Crime Scene Technician

US Government, Tacoma Police Department

Crime Scene Technicians perform specialized, technical work gathering, processing and preserving evidence at crime scenes in support of law enforcement activities. Examples of work include but are not limited to detecting, collecting, preserving, packaging, and transporting evidence; processing for latent fingerprints; performing forensic photography and producing crime scene diagrams. Crime Scene Technicians also prepare comprehensive written reports and testify in courts of law. Crime Scene Technicians are subject to standby and call-out assignments and work a variety of shifts and days of the week. Position requires lifting objects weighing up to 50 pounds, walking, standing, sitting, pushing/pulling, balancing, climbing, kneeling, bending, stooping and dragging. Incumbents will be required to use a respirator and personal protective equipment when working around hazardous chemicals and evidence that may be biohazardous or carcinogenic.

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