Help us Celebrate Law Enforcement Records and Support Personnel Day
The Executive Board of the California Law Enforcement Association of Records Supervisors has proclaimed November 6, 2018 as “Law Enforcement Records and Support Personnel Day."
Law enforcement agencies rely heavily on Records personnel to fulfill daily responsibilities, including processing crime and accident reports, warrants, traffic and parking citations, subpoenas, register sex, narcotic, arson and gang offenders, produce statistical crime information to the Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigations, provide radio support to police officers in the field, conduct prisoner searches and are responsible for the release of information to the public.
SCPD's Records personnel provide exceptional service to the community, fellow employees, the courts and the District Attorney’s Office. Please join us in acknowledging and thanking Records personnel for their dedication, commitment and professionalism!
The Santa Clara Police Department will be initiating recruitments for Police Records Specialist II ($78,672-$100,296 annually) and Police Records Supervisor ($86,976-$110,700 annually) in the near future. The complete job description, with benefit information is available on the City of Santa Clara Human Resources website and at www.IamSCPD.org. If you find yourself interested in a civilian career in law enforcement, subscribe to receive notification of the pending job announcement.