The City of Elk Grove is offering an opportunity for creative, challenging, and rewarding work as a Real Time Information Center Supervisor within the Elk Grove Police Department. We are looking for a motivated and experienced professional who will take the lead and solve problems. We want your expertise and your drive to succeed.
The Real Time Information Center Supervisor provides first-line supervisory duties over staff responsible for the daily services and activities of the Police Department's Real Time Information Center. Duties include coordinating with public safety agencies, City departments and other entities to promote effective operations. The incumbent will train and direct staff in the monitoring, operating and interpreting of multiple interactive technological systems regarding emergency and criminal calls for service; and other related duties as assigned.
The City offers a competitive salary and generous benefit package including CalPERS retirement benefits, a deferred compensation match, flexible schedules and more.
The City of Elk Grove is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to creating a work environment in which all individuals are treated with respect and professionalism.
About City of Elk Grove
The Elk Grove Police Department was formed in 2006. Current staff includes 151 sworn officers and 108 professional staff. In 2018, there were 711 Priority 1 patrol calls, of which the average response time was 5.1 minutes. Total calls into the Command Center for 2018 were 152,224, of which 50,030 were 9-1-1 calls. Police Officers are assigned to one of five beats for the entire year with the goal of developing relationships with the community members within their assigned beat to strengthen police effectiveness and encourage cooperative efforts for a safer community. The Department utilizes Problem Oriented Policing and Crime Prevention Units to enhance community safety and crime prevention.
In 2019, the City opened an $18 million animal shelter, to be operated by the Police Department’s Animal Services Division. In an effort to be more responsive to crime, the Police Department opened its Real-Time Information Center (RTIC) and implemented an Intelligence-Led Policing model. Additional sworn and non-sworn staff continue to be added to meet the growing needs of the City and the Department.