Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience. Two (2) years of professional work experience may be substituted for one (1) year of education
A minimum of five (5) years' experience in a command-level, leadership role in a federal, state or local law enforcement agency or department. (Note --this generally refers to an office head or division commander with several supervisors under their command. Local law enforcement refers to large, full-service departments that employ 1,000 or more sworn officers. This level of experience is necessary to establish credibility with the intended target audience).
Experience as a criminal investigative manager, supervisor or primary investigator of complex criminal investigations requiring coordination of multiple investigative resources.
Experience instructing criminal investigation or police management courses in an adult education program, college or law enforcement training program.Completion of advanced training in the field of investigative management by a recognized federal, military, state or local law enforcement training provider.