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SDPD Latent Print Examiner Positions opens 3/29/13 for 4 weeks

Posted by Tina Young on March 15, 2013 at 8:55 PM

Passing a complete background check including a polygraphexamination is required prior to employment.  An online application forthe Latent Print Examiner I is available at the City of San Diego’swebsite.  Go to www.sandiego.gov  and follow the appropriate links.

Please send or email a copy of your resume to:Attn: Tom Washington 1401 Broadway MS #725 San Diego Ca. 92101 TWashington@pd.sandiego.gov

The San Diego PoliceDepartment is seeking applicants for the Latent Print Examiner I.  (Opens 3/29/13, apply immediately as itcloses four weeks from the opening date)

 

The Latent Print Examiner I positions perform routine examinations oflatent print evidence to determine quality and identity; perform routine workin the comparison of known prints of suspects with latent prints; prepare andenter latent print evidence into an Automated Fingerprint Identification System(AFIS/IAFIS); prepare charts and other materials for presentation of evidencein court; testify in court; maintain logs and records of examinationsperformed; and perform other duties as assigned.

 

Latent Print ExaminerI: Annual Salary $49,462.40 to $59,716.80

 

Qualifications:

 

EDUCATION: Youmust meet ONE of the following options:

1. Completion of 80 hours of training/course work on fingerprint or latentprint identification and comparison by a recognized law enforcement agency,P.O.S.T., F.B.I., Department of Justice or a recognized professional institute.

2. Associate’s Degree in Forensic Technology that includes college level coursework in basic fingerprinting and advanced fingerprinting.

3. Certificate in Forensic Technology that includes college level course workin basic fingerprinting and advanced fingerprinting.

4. Bachelor’s Degree in a physical science.

 

EXPERIENCE: You must meet ONE of the following options:

1. One year of full-time experience performing specialized identification offingerprints using Cal-ID or similar automated fingerprint identificationsystem.

2. 500 hours of experience (volunteer or intern experience is acceptable) in alatent print department setting performing fingerprint analysis or comparison.

3. One year of full-time experience identifying, collecting, photographing andpreserving evidence for police investigations.

HIGHLYDESIRABLE:

• Experienceentering and searching latent print evidence in an Automated FingerprintIdentification System (AFIS/IAFIS).

• Bachelor’s Degree in a physical science from an accredited college.

 


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