In Midst of Exposito Tension, Miami Posts Police Chief Job Ad Online

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As far as we know Miguel Exposito is still the police chief in the City of Miami despite his ongoing tension between with Mayor Regalado. Well, despite no official announcement of his departure, the city is apparently already looking for a new chief. They've posted a help wanted ad looking for a new chief online.

The ad is posted on the City of Miami's official Department of Human Resource's website. The city is apparently looking for a full-time police chief who will be paid somewhere between $136,045.94 and $181,045.23 annually.

Here's the job description:
This position directs and coordinates activities of the department, which operates on a 24-hour basis every day of the year. Promulgates departmental rules and regulations. Coordinates and administers divisions through subordinate personnel. Divisions administered may include: Field Operations, Investigations and Administration. Directly administers and monitors departmental subdivisions which report directly to the Office of the Chief of Police. Coordinates and monitors external assigned officers involved in high level and confidential federal investigations. Reviews internal investigations of members of department for alleged misconduct. Under general supervision of the City Manager and in accordance with Civil Service Rules, relevant labor contracts and departmental orders, may suspend, demote or terminate employees of the department for infraction of the rules. May mobilize force during emergencies, such as civil disturbances. Oversees development of departmental budget, activity reports, and plans for future development. May address various groups to inform the public of goals or operations of the department. Reports to the City Manager.

Minimum Requirements:
Fifteen (15) years responsible police experience which must have included executive management experience. Bachelor's degree or higher in Public Administration, Police Science, Criminal Justice, Management or a related field is preferred. Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy (FBINNA) certification is highly desirable.
Because the Chief is required to leave in December as part of the DROP program, it's actually an HR department requirement to put up the posting six months in advanced. Regardless, it does come in mighty handy that they already have the listing up. Considering the way things are going they may need it sooner than latter. 

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El_Bananero
El_Bananero

The add should read: Looking for a puppet that will do whatever the emperor of the city, Regalado wishes him/her to do.

Greedy idiots
Greedy idiots

Miami-Dade County Government has over 3.300 employees making over $100,000 per year. Total greed.

No wonder private sector stiffs hate the government.

Miami firemen? $187,000 median pay?

Michael Wind
Michael Wind

miami dade is the most corrupt area in usa.

Bribe? Illegal?
Bribe? Illegal?

Why didn't the Police Chief report the Mayor and two lowlifes offered him a bribe? Doesn't the dope know the law?

bananacounty
bananacounty

What else can be done when: FBI, State Attorney Office, and other institutions in charge of investigating corruption cases are ignoring the unethical and possible illegal activities conducted by mayor Regalado and all miami elected officials?  The only commissioner who seems to be non-corrupt is Carrollo since he is the only one who tries to expose the dirty businesses that happen in the City. Could it be possible to have CNN, FOX NEWS, CBS and other large news organization to publicize the level of corruption that is daily practiced in our City of Miami with no punishment from authorities in charge to investigate and prosecute? I think by exposing our situation to the whole nation, our authorities will feel so embarrased of themselves that then these will take some actions against political and corruption in general.

citizen4all
citizen4all

Its been going on for so long, and they haven't done it for how long ?  So !              Why!   Don't they want to ?    Who would be harmed in that ?    Good or BAD !

Corrupt politicians
Corrupt politicians

How about the creep Sarnoff? Totally corrupt, so his election campaign account is full with money from lobbyists buying favors.

maxy
maxy

I don't get why the people of Miami keep crooks like Regalado in charge.  Even after offering Mr. Exposito $200,000 check (our tax paying dollars I may add) to leave quietly, the people are still sitting back and letting the crooks continue to run the City of Miami.  It is quite discustng to see how much ignorance there is in this City.

Maxy

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