Salary: $28.34 - $36.20 Hourly
Final Filing Date: April 11, 2021
This is complex technical work obtaining and examining a variety of evidence in the operation of the Forensic Identification Unit of the Police Department. This is a civilian position.
Work involves analyzing, classifying and filing, and identifying fingerprints; processing evidence for latent prints and DNA; operating the Nebraska AFIS and Federal NGI computer systems; writing reports on latent print identifications and other forensic processes; preparing and giving expert witness testimony; and maintaining the Digital Imaging System and evidence files and records. General supervision is received from the Identification Lab Manager with work being reviewed in the form of reports, conferences and effectiveness of services provided. Supervision is exercised over volunteer employees assigned to the Identification Unit.
Duties:EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED
Requirements:Minimum Qualifications/Necessary Special Requirements:
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Posted: March 29, 2021
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