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If you are selected as a Criminal Investigator (Program Manager), your responsibilities would include serving as the Body Worn Camera (BWC) and the Electronic Surveillance Equipment Program Manager. Additional Duties include:
- Serves as a subject matter expert on the use of body worn camera's (BWC) and electronic surveillance by overseeing the critical operational functions associated with electronic surveillance equipment and the BWC program. Conducts specialized investigations into allegations of crimes involving Government personnel and programs and sensitive matters requiring the utmost discretion. Serves as the point of contact for all BWC-related issues including Freedom of Information Act requests and other requests for releases of video to include discovery and provides technical and policy guidance on the use of BWCs.
- Identifies and develops training in the use of BWCs as well as electronic surveillance equipment. Uses specialized software to redact or blur faces of minors, victims and bystanders for video released outside of OIG as authorized and in coordination with Government attorneys.
- Serves as lead instructor and trainer on BWCs and electronic surveillance equipment. Involves tactical communications devices to include handheld radios and Push-To-Talk communication devices, to include license purchase coordination, inventory, assignment, and training. Create talk groups for field operations and emergency task force operations such as ESF-13. Coordinates request for undercover phones and phone lines, ensures that the undercover solution is current and unused lines are released and available for use.
- Oversees the inventory, deployment and maintenance of BWCs and electronic surveillance devices.
- Serves as designated property custodian which involves bar coding equipment, conducting inventories, shipping property to Division personnel, transferring property in the Division's property management system, and coordinating the excess of obsolete equipment. Coordinates replacement of broken equipment and ensures proper maintenance for issued equipment.
- Serves as a highly-skilled investigator in conducting the most sensitive, complex and challenging investigations and assists the field office management in the overall direction and application of BWC and electronic surveillance resources to complete priority investigations.
- Participates as a member of management in developing field office policy and in the implementation of Division-wide policy relating to BWC and electronic surveillance equipment.
50% or less - You will be expected to travel approximately 35% for this position.
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