|INTERNAL AFFAIRS SECT MGR 660|
|This position is responsible for planning, organizing, directing, and coordinating the efficient operation of the Internal Affairs Section, which consists of sworn and civilian staff members. The Internal Affairs Section investigates allegations of employee misconduct. This position acts as an advisor to the Chief of Police in disciplinary matters and reports directly to the Professional Standards Division Commander.|
|Reads all the investigative reports prepared by investigators within the section. Reviews them for accuracy and completeness, and approves them for submission to the officer/employee's chain of command.
Reads investigative reports after they have been routed through the chain of command, and approves them on behalf of the Chief, if the findings and /or disciplinary recommendations are consistent with the past disciplinary practices.
As the Chief's designee, reads Defensive Tactics reports, Vehicle Pursuit reports, and Profiling Complaint forms, to ensure consistency of the chain-of-command review process in determining whether actions were in accordance with department policy.
Writes conclusions an recommendations of findings for investigative reports prepared by investigators within section.
Reads and studies all material relating to grieved cases in order to be able to advise the Chief on them.
Supervises and evaluates the investigative sergeant, police services specialist, and administrative assistants; reviews evaluations of five sworn members (investigators).
Attends weekly section staff meetings and any regular or special management meetings that are called.
Performs other duties as may be assigned.
|Knowledge of booking procedures
Knowledge of city geography
Knowledge of community relations
Knowledge of crime analysis
Knowledge of crime prevention
Knowledge of crimes against persons & property investigation
Knowledge of criminal court policy and procedures
Knowledge of criminal identification & justice system
Knowledge of document identification
Knowledge of emergency medical services & commitment procedures
Knowledge of explosive devices & forensic sciences
Knowledge of family crisis intervention
Knowledge of federal, state and city traffic and criminal laws
Knowledge of first aid
Knowledge of functions of other OPD sections and other city departments
Knowledge of laws and procedures of arrest & police report writing
Knowledge of police radio dispatch
Knowledge of risk management security analysis
Knowledge of riot and crowd control
Knowledge of school safety
Knowledge of management principles/techniques & statistical analysis
Knowledge of personnel administration & collective bargaining agreement
Skill in operation computer terminal
Skill in operation standard police weapons
Skill in operation of police radio
Ability to apply principles to solve practical problems
Ability to speak clearly and audibly
Ability to analyze problems quickly an take appropriate action under stress
Ability to use self-defense
|Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice, or related field, and four (4) years experience in law enforcement with some experience conducting internal investigations relating to employee misconduct. Must posses Police Standards Certificate upon application.
Valid Florida Drivers License required at time of application. Must pass police background investigation which includes polygraph.
REVISED: 8/23/04 KW-added polygraph info.