LEPs are former and retired law enforcement personnel who are responsible for advising, assisting, mentoring, and training U.S. and Coalition forces to better execute their Law Enforcement (LE) related responsibilities. In addition, LEPs serve as Subject Matter Experts in criminal neutralization and law enforcement activities.

Job Functions and Responsibilities

· Serve as Subject Matter Expert (SME) on organized crime and crime networks, gangs, kidnappings, terrorist organizations, drug organizations and/or public corruption.

· Serve as a resource for the supported commander to train police skills to US or Host Nation Forces, based on supported unit mission and funding authorities, in coordination with or in the absence of military LE personnel.

· Coordinate directly with counterparts at higher and subordinate headquarters and neighboring units to ensure unity and synchronization of effort.

· Provide a LE counter-criminal perspective to support the execution of counterinsurgency operations in the supported battalion’s area of responsibility.

· Plan, deliver, and lead training to US or Host Nation Forces, based on supported unit mission and funding authorities, on criminal organization investigative TTPs in a war fighting environment, including tactical questioning and debriefing techniques, site exploration (crime scene investigation), forensics, and biometric analysis to identify and take action against criminal/insurgent network activity.

· Contribute to enhancing the effectiveness of police information and criminal intelligence and investigative activities through mentoring relationships with members of the supported unit of assignment.

· Strengthen the flow, interpretation, and analysis of criminal activity-related information to/from higher headquarters, down to the company level, and between battalions, in order to enhance access to actionable police information.

· Accompany mounted and dismounted patrols on street-level operations in hostile threat environments within the supported unit’s area of operation to instruct and mentor on LE TTPs and to provide immediate feedback.

· Mentor and train US or Host Nation Forces, based on supported unit mission and funding authorities, on preparation and documentation of evidence as required for successful prosecutions in the HN legal system.

· Supporting targeting, criminal intelligence collection, investigations, and planning for unit to which assigned within legal, regulatory, and contractual limitations.

· Train U.S. or Host Nation Forces, based on supported unit mission and funding authorities, in the delivery of LE and investigative training.

Specialties

· Train Advise Assist Commands (TAACs)/Task Forces (TFs)

· Major Crimes Advisory Group (MCAG)

· Afghan Law Enforcement Assistance Team (ALEAT)

· Ministerial Advisory Group-Interior (MAG-I) and the National Police Command Center (NPCC)

· Joint Task Force- Parwan (Corrections LEPs)

Minimum Requirements and Education

· Minimum of ten (10) years LE or Corrections experience (per below). Additional experience in one or more of the following: Military service, task force assignments, language, bomb technician experience, forensic certification or expertise and experience in utilization of sophisticated investigative/ auditing or technical investigative/assessment methodologies.

· Must have a SECRET Clearance and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)-Secret Eligibility.

· Certified graduate of a Municipal, State or Federal police or correctional academy. Certified is defined as meeting the requirements to perform duty as a sworn LE or corrections officer in the sponsoring agency.

· Must be able to operate in austere urban and desert/mountain environments in theater, alongside U.S. and Host Nation Security Forces

· Written communication skills to prepare written reports, information papers and other required correspondence.

· Verbal communication skills to effectively deliver briefings and communicate related training to a diverse audience.

· Strong computer literacy skills, focusing on the Microsoft suite of applications.

Additional Requirements

· TAAC and MAG-I:

o Experience as a mid-level Uniformed Police Leader of a major Municipal or Metropolitan type police force.

o Experience in an Operations Command Center with responsibility for reporting, tasking, communications and resource coordination is also preferred.

o Shall possess the capability to analyze problems with reporting systems and processes and make recommendations on improvements.

· MCAG and ALEAT:

o A solid understanding of the ability to identify and to investigate structure, methods, and behaviors of organized crime networks, gangs, terrorist organizations, drug organizations and/or public corruption.

o Ability to plan, deliver, and lead training on street-level counter-gang investigative TTPs in a major urban environment, including informant/source development, field interview techniques, site exploration (crime scene investigation), forensics and biometric analysis to identify criminal network activity.

· Joint Task Force-Parwan:

o A solid understanding of and the ability to identify and to assess structure, methods, and behaviors of organized crime networks, gangs, terrorist organizations, drug organizations and/or public corruption in a correctional institution or setting.

o Ability to plan, deliver, and lead training on correctional TTPs, including informant/source development, and interview techniques, to identify criminal network activity in a correctional institution or setting.

o Experience with or being responsible for implementing post orders, conducting training classes related to correctional procedures, enforcement of all rules and regulation relative to custodial security of the institution, investigations of reported violations of prohibited acts, (i.e. assaults, escapes, introduction of contraband, disturbances or other illicit activities), taking appropriate actions as dictated by the seriousness of the violation.

If you meet the qualifications and want to be considered for this opportunity, please complete an online application via our website, www.ottrainingsolutions.com under “Careers & Job Postings”. Also please provide cover letter outlining your experience and any other items you want to include.

OT Training Solutions, LLC is a service-disabled veteran-owned small business (SDVOSB) that provides valuable services for training system support, and for business development to commercial and governmental organizations. OTTS delivers its services worldwide. Our skilled staff is available to provide expert monitoring and impart the real-world knowledge that leads to mission success.

OT Training Solutions, LLC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status or disability status