Salary: $39,272.00 Annually
Final Filing Date: March 28, 2017
Performs responsible administrative, technical, and investigative work involving identification, gathering, preservation, processing, and examination of fingerprint evidence; does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision.
Work is performed in a regular 40 hour week based on a day/evening schedule with on-call as needed basis; examines friction ridge patterns for the determination of latent impressions of value for identification, inclusion, and/or exclusion; operates SAFIS/SPEX terminals to access local, state and national AFIS databases to identify suspects/subjects; examines friction ridge patterns and plots ridge characteristics to create data that can be compared with known inked impressions; performs a variety of chemical and nonchemical forensic processes to retrieve latent impressions from evidence; searches and maintains a detailed filing system for records of all casework and latent and known fingerprints; performs various clerical tasks dealing with fingerprint identification; prepares analytical reports on analysis conducted; provides expert witness testimony in courts of law and prepares evidence for court presentation; serves as the primary friction ridge expert for the Department; complete expunction procedures to remove database information for arrested individual; provides instruction to agency personnel on the proper methods of recognition and collection of latent print evidence and all other related duties as required to include field response; assists other agencies with latent print processing and comparison; maintains scientific and laboratory standards; researches information regarding identification of friction ridge patterns; and reads forensic journals and other literature to stay abreast of updated techniques and training.
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Posted: March 14, 2017
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