Township of Mansfield, NJ
Burlington County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Township Committee of the Township of Mansfield as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Municipal Attorney and Engineer — See Ch. 8.
Code of Ethics — See Ch. 17B.
Township Prosecutor — See Ch. 89.
[Adopted 9-8-1975 by Ord. No. 1975-5]
There is hereby created in the Township of Mansfield the position of School Crossing Guard.
Said Crossing Guard shall be appointed by the Township Committee for a term not to exceed one year, which term shall expire on December 31 in the year of appointment.
The duties of such Crossing Guard shall be to control, direct and/or observe the flow of traffic and to control and supervise the crossing of the street by school children, at such times and at such places as the Township Committee may designate.
Said Crossing Guard shall be compensated at the rate set forth in the Salary Ordinance of the Township.[1]
Editor's Note: The current Salary Ordinance of the Township is on file in the office of the Township Clerk.
In its discretion, the Township Committee may appoint the Crossing Guard a special policeman in the manner provided by law.
This article shall take effect upon its final passage and publication as provided by law.
[Adopted 5-24-2006 by Ord. No. 2006-22]
There is hereby created within the Township of Mansfield the Office of Municipal Administrator who shall be known as the "Senior Police Records Clerk of Mansfield Township."
The rate of compensation will be between $10 and $25 per hour.
The daily functions of the Senior Police Records Clerk shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
Discovery officer:
Responds to discovery requests from defense attorneys for matters to be heard in municipal court;
Gathers and disseminates reports and other documentation;
Redacts and copies mobile video recorder tapes; and
Includes both MTPD and NJSP requests.
CJIS/TAC Officer:
System administrator for NCIC System for MTPD;
Trains officers in the use of the NCIC System; and
Prepares monthly report to NJSP regarding NCIC use.
Burlington County Reporting System administrator:
Trains officers in the use of the Burlington County Reporting System;
Responsible for overseeing upgrades to system; and
Responsible for maintenance of system.
Police Department office manager:
Coordinates the functions with the administrative office of the Police Department;
Handles vehicle releases;
Verifies validity of registration and insurance documents presented by public;
Authorizes the release of towed and impounded vehicles;
Greets public who visit the police station;
Handles questions and/or refers them to appropriate office or authority;
Answers phone calls, responds to citizen inquiries, routes calls to appropriate office or authority, takes messages as required;
Inputs and maintains statistical information in newly implemented MS-Excel spreadsheets;
Inputs and maintains data in newly implemented Department MS-Access database;
Prepares purchase requisitions as needed for Department supplies and equipment;
Prepares asset forfeiture reports as needed; and assists the Director of Public Safety with all administrative aspects of commanding the Police Department.
Supervises personnel:
Responsible for the training, work assignment, and supervision of other clerical staff within the Police Department administrative office.