Employment Opportunity


Crime Scene Technician

Pembroke Pines Police Department, Pembroke Pines, Florida

Salary: $39,977 - $65,083 per year

Final Filing Date: Open Until Filled

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Duties:

  • Under direction of the Crime Scene Unit Supervisor, the incumbent is responsible for the development of fingerprints, collection of evidence, crime scene photography, and documentation of crime scene investigations.
  • The incumbent takes and develops fingerprints and digital images, processes evidence, and testifies in court and at depositions.
  • Duties occasionally require the viewing of victims of accidents or violent crimes, and participation in an off-duty callout rotation.


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Requirements:

Requirements: All applicants must provide proof of the following when submitting the Application, please provide COPIES of the following:
  • High School Diploma or GED; supplemented by formal training in fingerprint development and photography; or an equivalent combination of training and experience
  • A minimum of one year of experience within the Crime Scene unit of a law enforcement agency with regular duties pertaining to scene processing and photography is preferred.
  • Graduation from a crime scene technology program is preferred.
  • Must possess a valid State of Florida Driver’s License.

  • Note: Employee must have passed an approved Basic Crime Scene Processing course or equivalent prior to the completion of the six (6) months Probationary Period.

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Posted: December 27, 2022


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