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Yyyyyy x. yyyyyy Haxxxxxxlton, XXXXXX xxxxxx
Results-Driven Leader Seeking Executive Director xxxxxx Sheriff s Association Role
Ambitious, award-winning law enforcement leader who exhibits proven experience in uniformed, investigative, and adxxxxxxnistrative services optixxxxxxzation; multi-program coordination; and policy / procedure development in alignment with an employer s vision, value, and goals, and leads teams by example and with integrity to achieve excellence. Top performer who promotes strategic and ethical decision-making with the ability to support Sheriffs across each Xxxxxx county as a collective voice on matters of public safety. Excellent communicator who seamlessly liaises among board members, public- / private-sector leaders, LE teams, comxxxxxxttee members, and the public, and can improve the delivery of law enforcement services via solid training / development. Integral leader who can conceptualize, develop, and implement goals, objectives, policies, and procedures per association needs, and can actively advise members to coordinate key association initiatives.
County of Xxxxxx, Xxxxxx 2001 Present
Sheriff (Elected Position)
Utilize broad scope of industry knowledge and dynaxxxxxxc business acumen toward directing forward-thinking vision of value and a comprehensive xxxxxxssion statement for the organization with development of a 3.5-year action plan for the Sheriff s Office. Coordinate and manage daily operations for 200+ full- and part-time employees between Uniformed Services, Investigative Services, Adxxxxxxnistrative Services, Correctional Services, and Court Security Services for the Sheriff's Office.
Successfully coordinates and manages union negotiations, as well as hirings and terxxxxxxnations.
Liaise among five unions to negotiate employment contracts and disciplinary actions as required.
Works directly with Xxxxxx County Board of Comxxxxxxssioners on annual $9-xxxxxxllion operational budget.
Honored as a 2016 recipient of Xxxxxx County Bar Association s Liberty Bell Award given to a member of the community outside of the bar association who has excelled in providing justice to the community.
City of Holland Police Department 1973 2001
Strategically steered department operations as the commander of the Adxxxxxxnistrative Services Division, including recruiting, mentoring, and managing top-perforxxxxxxng personnel, writing policy and procedure directives, handling grant writing and grant management, and maintaining high-volume recordkeeping and records management. Led targeted decision-making across a large-scale lock-up facility, as well as generalized facilities operations. Exhibited sharp analytical abilities toward handling documentation and acquisition of materials equipment, facilities, and vehicles for the department. Authored grant proposals of $5 xxxxxxllion from the State of Xxxxxx Office of Highway Safety & Planning and the NBJA.
Honored with 1986 s Police Officer of the Year award.
Cost-effectively managed the Services Division budget for RFP documentation.
Achieved rapid promotion from Community Service Officer to Captain throughout tenure.
Successfully managed traffic safety, such as Safety is #1 on U.S. 31 and Click It or Ticket.
Represented the HPD on statewide comxxxxxxttees for traffic safety, training, and community policing.
Led community-oriented policing grants for 6 LE officers and participated on Holland Weed & Seed.
Grand Valley State University 1986 1988
Director of Crixxxxxxnal Justice Training | Adjunct Faculty Member (Various Dates)
Played a vital role in directing the Basic Police Academy training 30 pre-service basic police recruits during each 12-week program, including coordinating acadexxxxxxc activities in compliance with State of Xxxxxx rules and regulations. Drove operations success by recruiting, mentoring, and managing 60 results-oriented instructors and subject matter experts for various police academy classes. Built and sustained trust and productive relationships with the West Xxxxxx policing community. Led recruitment of national experts brought into training within the nationally renowned Northwestern Police Staff and Command School from Evanston, IL for police command officers. Efficiently monitored a program-wide budget.
Served as a liaison representing GVSU in the West Xxxxxx crixxxxxxnal justice community.
Recognized as a prestigious Grand Valley State University Distinguished Alumnus in 2007.
Turned around the failing academy to be considered a model for pre-service police acadexxxxxxcs.
Coordinated diverse in-service training opportunities offered for 100s of West Xxxxxx police officers.
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Xxxxxx State University | Northwestern University Various Dates
Adjunct Faculty Member
Planned and presented solutions-focused instruction within Xxxxxx State s School of Crixxxxxxnal Justice and Northwestern s School of Police Staff & Command with lectures on policy and procedure development. Employed effective teaching methodologies designed to facilitate engaging and highly challenging lesson plans, and achieved significant increases in comprehensive student performance on diverse testing.
Western Xxxxxx University
Master of Public Adxxxxxxnistration
Grand Valley State University
Bachelor of Science in Crixxxxxxnal Justice
Police Staff & Command School
Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy (FBI / NA)
International Program for Police Executives (10-Week Program; Highly Selective & Rigorous)
Community Policing Exchange
Information Sharing from a Community Policing Aspect
Prior Community Policing-Oriented Publication of the Bureau of Justice Adxxxxxxnistration
The National Sheriff s Star
Protecting Our Integrity: The Use of M.I.S.S.I.O.N. in Xxxxxx
Co-Authored with Dr. Terry Fisk, August 2007, Volume 59, Number 4
National Policy Board FBI National Crixxxxxxnal Justice Information System 2007 Present
Policy Board Member
Serve on the National CJIS Advisory Board, the National CJIS Security and Access Comxxxxxxttee, and the Security Policy Task Force tasked with the development of policy for FBI s intelligence and information system, NCIC. Participated on the Sheriff s peer review team for the Department of Justice s Hurricane Katrina Recovery grant application process.
Additional Leadership Experience
Xxxxxx Sheriff s Association Board of Directors
Xxxxxx Sheriff s Coordinating & Training Council
Member (2003 Present) | Chairman (2013 2014)
Macatawa Area Coordinating Council
Vice Chairman (2009 Present) | Chairman (2006 2009)
Outlook Academy School Board
Vice President (2012 Present) | President (2004 2012)
Xxxxxx Victim Services Comxxxxxxttee
State Chairman (2008 2014)
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