These are some examples of job descriptions we have handpicked from real Police Dispatcher resumes for your reference.
- Handling general administrative phone calls on multi line phone system.
- Using communication skills to resolve issues and inform public and officers.
- Problem-solving under pressure involving life and death incidents.
- Use of Microsoft and Technical Computer Automated Dispatch Software.
- Evaluated all incoming emergency and non-emergency calls, dispatch appropriate officers based on call priority.
- Maintained constant radio control with all deployment of police officers assigned to their assigned channel.
- Ability to multitask while using police computer assisted dispatch (CAD), radio, and phone.
- Professionally trained newly appointed staff and successfully provided any necessary refresher training as needed.
- As a police dispatcher for the department I take both emergency and non-emergency calls from the public.
- I direct police officers to all calls requiring police assistance.
- I also assist in the detention and transportation of any suspects detained by the Police Department as needed.
- I review and make corrections as well as assisting in the filing of case files.
- Take inbound emergency and non emergency calls from medical staff, patients and visitors in and around the hospital.
- Radio police officers, PSO officers, parking attendants and engineering to assist with all emergency and non emergency calls.
- Disseminate high priority and high risk information to outside police agencies.
- Coordinated emergency assistance in incidents posing threats to state and national safety, well-being of law enforcement officers, and/or the general public while exercising sound judgement and resourcefulness.
- Provided logistical support for communication center operations involving the answering, evaluation, and prioritization of all incoming telephone calls regarding laws, departmental policies and procedures, road information, and missing persons.
- Oversaw the assembly and retrieval of intelligence information in support of local, state, and national security issues, including homeland security for law enforcement officials and the general public through criminal activity reports, criminal and traffic warrants, driver’s license and vehicle registration information, Amber alerts and criminal records.
- Responsible for responding to calls for emergency and non-emergency assistance in dispatching law enforcement.
- Transmits and received coded and conventional messages, differentiates between routine, priority/non-priority and emergency messages and initiates or follows through as required.
- Performs duties in a safe, efficient manner and in compliance with all applicable rules and safety procedures.
- I answer emergency and non-emergency phone calls and coordinates the response of law enforcement officers to crime and accident scenes.
- I use two-way radio systems to transmit details to officers to respond to calls as needed.
- I provide assistance to officers by answering queries about things like drivers license or warrant information.
- Monitored and coordinated police unit activity and assignments via police radio.
- Received emergency and non-emergency calls from the public and law enforcement via telephone, radio, and computer-aided dispatch systems.
- Entered and maintained files for persons or property pending arrest/recovery.
- Supervised inmates in a confinement setting and processing their bonds.
- Determining the significance of the call and assigning the appropriate level of police resources.
- Collaborating with department supervisors to monitor and control the response of the police officers.
- Be able to maintain their composure during periods of intense stress or during emergencies.
- Processes requests for calls for assistance including fire department, emergency medical transport and area police assistance.
- Records and maintains police logs, reports, statistics.
- Prepare a variety of reports for management review.
- Monitor radio transmissions, alarm panels, incoming emergency device activations and phone calls.
- Receive emergency and non-emergency calls by telephone, radio system or computer-aided dispatch system.
- Obtain the information needed to determine an appropriate course of action.
- Create and maintain logs of all calls including but not limited to police incidents and department related record keeping.
- Coordinated schedules and events with officers and supervisors to ensure shifts were covered in dispatch.
- Placed and received calls to other agencies as well as the general public in regards to civil, police, and emergency issues.
- Entered and filed Municipal, Misdemeanor, and Felony warrants in state/federal databases.
- Kept track of officers in the field and ensured safety while on calls, contacting them over radio or phones.