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October 2009
Featured Careers Column
Recruiting to meet your agency's standards

I know of no department that accepts candidates who have used cocaine or heroin. But should a 22-year-old candidate who admitted to smoking a marijuana cigarette at age 16 be eliminated from the process?

Maybe, but that’s what the selection process is all about — to “weigh the pros and cons” of each candidate against a standard. Here are some ideas on how to set up a viable recruitment program that will enable you to fill your ranks with great candidates who meet your agency’s standards... Full Column


Excelsior College, an accredited leader in distance education, offers Criminal Justice degree programs for busy professionals. Work at your own pace, through credit-bearing exams and online courses. Transfer credits from prior college, academy and military training. Concentrations include: Homeland Security, Corrections, and Administration of Criminal Justice.

See how you can finish ahead at cj.excelsior.edu

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Chief of Police
Town of Williamsburg, Williamsburg, MA

The successful candidate must possess a proven record of community and organizational leadership, executive management skills, and ability to work with a Board of Selectmen. The Police Chief will perform administrative, technical and supervisory work directing the operations of the Department and enforcing pertinent laws and bylaws.The Chief will be responsible for managing, maintaining and improving upon the efficiency and effectiveness of the Department, including developing grant applications and Department budgets.

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Communication Systems Manager
Milwaukee Police Department, Milwaukee, WI

The purpose of this position is to manage and direct the operations, maintenance, repair, installation and upgrading of radio communications systems utilized by Police, Fire and Public Works Departments. The position also designs, proposes, implements, integrates and assists in new wireless communications systems for city-wide utilization. As a manager, this person is responsible for radio communications infrastructure and equipment valued at more than $22 million. This position also maintains and ensures FCC frequency license records and currency of licenses.

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The faculty of the University of Cincinnati Master of Science in Criminal Justice program is the most published, most recognized, and most respected in the industry. Our graduates are truly empowered to become leaders in their communities; with a confidence that can only be gained by learning from the greatest minds in their field.

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