View Full Version : Kosovo Law Enforcement Jobs

12-05-2008, 07:59 AM
Civilian Police
Req Code:CP-KOSUNMIK-10Job Type:Civilian Police

Job Description
Civilian Police International (CPI) is actively seeking current and recently retired law enforcement professionals for: the Department of State, Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement (INL) Program, established pursuant to Presidential Decision Directive 71 (PDD-71), to strengthen criminal justice systems in support of peace operations and complex security operations overseas. Currently, the average international assignment is for one year in Kosovo and other countries as qualified by INL-sponsored missions.

Recruitment Categories:

Law Enforcement Generalists
Certified Trainers
Crimes Against Persons Investigators
Property Crimes Investigators
Supervisory/Mgmt Officers
Intelligence Officers
Crime Scene Investigators
Commanders/Executive Officer
Dignitary Protection Officers
Civil Disorder Specialist
Organized Crime Investigators
Traffic Accident InvestigatorsPosition RequirementsU.S. Citizen · Preference is that the applicant have a minimum of 8 years of active duty law enforcement, however the applicant MUST have a combined total of eight (8) years work experience with at least five (5) years being in a position of sworn civilian law enforcement, in a full service law enforcement agency. Actively serving sworn law enforcement officer, or recently separated sworn law enforcement official (within five years). - Note: Successfully completed or current assignments to U.S. CIVPOL contingents in Kosovo and other INL-sponsored missions will be accepted as active service time. Ability to communicate in English. Valid U.S. driver’s license and ability to operate a standard transmission 4x4 vehicle. Unblemished background. Excellent health and be able to pass a law enforcement physical agility, physical fitness run and a psychological test. The applicant must be able to successfully qualify with a 9mm semi-automatic handgun. Valid U.S. passport. Negotiating, interpersonal and leadership skills. Knowledge of International Police Standards. Experience in a multicultural environment. The ability and willingness to train other individuals in their area of expertise.

Additional Information

CPI offers a competitive compensation package and an excellent benefits package that includes health, dental, life insurance, direct deposit and more.
CPI is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V.https://www.civilianpolice.com/careers/Careers.aspx?adata=6D3WBFlrRghdpch5e2hWsGuKqz13xw3 OFybJBNIKh5NGXdN8g%2fa5i62zrRPOZD3iviOdtFS02HDYWNS WJFyR0RNOo6LYECvD (https://www.civilianpolice.com/careers/Careers.aspx?adata=6D3WBFlrRghdpch5e2hWsGuKqz13xw3 OFybJBNIKh5NGXdN8g%2fa5i62zrRPOZD3iviOdtFS02HDYWNS WJFyR0RNOo6LYECvD)

12-05-2008, 09:13 AM
****I get a security warning from the above link****

It is also not the same link as when I google Civilian Police International.

Cold War Scout
12-05-2008, 10:44 AM
I got a "certificate error" message, just like I get when I go to the NY Post, but it opened up into some jobs info. In fact some of them seem interesting.

12-08-2008, 03:26 AM
If you are trying to access a federal government website, sometimes you will get the certificate error warning... It is given because it is probably a secure website and requires a secure computer (with cac card or federal govt computer access) to get in.. I have the same problems with my home puter when I try to access some of the federal govt sites when needing to do required taskings for my job..


The Bad Guy
12-08-2008, 07:31 AM
I think they are just not spending the $500 or so for a certificate from a known authority like Verisign to enable SSL on their site. Most likely they generated their own certificate