Duties of a DPD Records Technician

  • Review and audit incident reports, including determining department classification, UCR classification, and making other changes and corrections
  • Process requests for information either by telephone, mail, e-mail, or in person
  • Enter data and extract information from computer, including incident and accident reports, arrests, vehicle tows, and other data as necessary
  • Accurately maintain a variety of departmental files, purge files, seal or expunge arrest information
  • Collect fees, enter information into the cash register and prepare and submit deposits according to agency policies
  • Enter stolen property and/or missing persons into NCIC/GCIC computer and maintain GCIC Terminal Certification
  • Compile statistics for the department’s monthly statistical report, UCR report, and/or the Records Section Unit Activity Report
  • Process criminal history record checks for taxi cab/alcohol sale applications, employment purposes and individual requests
  • Receive, research, enter and maintain files for active, dismissed, and cleared warrants
  • Use Record Management and Imaging Systems to research, correct, scan, and print reports
  • Greet visitors and provide assistance to the public, agency members and volunteers
  • Sort, distribute and receive mail deliveries
  • Train new employees on new tasks
  • Perform duties during absence of supervisor/co-worker