With the use of electronic reporting, crime information is available almost instantly once an officer writes a report. This technology has enhanced the officers' ability to do their job more safely, efficiently and accurately. In the future, additional programs will be added, such as automatic traffic and parking citation data entry, which will further improve our department’s use of technology in the law enforcement field.
Citizens who either come to the Kissimmee Police Department or call requesting information or assistance are put in contact with someone in the Records Unit. The unit consists of nine clerk technicians and one supervisor.
Some of the typical tasks and responsibilities handled by our support personnel are as follows: verification and data entry of all incident reports, accidents, traffic citations, parking tickets, case dispositions, field interview reports, bicycle registrations, alarm citations, assist public, answer phones, give directions, front lobby receptionist/switchboard operator, process fingerprint applicants (two days per week), route incoming deliveries, process all mail incoming and outgoing, make copies of reports, conduct special crime queries of information, language translation for officers and the public, receive all court subpoenas for department personnel, scan and store all incoming paperwork, maintain juvenile curfew City ordinance records, receive and receipt all department money, and handle any other problem or tasks presented on a daily basis.
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