Work includes conducting the preliminary and supplementary investigation of crimes; interviewing victims, complainants, witnesses, and suspects; secures and investigates the crime scene; identifies, collects, and preserves physical evidence; prepares reports and testifies in court. Work involves general criminal investigation and narcotics investigations. The work is performed under minimum supervision and requires the application of modern investigation techniques, sound judgment, and independent initiative in pursuit of work objectives. Work includes frequent public contact, which requires tact, firmness, and decisiveness. Work is performed in accordance with departmental policy, local ordinances, state and federal law, and constitutional guarantees. An employee is subject to hazards associated with law enforcement work to include being assaulted. An employee is required to make a responsible judgment as to the use of force to be deployed in any given situation. An employee must be available for callouts on major crimes and incidents. Work is performed under the general supervision of the police captain and is evaluated through observation, monitoring radio traffic, review of written reports, scheduled case reviews with the captain, citizen surveys, and discussion concerning how particular situations were handled.
This position may also be assigned on Domestic Violence Investigations, which includes but is not limited to: Managing the offender-focused domestic violence initiative, conducting advanced investigations and follow-up procedures for cases of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking—assisting victims in assessing services and advocacy matters. Monitoring and tracking notified offenders to ensure their responsibility.
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