Interested individuals must come to the Human Resources Office to complete an application for the position between the hours of 8:00 and 5:00, Monday through Friday or online at the Pulaski County website at The Human Resources Office is located in Suite 100 of the Pulaski County Administration Building - 201 S. Broadway, Little Rock.

POSITION:                            ENFORCEMENT CLERK

                                          This position is open to the General Public and County Employees.

POSITION NO:                            003             

STARTING SALARY:              $23,397 - $26,697



PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITY/FUNCTIONResponsible for the processing and maintenance of record files for all Accident/Incident Reports and Arrest Dispositions and records for the serving of court orders and receiving and accounting for payments for the serving of process papers and collection of execution.



-          Accepts process papers from attorneys and the general public and by mail to be served including summons, subpoenas, writs, etc; reviews to ensure all necessary information is included.

-          Enters data into in-house computer system and ACIC/NCIC terminals from various incidents reports, accident reports, Arkansas Arrest Deposition Reports, Uniform Crime Reports, etc., and service information; distributes to appropriate agency.

-          Distributes process papers based on location to appropriate deputy or agency.

-          Obtains identification information concerning individuals to be served in domestic violence, small claims, or mental instability situations from individuals requesting service; completes information sheet.

-          Reviews all reports and sends copies to appropriate agencies including Coroner’s Office, Arkansas State Police, insurance agencies, and the general public.

-          Codes arrest reports for analysis within the Uniform Crime Report (UCR) statistics.

-          Processes and files all incident/accident reports on a timely basis.

-          Expunges reports that are sealed by Court Order.

-          Provides information to the public such as copies of incident or accident reports, court dates, attorney’s name, type of process paper, and court processes involved; collects payments for copies of reports.

-          Processes requests for criminal background checks for the Sheriff’s Department, other law enforcement agencies, and individuals.

-          Provides copies of incident/accident reports for subpoenas for deputies and court.

-          Prints radio log from CAD system for permanent record.

-          Receives and verifies payment for process changes, bonds posted, execution judgments, and miscellaneous billings; enters payments into cash register and inputs time and method of payment into computer.

-          Prepares checks to transfer appropriate process fee amounts to general fund account with each execution collection.

-          Balances cash register tapes and computer reports by accounts on a daily basis.

-          Prepares bank deposit daily.

-          Compiles reports showing totals of fees owed by various city, state, and county agencies and attorneys; forwards information to supervisor.

-          Prepares daily and monthly reports reflecting processes served for various courts and amounts collected for various fees and charges.

-          Type letters or other documents as requested.

-          Relays messages to Deputies in field by means of radio or telephone paging system.

-          Directs walk-in citizens to office/agency needed.

-          Receives tickets; organizes and sends original to Pulaski County District Traffic Court.

-          Sorts and distributes departmental mail.

-          Performs other related duties as required.



-          Completion of high school or GED equivalency including computer training;

-          Considerable clerical work experience including operation of a computer, record keeping, data entry , or cashier related duties; or

-          Any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required skills, knowledge and abilities.



-          Must be able to obtain ACIC/NCIC certification within one year of employment.

-          Employment is contingent upon satisfactory completion of the following pre-employment requirements: criminal background check, traffic offense check, sexual offender check, child maltreatment check and adult maltreatment check by appropriate licensed agencies.


OPEN DATE: 04-10-2019                                                                                      CLOSE DATE: 04-16-2019 (5:00 P.M.)



Please Note:  Applications will not be accepted after the Close Date.  A selection will not be made until the Close Date and all applications have been received by the selecting official.


10 April 2019                                                                                                                                                                     135-19