Chief of Police
The Village of Hartland is currently accepting applications/resumes for the position of Chief of Police. The duties of the Chief of Police include police service planning, organizational development and maintaining a positive community relationship. The individual will be responsible to administer all department operations and personnel to provide public service, community protection and law enforcement services within the Village. The Chief of Police is also responsible for creating a yearly budget, bi-weekly payroll and other administrative duties. The Police Chief's work is performed under the direction of the Village Administrator/Board, as well as the Police and Fire Commission for matters of hiring, promotion and significant cases of discipline.
Qualifications: a Bachelor's degree in criminal justice, a law enforcement, public administration or related fields. Advanced management training such as F.B.I National Academy, Northwestern University's School of Police Staff and Command, Southern Police Institute Command or other similar advanced management training. Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards Board certification or eligibility for certification and a valid driver's license is required. Ten (10) years of sworn service in law enforcement, including five (5) years of supervisory experience at Lieutenant or above. Chief of Police Ad (PDF)
Please email David Cox, Village Administrator a cover letter, resume, completed current Wisconsin DOJ/LESB application form DJ-LE-330 and five work-related references on or before April 27, 2018.