Students are invited to provide input on the search for the next chief of the Marquette police department during campus listening sessions on Tuesday, July 31, in AMU 254. The 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. session is open to students of color, and the 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. session is open to all students. Free pizza will be served.
The student listening session is taking place now to keep the search process moving forward. The goal of the listening sessions is to help the search committee identify the opportunities and challenges that will face the chief of police. Based on these sessions, the committee will draft an Opportunity and Challenge Profile, which will provide the basis for the position description.
For those who cannot attend, we still want to hear from you! Our search committee co-chairs will post a Facebook message on the night of Tuesday, July 31 inviting students to identify challenges, opportunities and important characteristics of our next chief via this form. Please go to the MUPD Facebook page at that time to offer your feedback.
Members of the Marquette community also have the opportunity to pose questions, suggestions and advice on the search committee website or by emailing search committee co-chairs Rana Altenburg, vice president of public affairs, Mike Broeker, deputy athletics director, and student representative Jazzmine Haygood, an undergraduate student in the Klingler College of Arts & Sciences.
Interested attendees do not need to register or RSVP for the listening session.
Watch Marquette Today for additional updates on the search for the next chief of police.