Salary: $31.78 - $38.94 Hourly
Final Filing Date: February 24, 2020
NOTE: The full salary range for this position is $31.78 - $46.11. This position is full time and may require evening, weekends and holidays. On call status is required as identified by management.
This is a safety-sensitive position, exercising a high degree of discretion, trust, and confidence. The function of this position is to independently respond to crime scenes (minor and highly complex) to conduct lead forensic science investigations under little to no supervision. The investigator applies their advanced knowledge, skills and experience in the identification, collection, preservation, packaging, transportation and documentation of evidence. Forensic investigations require the use of many different evidence recording, collecting and examination techniques including: photography, videography, sketching, note taking, report writing, physical and chemical enhancement of latent, patent and plastic impressions casting shoe impressions, tire impression, tool marks, and analyzing bloodstain patterns and conducting trajectory analysis. These techniques may be conducted in the field on large immovable items or in the controlled environment of a laboratory for smaller transportable items. On occasions, a scene reconstruction and/or a 3-dimensional scene diagram may be conducted independently. In addition, the position encompasses recording and securing property and evidence as established under law, policy and procedure, and municipal ordinance. All crime scene functions and advanced laboratory duties will be for the Town of Parker and Lone Tree Police Department, through an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA). Testifies as an expert in courts of law.
Duties:Crime Scene Investigator II
Requirements:CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATOR II QUALIFICATIONS
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Posted: February 10, 2020
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