This is a senior-level supervisory/managerial position accountable for the design, planning, implementation, and management of investigation related programs across all districts/units. Supervision is delegated to subordinate supervisors/managers who may be commissioned and/or non-commissioned. Employees in these roles have seasoned expertise in a variety of crime and criminal investigations or administrative/regulatory violations. May direct internal audit/investigation and/or serve as chief law enforcement officer. Employees will also be required to attend relevant, ongoing training.
In addition to those identified in the previous levels: Ability to perform long-term strategic planning and develop related budgets. Knowledge of legislative scope and program related criminal and crime investigation issues and requirements. Ability to build and maintain stakeholder relationships. Ability to educate and impact issues at the management and legislative level.
Bachelor’s degree, 4 or more years of related experience, and relevant certification/licensure including Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST).