The Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting resumes for an Investigator to work in its Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Unit (DVSA). The DVSA Investigator investigates and prosecutes all cases involving crimes of domestic violence and sexual assaults.

Principal duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: investigating and prosecuting complicated (sometimes high-profile) physical and sexual abuse cases; reviewing case files and ensuring that all relevant evidence has been secured and/or submitted to the Oklahoma Bureau of Investigations (OSBI), properly documented, and organized for prosecution; interviewing lay, expert and law enforcement witnesses; advising law enforcement officers in the handling of complex criminal investigations; coordinating with Assistant District Attorneys, Victim Advocates and other team members in the review of case files to determine what investigation is needed; identifying and locating victims and witnesses that are needed for prosecution of the case; participating in the prosecution of cases by attending court, coordinating with victims and witnesses regarding their testimony, preparing exhibits for court, testifying at Grand Jury and possibly during trial regarding investigative actions and findings. This position will work closely with an assigned Assistant District Attorney, Victim Advocate, and Trial Assistant, as well as other unit members. This position reports to the Chief Deputy within the Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office.

Minimum Qualifications:
Two years of experience in criminal justice or criminal investigation; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job.

Preferred Qualifications:

The ideal candidate must possess and maintain a valid Oklahoma driver’s license.
Must possess and maintain Council on Law Enforcement Education Training (CLEET) certification.
Possesses a minimum of five (5) years of investigative experience with an emphasis in domestic violence and sexual assault.
Must be able to multitask and work under occasionally stressful time constraints.

Employment is contingent upon the completion and satisfactory results of a criminal background
check and physical/drug screen.

References for investigative ability required.

Anticipated work hours – Monday thru Friday – Must be willing to respond after hours and on weekends.
Salary: $ 46,920.00 – $ 51,900.00 Yearly + Benefits

If you would like to join the Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office team use the following link to apply:'s%20Office%20ApplicationBJMADA.pdf