Employment Opportunity

Police Service Technician (Property and Evidence)

New Bern Police Department, New Bern, North Carolina

Salary: $28,973.00 - $47,153.00 per year

Final Filing Date: Open Until Filled

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  • Performs intermediate skilled clerical and technical work ensuring the proper custody and disposition of evidence and property.
  • Processing incoming evidence; verifies paperwork; assigns property control number; retains chain of custody.
  • Crime scene processing consisting of photography, examination and evaluation of scene to recover physical and DNA/Biological evidence; prepares written reports; testifies in court; packages and submits physical evidence collected for storage; processes, packs and submits evidence to the SBI and FBI for analysis; attends, observes and photographs autopsies; collects evidence as required; evaluates latent prints for identification/elimination purposes; corresponds with other law enforcement or public service jurisdictions; maintains records of information obtained and performs other related tasks as required.


  • General knowledge of record keeping methods and techniques; thorough knowledge of rules and regulations governing the custody and safekeeping of evidence and property; and ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with vendors, associates and the general public.
  • Subject to being on call nights, weekends and holidays.
  • Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school.
  • Must possess valid driver’s license.

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Posted: November 7, 2016

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