The Clerical Victim Witness Assistant in the Fast Track Domestic Violence Program performs specialized clerical duties assisting the Victim Witness Specialists in preparing daily Fast Track program cases.
Collects all law enforcement case information and creates a District Attorney file on all misdemeanor domestic violence cases.
Accurately inputs all case file information into the case management system database and generates corresponding paperwork for the file and for the victim.
Provides support to the Victim Witness Specialists in completing all court cases on the daily court docket.
Interacts with Deputy District Attorneys, County Court Secretaries and other Victim Witness Staff members.
Generates case disposition documents for the victim and the law enforcement agencies.
Maintains case records and files.
Collects and reports statistical information on a monthly basis.
Interacts with a variety of criminal justice personnel to obtain information for daily cases including court personnel, law enforcement agencies, pretrial services, detention facilities, probation, and diversion.
May assist in coordination of scheduling transportation for victims or witnesses for court events and arranging for interpretation services for non-English speaking victims and witnesses.
Performs a variety of clerical tasks including sending mail, photocopying, scanning, making standard files, and maintaining and establishing accurate case file information.
Performs other miscellaneous tasks, such as monitoring supplies, checking on stats of warrant cases, and maintaining warrant files.
Uses common office machines and computer programs including Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel.
Performs any other tasks as requested by the Assistant Director.
Associate degree in criminal justice, social science, human services, or a related field and 1-2 years of related experience, preferably involving work in a victim-witness program, or case work in a court setting: or any equivalent combination of training an experience which provides required knowledge. Knowledge of the dynamics of domestic violence, the Colorado Victims' Rights Amendment, and the judicial system helpful. Excellent communication and teamwork skills are a necessity.
The hired candidate must have a valid Colorado license within 30 days of hire.
Offer of employment contingent on successful criminal and MVR check.