||Last Updated: Jan 6, 2015 - 10:02:35 PM
Chief of Police, Fort Pierce, FL
- Jan 6, 2015 - 9:43:59 PM
The City of Fort Pierce is conducting
a national search for a proven leader who can inspire the confidence of the
community and police officers as the city’s Police Chief. The successful candidate
will be committed to community policing and problem-solving policing strategies
to reduce crime, enhance police and community relations, and deliver excellent
police services to all the citizens of Fort Pierce.
Chief of Police, McKinney, TX
- Jan 6, 2015 - 9:09:59 PM
The City is seeking for its new
Chief of Police a respected, professional hands-on leader and manager who is
well-versed in the latest techniques of law enforcement, who is collaborative
with other metropolitan law enforcement agencies and someone who will work
effectively and hand-in-hand with departmental officers and staff. The FY 2014-15
overall city budget is $367.5M (for all funds) and $216M for the General Fund
Chief of Police, Richmond, TX Generous benefit package, salary negotiable DOQ Relocation assistance will be provided
- Dec 31, 2014 - 3:20:52 PM
Richmond, Texas (pop. 11,679 - 2010 census) the county
seat of Fort Bend County, is on the Brazos River fifteen miles southwest
of Houston, bounded by Sugar Land, Rosenberg and Fulshear. The City’s
total area is 4.2 square miles. Transportation links include U.S.
Highways 90A and Interstate 69, the BNSF and Union Pacific Railway.
Historic points of interest include the Morton Cemetery, the 1883 John
Moore Home, the Long-Smith Cottage, the McFarlane Visitors Center, the
historic Fort Bend County Courthouse, many historic homes, a Confederate
Museum, and the Fort Bend Historical Museum.