be a citizen of the United States or a permanent legal resident of the United States who: (i) Is an honorably discharged veteran of the United States Armed Forces; and (ii) Has submitted an application for United States citizenship that is pending approval; and (2) Submit documents to the hiring law enforcement agency that support a claim of: (a) Citizenship; or (b) Permanent legal residency and proof of a pending application for United States citizenship.
--- Must not have been convicted of a felony
--- Must demonstrate physical ability to perform job
--- Must possess and maintain a Valid Driver's License
--- Must have current MPTC certification or other recognized
* Finalists will be required to complete a comprehensive background check, including drug test, polygraph, medical and psychological evaluation.
OTHER: Certification as a sworn Police Officer recognized by the Maryland Police Training Commission and valid Maryland Non-commercial Class C or equivalent driver's license. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications:
--- Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice, Social Science, Public Administration, Leadership, or other related field from an accredited university.
--- Fifteen (15) years' experience as a commissioned law enforcement officer.
--- At least 5 years of that service at the rank of Captain (command staff) or above at similar size agency/department with broad responsibility over multiple functions of a police department.
--- Distinguished service record and excellent performance evaluations, with no serious or recent record of discipline or citizen complaints.
--- Master's Degree in related field.
--- 10 or more years' experience of law enforcement in a university/school setting.
--- Completion of national policing leadership development courses such as FBI. National Academy, Senior Management Institute of Police (SMIP) and/or School of Police Staff and Command (SPSC) etc. Location 3400 N Charles St.
Baltimore , MD 21205
United States

Keywords: CALEA, Baltimore , Deputy Chief of Police, Other , Baltimore, Maryland

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