Salary: $4,727.00 - $5,577.00 Monthly
Final Filing Date: August 11, 2017
Under general supervision, identifies, collects, and preserves evidence at crime scenes in support of law enforcement activities, and performs related work as required.
The Crime Scene Technician is a non-sworn, professional position assigned to the Policing Bureau of the Police Department. This classification requires the exercise of initiative and independent judgment in implementing established work methods and procedures. Supervision is received from a police sergeant and/or sworn officer who reviews work through reports, meetings, field observations, and overall results achieved. The work requires exposure to hazardous chemicals and evidence that may be bio-hazardous or carcinogenic. Incumbents may be required to use a respirator when these elements could be present. The Crime Scene Technician position requires shift work, and working weekends and holidays.
Requirements:Thorough Knowledge of:
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Posted: July 18, 2017
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