Job Description

Overall Job Objective

What Success Looks Like In This Job

Performs a variety of semi-complex and complex investigations of conventional crimes for the Office of the District Attorney; assists Senior Investigators with investigations or more complex crimes as assigned.

Examples of Duties for Success

Conducts pre- and post-case filing investigations of complicated District court division assignments; assigned homicide/complex cases; District court on-call. Duties include all duties of Investigator I; ability to investigate and file felony cases to completion; warrant preparation; consumer fraud intake. Periodically documents, through reports and supporting evidentiary lists, those findings of fact to be included in the case file; conducts witness interviews. Meets periodically with involved attorney(s) to discuss case preparation and strategy.

May travel throughout the metro area to serve personal legal process such as subpoena, summons, asset forfeitures, legal notices to witnesses, defendants of cases filed by the District Attorney; establishes as necessary the location of persons to be served through standardized procedures (e.g. motor vehicle records, state employment records and utility records). Provides on an as-needed basis, the transportation of witnesses to court appearances and in-office interviews.

Qualifications for Success

Five (5) years of previous law enforcement experience, must possess a valid Colorado Driver's License, Certification as a Colorado Peace Officer and minimally qualified as a marksman to established unit standards. Ability to read, write and/or speak Spanish is desirable.

Application Instructions

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