The Records Manager is
a non-supervisory position which performs a variety of detailed and
responsible clerical and administrative support duties including, but not
limited to, managing all police records, coordinating administrative details,
typing correspondence, extensive use of word processing applications,
collection and organization of information, and record retention. This
position often serves as the main point of contact for the general
Department files, offense reports, arrest reports, accident reports and
various other records.
Maintain and prepare
FBI – Uniform Crime Report (UCR).
files and Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) files.
and other personnel as needed.
Respond to court
requests and documentation.
Testify in court as
Police Department Records Custodian.
Receives and routes
calls. Documents messages from telephone calls and directs them to the proper
ascertains the nature of their business, and assists or directs guests to
Receive and process
Open Records Requests for the Department.
Uses routine features
of computer hardware and related software applications.
correspondence, reports, and statements from recordings or handwritten text
using Microsoft Office Suite software.
coordinates office activities.
and maintains information from predetermined sources for reports and studies.
Makes copies of
correspondence or other printed material using copy machine.
Assist Police Chief
with a wide range of topics and needs.
Other duties as