MPA Job listCrime Lab & Evidence Room Manager - SLC Corp.

Angie Stefaniak angela.stefaniak at cppa.utah.edu
Mon Jun 19 09:13:11 MDT 2006


  Salt Lake City Corporation                           
                     Job Announcement

Human Resource Management                                               

451 South State Street, Room 115, Salt Lake City, Utah 
84111                                                          Job Bid:  
 060135

TDD (Hearing Impaired Line) 
801-535-7218                                                                            
           Job Code:   0621

Office 801-535-7900 - Fax 801-535-6614

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CRIME LAB AND EVIDENCE ROOM MANAGER

Salt Lake City Police -Investigative Bureau - Supervisor: A. White - 
(607) $21.01 an hour

Closing date: June 29, 2006 at 5:00 p.m.

 

Supervises the daily operations of the Police Department Crime 
Laboratory and Evidence Room in office, field, and laboratory settings. 
Responds to calls for service and call outs when necessary.  Directs the 
overall operations of the Crime Laboratory and Evidence Room. This 
includes handling time records, requests for time off, overtime, shift 
sign ups, performance evaluations, and scheduling. Investigates 
complaints against Crime Laboratory and Evidence Room personnel. Reviews 
Crime Laboratory and Evidence Room safety practices to ensure compliance 
with federal, state, and local requirements. Assesses the need for and 
evaluates forensic and storage equipment and makes recommendations for 
purchase and utilization in the Crime Laboratory and Evidence Room. 
Manages and maintains a Crime Laboratory and Evidence Room inventory 
which includes all

 non-disposable assets. Arranges for authorized disposal of obsolete, 
broken or worn out equipment. Coordinates equipment repair. Develops 
annual budget for the Crime Laboratory and Evidence Room and makes 
expenditures within budgetary constraints.  Calculates costs for photo 
services provided to outside agencies. Designs a viable in-house 
training program for new hires.  Locates, assesses and provides for 
continuing training of Crime Laboratory   employees in the following 
areas: the use of the Automated Fingerprint Identification System 
(A.F.I.S.), collection and preservation of latent fingerprints through 
dusting, chemical and photographic means, casting of footprints, tire 
prints, tool marks, marijuana analysis, and other types of forensic 
evidence, and expert witness courtroom presentation.  Locates, assesses 
and provides for continuing training of Evidence Room employees in the 
areas of safeguarding, documenting, and processing of evidence for 
evidentiary purposes. Develops workable implementation plans, monitors 
the transition and evaluates the results for more efficient and 
effective services to the Police Department and the public.  Develops 
and implements Crime Laboratory and Evidence Room policies and 
procedures within Police Department standards and in accordance with 
International Association for Identification, American Academy of 
Forensic Sciences, and American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors 
standards and recommendations.  Maintains an inventory of disposable 
items used in the Crime Laboratory and Evidence Room including: 
photographic film, photographic paper, fingerprint dusting supplies, 
chemicals, gunshot residue kits, drug test kits, evidence collection 
item, office supplies, packaging supplies, and other forensic supplies. 
Delegates work assignments to supervisory personnel, sets expectations 
and monitors the delegated activities for timeliness, thoroughness, and 
completeness. Performs other duties as assigned.

 
Minimum Qualifications:

 

    * A Bachelor's degree in Forensic Science, Criminal Justice,
      Criminalistics, or related field and four (4) years paid work
      experience in a crime laboratory or sworn law enforcement setting
      including two (2) years of experience in a supervisory capacity.
      Experience and education may be substituted on a year for year basis.

 

CRIME LAB AND EVIDENCE ROOM MANAGER

Minimum Qualifications Continued:

    * Thorough knowledge of proper crime scene investigation,
      fingerprinting, Automated Fingerprint Identification Systems,
      photography, and evidence collection, preservation, and storage
      techniques.
    * Ability to attend and successfully complete a basic and an
      advanced course relating to one of the forensic disciplines
      recognized by the International Association for Identification
      (IAI), or the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) 
      sponsored by the FBI, IAI, AAFS, Police Officer Standard Training
      (P.O.S.T.) or other recognized entity.
    * Ability to obtain a working knowledge of the basic fingerprint
      classification system.
    * Possession of or ability to obtain a valid Utah Drivers License.
    * Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
    * Ability to use Windows based computer software.
    * Ability to physically reach crime scenes.
    * Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
      with police officers, court representatives, other public safety
      agencies and the general public.
    * High level of Leadership and personnel management skills.
    * Successful completion of Salt Lake City Civil Service Commission
      examination process.
    * Subject to call out after regularly scheduled shift on an as
      needed basis

 
Desired Qualifications:

 Master's degree in Forensic Science, Criminal Justice, Criminalistics 
or related field preferred.

    * Successful graduation from the American Institute of Applied
      Science or certification in one of the forensic disciplines
      recognized by the IAI or the AAFS.
    * Completion of a basic and an advanced course relating to one of
      the forensic disciplines recognized by the International
      Association for Identification (IAI), or the American Academy of
      Forensic Sciences (AAFS).  The courses must be sponsored by the
      FBI, IAI, AAFS, Police Officer Standard Training (P.O.S.T.) or
      other recognized entity.
    * A working knowledge of the basic fingerprint classification system

 

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