Detective Bureau Chief Salary in British Columbia, Canada
The average pay for a Detective Bureau Chief is $77,838 a year and $37 an hour in British Columbia, Canada.
The average salary range for a Detective Bureau Chief is between $55,114 and $96,449.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in British Columbia, Canada.
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Directs and coordinates activities of detective squad engaged in investigation of criminal cases, such as auto theft, armed robbery, missing persons, homicide, vice, narcotics, fraud, and crimes involving youths.
Assigns detectives to designated posts or criminal cases.
Reviews and submits reports of cases investigated to superiors.
Assures that apprehended criminals are fingerprinted.
Directs photographing of crime scene, evidence, and suspects.
Submits record of suspicions along with statement of witnesses and informants to office of district attorney for submission to magistrate to obtain search warrant necessary to raid premises suspected of housing illegal activities.
Conducts raids upon establishments suspected of violating such statutes as gambling or prostitution laws and oversees arrest of persons involved.
Details officers to public gatherings to protect public from pickpockets and other criminals.
May personally investigate criminal cases.
May be designated according to nature of crime investigated.
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