Crime Prevention Coordinator
Performs intermediate-level professional work in planning, organizing, and implementing a community-based, crime-prevention program. Organizes and develops civic partnerships between the community and the department. Provides technical support, education, training, and research resources to support community groups. Serves as a liaison between the department and community groups. Conducts research, analyzes data, and prepares reports relating to crime prevention for the department and community organizations. Disseminates information about crime prevention programs and resources. Performs other related duties as required.
$55,660.80 – $73,174.40 Annually
12/16/2019 4:30 PM Central
The City of Saint Paul’s mission is to integrate equity and inclusion into how we approach all our work. Our vision is to be committed to building an equitable and inclusive city that will shift culture in city processes and policies, eliminate structural inequities, and ensure timely and relevant access to services, resources, support, and opportunity to every person in Saint Paul.
A Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice, Sociology, Political Science, or a related field and two (2) years of full-time experience in any one of the following:
• Planning, organizing, and implementing a community-based, crime-prevention program in a law enforcement, related agency, or equivalent.
• Planning, organizing, and implementing a human services agency program or equivalent.
• Working as a community organizer in a formally-established program.
Additional related experience may be substituted year-for-year for the Bachelor's Degree and additional related education may be substituted for up to fifty percent of the required experience.
Must possess and maintain a valid Minnesota Class D Driver's License, or equivalent out-of-state driver's license.