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    Patrol Officer

    Patrol officers perform general policing work on an assigned shift. Their primary duties involve protection of life and property, responding to reports calls from citizens, investigating crimes, and enforcing laws. Officers work under the direct supervision of a higher ranking officer and must adhere to all general orders, rules, and regulations. They will be exposed to dangerous situations and encounter life ...
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    Detective / Investigator

    Detective and investigators are responsible for responding to all major crime scenes to evaluate, process, photograph, document, collect and preserve evidence. They perform follow up and ongoing investigations on serious and complex crimes not handled by patrol officers. They will consult with their counterparts in other agencies and will participate on task forces regarding cross-jurisdictional crimes. There may be opportunity for ...
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    Correctional Officer and Jailer

    Correctional Officers and Jailers Guard inmates in penal or rehabilitative institution in accordance with established regulations and procedures. A Correctional Officer may guard prisoners in transit between jail, courtroom, prison, or other point. This Includes deputy sheriffs and police who spend the majority of their time guarding prisoners in correctional institutions. Monitor conduct of prisoners, according to established policies, regulations, and ...
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    Special Agent

    Investigates alleged or suspected criminal violations of federal, state, or local laws to determine if evidence is sufficient to recommend prosecution: Analyzes charge, complaint, or allegation of law violation to identify issues involved and types of evidence needed. Assists in determining scope, timing, and direction of investigation. Develops and uses informants to get leads to information. Obtains evidence or establishes facts ...
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    Police Officer / Deputy Sheriff

    Police Officer / Deputy Sheriff
    Police officers and deputy sheriffs work in partnership with the public and organizations to reduce crime and fear of crime. They are citizen-focused, responding to the needs of individuals and communities. Using the latest technology, police officers and deputy sheriffs are trained to manage information and intelligence in order to secure successful court prosecutions. Search for "police officer": and "deputy sheriff": ...
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    Crime Scene Investigator

    Scenes of Crime Officers (SOCOs), or Crime Scene Investigators (CSIs), work with police in the investigation of serious crime. Usually they are civilians, although sometimes they may be police officers in uniform or plain clothes. The crimes can vary in seriousness from burglary and vehicle crime, to murder and rape. Crime Scene Investigators are among the first to arrive at a ...
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