Investigator II Human Trafficking, Child Victim and Juvenile Crimes
- What Success Looks Like In This Job
Performs a variety of semi-complex and complex investigations of Human Trafficking, Child Victim and Juvenile crimes for the Office of the District Attorney; support the prosecution of offenders by; conducting re-interviews of victims, witnesses, and offenders when appropriate; identify additional victims and witnesses through investigative leads; identify trends and common methods of operation and then propose methods to stop such activities; formulate bonds with victims and assure safety plans for victims throughout the judicial process.
- Examples of Duties for Success
Conduct investigations of complicated Human Trafficking, Child Victim and Juvenile offenses; review, research, and interpret Colorado Revised Statutes and use independent judgment to prepare detailed investigative summaries and conclusions of whether criminal activity exists.
Conduct follow-up investigations of filed law enforcement cases.
Identify trends and similarities between cases.
Complete case filings and prosecution reports in support of case filings.
Interview or re-interview witnesses and/ or suspects when appropriate.
Develop plans to interrupt or stop criminal activities based upon the analysis of identified known methods or trends.
Coordinate and communicate with prosecutors, other law enforcement agencies, advocate groups and victims and witnesses throughout the prosecution.
Act as an advisory witness during criminal proceedings.
Ability to perform basic level of data analysis including ability to review, classify, categorize, prioritize and/or reference data, statutes and/or guidelines and/or group, rank, investigate and problem solve.
Ability to comprehend a variety of informational documents including case files, forensic reports, investigation and other reports, written statements and interviews.
Ability to prepare emails, investigative reports, subpoenas, search warrants, diagrams, and other job related documents using prescribe format and conforming to all rules of punctuation, grammar, diction and style.
Ability to use and interpret basic medical, legal, counseling, and financial terminology.
Ability to communicate and to develop and maintain effective working relationships with staff, family members, witnesses, victims, suspects, law enforcement personnel and prosecutors.
- Qualifications for Success
Five (5) years of experience in conducting complex felony cases. Previous experience in conducting in-depth case investigations related to the prosecution of Human Trafficking, Child Victim and Juvenile crimes is highly desirable. Experience in conducting forensic interviews of children.
Must possess current POST certification and a valid Colorado driver's license.