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The Criminal Identification and Intelligence Supervisor I class is used by the Department of Justice to plan, develop, coordinate, implement, and supervise programs for the identification of persons and property, and the development of criminal intelligence information.
This is the full supervisory level. Incumbents supervise, coordinate, and review the work of Criminal Identification Specialists or Criminal Intelligence Specialists in technical identification or intelligence units of a section within the various branches of the Division of Law Enforcement. Incumbents may also assist in preparation of budgets and planning, developing and implementing programs.
1. One year of experience in the California state service performing criminal identification or intelligence duties com parable in level of responsibility to those of a Criminal Identification Specialist III or Criminal Intelligence Specialist III; or
2. Two years of experience in the California state service performing criminal identification or intelligence duties comparable in level of responsibility to those of a Criminal Identification Specialist II or Criminal Intelligence Specialist II.
Experience: Four years of increasingly responsible experience performing the technical phases of criminal identification or intelligence work in a governmental law enforcement agency, including at least one year of supervisory experience. and
Education: Equivalent to completion of two years of college.
Knowledge of: Methods, techniques, procedures, and terminology used in criminal investigations; types of crimes, laws, regulations, and the criminal justice system from arrest through conviction, incarceration, parole or probation; the Henry System of Fingerprint Classification as modified and extended for use in the California Bureau of Identification; techniques and principles of personnel management, supervision, and in-service training programs; Department's Affirmative Action Program objectives; a manager's role in the Affirmative Action Program and the processes available to meet affirmative action objectives.
Ability to: Analyze and evaluate complex information and problems and develop effective solutions; establish and maintain a system of classifying and indexing information; plan, lay out, organize, coordinate, and direct the work of others; train subordinate employees; make improvements in procedures; establish and maintain cooperative relations with law enforcement officers and others; present information and ideas effectively, both orally and in writing; dictate correspondence and prepare reports; act independently; and effectively contribute to the Department's affirmative action objectives.
Tact, open-mindedness, flexibility, adaptability, keenness of observation, patience, and good judgment.