The US Fugitive Warrants is recognized as one of the most progressive and innovative fugitive recovery agencies in the country and continually strives to develop programs which focus on increased service in conjunction with enhanced effectiveness in reducing forfeitures.
BASIC FIELD INVESTIGATOR
US Fugitive Warrants is seeking qualified women and men who are interested in becoming Investigators. As a Investigator you will attend a California Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) certified training to receive education and training in all aspects of law enforcement such as laws of arrest, search and seizure, crime prevention, community relations, first-aid, physical conditioning, self-defense, handling of weapons and other related duties. Upon completion from the course, the investigator assumes the duties of that position.
Salary: $15.31 – $20.31 hourly
Openings: San Diego County, Los Angeles County
The Supervising Investigator will supervise, schedule, coordinate, and participate in the investigation activities of US Fugitive Warrants. This position receives cases assigned to a district and is responsible for managing the case to a close and will oversee staff that provides investigation services.
Duties may include, but are not limited to the following:
• Supervise, schedule, and coordinate activities of the investigations unit.
• Coordinate document/information releases to internal and external customers and be responsible for legal compliance with federal, state, and local laws pertaining to such releases.
• Administer the department’s computerized Records Management System (RMS).
• Develop and implement operational policies and procedures for the investigation section.
• Ensure compliance with new laws, policies and procedures; keep staff informed of changes in laws and other agency requirements.
• Oversee proper procedures relative to assigned operations including the areas of warrants, prisoner transportation and due diligence.
• Train new personnel and prepare annual evaluations of assigned staff. Initiate and recommend disciplinary action.
• Research, collect data, and prepare a variety of statistical and written reports and required.