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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Objective:   Seek the Position of Police Records Officer

SUMMARY:   Remarkably talented and resourceful Police Records Officer with huge experience performing a variety of assigned general clerical and administrative support duties involved in the preparation and processing of Police records.

Summary of Qualifications
  • Seven years experience.
  • Thorough knowledge of applicable Police Department and City codes, policies, and procedures, including the Minneapolis Vehicle Code, Penal Code, Welfare and Institutions Code, Health and Welfare Code, and the Rainbow Municipal Code.
  • Profound knowledge of court procedures, offense code citations, warrants, and state requirements on reporting offenses for criminal tracking.
  • Solid knowledge of modern office methods, practices, and procedures.
  • Uncommon ability to interpret and apply laws, codes, policies, and procedures related to the processing of law enforcement documents.
  • Strong ability to maintain complete and accurate records and files.
  • Exceptional ability to operate or quickly learn to operate the Minneapolis Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (MLEWS/MLETS database).
  • Immense ability to work with individuals from a variety of socioeconomic backgrounds.
  • Remarkable ability to perform a full range of specialized public safety clerical work with minimal supervision.
  • Solid ability to communicate effectively with others, both orally and in writing, using both technical and non-technical language.
  • Profound ability to understand and follow oral and written policies, procedures, and instructions.
  • In-depth ability to prepare and present accurate and reliable reports containing findings and recommendations.
  • Strong ability to operate a personal computer using standard or customized software applications appropriate to assigned tasks.
Professional Experience

Police Department, Rainbow County, Minneapolis
2002 - Present

Police Records Officer II
  • Collect and prepare documents for all arrests and citations, including forwarding documents to appropriate department or division, indexing a wide variety of violations and notifications, compiling and distributing complaints, completing NCIC audits, and booking information, fingerprint cards, photographs, and other law enforcement reports.
  • Assemble and compile information for a variety of complete departmental, state, and other statistical reports, including verifying accuracy and completion of reports, and maintaining accurate files.
  • Perform a variety of administrative support and clerical functions, including answering and directing telephone calls and calls for service, distributing departmental mail, performing necessary data entry, responding to and referring public inquiries, maintaining office supplies and equipment, and transcribing taped statements.
  • Process parking citations, revenue, and arbitrations, including verifying accuracy of information, collecting daily revenue, issuing payment receipts, sending delinquent accounts to collections, and updating citation status in computer database.
  • Process registrants for sex, drug, arson, and violent predator crimes, including gathering all necessary paperwork and information, verifying identity and familiarity with current rules and regulations, and updating files as required.
  • Compute payroll for all Police department personnel when assigned, including compiling time cards, tracking absences and overtime requests, processing civil subpoena refunds and billings for officer services, and answering payroll and Memorandum of Understanding questions for Police departmental staff.
  • Receive and respond to subpoenas of records and record requests as assigned, including maintaining specific knowledge as to what may be released in accordance with established regulations.
  • Perform background checks upon requests for employment purposes.

Police Department, Rainbow County, Minneapolis
2000 - 2002

Police Records Officer I
  • Read, interpreted, classified, coded police reports based on both established interagency standards.
  • Coded information contained in police reports.
  • Entered, modified, and cancelled data from police reports into special databases.
  • Notified officers of report writing errors and instructed on proper report writing procedures.
  • Retrieved, interpreted, and disseminated information from law enforcement computer systems, databases, and other sources.
  • Distributed and received reports of investigative details to/from other law enforcement entities.
  • Established, updated, and maintained computer-aided records for victims, arrested persons, case files, and property.
  • Organized files by name, case, and address.
  • Processed a variety of miscellaneous documents according to established procedures, laws and mandates, and some within court mandated time frames.
  • Duplicated and distributed copies of police reports to officers, investigators, outside agencies, and other interested parties, applying public records and privacy laws and City policies in the release of information and documents.
  • Received walk-in guests and telephone inquiries from a variety of individuals.
  • Initiated and received telephone calls, provided information and resolved matters, and routes calls.

Education

MLETS Certification

High School Diploma (2000)




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