New York State has approximately 27 positions* in this title statewide. You may view a breakdown of positions by county. This position exists in Justice Center. View links to all New York State agencies including agencies that have this title. For more information, New York State employees can contact the Career Mobility Office at (518) 485-6199 or (800) 553-1322. If you are not a current New York State employee, you can use the Department of Civil Service Web site to explore possible employment opportunities.
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A listing of titles that are most commonly used as steps for upward mobility for this title series. The salary schedule for this career ladder is also available.
Supvg Investigator Justice Center
Positions in this title series independently conduct investigations involving allegations of physical and financial abuse, neglect, and death of vulnerable persons. Internal Investigators (Justice Center) work with local and state law enforcement authorities to assist in the investigation of offenses by collecting evidence, and interviewing witnesses and suspects.
As a Supervising Investigator (Justice Center), you would:
• Supervise pre-trial investigations and assist investigators on cases of a particularly sensitive nature.
• Supervise investigations of a variety of civil complaints, and felony and misdemeanor criminal cases, including such areas as: NYS Penal Law violations, allegations of abuse and/or neglect, financial and death investigations.
• Supervise investigators responding to incident scenes to collect evidence, interview witnesses, victims or suspects.
• Coordinate the daily activities of investigators and assigns cases for investigation.
• Review reports of investigations conducted by subordinate investigators to ensure they are complete and carried out in an appropriate manner.
• Assist in the preparation and service of search warrants and arrest warrants; review and approve reports for use in preparation and prosecution of criminal and civil cases.
• Testify in court concerning evidence gathered in pre-trial investigations.
• Serve as a liaison and coordinate investigative activities with law enforcement officers from various agencies.
• Operate police radio, computers, photographic and recording equipment, eJustice terminal, and other related law enforcement equipment and resources.
• Provide direction to staff on policies, procedures and investigative strategies.
• Perform the full range of supervisory duties (e.g., performance evaluations, attendance and leave, and discipline).
These positions are only classified at the NYS Justice Center for the Protection of People with Special Needs.
View the classification standard for this title, on the Classification and Compensation webpage.
The NYS Title and Salary Plan provides additional information regarding other titles. If there is a classification standard available there will be a link under the column labeled STD. NO. If no link is available there is no classification standard available at this time for that title.
Please note: qualifications for this position may be subject to change. If substitutions for education and/or experience are allowed, this information would be available on the announcement.
Non-competitive: eight years of field investigative or law enforcement investigative experience, two of which must have been in a supervisory capacity.
Investigative experience is defined as independent investigative experience and includes the following activities: interviewing and interrogating witnesses; collecting and analyzing data and evidence; writing and summarizing case narratives; and testifying at administrative hearings and criminal proceedings.
Non-qualifying experience includes routine police patrol work, traffic enforcement, building surveillance, tax collection, collection of delinquent accounts, skip tracing, credit checking, auditing, employment interviewing, hotel or store detective, parole officer, correction officer, guard, inspector or security related positions or in any other position which does not involve the level of field investigation as those positions described above will not be considered qualifying experience.
An examination is not used to fill this title. You must meet the minimum qualifications of the title in order to be considered for this position. You must apply directly to the agency or agencies that have this title.
Career mobility is not just limited to the titles in the Career Ladder, above. Additional movement may be achieved through other examinations, additional education and/or work experience. For additional information or clarification, current State employees should contact the Career Mobility Office. Visit ELMS Online to view established open-competitive, promotion, and transition eligible lists. If you are not a current New York State employee, see Employment Opportunities with New York State and find out how to become a New York State employee.