Salary: $56,046.00 - $100,814.00 Annually
Final Filing Date: October 23, 2020
THE STARTING SALARY FOR A NEW HIRE TO THIS POSITION IS LIMITED TO THE RECRUITMENT RANGE OF $56,046 to $83,000. Salary offers are based upon the candidate's education and experience related to the position, as well as departmental budget and equity considerations.
The primary purpose of the Digital Evidence Section is to accept, find, preserve and provide scientific forensic analysis of evidence for the criminal justice community, to include in-lab analyses, technical field assistance, and expert witness testimony in the following areas: Distribution of child pornography, recovery of evidence of the sexual exploitation of children on computers, search of computers for evidence such as e-mails or chats in crimes of violence or threats of violence, forensic analysis of security video recovered from a crime scene or surveillance video recorded by law enforcement personnel, forensic analysis of audio evidence in order to clarify audio which may be recovered at crime scenes or recorded in covert investigations by law enforcement personnel.
This position will directly supervise a group of Forensic Scientist who are responsible for conducting detailed laboratory examinations and analyses of evidence at the request of all local, State, Federal and Military law enforcement agencies. The position will also perform limited casework of all levels, prepare written reports of the results of the analyses; provide expert testimony in court on the results of the analysis, and perform collateral duties as assigned by management.
The Forensic Scientists in the Digital evidence section perform casework with a high degree of technical independence in both disciplines within the Section (computer forensics and audio/visual).
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Posted: October 2, 2020
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