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Part-Time Crime Analyst Technician (Job)

Under supervision, perform data reviews and analysis of crime reports. Interpret crime patterns and trends. Disseminate information and make recommendations related to possible suspects, potential crimes, locations of future crimes, and forecasting of future criminal events. Establish methods for other employees to obtain relevant crime information, reports, and maps. Perform other related work as required.

Qualifications:
Required Education, Degrees, Certificates, and/or Licenses:
Bachelors degree required in Research Methodology, Statistics, GIS, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, or related field. Degree can be replaced by documented successful completion of study in fields of research methodology, statistical analysis, and/or GIS mapping, law enforcement experience or any other relevant combination of education and relevant experience.

Police Crime and Intelligence Analyst I/II - City of Modesto - Modesto, CA (Job)

The Police Crime and Intelligence Analyst is responsible to collect, analyze and evaluate crime related data from a variety of sources; to provide timely information and recommendations to law enforcement operational and administrative personnel regarding patterns, series and crime trends; to provide information and assist with the coordination of investigations between jurisdictions; and to provide investigative support and assistance to officers, detectives and other specialized units by searching databases and reports and preparing a variety of publications, correspondence, charts and graphs to aid in the investigation of criminal activities.

For additional information and to apply online visit our website at www.modestogov.com/hr/employment. City application required, including Supplemental Questionnaire. City of Modesto is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

University of Southern California CREATE Executive Program in Counter-terrorism (Special Topic)

The Executive Program in Counter-Terrorism at the
University of Southern California (USC) is a unique
course designed to challenge international counterterrorism
leaders and enhance their analysis,
coordination, and response capabilities to the evolving
terrorism threat. The program is structured specifically
for public sector professionals and policymakers and
employs an interdisciplinary academic and experiential
learning environment.

Participants will strengthen their cross-functional skills
through immersion in key issues and best practices
presented by world-class research and public policy
experts in counter-terrorism.

The program is a six day course that will be held August
3 - 8, 2014.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Candidates can learn more and apply online at www.usc.edu/create

Program video can be accessed at https://vimeo.com/75677371 - Program video

The program is eligible for homeland security grant funding and offers veteran discounts.


Crime Analyst Trainee - County of San Bernardino, CA (Job)

The County of San Bernardino is recruiting for Crime Analyst Trainees who conduct research and perform analysis of crime statistics for use in planning law enforcement activities. Duties include collecting, compiling, and analyzing data; preparing reports, records and correspondence summarizing data collected; preparing charts, maps, graphs and other visual presentations; and attending briefings and making oral and written presentations.

Minimum Requirements:
Certificate: Qualification for/Possession of the California Department of Justice Crime and Intelligence Analysis Certificate (CCIA), OR currently completing the last class and/or internship for qualification for the CCIA certificate.

Experience: Six (6) months full-time paid work experience within a law enforcement, public safety, or criminal justice agency.

For more details, please review the announcement at www.sbcounty.gov/hr. Application can be made on-line – apply ASAP – open until 5/9/14.
(909) 387-8304 - EEO/ADA

Crime Analyst - Larimer County Sheriff's Office, Fort Collins CO (Job)

Performs statistical and analytical research to provide crime related information. Researches, analyzes, interprets and provides information on crime related topics and issues to Sheriff's Office services. Develops and maintains tools that allow continued visibility and analysis of data relevant to Sheriff's Office operations and public safety.

Public Safety/Crime Analyst Position - State Attorney's Office Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida (Job)

The State Attorney’s Office for the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida, serving Duval, Clay and Nassau Counties in Northeast Florida is hiring a Public Safety/Crime Analyst. The Office’s practice encompasses the investigation and prosecution of crimes across the full spectrum of criminal activity. Within the judicial circuit is the city of Jacksonville, among the nation’s fifteen largest cities with a population approaching one million. The position will liaise with the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office and other circuit law enforcement organizations.

Interested persons should send a resume to Assistant State Attorney Rich Mantei at RMantei@coj.net . The closing for this position is Friday, April 18, 2014. Please note, there is no website posting for this vacancy.

Warmer Weather Brings Opportunities for Crime (News)

Frederick PD (Frederick, MD) discusses crime spikes seen by month and season.

KCb (News)

Kansas City Missouri's PD discusses the changes they have made to combat violent crimes including their NoVa project and creating a real-time crime center with intelligence analysis.

Crime Analyst / Richardson (TX) Police Department (Job)

Under supervision, incorporate complex research methodologies, statistical analyses, and GIS mapping strategies to perform data reviews and analysis of crime reports. Interpret crime patterns and trends. Disseminate information and make recommendations related to possible suspects, potential crimes, locations of future crimes, and forecasting of future criminal events. Establish methods for other employees to obtain relevant crime information, reports, and maps. Perform other related work as required.

Bachelors Degree required in Research Methodology, Statistics, GIS, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, or related field. Degree can be replaced by documented successful completion of study in fields of research methodology, statistical analysis, and/or GIS mapping, plus 10 years law enforcement experience or any other relevant combination of education and relevant experience.

If you have any questions about the opening, please contact Lieutenant Steven Baxter at 972-744-4746.

Administrative Analyst I (Criminal Intelligence) - Toledo OH (Job)

Definition

Under general supervision performs work of moderate difficulty in completing a variety of administrative tasks within an assigned service or program area; performs related work as required.

Examples of Duties

Provides administrative assistance for assigned departments, divisions and operations in areas such as budget management, employee relations, loss control/workers' compensation, personnel selection/classification and employee benefits; collects, analyzes, monitors and evaluates data related to assigned area, and makes recommendations to resolve problems and improve services; reviews and processes various personnel, claims and/or fiscal forms; maintains the technical SAP environments; performs system checks, technical tasks and system backups; creates and maintains data directory; supports components of the SAP software; provides Help Desk support; provides instruction and consultation to individuals and various agencies as required; prepares reports, correspo

Analysts help Madison police find patterns in crime (News)

As UW-Madison students packed up to go home for winter break in December, the crime analysts at the Madison Police Department’s Downtown offices knew what was coming next: A wave of burglary reports as students returned to campus in January, finding their apartments broken into and valuables stolen.

IACA member Annie Thompson makes the most of her volunteer time (News)

Annie Gainous Thompson leads a busy, full life.

The Tallahassee native is a respected crime analyst with the Tallahassee Police Department, but her work and service to the community extends far beyond law enforcement.

Thompson is a teacher, choir singer, baker, sewer and designer who credits her ability to fit in a busy schedule to her attention to time management.

Bank robbery suspect arrested thanks to detective's hunch and crime analyst's work (Article)

Madison PD's crime analyst successfully predicts a Bank Robber's next target based on the suspect's previous crimes.

Kenora OPP looking to predict crime (Article)

The OPP in Kenora are hoping to address crime before it happens through crime analysis.

When Addicts Come Calling: Police Tackle A Spate Of Opiate-Fueled Burglaries (Article)

Discussion of heroin-related crimes, specifically burglaries, being felt throughout all levels of a community.

Crime Analysis Unit Supervisor - Chandler, AZ (Job)

The City of Chandler Police Department is currently seeking qualified individuals to fill the position of Crime Analysis Supervisor. The primary function of an employee in this class is to perform supervisory and professional analysis and research for the Crime Analysis & Research Unit of the Planning and Research Section. The employee will be responsible for multiple projects including beat specific criminal activity; crime and intelligence analysis; and traffic accident analysis; oversight of Uniform Crime Reports; review and make recommendations in written and verbal format to management; and coordinate and schedule work of the Crime Analysis & Research Unit staff.


OC Transpro will use crime data to better deploy security personnel (Article)

OC Transpro is compiling two years of incident reports along with information on any new incidents in an effort to identify trends in criminal activity.

Crime Analyst/Homeland Security Solutions Inc./Quantico, VA (Job)

1. Must be a U. S. citizen.
2. Must successfully pass initial drug screening and periodic follow-up testing.
3. Must possess or be able to obtain, if necessary, a “secret” security clearance.
4. Must successfully complete a National Agency Check with Written Inquiries (NACI).
5. Must successfully complete an HSSI background check.
6. Must possess a valid driver’s license.
7. Must possess a minimum of a 4-year degree or equivalent work related experience.
8. At least 3 years law enforcement experience (military or civilian); 2 years’ experience in a related management discipline desired.
9. Specific criminal intelligence analyst training from an accredited organization such as the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA) or Anacapa Services Inc. may substitute for up to one year of experience or education. Other combinations of experience and education that meet the minimum requirements may be substituted.

Crime Analyst / Milwaukee Police Department / Milwaukee, WI  (Job)

The Milwaukee Police Department currently has vacancies for Crime Analysts:

THE PURPOSE of this position is to collect, collate, analyze, disseminate, and evaluate crime data to discover developing trends, patterns, and changes in criminal activity, using mapping and other analytical software. The Crime Analyst works within the Office of Management Analysis and Planning of the Milwaukee Police Department.

The Department will begin reviewing applications as soon as practicable after February 21, 2014. Applications will be accepted on a continual basis until the needs of the Department have been met. Qualified candidates will be notified of the date, time and place of the examination.

Applications may be obtained in person or via mail from the City of Milwaukee Department of Employee Relations, 200 E Wells St, Room 706, Milwaukee, WI 53202-3554, from www.milwaukee.gov/jobs/CA, or by calling (414) 286–3751.

How cold temperatures impact crime (News)

While many of us may not enjoy it, Lafayette Police Crime Analyst Steve Hawthorne said Mother Nature's bitter cold habits may actually be helpful when it comes to controlling crime.

"The winter time is the lowest time, you see it in all of the data, we get dips in crime in the winter time," said Hawthorne.

How Cold Temperatures Impact Area Crime (Article)

Lafayette PD's Crime Analyst discusses how the cold weather has impacted crime.

SPARC Analyst/Tempe PD/Tempe AZ (Job)

We have an analyst position open in the Strategic Planning, Analysis & Research Center (SPARC). The salary ranges from $48k-74k, depending on education & work experience. The position is for an applied researcher working on a team looking at crime & criminality within our community. We hope to develop action research initiatives that help the department develop operational strategies, investigative focus, policy development & situational crime prevention efforts, plus offer programmatic evaluation & assessment of the Department’s efforts. It deals with real time crime & criminals, and finding ways that applied research can directly affect actionable decisions on the street. The future of the unit will focus on prolific offenders, GIS forecasting & prediction, and hotspot analysis. We are looking to recruit aspiring criminologists & GIS professionals. The position requires at least 6 months of applied research experience & an undergraduate degree in the social sciences or GIS.

Pittsfield's New Crime Analyst Already Detecting Criminals (Article)

Pittsfield (MA) PD hired their first crime analyst - their Chief notes she is already helping to identify similar burglaries, what items are targeted, and places they are pawned!

Hundreds stealing to survive in York (Article)

Crime Analyst in York notes an increasing number of shoplifters stealing food to survive.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, an NDI-RS Customer, Announces Significant Drop in Crime in  (Article)

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg PD saw a drop in crime in 2013. Their Chief credits their Real Time Crime Center (RTCC) as providing intelligence for Detectives and Officers.

 
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