Communications & Records Supervisor
8AM - 5PM
$52,400 - $77,900
Under the direction of the Police Lieutenant, the Communications & Records Supervisor will supervise the Police Communications Center, a 24 hour/7 day per week operation with dispatch staff. The full range of supervision includes: determining staffing levels, recruiting/hiring, assigning work and work schedules, performance management, records management, and statistical reporting. The Communications & Records Supervisor ensures that all Public Safety Dispatchers meet the bi-annual Peace Officer Standards & Training (POST) continuing professional training requirements; and coordinates the equipment and service delivery for various communications systems (e.g. CAD/RMS systems and campus alarms).
Ability to supervise and train assigned staff in the relevant and necessary aspects of their duties.
Ability to safely operate motor vehicles.
Ability to communicate effectively in person and in writing.
Ability to operate computers and other relevant technology.
Experience performing all aspects of unit functions.
Working knowledge of the California Public Records Act and other law, regulation and University policy regarding police documentation and data.
Ability to manage and maintain records, forms, files, databases, and other information in accordance with storage, security and retention requirements.
Skill and ability to compile and analyze data and statistics for departmental, campus, reports or other purposes as assigned.
Ability to perform effectively under conditions of fluctuating workload, high call volume, interruptions and competing priorities and requirements.
Working knowledge and/or experience with POST standards and training.
Knowledge of the Jeanne Clery Act.
Knowledge of DOJ reporting requirements.
Working knowledge and familiarity with the California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (CLETS).
Working knowledge and/or experience providing fiscal administration support; development of policy, budget and other planning for the unit.
Knowledge of UCR campus locations, policies and procedures.
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