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The Arkansas State Police (ASP) Crimes Against Children Division (CACD) Investigator Administrator is responsible for coordinating the civilian investigators conducting child abuse investigations. This

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Special Job Requirements:

Occasional twenty-four (24) hour emergency on-call duty and in-state travel is required.

Typical Functions:

Supervises a statewide staff of investigators and supervisors, resolving work related problems, recommending discipline, and recommending for hire/termination, training, assigning and reviewing work, counseling, and evaluating the performance of incumbents. Ensures compliance with state and federal law, agency policies and protocols, and interagency agreements. Researches, analyzes, and evaluates section operations, funding sources, programs, and fiscal records to determine budgetary needs and effects of new programs and make expenditure recommendations. Provides technical assistance regarding child abuse regulations, laws, and protocols regarding child maltreatment issues. Coordinates with attorneys, general public, law enforcement entities, elected officials, and other entities as necessary. Performs other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Abilities, and Skills:

Knowledge of supervisory practices and procedures. Knowledge of child abuse issues and state and federal laws and regulations regarding them. Knowledge of the principles and practices of investigation. Knowledge of supervisory practices and procedures. Knowledge of the social issues in child abuse investigation. Knowledge of the Children’s Reporting and Information System (CHRIS). Knowledge of the agency protocols and policies, interagency agreements, and protocols regarding the reporting and acceptance of child abuse allegation. Ability to plan, oversee, and evaluate the work of subordinates. Ability to understand and prepare written and oral information. Ability to apply laws, regulations, and protocols in the evaluation and monitoring of employees’ work product.

Minimum Qualifications:

The formal education equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in social work, sociology, psychology, criminal justice, criminology, or a related field; plus five years of experience in child welfare issues, including two years in a supervisory capacity.

Required Certificates:

Must possess a valid Arkansas driver’s license.


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