Overview

Position Summary:

The Terminal Agency Coordinator (TAC) shall comply with all Department of Justice (DOJ) Office of Chief Information Officer (OCIO) policies, ensure physically secure locations are established to protect Criminal Justice Information (CJI) and associated information systems, is the point of contact for matters related to FBI CJI access. Is responsible to administer FBI CJI programs within the RSIC-PD, and ensures staff compliance with all CJIS policies.

Duties:

  • The TAC shall act as the Local Agency Security Officer (LASO), Joint Automated Booking System (JABS)/Civil Applicant System (CAS) Local Agency Coordinator (LAC), and the N-DEx Agency Coordinator (NAC). These responsibilities may be  delegated by the TAC. The LASO is responsible for physical and technical security issues. The NAC is responsible for overseeing compliance with N-DEx policies.
  • Shall initiate requests for new user accounts and password resets.
  • Shall annually validate user accounts and request account suspension when access is no longer needed.
  • Shall ensure Originating Agency Identifier (ORI) validations are accurate and completed within the biennial validation certification period.
  • Shall ensure policies and procedures in place that comply with the “Minimum screening Requirements for Individuals Requiring Access to CJI” as set forth in the CJIS Security Policy. Shall ensure users meet those minimum screening      requirements prior to being  granted access to CJI.
  • Shall conduct a record check of users with access to CJI every three years, at a minimum, and conduct a name-based record check where the appropriate legal authority exists. Alternatively, shall conduct a fingerprint based record check.    In no case shall a name-based check substitute where a fingerprint based record check is required.
  • Shall ensure users are trained prior to being granted access to CJI. Users may access systems for training purposes to obtain certification to access CJI.
    • Ensure users with access to CJI receive Security Awareness Training every two years.
  • Ensure users with direct system access to NCIC are re-trained and tested every two years.
  • Be actively engaged and provide documentation to assist in and fully support audits by DOJ OCIO and FBI CJIS. If sanctions are necessary, shall comply with the mitigation plan and report progress to the DOJ CJIN CSO.
  • Promptly report to the DOJ CJIN CSO information concerning CJI-related security incidents and comply with instructions provided by DOJ OCIO.
  • Shall coordinate with DOJ OCIO to ensure that Non-Criminal Justice Agencies (NCJA) who have access to CJI meet the      Minimum Screening Requirements for individuals requiring access to CJI, are trained, and comply with all CJIS policies.
  • Ensure that the appropriate CJIN approved agreements are in place regarding access to and sharing of CJI.
  • Shall provide documents required by CJIS and CJIN policies at the time of audits by DOJ OCIO and FBI CJIS.
  • Understands that information from criminal bookings conducted using DOJ CJIN systems is available to other authorized criminal justice agencies.
  • Understand that information from criminal bookings conducted using DOJ CJIN systems subject to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and Privacy Act.
  • Understands that the level of system access is based on the legal authority under which the ORI was issued. Detailed explanations of system access for each agency type are provided in the training documentation located on the CJIN Training and Learning Center.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Must be at least 21 years of age at time of hire;
  • Must have high school diploma or G.E.D. certification at time of hire;
  • Preferred an associate’s degree from an accredited college or university in criminology, criminal justice, police science, or law;
  • Preferred, experience in a law enforcement related field, i.e., Police Corrections, Court.
  • Possession of, or ability to obtain, valid NCIC Certification for entry and inquiry of in the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s National Crime Information Center (NCIC).
  • Demonstrated effective verbal communication  and writing skills;
  • Demonstrated ability to lift, carry, pull, or push up to 100 pounds, ability to see with at least 20/20 corrected vision in one eye with a minimum of 20/30 corrected vision in the other eye, ability to stand, sit, or climb for prolonged periods of time, and hearing sufficient to communicate via two-way radio.

 

PLEASE NOTE: Hiring preference will be given to qualified tribal members of Reno-Sparks Indian Colony followed by members of other federally recognized tribes. The Reno-Sparks Indian Colony requires a designated candidate to successfully complete a pre-employment drug screen, criminal background check, confirmation of professional references and certifications.

To apply for this position, please email your resume to Suzanne Thomas, HR Clerk at sthomas@rsic.org or you can call 775-785-1303.

We offer an excellent benefits package which includes Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Voluntary Insurances and a 401K retirement plan.

 

Tagged as: records specialist; tac; police records

About Reno-Sparks Indian Colony

Reno-Sparks Indian Colony is a federally recognized tribal government whose principal activity is the economic and social advancement of its people.  The RSIC government and its entities recognize the responsibility to serve the community, which sustains its.  As employees to the RSIC, we are committed to the provision of services and the performance of our respective duties in a fiscally responsible manner without favor to one over another.