Inspector General-Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) (KY)

The Inspector General obtains and verifies evidence by interviewing and observing witnesses or by analyzing records, prepares written reports of investigative findings, determines scope, timing and direction of investigations and exercises supervision over subordinate personnel

• Investigates complaints involving any interaction between any member of the Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) and any member of the public pursuant to the Louisville Metro Code of Ordinance 36.72 that involves serious injury or death, abuse of police authority, excessive use of force, discrimination or sexual misconduct.
• Conducts an initial screening of complaints and presents them to the Civilian Review and Accountability Board to evaluate if the complaint warrants a full investigation.
• Observes, receives, and otherwise obtains information from all relevant sources.
• Analyzes information and evaluates results to choose the best solution and solve problems
• Identifies information by categorizing, estimating, recognizing differences or similarities, and detecting changes in circumstances or events.
• Enters, transcribes, records, stores, or maintains information in written or electronic form.
• Examines patterns and practices, reviews policies, procedures, and operations within LMPD.
• Provides recommendations on improving operations to the Chief of Police, the Mayor, Civilian Review and Accountability Board and Metro Council.
• Reviews findings with the Chief of Police, the Commonwealth Attorney, the County Attorney, the Federal Bureau of Investigations, Office of Internal Audit, the Metro Ethics Commission, and any other appropriate entities.

• Four years of working experience in an assignment related field, two of which must have been administrative or supervisory
• Bachelor’s degree
• Business Administration
• Criminal Justice
• Law
• Management
• Public Administration
• Must provide one’s own source of transportation
• Ability to manage multiple tasks.
• Ability to communicate effectively and professionally.
• Knowledge of and proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and other software.
• Ability to work confidentially.
• Knowledge of Civil rights and civil liberties.
• Ability to read, interpret and apply rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
• Ability to compile, develop and organize data and information into clear and concise written or electronic reports.
• Knowledge of local government departments and agencies.

• Meets regular and punctual attendance standards and any special needs of the position as determined by management, including mandatory overtime and performing related work.

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