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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

 

CLEET Bomb Dog Advisory Council
Sheriff's Office
VACANCY
Salary: 0

Due to a vacancy, the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) is accepting applications, letters of interest, and resumes from those individuals employed by a sheriff’s Office who wish to be considered as an appointee to serve on the CLEET Bomb Dog Advisory Council. 

The responsibilities of a Bomb Dog Advisory Council members are found in 70 O.S., § 3311, Paragraph M (2), which states “ . . .  make recommendations concerning minimum standards, educational needs, and other matters imperative to the certification of canines and canine teams trained to detect explosives, explosive materials, explosive devices and materials which could be used to construct an explosive device.”  The Bomb Dog Advisory Council meets quarterly in Ada or Oklahoma City.

If you are a full-time commissioned officer with practical knowledge of such canines and canine teams, are currently employed by a sheriff’s office, and are interested in serving on the Bomb Dog Advisory Council, please submit a CLEET application, letter of Interest, and resume to CLEET, Attention: Janey Rowden, 2401 Egypt Road, Ada, OK. 74820 or email to janey.rowden@cleet.state.ok.us by May 15, 2021.  All information received will be forwarded to the Bomb Dog Advisory Council for consideration and recommendation. The Bomb Dog Advisory Council’s recommendation will be taken to the Council for final selection and appointment.

Bomb Dog Advisory Council Sheriff's Office Application

 

 

 

CLEET Bomb Dog Advisory Council

College/University

VACANCY
Salary: 0

 

Due to a vacancy, the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) is accepting applications, letters of interest, and resumes from those individuals employed by a College/University who wish to be considered as an appointee to serve on the CLEET Bomb Dog Advisory Council. 

 

The responsibilities of a Bomb Dog Advisory Council members are found in 70 O.S., § 3311, Paragraph M (2), which states “ . . .  make recommendations concerning minimum standards, educational needs, and other matters imperative to the certification of canines and canine teams trained to detect explosives, explosive materials, explosive devices and materials which could be used to construct an explosive device.”  The Bomb Dog Advisory Council meets quarterly in Ada or Oklahoma City.

 

If you are a full-time commissioned officer with practical knowledge of such canines and canine teams, are currently employed by a college/university, and are interested in serving on the Bomb Dog Advisory Council, please submit a CLEET application, letter of Interest, and resume to CLEET, Attention: Janey Rowden, 2401 Egypt Road, Ada, OK. 74820 or email to janey.rowden@cleet.state.ok.us by May 15, 2021.  All information received will be forwarded to the Bomb Dog Advisory Council for consideration and recommendation. The Bomb Dog Advisory Council’s recommendation will be taken to the Council for final selection and appointment.

Bomb Dog Advisory Council College/University Application

 

 

CLEET ADVISORY VACANCY – AT-LARGE                                  

Vacancy

Salary: 0

 

Due to the At-Large vacancy on the Advisory Council, the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) is accepting applications, letters of interest, and resumes from those individuals who wish to be considered as an appointee to serve on the CLEET Advisory Council.  Members who are certified full-time peace officers employed by a campus, city, county, state, or federal law enforcement agency. 

 

The  responsibilities of Advisory Council members are found in 70 O.S., § 3311, Paragraph B, which states “ . . .  discuss problems and hear recommendations concerning necessary research, minimum standards, educational needs, and other matters imperative to upgrading Oklahoma law enforcement to professional status.”  The Advisory Council meets quarterly, in Ada, approximately two weeks prior to scheduled Council meetings. 

 

If you are interested in serving on the Advisory Council as the At-Large representative, please submit the Advisory Council application, letter of interest, and a resume to CLEET, Attention: Shelly Lowrance, 2401 Egypt Rd., Ada, OK. 74820 or email to shelly.lowrance@cleet.state.ok.us by June 15, 2021.  This will be forwarded to the Advisory Council for consideration and recommendation.  The Advisory Council’s recommendation will be taken to the Council for final approval.

Advisory Application

 

 

CLEET ADVISORY VACANCY – REGION SIX

Vacancy

Salary: 0

 

Due to a vacancy on the Advisory Council in region six, the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) is accepting applications, letters of interest, and resumes from those individuals who wish to be considered as an appointee to serve on the CLEET Advisory Council.  Members must be active certified full-time peace officers. Region Six consists of the following eight counties: Alfalfa, Blaine, Garfield, Grant, Kay, Kingfisher, Major, and Noble.   

 

The  responsibilities of Advisory Council members are found in 70 O.S., § 3311, Paragraph B, which states “ . . .  discuss problems and hear recommendations concerning necessary research, minimum standards, educational needs, and other matters imperative to upgrading Oklahoma law enforcement to professional status.”  The Advisory Council meets quarterly, in Ada, approximately two weeks prior to scheduled Council meetings. 

 

If you are interested in serving on the Advisory Council as the representative from region six, please submit the Advisory Council application, letter of interest, and a resume to CLEET, Attention: Shelly Lowrance, 2401 Egypt Rd., Ada, OK. 74820 or email to shelly.lowrance@cleet.state.ok.us by June 15, 2021.  This will be forwarded to the Advisory Council for consideration and recommendation.  The Advisory Council’s recommendation will be taken to the Council for final approval.

Advisory Application

 

 

CLEET ADVISORY VACANCY – REGION SEVEN

Vacancy

Salary: 0

 

Due to a vacancy on the Advisory Council in region seven, the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) is accepting applications, letters of interest, and resumes from those individuals who wish to be considered as an appointee to serve on the CLEET Advisory Council.  Members must be active certified full-time peace officers. Region seven consists of the following four counties: Logan, Canadian, Oklahoma, and Cleveland.

 

The  responsibilities of Advisory Council members are found in 70 O.S., § 3311, Paragraph B, which states “ . . .  discuss problems and hear recommendations concerning necessary research, minimum standards, educational needs, and other matters imperative to upgrading Oklahoma law enforcement to professional status.”  The Advisory Council meets quarterly, in Ada, approximately two weeks prior to scheduled Council meetings. 

 

If you are interested in serving on the Advisory Council as the representative from region seven, please submit the Advisory Council application, letter of interest, and a resume to CLEET, Attention: Shelly Lowrance, 2401 Egypt Rd., Ada, OK. 74820 or email to shelly.lowrance@cleet.state.ok.us by June 15, 2021.  This will be forwarded to the Advisory Council for consideration and recommendation.  The Advisory Council’s recommendation will be taken to the Council for final approval.

Advisory Application

 

 

CLEET ADVISORY VACANCY – REGION NINE

Vacancy

Salary: 0

 

Due to a vacancy on the Advisory Council in region nine, the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) is accepting applications, letters of interest, and resumes from those individuals who wish to be considered as an appointee to serve on the CLEET Advisory Council.  Members must be active certified full-time peace officers. Region nine consists of the following eight counties: Roger Mills, Custer, Beckham, Washita, Greer, Kiowa, Harmon, and Jackson. 

 

The responsibilities of Advisory Council members are found in 70 O.S., § 3311, Paragraph B, which states “ . . .  discuss problems and hear recommendations concerning necessary research, minimum standards, educational needs, and other matters imperative to upgrading Oklahoma law enforcement to professional status.”  The Advisory Council meets quarterly, in Ada, approximately two weeks prior to scheduled Council meetings. 

 

If you are interested in serving on the Advisory Council as the representative from region nine, please submit the Advisory Council application, letter of interest, and a resume to CLEET, Attention: Shelly Lowrance, 2401 Egypt Rd., Ada, OK. 74820 or email to shelly.lowrance@cleet.state.ok.us by June 15, 2021.  This will be forwarded to the Advisory Council for consideration and recommendation.  The Advisory Council’s recommendation will be taken to the Council for final approval.

Advisory Application

 


CLEET PRIVATE SECURITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE – AT-LARGE   

Vacancy

Salary: 0        

 

Due to a vacancy on the Private Security Advisory Committee (PSAC), CLEET is accepting letters of interest and resumes from qualified individuals who are interested in serving as the At-Large member.

 

The Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training is authorized to “appoint an advisory committee composed of representatives from security guard and private investigative agencies to advise the Council concerning necessary research, minimum standards for licensure, education, and other matters related to licensure of security guards, security guard agencies, private investigators, and private investigative agencies.”

 

Members serve three-year terms with option for reappointment, attend quarterly meetings, and are subject to all applicable statutes and rules governing such meetings.

 

Only individuals holding an agency license or employed by a licensed agency and in good standing may apply by submitting a letter on agency letterhead, providing full name, CLEET license number, contact information and a brief statement of qualification and interest. Please also include your resume. Submit to janesa.west@cleet.state.ok.us by May 24, 2021. All applications will be presented to the PSAC at their next regular meeting for recommendation to the Council for final approval.