SUMMARY: Under general supervision of the Investigations Lieutenant, supervises the Family Crimes / Intervention (FCI) Unit. Responsible for coordinating victim advocacy and intervention services to end the cycle of violence and crime in families. Responsible for overseeing the Sandy Youth Court program.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Requires a bachelor’s degree in social work or related field. May substitute related experience for required education. Prior victim services experience preferred. Demonstrated leadership ability preferred. Prior supervisory experience preferred. Requires a valid Utah driver’s license. A one-year probationary period is a pre-requisite to this position. Knowledge ofPolice terminology and practices; municipal and state laws; police records procedures; information and privacy laws; clerical and general office practices, procedures and equipment; correct English usage, spelling, vocabulary and statistical methods; familiarity with court proceedings. Responsibility for the care, condition and use of materials, equipment, money and tools and for making decisions which affect the activities of others; some information available to this individual falls under the “Right to Privacy Act” and must be protected from the general public.