Agents/Investigators

Safe2Say Something Program Director – Safe2Say Something Program - Criminal Law Division: Harrisburg (12341810)

The focus of the Safe2Say Something Program is to ensure that every Pennsylvania student, parent, teacher, and community member has access to a safe and anonymous way to report any concerns about their safety or the safety of others. With an emphasis on early intervention and prevention through awareness and education, the program manages information through the reporting tip line, website form, or mobile app, and follow-up is conducted through the tracking of disposition reports, data collection, and quality control.   The Safe2Say Something Program Director will be responsible for the implementation and oversight of the newly established program. This position will supervise several analysts that will serve as points of contact for persons with concerns, issues, and/or questions related to school safety, or with knowledge of potential hazardous/dangerous situations in Pennsylvania schools or related to Pennsylvania schools and students.   Candidates for this position must have a working knowledge of general law enforcement procedures and crisis line functions.  The position requires attention to detail and thoroughness in completing related tasks along with reliability, responsibility, dependability, and the ability to fulfill obligations.
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Civil Investigator I – Civil Investigator Unit - Civil Law Division: Pittsburgh (00198136)

This position entails the performance of entrance level civil investigative work of a confidential nature in cases involving the defense of civil suits against the Commonwealth and the representation of the Commonwealth’s interests as a whole. An employee in this position assists with the conduct of investigations for the four sections of the Civil Law Division: Litigation, Torts Litigation, Impact Litigation, and Tax Litigation. The Litigation Section represents the Commonwealth in a wide variety of lawsuits, most concerning the constitutionality of state statutes, operation of state programs, conduct of state law enforcement offices, administration of state prisons, or employment practices of state agencies. The Torts Litigation Section represents the Commonwealth in personal injury actions most of which involve claims against the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation for death or serious bodily injury resulting from the allegedly defective design, construction, or maintenance of state highways. The Impact Litigation Section represents the Commonwealth’s interests as a whole with respect to important issues affecting statewide or national interests. The Tax Litigation Section represents the Commonwealth in state tax appeals, most of which involve corporate or sales tax matters.
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Investigative Analyst I/II – Safe2Say Program - Criminal Law Division: Harrisburg (90000000)

The focus of the Safe2Say program is to ensure that every Pennsylvania student, parent, teacher and community member has access to a safe and anonymous way to report any concerns about their safety or the safety of others; with a focus on early intervention and prevention through awareness and education. The overall Safe2Say program manages reports through the reporting tip line and follow-up through the tracking of disposition reports, data collection, and quality control.   Safe2Say Analysts serve as points of contact for persons with concerns, issues, and/or questions related to school safety or potential hazardous/dangerous situations in Pennsylvania schools, or related to Pennsylvania schools and students.  The Safe2Say Analysts respond to requests for service and operate communications systems and such as conventional phone, telephone texting system, email and web interface to receive information or questions from the public, students, teachers, and school administrators.  The analysts take in information and provide resources, references, or emergency response personnel depending on the context and nature of the information provided.  The analysts assess situations, seek additional information and ensure there is a proper and thorough response by the appropriate agency.   A working knowledge of general law enforcement procedures and crisis line functions is needed in this position. The position requires being careful about detail and thorough in completing work tasks.  The job requires being reliable, responsible, dependable, and fulfilling obligations.
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Narcotics Agent I/II – Bureau of Narcotics Investigation & Drug Control - Criminal Law Division: Philadelphia (50383567)

This is criminal investigative work of a highly confidential nature performed by agents of the Bureau of Narcotics Investigation and Drug Control, Office of Attorney General, involving the detection and investigation of violations of the Controlled Substance, Drug, Device, and Cosmetic Act (an Act of April 16, 1972, P.L. 233, No. 64) and other applicable Commonwealth laws and statutes.
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