The City of Oakland is currently recruiting to fill two (2) Inspector General Program & Performance Auditor vacancies in the Office of the Inspector General. The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) is an independent, non-partisan oversight agency whose mission is to assist in increasing community trust and ensuring public accountability and transparency in the City of Oakland police force by implementing a fair, thorough, and independent system of civilian oversight of law enforcement.
The Office of Inspector General is responsible for monitoring the Oakland Police Department’s (OPD) compliance with policies, procedures, and laws intended to further strengthen the City’s ability to decrease instances of police misconduct. This oversight also includes but is not limited to auditing and reviewing the Community Police Review Agency’s (CPRA) complaint and investigative process, compliance with the City Charter and Municipal Code. The Office of Inspector General provides reports and recommendations to the Police Commission as the action holder for implementation.
The ideal candidate will be able to audit, review, identify, and evaluate risk related to police performances, programs, and investigations. The incumbent will perform job duties cautiously yet expeditiously. They will make decisions and evaluate factors associated with decision-making and recommendations as they relate to police reform and oversight. They must also be self-motivated and be able to work independently and in a team setting. They must have familiarity working with confidential data management systems and information without compromising confidentiality, integrity, or the availability of these information assets.
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