The Police Records and Property Manager will plan, organize, direct, and coordinate the operations of the Records, Property and Evidence, and Administrative Support units within the police department; implement policies and procedures to maximize efficiency; develop and implement program objectives, and manage subordinate staff. This non-sworn, professional position is a member of the Police Chief’s command staff. 


$113,942.40 - $138,496.80 

Minimum Qualifications



   A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in business, criminal
   justice, or a closely related field is required.


   Five (5) years of progressively responsible full-time experience in law enforcement records, property, or
   evidence experience,  including two (2) years of experience in a supervisory capacity are required.  

   Examples of Duties

  • Participate in command staff meetings and provide input to the Chief of Police on Department operations.
  • Recommend and implement goals and objectives, policies, procedures, work standards, and internal controls for assigned units.
  • Ensure compliance with legislative and administrative mandates.
  • Plan, organize, coordinate and direct the operations of the Records, Property and Evidence, and Administrative Support units.;
  • Oversee technical training and assistance to staff as needed; coordinate the development and implementation of training programs.
  • Participate in the hiring process and recommend selection of assigned staff to the Police Chief.
  • Train staff in City, law enforcement, Records, Property and Evidence, and Administrative Support policies and procedures.
  • Evaluate employee performance, counsel employees, and recommend disciplinary action and other personnel decisions to the Police Chief. 

To learn more about Fairfield PD, please visit or contact the Police Personnel unit at (707) 428-7360.