GREENVILLE, S.C. (WSPA) – Greenville city officials have posted a listing for the open police chief position.
The nationwide search for candidates comes following controversary over a South Carolina Law Enforcement Division investigation into Former Chief Ken Miller.
Investigators concluded there were no wrong-doing in the case, however, Miller resigned.
According to job listing, they are looking for a “seasoned law enforcement leader who is inclusive, results-oriented and can build strong community support.”
Included with the listing is a public survey that the community can also fill out to help officials find the right candidate.
Officials said they hope “to identify semi-finalists by the end of March, conduct interviews in early April and have a new chief in place by late spring or early summer.”
For a look at the listing, or to fill out the survey, click here.