City Seeking Police Records Specialists

The Tucson Police Department is hiring police records specialists to maintain criminal records and information in accordance with state, federal, and local regulations. This position will work on several projects simultaneously while prioritizing assignments quickly and remaining flexible to changing priorities.

Job responsibilities also include responding to requests from the public and law enforcement community by determining the requester’s right to information, accessing and pulling files from multiple databases, and processing information in accordance with laws and time constraints. A high school diploma or equivalent, at least one year of record keeping, handling confidential records, and the ability to type 35 words per minute are minimum qualifications for this position.

The work schedule for police records specialists will require rotating shifts, weekends, and holidays. Applications are due by May 23. A written exam and typing test will take place May 29. Oral board and written assessments will be conducted May 31.