|COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICER SUPV|
|SEIU Supervisor Exempt|
|Performs administrative and supervisory work in the field and office involving the performance of non emergency law enforcement duties, including but not limited to responding to non violent criminal incidents, accidents, and police service calls, and preparation of related reports. Work is performed under general supervision and performance is reviewed through reports submitted, meetings, and results obtained.|
|Plans, assigns, schedules and reviews the work of Community Service Officers on a designated shift; conducts unit line ups to disseminate necessary information to personnel and make unit assignments.
Responds to incident scenes to make investigative decisions, determine whether additional technical support is needed and provide necessary assistance to personnel; counsels staff and conducts performance evaluations.
Reviews police incident reports for completeness and accuracy.
Investigates citizen complaints against officers and recommends appropriate actions.
Participates in recruitment, selection, and training of assigned personnel.
Participates in the development and/or revision of operating policies and procedures.
Reviews, writes, and/or writes unit correspondence to ensure personnel kept informed.
Responds to non-emergency police calls and performs duties of Community Service Officer when needed; writes incident/accident reports in accordance with Departmental policy and procedures.
Provides basic first aid at accident scenes using knowledge of first aid methods and techniques; directs traffic to ensure minimum traffic congestion; takes initial report and standby for ambulance or sworn officer, if needed.
May testify in Traffic, County, and Juvenile Court and in depositions which include misdemeanor/felony cases, traffic infraction hearings, and criminal traffic hearings.
Performs of other related duties as assigned.
|Knowledge of laws, ordinances and policies governing law enforcement.
Knowledge of City government and departmental operations and geographic locations within the City.
Knowledge of the methods and practices of crime prevention, criminal investigation and identification, and basic crime scene processing techniques.
Knowledge of effective supervisory principles and practices.
Knowledge of first aid emergency medical treatment procedures.
Ability to plan, coordinate, and supervise the work of others
Ability to analyze information, draw valid conclusions and solve problems.
Ability to write and/or review police incident and management reports.
Ability to stand and walk for extended periods and to sit for several hours while operating a City vehicle.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with department officials, employees, and the general public.
Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.
Ability to use measuring tapes/wheels and draw sketches of accident sites.
|High School diploma and two (2) to three (3) years experience as a Community Service Officer and,or directly related experience; or the equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Some lead or supervisory experience required. A valid Florida Driver's License is required.
REVISED: 1/16/92 - BR
7/3/02 - VCJ - added notes