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Author Topic: Criminalist II (Firearms and Toolmarks Examiner) Oakland Police Department  (Read 3867 times)

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Offline Mark Bennett

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Updated Information:
Recruitment has finally opened. See City of Oakland website at the link below.
 
Criminalist II (Firearms and Toolmarks Examiner)Salary:  $6,264-7,691 per month
 
Recruitment:  opens June 1st; closes July 19th, 2013.  The Oakland Police Department Criminalistics Laboratory has an opening for Criminalist II (Firearms and Toolmarks Examiner).   The laboratory is accredited by ASCLD/LAB and is seeking candidates at the experienced, casework-qualified level. 
 
The Oakland Police Department Crime Laboratory firearms unit has a rich history and was founded by John E. Davis (author of An Intoduction to Tool Marks, Firearms and the Straigraph). As in the day of John Davis there is an emphsis on continued development of the firearms and toolmark science. The casework in Oakland is both challenging and rewarding. The Firearms Unit performs firearms testing and classification, comparison work, operation of IBIS (NIBIN database), distance determinations and responds to shooting incidents for trajectory analysis and reconstruction.
 
A detailed announcement, requirements, and application materials are available at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/oaklandca/default.cfm
« Last Edit: June 11, 2013, 03:29:36 PM by Mark Bennett »
Mark Bennett
Criminalist III, Firearms Unit,
Oakland Police Department,
Criminalistics Division,
455 7th Street, Room 608,
Oakland, CA,
94607

 

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