Would you like to help make Mid-City safer?
Are you interested in working with law enforcement, the business community, and other dedicated residents to reduce crime?
Do you have the dedication to ensure that the Mid-City Security District (“MCSD”) remains an active, legally compliant, and efficient agency that is responsive to the safety needs of our neighborhood?
If so, consider applying to become a MCSD Commissioner.
The Mid-City Neighborhood Organization (“MCNO”) is responsible for appointing one MCSD Commissioner in 2015. This unpaid volunteer will serve a three-year term and work with four other MCSD Commissioners to supplement available City law enforcement resources by providing additional security patrols, assets and visibility to protect and serve the residents and businesses of Mid-City. MCSD Commissioners currently meet on a monthly basis, and perform additional work outside these meetings on an ad hoc basis.
To learn more about the MCSD, visit www.midcitysecuritydistrict.org.
To apply to become a Commissioner, simply e-mail your resume and a cover letter to email@example.com by February 15, 2015. Law enforcement, security industry, legal or accounting experience is a plus (but is not necessarily required), so be sure to include it – along with the reason you are interested in the position – in your cover letter.
You must be a registered voter and resident of the MCSD to be selected, and you can join the MCNO now by visiting http://mcno.org/about/join/. Unlike previous appointments, you need not be a City Park Triangle or Parkview resident to be selected – any Mid-Citizen living and registered to vote within the Security District boundaries is eligible. The MCNO Board of Directors will contact selected applicants to schedule interviews in late February, after which the MCNO Board of Directors will make the final appointment.
The MCNO values diversity and an inclusive culture. We encourage applications from all Mid-City residents and MCNO members without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, and veteran status.