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Latent Print Examiner

Orlando Police Department, Orlando, Florida

Salary: $46,363.20 - $71,884.80 Annually

Final Filing Date: Continuous

Duties and Requirements Click to read more

Duties:

  • Performs specialized and technical work in the examination, identification, comparison, evaluation, and verification of latent prints and inked prints.
  • Provides advice on fingerprint matters to police personnel and the State Attorney Office.
  • Work includes the responsibility for the maintenance and identification of criminal evidentiary records and latent print evidence.
  • An employee assigned to this class is provided technical supervision from the Senior Latent Print Examiner(s) who reviews work for completeness, technical quality, and adherence to departmental standards.
  • An employee assigned to this class works under the supervision of the Crime Center and Forensics Supervisor and Manager.
  • Performance is reviewed through discussion, results obtained, and reports submitted.


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Requirements:

Minimum Requirements
  • Associate‚Äôs Degree from an accredited college or university and two years of experience in latent print analysis, comparison, evaluation, and verification with a recognized law enforcement agency, which must have included courtroom testimony.
  • Must have at least 80 hours of technical training endorsed by the International Association for Identification; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
  • Certification as a Latent Print Examiner from the International Association for Identification is preferred.
  • Must pass police background investigation, which includes polygraph examination.

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How to apply: Apply online

Posted: April 6, 2022


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