INVESTIGATOR V (INTERNET CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN)
ICAC, but not computer forensic specific*
There are currently 2 vacancies with the DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL.
ONE IS A TEMPORARY FULL-TIME VACANCY, AND THE OTHER IS A PERMANENT FULL-TIME VACANCY.Duties Summary
The Investigator V plans, organizes, directs and coordinates the activities of an investigative agency concerned with civil, administrative and/or criminal investigations falling within its respective jurisdiction, where violations investigated are related to a specific program area, e.g., welfare fraud, etc., OR conducts civil, administrative and/or criminal investigations falling within a variety of jurisdictions, such as the Executive, Legislative or Judicial Branches, State departments or agencies, county and federal governments and regulatory boards and commissions, where violations or circumstances investigated are related to a broad variety of program areas, and are not limited to a specific program area (welfare fraud, controlled substances, etc.), like that of lower investigator levels; and performs other related duties as assigned.
The immediate vacancy positions are located in the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Unit, Criminal Justice Division of the Department of the Attorney General. These positions are vested with statewide police powers in accordance with Section 28-11 of the Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS); are authorized to carry and use firearms and ammunition; and are responsible for independently performing criminal investigations of technology-facilitated child sexual exploitation and internet crimes against children. The duties and responsibilities of these positions include searching for possible violations through the internet, analyzing complaints and allegations, gathering facts, information and evidence needed to prove or disprove allegations of wrongdoing; interrogating suspects, interviewing witnesses, reconstructing crime scenes, searching for physical evidence and cultivating informants; maintaining surveillance, doing undercover work, preparing search warrants, assuring that the evidence is properly handled, making proper arrests; and performing other related duties as assigned.Minimum Qualification Requirements
To qualify, you must meet all of the following requirements:
Basic Education/Experience: A bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university.
Specialized Experience: Three and one-half years of progressively responsible professional investigative experience which demonstrated:
A. Initiative, ingenuity, resourcefulness, and judgment required to collect, assemble, and develop facts and other pertinent data;
B. The ability to think logically and objectively, to analyze and evaluate facts, evidence and related information, and arrive at sound conclusions;
C. Skill in written and oral reports and presentation of investigative findings in a clear and concise manner; and
D. Tact, discretion, and capacity for obtaining the cooperation and confidence of others.
Quality of Experience: At least one year of Specialized Experience must have been comparable in scope, complexity and responsibility to work experience characteristic of the Investigator IV class of work in State service.
The Investigator IV performs and/or supervises investigations involving suspected or actual violations of civil, administrative and/or criminal laws, rules, regulations or other legal requirements within an agency’s jurisdiction; determines case approach and gathers supporting evidence or information; prepares reports; and performs other related duties as assigned.
Investigator IV positions consist of the following types:
A. An investigator independently performing the full range of investigations within an agency’s jurisdiction where the work regularly is of a complex nature and in which the violations are related to a specific program area;
B. One of two investigators who are responsible for the small investigative program in an agency, without higher level investigative supervisory guidance; and
C. The working supervisory investigator in an agency where investigations are carried out according to standard policies and procedures, from planning through fact-finding to reporting the results of the investigations.
Selective Certification Requirement (Internet Crimes Against Children Experience): In order to effectively perform these duties and responsibilities, applicants must possess demonstrated knowledge of interviewing and interrogation techniques; proper investigative report writing techniques; rules of legal evidence; search and seizure laws; laws of arrest; techniques of and equipment used in surveillance; proper use of force, including deadly force; and the penal code. Applicants must also be able to review and analyze financial and other written documents. In addition, applicants must possess thorough knowledge of and the ability to properly use firearms in the performance of their duties.
Therefore, certification of eligibles for these positions shall be restricted to applicants who meet the educational and experience requirements for the class, Investigator V, AND:
A. Meet all State and Federal requirements applicable to the carrying, possession and use of firearms and ammunition;
B. Are currently, or have previously been, qualified by a certified law enforcement firearms instructor to carry a department or agency issued handgun to perform his/her duties; and
C. Must possess at least TWO years of experience which involved conducting criminal investigations and demonstrated the actual application of the specialized knowledge and abilities described above.
The Internet Crimes Against Children Experience above may have been gained concurrently as part of the aforementioned Specialized Experience required for the class Investigator V, or in a separate capacity.
Supervisory Aptitude: Supervisory aptitude rather than actual supervisory experience may be accepted. This requirement will be considered to have been met when there is strong affirmative evidence of the necessary supervisory abilities and/or potential.
Substitutions Allowed: Relevant substitutions as described in the Minimum Qualification Requirements, will apply.
Special Requirements: As noted above, these positions require applicants to meet all State and Federal requirements applicable to the carrying, possession and use of firearms and ammunition AND have been currently or previously qualified by a certified law enforcement firearms instructor to carry a department or agency issued handgun to perform his/her duties. Applicants may not possess a conviction of domestic violence.
Driver’s License: Applicants must possess a valid driver’s license at the time of appointment.
Drug Testing: If selected for employment, applicants are required to successfully pass a pre-employment drug test which must be paid for by the applicant.
The information provided above represents a summary of the complete Minimum Qualification Requirements. To view the Requirements in their entirety, please CLICK HERE (Download PDF reader)