Leading Kansas Law Enforcement Since 1965
The Kansas Association of Chiefs of Police was formed nearly 50 years ago by a handful of police chiefs for the purpose and mission of ensuring professionalism in and effectiveness of law enforcement in our state. Today, the KACP's 500+ members, who are Kansas chiefs of police, sheriffs, and command law enforcement officers, are ever-striving toward identifying and implementing more-effective, increasingly-reliable approaches to fighting new and growing crime challenges and providing community safety and protection while doing so with the highest level of professionalism.
The KACP is comprised of and represents law enforcement leaders from agencies of all sizes from throughout the state. The Association has developed and administers numerous member and community service programs as shown and described within this web site.
The KACP's identified and expressed objectives are:
- To promote better inter-agency cooperation and exchange of information.
- To improve management techniques and operational procedures.
- To actively consult with the Kansas Legislature for the passage of laws necessary to law enforcement.
- To promote viable training standards and officer selection procedures.
- To achieve the adherence of high professional standards of performance and conduct for all peace officers.
- To publicly recognize the meritorious actions of peace officers throughout the State.
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Kansas Association of Chiefs of Police
The Kansas Association of Chiefs of Police seeks qualified applicants for the fulltime position of Executive Director.
The Executive Director is a dynamic and visionary leader with a strong commitment to the mission of the Kansas Association of Chiefs of Police. The Executive Director shall support all functions of the Association and facilitate a positive work environment among the Association. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and is empowered to conduct the day-to-day business of the Association, consistent with the policies and regulations established by the Board. The Executive Director is subject to annual evaluations, or as otherwise determined by the Board.
Salary, Benefits, and Hours of Work
- This is a full-time position. The Executive Director is expected to work 40 hours per week or more should it be necessary.
- Annual salary of $42,000 to $64,500 DOQE. Expected entry range NTE $55,000.
- Does not include benefits.
Though previous professional management experience will be considered, preference is given to candidates with an earned bachelorís degree or higher who have a strong business acumen and demonstrative experience successfully managing a nonprofit which included event planning, business management, and fundraising.
Qualified persons should submit a letter of interest, resume, and three professional references to Chief Mark M. Mathies, KACP SEARCH, P.O. BOX 13738, Edwardsville, Kansas 66113 by close of business November 30, 2015. Submission may also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.