Police Chief
State of Ohio - Franklin County, OH

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Directs, organizes & supervises police activities for Twin Valley Behavioral Healthcare (TVBH), investigations &/or inspections: reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO); coordinates the department activities for administrators & department directors; aids/advises CEO on safety-security matters, legal or prosecutable offenses by patients or employees, & technical or sensitive issues; develops & directs plans to provide police activities to support the treatment objective of the system; develops staffing, equipment & budget requirements; writes/recommends changes/implements & monitors policies/ procedures; supervises & assigns all internal investigations conducted by subordinates; reviews findings & forwards to appropriate facility personnel; reports incidents & investigative results to the Department’s security consultant; assists/aids the consultant as directed by the CEO; investigates or oversees investigations of unusual incidents & prepares documentation for the Human Resources Department; conducts other investigations as assigned; gathers information & writes required reports (e.g., safety, security, budget, annual department, overtime, personnel usage & time); places & stores pertinent documentation in files. Provides administrative & supervisory guidance for the Protective Services Department: reviews, evaluates & reports on police performance & activities (e.g., completes performance reviews & competency evaluations, department program evaluations, Continuous Quality Improvement activities); ensures compliance with safety, fire, OSHA, Joint Commission, ODMH administrative rules, institution directives & federal/state standards; prepares & updates department operations manual; posts assignments & schedules; recruits, interviews & recommends hiring of new departmental employees; trains departmental staff; counsels staff when necessary; recommends corrective actions for subordinates; approves/disapproves leave requests via KRONOS; approves & schedules police overtime; oversees the skills, qualifications & competency-based evaluation of department personnel; Processes background checks via WebCheck. Provides public relations duties as required: establishes & maintains the hospitals’ relationships with the Ohio State Highway Patrol & law enforcement agencies in the various counties & municipalities included in the services areas of TVBH (e.g., Franklin County Sheriff’s Department, Columbus Police Department); establishes & maintains relationships with all clinical & operations departments in the facility to provide supportive & effective services; serves as coordinator/advisor for the ‘Violence in Workplace’ program & the ‘Drug Free Workplace’; serves on other hospital committees as directed; conducts/attends/participates in hospital & departmental meetings as assigned; provides training sessions as directed/require

Minimum Qualifications:
Requires possession of certificate of having successfully completed approved peace officer training program or completion of 20 yrs. active duty as peace officer per Section 109.78(D) of revised code; 1 course or 3 mos. exp. in management; 4 mos. exp. as Police Lieutenant, 26615, or 12 mos. exp. as law enforcement or security officer when applicant did not obtain certificate as result of 20 yrs. active police service; valid driver's license.

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The Ohio State University at Marion serves as one of five regional campuses to the Columbus main campus. As a regional campus, Marion...