Salary: $26.11 - $32.64 Hourly
Final Filing Date: July 31, 2017
This is a safety-sensitive position, exercising a high degree of discretion, trust, and confidence. The function of this position is to respond to crime scenes to conduct forensic investigations. Forensic investigations require the use of many different evidence recording, collecting and examination techniques including photography, physical and chemical enhancement of marks (e.g. fingerprints, shoe marks and bloodstains), casting shoe marks and tool marks. These techniques may be conducted in the field on large immovable items or in the controlled environment of a laboratory for smaller transportable items. On occasions a scene reconstruction may be conducted. In addition, the position encompasses recording and securing property and evidence as established under law, policy and procedure, and municipal ordinance. All crime scene functions and duties will be for the Town of Parker and Lone Tree Police Department, through an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA).
Requirements:EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
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How to apply: Apply online
Posted: July 14, 2017
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