Salary: $47,852 - $72,329
Final Filing Date: February 9, 2018
This is technical work for the St. Petersburg Police Department, involving the collection, identification and presentation of criminal evidence. Work involves technical expertise of average to advanced difficulty in criminal identification matters and evaluating crime scenes, including responding to calls for service, searching for latent fingerprint evidence, photographing and/or videotaping, creating diagrams/sketches, and the gathering, identification, preservation, and documentation of all related evidence. Work includes cooperating with other law enforcement agencies in forensic science matters; providing court testimony; and the labeling, documenting and storing of related information. Work requires the exercise of considerable independent professional judgment and initiative in solving problems through the application of a thorough knowledge of the department policies and practices. An employee in this class will perform field work, which may include lifting or moving heavy objects and may require working in limiting environments such as attics or under vehicles; will work shifts that vary and may require working midnights, weekends and/or being on call; and sometimes performs the required duties under unfavorable conditions.
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Posted: January 17, 2018
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