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Washington State Patrol seeks non-law enforcement community representatives in each county

The Washington State Patrol is looking for non-paid volunteer community representatives to assist in deadly force investigations in each county, statewide. Interested, qualified applicants may apply via email. Application materials must be received by Friday, July 30, 2021.

From a July 8, 2021, Washington State Patrol press release.

The Washington State Patrol is looking for non-paid volunteer community representatives to assist in deadly force investigations in each county, statewide.

Independent Investigative Teams in each county will investigate incidents where the use of deadly force by a peace officer results in death, substantial bodily harm, or great bodily harm.

The Independent Investigative Team will consist of a team of qualified and certified peace officer investigators and at least two Non-Law Enforcement Community Representatives who operate completely independent of any involved agency to conduct investigations of police deadly force incidents.

This position will require the community representative to pass a department/agency background check and attend identified training that is relevant to officer involved deadly force incidents. The Non-Law Enforcement Community Representative must sign a binding confidentiality agreement at the beginning of each investigation.

Interested, qualified applicants may apply via email. Application materials must be received by Friday, July 30, 2021.

Click here for more information: Independent Investigation Team Non-Law Enforcement Community Representative.

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