Under the direction of the PIEM Supervisor, processes electronic police occurrence reports, ensuring accurate entry and management of police information on the Police Information Management System.
(1) Verifies accurate linking and information entry of occurrence reports into the Police Information Management System, checking reports for inconsistencies and deficiencies against the requirements of the Regina Police Service policy.
(2) Confirms appropriate tasking procedures for all occurrence reports.
(3) Codes occurrence reports according to the uniform crime reporting rules for CCJS.
(4) Train all new users on the appropriate IEIS use and business processes for information flow.
(5) Acts as case management liaison for special projects, defining appropriate information management structure of the project on IEIS, maintaining appropriate tasking and linkage of information and other information management assistance as required for the project.
(6) Other related duties as required.
(1) Ability to learn and apply rules and procedures of IEIS, Autofund, CAD and Justice systems, Court documents, legal terminology, Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics incident based reporting rules, routing requirements and assignment procedures, Criminal Code, Provincial Statutes, Municipal bylaws, Highway Traffic Act, etc., and departmental policy with respect to police operations and procedure as it pertains to processing various types of incident reports.
(2) Grade 12 or Grade 12 equivalent and fully competent in the use of the English language.
(3) Minimum education of a certificate or diploma in Office Education from a recognized educational institution or equivalent.
(4) A demonstrated ability to successfully deliver training to other individuals OR related post secondary education.
(5) Efficient typist (minimum 50 wpm), word processing and computer knowledge with minimum one year experience in an office environment.
(6) Excellent communication skills and the ability to deal with persons in efficient and professional manner.
(7) Ability to work in a team environment.
(8) Ability to organize and prioritize work to respond to high demand and high degree of accuracy.
(9) Ability to analyze a situation based on policy and standards and make a decision accordingly.
NOTE: If a qualified applicant is not found within the Regina Police Service, this vacancy shall be open to qualified applicants of other City Departments and the general public. All outside candidates must undergo security screening.
Competition No: RPS19-032
Open Date: December 2, 2019
Close Date: December 16, 2019
Salary: $2,171 to $2,605 bi-weekly
$56,663 to $67,991 per annum
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