Job Opening: Bureau of Cannabis Control Seeks Special Investigators

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California’s Bureau of Cannabis Control is hiring for multiple positions in their enforcement unit in Rancho Cordova, CA. The Special Investigator position has a final filing date of May 16, 2019, and is a civil service position with the State of California. Civil service positions come with full health care benefits, vacation, paid sick time and a defined benefit retirement plan.

The Special Investigator works under the supervision of the Supervising Special Investigator I and investigates complaints of cannabis related violations from the public, local community organizations and law enforcement agencies, occurring at Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) licensed premises or involving commercial cannabis activities. Conducts investigations regarding criminal and administrative violations committed on or about BCC licensed premises by licensees, their employees, and/or members of the public.

Additional job duties include:

35% Administrative Investigations

Examine a variety of records and information to detect, secure or verify suspected administrative violations of the laws, rules and regulations that govern the Bureau of Cannabis Control. Conduct inspections of Bureau licensed premises and gather evidence of administrative violations. Identify, gather, assemble, evaluate, and preserve statements, affidavits, search warrants and other evidence for use in administrative action. Locate accused persons and witnesses; interview complainants, witnesses, licensees, and professional experts face-to face to collect, analyze and evaluate testimony. Contact and interview individuals and representatives of business or governmental organizations; interpret and explain business and professions code when necessary. Serve subpoenas, consumer notices and other legal papers; Log and manage evidence; confer and with state and local law enforcement agencies on investigations. Brief Bureau executive staff on the status of sensitive administrative investigations.

30% Criminal Investigations

Examine a variety of records and information to detect, secure or verify suspected criminal violations of the laws, rules and regulations that govern the Bureau of Cannabis Control. Conduct inspections of Bureau licensed premises and gather evidence of criminal violations. Identify, gather, assemble, evaluate, and preserve statements, affidavits, search warrants and other evidence for use in criminal legal action. Locate accused persons and witnesses; interview complainants, witnesses, licensees, and professional experts face-to face to collect, analyze and evaluate testimony. Contact and interview individuals and representatives of business or governmental organizations; interpret and explain business and professions code when necessary. Serve subpoenas, consumer notices and other legal papers; Log and manage evidence; confer and with state and local law enforcement agencies on investigations. Brief Bureau executive staff on the status of sensitive criminal investigations.

25% Investigative Reports

Prepare concise, detailed reports of the events of the investigation, which include documented evidence, statements from witnesses and a general synopsis to ensure the findings are fully supported by the facts and other evidence.

5% Administrative

Prepare and perform internal administrative functions such as daily, weekly, monthly, and quarterly activity reports and mileage logs; Prepare various investigative correspondence.

5% Case Preparation and Prosecution

Assist prosecutors in preparing and presenting cases and testify in administrative hearings and criminal.

 

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