$21.35-$30.44 Hourly / $3,700.67-$5,276.27 Monthly / $44,408.00-$63,315.20 Yearly
Takes, classifies, searches, compares, and files fingerprints; maintains fingerprint index files; operates mobile crime laboratory; photographs and processes crime scenes for latent fingerprints/evidence; photographs and fingerprints deceased persons; makes plaster casts; performs gunshot residue tests.
Collects, processes and preserves evidence; processes booking reports; processes and issues non-motorized vehicle reports; processes civil applications utilizing the Live Scan.
Types detailed supplements and other written materials to establish a permanent record describing the crime scene; files completed forms in criminal history jackets; prepares fingerprint records for courtroom use; attests to validity of records in court; provides other law enforcement agencies with information and photographs from identification files.
Assists in training lower level crime scene technicians.
Performs related work as required.
Working knowledge of: modern fingerprinting, fingerprint classification, and crime photography techniques.
Some knowledge of: fingerprint procedures of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and other law enforcement agencies; records keeping techniques; courtroom proceedings.
Ability to: classify, file and maintain accurate fingerprint and photographic records; operate a mobile crime laboratory; operate photographic and fingerprint dusting equipment; understand and follow precise oral and written instructions; establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees and the general public; handle confidential documents according to procedures in order to maintain their security; perform duties requiring physical strength and endurance; work under hazardous conditions.
Skill in: operation and maintenance of photographic and fingerprint dusting equipment.