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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

 


CLEET Drug Dog Advisory Council

College/University

VACANCY

Salary - 0

 

Due to a vacancy on the Drug Dog Advisory Council, the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) is accepting resumes letters of interest from those individuals who wish to be considered as a college or university campus police department appointee to serve on the CLEET Drug Dog Advisory Council. 

 

The responsibilities of Drug Dog Advisory Council members are found in 70 O.S., § 3311, which states “ . . .  make recommendations concerning minimum standards, educational needs, and other matters imperative to the certification of canines and canine teams.”  The Drug Dog Advisory Council meets quarterly at Ada or Oklahoma City.

 

If you are a commissioned officer employed by a college or university campus police department and are interested in serving on the Drug Dog Advisory Council, please submit a resume, a letter of interest and a letter of acknowledgement signed by the head of your department to: CLEET, Attention: Julie Moore, 2401 Egypt Road, Ada, OK. 74820 or email them to julie.moore@cleet.state.ok.us by February 28, 2020.  All information received will be forwarded to the Drug Dog Advisory Council for consideration and recommendation. The Drug Dog Advisory Council’s recommendation(s) will be taken to the Council for final selection and appointment.


 

CLEET Drug Dog Advisory Council

At-large

VACANCY

Salary - 0

 

Due to the vacancy of an at-large seat on the Drug Dog Advisory Council, the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) is accepting resumes and letters of interest from those individuals who wish to be considered as an appointee to serve on the CLEET Drug Dog Advisory Council. 

 

The responsibilities of Drug Dog Advisory Council members are found in 70 O.S., § 3311, which states “ . . .  make recommendations concerning minimum standards, educational needs, and other matters imperative to the certification of canines and canine teams.”  The Drug Dog Advisory Council meets quarterly at Ada or Oklahoma City.

 

If you are a full-time commissioned officer with practical knowledge of such canines and canine teams and are interested in serving on the Drug Dog Advisory Council, please submit a resume, a letter of interest and a letter of acknowledgement signed by the head of your department to: CLEET, Attention: Julie Moore, 2401 Egypt Road, Ada, OK. 74820 or email them to julie.moore@cleet.state.ok.us by February 28, 2020.  All information received will be forwarded to the Drug Dog Advisory Council for consideration and recommendation. The Drug Dog Advisory Council’s recommendation(s) will be taken to the Council for final selection and appointment.