The average pay for a Police Officer Identification & Records is $71,206 a year and $34 an hour in Nova Scotia, Canada.
The average salary range for a Police Officer Identification & Records is between $50,852 and $87,942.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Nova Scotia, Canada.
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Compiles evidence at scene of crime or fatal accident, classifies and identifies fingerprints, and takes photographs of evidence for use in criminal and civil cases.
Dusts selected areas of crime scene to locate and reveal latent fingerprints.
Lifts prints from crime site, using special tape.
Photographs crime or accident scene to obtain record of evidence.
Photographs, records physical description, and fingerprints homicide victims and suspects for identification purposes.
Classifies and files fingerprints fingerprint classifier.
Develops film and prints, using photographic developing equipment.
Submits evidence to commander and identification and records for cataloging.
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