Executive Director, Oakland Community Police Review Agency

Oakland Community Police Review Agency

The City of Oakland is seeking qualified candidates to fill one position of Executive Director to the Community Police Review Agency reporting to the Oakland Police Commission.

Salary: $145,772.16 – $218,657.52 Annually
Application deadline: 10/19/2022 11:59 PM Pacific

Under policy direction from the Police Commission, the CPRA Executive Director is responsible for planning, developing and implementing all functions and activities of the investigation unit of the Community Police Review Agency and related support staff based on effective responsiveness to the public and other client needs; implementing goals and objectives and ensuring the enforcement of applicable laws, ordinances and regulations; preparing and presenting reports to the Oakland Police Commission, the Mayor, the City Council, the Chief of Police and other boards and commissions on activities, issues and needs of the Community Police Review Agency.)  The Executive Director will also promptly, impartially and fairly conduct investigations of civilian complaints of police misconduct or failure to perform a duty; and performs related work as assigned.

Experience:
A minimum of two (2) years supervisory experience; and five (5) years of progressively responsible experience conducting civil, criminal or factual investigations that involved gathering, analyzing and evaluating evidence, conducting interviews with a variety of witnesses, and documenting information in written form. Applicable experience would include: criminal investigations conducted for a law enforcement or prosecuting agency; criminal defense investigations in the public sector; investigation of allegations of misconduct or ethical violations (especially involving public officials or police officers); investigations conducted in connection with litigation or hearings conducted by a government agency; personnel investigations; investigations related to abuse of civil or human rights and investigations and audits of fraud or abuse.

Possession of a law degree from an accredited law school may be substituted for two years of investigative experience described above.

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