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CID Investigator

POSITION VACANCY

CID INVESTIGATOR

OPENS JANUARY 8, 2024

CLOSES JANUARY 22, 2024

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION

The CID Investigator works under the general direction and supervision of the CID Supervisor and is responsible for conducting follow-up investigations on criminal complaints and any other duties or assignments that may be made by the CID Supervisor. This position is governed by law enforcement procedures, state and federal laws, and department policy and procedures.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Conducts criminal investigations of persons suspected of violating criminal laws; processes crime scenes; collects evidence at a crime scene by using photography, latent prints, and other investigative techniques; interviews victims, witnesses, and suspects; takes oral, written, and taped statements from victims, witnesses, and suspects; advises suspects of their constitutional rights; writes reports and updates reports as required; makes arrests; prepares affidavits for warrants; assists with serving both arrest and search warrants; fingerprints and photographs suspects; recovers stolen property; and maintains case load status.
  2. Presents investigative reports and evidence to the Prosecuting Attorney for prosecution purposes; responds to motions of discovery; advises victims as to the progress of an investigation; may assist in conducting background investigations on perspective employees; may assist with conducting internal investigations as needed or directed.
  3. Sends or transports evidence to the State Crime Laboratory for examination and analysis.
  4. Answers walk-in and phone questions about law enforcement related questions from the public.
  5. Reviews reports and intelligence from other law enforcement agencies and calls other agencies to discuss investigations and suspects.
  6. Maintains contact with informants in obtaining information about cases under investigation; and conducts surveillance operations during investigations if necessary.
  7. Assists the Patrol and other divisions with advice and instruction as requested.
  8. Maintains and reviews pawn records, investigative files, records, forms, and video/audio tape libraries.
  9. Testifies in District Court, Circuit Court, and Federal Court when required.
  10. Perform any other related duties as required or assigned.

Minimum Qualifications: Applicant must have completed the law enforcement training academy, must be CLEST certified, must have completed at least three (3) year's total law enforcement experience and possess a Basic Certificate from the Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and Training.

The deadline to apply is close of business (5:00P), January 15, 2024.

Contact Chief Deputy Mark Hollingsworth with any questions related to the position.