Assists prosecuting attorneys in preparing domestic violence cases for court; conducts follow-up investigation for cases filed by the prosecutors; initiates investigation of crimes reported to the Prosecuting Attorney's Office.
Reviews and investigates domestic violence cases submitted by law enforcement; assists in the development plan for the prosecution of domestic violence cases; interviews witnesses; writes reports; collects and handles evidence; serves subpoenas; prepares diagrams and exhibits for court; photographs crime scenes; assists in jury selection; testifies in court.
Participates in trials; analyzes information gathered by investigation and prepares reports of findings and recommendations; handles and operates a firearm; operates a vehicle.
Briefs and introduces new police officers to office personnel and explains their different roles; maintains ongoing contact with local law enforcement agencies; assists individuals who call or arrive in the office with a complaint; maintains contact with the defense attorneys for disclosure purposes.
Part-time, non-exempt, non-benefited
24 hours per week
Possession of Missouri Peace Officer Certification; high school diploma or GED, and three years' experience in law enforcement and investigations; must have clear criminal record (excluding traffic violations).
$21.46 - $22.80 per hour
Applications will be accepted until posting is removed.