STAFF DETAILS

Charles Maier
Security Director
cmaier@massillonschools.org

Building/Department Assignments:
Massillon City Schools - District Staff
Massillon City Schools - Administration
Massillon City Schools - Security

Phone Numbers
330 830-3901 x 51111 [Office]
Address(s)
1 Paul Brown Drive SE

Massillon, Ohio 44646


Biographical Information:
Charles V Maier has been the Security Director for the Massillon City Schools for 15 years. Prior to working with the Massillon City Schools he was a day shift supervisor for the Massillon City Police Department. His school career started in in January 2001. He was hired as the security administrator of the Massillon city schools.

Maier's career in law enforcement spans almost 4 decades, having been a Police Officer for the City of Massillon. He also served on the state of Ohio Fraternal Order of Police Executive board as second Vice President for six years. As a founding member of the Department of Homeland Security Chuck was appointed a liaison to the governors committee on school security. The Ohio police Chiefs Association appointed him to their safe schools conference committee. Chuck has been the incident command officer for the Paul Brown Tiger Stadium football games and state of Ohio playoffs.

Maier graduated from Washington high school and received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice, and had leadership training at Ohio State University. He also is a certified by the Ohio peace officers training Council as an instructor has instructed in the Alice emergency training for schools. He is also certified in investigative hypnosis, school resource officer, high-speed pursuit instructor, crucial conversations training, incident command systems, incident management, unified command, national incident management systems, hazardous materials, critical incident stress management, police officer bicycle course, community policing concepts, field training supervisor, unarmed self-defense, domestic violence training, labor-management, hostage negotiation, laws of arrest, rules of evidence, crime scene search, fingerprinting, forensic science, missing children, and rape crisis intervention.

Maier also received an officer of the year award by the Ohio Fraternal Order of Police, Crime Prevention award from the Stark County prosecutor, and the Presidential Call to Service award from President Bush along with a letter from the White House, and has several service accommodation letters.



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