Position is assigned to the Investigations and is responsible for conducting investigations of criminal violations, including but not limited to major crimes, special victims, murder, arson, and sexual assault, as well as violations of university regulations. The Investigator is responsible for all phases of case management from preliminary investigation to final disposition, including presenting cases for adjudication or prosecution. Additionally, the Investigator is responsible for providing expert insight into incidents and facilitating educational programs and other duties as required.
Investigators are considered essential personnel and are required to work during inclement weather and other emergencies. Position will be required to work overtime and serve on call.
Effectively performs investigations: Conducts investigation of misdemeanors and less serious felonies, properly submits evidence/property for review/storage; photograph/otherwise document crime/collision scenes; manage property storage and or release; conducts interviews to obtain facts, statements w/in legal standards/time frames, beyond preliminary; establish facts supporting complaints/accused using supportive info/tangible evidence; self initiates investigation; manages crime scenes; process submission forms to SBI w/minimal assistance; conducts investigation of major crimes, including special victims, murder, arson, sexual assault; applies for search warrants, coordinates assistance of other agencies and District Attorney's office; Maintains 5th & 6th amendment rights when interrogation; presents cases for adjudication and prosecution; reviews law enforcements records to obtain suspect info, obtains/analyzes information regarding suspects, crimes and incidents to bring cases to logical conclusion. Knowledge of the Clery Act, knowledge of and responsible for completing the annual security report and responsible for identifying and providing training to Campus Security Authorities (CSA's). Serves as the liaison between the university and the SBI as it relates to the theft, loss or embezzlement of university or state property.
Effectively enforces laws and policies and ensures proper detection and arrest: Processes felony arrests; determines appropriate response regarding violation of policy/code/law; serve as team leader for mass arrests; understands law, can interpret and apply amended legislation with minimal supervision; develop strategies for execution of serious/violent/complex arrest/search warrants.
Graduation from high school or possession of a high school equivalency certificate. Certification as a Law Enforcement Officer in accordance with the provisions of the North Carolina Criminal Justice Training and Standards Commission.
American Recovery & Reinvestment Act Funded:
University of North Carolina - 18 months ago
UNC Pembroke was founded in 1887 as the Croatan Normal School to educate the American Indians of Robeson County and to prepare teachers for...