Posted: 02/26/2023

      Under direction, manage assigned cases as a civilian criminal investigator and/or perform background investigations on police personnel; perform investigative and/or administrative tasks in support of police activities; and perform related work. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS
      This is a civilian, non-sworn classification, reporting to a Police Sergeant or Police Lieutenant. Technical or functional supervision may be provided by other sworn police personnel. This classification is distinguished from the Police Investigative Aide by its responsibility for independent management of caseloads. Incumbents of the Police Investigative Aide classification assist sworn personnel in enhancing their cases prior to submittal to the District Attorney or City Attorney.
      This classification is scheduled to receive a wage increase of 3.00% effective the first full pay period in January 2024.
    • Key Responsibilities
    • The following duties and responsibilities are representative of those typically performed by positions assigned to this classification. Any single position may not perform all of these duties and/or may perform similar related tasks not listed here.

      < >Identify, locate and conduct interviews and interrogations of suspects, victims, witnesses, applicants, neighbors, employers, co-workers during investigations to obtain details, information, admissions, and additional leads.Obtain necessary documentation from law enforcement agencies and other facts pertaining to investigations; collect and verify information by letter, telephone or personal contact.Perform crime scene investigations, including identifying, collecting, preserving and processing physical evidence.Evaluate allegations and determine if a criminal investigation is warranted, open investigation or refer complainant to appropriate agency.Utilize computer systems to access and retrieve information from local, State, and Federal computer databases.Seize and book evidence into the Property and Evidence Unit.Prepare and file search warrant returns; evaluate information retrieved and take appropriate action, assemble printouts into case file for future reference.Analyze documents and related records; prepare charts, diagrams, and other visual aids to demonstrate method of operation and linkages.Prepare reports, complaints and other necessary documents relating to assigned investigations; testify in court.Stay abreast of current case law and new investigation and prosecution techniques.Assist other investigators and detectives and outside agencies as needed.Minimum Qualifications
    • Education

      < value="1" >An Associate’s degree in criminal justice, administration of justice, or a closely related field; ORSuccessful completion of 60 college units with course work in criminal justice, administration of justice, or a closely related field; ORSuccessful completion of a POST-certified Basic Course for Peace Officers.Experience
      Two (2) years of experience performing criminal investigative duties in a private investigative, law enforcement, public defender or other investigative agency.
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