Administrative Analyst (Police)
Revised: June 2004
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ADMINISTRATIVE ANALYST (POLICE)
Under direction, supervises and schedules staff (Records Specialist and Office Assistant Seniors) that supports and
maintains a public service walk-in counter and management of law enforcement reports, records and information
systems. Performs a variety of specialized activities and administrative staff support work involving research,
organization, analysis and presentation of information and data needed to plan and evaluate departmental services,
and otherwise provides support to projects and assistance to senior staff, department members, City staff and the
REPRESENTATIVE ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (Note – This list is intended only to
illustrate the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements does not exclude
them from the position. )
Manages the criminal history records function according to state and federal guidelines. Determines actions to be
taken in situations not covered in established procedures. Assists staff in resolving difficult issues.
Supervises the public service walk-in counter function which receives, records and responds to complaints, reports
requests and inquiries, warrant termination, fingerprinting, licensing, permits, and property retrieval from citizens.
Provides information and assistance to other various agencies related to operations and activities. Maintains
appropriate hourly coverage for operating hours.
Supervises staff that collects, files, maintains, disseminates, archives, purges and destroys criminal history records in
several media. Assures efficient operation and compliance with established procedures, monitors and reviews the
work of personnel to assure assignments are completed in an accurate, timely and efficient manner.
Monitors and participates in a variety of computer-related functions; implements programs and procedures for IS