What Police Identification and Records Officers Do
Collect evidence at crime scene, classify and identify fingerprints, and photograph evidence for use in criminal and civil cases.
Other Job Titles Police Identification and Records Officers May Have
Crime Scene Evidence Technician, Crime Scene Investigator, Crime Scene Technician, Criminalist, Field Identification Specialist, Forensic Specialist, Identification Officer, Identification Technician, Latent Fingerprint Examiner, Latent Print Examiner
Tasks & Responsibilities May Include Maintain records of evidence and write and review reports. Package, store and retrieve evidence. Submit evidence to supervisors, crime labs, or court officials for legal proceedings. Testify in court and present evidence. Analyze and process evidence at crime scenes, during autopsies, or in the laboratory, wearing protective equipment and using powders and chemicals. See More
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