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Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma Bailiff I Probation Durant McGirt in Durant, Oklahoma

Bailiff I Probation Durant McGirt

Description

Pay Rate: $25.69 / hr.

Job Purpose or Objective(s): Charged with keeping order in a courtroom and enforcing all Tribal, State and Federal laws and rules in order to provide protection for individuals and property.

Primary Tasks:

  1. Serve court orders and summons to include eviction orders, civil lawsuits, garnishments and asset seizures.

  2. Locate and take persons into custody on warrants, transport prisoners to and from the courtroom and escort defendants to and from the courtroom.

  3. Perform metal detection of individuals and materials before entering the courtroom.

  4. Open court and inform the judge that court is ready and close court.

  5. Provide crowd control and maintain the integrity of the judicial process, take custody of defendants or persons who are disruptive in the courtroom.

  6. Investigate and write reports of motor vehicle collisions and criminal offenses Conduct patrols of the assigned area(s).

  7. Prepare arrest cases and testify in court as a witness when called.

  8. Collaborate with other law enforcement agencies to ensure consistent and comprehensive services to the citizens of the Choctaw Nation.

  9. Inform supervisor concerning matters of significance in their area(s) of patrol.

  10. Perform all other duties as may be assigned.

Required Education, Skills and Experience:

MINIMUM

  • High School Diploma or GED

  • Completion of the law enforcement academy

  • Able to pass a physical fitness test

  • Possess a valid driver’s license

  • Basic computer skills to enable report writing, composition or correspondence

  • Ability to use law enforcement communication, law enforcement software and equipment

  • Able to qualify yearly with department firearms

  • Ability to work outside normal hours and exposed to the elements

  • No prior experience required

TARGET

  • High School Diploma or GED

  • Completion of the law enforcement academy

  • Able to pass a physical fitness test

  • Possess a valid driver’s license

  • Basic computer skills to enable report writing, composition or correspondence

  • Ability to use law enforcement communication, law enforcement software and equipment

  • Able to qualify yearly with department firearms

  • Ability to work outside normal hours and exposed to the elements

  • One year experience as a police officer

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Job Legal

Primary Location OK-Durant

Work Locations Judicial Branch 2250 Chukka Hina Durant 74701

Organization Public Safety

Schedule Regular

Full-time

Day Job

Job Posting 09/22/2022, 9:33:06 AM

Req ID: 22010676

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