Employment Opportunity

Forensic Investigator

Pasco County Sheriff's Office, New Port Richey, Florida

Salary: $19.11 per hour

Final Filing Date: December 6, 2018

Under general supervision of the Forensic Science Shift Supervisor or designee, performs technical work of average to advanced difficulty in criminal identification matters; photography, processing for latent fingerprints, collection and preservation of evidence.

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  • Takes photographs of crime scenes and suspects; photographs scenes of accidents, takes casts of footprint, tire marks, and other impressions as directed.
  • Photographs, handles and fingerprints deceased bodies at crime scenes and autopsies.
  • Collects, identifies and preserves all matters of evidence as directed or released to his/her custody. Prepares evidence for submission to laboratories.
  • Processes crime scenes and related evidence for latent fingerprints for use in criminal proceedings. Assists in fingerprinting and photographing prisoners and others as directed.
  • Prepares crime scene reports and sketches; maintains photographic index files.
  • Maintains records with computer entries and written reports.
  • Operates a crime scene vehicle to respond to service locations.
  • Assists in the training of personnel.
  • Participates in Sheriff's Office recruitment and community relation activities as directed.
  • Performs related work as required or directed.


  • High School Equivalent
  • Valid Florida Drivers License
  • Certificate in Crime Scene Technology and/or an A.S. in Crime Scene Technology from an ACE accredited college or university and experience in related field a must
  • Prior experience may be considered in lieu of education requirements

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Posted: November 26, 2018

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