Sunday, 31 March 2013

Forensic police functions

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Forensic police functions

In this post, you can ref key functions of Forensic police in details. Based on this function list, you can set up daily duties, weekly duties, monthly tasks/activities.

I. List of Forensic police duties:
  1. Processes the most complex crime scenes requiring specialized techniques in recognizing, searching, collecting, and preserving fingerprint and physical evidence in addition to making impressions of shoe prints and tire markings
  2. Processes severed fingers removed from decomposed bodies for identification
  3. Develops, collects, and preserves latent fingerprints by dusting, chemical processing, and alternate light source technology
  4. Prepares, enters, and compares latent fingerprints in the Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS)
  5. Participates in case-related research projects and evaluates new procedures
  6. Conducts crime scene investigations to recognize, search for, collect, and preserve fingerprints and physical evidence such as hairs, fibers, plant material, and biological fluids
  7. Responds to Coroner's Office to locate and collect trace evidence from deceased victims using conventional techniques, chemical processing, and alternate light source technology
  8. Participates in training of incumbents and outside agencies' personnel
  9. Makes impressions of shoe prints, tire tracks, and other objects at crime scenes
  10. Takes aerial photographs and videotapes of crime scenes
  11. Provides expert testimony on fingerprint comparisons and processing of crime scenes
  12. Updates procedural manuals and participates in developing briefing and training videos
  13. Prepares detailed reports of activities and court exhibits
  14. Accesses crime scenes in a variety of environments including remote areas requiring mountaineering and other entrance and egress techniques in order to document and collect evidence. 
II. List of Forensic police qualifications

1.     Graduation from an accredited* college with a Bachelor's degree in criminalistics, police science, or a related field** -AND- Three years' paid experience at the level of Los Angeles County's class of Forensic Identification Specialist I*** participating in site investigations and laboratory analysis. Experience at the level of Forensic Identification Specialist I may be substituted for the required education on a year-for-year basis to a maximum of four years experience.
2.     Two years' paid experience as a Forensic Identification Specialist I in the service of the County of Los Angeles
3.     A valid California Class "C" Driver License
4.     The ability to respond appropriately to the cultural differences present among the organization’s service population and staff is required.
5.     Ability to work in partnership with other team members.
6.     Ability to forge a mutually respectful partnership with persons served and their families in which they are helped to gain the skills and confidence to address any issues and problems they face.
7.     Conviction about the capacity of people to grow and change.
8.     Ability to set limits and maintain the helping role of the practitioner and to intervene appropriately to meet the needs of the persons served or other family members.
9.     Ability to sit, stand, walk, lift light objects as needed, move about the office or otherwise perform the physical tasks required to perform the duties listed above.
10. Working knowledge of child abuse investigation and prosecution procedures, child development, and the dynamics of child and family abuse.
11. Minimum of Bachelor’s level degree in criminal justice, human service or related field.

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