Police Records Specialist
Tucson Police Department - Tucson, Arizona
- Application Deadline:
- Entry Level Salary:
- $13.06 hourly
The Tucson Police Department is seeking motivated and dedicated Police Records Specialists to join our team, and process and maintain criminal records and information in accordance with Federal and State laws and local regulations. An employee in this position also interacts with various agencies, organizations and the general public when distributing requested information in a friendly and professional manner. Examples of essential duties may include: Responds to requests from the public and other law enforcement/criminal justice agencies; accesses databases, pulls files, redacts information, copies files, collects fees and logs requests Maintains information on local wanted/missing persons and property in local, state and federal databases through entry, cancellation, modification, deletion, verification and confirmation of information Prioritizes, organizes and maintains manual and automated filing systems. Indexes information from police reports into nationwide databases, and ensures accuracy and completeness of this information.
While this is an exciting opportunity to work for the Tucson Police Department, please consider the following job elements before applying: Successful performers in this position prefer a fast-paced energetic environment of a large busy office. They are able to work on several projects simultaneously, but can prioritize assignments quickly and readily adapt to changing circumstances. They accept a shift work position knowing the schedule may be quite different from that of relatives and friends - while at the same time learning to appreciate and take advantage of what a shift work lifestyle has to offer.
Formal training period for 90 days requires study of written procedures as well as hands-on training experience. Probationary period is 18 months. Work is fast-paced and often stressful and requires the ability to adjust quickly to changing job assignments and to maintain confidentiality. Rotating work schedules are required every 4 months. Four 10-hour shifts per week and include evenings, weekends and holidays. Overtime work will be required as necessary. Upon completion of training period, you will be assigned to one of below shifts:WHAT IT TAKES It will take high ethical standards, integrity, leadership, courage, and a team effort to become a City of Tucson Police Records Specialist. This career demands individuals to be mature and have personal responsibility that is in line with TPD's values and code of ethics. The following minimum requirements are required:
- High School Diploma or GED
- One year of experience involving record keeping, handling of confidential record keeping, handling of confidential records and customer service
- Ability to type 35 net words per minute
- No felony convictions or drug abuse
- Age: : 18
- Education: : High School Diploma or GED
- Experience: : none required