Police Records Technician

Colleyville, TX
Colleyville Police Department

Salary: $17.61 – $25.56 Hourly.

Position Summary:

Under general supervision, the purpose of this position is to receive and process a wide variety of police reports and records; receive requests for police information in writing, over the telephone and in person; search computerized and manual filing systems; and provide copies of police records.

Essential Functions:

  • Receives, checks, collates, sorts, records, indexes and files arrest, accident, offense and related police reports and records.
  • Review case reports daily to ensure they are coded correctly, complete, and consistent with NIBRS requirements.
  • Prepares source documents for entry into computerized records system.
  • May enter information from source documents into a computerized records system by operation of an alphanumeric computer terminal.
  • Researches computerized and manual filing systems to obtain information and copies documents for use in investigations and court prosecutions.
  • Receives and provides probable cause affidavits in computerized and manual records systems for prior arrests and distributes copies of forms to municipal court.
  • Receives fingerprint cards from recent arrests to be filed and uploaded to correct case file.
  • Provides fingerprinting services to Colleyville residents.
  • Receives and uploads accident reports and distributes copies of requested reports.
  • Receives and fulfills background check requests from other agencies.
  • Conducts monthly activity reports and does weekly money transfers over to the municipal court.
  • Receives open records requests for information and/or copies of police records and reports; searches computerized and manual filing systems to obtain records requested; copies records; receives and accounts for fees received.
  • Interacts professionally and respectfully with the public, coworkers and others in the course of daily work.
  • Regular and timely attendance are required for this position.


  • Requires High School diploma or GED equivalent supplemented by one (1) year of experience or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities to successfully perform the essential functions of the job.
  • Requires Public Information Act certification.