The Evidence Technician assists in providing property and evidence control to ensure evidence is properly collected, documented, stored, inventoried and processed according to departmental policies and procedures as well as applicable State and Federal laws for maintaining an evidence and property room within a full-service law enforcement organization. The employee may, under the direction of the Evidence Control Specialist assist with processing, documenting and collecting evidence as part of processing a crime scene and/or conducting a criminal investigation. Reports to the Evidence Control Specialist and the chain of command of the Criminal Investigations Division (C.I.D.)
Duties:DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
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Posted: June 4, 2021
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