Property and Evidence Clerk jobs in the United States

Property and Evidence Clerk receives, records, stores, and safeguards evidence collected from crime investigations. Prepares records of articles according to chain of custody procedures and maintains evidence database. Being a Property and Evidence Clerk releases property or evidence being retained to designated party for court presentation or other disposition. Maintains storage facility and coordinates proper disposal of sensitive materials including narcotics, bio-hazardous materials, firearms, and explosives. Additionally, Property and Evidence Clerk typically requires a high school diploma. Typically reports to a supervisor. The Property and Evidence Clerk gains or has attained full proficiency in a specific area of discipline. Works under moderate supervision. To be a Property and Evidence Clerk typically requires 1-3 years of related experience. (Copyright 2021 Salary.com)

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Assistant State's Attorney
  • Ward County
  • Minot, ND
  • Mentors other Assistant State's Attorneys, law clerks and student interns. Acts as resource ... Present evidence in preliminary hearing involving felony charges. * Performs other duties as ...
  • 6 days ago

Income Estimation for Property and Evidence Clerk jobs
$37,108 to $52,240