Recruiting for nine open positions.
Forensic evidence is a crucial factor in solving a crime. Sheriff’s Crime Lab employees work with law enforcement to identify, collect, preserve, document and analyze evidence that can be used to identify a person’s involvement in a crime, as well as exonerate the innocent.
TV shows have popularized various disciplines in forensic science resulting in a surge of interest in careers with the Crime Lab.
The Sheriff’s Department Regional Crime Laboratory is currently looking to fill nine positions. You can learn more about these career opportunities and get a tour of our facility during a recruiting open house. Friday, June 24 – 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Sheriff’s Regional Crime Laboratory, 5590 Overland Avenue, Kearny Mesa
To download an event flyer, click here.
Sheriff’s Crime Lab personnel perform forensic analysis of physical evidence in the areas of Controlled Substances, Crime Scene Investigations, Firearms, Forensic Alcohol, Toxicology, Forensic Biology (DNA), Latent Prints, Questioned Documents, and Trace Evidence. The Crime Laboratory also provides forensic science services to more than 30 law enforcement agencies, as well as expert scientific testimony to the various courts throughout San Diego County.
The Sheriff’s Crime Laboratory is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) National Accreditation Board (ANAB) as a Testing and Calibration Laboratory and has maintained accreditation for more than 17 years.
To watch videos and learn more about the Crime Lab disciplines, click here or the photo below.
San Diego County Sheriff, CA · PO Box 939062 San Diego, CA 92193