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Administrative Services

All Divisions within the Sheriff's Office have contact with the public.  The difference is the specialization they offer within their service area.

DispatchCommunications represents the citizen's method of contacting the emergency 9-1-1 Center.  The county-wide 800 MHz radio system is a national model and continues to accommodate the needs of the county.  The Communications Services Manager oversees the Communications Center, personnel and budget. The Communications Center utilizes two 9-1-1 Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) Supervisors. A Terminal Agency Coordinator (TAC), whose responsibility includes state compliance on criminal justice matters and 13 full time and 2 part time dispatchers.  A 24-hour day, seven day a week operation demands adequate supervision and staffing for this critical operation.

The Administrative Manager oversees Records, Financial and Budget, Backgrounds, Police Contract Assistant, Personnel and Administrative Support.

The Records Unit includes: 1 Records Supervisor, 1 Lead and 4 Records Specialists and is the hub of coordinating, classifying and processing data associated with the Calls for Service generated through the Communications Center.

Dispatch2The Records Unit ensures that all records are processed  according to MNJIS (Minnesota Justice Information Systems) requirements,Sheriff’s Office procedures, e-charging and various other agencies requirements. Other duties include transcribing reports and statements, image scanning, citations, data entry of all information into the in-house RMS (Records Management System) and CIBRS (Comprehensive Incident Based Reporting System). The Records staff assist with walk-in citizens and their various requests.

The Financial Technician processes 175+ time cards each pay period, assists with tracking of employee hours to include contract communities, is responsible for various budgetary duties and county wide alarm billing. The Administrative Support Assistant is responsible for office wide claims processing, various financial and administrative duties while the Administrative Assistant provides reception duties to all incoming non-emergency phone calls and a wide variety of general public contact and administrative duties.

The Background Investigator conducts backgrounds on potential employees, volunteers and liquor license applicants; processes outside requests for in house record checks and all applications for permit to acquire and carry handguns.

To better serve our contract customers, in 2008, the Carver County Sheriff's Office hired a Police Contract Assistant.  The Police Contract Assistant works with the contract communities and provides information, statistics and support for the contract services.