Employment Opportunity

Criminal Identification Technician III

State of Hawaii Executive Branch, Oahu, Hawaii

Salary: $2,810.00 - $4,501.00 Monthly

Final Filing Date: Continuous

Duties and Requirements Click to read more


  • Independently compares arrest record fingerprints with the automated fingerprint identification system (AFIS) and master tenprint records for criminal identification purposes;
  • Provides expert tenprint courtroom testimony as required;
  • Receives on-the-job training in latent fingerprint examination methods and practices;
  • Expunges criminal records in accordance with expungement orders;
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.


Clerical Experience:
  • Two years of progressively responsible work experience which included the performance of a variety of clerical tasks which demonstrated familiarity with common office procedures and equipment; knowledge of English grammar and spelling; the ability to read and understand detailed manuals, instructions and other similar material; carry out procedures in clerical work systems, compare words and numbers quickly and accurately; perform basic arithmetic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division); and input alphanumeric data quickly and accurately.
Fingerprint Classification Experience:
  • Two years of progressively responsible work experience which included identifying fingerprint patterns and references; comparing fingerprints; classifying, searching and filing fingerprints; and criminal history record keeping.
Substitutions Allowed:

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Posted: October 3, 2016

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