Salary: $15.72 Hourly
Final Filing Date: February 25, 2021
Under the general supervision of the Criminal Investigations Sergeant or designee, maintains storage areas, ensuring secure, proper and orderly storage of property and evidence according to established policies, procedures and filing systems. Responds to crime scenes to process, photograph, collect and preserve evidence. Conducts in-service training sessions for department personnel in the handling and preservation of physical evidence. Performs technical and administrative work, in support of Police Department. Assists other unit personnel in supporting efficient functioning of the work unit. Examine, collect, identify, photograph, videotape, classify, sort, transmit, analyze, and dispose of department-held physical evidence related to criminal investigations and/or found property. The Property and Evidence Technician is responsible for photography, sketching, plaster cast construction, latent fingerprint detection, maintenance of evidence continuity, and testifying in courtroom prosecution. Employee may be reviewed and measured by a continuous evaluation of the effectiveness of the property/evidence operation by the Police Chief or designee.
Requirements:Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
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Posted: February 15, 2021
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