Employment Opportunity

Police Service Technician - Crime Scene Unit

Clearwater Police Department, Clearwater, Florida

Salary: $33,931.00 - $50,221.11 Annually

Final Filing Date: January 18, 2017

The Clearwater Police Department is seeking a full-time employee to work in their Crime Scene Unit. This position will perform work of a responsible non-sworn clerical and technical nature. Employee assigned to this unit will perform duties such as: the investigation of certain types of criminal incidents, civil incidents, motor vehicle accidents, and include the processing of crime scenes. Civilian technicians must be able to exercise sound judgment in the performance of police-related duties.

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Crime Scene Technician Unit: This position is responsible for performing assignments of moderate difficulty to include:
  • processing, collecting, preserving, packaging and transporting physical evidence for scientific comparison and evaluation;
  • preparing detailed reports on observations and activities at the scene of criminal and non-criminal incidents;
  • testifying in court regarding the findings and processing methods used at the scene of criminal and non-criminal incidents.


  • High School Graduation or High School Equivalency Diploma or G.E.D. Certificate and one (1) year of related experience required.
  • One (1) year of vocational training in Crime Scene Investigation supplemented by one (1) year of experience in conducting and processing crime scene investigations; or prefer prior investigative and/or sworn law enforcement experience.
  • Any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.

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Posted: December 30, 2016

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