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Constitutional Policing Advisor
Job Type Full-time
Job Status Sourcing
Date Posted 04/10/2018
Location Los Angeles, California
Start Date April 12, 2018
Company Information Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
211 W. Temple Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Website: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/lacounty/jobs/2044956/constitutional-policing-advisor
Job Description The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, the second largest law enforcement agency in the United States, provides law enforcement services to 42 contract cities and 90 unincorporated communities. On December 1, 2014, Jim McDonnell was sworn in as the 32nd Sheriff of Los Angeles County. From his first day in office, Sheriff McDonnell has stressed his commitment to enhancing accountability within LASD and ensuring that LASD is abiding by the highest standards of constitutional policing. In furtherance of these goals, the CPAs will report directly to the Sheriff and assist with improving Department policies, procedures and practices by providing internal oversight of custody and patrol operations and improving adherence to best law enforcement practices.

The position is responsible for advising the Sheriff and executive management on sensitive and controversial issues related to accountability, adherence to best practices, policies, procedures, and operations; providing real-time monitoring, analysis and advice to LASD investigators and executives on pending personnel investigations and disciplinary matters; reviewing investigations for objectivity and thoroughness; responding to, reviewing, evaluating and providing input regarding critical incidents including in-custody deaths, deputy-involved shootings and significant force incidents; performing research and analysis in regard to precedents, case trends, rulings and laws affecting law enforcement and custody operations.
Qualifications A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college in Criminal Justice, Political Science, Public Administration, Business Administration or a closely related field and five years of experience in a legal, investigatory, policy, administrative or advisory capacity analyzing and providing resolution to highly complex problems.

Desirable qualifications include: Graduation with a Juris Doctor degree or its equivalent from a law school accredited by the Committee of Bar Examiners or approved by the American Bar Association, or by the California Post-Secondary Education Commission. Possession of the National Association of Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement Certified Practitioner of Oversight. Experience, internally or externally, in the oversight of a law enforcement agency and/or a correctional facility. Experience as a law enforcement monitor of a Department of Justice Consent Decree. Experience as a prosecutor of civil rights and/or police misconduct. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with elected and appointed officials, public agencies and employees, and with various segments of the legal system. Demonstrated strong organizational, analytical, and writing skills.
Compensation $144,825.24 to $219,204.84 Annually
How to Apply To download the Constitutional Policing Advisor Job Brochure please go to: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/lacounty/jobs/2044956/constitutional-policing-advisor

Qualified candidates are invited to submit a statement of interest and their resume detailing education completed, positions held, and special qualifications. Resume should include information required to determine if the candidate meets the Qualifications and Desirable Qualifications sections of this announcement.

Please submit your Statement of Interest and Resume to: LDMorris@LASD.org
(In the subject line of the email, please indicate “Constitutional Policing Advisor”.)

Email Resume To LDMorris@LASD.org
Contact Info Loretta Morris
Contact Phone: (323) 526-5603
Contact Email: LDMorris@LASD.org

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