The average pay for an Identification Officer is €58,466 a year and €28 an hour in Finland.
The average salary range for an Identification Officer is between €41,857 and €72,018.
On average, a Bachelor's Degree is the highest level of education for an Identification Officer.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Finland.
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Compiles, examines, classifies, and takes photographs of physical evidence and fingerprints to identify criminals.
Searches for evidence and dusts surfaces to reveal latent fingerprints.
Photographs crime site and fingerprints to obtain record of evidence.
Lifts print on tape and transfers to permanent record cards.
Vacuums site to collect physical evidence and submits to supervisor, identification and communications for verifications.
Photographs, fingerprints, and measures height and weight of arrested suspects, noting physical characteristics, and posts data on record for filing.
Prepares and photographs plastic moulage of footprints and tire tracks.
Compares fingerprints obtained with suspect or unknown files to identify perpetrator fingerprint classifier.
Manipulates mask mirror on specialized equipment to prepare montage of suspect according to description from witnesses.
May fingerprint applicant for employment or federal clearance and forward prints to other law enforcement agencies.
May testify in court as qualified fingerprint expert.