Salary: $53,017.64 - $78,705.38 Annually
Final Filing Date: April 17, 2021
The City of Goodyear's Police Department is looking for a Property & Evidence Supervisor to join the team. This position will supervise and manage the appropriate storing of criminal evidence, found property, impounded vehicles and other property, and will manage and supervise the identification and collection of evidence from crime scenes. Plan, organize, supervise and evaluate the functions of the team within the Property and Evidence section of the Police Department. Safeguard and maintain the integrity of all police evidence/property in accordance with state laws, City Ordinances and departmental policies and procedures. Prepare and implement the budget for the property and evidence section; forecast the need for additional staffing, equipment, and materials; monitor and control expenditures; develop and evaluate recommendations for changes in policies, procedures, and practices through proposal and/or reports; plan, coordinate, assign, and supervise the work of team members; prepare, create, and facilitate performance evaluations.
The ideal candidate will possess at least 5 years of supervisory experience in the field of property/evidence management in a law enforcement setting and be familiar with New World Law Enforcement Records Management System (LERMS). The ideal candidate will also have excellent written and verbal communication skills, the ability to write reports and conduct complex inventory audits and have an Associate's Degree.
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How to apply: Apply online
Posted: April 5, 2021
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