Community Services Officer
Under general supervision the Community Services Officer, on a regular or assigned shift, performs routine, non-hazardous and non-sworn law enforcement work in the field and in the Station; to carry out special assignments in a particular phase of law enforcement; and to do related work as required.
$3,425.07 – $4,371.47 Monthly
7/17/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
Typical tasks may include taking, preparing and processing routine non-emergency crime reports; provides traffic and/or crowd control; receives telephone calls according to department policy and standard procedures; furnishes information and direction to the public; takes custody and control of property and evidence and insure proper disposition of same; takes care and control of arrested persons in the capacity of relief jailer when required; locates and process abandoned vehicle; identify health and safety hazards and report to the appropriate agencies. Performs related work as required.
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Previous experience in dispatching public safety personnel and/or working in a law enforcement/correctional setting is highly desirable.
LICENSE REQUIRED: Possession of a valid and appropriate California Driver's License.
KNOWLEDGE OF: Correct English usage, spelling; punctuation and grammar.
ABILITY TO: Learn and apply operating policies, procedures and methods of the Police Department; learn to operate radio, telephone and teletype equipment; learn and apply advanced first-aid, CPR and lifesaving procedures; speak clearly and effectively; remain calm in stressful situations; prepare accurate written reports; understand and carry out oral and written direction; and establish and maintain cooperative relationships with those contacted in the course of work.