Salary: $20.33 - $24.72 per hour
Final Filing Date: Open until filled
Calaveras County’s Office of the Sheriff is seeking a Crime Scene Specialist/ Property Room Specialist to join their team. The incumbent will, under general supervision, provide a variety of technical and administrative duties in crime scene investigations and property management; control and disposal of lost and found property and evidence; performs technical fingerprinting functions; protects the integrity of evidence throughout the judicial process; gathers, preserves processes, records, and stores all evidence both at crime scenes and in the field; prepares investigative reports and testifies in court; processes found and abandoned property turned into the Sheriff’s Department; maintains the property room in a secure and safe condition in accordance with state laws and departmental procedures; provides technical assistance to Sheriff’s Department staff; and performs related duties as assigned.
This is a paraprofessional non-sworn civilian classification who is not involved in direct law enforcement. Incumbents are under the direction and guidance of higher-level sworn staff and perform the full range of forensic investigative duties including collection of all forms of evidence; fingerprinting, photography, crime scene reconstruction, gunshot trajectories and bloodstain pattern interpretation. Incumbents are required to be available by phone at all times to respond to requests for service and is expected to respond to emergency calls whenever necessary 24 hours a day.
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Posted: March 31, 2017
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