International Association for Identification Job Postings
Part-time Latent Print Examiner - Orange County, Florida Sheriff's Office
Responsible for the examination and comparison of latent fingerprints by examining fingerprint evidence left at scene of crime and attempting to identify suspects, comparing latent prints to the prints of known suspects, and compiling reports on examination findings and entering data into computer systems. May be required to testify in court hearings about work performed.
Latent Print Analyst I & II - California Department of Justice
The Latent Print Analyst I: This is the entry and first working level in the series. Incumbents assist in performing difficult latent print analyses in the field and/or in the office involving the development, evaluation, comparison, and identification of latent prints from objects of evidence, structures, or other materials. Typical duties include assisting in gathering latent prints and tracing evidence at crime scenes; making impressions of tire tracks, tool marks, footprints, fingerprints, and other latent prints; performing latent fingerprint identification; conducting cold searches against an automated database search; preparing court exhibits; and preparing investigative reports an correspondence. Incumbents may also be assigned to perform latent print analyses relating to the Automated Fingerprint Identification System. The Latent Print Analyst II: This is the full journey level in the series. Incumbents independently perform difficult latent print analyses in the field and/or in the office involving the development, evaluation, comparison, and identification of latent prints from objects of evidence, structures or other materials. Typical duties include assisting local law enforcement officers in the investigation of crime scenes and the gathering of a variety of latent print evidence, making impressions of latent prints, including taking fingerprints from unknown deceased persons; performing difficult fingerprint identifications; conducting cold searches against an automated database search; preparing investigative reports and correspondence; preparing court exhibits; testifying in court as a latent print expert; and training local law enforcement officers/personnel in latent print analysis techniques. Incumbents may also assist in the training of Latent Print Analysts I.
Evidence Technician I - City of Wyoming, Michigan
Performs detailed and technical identification work required to ensure the proper collection and preservation of evidence. This position is responsible for fingerprinting, photography, computer mapping/graphics, crime scene search/documentation, preservation of evidence, preparing court exhibits, records and reports and performing related work as required.
Forensic Scientist Fingerprint Analyst CS_12 - District of Columbia Department of Forensic Services
This position is located in the Department of Forensic Sciences (DFS). The mission of the DFS is to provide high-quality, timely, accurate, and reliable forensic science services using best practices and best available technology, focusing on unbiased science and transparency, to enhance public safety and health. The position is responsible for forensic fingerprint analysis, which includes aspects of casework, accreditation, quality assurance and control programs within the Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL).
Forensic Scientist Fingerprint Analyst CS_11 - District of Columbia Department of Forensic Services
This position is located in the Department of Forensic Sciences (DFS). The mission of the DFS is to provide high-quality, timely, accurate, and reliable forensic science services using best practices and best available technology, focusing on unbiased science and transparency, to enhance public safety and health. The position is responsible for forensic fingerprint analysis, which includes aspects of casework, accreditation, quality assurance and control programs within the Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL).
Biometric (Tenprint) Examiner II - Ideal Innovations, Inc.
Manual comparison (on screen) of known fingerprints with candidate prints retrieved from the DoD ABIS to eliminate individuals or effect positive identifications. Verification of fingerprints to validate the correct sequence and orientation; comparison of known palm prints to eliminate individuals or effect positive identifications. Comparison of facial images to eliminate individuals or effect potential, positive identifications; and Comparison of encoded, iris scans to eliminate individuals or effect positive identifications; preparation of fingerprints, palm prints, face images, and/or iris images for entry into the DoD ABIS and other biometric repositories.
Latent Print Examiner - Ideal Innovations, Inc.
Examination of processed latent fingerprints and evaluation of their quality for entry into the DoD Enterprise ABIS and other Automated Fingerprint Identification Systems (AFIS); preparation of latent prints for entry into the AFIS through digital imaging techniques to enhance and maintain integrity of the images; employ encoding strategies to prepare latent print files for automated searches; manually compare latent prints with candidate prints retrieved from AFIS in order to eliminate individuals or effect positive identifications; utilize a case management system to properly document case notes and metrics and prepare reports to communicate results to the customer. High-volume throughput lab experience preferred, as well as vast experience in the examination and identification of extremely fragmented ridge detail (Complex examinations). In addition to these duties, examiners may also process face and iris images following internal training as a Facial and Iris Recognition Examiner by the DoD.
Forensic Analyst - Latent Print Examiner - BAE Systems
The Forensic Analyst Sr. (Latent Print Examiner) will conduct comparisons of subject to candidate and known to unknown fingerprint images using both automated tools as well as manual methodologies to make a determination of identification, exclusion or inconclusive. Run various search tools to local additional information on subjects. Provide excellent customer service to field agents in need of assistance with fingerprint related questions. Work in a team atmosphere providing round the clock support to State, Federal and Local Law Enforcement agencies, Medical Examiners Offices and agents throughout the Department of Homeland Security. Assist with both the Latent Print Unit and Tenprint Unit tasks.
Forensic Analyst - BAE Systems
The Forensic Analyst will conduct comparisons of subject to candidate fingerprint images using both automated tools as well as manual methodologies to make a determination of identification, exclusion or inconclusive. Run various search tools to local additional information on subjects.
Assistant Director - Kansas Bureau of Investigation
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) is seeking highly-qualified applicants for the position of Assistant Laboratory Director. This position is responsible for operating and maintaining the KBI forensic science laboratory quality assurance program, Evidence Control Center (ECC), Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) and Qualtrax. This position reports to the Forensic Science Laboratory Director.
Assistant Chief, Forensic Laboratories - Alaska Department of Public Safety
The Department of Public Safety is recruiting for an Assistant Chief, Forensic Laboratory to join our team committed to public safety through public service. This position is part of the Alaska State Crime Lab and under the general direction of the Forensic Laboratory Manager, the incumbent functions as the Assistant Laboratory Manager coordinating and managing the forensic activities of the Alaska Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory directly and through subordinate supervisors. Responsibilities include supervising forensic discipline supervisors, supervising research and development projects, and ensuring quality control.
Forensic Scientist Technical Leader CS_14 (Fingerprint) - District of Columbia Department of Forensic Services
This position is located in the Department of Forensic Sciences (DFS). The mission of the DFS is to provide high-quality, timely, accurate, and reliable forensic science services using best practices and best available technology, focusing on unbiased science and transparency, to enhance public safety and health. This position works in the Latent Fingerprint Unit (LFU) and under the Forensic Science Laboratory Director. The Technical Leader provides expert guidance and advice, and oversees the technical aspects of the LFU analysis programs, with the specific objective of ensuring that those programs maintain best practices, technical relevancy, and compliance with accreditation requirements and quality assurance standards.
Criminalist - City of Frisco, Texas Police Department
Under general supervision of the Criminalist Supervisor, the Criminalist will respond to crime scenes and perform technical investigations that involve the identification, collection, preservation, packaging and analysis of evidence.
Latent Prints Section Supervisor - Virginia Department of Forensic Science
The Virginia Department of Forensic Science, Central Laboratory, is seeking a qualified individual to supervise technical staff and the day-to-day operations of the Latent Prints Section, to include management of the section's backlog and compliance with accreditation standards, as well as state and Department policies and procedures. In addition, the Section Supervisor will independently perform comprehensive scientific analyses on a diversity of evidence submitted by law enforcement agencies; to recover and examine latent finger, palm and foot prints for identification purposes using state-of-the-art knowledge of methodologies, techniques and instrumentation related to the analysis of latent prints. Other duties include: preparing reports of findings for use by the criminal justice system and testifying in court as an expert witness; communicating with medical and legal officials concerning testing procedures, results, and conclusions; and instructing law enforcement officials on the handling of evidence. Requires some travel.
CCBI Agent - Crime Scene Investigator - Franklin County, NC Sheriff's Office
Under limited direction, investigates crime scenes by interviewing officers on the scene and confirming all legal requirements are met. Interviews witnesses or victims to discuss the scope of investigation and methods to be utilized in gathering evidence. Locates, documents, develops, secures and packages physical evidence for scientific evaluation and court display. Prepares detailed reports regarding observation and activities. Processes and tests evidence in the lab using a variety of chemicals and equipment. Packages, labels and seals items to ensure further scientific examination and possible courtroom display. Ensures chain of custody is maintained.
Intermediate Biometrics SME (Face) - Ideal Innovations, Inc.
Develop and maintain biometric examiner Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and processes and related materials for modalities other than fingerprints including face and iris; Research and analyze current multi-modal studies, issues, emerging trends, technical advances, examiner tools, and best practices, etc. as it relates to human examination and processes
Biometric Examiner (Facial & Iris Recognition) - Ideal Innovations, Inc.
Perform face and iris biometric examinations using Government-provided equipment and technology; Receive and process files and images; Pre-process images for image enhancement; Submit images into biometric systems; Compare facial and iris images and provide comparison results
Latent Print Examiner I - Polk County, Florida Sheriff's Office
The Latent Print Examiner I is responsible for the classification, filing, and searching of fingerprints. The member performs technical and operational duties and tasks specific to the position. The most important and essential job function of the position is attitude which includes the following: interacting positively and cooperating with co-workers, responding politely to customers, working as a team member, functioning under intense time pressure and responding in a positive manner to supervision. The Latent Print Examiner I may perform other related duties and tasks, as required and shall have the physical, mental and emotional abilities to perform the essential job duties of the position.
Criminal Justice Program Coordinator/Faculty - Oakland City University
The Criminal Justice Program Coordinator/Instructor is a combined teaching and administrative position that includes key responsibilities in program development, coordination, instruction, assessment and evaluation. The Coordinator also assists other CJ adjunct instructors with the implementation of teaching methods, educational materials, and the utilization of instructional technology to enhance learning in collaboration with the Dean of Arts and Sciences and other relevant staff.
Assistant Biometric Records Manager - Pinellas County, Florida Sheriff's Office
Under the general direction of the Biometric Records Manager, performs complex, responsible work requiring the supervision and training of a technical staff. Provides direction and coordination of personnel under their command, assuming responsibility for the performance of those members. This position is also responsible for directing latent print examinations, conducting technical reviews of latent casework, and providing expert witness testimony in courts of law. This position assists in the preparation of management documents relevant to budgeting and funding of routine operations. Supervision is exercised over subordinate technical personnel by assignment and daily review of tasks, periodic staff meetings, and inspections. Duties are accomplished with a degree of independence and at a level of authority and responsibility where the member must exercise good judgment and individual initiative. Work is reviewed through observation and results obtained.
Biometric Records Manager - Pinellas County, Florida Sheriff's Office
Under the general supervision of Support Services Bureau Commander, the primary focus of this position is complex, responsible work supervising the operations of the Automated Fingerprint Identification System (A.F.I.S.) Division. Work involves representing the Sheriff's Office at federal, state and local conferences involving networking of biometric data exchange systems, management of the Automated Fingerprint Identification System and liaison with other agencies. This position is also responsible for directing the processing of evidence for latent print impressions and providing expert witness testimony in courts of law. Work is reviewed through observation and results obtained.
Administrative Specialist III (Forensic Science Division Manager) - Prince George's County, Maryland
This is advanced executive level work performed within the Bureau of Forensic Science and Intelligence in the Police Department. The incumbent in this position will use extensive analytical, policy planning and coordination skills to direct the Forensic Science Division. Work requires a comprehensive knowledge of Departmental goals and objectives, and the approved principles, practices and procedures of modern law enforcement administration. Due to the level of work and assignments, extensive coordinative and/or supervisory skills are required.
Forensic Imaging Technologist - Pinellas County, Florida Sheriff's Office
Under the general supervision of the Forensic Imaging Supervisor, or designee, performs technical work of average to advanced difficulty in connection with digital imaging, video and photographic applications, and chemical processing of photographic paper. Work involves the processing, development, custody, and control of photographic evidence and equipment. Duties are accomplished with a degree of independence and at a level of responsibility where the member must exercise good judgment and individual initiative in the performance of assigned duties. A variety of clerical and equipment maintenance tasks are performed in connection with this position. Work is reviewed through observation and results obtained. Shift work is required.
Forensic Chemist - PAE
PAE is currently seeking a Forensic Chemist based in Fort Gillem, GA. May be required to travel OCONUS (as needed).
DNA Examiner - PAE
PAE is currently seeking a DNA Examiner based in Fort Gillem, GA. May be required to travel OCONUS (as needed).
Latent Print Examiner - PAE
PAE is currently seeking a Latent Print Examiner based in Fort Gillem, GA. May be required to travel OCONUS (as needed).
Firearms / Toolmark Examiner - PAE
PAE is currently seeking a firearm/toolmark examiner based in Forest Park, GA. Required to travel OCONUS (as needed).
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