The Town of Braintree, Commonwealth of Massachusetts is looking for a Chief of Police to provide leadership and expertise in the administration of all police functions, including the protection of life, the safeguarding of property and the enhancement of the quality of life within the Town. The ideal candidate will have a reputation for building and maintaining community trust, as well as significant experience with community policing. The Chief of Police must also have strong investigative skills and a proven track record of fiscal responsibility and collective bargaining practices. A demonstrated commitment to developing department personnel through professional development and leading by example are also desired. Other responsibilities will involve development and oversight of the budget, managing facilities and equipment and establishing policies, procedures and general orders.
Everyday firefighters, police officers and other emergency personnel like us help those in need. It’s what we do. It’s in our blood. Let’s join the members in our community by giving them the opportunity to be lifesavers as well by hosting a life-saving event with the American Red Cross. Let’s challenge the other First Responders in our community to a Battle of the Badges. These events build camaraderie among these agencies through a friendly competition to see who can collect the most units of blood. It’s a great way for friends, family, and emergency personnel to come to together to donate blood and help save lives with the Red Cross. Everyone who comes to donate blood will get a commemorative t-shirt while supplies last. They will also get to cast a vote for their favorite agency. The agency with the most votes will get bragging rights! Have fun with it and create a memorable event for everyone in your community. Both the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association and the Fire Chiefs Association of Massachusetts are supporting this partnership with the American Red Cross. You may be contacted by a representative of the Red Cross or you can proactively show your support by signing up here to host a blood drive. We hope that many of you respond to this call of action and further our life-saving actions.
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POSTING DATE: May 3, 2019 CLOSING DATE: June 3, 2019 The Town of Great Barrington and the Great Barrington Police Department are soliciting applications for employment as a Great Barrington Police Officer through lateral transfer. In order to be eligible for consideration, candidates must meet the criteria indicated below. Job Title: Police Officer Civil Service Position: Subject to Civil Service rules and regulations Union Affiliation: MASSCOP, Local 350 Hours Per Week: 40 hrs/wk
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