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Forensic Scientist - Latent Prints

Michigan State Police, Bridgeport, Michigan

Salary: $39,520.00 - $67,891.20 Annually

Final Filing Date: October 6, 2017

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Duties:

At the trainee level, the Forensic Scientist, under supervision of a training officer and senior analysts, completes all phases of the training program, becoming familiar with all facets of evaluating and examining fingerprint evidence. The Forensic Scientist 9 - 11 participates in investigations at major crime scenes and provides expert testimony in state and federal courts as required.

Makes competent evaluations of fingerprint evidence submitted to the laboratory. Records latent fingerprints by lifting, casting, or photography, compare latent prints to known standards, identified unknown deceased persons. May use a variety of processing techniques and forensic light sources on submitted evidence to develop latent fingerprints.

Requirements:

Education
  • Positions in the State Police Laboratory latent prints area require possession of a bachelor's degree with a major in natural science, criminal justice, forensic science, or a related pure or applied science, with at least 8 semester credits in chemistry.
Experience
  • Forensic Scientist 9 - No specific type or amount is required.
  • Forensic Scientist 10 - One year of professional experience working in a crime laboratory carrying out a variety of tests, analyses or production and research activities involving chemical, biochemical, biological or physical evidence samples, specimens, or products equivalent to a Forensic Scientist 9.
  • Forensic Scientist P11 - Two years of professional experience working in a crime laboratory carrying out a variety of tests, analyses or production and research activities involving chemical, biochemical, biological or physical evidence samples, specimens, or products equivalent to a Forensic Scientist, including one year equivalent to a Forensic Scientist 10.

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Posted: September 20, 2017



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