Salary: $16.37 - $20.94 Hourly
Final Filing Date: Open until filled
Under direct supervision of the Investigations Bureau Lieutenant or designee, this non-sworn, at-will position in the Police Department performs a wide variety of duties relating to custody, record keeping, control of property and evidence, including video evidence processing and duplication; court liaison duties, assisting investigations personnel with crime scene processing such as latent print collection, crime scene photography, and DNA collection, and other non-hazardous related duties as required. The duties of a Court Liaison Officer include: packaging and presenting criminal cases to the District Attorney's Office for filing; processing all other non-custodial criminal cases with the District Attorney's Office; audio/video and photo duplication for court discovery motions; and obtain court dockets as required. Provides for the release and/or disposes of evidence property in accordance with department policies and California Civil Penal Codes; maintains evidence for examination and court presentation; responds to court orders regarding the release and/or disposing of property; communicates with courts on case status and evidence and Probable Cause Declarations; assists sworn officers with booking evidence; orders and maintains supplies for the booking of evidence; issues and maintains safety equipment for the Department including vests, weapons, badges and other required uniform equipment; and maintains and manages the evidentiary media for the Department's Mobile Vision Camera system.
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How to apply: Apply online
Posted: January 8, 2018
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