Task Force Commander Sample Clauses

Task Force Commander. The Task Force Commander shall be a peace officer of the rank of lieutenant or higher from one of the Participating Agencies. The Task Force Commander will be responsible for managing SCCSET and will report to the Xxxxxxxx Police Chief or his designated representative. The Task Force Commander will provide monthly and annual reports of SCCSET’s activities to the Xxxxxxxx Police Chief and to Participating Agency Department Heads. Any personnel assigned to SCCSET shall work under the immediate supervision of the Task Force Commander and shall adhere to the published policies and procedures of SCCSET. The Task Force Commander and Task Force Supervisor(s) (as defined in Section (V)(c) below) should be involved in the interview and selection of Investigators and support personnel assigned to the Task Force.
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Task Force Commander. A Task Force Commander shall be appointed by the Board and serve at its pleasure. The Task Force Commander must be a full-time, licensed supervisory peace officer of a member. The Task Force Commander shall remain an employee of the respective member city or county.
Task Force Commander. The Board of Directors shall appoint a Task Force Commander who will report to the Board of Directors Chair. The Task Force Commander is responsible for supervising the day-to-day operations of the Task Force, including supervision of Task Force Officers, intelligence sharing, management of confidential funds, sharing information with the Fiscal Agent, and coordination with other agencies. The Task Force Commander shall work with the Board of Directors in developing and amending changes to Task Force Policies and Guidelines. The Task Force Commander shall assess each Task Force Officer’s training needs and shall ensure their compliance with all current CMVOTF policies and guidelines. The Task Force Commander has the authority to direct all Task Force investigator activities, commend and suspend Task Force Officers, and recommend cancellation of Task Force Officers to the Board Chair. The Task Force Commander shall report at least quarterly to the Board of Directors.

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