The hours of
operation are 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday through
Friday, closed on all major holidays.
Property & Evidence
is staffed with a civilian member. The property
custodian handles and stores all evidence and
property that is seized or found until it is needed
for court, returned to its owner, or can be
destroyed. Destruction, disposal, or return of
property is determined by the type of property and
in accordance with federal, state, and local law.
entered into property &
evidence, can no longer be removed or even
physically examined without an authorized person
signing for it. All property & evidence is tracked
by electronic bar codes.
The Property &
Evidence custodian is responsible for applying for
court orders for the destruction of drugs and other
property that can not be released back into society.
crime analyst is responsible for collecting, collating,
analyzing and evaluating crime data. The analyst
prepares and disseminates crime analysis reports, maps
or other documents that show the interconnections of
crime activity in an effort to assist with the
allocation of manpower and departmental resources. The
analyst also maintains statistical crime data, a crime
database for analysis and uses Geographical Information
Systems and other crime analysis software to analyze the
information. The analyst is also a liaison for other
Crime Analysts from other agencies. The analyst
prepares weekly reports for the staff and detectives to
relay the information obtained. The analyst also does
other investigative duties such as preparing or
obtaining photo line ups, wage/hour checks, pawn file
checks, missing children alerts and bulletins,
background checks on suspects and maintains the Agency
Tip Line. The analyst also assists in finding, obtaining
and completing documentation for agency grant programs.
The Public Safety Aide
is responsible for providing services to the community
that are of a non-confrontational, non-emergency nature
and that do not require the services of a certified law
enforcement officer. The Public Safety Aide is
stationed at the police department and is an essential
part in greeting visitors. When the need arises, the
Public Safety Aide will respond to calls for service
assisting sworn police officers as needed.
An essential and
important element of this position is attitude which
includes the following: Interacting positively and
cooperating with co-workers, responding politely to
customers, working as a team member, functioning under
intense time pressure and responding in a positive
manner to supervision.
Public Safety Aide may perform other related duties and
tasks as required or directed, and shall have the
physical, mental and emotional abilities to perform the
essential job duties of the position.