Employment Opportunity

Forensic Photographer

Orlando Police Department, Orlando, Florida

Salary: Starting Salary $18.94 to 23.69 per hour, depending upon qualifications

Final Filing Date: July 16, 2017

Duties and Requirements Click to read more


  • Under the supervision of the sworn Technology and Forensics Unit (TFU) Supervisor provides general and technical photographic services for the Orlando Police Department.
  • Responsible for specialized forensic photography of evidence as well as processing and printing digital images captured by Police Officers, Community Service Officers (CSOs) and Crime Scene Investigators.
  • This position maintains photo processing/printing equipment (Digital Dry Lab), server-based forensic image management systems, and departmental negative files.
  • Performs some public relations photography, assists Forensic Video Analyst as needed.
  • Work is viewed by investigators, crime lab experts, attorneys and jurors who rely on photography to determine the outcome of the criminal case.
  • Work is visually examined by the supervisor prior to being sent out to requester.
  • Work is visually examined by the sworn Technology and Forensics Unit Supervisor prior to being sent out to requester.


  • Associates Degree with major coursework in Photography, plus two years experience in Commercial/Industrial/Forensic photography including custom processing and/or Crime Scene Investigations work which included photography and custom processing and printing duties.
  • Microsoft Word, Excel and Adobe Photoshop experience required.
  • Previous experience large-format printers, and knowledge of Law Enforcement Data Bases, such as, Motorola Vault, or Que Tel required; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
  • Florida Driver's License required.

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How to apply: Apply online

Posted: July 5, 2017

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