Police Accreditation Program Coordinator
The City of Overland Park has a full-time Police Accreditation Program Coordinator position available in the Police Department.
Directs the police accreditation program by coordinating a variety of police department personnel and other resources to implement accreditation standards. Under limited supervision, the position requires performing a variety of complex administrative and managerial tasks including the collection and analysis of information from multiple sources, computer entry, statistical computation, and thorough research. The position requires maintaining databases of department policies, procedures, rules, and regulations in accordance with accreditation standards, federal and state laws, court decisions, county ordinances, and command staff directives. This position is responsible to ensure the department complies with all applicable standards, develops and maintains the ability to monitor continued compliance on a systematic and ongoing basis, and identify and promptly report or handle any events or circumstances that may jeopardize compliance with accreditation or other applicable laws, rules, or regulations. Advises senior command staff of the progress of the accreditation program and recommends course of action when correction is needed. The position will assist with various other needs within the Office of Professional Standards including but not limited to training, inspection, administrative reporting, and other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, public administration, business, or closely related field, or a sufficient combination of education and experience.
Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license.
Able to pass a polygraph examination and background investigation.
Access to the Kansas Criminal Justice Information System (KCJIS) is required, so the following KCJIS requirements apply: Must be at least 18 years of age; Must have not been convicted of a felony or serious misdemeanor.
NCIC less-than-full access certification required within 6 months of hire.
Two to three years of applied experience, including use of PC and advanced knowledge in Google Suite.
Prior experience in analyzing complex information and interpreting/implementing standards, such as but not limited to auditing, inspecting, or compliance verification.
No City residency requirement.
Must successfully pass a thorough background check, drug screen, physical exam.
Normal Work Hours: Variable Shift - Police Department
Salary Range: $ 55,482.34 - $ 69,352.92
Application Deadline: Open until filled
To view the full job description, please go to the City of Overland Park's Job Description page and search by Police Accreditation Program Coordinator.
Overland Park, KS 66213