Salary: $43,243.20 - $61,089.60 Annually
Final Filing Date: December 10, 2017
This is responsible work of more than average difficulty performing technical duties requiring specialized knowledge, training and work experience in crime scene investigation.
Employees in this classification are responsible for identifying, collecting, classifying, preserving, and transporting of physical and trace evidence such as latent prints, blood and body fluids, projectiles, hairs, fibers, clothing, bedding, weapons, casts of impressions and any objects deemed to have evidentiary value. Major crime scenes include, but are not limited to suicides, suspicious deaths, aggravated assaults/battery, arsons, armed robberies, auto thefts, burglaries, child abuse, elderly abuse, traffic fatalities, and sexual batteries. Work involves photography, sketching, plaster cast construction, latent fingerprint detection and processing, maintenance of evidence continuity, and testifying in courtroom prosecution. Duties require the use of technical skills and judgment in recognizing materials that can significantly assist in solving crimes and prosecuting offenders. Employees in this classification occasionally work with contaminated, corrosive or explosive materials. Employees in this class may be required to work on shifts with variable hours or of an extended duration. Work will require 24 hour call-out availability based upon the size and scope of a crime scene.
Work assignments are normally received in general outlines. Employees develop work sequences within established methods and procedures, and exercise considerable initiative and independent judgment in performing work. Work is reviewed and evaluated by a law enforcement supervisor for conformance with departmental directives and policies, through direct observation, in conferences with the employee, and through work records and reports.
Requirements:Minimum Training and Experience
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Posted: December 5, 2017
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