US Government, Police Administration
The City of Fairfax Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division (CID) investigates offenses related to major crimes, vice related crimes, property crimes, financial crimes, and juvenile and family related crimes. The division also investigates cybercrimes and handles a large portion of police department’s forensics. Detectives in the division regularly interact, coordinate, and assist with federal, state, and local agencies in partnership capacities. The Criminal Investigations Division conducts all background investigations for the police department – critical to hiring the best qualified applicants to serve the City of Fairfax.
This is responsible administrative work, which involves a wide variety of activities in providing support to one or more professional, administrative and/or managerial employees.
Under general direction, performs a variety of administrative assignments of moderate difficulty involving the exercise of independent judgement and initiative. Work will be varied requiring some knowledge of department’s goals and objectives. Work may require performance of non-routine administrative tasks. This class is distinguished from the Administrative Assistant II by the diversity of administrative assignments and the increased requirement to apply knowledge of policies and procedures.