Salary: $32,820.00 - $41,892.00 Annually
Final Filing Date: Open until filled
Under general direction, to perform various duties not requiring police arrest powers in providing Police Department services. This position performs specialized clerical and technical work related to the record keeping, custody and control of property and evidence; conducts in-field crime scene investigation; and to perform related work as required.
Performs specialized clerical tasks; collects records and preserves physical evidence in criminal investigations and safeguards evidence and other property; prepares and maintains records and reports of work activity; receives catalogs; tags and secures property and evidence; maintains logs of evidence property; provides for the release and/or disposal of evidence property in accordance with department policies; processes fingerprint cards; maintains evidence for examination and court presentation; testifies in court regarding handling of evidence; communicates with courts on case status and evidence needed; performs other court liaison functions; notifies owners and disposes of property when court action has been concluded; provides for the release, auction and or disposal of property that is no longer of evidentiary value; assists sworn officers with booking evidence; maintains files on property records; orders and maintains supplies for the booking of evidence; provides for the initiation and maintenance of documents; responds to crime scenes as needed for the collection and preservation of evidence which shall include but is not limited to photography, factual diagrams, and collection of various samples; locates and preserves fingerprint evidence; responds to emergency off-duty call-outs in accordance with the Investigation Bureau call-out policy; does Cal-I.D. work.
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Posted: June 14, 2017
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