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Community Service Officer

Des Plaines, Illinois



City of Des Plaines

1420 Miner Street, Room 503

Des Plaines, IL 60016

Fax: 847-827-2792






Salary: $43,093 - $58,301

Population: 58,000

Sworn Officers: 70+

Application Deadline: 9/2/16




Performs standard regulation, citation and administrative work in non-sworn law enforcement activities. Shift work may be required.  Works under close supervision of the Police Support Services Manager and/or Police Patrol Supervisor.  May assist to coordinate, instruct, or supervise the work of new employees or other personnel as assigned.

Performs general patrol and traffic control functions to include the safeguard from and removal of roadway hazards; the investigation of private property traffic accidents; and assisting school crossings and other pedestrian related traffic concerns.

Responds to non-criminal service calls such as lockouts; abandoned automobiles; complaints of stray, injured and trapped animals and illegal dumping.

Enforces parking restrictions in all regulated areas of City; issues citations for parking and other violations to include the booting and de-booting of vehicles.

Performs front-desk duties involving the collection and organizing of all necessary information for criminal and non-criminal reports; responding to walk-in, electronic and telephonic requests; processing visitor access to police and other City facilities; and monitoring prisoners and other secured areas.

Assists sworn police officers with the search, investigation, and processing of prisoners; fingerprints, photographs, and collects information on persons for other non-criminal purposes.

Processes bond and arrest warrant information in preparation for hearing. Completes arrest paperwork; verifies and coordinates the processing of any arrest warrants with other agencies; and performs other police records duties as assigned.

Testifies in court and assists with Administrative Hearing Process; Collects monies associated with fees, fines and bonds; Performs other related duties as assigned by supervisor.


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