Salary: $5,030 - $6,113 per month
Final Filing Date: April 8, 2021
Under direction from higher level supervisory or management staff, performs a variety of technical duties and responsibilities involved in identifying, collecting and processing crime scene evidence; prepares reports and documents crime scene investigation activities; and provides technical assistance to sworn police personnel as needed.
The Police Evidence Technician (PET) is a uniformed position that works a 10-hour shift, both in the field or in a lab. Driving an assigned work vehicle, you will communicate using the in-car computer or in-car radio during your shift. PET’s team up with Police Officers at crime scenes and are trained in methods of extracting, preserving, and analyzing evidence by using methods such as taking photographs, obtaining fingerprints, collecting items of evidence, and preparing diagrams. Writing detailed reports, testifying in court, and being on-call are all requirements of the position. This all makes for a fulfilling and exciting work experience that won’t leave you bored or short of challenges
Duties:ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The employee must have the ability to:
Requirements:EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING GUIDELINES:
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Posted: March 25, 2021
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