Deputy Chief of Police- Administration

Lisle, IL
Lisle Police Department

The Village of Lisle is seeking a proven and energetic leader to serve as Deputy Chief of Police-Administration for the Lisle Police Department. As an integral member of the Command Staff, this individual will perform complex administrative tasks while carrying out the mission and vision for the Village and Department. The Deputy Chief of Administration will have primary oversight of the records division, personnel, planning and research, financial management and budget preparation among other high-level leadership responsibilities.

Hiring range for this position is $107,185-150,059 with an expected hiring salary of $125,000.

Principal Responsibilities

  • In the absence of the Police Chief, the Deputy Police Chief will assume the powers, duties and responsibilities of the Chief.
  • Embodies, models and embraces the Village’s vision, mission, and values.
  • Assists in the development of departmental goals, objectives, policies and priorities; formulates rules, procedures and standards for assigned divisions and ensures they are maintained.
  • Plans, organizes and directs the collection, analysis, utilization and dissemination of criminal intelligence data.
  • Supervises the Information and Support Services Manager and the Volunteer 4 Lisle Coordinator. Coaches and mentors staff on problem solving strategies and reviews work for proper and applicable law enforcement techniques; evaluates staff’s performance; participates in the interviewing and selection of new officers, civilian staff, and current staff in the promotional process.
  • Assures clear lines of communication that departmental policy, procedure, and practices are clearly conveyed and understood.
  • Performs the duties of the department’s Public Information Officer including managing the Department’s social media accounts and distributing media releases/reports as necessary.
  • Along with the Chief, represents the Department and maintains cooperation as a liaison with all municipal, state, county and federal agencies; acts as a member of the Village Safety Committee.  Attends Village departmental meetings in the absence of the Chief.



Bachelor’s degree in Law Enforcement or Criminal Justice or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Excellent public service skills; bilingual skills a plus. Considerable supervisory and management experience at the rank of Sergeant or above. Current certified Police Officer within the State of Illinois. A valid State of Illinois Driver’s License.