$20.59-$29.24 Hourly / $3,568.93-$5,068.27 Monthly / $42,827.20-$60,819.20 Yearly
Reviews, evaluates, and critiques offense, incident, crash, and supplementary reports to ensure minimum department standards are met or exceeded obtaining and maintaining certificates and authorization to access otherwise restricted databases to fulfill the job requirements; review all entries made by officers through mobile reporting for special data processing entry within the Police Internal Records Management System; monitor Records Management System logs to ensure all entries are accurate and complete; continually monitor pending information required from officer for actions performed during their shift so that all actions are in compliance with rules and regulations; reviews daily field interview reports and identifies data elements; extracts report data and ensures entry into the automated files using standardized formats and assures sufficient detail.
Makes corrections to the database and completes a supplemental police report detailing the corrections or additions made to the original report. Searches various databases in an attempt to contact the complainant or victim due to incorrect or invalid contact information; completes a supplemental report documenting their efforts and corrections; enter, modify, supplement, and cancel criminal history information in the Florida Crime Information Computer (FCIC) National Crime Information Computer (NCIC) databases and notify law enforcement agencies or departments of actions taken as appropriate and timely audits of computer entries, extensive research and latent investigations that are performed precisely and promptly.
Respond to telephone, electronic, or teletype criminal history information requests from federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies and departments related to warrants, vehicle registrations, missing persons, stolen vehicles/property, guns, license plates, boats aircraft, immigration status, injunctions, protection orders, and unidentified persons.
Prepares information reports from automated, manual or feedback sources in an attempt to identify known criminal offenders; may respond to specific requests for assistance from investigative elements by searching for particular trends, preparing association matrices, or charts, and appropriate investigative lead reports.
Perform other related duties as required.
Considerable knowledge of: research and analytical techniques in the extraction and presentation of crime data.
Working knowledge of: English grammar, punctuation, and spelling; effective communication techniques.
Some knowledge of: federal, state, and county laws, ordinances, and regulations governing the dissemination of criminal information; law enforcement terminology; practices used to receive and assess calls for assistance; records management system standard operating procedures; general office policies, procedures, and practices; agency policies, procedures, and guidelines; audio communications equipment operation.
Skilled in: typing with minimal errors; using various computer software programs.
Ability to: follow established procedures; communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; handle confidential information; collect, organize, and evaluate data and to develop logical conclusions; sort, retrieve, and file material using alphabetic, numeric, and chronologic systems; operate a personal computer, peripheral equipment and assigned software; maintain work related records and prepare reports; use a computer and related software; learn and interpret pertinent laws, statutes, ordinances, and standard operating procedures necessary to perform the job; prepare accurate, complete and grammatically correct police reports.