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Beloit Wisconsin seeking Police Captain

January 10, 2018

PROFESSIONAL ANNOUNCEMENT
BELOIT POLICE DEPARTMENT
BELOIT, WISCONSIN

POSITION: POLICE CAPTAIN—PATROL DIVISION
POSTING DATE: January 8, 2018
DEADLINE: February 9, 2018 4:30pm
*Application period may be extended based on amount of applications received by the deadline

TYPE: External hiring opportunity

The City of Beloit Police Department is seeking an experienced forward-thinking law enforcement professional who possesses a combination of management, community policing, and leadership skills to supervise and lead the Patrol Division. The Patrol Division consists of three lieutenants, nine patrol sergeants, forty-four patrol officers, three school resource officers, four community service officers and one vehicle maintenance personnel. The position reports to the Chief of Police.

The Department is seeking to fill this position due to retirement.

The Patrol Division Captain is responsible for planning, organizing, staffing, directing, coordinating, reporting, and budgeting the activities of the Patrol Division to reduce crime, fear, and disorder in the Beloit community. This is done through 21st Century community-orientated policing strategies in keeping with the Department’s Vision, Mission, and Core Values. The Patrol Division Captain ensures that policy, direction, training, and personal development of the Patrol Division staff is provided, enforced, and maintained to ensure that departmental goals and objectives are obtained.
As a member of the Command Staff Team, a Patrol Division Captain participates in command staff operational and analytical meetings. The Patrol Division Captain, through leadership techniques, mentors subordinate middle management and supervisory personnel while ensuring proper performance through the enforcement of Department rules, policy, and standard operating procedures in addition to the laws and ordinances for which the City takes cognizance.

The position description is available at: www.beloitwi.gov, select Police Department, Click on “How to Join.”

(See the attached document for full details)