Property Technician-Police Department
|November 28, 2017 - December 12, 2017|
|Salary Range:||$35,801-$39,934 starting salary range|
|Benefits:||Medical, dental & vision insurance, 401a, Retiree Health Savings Account, paid leave, Life & LTD insurance|
|Employment Type:||Full Time|
|Description:||Under the supervision of the Police Command Officer, performs the duties of receiving, recording, storing, preserving, releasing, and disposing of evidence and/or found or abandoned property in the care of the Police Department. Maintains the police property room and off-site storage facilities. Works with officers, court personnel, and citizens to ensure the proper safeguarding, retention, and release of property and evidence. Performs quartermaster duties maintaining and inventorying department equipment as directed.|
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|Duties:||Develops and recommends policies and procedures to improve integrity and security of evidence, contraband, and other police-held property.|
Receives, stores, processes, preserves, and releases evidence and auction abandoned property; receives, stores and disposes of contraband.
Orders, issues, stores, and disposes of uniforms and other police officer equipment.
Perform quartermaster duties for department equipment and uniforms.
Maintains the equipment and work area; processes identification photographs and fingerprints as required.
Keep informed of modern property handling methods and techniques.
Maintain inventory activity reports. Prepare detailed skills and reports.
Performs accounting duties; receives receipts, invoices, purchase orders, credit card statements, check requests and petty cash payments.
|Qualifications:||Associate's degree in law enforcement, criminal justice, or related field or comparable work experience in processing and handling evidence.|
Two or more years of experience in police operations. Considerable knowledge of state and federal laws and local ordinances related to the handling, processing, disposal, and storage of property. Knowledge of police photography, latent print examination, and criminal science processing techniques.
Knowledge of the basic principles and practices of bookkeeping and accounting.
Skill in the use of office equipment and technology, including computers and related software, and the ability to master new technologies.
Skill in effectively communicating ideas and concepts orally and in writing.
Maintain a valid State of Michigan Vehicle Operator's License and LEIN Certification.
Ability to travel to other locations.
Required to stand, walk, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; ability to lift and/or move items of moderate to heavy weight; work outdoors; may be handling hazardous contraband.
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