$45.70-$62.66 Hourly / $3,655.71-$5,012.76 BiWeekly /
In the Division of Criminal Justice, Office of the Chief State's Attorney, this class is accountable for directing the investigatory activities of special unit inspectors and/or for performing special investigations. In addition, the class is used in the following manner:
a. manages the Division's fleet operations
b. coordinates the statewide system for extradition of prisoners and interstate compact cases
c. acts as liaison between the Division and Connecticut State Police and/or investigative staff of various police departments
Directs DCJ special investigation programs; plans, organizes and directs all investigation activities; formulates goals and objectives; trains and evaluates staff; interprets, recommends and implements agency policies and procedures relative to inspectors; assigns inspectors to pre-arrest and post-arrest investigations; develops reporting systems and prepares status reports on investigations; reviews activities for compliance with statutory requirements, accepted practices, and Division policies and procedures; acts as liaison with State and local agencies on investigative matters; evaluates complaints received and resolves or refers to appropriate governmental agency; personally handles the most complex, sensitive and/or internal investigations.
1. Fleet Management: Manages the acquisition, use, inspection, maintenance and disposition of a fleet of vehicles for the Division of Criminal Justice; authorizes major repairs; maintains records on all repairs; prepares specifications for vehicles to be purchased; conducts internal investigations on motor vehicle accidents; reviews statewide requests for suppressed registrations and licenses; performs related duties as required.
2. Extradition: Monitors the statewide system for extradition and interstate compact cases to accommodate national and international requests; reviews procedures for the transportation of prisoners and recommends necessary revisions; evaluates and selects prisoner transportation companies to be utilized in Connecticut; reviews receipts to ascertain whether transportation was carried out effectively; monitors all expenses incurred for extradition and interstate compact matters; performs related duties as required.
3. Liaison: Acts as liaison between the Division and various law enforcement agencies and organizations; reviews reports of incidents which require action of the Chief State's Attorney; prepares analyses and recommendations for dispositions of these referrals; plans and organizes joint projects among agencies to avoid duplication of effort and maximize utilization of agency resources; performs related duties as required.
Considerable knowledge of modern law enforcement principles and practices; considerable knowledge of the principles and procedures of coordinating criminal investigations; considerable knowledge of and ability to apply relevant laws and regulations; knowledge of and ability to apply management principles and techniques; knowledge of the State judicial system and procedures; considerable interpersonal skill; considerable oral and written communication skills; considerable ability to analyze and organize presentation of data; ability to design and maintain complex record keeping systems; ability to qualify in use of firearms.
Fleet Management: Considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of fleet management; knowledge or procedures for vehicle procurement; knowledge of the methods of vehicle maintenance and repair.
Extradition: Knowledge of Interstate compact agreements; ability to audit financial documents.
Liaison: Knowledge of the organization of various law enforcement agencies; knowledge of the jurisdiction of other State agencies.