Respond to crime scenes to identify, document, collect, and
preserve physical evidence for future examinations.
Examine and analyze evidence in the laboratory, including the
identification of suspected controlled, trace evidence (i.e. hairs,
fibers, physiological fluids), and the evaluation of various types
of physical evidence.
Conduct Hi-Tech crime analysis including the forensic
examination of electronic evidence (i.e. computers and hand-
Perform various photographic assignments, including
maintaining the digital image archive of crime scene photos,
and perform departmental photographic work, including
developing and printing a variety of films used for evidence and
Process evidence for latent fingerprints, examine latent
fingerprints and conduct fingerprint comparisons.
Attend autopsies in criminal cases for evidence collection,
documentation and evaluation.
Examine physical and trace evidence to determine if further
forensic analysis is required by forensic scientists at the
Department of Justice (DOJ) or Federal Bureau of
Prepare reports that document crime scenes and results of
Provide expert testimony in court regarding the examinations
and evaluations performed.
PROJECT OBJECTIVES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2023
Ensure collaboration with Crime Scene Investigative Officers in Field Operations with the collection of criminal evidence. This will include evaluating equipment and training needs.