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January 28, 2020 • Page 6 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com DPS Secretary Price Appointed To Presidential Commission On Law Enforcement And The Administration Of Justice PIERRE, S.D. – South Dakota Department of Public Safety Cabinet Secretary Craig Price today was appointed by Attorney General William 1305 P. Barr to the Presidential Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice during a ceremony in Washington, D.C. Office Employment 1335 SECRETARY Part-time position with electrical contracting company in Vermillion. Invoicing, typing, filing, customer service, and other duties to be determined. Wage DOE. Must be proficient on a computer (Word and QuickBooks preferred). Email resume to laura.toddselectric@midconetwork.com. “I am honored to be part of this commission, and I look forward to working on issues that impact law enforcement and the officers who work Other Employment 1340 Ehresmann Engineering Inc. We are expanding and are looking for experienced welders and Assemblers for our Night shift and Day shift. Experience in manufacturing or fabrication desired but not necessary. Top pay for Welders and Assemblers. Night shift with differential pay. Great benefits. Sign On Bonus available. Apply in Person. 4400 W. 31st. St. Yankton, SD 605-665-7532 Now Hiring Technician for Automotive/commercial glass installation. Applicant must have background in the automotive field, be self-motivated, have good customer service skills, and possess a valid Driver’s license. A background in construction is preferred, but not required. Applicants must be willing to pursue a career in the glass trade. Salary is DOE, plus paid vacation and holidays. There may be some overtime. Hours are Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Work incentive programs offered. Send resumes to ronsglass@iw.net or deliver to Ron’s Auto Glass 1915 Broadway, Yankton Part-Time The Holiday Inn Express is looking for a PART-TIME NIGHT AUDITOR / FRONT DESK AGENT. Please stop by 2607 Broadway, Yankton or call 605-665-3177 for an application. 1360 Income Opportunity Crawford Transport, Inc in Lamont Iowa is looking for Company Drivers who have a Class A CDL, 2 years experience, and are willing to work. Flatbed/Stepdeck. We offer 100% paid health insurance, IRA with company match, Percentage pay equaling .50 CPM or more, paid vacation, weekly home time. Call 800-426-0360 (MCN) NEW AUTHORS WANTED! Page Publishing will help you self-publish your own book. FREE author submission kit! Limited offer! Why wait? Call now: 855-623-8796 (MCN) Become a published author! Publications sold at all major secular & specialty Christian bookstores. CALL Christian Faith Publishing for your FREE author submission kit. 1-888981-5761. (MCN) Rush-Co in Springfield is accepting applications for a full time Human Resources Supervisor The successful candidate must have strong administrative skills, ability to work accurately with a high level of attention to detail & confidentiality. Duties includes; HR duties, payroll, safety training, benefits, proficient in Excel, and coordinate company events. Experience preferred, but not required. every day to protect our citizens,” Sec. Price said. “Law enforcement is a profession that is vital to our society.” Sec. Price is a life-long South Dakotan who began his law enforcement career in 1997. He has held positions of correctional officer, state trooper, special agent, supervisory special agent, assistant director of Criminal Investigation, and served as the 13th Superintendent of the South Dakota Highway Patrol until January, 2019. He was appointed DPS Cabinet Secretary by Gov. Kristi Noem. “Secretary Price is an exceptional choice for this commission,” said Gov. Noem. “He has made tremendous strides for law enforcement in our state, and I look forward to seeing the ways he will amplify our state’s public safety successes at the national level.” On October 28, 2019, President Donald J. Trump signed Executive Order No. 13896, authorizing and designating the Attorney General to create such a Commission that would explore modern issues affecting law enforcement that most impact the ability of American policing to reduce crime. The launch of the Commission also was announced at today’s ceremony. “There is no more noble and important profession than law enforcement. A free and safe society requires a trusted and capable police force to safeguard our rights to life and liberty,” said Attorney Barr. “But as criminal threats and social conditions have changed the responsibilities and roles of police officers, there is a need for a modern study of how law enforcement can best protect and serve American communities. This is why the President instructed me to establish this critical Commission, whose members truly reflect the best there is in law enforcement. Together, we will examine, discuss, and debate how justice is administered in the United States and uncover opportunities for progress, improvement, and innovation.” The Executive Order instructs the Commission to conduct its study by focusing on the law enforcement officers who are tasked with reducing crime on a daily basis. It also directs the Commission to research “important current issues facing law enforcement and the criminal justice system,” and recommends a variety of subjects for study, such as, but not limited to: The challenges to law enforcement associated with mental illness, homelessness, substance abuse, and other social factors that influence crime and strain criminal justice resources; The recruitment, hiring, training, and retention of law enforcement officers, including in rural and tribal communities; Refusals by State and local prosecutors to enforce laws or prosecute categories of crimes; The need to promote public confidence and respect for the law and law enforcement officers; and The effects of technological innovations on law enforcement and the criminal justice system, including the challenges and opportunities presented by such innovations. The Commission will principally conduct its study through a series of hearings, panel presentations, field visits, and other public meetings. At these events, the Commission will hear from subject matter experts, public officials, private citizens, and other relevant stakeholders and institutions who can provide valuable insight into these issues. Commissioners, appointed by the Attorney General and announced today, areurban police chiefs, state prosecutors, county sheriffs, members of rural and tribal law enforcement, federal agents, U.S. Attorneys, and a state attorney general. In addition to their diverse experiences and backgrounds, each member brings to the Commission an expertise in formulating and shaping law enforcement policy and leading police departments and law enforcement organizations. The Commission will meet monthly for the next year and then report its findings to the Attorney General, who will submit a final report to the President. Rush-Co offers competitive benefits plan and is an equal opportunity employer. Interested applicants may submit their resume to Rush-Co, 1314 Walnut Street, Springfield, SD 57062, apply online, or email hr@rush-co.com. Please call 605-369-6000 for information Honoring the tradition, St. Joseph’s Indian School in Chamberlain, South Dakota, seeks an Family Service Counselor Responsible for student counseling, providing communication between St. Joseph’s Indian School and the family and/or custodian for each student, and coordination of services in an effort to meet the individual needs of the child. Master’s Degree (Counseling, Sociology, or Psychology). Licensure preferred. Option to apply for loan repayment program. Call 605.234.3275 E-mail apply@stjo.org www.stjo.org EOE Manager Trainee Great benefits and earning potential. Career opportunities available upon completion of training program. Bachelor’s degree in a business field preferred, but not required. Must be open to relocation. 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