Admit and supervise defendants sentenced to the countywide Electronic Home Detention Program (EHDP). Admission includes placement of the EHDP device and explaining Program rules. Responsible for supervising EHDP defendants from admission until they are released from the Program. This includes monitoring EHDP defendants for compliance, submitting reports, requesting warrants, and testifying regarding Program violations.
Promote and adhere to the Vision, Mission, Core Principles, and Values of the Court.
Foster an inclusive and culturally competent work environment.
Promote, comply, and adhere to Court policies and procedures.
Contribute to a strong, supportive, and productive team environment.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE POSITION
Include, but are not limited to:
Admit defendants (both criminal and traffic) into EHDP, after verifying their Program eligibility (addresses, employment, work release, and any conditional release as allowed by the Court for probation, treatment, medical, etc.).
Verify victim addresses and contact information and identify any safety issues or concerns. Establish exclusion zones as necessary for victim safety.
Place EHDP devices on the defendants and explain the rules and regulations of EHDP and the consequences of noncompliance. Explain and demonstrate the battery charging and operation of the tracking device.
Supervise defendants by tracking their EHDP devices and monitoring their compliance with EHDP rules/regulations.
Contact defendants regarding Program noncompliance or violations.
Submit timely reports to the Judges regarding defendants’ compliance or violations.
Submit warrant requests to the Judges, as necessary.
Testify regarding defendants’ compliance or violations, as required by the Court.
Receive, document, and submit EHDP payments.
Facilitate the recovery of cut-off or discarded tracking equipment.
Schedule repairs and maintenance on EHDP assigned vehicles.
Enter new case and updated case information into WEJIS, JusticeWeb, and Behavioral Intervention (BI) websites.
Attend job specific training. May include overnight or out of state travel.
Any other duties related to admitting, supervising, or monitoring EHDP defendants.
Any duties determined necessary by the Chief or Deputy Chief of Supervision.
Diploma or GED, with experience in any of the following: court system, law
enforcement, detention facility, private security, or any other related field,
Current valid driver’s license and good driving
Ability to work closely with defendants,
including at the Jail and at their residences.
Ability to handle and defuse volatile situations
Ability to learn about EHDP rules and EHDP
Ability to learn WEJIS, Justice Web, and
criminal justice government websites.
Ability to work as part of the Court team.
with State and City laws, plus Court
security practices and procedures.
Familiarity with procedure for appearing and
testifying at Court hearings.
Willingness to complete Court security and
safety training, including unarmed self-defense training, Active Shooter
training, and Court-issued defensive weapon training.
Computer and electronic equipment knowledge,
including word-processing experience and website navigation skills.
Verbal and written communication skills,
including legible handwriting and accurate spelling and grammar.
Time management and organizational skills.
Independent judgment and experience working with
conduct and attire.
patience, objectivity, maturity, initiative, adaptability, and effectiveness
CANDIDATES AND EMPLOYEES ARE SUBJECT TO BACKGROUND CHECKS, DRUG
TESTING, AND COVID-19 VACCINATION POLICIES AND TESTING.
EMPLOYEES OF THE COURT ARE AT-WILL EMPLOYEES AND SERVE AT THE
PLEASURE OF THE COURT.
Please submit a resume with a cover letter and two professional letters of references on or before April 21, 2023 by 4:00 p.m. to: