Date & Time: January 30 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Location: New York City, New York, United States of America

NOW HIRING INVESTIGATORS!
Attend Our Investigators Open House on January 30 to Learn More
WHAT: A unique chance to have an on-the-spot speed interview* with the hiring managers for Job#420708
WHEN: Thursday, January 30, 2020 SESSION 1 – 8 am – 12 pm SESSION 2 – 1 pm – 5 pm
RSVP: Required by January 27 to careers@doc.nyc.gov Address will only be provided to those who RSVP
*Speed interviews granted on a first-come, first-served basis to qualified candidates.
To request an accomodation, or to ask general accessibilty questions about the event, please contact
Willard.Hunt@doc.nyc.gov or 718.546.3388.
Proposed Salary Range: $56,473.00 – $56,473.00 (Annual)
# of Positions: 20
Job Category: Public Safety, Inspections, & Enforcement
Job Description
The New York City Department of Correction (DOC) is an integral part of the City’s evolving criminal justice system, participating in reform initiatives and strategies aimed to move the City towards the smallest jail system possible without compromising public safety. The DOC is solely responsible for maintaining a safe and secure environment for staff, visitors, volunteers and people in custody inside our jails. Importantly, safe jails enable DOC to providing people in custody with the tools and opportunities they need to successfully re-enter their communities. The DOC operates facilities and court commands across the five boroughs with over 12,000 diverse professionals and knowledge experts.
What We Do:
The Investigation and Trials Division is essential to DOC’s efforts to ensure the integrity, professionalism, and accountability of all members of service. The Investigation Division is responsible for investigating acts of misconduct allegedly committed by agency personnel such as: excessive use of force, undue familiarity with detainees, firearms regulation violations, erroneous discharges, escapes, improper outside employment, and any other on or off-duty conduct unbecoming a member of the Department, or of a nature that brings discredit upon the agency. In addition, the Investigation Division is charged with investigating allegations of sexual assault committed by staff and/or detainees.
The Trials Division employs attorneys, paralegals and support staff who prosecute substantiated acts of misconduct at the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings. The Investigation and Trials Division often liaises with external investigative and prosecutorial agencies such as the Department of Investigation, District Attorney’s Offices, and the New York City Police Department in the course of investigating and prosecuting criminal acts.

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