Employment Opportunity


Property and Evidence Technician I/II

Cathedral City Police Department, Cathedral City, California

Salary: $4,194.32 - $6,838.17 Monthly

Final Filing Date: Continuous

Duties and Requirements Click to read more

Duties:

Under general supervision,
  • Receives, stores and controls disposition of designated property and evidence; identifies, collects, preserves and conducts examination of physical evidence recovered at crime scenes, accident locations and other investigations; and testifies in court regarding departmental evidence procedures.


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Requirements:

Property and Evidence Technician I
  • Equivalent to graduation from high school
  • One (1) year of general office, inventory or related experience.
Property and Evidence Technician II
  • Equivalent to graduation from high school
  • Two (2) years of experience performing work involving police evidence and property control, including collecting, preserving and photographing physical evidence at crime scenes and maintaining a computer database
  • Ability to obtain training from the California Association for property and Evidence
    • OR Obtain training from the International Association for Property and Evidence
    • OR Successful completion of a Police Officers Standards and Training (POST) approved course in fingerprint identification
OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
  • Must possess and maintain a valid California driver license
  • Must be able to pass a Police Department background evaluation

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Posted: February 24, 2022


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