Warrants Officer, Part-Time
Status: Hourly, Part-Time
Hours: Hours will vary
Warrants Officer (Part-Time)
This is a sworn law enforcement officer position working variable part-time hours, with focus on serving warrants and assisting in the municipal court.
- Locate and arrest wanted fugitives of the Court
- Serves warrants by field contacts, phone contact, and physical arrest if necessary
- Maintaining records and reports as necessary
- Record Retention
- Providing security in the court offices
- Maintains safety of court room by serving as Court Bailiff by arresting and transporting defendants
- Other assigned duties
- Part-Time Police Officer Certification from State of Mississippi
- Minimum 21 years old
The work of a commissioned police officer involves responsibility for the protection of life and property, prevention of crime, apprehension of criminals and the general enforcement of laws and ordinances. Duties normally consist of routine patrol, preliminary investigation and traffic regulation.
Police officers also may be assigned duties as investigators, court security officers, crime prevention officers, accident investigators, firearms instructors, hostage negotiators, dog handlers, special response teams or other related duties. Work involves an element of personal danger. The employee must be able to exercise sound independent judgment under stress. Assignments may include work on special tasks which call upon specialized abilities and knowledge possessed by the officer. Work assignments can be general or specific and instructions are received from a supervisor who reviews work methods and results through reports, personal inspection and discussion.