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This position is responsible for entering and checking data in the Georgia Criminal Information Center (GCIC), the National Criminal Information Center (NCIC), and the Sheriff’s Office information management system and must be available to work various shifts.
Enters alphabetic, numeric, or symbolic data from written reports to the computer information management system following format displayed on the screen; compares data entered with source documents, or re-enter data in verification format to detect errors.
Receives warrants enters warrants into a database system and maintains records concerning warrants locations and status. Performs other data entry duties into state and national systems to include, but not limited to, the following:
Enters data into GCIC/NCIC system; checks for accuracy of records; Keeps daily logs indicating the number of, and types of, entries entered, canceled, and verified;
Notifies appropriate personnel in “HIT” confirmation procedures;
Validates and updates the stolen articles, vehicles, guns, boats, etc. file; cancel records when necessary; Maintain copies of entries and associated paperwork;
Send teletypes to other agencies as necessary.
Maintains radio contact with Civil and Warrants Division personnel.
Maintains logs of driver’s history and criminal history records obtained via the CJIS network.
Responsible for after-hours administrative and clerical work including answering phones and responding to public inquiries.
Maintains logs of warrants received, signed out, and recalled/set aside. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Knowledge of GCIC/NCIC rules and regulations, operations manual, policy manual, and completion of proper forms.
Knowledge of County and agency policies, procedures, rules, and regulations. Knowledge of Sheriff’s Office information database.
Knowledge of law enforcement policies and procedures related to reporting.
Skill in operating modern office equipment.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships within the Sheriff’s Office, with other county employees, and with the public.
Ability to attain certification as a CJIS Network Operator.
Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Ability to handle multiple interruptions and adjust priorities throughout the day.
Ability to accurately enter detailed information into various computer systems.
High school diploma or equivalent.
One to three years of related experience preferred.
Will be required to obtain certification as a basic terminal operator for the CJIS Network within 30 days (agency training provided).
May be required t demonstrate data entry skills through completion of a skills test during the pre-employment process.
Equivalent combination of education and experience.