Salary: $53,544.00 - $66,792.00 Annually
Final Filing Date: April 21, 2017
The City of Oceanside is accepting applications for current and future vacancies for the position of Field Evidence Technician. This position will be assigned to the Oceanside Police Department.
The Field Evidence Technicians receive and respond to citizen inquiries and requests for police service, in person and at a public counter, over the phone and in the field. Assist police officers in the search of prisoners. Assist police officers in the processing of crime scenes. Make referrals to other agencies as appropriate. Assist in booking and fingerprinting prisoners. Register offenders (sex, narcotic, etc.) Prepare detailed evidence collection and crime scene processing reports. Prepare detailed investigative reports. Examine photos and videotapes for crime scene evidence. Photo and videotape crime scenes. Collect, transport, and preserve evidence. Lift, preserve, file, and compare latent prints. Photograph and diagram crime scenes. Properly process and package evidence. Prepare courtroom exhibits. Testify in court and at other designated proceedings. Conduct traffic accident investigations. Coordinate safety education programs. Coordinate program activities (290's, Diversion, Cal ID, etc.) Obtain fingerprints from criminal suspects. Attend and document autopsies. Interview and properly document suspect, victim and witness interviews. Operate Live Scan fingerprint machine. Conduct follow-up research to enhance misdemeanor and felony cases. Coordinate cases and directed investigative activity with other agencies. Write investigative case reports. Receive and issue subpoenas. Conduct public presentations; security inspections; recommend security devices and protective measures to the public. Enforce designated city codes. Transport juveniles, sexual assault victims, and abused persons to proper agencies. Order supplies and equipment as directed. Liaison with other City departments to determine required police services and cost factors for special events. Provide traffic control. Perform crime prevention program activities. Perform related duties as assigned.
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Posted: March 22, 2017
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