Department of Consumer Affairs, Division of Investigation
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August 24, 2018
Sacramento , California
$6,464 - $8,414
Full Time - Experienced
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The Division of Investigation created the Cannabis Enforcement Unit (CEU) to provide sworn law enforcement investigative services for the Bureau of Cannabis Control. CEU will handle the more complex, criminal, and administrative cases while enforcing BCC laws and regulations that apply to all bureau licensees (distributors, home delivery, dispensaries, microbusinesses, and testing labs). Under the general direction of the Supervising Investigator II, the incumbent supervises a staff consisting of peace officer investigators who perform criminal and administrative investigations for the Department of Consumer Affairs’ (DCA) Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) and provides a visible law enforcement outreach to local and state law enforcement regarding State cannabis laws and regulations. CEU peace officer investigators conduct the most difficult, complex, and sensitive administrative and criminal investigations. The incumbent also supervises the work of an office technician.
The position(s) require(s) a valid California Drivers License (CDL) • The position(s) require(s) a Background Investigation be cleared prior to being hired • The position(s) require(s) Medical Clearance prior to being hired • The position(s) require(s) Psychological Evaluation clearance prior to being hired •The position(s) require(s) a POST Certificate. You will be required to provide a copy of your certificate prior to being hired • This position is subject to Title 16, section 3830 of the California Code of Regulations, the Department of Consumer Affairs’ Conflict of Interest Regulations. The incumbent is required to submit a Statement of Economic Interests (Form 700) within 30 days of assuming office, annually by April 1st, and within 30 days of leaving office • Title 11, section 703 (d) of the California Code of Regulations requires criminal record checks of all personnel who have access to Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI). Pursuant to this requirement, applicants for this position will be required to submit fingerprints to the Department of Justice and be cleared before hiring. In accordance to DCA’s (CORI) procedures, clearance shall be maintained while employed in a CORI-designated position. Additionally, the position routinely works with sensitive and confidential issues and/or materials and is expected to maintain the privacy and confidentiality of documents and topics pertaining to individuals.
Internal Number: JC-104411
About Department of Consumer Affairs, Division of Investigation
The mission of the Division of Investigation is to provide law enforcement investigative services, in order to protect California consumers and licensees by effectively and efficiently enforcing laws, regulations and professional standards. Established in 1961, DOI provides law enforcement investigative services for the boards, bureaus, programs, committees, and commissions within the Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA). DOI’s field offices consist of four units. The Health Quality Investigation Unit, the Investigation and Enforcement Unit, the Cannabis Enforcement Unit and the Special Operations Unit all provide specialized, investigative services to DCA. All DOI peace officers are authorized to conduct criminal and administrative investigations, obtain and execute search warrants, and make arrests anywhere in California.