Our City Marshal job description includes the Administrative Assistant responsibilities, duties, skills, education, qualifications, and experience.
About the City Marshal role
A City Marshal is a law enforcement officer appointed by a local government to enforce laws and maintain order in the city. They are responsible for patrolling the city, investigating crimes, making arrests, and responding to emergency situations.
The primary purpose of a City Marshal is to enforce the laws of the city they are employed in. This includes upholding local ordinances, responding to criminal activity, and providing assistance to other law enforcement agencies. City Marshals may also be responsible for issuing citations, serving court documents, transporting prisoners, and monitoring compliance with court orders. City Marshals may also be called upon to assist in civil matters, such as serving subpoenas, conducting evictions, and serving warrants.
City Marshal Summary
The City Marshal is responsible for enforcing the law and maintaining public safety within their jurisdiction. They are responsible for patrolling assigned areas, responding to emergency calls, conducting investigations, issuing citations, making arrests, testifying in court, and ensuring the safety of the public. The City Marshal is also responsible for enforcing city ordinances and maintaining order within the city. This position requires knowledge of the law, excellent communication skills, and the ability to handle a wide variety of situations.
City Marshal Duties
- Enforce laws and ordinances
- Maintain public peace and safety
- Conduct investigations and make arrests
- Serve subpoenas and warrants
- Testify in court
- Provide assistance to the public
City Marshal Skills
City Marshal Requirements
- Be of legal age and a US citizen
- Possess a valid driver's license
- Have a high school diploma or equivalent
- Ability to adhere to departmental policies and procedures
- Ability to exercise sound judgment
- Ability to interact effectively with the public
- Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing
- Ability to work effectively under pressure
- Knowledge of criminal law and criminal justice principles
- Knowledge of investigative procedures
- Knowledge of community policing principles
- Strong organizational skills
- Ability to work independently