Criminal Identification Records Technician (Temporary)
Nebraska State Government - Omaha, NE

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This is a temporary full time position estimated to last six months from the date of hire. Location is 4411 South 108th Street.

Examples of Work:

Under immediate to general supervision, process criminal and non-criminal records; interpret, research, and verify arrest records for entry into the Criminal History Database System for access by law enforcement agencies, court systems, etc. Process criminal and non-criminal records by requesting, accepting, processing and verifying information from arresting agencies and court dispositions, utilizing the Patrol Criminal History and other criminal justice databases, as well as telephone and fax. Process teletype record checks by receiving, sorting and disseminating criminal history information over the teletype system. Process applications and conduct criminal history background checks for Concealed Handgun permit and explosive permit applicants.

Qualifications / Requirements:

REQUIREMENTS: Coursework, training, or experience in entering and maintaining alpha and numeric fields and computer databases. Must be at least 18 years of age. High school diploma or equivalent to ensure completion of required training.

OTHER: All positions in this class are subject to criminal history background checks as required by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Criminal Justice Information Systems (CJIS) Policy Section 4.5 Personnel Security. Basic requirement is a fingerprint based check within thirty days of employment. 28 CFR 20.36 requires the Nebraska State Patrol to execute the CJIS agreement and abide by the CJIS Council policies in order to acquire and retain access to the Intrastate Identification Index (III) for the State of Nebraska. Vision must be correctable to a range that will allow reading of detailed database information, and viewing of information displayed on computer terminals and printouts. Applicants must be free of felony convictions. Applicants cannot maintain a continuous association or dealings with persons, groups, or organizations that they know, or should know are persons or groups or organizations under criminal investigation or indictment or who have a reputation for present, ongoing involvement in felonious or criminal behavior. Applicant must successfully complete an extensive background screening prior to being employed, which may include completion of a Personal History Questionnaire.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Knowledge of: English grammar, spelling, syntax, vocabulary, and pronunciation rules and usage; law enforcement/criminal justice record keeping practices and systems; computer operations and standard software and hardware applications; office and data entry procedures. SKILL IN: Keyboarding and typing at 40 wpm net both numerical and alphabetical codes and other data.

Ability to: Communicate and interact with the public and members of the criminal justice community; standard office procedures and practices; file and record information using numerical, alphabetical, and other records keeping systems; type from rough draft copies; proofread and identify errors and make appropriate corrections; learn information sharing processes and forms used by the employing agency and other law enforcement and criminal justice agencies. Bilingual skills in English and Spanish desired, but not required.