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Forensic Imaging Artist Job Description

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Job Summary

To ensure the provision of comprehensive and professional imaging service to the Force

 

To provide an efficient and effective imaging service to the Force and other agencies and provide operational photographic cover as necessary

Main responsibilities-Forensic Imaging Artist Job Description

To liaise with the Senior Forensic Imaging Analyst on the imaging requirements of operational officers in relation to the recovery and enhancement of analogue and digital images and video editing techniques.

 

Attend crime scenes (mainly major incidents), to provide a comprehensive forensic CCTV retrieval service as required by the Senior Investigating Officer/Crime Scene Manager, using a wide range of video and computer-based recording equipment and techniques for ultimate production at court.

 

Use a range of equipment within the unit, both computerized and hardware based, to extract footage and still images from various forms of media containing CCTV footage. This may also require attendance at premises to retrieve footage from system hardware that is unable to be seized.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities-Forensic Imaging Artist Job Description

To drive a vehicle between the Forensic Imaging Unit, other police stations and crime scene locations as directed and prepare such vehicles for work each day by checking oil, water, lights etc. and refuel, as required.

 

To undertake the processing, copying and editing of video and CCTV images as required by officers and representatives of the Crown Prosecution Service in order to ensure best presentation of video evidence to the court.

Forensic Imaging Artist Job Description[cont right]

 

To undertake the processing of images on a computer enhancement system to aid officers in the identification of offenders ensuring that all stages of the work are protected and capable of being reproduced to the court.

 

Compile edited video compilation DVD`s and a media duplication service using editing and copy facilities to provide both briefing and evidential video exhibits for the investigating team and the Crown Prosecution Service.

Training and Experience Required

 

Essential

Conversant with video and computer technology, including image manipulation software packages.

Experience in the editing using digital systems and in the production of still images.

Professional qualification in an imaging related subject or has undertaken professional training in the video/CCTV environment.

 

OTHER REQUIREMENTS

 

Essential

Has achieved a good attendance record.

Fit to carry out duties including lifting, carrying, loading/ unloading, handling equipment and materials.

Willing to respond to an emergency.

Prepared to work abnormal hours.

Forensic Imaging Artist Job Description

 

Compare images captured by security surveillance systems and photographs of suspects, where proof of identity is required. Check material to determine suitability for facial recognition, consulting the Forensic Submissions Unit and facial recognition experts, as required.

 

Use digital imaging techniques to manipulate images for publication or intelligence in order to assist in the identification of property/persons e.g. the removal of a car registration number from a vehicle where a photograph is to be published requesting public assistance in identifying a similar car used in crime.

 

 

Liaise and assist members of the Force requiring technical assistance relating to the compatability of court presentation equipment and imagine evidence to be served and on technology advances affecting the production of evidential imagery.

 

Provide advice and information, up to senior officer level, on the unit`s services and technical equipment.

 

Ensure accurate records are kept of all equipment and its use, especially in relation to the production of exhibits for court.

 

To attend court and give evidence as required in relation to technical aspects of imagery and continuity of exhibits.

 

Assist in the provision of training and lectures as required in the use of video and CCTV systems as evidence.

 

Use the unit`s computerised management information system to input and extract data relevant to evidential material, (reflecting continuity of evidence and maintenance of an evidence trail in connection with exhibits).

Forensic Imaging Artist Job Description

 

 

To keep up-to-date on technical developments by attending meetings, seminars, exhibitions as required and reading technical/trade journals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To maintain awareness of Force and departmental policies and procedures communicated in various forms including, email, Force and Departmental orders, Force Intranet and written correspondence.

 

To ensure compliance with statutory requirements in relation to information management including the Data Protection Act 1998, the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Code of Practice on Management of Police Information 2005, as appropriate

 

To comply with the requirements of policies on Drug and Alcohol testing requirements in respect of specific posts/ roles are described in the policies which are available on the Force Intranet

 

To promote and comply with policies on equal opportunities and health and safety both in the delivery of services and the treatment of others.

 

 

 

To be responsible for improving your performance by participating in the Performance Appraisal process with your manager.

 

To comply with the requirements of policies on Drug and Alcohol testing  requirements in respect of specific posts/ roles are described in the policies which are available on the Force Intranet.

 

To carry out such other duties which are consistent with the nature, responsibilities and grading of the post.