||Transportation Security Screeners
- Notify supervisors or other appropriate personnel when security breaches occur.
- Inform other screeners when baggage should not be opened because it might contain explosives.
- Watch for potentially dangerous persons whose pictures are posted at checkpoints.
- Contact leads or supervisors to discuss objects of concern that are not on prohibited object lists.
- View images of checked bags and cargo, using remote screening equipment, and alert baggage screeners or handlers to any possible problems.
- Provide information to lab personnel concerning the source of an item of evidence and tests to be performed.
- Summon medical help for injured individuals and alert medical personnel to take statements from them.
- Notify command of situation and request assistance.
- Maintain surveillance of establishments to obtain identifying information on suspects.
- Study activities relating to narcotics, money laundering, gangs, auto theft rings, terrorism, or other national security threats.
- Link or chart suspects to criminal organizations or events to determine activities and interrelationships.
- Study the assets of criminal suspects to determine the flow of money from or to targeted groups.
||Parking Enforcement Workers
- Perform simple vehicle maintenance procedures, such as checking oil and gas, and report mechanical problems to supervisors.
- Identify vehicles in violation of parking codes, checking with dispatchers when necessary to confirm identities or to determine whether vehicles need to be booted or towed.
- Make arrangements for illegally parked or abandoned vehicles to be towed, and direct tow-truck drivers to the correct vehicles.
||Retail Loss Prevention Specialists
- Identify and report merchandise or stock shortages.
- Identify and report safety concerns to maintain a safe shopping and working environment.
- Perform covert surveillance of areas susceptible to loss, such loading docks, distribution centers, or warehouses.
||Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs
- Investigate illegal or suspicious activities.
- Notify patrol units to take violators into custody or to provide needed assistance or medical aid.
||Criminal Investigators and Special Agents
- Investigate organized crime, public corruption, financial crime, copyright infringement, civil rights violations, bank robbery, extortion, kidnapping, and other violations of federal or state statutes.
- Perform undercover assignments and maintain surveillance, including monitoring authorized wiretaps.
||Transit and Railroad Police
- Monitor transit areas and conduct security checks to protect railroad properties, patrons, and employees.
- Investigate or direct investigations of freight theft, suspicious damage or loss of passengers' valuables, or other crimes on railroad property.
||Private Detectives and Investigators
- Alert appropriate personnel to suspects' locations.
- Answer alarms and investigate disturbances.
- Record license numbers of vehicles disregarding traffic signals, and report infractions to appropriate authorities.
||Correctional Officers and Jailers
- Monitor conduct of prisoners in housing unit, or during work or recreational activities, according to established policies, regulations, and procedures, to prevent escape or violence.
||Immigration and Customs Inspectors
- Institute civil and criminal prosecutions and cooperate with other law enforcement agencies in the investigation and prosecution of those in violation of immigration or customs laws.
||Fish and Game Wardens
- Investigate hunting accidents or reports of fish or game law violations.
||Forest Fire Fighting and Prevention Supervisors
- Request and dispatch crews and position equipment so fires can be contained safely and effectively.
||Animal Control Workers
- Investigate reports of animal attacks or animal cruelty, interviewing witnesses, collecting evidence, and writing reports.