APPENDIX E

		     PHYSICAL SECURITY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT

		 TASK CATEGORY DEFINITIONS FOR JOB SERIES 1811

		     (Output from SME Workshop, July 1992)

A. CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS

   Plan, conduct, and coordinate investigations; develop strategies
   for and participate in joint task force operations; lead teams of
   investigators and technical experts; review investigative information;
   search crime scenes and process evidence; develop and utilize sources;
   conduct interviews; process suspected offenders; plan use of, request,
   and conduct specialized investigative techniques; utilize contingency
   funds; obtain and execute search warrants and subpoenas; conduct
   searches of criminal history, intelligence records, and automated
   data bases; process criminal intelligence data; evaluate evidence
   and analyze records/information; maintain data bases; ensure criminal
   cases are complete, timely, and thorough; document investigative
   activities/finding; present results and prepare exhibits for use
   in prosecution; testify; and recommend/coordinate remedies/actions.

B. STATISTICAL ANALYSES

   Determine methods to collect, analyze, and evaluate criminal investigation
   information; maintain and analyze statistical and management data
   related to criminal investigations; maintain and analyze criminal
   intelligence information.

C. INVESTIGATIVE SUBPROGRAMS

   Manage investigative programs including polygraph, criminal intelligence,
   source evidence, crime prevention, economic crime, and drug suppression
   programs; manage automated investigative reporting systems.

D. CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE PLANS, POLICIES, AND PROCEDURES

   Develop plans, policies, and procedures and interpret laws and regulations
   related to criminal investigations and operations; advise on formulating
   policies, procedures and programs; advise on investigative procedures/
   techniques; and recommend new or changed procedures, equipment and
   techniques.

E. RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

   Develop estimates of requirements for, and develop operating budgets
   for criminal investigation operations; provide justification for
   expenditures; prioritize investigative tasks.

F. CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE LIAISON/COORDINATION

   Maintain liaison with other agencies, activities, and specialists
   (e.g., investigative and intelligence agencies, audit and prosecutive
   activities, customer activities, and specialized professionals);
   serve on interagency task forces; and provide technical advice to
   panels, boards, and committees.

G. CRIME PREVENTION

   Conduct and analyze data obtained during crime prevention inspections,
   surveys, or threat assessments; recommend corrective actions; and
   develop external crime prevention training and lectures.

H. INVESTIGATIVE TRAINING

   Identify training needs; develop, conduct, and evaluate training
   programs related to criminal investigative functions; familiarize
   investigators in the application/utilization of technical equipment;
   maintain weapons proficiency; and coordinate changes in policies,
   plans and procedures with investigator training agencies.

I. BRIEFINGS AND REPORTING

   Summarize information and facts; present briefings; prepare information
   reports; and provide information about the status of investigations.

J. RELATED TASKS

   Conduct internal affairs investigators; perform protective service
   operations; conduct/coordinate hostage negotiations; test/check,
   maintain, coordinate repairs of forensic science instrument; maintain
   law enforcement records.
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