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 SECURITY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT

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Welcome! You are about to embark on an exciting journey of possibilities in creating your own career in Navy Security and Law Enforcement (SLE). Navy and Marine Corps leaders have already developed useful tools and resources for you to manage your own career path. The SLE Community is committed to providing you tools to work with managers and human resources personnel to get you where you want to go.

SECOND ANNUAL DON LAW ENFORCEMENT COLLABORATION CONFERENCE

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Photo of Susan Simon(NCIS), Raymond Geoffroy(Marine Corps), John Awtrey(DoD), Mark Ridley(NCIS)

The Security and Law Enforcement Community Leader, Mr. Mark Ridley, hosted the second annual DON Law Enforcement Collaboration Conference in Chicago, IL on 20-21 October 2011.

Number one issue is to continue dialogue among all LE throughout the year, not just at the conference.

Listed below are the briefs from the conference.

SLE Vision: DoD's best Security and Law Enforcement Team protecting Fleet, Fighters, and Family.

What’s available here: 9 Career Road Maps with Accompanying Competencies

 LEADERSHIP

Mark D. RidleyMEET SLE COMMUNITY LEADER: SA MARK D. RIDLEY

Welcome to your Security and Law Enforcement Community! The role of the Navy Civilian SLE Community is to help civilians receive and maintain professional development.

Under my leadership, I want to foster a sense of community among security and law enforcement civilians and to build the Navy Civilian Security and Law Enforcement (SLE) Community. My foremost objective is to drive meaningful dialogue and collaboration between various regions and agencies and to develop coordinated recommendations for current challenges/issues.

Please use our site to develop your career and give us feedback as to how this helps you and where we need to improve.

 SLE CAREER ROAD MAPS

ABOUT CAREER ROAD MAPS:

Many Navy SLE subject matter experts in the field have joined together over a period of a few years to document what it takes to succeed in SLE. These experts worked with your SLE Community Manager, Susan Conklin. Your SLE Community Leaders highly encouraged the development of these Career Road Maps and wish you use the knowledge and wisdom contained in them.

Career Road Maps are meant to be a guide in planning your SLE career. Each roadmap consists of a menu of possibilities at each level from developmental levels like Entry through Journeyman and up to Expert. You are not expected to accomplish everything on the Career Road Map. The suggestions on these road maps may allow you to follow a specialty. Or if you want to, try something new. Additionally, the Road Map provides your supervisor information with which to develop your Independent Development Plan (IDP).

WHAT TO DO NEXT:

Career Road Maps do not guarantee you a promotion but provide you a way to progress in your career. Preceding the road map you will find related career fields that complement your competencies and skill sets. Those lend to changing from one type of job to another.

Thanks for visiting this website! Come again and again. It’s here for you!

CAREER ROAD MAP (CRM) BY JOB SERIES

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