State of Michigan
Investigates and assists in the prosecution of a wide variety of criminal activities. Investigations include, financial crimes, specialized licensing crimes, felony non-support, corporate oversight and major case criminal matters. Employs investigative techniques including, but not limited to: interview of victims, witnesses, suspects, informants and others; surveillance; prison transports, preparation of reports, memos and investigative summaries; drafting, obtaining and executing search warrants and serving arrest warrants; undercover activities; review and analysis of documents, engage in asset location and identification, information and evidence; testifying in various court proceedings to develop and use multiple sources of information, including using technical computer resources; to consistently use judgment to independently investigate and prepare documentation for complex cases; to routinely handle cases involving numerous victims, voluminous sophisticated documents and multiple jurisdictions. Assist with agency initiatives such as elder abuse, cold case sexual assaults, hate crimes, public corruption and high-profile criminal investigations. Act as staff liaison between law enforcement and other criminal justice agencies.
Educational level typically acquired through completion of high school.
Attorney General Investigator 9
One year of experience as a peace officer and possession of MCOLES certification at time of appointment.
Attorney General Investigator 10
One year of experience equivalent to an Attorney General Investigator 9, after receipt of MCOLES certification; or, two years as a peace officer and possession of MCOLES certification at time of appointment.
Attorney General Investigator E11
Two years of experience equivalent to an Attorney General Investigator, after receipt of MCOLES certification, including one year equivalent to an Attorney General Investigator 10; or, three years as a peace officer and possession of MCOLES certification at time of appointment.
Attorney General Investigator 9
Completion of 60 semester (90 term) college credits or possession of an associate’s degree may be substituted for the required experience. For this alternative, employees must possess MCOLES certification at the time of appointment.
Possession of a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, criminalistics, criminology, law enforcement, police administration, security and loss prevention, or a related field may be substituted for the required experience. For this alternative, employees who fail to possess MCOLES certification within the first year of employment may be subject to separation.
Must be a United States Citizen.
Must be at least 21 years of age at the time of hire.
Background investigation will be conducted to measure the suitability for law enforcement work.
Ability to qualify for, and maintain, firearm training as required by the MCOLES regulations and policy of the Department of the Attorney General.
Absence of a criminal record of felony convictions which would prohibit the applicant from receiving, possessing, and carrying a firearm.
Possession of a valid driver’s license and the ability to obtain a valid Michigan driver’s license.
Must possess a satisfactory driving record.
Must currently be MCOLES certified to be considered for this position.
Please attach an official copy of your college transcripts.
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