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Command Consulting Group is assisting the Dallas County Community College District with Executive Search for a Commissioner of Public Safety.
In connection with completing a comprehensive assessment of DCCCD’s approach to public safety in 2015, Command Consulting Group recommended the creation of a district level office for Public Safety and Security. As part of the assessment, Command reviewed plans, procedures, organizational structures, and staffing, and benchmarked these findings against education and security industry standards in order to provide findings, analyses, and prioritized recommendations.
Command is supporting the District in its search for a Commissioner of Public Safety and Security. Interested applicants can visit: https://dcccd.peopleadmin.com/postings/15621 to apply for this position.
About Dallas County Community College District
DCCCD is one of the largest community college systems in the United State’s. Since 1965, they have served more than 3 million people. The colleges of DCCCD equip students for successful living and responsible citizenship. In addition, they provide economic benefits to business, taxpayers and the community. The seven independently accredited colleges of Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) include Brookhaven, Cedar Valley, Eastfield, El Centro, Mountain View, North Lake and Richland.
About Command Consulting Group
Command Consulting Group is an international security consulting firm with a robust background in providing campus safety solutions for some of the largest educational systems in world. These solutions help clients meet their unique security challenges and are based on experience garnered from years of service in leadership positions at the White House, the U.S. Secret Service, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Intelligence Community, the military, and private industry.
Following this week’s devastating terror attacks against an airport and metro station in Belgium, the U.S. Embassy in Brussels issued a security message for U.S. citizens informing them of the terrorism activity and increased police presence. Their message was clear and concise. They urged citizens to be aware of local events, follow the instructions of local authorities, monitor local media developments, contact family and friends to update them on their safety, and, most importantly, take the appropriate steps to bolster personal security.
While this warning was specifically aimed at Americans in Belgium in the wake of these major attacks, its message has universal applicability. In today’s security environment, travelers must not only seek to maintain an appropriate level of security awareness but also proactively prepare to respond to potential incidents. These same principles of advance planning are used by the U.S. Secret Service and apply to both work related and personal travel. Additionally, preparedness should not be limited to terror attacks or other acts of targeted violence—such as the fatal stabbing of an American graduate student in Israel earlier this month— but also fire and medical emergencies, petty theft, and street crime.
To read the full article please go to: The Cipher Brief