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Crime Scene Investigator City of Simi Valley CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATOR II $25.86 - $33.00/hr, plus XLNT benefits. Requires: equiv to AS degree in forensic tech (or related) or completion of a forensic/field evidence tech cert program; 3 yrs of crime scene investigation exp; possession of a Latent Print Examiner cert or proof of proficiency; & acceptance as an expert witness in latent print examinat...
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Crime Scene Investigator

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$27,040.00 - $72,800.00
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Bachelor's
50%
Some College Coursework Completed
14.3%
Associates
14.3%
High School
7.1%
Certification
7.1%
Master's
7.1%
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