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Police Accreditation, Grants, Evidence & Property Coordinator
Salary $61,000.00 – $93,000.00 Annually
Job Type Full Time
Work Objective

Under the general direction of the Police Chief, the purpose of this classification is to perform:
Effective and efficient planning, coordinating, and management of the accreditation and re-accreditation programs. Administers the accreditation processes to ensure compliance with standards from established State and Federal agencies. Responsible for grant administration, research, analyses, inspections, audits associated with grants. Responsible for receiving, logging, inventory, control, and distribution of evidence, narcotics, monies, firearms, and property.

Examples of Essential Functions
The list of essential functions, as outlined herein, is intended to be representative of the tasks performed within this classification. It is not necessarily descriptive of any one position in the class. The omission of an essential function does not preclude management from assigning duties not listed herein if such functions are a logical assignment to the position.

Accreditation Coordinator
Administration of the accreditation process, ensuring compliance with standards developed by state and national accreditation bodies, as applicable.
Management of the electronic policy management system, including the proper updating of policies, creation of user accounts, and ensuring accountability for policy review by employees.
Ensure that policies and practices are updated as required by accreditation standard changes.
Prepare the department for accreditation and re-accreditation recognitions.
Represent the police department along with the Chief of Police or designee at accreditation meetings or award recognition events.
Assist other agencies with accreditation program tasks as directed.
Provide accreditation training to newly hired employees – ensure all required entry-level training is provided.
Coordinate and serve as host to both national and state on-site assessments conducted every- four years. Serves as a liaison between Intra/interagency personnel, and between department and accreditation bodies.
Draft, review and revise all agency policies as required by accreditation standard, department policy or as needed. Maintain current knowledge of State/Federal statutes and regulations.
Conduct research during policy revision utilizing other agency’s policies, and various accreditation databases/forums. Make a recommendation based on accreditation inspections.
Work closely with command staff members and supervisors to ensure compliance with time-sensitive inspections, reviews, and reports. Inspect records/reports and maintain historical directives.
Maintains master and archive files for agency written directives. Distribute written directives/ policies including any changes or revisions to agency personnel. Utilize the police department’s PowerDMS software system.
Attends conferences and training to receive education on new trends and standards as it relates to the accreditation.

Grants Coordinator
Apply for and manage available grant opportunities including completion of all required follow-up reporting.
Researches available government and private foundation grants; coordinated and directs grant writing activities for federal, state, and local funding; prepares grant proposals and writes grant applications as directed. Oversees the development and maintenance of grant funding resource database and library.
Attends conferences and training to receive education on new trends and standards as it relates to law enforcement grants.

Evidence and Property Coordinator
Barcodes and enters all property received in required documents or databases; sorts, files, transports, tags, stores, and inventories evidence and property, including firearms, weapons, contraband, narcotics, bicycles, and other property.
Processes and files incoming, returned, and outgoing property receipts.
Researches and notifies the owners of found property or property that can be returned to their rightful owners.
Prepares and inventories accurate lists of guns, firearms, and narcotics to be destroyed and monies for deposit.
Responsible for the inventory and designation of items to be auctioned.
Responds to in-person and telephone inquiries; provides information to the public about property in the custody of the Police Department.
Maintains accurate information in documents or databases of all property in inventory and the current location of the same following acceptable standards of chain-of-custody requirements.
Researches, locates, and gathers evidence for Police Department personnel.
Knowledge of, or the ability to learn, standard fingerprinting procedures for fingerprinting the general public and applicants for employment.
Attends conferences and training to receive education on new trends and standards as it relates to the law enforcement evidence and property function.
Additional Functions
Performs general/clerical tasks, typing documents, making copies, scanning, filing documentation, utilization of email and telephone for communication. Assists other employees or departments as needed.

Minimum Qualifications
Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, Public Administration, Business Management or closely related field from an accredited college or university. Ten (10) years of law enforcement experience, with at least five (5) years in a supervisory position. Possession of and ability to maintain a valid State of Florida Driver’s License. Florida Accreditation Manager Certification or the ability to obtain within six (6) months of employment. Property & Evidence Association of Florida Evidence Specialist Basic Certification or the ability to obtain within Twenty-four (24) months of employment.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
Masters Degree in criminal justice, public administration, or a closely related field from an accredited college or university. Experience in supervising, coordinating, and presenting training within a law enforcement environment. Supervisory experience in a command-level law enforcement position. Prior experience in law enforcement accreditation.

The candidate is subject to interview(s), medical testing (including drug screening), and a comprehensive background investigation.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
In addition to meeting the minimum qualifications listed above, an individual must be able to perform each of the established essential functions to perform this job successfully.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Advanced knowledge of law enforcement procedures, practices, and guidelines with an emphasis in the area of accreditation, policy creation, grants, and property and evidence management.
Advanced knowledge of clerical procedures and systems such as managing files and records, and other office procedures and terminology
Skill in working independently and following through with assignments with minimal supervision
Ability to operate a computer using Microsoft Office products (Word, Outlook, and Excel) and use applicable department and organization-specific software
Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing
Ability to establish and maintain effective and cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work
Ability to exercise sound judgment and maintain confidentiality regarding critical and sensitive information, records, and reports
Ability to provide exceptional internal and external customer service
Ability to follow oral and written instructions
Ability to organize work for timely completion
Ability to regularly attend work and arrive punctually for designated work schedule

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Depending on the functional area of assignment, tasks involve the ability to exert light physical effort usually involving some lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling of objects and materials of lightweight (up to 40 pounds). Usually involves some climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, walking or standing.

ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS:
Tasks are regularly performed inside without exposure to adverse environmental conditions (e.g., dirt, cold, rain, fumes).

SENSORY REQUIREMENTS:
Some tasks require manual dexterity, in addition to visual and hearing acuity. Some tasks may involve identifying and distinguishing colors. Some tasks require the ability to perceive and discriminate visual cues or signals. Some tasks require the ability to communicate orally and in writing.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS – EMERGENCY RESPONSE AND ESSENTIAL EMPLOYEE STATEMENT
Every City employee has emergency response responsibilities, though not every position will be considered an essential employee during an emergency event. All employees are subject to recall around the clock for emergency response operations, which may require irregular work hours, work at locations other than the normal work location, and may include duties other than those specified in the employee’s official job description. Assignments in support of emergency operations may be extensive, with little advance notice, and may require employees to relocate to emergency sites with physically and operationally challenging conditions.
Preference shall be given to eligible current city employees. All vacancies are open until filled unless otherwise specified. The City of Marco Island is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The City of Marco Island is a drug-free and smoke-free workplace.
The City of Marco Island offers a wide range of employee benefits. Below is a summary of the comprehensive benefits package we have to offer you when you join our team.
The City of Marco Island Employees participates in a Cafeteria-Style benefits plan. The cost of any benefit chosen by the employee is deducted from each paycheck.
Health Insurance: The City currently offers a PPO (Preferred Provider)-type health insurance plan provided by United Healthcare/Florida Municipal Insurance Trust.
Dental Insurance: The City currently offers a PPO (Preferred Provider)-type dental insurance plan provided by Delta Dental.
Vision Insurance: The City currently offers a PPO (Preferred Provider)-type vision insurance plan United Healthcare/Florida Municipal Insurance Trust.
Supplemental Insurance: The City currently offers 4 types of supplemental insurance provided by AFLAC.
Life Insurance and AD&D: The City offers a $50,000 life insurance and accidental death and dismemberment policy for employees.
Additional Life Insurance: The City offers Additional Life in units of $10,000 to a maximum of $300,000. The minimum amount you can elect is $10,000. Employees can elect up to $80,000 with no medical questions. Spouse coverage is available in units of $5,000 to a maximum of $150,000, but not to exceed 50 percent of your Additional Life coverage. Employees may also elect $10,000 of Dependents Life insurance for eligible children.
Short-term Disability: The City offers a short-term disability benefit that would provide a weekly benefit of 60% of $1,667 of your insured pre-disability earnings reduced by deductible income. The plan maximum weekly benefit is $1,000 and the minimum is $15. The benefit waiting period is 30 days (accidental injury and other disabilities) the time that you must be continuously disabled before benefits become payable.
Long-term Disability: The City offers a long-term disability benefit that would provide 60% of covered salary after the employee is disabled for six months. The premium for this insurance is .54 percent of salary. For example: calculate monthly salary x .54 ÷ 100 = monthly premium.
Retirement Savings: The City contributes 6.5% of base earnings to a 401 retirement savings plan for non-bargaining unit employees.
For IAFF bargaining unit members the City offers a Section 175 Pension Plan.
For FOP bargaining unit members the City offers a Section 185 Pension Plan.
Deferred Compensation Plan: The City offers a 457 Deferred Comp retirement savings plan for its employees. Contributions to this plan are voluntary.
Medical and Dependent-Care Savings Accounts: The City offers two types of pre-tax savings accounts that can be used to reimburse the employee for qualified medical or dependent-care expenses not covered under any other benefit. Any funds deposited must be spent by the end of the plan year each year or they are forfeited. Contributions to this plan are voluntary.

THIS INFORMATION IS PROVIDED AS A SUMMARY OF THE BENEFITS AVAILABLE. SOME RESTRICTIONS AND CLAUSES APPLY.