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Police Information Clerk - Direct Entry RPS18-034

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Job Order #: 5631370

Employer Name:
Regina Police Services
Wage/Salary Info:
$2,091 to $2,509 bi-weekly
Posted Date:
10-Jul-2018
Location:
REGINA
 
# of Positions:
1
Employment Terms:
Temporary:F-T
Education:
Adult Basic Education (ABE 12) Grade 12
Experience:
No Experience
Apply By:
24-Jul-2018
How to Apply?:
By mail, email, fax or via our website

Application Information

Employer Name:
Regina Police Services

Contact Name:
Human Resources

Contact Phone:
306-777-6441

Contact Fax:
306-777-6360

Contact Email:
civilianjobpostings@reginapolice.ca

Employer Website:
www.reginapolice.ca



Description

Key Responsibilities:
Under the direction of the CPIC Supervisor, processes police incident reports, ensuring accurate entry into the Police Information Management (IEIS) system and associated police information systems
(1)    Answers calls from the public for routine incidents as identified by service delivery policy and screened by Communications Centre, processes all details of police information report including supplementary reports, directly from victim onto the IEIS system, utilizing appropriate codes, issue case number to victim, notifies Communications Centre if any change to the report requires dispatch or notifies district if further investigation is required.
(2)    Enters HTA/TSA and CC if combined, AGRA, and municipal warrants to IEIS system and CPIC
(3)    Enter citation tickets (SOTIs) to IEIS system.
(4)    Other related duties as required.
Competencies:
(1)    Minimum Grade 12 or Grade 12 equivalent and fully competent in the use of the English language.
(2)    Efficient typist (minimum 50 wpm), word processing and computer knowledge with previous office experience.
(3)    Excellent communication skills and the ability to deal with persons in an efficient and professional manner.
(4)    Must be willing to work shifts.
(5)    Minimum of three months experience on IEIS, and knowledge of the Justice system, court documents, legal terminology, Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics incident based reporting rules, Criminal Code, Provincial Statutes, Municipal bylaws, Highway Traffic Act, etc. and departmental policy with respect to police operations and procedure relating to incident reports.

This is a term position for up to 12 months.

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