Lieutenant Responsibilities

The Lieutenant is the Project Manager for these current systems:

  • Annual Training, Annual Training of all NCIC Operators (approximately 100) required by the State.
  • Audits (every 2 years), All records and validations are kept on file for the audits conducted by the State Police and FBI.
  • Aurora 911 Phone System, Maintains all 911 phone numbers for Police Department call-outs (caller-ID System).
  • Automated License Plate Recognition System (ALPR), The ALPR has been implemented into 10 marked units including 7 stationary cameras installed throughout the mall area, and 12 stationary cameras at the following intersections:
    • East Jersey Street (4)
    • Elizabeth Avenue and (4)
    • Second Street (4)
    • Trumbull and Third Street (4)
  • Bail Reform and InfoShare, The State has implemented a new system for bails and arrests brought over to the county jails. InfoShare, which consists of uploading reports online through a Virtual Private Network (VPN) for the County to review and printing out a bail receipt for each indictable arrest, and the new bail reform procedures which include call outs to on-call A/P's and court administrators for certain crimes.
  • Boss System, We are currently working on connecting with the Union County Sheriff. The system is operated in the Communication Center (radio and camera room). The Boss system is also connected to the Union County plate reader system which includes:
    • Berkeley Police Department (PD)
    • Clark PD
    • Cranford PD
    • Garwood PD
    • Hillside PD
    • Linden PD
    • Mountainside PD
    • Plainfield PD
    • Rahway PD
    • Roselle Park PD
    • Roselle PD
    • Scotch Plains PD
    • Springfield PD
    • Summit PD
    • UCPO NSF
    • Union County PD
    • Union PD
    • Westfield PD
  • Certification and In-Service Training, (8 hours); In service mandatory training conducted on all 42 Dispatchers, Detectives and Police Officers on:
    • 911
    • ACS 
    • AOC-TELE
    • ATS
    • CPR
    • EMD
    • NCIC
  • E-ticketing, Setting up Officers and giving them access to e-ticketing. The following vehicles have e-ticketing: SUV-44, SUV-CP1, SUV-CP2.
  • Everbridge Aware, Notification system for the City of Elizabeth. Voicemail and/or text messaging all or parts of the City of Elizabeth.
  • Info-Cop, Setting up Officers and giving them access for Info-Cop
  • Law-Soft (X-Cad, X-Rms, X-Mobile, EZ Draw), All Officer's and Dispatchers are trained continuously on these.
  • Lost/Found - Pets, The Communications Division keeps a lost and found list for pets. Civilians call the radio room and information is obtained such as description, where found or last scene, contact information, etc. A form is then filled out with all information.
  • Poss-Web Scheduling/Payjobs, Fully implemented. Supervisors, Officers, and Dispatchers are trained accordingly. All changes for scheduling of personnel are handled by the Communications Division/Personnel Division.
  • Report Writing in Police Vehicles (Law-Soft), Training is conducted by Sergeant Ciccotti.
  • Report Writing Unit, All camera personnel are fully trained to handle reports over the telephone. After review from the radio room sergeant, the dispatchers transfer jobs to be handled and written up. Camera personnel are also trained to monitor the CAD system and pull reports to handle.
  • RoxioCreator Voice, Recording of all calls coming into the dispatch center and creating CDs.
  • Temporary Plate Searches, Setting up Officers to search temporary tags through the New Jersey pension system (only way to search for temporary tags).
  • Track Star AVLS, Tracking system (GPS) for all patrol vehicles.
  • Union County First Alert, Notification system for Officers and civilians working in the Elizabeth Police Department.
  • Validations, Every month validations are updated on the computer and sent to the State Police after the Detective Division submits their signed and completed checks.
  • Verizon 911 Magic System, Monitoring of all 911 calls coming into the dispatch center.
  • Video OPRA Request(s), The Communications Division through its camera personnel handle all OPRA requests for any video footage requested. Requests are received from the Services Division and then sent back for dissemination. All camera personnel are fully trained in all procedures in tagging and preserving video evidence.