SAIC supports the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) in providing specialized training, advisory and mentoring services to host nations under the Criminal Division’s International Criminal Investigative Training and Assistance Program (ICITAP).  ICITAP is a cornerstone of America’s global strategy for combating transnational crime, terrorism, countering trafficking in persons, establishing rule of law and enhancing human rights in developing countries. SAIC is the contract service provider to the DOJ ICITAP and Overseas Prosecutorial Development, Assistance and Training (OPDAT) programs. For over a decade, SAIC has fielded hundreds of highly skilled criminal justice professionals supporting ICITAP and OPDAT.
SAIC is seeking highly qualified personnel to service as law enforcement advisors (LEAs) with expertise in rural policing.
The Rural Policing LEA’s duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
Advising and mentoring host country officials on the Territorial Community Police program.
Advising and training host country officials on community oriented, rural police reforms including organizational development, personnel management, budget development and fiscal responsibility, communications, staffing and scheduling, strategic planning, reporting, and citizen engagement.
Advise and train host country officials on leadership and supervision. The Rural Policing LEA will work with various US officials from Departments of State (DoS) and Justice (DOJ).
Facilitating meetings; leading working groups; developing reports and specialized papers; reviewing and editing policies; manuals and Standing Operating Procedures (SOPs); conducting briefings; and, active participation in advising officials.
Work will be performed at designated host-country site(s)
THIS IS A CASUAL/PART TIME ON CALL (PTOC) POSITION WHICH MAY INCLUDE SHORT OR LONG TERM TASKINGS
Minimum of 20 years of law enforcement experience with progressively increasing responsibilities
Minimum of 10 years of related senior law enforcement experience, including fiscal management, in small town or rural township policing agencies
Minimum of experience advising or training foreign officials on police service related topics
Experience as a law enforcement instructor teaching organizational development programs
Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, police or justice administration or related fields from a US Department of Education accredited institution
Continuing education demonstrated through publications, presentations, coursework, internships, or certifications
Ability to obtain and maintain a Public Trust certification from the U.S. DOJ
Possess a valid U.S. Passport