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Working as a civilian employee provides people the chance to serve their community in a number of ways. Civilians play a vital role in JSO’s success as a law enforcement agency.

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Records and Identification Unit is a critical support function of the agency, providing records and information management systems and state-of-the-art identification services and technologies. The Records Unit consists of Records, Data Input, Warrants, Validations, Citation Accountability Units. Fingerprint technicians are assigned to the Identification Unit, which is a 24-hour, seven day a week operation. Fingerprint technicians are responsible for the electronic capture, searching and storage of biometric data (fingerprints, palm prints, photographs), recording arrest and/or processing data to updated local files.

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Police Services Technician
As a Police Services Technician, you will perform a wide variety of non-sworn specialized, technical and general office duties in support of the police function.  You may process offense and accident reports; process warrants; maintain police data; conduct name and criminal history searches through local, state, and national crime information systems; provide information to law enforcement agencies and others; enters information into manual and automated record keeping systems.
  • Be at least 18-years of age
  • Be a citizen of the United States of America
  • Knowledge of alpha and numeric filing procedures
  • Knowledge of standard office practices and procedures;
  • Knowledge of Sheriff's Office procedures and policies as relates to accident and offense reports, warrants and capiases
  • Ability to use a radio, teletype, typewriter and other office equipment
  • Ability to operate a personal computer using email, word processing and database applications
  • NOT HAVE TATTOOS above the collarbone (e.g., neck, face, or behind the ear) or below the wrist (e.g., hands, fingers).
  • IN ADDITION, the following areas may result in applicants being suspended from the hiring process: credit history including bankruptcy and collections; past drug use; inappropriate social media; driving history, work history; criminal activity and associations with known criminals; and inappropriate tattoos.


Police Services Technicians receive a salary of $31,771.38 annually. 

*Salary subject to change due to negotiations.

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