Employment Opportunity


Evidence Technician I

Anchorage Police Department, Anchorage, Alaska

Salary: $52,936.00 - $72,716.80 Annually

Final Filing Date: January 28, 2022

Duties and Requirements Click to read more

Duties:

Example of Duties
  • Access secured lockers in evidence warehouse environment and responds to scenes of active criminal investigations to retrieve evidence. Ensure property and evidence is accompanied with accurate report including chain-of-custody.
  • Access, research and interpret case intake disposition forms, judicial orders, court judgments, State, juvenile and Municipal prosecution databases, police reports and other disposition records. Purge disposable property following proper policies and procedures. Testify in court as necessary and required.
  • Safely stand, stoop, lift, climb, crawl, and operate a forklift to locate, access, sort, stage, retrieve and safely transport property and evidence; including hazardous, toxic, regulated, materials including biological items of a strong or offensive odor.
  • Utilize Federal OSHA requirements, US Fire Codes, Federal firearm and machine gun laws, live ordnance storage requirements, federal toxic, hazardous materials and compressed gas regulations. Remain current and trained on driving, forklift operation, firearms, hazardous materials, dangerous goods, proper lifting, blood borne pathogens, first aid, CPR/AED, personal protection equipment, various laws, policies and procedures. Perform other related duties as assigned.


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Requirements:

Minimum Qualifications / Substitutions / Preferences
  • High school diploma, GED, or equivalent, must be at least 21 years of age by date of hire and a citizen of the United States or resident alien eligible for employment in the United States by date of hire.
All applicants must possess and/or complete:
  • Satisfactory physical ability test at time of hire.
  • Satisfactory psychological assessment (determines job suitability) at time of hire.
  • Satisfactory national criminal background investigation (13 AAC 85.010, and 13 AAC 85.210) and financial review at time of hire.
  • Alaska Public Safety Information Network (APSIN) / National Crime Information Center (NCIC) certification within 30 days of hire.
  • Satisfactory Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS) background check at time of hire.
  • A forklift operator certificate within 180 days of hire.
  • A Hazmat Materials Endorsement (HME) certificate with 180 days of hire.
  • A valid State of Alaska driver's license with satisfactory driving record at time of hire.
  • Satisfactory drug screening at time of hire.
  • Satisfactory medical/physical examination at time of hire.
Preferences:
  • Experience safely handling hazardous, toxic or regulated material such as biological items.
  • Applicants who possess the ability to type at a minimum net speed of 35+ WPM. Note: Documented typing speed ability must be attached to the application to be considered for preference. The documentation or certification must contain the applicant's name and be current within the past one (1) year.

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Posted: January 13, 2022


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