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Archive for May 19th, 2011

Police Advisor/Mentor

Police Advisor/Mentor


  • Police Officer

  • Police Advisor/Mentor, Fredericksburg VA

  • 100k

  • 2011-03-10

  • 2011-09-11

  • 2011-04-15

All advisor applicants must have a combined total of eight (8) years work experience, at least five (5) years of which are in their respective field (i.e. for police advisors federal, state, municipal, and county law enforcement service; for corrections advisors correctional service; for justice advisors as an attorney, judge, or justice sector professional; for specialist advisors, professional experience directly related to their advisor skill set).

Advisor applicants must be employed in the respective area of expertise for which they are applying (i.e. police officer, prosecutor, etc), or have retired/separated within the last five (5) years.

Advisor applicants must have adequate English communication skills (Foreign Service Institute standard level 4 for writing, reading comprehension, speaking for U.S. citizens and level 3 for third country nationals).

Advisor applicants must possess a valid U.S. driver?s license and the ability to operate a standard transmission vehicle. Third country nationals must possess an International Driving Permit.

Advisor applicants must have an unblemished background.

Advisor applicants must be in excellent health and able to pass the requisite physical, medical and psychological tests appropriate to assigned mission/country

Advisor applicants must possess a valid U.S. passport (for non ? U.S. citizens, a valid passport from their country of citizenship).

Advisor applicants must possess excellent negotiating, interpersonal communication and leadership skills.

Advisor applicants must be able and willing to train other individuals in their area of expertise.

All advisor applicants must pass a nine-panel drug test for THC, Cocaine, PCP (Phencyclidine), Opiates, Methamphetamine, Methadone, Amphetamine, Barbiturates, and Benzodiazepines.

Interested, go to Crucible Jobs

Police Advisor/Mentor

Police Advisor/Mentor


  • Police Officer

  • Police Advisor/Mentor, Fredericksburg VA

  • 100k

  • 2011-03-10

  • 2011-09-11

  • 2011-04-15

All advisor applicants must have a combined total of eight (8) years work experience, at least five (5) years of which are in their respective field (i.e. for police advisors federal, state, municipal, and county law enforcement service; for corrections advisors correctional service; for justice advisors as an attorney, judge, or justice sector professional; for specialist advisors, professional experience directly related to their advisor skill set).

Advisor applicants must be employed in the respective area of expertise for which they are applying (i.e. police officer, prosecutor, etc), or have retired/separated within the last five (5) years.

Advisor applicants must have adequate English communication skills (Foreign Service Institute standard level 4 for writing, reading comprehension, speaking for U.S. citizens and level 3 for third country nationals).

Advisor applicants must possess a valid U.S. driver?s license and the ability to operate a standard transmission vehicle. Third country nationals must possess an International Driving Permit.

Advisor applicants must have an unblemished background.

Advisor applicants must be in excellent health and able to pass the requisite physical, medical and psychological tests appropriate to assigned mission/country

Advisor applicants must possess a valid U.S. passport (for non ? U.S. citizens, a valid passport from their country of citizenship).

Advisor applicants must possess excellent negotiating, interpersonal communication and leadership skills.

Advisor applicants must be able and willing to train other individuals in their area of expertise.

All advisor applicants must pass a nine-panel drug test for THC, Cocaine, PCP (Phencyclidine), Opiates, Methamphetamine, Methadone, Amphetamine, Barbiturates, and Benzodiazepines.

Interested, go to Crucible Jobs

Police Chief in Colorado

POLICE CHIEF – Full time

Salary range – $63,358 to $95,036 per yr., DOQ.

Full benefits, uniform allowance and command vehicle for official use only.

Cripple Creek Police Department in Colorado is accepting applications for the position of Police Chief. The Police Chief is responsible for planning, organizing, directing and coordinating activities of the municipal police department in accordance with law and codes. The Police Chief reports directly to the City Administrator. The department consists of 13 full-time sworn positions (including Chief), 1 animal control officer, and 2 civilian office personnel. Minimum requirements include having any combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s Degree from a four-year college or university in Police Science, Criminology, or a related field, and five years of progressively responsible police work as a certified officer, two of which should be at the Police Sergeant level or higher. Applicants must obtain POST provisional certification within 90 days and pass the written and skills testing and obtain POST certification within 6 months; and training in law enforcement administration and similar areas is desirable. Applicants must provide a resume with cover letter, a completed City of Cripple Creek application, personal and professional references, and copies of all certificates and degrees. Must be able to pass a pre-employment drug test, physical, and MVR. Applicants will be subject to an extensive background check prior to beginning employment.

Application and job description available at the front desk at City Hall and may be picked up & returned in person, by mail, or by fax to:

Human Resources
City of Cripple Creek
337 E. Bennett Ave.
PO Box 430
Cripple Creek, Colorado 80813
Fax #719-689-2774
www.cripplecreekgov.com (job application)

The City of Cripple Creek is an EOE.

Closing Date: 6-3-11

Wife of Dead Photo Editor Has Doubts About Anthrax Case

Anthrax Suspect Bruce Ivins

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

The controversy over the 2001 anthrax killings  isn’t likely to go away — not for a long time at least.

The latest: The Associated Press reports that the widow of National Enquirer photo editor Robert Stevens, who was killed by an anthrax letter in 2001, has doubts that the lone scientist Bruce Ivins was behind the anthrax that killed five all together and sickened 17 others.

Maureen Stevens made her claims in filings in a lawsuit she has against the government, alleging it didn’t do enough to safeguard the dangerous anthrax strains at the government lab Ft. Detrick in Maryland.

Meanwhile, Greg Gordon of McClatchy Newspapers reports:

“Buried in FBI laboratory reports about the anthrax mail attacks that killed five people in 2001 is data suggesting that a chemical may have been added to try to heighten the powder’s potency, a move that some experts say exceeded the expertise of the presumed killer (Bruce Ivins).”

Stevens claims are based on sworn statements made by two of Ivin’s superiors who claimed Ivin’s didn’t have the expertise  to pull it off, AP reported. One scientist claimed it would have taken more than one person to pull off the attacks.

The Justice Department and FBI had planned to charge Ivins in the murders, but he committed suicide in July 2008 before that could happen.

To read the full McClatchy story click here.

OTHER STORIES OF INTEREST

TSA Officer Busted With Gun at Airport Checkpoint

file photo

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

Every week, as a many as three dozen people get caught by Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screeners with guns at airport checkpoints around the country.

But this was different.

The Associated Press reports that TSA officer Rynel B. Delacruz, 25, was arrested Monday night at Orlando International Airport after a loaded .380 Ruger gun was found in his luggage at a checkpoint. He was arrested and released on $250 bail.

AP reported that TSA spokesman Jonathan Allen said Thursday that  Delacruz’s was no longer a TSA employee as of Wednesday.

Delacruz told police that he forgot the gun was in the bag, AP reported.

Secret Service Looking for Highly Sophisticated Equipment to Intercept Voice Data


By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

The U.S. Secret Service wants to upgrade its capabilities to intercept voice and data communications, according to a report by Government Security News.

The publication reported that Secret Service wants to replace its current system “with a new, all-inclusive intercept platform that can collect, analyze, decode and reconstruct voice, data and Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) communications.”

Government News Security reported that the agency  is soliciting proposals from vendors. The new system would be used by about 250 Secret Service analysts, monitors and administrators, on a 24/7 basis.

“The system must be able to decode multiple specified common telecommunications application & network protocols,” the agency said, according to the news publication.

It must also be able to  automatically translate intercepted messages in “numerous highly specific foreign languages,” the agency specified.

FBI Wants to See if “Unabomber” Linked to Tylenol Killings in 1982

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

Theodore Kaczynski, aka the “Unabomber”, is a apparently a suspect in the 1982 Tylenol poisonings that killed seven people in the Chicago area, according to media reports.

Bloomberg reported that the FBI wants Kaczynski’s DNA to see if there’s any link to the Tylenol killings.

Bloomberg reported that Kaczynski made the disclosure in court papers in an effort to stop an auction of his belongings by the U.S. Marshals Service, which is now in progress.

In a handwritten court document, Bloomberg reported, that Kaczynski said the prison wanted his DNA “to compare with the partial DNA profiles connected with a 1982 event in which someone put potassium cyanide in Tylenol.”

“I have never even possessed any potassium cyanide,” wrote Kaczynski, 68, a former mathematics professor, according to Bloomberg.

The FBI declined comment, Bloomberg reported.

Prosecution Expected to Rest in Blago Retrial: Blago May Testify

Ex-Gov on NBC's Celebrity Apprentice

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

Well, that was quick.

After just 2 1/2 weeks of testimony, the prosecution in the federal retrial of ex-Gov. Rod Blagojevich is expected to rest its case on Thursday, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.

The first trial took 11 weeks, most of which was taken up by the prosecution presenting it case centering on bribery allegations and Blago’s alleged attempt to sell the Senate seat vacated by President Obama.

Speculation continued this week as to whether the  ever-chatty Blago will testify on his own behalf, the Sun-Timengs reported.  He did not testify in the first trial in which the jury convicted him on only 1 of 24 counts, and that was for lying to the FBI.

The defense has indicated it might also call as witnesses Jesse Jackson Jr. and newly minted Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel.

To read more click here.