Chief City Marshal - City of Irving

May 12, 2022 10:31 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

CHIEF CITY MARSHAL ($62,424.00 - $87,996.00 Annually) *Exempt

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Duties include coordinating, planning and overseeing a wide variety of technical and administrative tasks to support the overall court process; providing supervision to city marshals, clerks and contract security personnel; performing evaluations of operations, activities, facilities and equipment to ensure compliance with all applicable safety standards; assuring city marshals complete all required training; and assisting with departmental budget preparation and administration. Duties also include participating in warrant investigations, serving warrants, making arrests and performing general law enforcement duties as necessary; assisting with the processing and service of subpoenas and writs; serving as bailiff; providing court security; and transporting and processing prisoners from other agencies. Must have Active Texas Intermediate Peace Officer License, meet all current TCOLE standards and possess a valid Texas driver’s license with a good driving record. An Associate degree, or equivalent, in a related field; and five years recent experience as a marshal, warrant officer or police officer with a Texas municipal court or police department, or Texas Constable or Sheriff's Office, as well as two years supervisory experience, required. Duties involve access to sensitive Criminal Justice Information Systems (CJIS), which requires that a thorough background check be conducted. In accordance with CJIS requirements, must not have any criminal conviction as an adult or juvenile above the grade of a Class B misdemeanor or any Class B misdemeanor within the past 10 years; other convictions may also be considered. 

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The Municipal Court’s role is to make fair and impartial judgments or decisions about violations of city ordinances and other minor crimes (Class C misdemeanors). Its six divisions are:

·         Administration

·         Compliance / Warrant

·         Court Services

·         Customer Service

·         Judicial

·         Teen Court

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