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Indy Gov Accreditation and Compliance Coordinator in Indianapolis, Indiana

Accreditation and Compliance Coordinator



Accreditation and Compliance Coordinator


$30,021.00 - $37,213.00 Annually


City County Building, IN

Job Type

Full Time


Department of Public Safety-IMPD

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Position Summary

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is seeking a full-time Accreditation and Compliance Coordinator to oversee the Police Department's accreditation function and policy development, review

and compliance. This is a civilian (non-sworn) position that will report to the Deputy Chief of Policy and Performance. Typical hours of work are Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Position Responsibilities

The position will oversee the department's entire accreditation process, files, audits and assessment and will attend CALEA meetings and local accreditation network meetings. Additionally, the Accreditation and Compliance Coordinator will maintain data entry of policy compliance in the PowerDMS program and other needed software as it relates to compliance efforts. This position will review and revise existing General Orders as well as prepare new General Orders for the Police Department, and as such the selected candidate must be able to interpret and apply federal, state, municipal and department laws, policies and procedures. The position will schedule, conduct, and document agency inspections, reviews, and analysis; conduct research and analyze data and processes to mitigate risk and liability for officers and the police department, and be able to communicate and partner with personnel within the police department as well as within other agencies.

Outstanding written and verbal communication skills and the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships are critical. The ability to manage projects, prioritize, multi-task, and complete tasks through the cooperation of others is a must.

Ensures all policies are reliable, up-to-date and meet accreditation standards. Ensures new and existing staff understand policies. Researches and identifies accreditation standards; tailors policies and procedures to track with those standards.


Minimum Qualifications

Graduation from high school and considerable work experience in an administrative function; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience, which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. Valid Indiana license

Preferred Qualifications

Four year college degree and considerable experience with the CALEA accreditation process

Considerable knowledge of office equipment and software

including word processing, data base management, presentation

software, and spreadsheets.

• Comprehensive knowledge of police organization and


• Ability to communicate effectively in person, in writing, and by


• Ability to multi-task

• Ability to maintain and organize files.

• Ability to plan and organize a variety of administrative activities.

• Ability to operate any office machines required by the position such

as computer, scanner, calculator, fax, copier, or other equipment.

• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with

the general public, other agencies and associations, supervisors,

and employees.

Independent Judgment

Must be able to work independently and meet deadlines as required. Must be aware of an follow all rules, regulations, policies of the department, as well a CALEA guidelines.