Salary: $5,622.58 - $6,831.17 Monthly
Final Filing Date: October 27, 2020
Police Field and Evidence Technicians (FET's) are civilians (non-sworn/law enforcement) who perform tasks in a range of situations in law enforcement field work not requiring peace officer status. They work independently or as part of a team to process a variety of crime scenes.
FET's are primarily assigned to handle patrol calls for service in the field that do not require a police officer. These include the investigation of basic crimes where the suspect is no longer on scene and the investigation of traffic collisions. In addition, FET’s work with officers and detectives on cases where they are responsible processing complex and major crime scenes. FET's may also be offered rotating specialty assignments such as working in a laboratory environment on latent fingerprint identification.
Shift assignments are typically four 10-hour days per week and rotate every six months. Shifts include day, swing, holidays, weekends, overtime, and shift holdovers. FET's must be available on an on-call basis for crime scene processing twenty-four hours per day, seven days a week during the assigned on-call weeks. Shift differentials and bilingual pay are available. See the "Working Conditions" section below for more important information.
Duties:The following are examples of essential duties:
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Posted: October 13, 2020
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