International Association for Identification Job Postings
Identification Technician - Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska Police Department
Under general direction process and develop latent prints from physical evidence utilizing various enhancement techniques. Photograph, secure and preserve physical evidence. Maintain fingerprint files. Operate Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS). Perform latent print comparisons and identifications with proper documentation. Perform footwear and tire track comparison and identification duties, if qualified. Prepare reports with findings. Provide court testimony as an expert witness. Assist with training in specialty areas. Perform other duties as assigned.Multiple Forensic Science openings for Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU). Do you have an interest and the experience in performing independent routine / technical forensic examinations of evidence in the fields of latent prints, human DNA, explosives chemistry, or firearms-toolmarks£
Forensic Supervisor - Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska Police Department
Perform full working-level supervisory duties and is responsible for the operation of the Crime Laboratory of the department. Supervise all operations of the Anchorage Police Department Crime Lab. Supervise and participates in latent print examinations, analysis and comparisons. Testify in court as an expert witness in fingerprint analysis, any other certified disciplines and crime lab operations. Prepare laboratory's annual budget for input to Department administration. Serve as unit's liaison with state, federal, and military law enforcement agencies with regard to laboratory cases. Supervise automated fingerprint identification systems and files. Maintain and approve lab personnel leave and work schedules in database. Responsible for yearly management review of laboratory to meet international accreditation requirements. Other related duties as assigned or required. Utilize proficiency in evidence processing, photo & audio/video functions; knowledge of policies, practices and procedures and skills pertaining to latent fingerprint analysis, comparison and identifications; forensic lab operations; and management, supervisory and administrative techniques specific to law enforcement agencies.
Multiple Job Opportunities - Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU)
Multiple Forensic Science openings for Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU). Do you have an interest and the experience in performing independent routine / technical forensic examinations of evidence in the fields of latent prints, human DNA, explosives chemistry, or firearms-toolmarks£
Evidence Specialist, Part-Time - St. Johns County, FL Sheriff's Office
The Evidence Specialist is responsible for maintaining the chain of custody of evidence, handling evidence, preparing FDLE submittals, transporting evidence to crime labs and court, conducting reviews and return of evidence/property with the public and other appropriate entities, and other duties related to processing and storage of evidence.
Forensic Scientist III - City of Chandler, Arizona
The City of Chandler Police Department Forensic Services Section is currently seeking qualified individuals to fill the full-time position of FORENSIC SCIENTIST III. This position will work weekdays, and have the option to work a 5/8 schedule, or a flex 4/9, 5/9 schedule. The primary function of an employee in this class is to perform professional work by examining, identifying and evaluating physical/biological evidence submitted to the Forensic Services Section for analysis through the application of forensic science techniques and methodologies. A Forensic Scientist III is required to maintain and demonstrate proficiency in at least two (2) fields of forensic science in which case work is analyzed. An employee in this class also serves as a lead on technical duties including performing validations on new laboratory instruments, methods and procedures.
Crime Scene Specialist - City of Round Rock, Texas
Under general supervision, the Crime Scene Specialist responds to crime scenes and other serious incidents for the purpose of documenting and gathering evidence.
Forensic Investigator I - City of Sacramento, California Police Department
Under general supervision, to perform crime scene investigations, evaluate and process evidence, examine latent fingerprints and perform related duties and responsibilities in accordance with Police Department policies and procedures.
Crime Scene Analyst - Sarasota County, Florida Sheriff's Office
Conduct crime scene investigations to locate, identify, preserve, photograph/fully document, and prepare collected evidence to establish and maintain chain of custody and for submission to crime laboratories for analysis. Prepare cast impressions of footwear, tool, and tire impressions. Locate, develop, preserve, and collect latent prints at crime scenes using fuming techniques, powders, chemicals, photographic techniques, and alternate light sources. Process evidence in the lab with sequential processing for latent prints, collect DNA, and use advanced photographic techniques including UV/IR to document evidence/persons. Prepare crime scene sketches by hand and/or computer aided. Attend autopsy to photograph, collect, document, and package all evidence obtained from decedents. Prepare crime scene investigation reports to document findings and involvement and testify in depositions and court proceedings regarding these matters. Participates in community events. Perform other related duties as required.
Technical Trainer - NEC Corporation of America
The Technical Trainer organizes and conducts Biometrics applications training for customers and employees. Selects materials and appropriate delivery methods for programs on NEC Fingerprint and Facial Recognition products. Provides training at customer locations and at NEC facilities. Provides technical support and subject matter expertise using web-based, emails and phone calls. Manages and updates course materials, curriculums, and sample test data. Reviews and tests software applications for compliance with customer functionality requirements, and latent print analysis and examination within NEC. Plays a key role in liaising with customers and NEC staff regarding latent and tenprint problems and questions.
Fingerprint Technician - Pinellas County, Florida Sheriff's Office
Under the direction of a supervisor, performs technical work of average difficulty in the capture of friction skin impressions, AFIS computer input, and verification of search results, classification, searching, comparison and filing of fingerprints, and palm prints. A variety of clerical tasks are performed in connection with this position. Work follows well-established procedures and guidelines. Work is reviewed through observation and results obtained. Shift work is required.
Latent Print Examiner - City of Miami, Florida Police Department
This is specialized and technical work in latent fingerprint/palm print examination and identification within the Police Department. Work involves the examination, comparison, and identification of latent fingerprints/palm prints and other specialized methods utilizing chronology knowledge of latent print processing. Work includes the responsibility for the maintenance and identification of criminal evidential records and latent fingerprint/palm print evidence. Work is intellectual and varied in nature as opposed to routine mental, manual, mechanical, and physical work and involves the consistent exercise of judgment and discretion in its performance. Work may be performed on an assigned basis as part of an investigation/prosecution of criminal offenders. Direct supervision is received from the Senior Latent Print Examiner or designee who reviews work for completeness, technical quality, and adherence to departmental standards.
Director, Office of Forensic Services - New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services
The New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) is seeking a Director for the Office of Forensic Services. The Director develops and promotes a State accreditation structure for New York's public forensic laboratories. Essential job duties include serving as DCJS' representative to, and/or liaison with, the Commission on Forensic Science, the DNA Subcommittee and the New York Crime Laboratory Advisory Committee; researching and evaluating quality assurance and quality control methodologies, existing accreditation programs and minimum standards for forensic DNA analysis; advising DCJS on distribution of funds for public forensic labs; coordinating a centralized forensic training program; surveying law enforcement to assess the needs of the criminal justice system with respect to forensic services; representing DCJS at professional forensic and criminal justice association meetings; and supervising a professional staff.
Part-time Latent Print Examiner - Orange County, Florida Sheriff's Office
The Orange County Sheriff's Office in Orlando, Florida invites applicants to apply for the position of Part-time Latent Print Examiner (16-32 hrs. / week, Contract Position). Responsible for the examination and comparison of latent fingerprints by examining fingerprint evidence left at scene of crime and attempting to identify suspects, comparing latent prints to the prints of known suspects, and compiling reports on examination findings and entering data into computer systems. May be required to testify in court hearings about work performed.
Biometrics Analyst Support Manager: Tenprint Examiner - Ideal Innovations, Inc.
Serve as senior consultant to the local Afghan fingerprint examiners on questions of classification, quality control, identifications, and other technical matters concerning fingerprint identification matters.
Forensic Latent Print / Laboratory Management Mentor - Ideal Innovations, Inc.
Serve as senior consultant to the local Afghan fingerprint and latent print examiners on questions of classification, quality control, identifications, and other technical matters concerning finger print identification. Serve as instructor and mentor to new and current local Afghan finger print and latent print personnel. Works with and assist the other mentors (Chemical Exam, Document and Media Exploitation, Firearm and Tool mark examiner) in order to achieve and maintain a high level of productivity. Reviews, develops and implements internal and external operational procedures to enhance overall forensic program effectiveness. Interacts and confers with Afghan military, police and other related program personnel to identify, develop, refine and implement adequate operational processes and procedures. Identify current and future supply, equipment, and personnel needs. Identify training needs. Periodically review (QC) output to ensure accuracy and integrity. Verify and or confirm latent identifications. Other duties as identified by the Forensic Mentorship Program Manager.
Supervisor - Crime Scene - Houston Forensic Science Center, Inc.
Under the general direction of the Director and/or Deputy Director of the Division, the Supervisor provides day-to-day supervision of assigned staff members, coordinating daily activities to promote efficiency in crime scene management while ensuring the accuracy and timeliness of results.
Experienced Crime Scene Investigator - Houston Forensic Science Center, Inc.
The Crime Scene Investigator is responsible for identifying, documenting, collecting, and interpreting evidence from complex and high-profile crime scenes, typically in conjunction with an ongoing police investigation.
Forensic Unit Supervisor (Civil Service) - Spokane County, Washington
The Forensic Unit Supervisor is responsible for supervisory functions of the Forensic Unit which includes the day-to-day operations of the Spokane County-City Forensic Unit. Supervise employees and interns in the day-to-day operations of the Forensic Unit. This includes the oversight of the Public Fingerprint Counter, the digital lab, latent processing labs, crime scene response teams, fingerprint examinations, and automated identification system. The supervisor will stay current with developments in the Forensic Science field.
Latent Print Examiner - American Systems
AMERICAN SYSTEMS is one of the top 100 employee owned companies in the United States. Employer Ownership means, that at AMERICAN SYSTEMS, we treat each other with respect. Every member of our team has a vested interest and benefits from MISSION SUCCESS. We all have the same goals - particularly in service to our nation's War Fighters; providing, team-focused, mission-essential support in challenging environments. Being truly effective means pushing beyond basic requirements. We build skilled and committed teams of experts. We conduct our work with a sense of purpose; loyal to the mission, our clients, each other and to the long-term success of the company. The successful candidate will be able to work as part of an integrated government/contractor team.
Forensic Analyst (Latent Print Examiner) - BAE Systems
The Forensic Analyst Sr. (Latent Print Examiner) will conduct comparisons of subject to candidate and known to unknown fingerprint images using both automated tools as well as manual methodologies to make a determination of identification, exclusion or inconclusive. Run various search tools to local additional information on subjects. Provide excellent customer service to field agents in need of assistance with fingerprint related questions. Work in a team atmosphere providing round the clock support to State, Federal and Local Law Enforcement agencies, Medical Examiners Offices and agents throughout the Department of Homeland Security. Assist with both the Latent Print Unit and Tenprint Unit tasks.
Forensic Analyst - BAE Systems
The Forensic Analyst will conduct comparisons of subject to candidate fingerprint images using both automated tools as well as manual methodologies to make a determination of identification, exclusion or inconclusive. Run various search tools to local additional information on subjects. Provide excellent customer service to field agents in need of assistance with fingerprint related questions. Work in a team atmosphere providing round the clock support to State, Federal and Local Law Enforcement agencies, Medical Examiners Offices and agents throughout the Department of Homeland Security.
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