Every issue of the FOCUS Newsletter spotlights an ABA staff member whose work deserves mention. This edition features Katerina Donato-Weinstein, a police dispatcher in Public Safety/University Police.
How long have you been with Sac State? I have been here for six and a half years.
How would you describe your job at Sac State? I supervise staff on day-to-day operations in the dispatch center. I also maintain agency police records to comply with federal and state laws.
What are some of the unique aspects of your job? Analyzing and processing a wide variety of public safety logs, forms, files, and reports, including the Jeanne Clery Report and the Chancellor's Office Report, and maintaining the security of department records.
What are some examples of your daily duties? Preparing data and charts for various administrators, preparing daily media logs, and auditing computer entries for consistency; providing customer service for emergency and non-emergency requests via phone and/or the front counter to the campus community; monitoring phone calls and radio traffic.
Who are your primary customers? Students, faculty, staff, other law enforcement agencies and the general public.
What do you like best about your job? Interaction with the campus community and the challenge involved in collecting, analyzing and compiling data from a wide variety of sources.
Why and how would someone contact you? Anyone can visit me at the Public Safety front counter, or contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone at 278-5831.