Manage, control, account for and distribute equipment and uniforms for all sworn and non-sworn employees of the Wilmington Police Department by issuing proper equipment and/or uniforms required for job performance, maintaining inventory of equipment, overseeing the auctioning of unclaimed property, coordinating shipping and receiving, maintaining license plate collection and documentation, repairing police radios and other equipment, and assisting the Evidence Technicians and Range Master with various tasks.
Maintain uniforms/equipment by issuing and documenting all uniforms, weapons, and equipment issued to Officers and civilians, preparing and submitting requisitions, utilizing the computer to submit requisitions, conducting wear tests on new uniforms and equipment. Faxing and copying, traveling to vendors, maintain inventory database and paper files in the quartermaster software. Responsible for proper documentation methods for body armor, uniforms and other equipment destruction.
Coordinate PropertyRoom.com for the auctioning of unclaimed property by bar coding items, creating manifests, lifting and moving items, determining which evidence or found property can be released for auction, entering information on to database, scheduling pickups, and loading items onto truck.
Coordinate shipping and receiving of items by signing for deliveries, inspecting items and logging all shipped items into the log in sheet as well as serial and model numbers of equipment, determining who items belong to, delivering packages, and ensuring outgoing packages are correctly packaged and labeled.
Coordinate license plate collection and documentation by ensuing paperwork is correctly submitted by officers, arranging for transport of plates to DMV, forwarding copies of all paperwork to Records Supervisor, and maintaining files.
Assist Evidence Technicians by answering phone calls and inquiries; assist the Range Master with ammunition, weapons and equipment inventory; and assist with repairs and tests to mobile radios as well as repairs to other equipment.
Education: High School Diploma or GED
Experience: Minimum one year of experience in inventory control, to include ordering and maintaining sufficient supply inventories, and coordinating off-site equipment repair, preferably for a municipality or law enforcement agency
Other Requirements: Valid Driver's License
Physical Requirements: Tasks involve frequent walking, standing, lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling of moderately heavy objects up to 50 pounds
Note: Criminal and driving history check is required
- Experience working in a law enforcement office preferred.
- Experience in proper handling of weapons, evidence and storage, distribution and accountability of materials, supplies and equipment.
- Ability to understand uniform/equipment contracts.