$25.36-$37.98 Hourly / $4,395.73-$6,583.20 Monthly / $52,748.80-$78,998.40 Yearly
Supervises all personnel, activities, and functions of the police department’s identification section on an assigned shift; assists in preparing duty schedules; enforces departmental rules and regulations; advises supervisor of problems which are of an unusual or complicated nature; maintains control over department’s criminal and non-criminal records.
Assigns personnel in an effective and efficient manner; establishes and institutes an orderly rotation of assignments; promotes effective working relationships among employees through diplomatic communication and investigation of problems and complaints; instructs subordinates in performance of assigned duties in accordance with organizational procedures.
Operates a mobile crime laboratory; processes crime scenes for evidence; photographs and fingerprints deceased persons; takes, classifies, searches, compares, and files fingerprints.
Organizes files in order to facilitate use; prepares fingerprint charts and records and photographic prints in order to use as evidence in court.
Reviews the work of personnel; reviews and coordinates requests for leave; maintains adequate equipment and supplies; oversees the maintenance of property and equipment; maintains records and reports that are necessary for the effective and efficient operation of the unit; recommends personnel actions such as discipline, reprimands, demotions, suspensions, and dismissals; completes performance evaluations.
Performs related work as required.
Comprehensive knowledge of: modern fingerprinting, fingerprint classification, and crime photography techniques; fingerprint procedures of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and other law enforcement agencies.
Extensive knowledge of: effective supervisory techniques.
Considerable knowledge of: courtroom proceedings; office management, records keeping, and report writing procedures.
Ability to: operate a mobile crime laboratory; photograph crime scenes, as well as collect and preserve evidence; testify in court as to validity of evidence; maintain records and write reports; plan, assign, supervise, and review the work of others; establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees and the general public; perform duties requiring physical strength and endurance; work under hazardous conditions.
Skill in: operation and maintenance of photographic and fingerprint dusting equipment.