To provide investigatory expertise, leadership, management oversight and direction for all aspects of the investigative functions of the Department; Direct and assist Sergeants (Shift Supervisors) and Patrol Officers in case development, follow ups and initial investigations as needed; Supervise investigators, as well as lead and conduct investigations of crime, law violations and policy violations. To assist in the Department daily administrative efforts related to training, professional standards and development, accreditation inspections, planning and analysis, personnel and Department records, as well as other administrative related functions providing leadership, management and direct support. Areas of accountability include Investigations, Training and Professional Development, Accreditation implementation and inspections, Department records.
To liaison with local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies in investigations in their pertinent jurisdictions; Collaborate with the Community Standards and Accountability (CSA) office and the various graduate schools in matters related to student policy violations, with the Office of Human Resources in matters related to staff policy violations; to assist the Title IX Office in matters of related to Title IX investigations, and with the Clery Compliance Officer in matters of compliance and case management.
This position might require extended hours of work, with twenty-four hours a day re-call for emergencies and other critical situations, and On-Call twenty-four hours a day upon assignment.
Dartmouth College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer with a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion. We prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, marital status, or any other legally protected status. Applications by members of all underrepresented groups are encouraged.
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