Employment Opportunity

Crime Scene Evidence Technician

Williamson County Sheriff's Office, Georgetown, Texas

Salary: $20.36 - $23.41 Hourly

Final Filing Date: Continuous

The vacancy related to this posting is in the Crime Scene assignment.

Reporting directly to Crime Scene Supervisor, responsible for collecting, maintaining, and handling all evidence property for the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO).

Duties and Requirements Click to read more


Crime Scene Assignment
  • Conducts field routine observations of crime scenes and collects evidence from crime scenes to assist with WCSO investigations
  • Collaborates with law enforcement, attorneys, and state agencies to aid with investigations
  • Attends routine autopsies for identification and reporting purposes
  • Maintains various digital logs and systems for the verification, storage and tracking of evidence property for quality control measures
  • Monitors the storage and disposal of hazardous materials
  • Processes and collaborates with investigators on releases of evidence property
  • Performs back-up duties for Property Evidence assignment role, as needed


  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Three (3) years of inventory control experience
  • Knowledge of record management systems and Microsoft Suite
  • Required six (6) months of employment: TCIC (Texas Crime Information Center) Certification
  • Required within thirty (30) days of employment: Valid Texas driver’s license
  • Vocational or technical degree in related field
  • Prior experience working in a criminal or law enforcement background with emphasis on care, custody, and control of evidence

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Posted: April 17, 2023

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