- Discuss work problems or grievances with union representatives.
- Perform clerical duties such as typing, proofreading, and sorting mail.ne, mobile, person-to-person, and emergency calls.
- Answer emergency calls
- Log all calls and get monthly totals
- Emergency and non-emergency police and medical dispatching.
- Receive, interpret, record and dispatch calls according to set guidelines.
- Providing citizens with the best solution to problems.
- Acquiring an understanding of laws and codes at the city, county, state and federal level.
- Answered and listened to all 911 calls.
- Prioritized all calls.
- Transmitted information to responding officers through a radio.
- Sent the proper first responders to the correct location.
- Ensured officer safety.
- Communicate with co-workers and other agencies such as; Fire, EMS, and police to provide the proper help to the person in need.
- Recorded all notes and actions into call cards for records.
- Promotes positive public relations
- Reviews and dispatches calls for fire, police, and EMS
- Maintains record of arrest and personal property
- Receives and prioritizes calls and complaints concerning crimes, fires, and emergencies
- Perform computer record searches; check warrant status on field detainees and in custody suspects
- File warrants
- Answer office calls and faxes
- Able to handle high-stress multi-personnel calls while making quick decisions
- Able to initiate, facilitate, and moderate conversation under all circumstances
- Compile, administer, and report data intake and information to proper chain of command
- Ability to use radio system and decode NATO phonetics
- Be able to work with multiple agencies through out the county, state and federal governments.
- Must have map reading abilities and be able to coordinate multiple personnel
- Must be able to follow procedures diligently and document thoroughly