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The position: Investigator for Office of Citizen Complaints for City and County of San Francisco
Location: San Francisco, California
Job duties: Performs professional-level investigative work in connection with complaints brought against members of the police department by the public. Will receive complaints, answer questions and provide information on the functions and procedures of the OCC. Interviews complainants, witnesses, police officers, experts and others. Gathers physical and documentary evidence. Analyzes information and evidence, and provides updates about investigations to complainants, police officers and their representatives. Participates in outreach and educational functions of the OCC.
The company: The city and county of San Francisco is the fourth-largest city in California by population.
Requirements: Requires a bachelor's degree and one year of experience investigating allegations of official or employee misconduct, or two years of experience performing investigative work in a professional field such as law, journalism, human/civil rights, business or a related field. Must have valid driver's license. Applicants must not be a current or former member of the San Francisco Police Department. Must be able to pass a thorough background check.
Extra perks: Employees get 11 paid holidays, 13 paid personal days and at least 10 paid vacation days each year.
Interesting info: The salary range for this position is $64,116 to $77,922. Applications must be submitted by November 30 at midnight.
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