Senior Advisor, Embedded Police
- Military veterans preferred
2019-12-01 DynCorp Recruiting (www.dyn-intl.com)
Embedded Police Senior Advisor shall establish and develop an effective working relationship with ANDSF senior law enforcement commanders, GIRoA officials and the international community.
Work with the unit commanders (Brigade sized unit) to develop the following (not exhaustive)
Unit training plans (requirements, syllabus, schedules)
Operational activity plans
Unit SOPs & work schedules
Human Resources Policy/Recruitment/retention & Vetting of Staff, within the wider ANDSF Framework
Force Management plan
Communication and Outreach Plans
Intelligence gathering and sharing to inform: BOLOs, new TTPs, force protection changes at Check Points, targeted vehicles for screening, etc.
Conduct needs assessments and work with Afghan and International counterparts to procure necessary equipment and training
Coordinate the activities of mentors and advisers at lower unit levels and synchronize efforts of such advisers.
Assist the ANDSF law enforcement to develop appropriate and sustainable technological solutions to address security issues.
Provide assessments of unit capabilities against established metrics
Perform other duties as assigned.
Knowledge & Skills
Ability to process and analyze information and data; experience of drafting reports, policy documents and guidelines
Demonstrable knowledge and implementation of human rights standards and gender awareness within Policing operations
Culturally sensitive with strong liaison inter-personal skills
Desired: Strong knowledge of contemporary security technology in the field of counter terrorism, particularly CCTV
Must have a final (not interim) DoD SECRET Level Security Clearance before deployment and maintain that clearance.
Experience & Education
Worked as a police officer in a Metropolitan Police Department or equivalent with greater than or equal to 200 sworn officers in roles involving public order and security
Captain or higher (US Military Equivalent Lieutenant Colonel/O-5/OF-4) rank
No revocation of any required professional/ law enforcement licenses while serving i.e. (“no criminal record”)
Experience of drafting specific Standard Operational Procedures added to a demonstrated experience of field command and control of large scale police operations involving 100 officer at a single event.
Experience in delineation of responsibilities between different police units and departments
Management experience in the field of police security units, both static and mobile, with regard to operational and strategic issues, including:
Mass vehicle and personnel search
Integration of technology in security operations
Use of Force and Firearms
Specific experience of policy development in police security training and developing curricula and educational material for initial and continuing professional training; experience of delivering topic-related lectures, workshops or seminars covering public order and security
Experience in major crowd control events management
Desired: Experience identifying equipment requirements and assessing of technical proposals
Desired: Experience of policy development in the area of recruitment, selection, promotion and career development of police officers
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
Must pass all medical and fitness requirements directed by US Central Command (CENTCOM) in order to deploy.
Must be able to operate in harsh and austere conditions of Afghanistan
Must be capable of daily travel in and around Kabul as well as to locations throughout Afghanistan.