Unit: SEIU - General Unit (G)
$27.62-$33.57 Hourly / $4,787.59-$5,819.32 Monthly / $57,451.06-$69,831.84 Yearly
Unit: SEIU - General Unit (G)
$24.02-$29.20 Hourly / $4,163.55-$5,060.90 Monthly / $49,962.64-$60,730.80 Yearly
Criminal Investigative Technician I: This is the entry-level classification in the job series. Under general supervision, incumbents perform a variety of routine investigative liaison duties. Positions are flexibly-staffed and incumbents are expected to advance to the Criminal Investigative Technician II classification upon obtaining the required experience.
Criminal Investigative Technician II: This is the journey-level classification in the job series and is distinguished from Criminal Investigative Technician I by assignment of more complex and difficult investigative liaison duties. Incumbents perform the full range of duties assigned in an independent manner within established guidelines.
Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Knowledge of: Federal, state, and local laws and regulations; basic principles of investigation and basic criminal investigative techniques; social media datamining; efficient customer service skills and techniques; modern office procedures, methods, and equipment including computer-related software programs; report presentation techniques; and proper use of English, spelling, and grammar.
Ability to: Analyze crimes, including evidence, criminal histories, interpersonal relationships, financial data, and other factors; evaluate probable motives, behaviors, and alternative causes and reach sound conclusions based upon research and collaboration; collect, evaluate, and interpret varied data, either in statistical, narrative, or interview form; conduct interviews and case research; interpret and apply laws, regulations, policies and procedures; prepare clear and concise reports, and other written materials; organize and maintain accurate records and files; coordinate multiple cases and meet critical deadlines; exercise sound judgement within established guidelines; communicate clearly, concisely, and effectively, orally, and in writing; use tact, discretion, and sensitivity in dealing with sensitive situations; establish and maintain effective working relationships with victims, suspects, media representatives, attorneys, Court officials, police personnel, citizen groups, and the public; operate computer and utilize appropriate software programs and databases.
Environment: works both inside in an office environment and in field settings; may drive a vehicle to different locations.
Physical Abilities: hearing and speaking sufficient to exchange information in person, on the telephone, and at formal presentations; vision sufficient to read computer screens; audio-visual discrimination and perception for making observations; sitting, standing, and walking for extended periods of time; occasional lifting up to 20 pounds; uses hands to handle, feel, or operate standard office equipment including personal computer; and mental capacity to observe and interpret people and situations.
Hazards: may be exposed to unpredictable, hostile situations, and people; exposure to computer screens.
A combination of education, training, and experience equivalent to:
Criminal Investigative Technician I: Two years of college coursework in criminal justice, political science, sociology, or a closely related field and one year of experience in investigative work or other related work within the law enforcement field.
Criminal Investigative Technician II: Two years of college coursework in criminal justice, political science, sociology, or a closely related field and three years of varied analytical and technical experience in law enforcement investigative work.