Salary: $24,980 - $43,465 Annually
Final Filing Date: Continuous Job Opening
Forensic Evidence Technicians provide support to the forensic laboratory bureau and forensic scientists who utilize scientific principles to support or negate theories surrounding physical evidence found at a crime scene. The Evidence Technician has a variety of critical responsibilities and administrative duties within the property and evidence functions, including maintaining the evidentiary chain of custody and integrity of evidence and property. This position will receive, record, account for, store, safeguard, collect, verify, release and disburse evidence to laboratory clients. A significant degree of initiative, independent judgment, discretion and confidentiality is paramount. All duties and tasks are expected to be performed in an attentive, effective, efficient and safe manner. The laboratory supports all New Mexico law enforcement, criminal justice and court systems by analyzing forensic evidence collected at crime scenes and presenting their findings in court based on the results of their examination.
Duties:This position is responsible for the following:
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Posted: April 21, 2021
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