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Safe Schools Coordinator

Local Address: Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
Iredell Statesvile Schools

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"It's tremendously difficult to fill the ..., 29 Oct 2007 [cached]
"It's tremendously difficult to fill the ranks with quality applicants and not reduce our standards," said Steve Hampton, Statesville police chief and a commission member who reviews cases of troubled officers.
After McIver's 20-year run at the Raleigh Police Department ended in 2000, he got a job with the N.C. Central University police.He traded his $48,355 Raleigh police salary for $33,558 in annual wages.
Within eight months, women at N.C. Central University began complaining that McIver sexually harassed them, according to commission records.He resigned during an internal investigation.
From there, he went to WakeMed Hospital police in the fall of 2001.On his application, McIver didn't mention the bad terms under which he left Raleigh police and N.C. Central police.He told WakeMed officials that he left N.C. Central because he was "commuting too far," according to commission records.WakeMed officials fired McIver in 2003 after he accidentally fired his weapon into the hospital.There, too, McIver was the target of sexual harassment complaints, records show.
McIver, now 49, didn't mention his bad exits from the Raleigh Police Department and N.C. Central police when the State Capitol Police offered him a job two months after he left WakeMed.He did report his dismissal from WakeMed, referencing his shooting incident.Some police chiefs say they are suspicious when they see a long list of employers over a short time span.
"If they've skipped from a department where they made $35,000 to a department offering $30,000, something's not clicking," said Hampton, the Statesville chief.
Charlotte Observer | 04/05/2006 | Man accused of beating women claims innocence, 5 April 2006 [cached]
Police chief Hampton to retire; move will be effective on Aug. 1
Statesville Police Chief Stephen Hampton announced his retirement Tuesday, effective Aug. 1.Hampton, 51, has led the department since December 1994.Previously, he was the police chief in Elkin from 1988 to 1994.He has been an N.C. law enforcement officer since December 1975."It's been a heck of a ride," he said.
He said he will stay until Aug. 1 because the department's longtime assistant chief retired April 1 and he wants to help the department make that transition first.
"Statesville's been great to me," he said."I'm very thankful City Council and the City Manager have trusted me to be the chief since 1994."
City Manager Rob Hites said in a news release that Hampton "has performed his job with tremendous professionalism and we will miss him."
Steve Hampton Safe Schools ..., 30 Mar 2014 [cached]
Steve Hampton Safe Schools Director
Steve Hampton, safe schools ..., 5 Oct 2012 [cached]
Steve Hampton, safe schools coordinator for Iredell-Statesville Schools, opened his presentation about Lake Norman High School at Monday's Board of Education Committee of the Whole meeting with a joke.
"I was hired in 2009, and I think I worked all day before I heard complaints about Lake Norman traffic," Hampton said.
Hampton said on the worst days people have been stuck in the parking lot past 4:15 p.m., more than an hour after school lets out.
In the meantime, Hampton said they fixed as many problems as possible.
"Everywhere that there's been a problem we have worked with the folks down there," Hampton said.
But the greatest improvement, and what has trimmed the clearing of the parking lot down to between 3:45 and 3:48 p.m., Hampton said, was mixing in the cars with the buses.
Before this year, LNHS was sending all its buses out of the parking lot at one time. When the buses got lined up at the Doolie Road and Highway 150 intersection, they held up traffic because buses are not allowed to turn right on red, which 31 of the 36 buses must do at that light. Not only were the buses taking several cycles to get through the light, their slow pace was shortening the length of time the light was green for all the parents and students behind them.
"We were shooting ourselves in the foot...because the light at Doolie Road was reading that as light traffic," Hampton said, which meant there was 30 seconds less of green light each cycle than there should have been.
Hampton said outside of a few students who lose patience and drive unsafely, he is pleased for now with the traffic at the school.
"We love what it is doing right now," Hampton said.
Iredell County Partnership Board of Directors, 3 Aug 2006 [cached]
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