Clerical Police positions support all Police Department functions from receiving employment applications to processing criminal incident reports and arrest documents. They are often referred to as Administrative Assistants, Civilian Staff, Non-Sworn or Non-Uniformed personnel. Administrative personnel must deal with a large variety of questions, problem solving issues and remain organized. Administrative personnel enjoy paid health insurance, sick and vacation leave, holiday pay and retirement benefits.
Clerical Police personnel must be, 18 years of age with a clear background and of good character. They also must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent.
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