Salary: $47,543.00 - $76,249.00 Annually
Final Filing Date: January 30, 2017
This posting will be used to fill a full time, safety sensitive Evidence Coordinator position within the Anne Arundel County Police Department.
This work involves the technical coordination and supervision of the processing of major crime scenes. Work includes assessing physical evidence obtained by Crime Scene Technicians at major crime scenes.
The ideal candidate for the Evidence Coordinator position may perform in all areas of the Evidence Collection Unit and will, in addition to meeting the minimum qualifications, possess the following critical attributes:
The Evidence Coordinator reviews the written reports, sketches, and other major crime scene documentation to insure its completeness and accuracy.
The Evidence Coordinator assists the Evidence Coordinator Leader with processing physical evidence for the Police Department. The Evidence Coordinator insures that physical evidence is properly inventoried and that the chain-of-custody is maintained. Employees in this class makes the determination as to what laboratory tests will be performed on physical evidence and coordinates with the assigned Crime Scene Technician to identify an appropriate facility to arrange for testing.
The Evidence Coordinator assists the Police Department Criminal Investigating Division and the States Attorney's Office by ensuring that physical evidence from major crime scenes is properly handled from the point of collection at the crime scene to its presentation in courts of law. Work effectiveness and job performance is supervised by Evidence Coordinator Leader.Examples of Duties
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Posted: January 11, 2017
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