Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation – London, OH

BCI Special Agent – Cyber Crimes

Closes: 02/23/2020

Job Duties

The Ohio Attorney General’s Office is currently seeking an experienced individual for a BCI Special Agent vacancy in the Cyber Crime Unit, Southern Region, of the Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) Section. This position will report to the London office. Successful candidate must reside in, or be willing to relocate within 90 days to, the Southern Region which includes Butler, Champaign, Clark, Clinton, Darke, Delaware, Fairfield, Fayette, Franklin, Greene, Highland, Hocking, Licking, Logan, Madison, Miami, Montgomery, Perry, Pickaway, Pike, Preble, Ross, Shelby, Union, Vinton, and Warren counties.

The duties for this position include, but are not limited to, the following: 

-Serves as case agent assuming responsibility for conducting overt and/or covert cyber-oriented criminal investigations.

-Conducts forensic examinations of computers and data storage devices (applicants should have prior knowledge of, and experience with, computer forensic techniques and forensic analytical software) 

-Conducts data extraction from mobile data devices such as cellular telephones and tablet devices (applicants should have prior knowledge of, and experience with, mobile device data extraction and analytical methodologies)

-Performs various tasks in the field such as disassembling digital devices for on-site data acquisition; forensically previewing electronic devices; seizing devices and digital media; and interviewing subjects, victims and witnesses.

-Conducts raids, searches and surveillance.

-Makes arrests.

-Gathers, evaluates and forwards criminal intelligence information.

-Completes and submits investigative reports for criminal and/or administrative actions.

-Serves as liaison to and works in cooperation with local, state, federal and other law enforcement/investigatory agencies.

-Provides courtroom evidence and testifies in court.

-Confers with prosecuting attorneys.

-Delivers speeches or presentations to specialized audiences and/or general public.

-Other duties as assigned.

AGO #20-02-025


Completion of bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, social sciences (e.g., criminology, sociology, psychology), computer science, computer forensics or other field commensurate to the Cyber Unit; 2 years’ experience in cybercrime investigations with a law enforcement agency; OPOTC peace officer certification or equivalent peace officer certification (e.g., another state, another government agency, military) and valid driver’s license.

-OR 2 years’ experience as a BCI Investigator

-OR equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications for Employment noted above.

Preferred Qualifications:
Experience using Xways, FTK, and/or Encase forensic platforms; Experience using Cellebrite UFED/Physical Analyzer, Magnet Forensics IEF, or other similar data extraction and parsing tools. Understanding of and experience obtaining and executing search warrants for digital devices under state law or online accounts pursuant to the Electronic Communications Privacy Act.