A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
Five years of management experience in public administration, law enforcement oversight, performance or compliance
auditing, public policy development, civil or human rights, criminal justice policy, investigations or a related field. All of
the qualifying experience must include supervisory experience.
Substitution: Applicants may substitute up to two years of the required education with additional qualifying experience
as described above.
• Major coursework in criminal justice, law, public administration or a related field
• Juris Doctor (JD) from an accredited institution and/or a Master’s Degree with major coursework as listed above
• Experience with law enforcement oversight is highly desired
• Experience developing and managing investigative policies and procedures
• Strong organizational and management skills, including the ability to direct, supervise, and train staff, exercise
administrative ingenuity, independent analysis, adaptability and judgment on complex administrative
• Experience establishing new agencies or organizations
• Conducting, supervising or managing civil, criminal or personnel investigations
• Developing and/or applying investigative policies, procedures and methods
• Oversight or policy analysis involving jails or prisons
• Media and political savvy
• Understanding of legislation related to law enforcement oversight, operations, and regulations
• Experience working with employee organizations and unions, especially law enforcement unions
• Knowledge of and experience with the Public Safety Officers Procedural Bill of Rights (POBR)
• Commitment to celebrating diversity and contributing to an inclusive working and learning environment
• Able to recognize and consider trauma-informed perspectives