Salary: Up to - $57,898.22 D.O.E.
Final Filing Date: Open until filled
This position is responsible for the accounting and security of all property found, recovered, confiscated or turned in to the police department for property and evidence. For the duties as a Crime Scene Forensic Technician, this position will be responsible for responding to crime scenes to locate, preserve, collect and analyze evidence to support the criminal investigation unit with criminal offenses and death scenes. The position will require knowledge on conducting crime scene searches, processing evidence, maintaining chain of custody and completing reports on the findings. This position will work closely with detectives and be responsible for testifying in court in regard to the evidence. This position encompasses both property and evidence as well as crime scene technician responsibilities.
Requirements:EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
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How to apply: Apply online
Posted: April 3, 2023
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