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Police Technical Services Manager, Department of Public Safety Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island

The Brown University Department of Public Safety is a dually accredited (CALEA and RIPAC) department that provides the overall safety and security of the campus community. Situated physically within Department of Public Safety, the Police Technical Services Manager will lead the Technical Services Division. Under the broad policy guidance of the Vice President for Public Safety and Emergency Management and Deputy Chief, this position functions, in coordination with the Office of Information Technology’s Public Safety Tech team in providing technical guidance to provide reliable, high-performance, secure, and scalable infrastructure technology to agency systems, and assures their integration in the support of the mission and goals of the Department of Public Safety. In coordination with the Public Safety Tech team, this position will oversee the day-to-day facets of the police department's information and public safety systems and applications including IMC CAD/RMS, 800MHZ, MDCs, portable radios, station alerting systems, and other public safety and related hardware and software. The Police Technical Services Manager will oversee twelve dispatch personnel and the Police Communications, Assistant Manager.

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Police Chief, Smithfield, RI

Position reports to the Town Manager and supervises 46 sworn officers and 18 civilian employees. Must possess a Master’s degree in criminal justice or related law enforcement field. Must possess at least fifteen (15) years of direct police experience within a law enforcement agency, of which a minimum of five (5) years should be at the command level; must possess an active motor vehicle license. Residency required within six (6) months of appointment.

Please see job description and additional information at Smithfield Town Hall or Smithfield Town Website. Salary range is $122,000 – $135,000 DOQ. Excellent benefits. Please send resume and cover letter to Town of Smithfield, HR Dept, 64 Farnum Pike, Smithfield, RI 02917 or Deadline for resume submittal is April 5, 2024. Equal opportunity employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Nationally accredited law enforcement agency since 2001.

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Municipal Police Training Academy

The Rhode Island Municipal Police Training Academy (RIMPTA) was established in 1969 to train and certify all municipal police officers except those for the City of Providence. Additionally, the Academy was given the responsibility of training police officers from several state agencies that have law enforcement powers. The Rhode Island Police Officers Commission on Standards and Training (POST), with the approval of the Commissioner of Public Safety, establishes the courses of training and sets rules and regulations relative to the education, physical standards, and personal character of candidates and trainees.

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