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To provide a complete photographic imaging service to all Police personnel, and all relevant courts. In addition, provide a printing and processing service for both the local Police and Fire Service.
Support the Senior Photographer in the operation of the section and carry out tasks as allocated.
Ensure that Health and Safety and Quality Assurance processes and procedures are carried out within the section are adhered to at all times.
Review prioritised incoming imaging requests, conventional and digital, and process using appropriate methods
Photograph various persons including prisoners in custody, Police personnel, functions, recruits and assembled persons as required.
Photograph deceased persons or body parts at a mortuary or a location as directed.
Photograph victims of crime to record injuries. This will include both infants and animals.
Take photograph at scenes of crime, operational incidents and fires as directed by the Senior Photographer.
It is Essential to hold a Photographic qualification at HND level or above.
It is Essential to be able to demonstrate a practical working knowledge of industry standard digital/conventional imaging software.
It is Essential to be able to demonstrate a working knowledge of computer systems including workflow, file management and ICT networking.
It is Essential to be able to differentiate colours accurately.
It is Essential to have experience in a related photographic environment.
It is Desirable to have experience dealing with members of the public.
It is Desirable to have experience of training in an instructional environment.
It is Desirable to have knowledge of COSHH and Health and Safety issues relevant to the photographic industry.
It is Essential to hold a current driving license.
Photography Job Description [cont]
Photography Job Description
Take photographs of items received from scenes of crime in relation to fingerprints, tool marks, blood samples or other types of evidence.
Responsible for the set up of studio and specialist photographic and video equipment, both conventional and digital, for the purpose of recording and providing imaging evidence. This includes a range of technical techniques including ultra violet and infrared photography, macrography and micrography.
Responsible for the correct operation of conventional photographic developing and processing equipment for negatives and prints.
To provide a complete digital imaging service including capture, storage, retrieval, file transfer and output using various software packages and appropriate file management and workflow methods.
Prepare, collate and record appropriate data for the filing and distribution of negatives digital media and contact prints.
Prepare sets/books of photographs for presentation at Court and/or distribution to Procurator Fiscal and other parties i.e. Defence Agents.
Photography Job Description Prepare statements for submission to Procurator Fiscal for use in Court where necessary, ensure adequate preparation is made and appear in Court as a principal or corroboratory expert witness in respect of photographic evidence.
Administer and review stocks of relevant photographic materials, chemicals and equipment. Undertake daily maintenance and minor repairs to all departmental equipment and advise the Senior Photographer in advance of shortages/problems occurring.
Undertake standby duties as directed by the Senior Photographer.
Enable recovery of silver from photographic chemicals and make arrangements for the disposal of used chemicals in accordance with COSHH and environmental guidelines other authorised support staff in the use and operation of the various cameras and basic photographic equipment and procedures.
Support and provide instruction and advice to trainee photographic staff, Police and other authorised support staff in the use and operation of various cameras and basic photographic equipment and procedures.