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Crime Analyst (Chattanooga PD: Chattanooga,TN) (Job)

Incumbents in this classification perform, conduct a variety of crime and statistical analysis in support of crime analysis activities; collects and analyzes data describing crime patterns, crime trends, traffic analysis and potential suspects; assists with administering crime analysis database and RMS system; assists in monitoring and researching known felons within the city; assists with creating local, state and federal statistics for City-wide and in-house reporting requirements; ensures work quality and adherence to established policies and procedures.


EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:

Collect, collate and analyze a variety of economic, geographic or social information in support of crime analysis activities; utilize sources from various calls for service, census, demographic and other related data; display informational analysis to police administrators and City officials.

Perform a variety of statistical analysis; provide information to assist in identifying crime problems; develop and test crime prediction and resource allocation statistical models; assist in advising sworn staff of areas of high crime probability; assist in developing and preparing charts, graphs, maps, reports and related materials in order to track and present findings related to criminal activity.

Monitor local, regional and national crime trends.

Establishes and maintains effective communication and working relationships with city employees, representatives of other agencies, the media and the general public.

Create confidential law enforcement bulletins regarding crime trends, repeat offenders and officer safety.

Develop and produce crime maps using geographic information systems (GIS) applications and conduct spatial analysis of crime data.

Analyze known offenders MOs and establish timelines to perform suspect/crime correlation in order to provide suspect leads and targets for surveillance or directed patrol.

Make written and oral presentations using maps, charts and graphs to inform police officers, detectives, investigators and commanders or emerging or existing crime series, patterns and trends, as well as suspect and victim profiles.

Predict or Forecast criminal trends based on computer analyses of current and past criminal activity.

Answer inquiries from the public, businesses, community groups and websites regarding crime activity, trends and patterns.

Collect, analyze and interpret data and statistics using quantitative and qualitative methodology. Employ principles and applications of mathematics and statistics, which may require knowledge of research methodology and techniques.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor's degree from an accredited school in criminal justice, public administration, mathematics/statistics or related field. Three years of building data bases, collecting, organizing and summarizing data to provide usable analyzed information. Must be able to interpret and make inferences from statistical information.

Any combination of education and experience that would provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying.

SAPR Investigative Analyst/Coast Guard Investigative Service/Washington, DC (Job)

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR)

Go to below USAJOBS link for description/details


https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/388562900

Crime & Intelligence Manager(Milwaukee, WI Police Department) (Job)

The purpose of the Crime & Intelligence Manager position is to provide analytical support to ongoing investigations and assist in the production of analytic products for presentation in law enforcement and community-based forums.

Please visit the listed website to learn more about the position, including the essential functions, requirements, selection process and application procedure.

Criminal Research Specialist (Metropolitan PD Washington, DC) (Job)

Job duties include: Research and obtain data and information from automated and manual resources and network databases in direct support of investigations. Receives, prioritizes and validate requests for investigative assistance and determines the appropriate procedure and protocols in order to initiate the collection and dissemination of the investigative information in a timely manner. Communicates with field investigators and criminal intelligence officers via radio or telephone to assist in identifying and locating suspects and potential witnesses. Assist in investigations to track items such as credit cards, cell phones, etc. that may contribute to the identification and location of potential suspects and/or complainant¿s property. Review surveillance video tapes and audio records to create images in database format. Creates, updates and maintains spreadsheets, database, files and networks. Prepares reports as needed. May be required to testify in court.

Police use data, technology to predict crime (Article)

Police use data, technology to predict crime.

Forensic GIS: The Role of Geospatial Technologies for Investigating Crime and Providing Evidence (Book)

A variety of disciplines and professions have embraced geospatial technologies for collecting, storing, manipulating, analyzing, and displaying spatial data to investigate crime, prosecute and convict offenders, exonerate suspects, and submit evidence in civil lawsuits. The applications, acceptability and relevance, and procedural legality of each geospatial technologies vary. The purpose of this book is to explain the nature of geospatial technologies, demonstrate a variety of geospatial applications used to investigate and litigate civil and criminal activities, and to provide a reference of current acceptability of geospatial technology in the production of evidence. This book is an introductory overview designed to appeal to researchers and practitioners across disciplinary boundaries. The authors of this book are researchers and practitioners across disciplines and professions, experts in the field.

Crime Analysis Assistant (Richmond, CA) (Job)

The City of Richmond, CA is seeking a Crime Analysis Assistant (Technician). This position is a specialized classification with responsibility for working with computerized law enforcement database networks, and providing assistance to the Richmond Police Department's Crime Analyst. Salary:$4,588 -$5,413/month (pending approval from the City Council).

Minimum Qualifications: Three years of office support experience, preferably in a crime analysis unit of a law enforcement agency. Highly Desirable Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and/or Department of Justice Certificate in Crime and Intelligence Analysis; knowledge of applicable laws, rules, regulations and administrative orders relating to law enforcement records, criminal codes, and terminology; research methodology; and computer analysis systems.

To apply and view the full announcement for this position, please visit our website at www.ci.richmond.ca.us.

Community Crime Analyst (Part-time), Draper City, Utah (Job)

Draper City is accepting applications for a Community Crime Analyst in our Police Department. This position is part-time for no more than 25 hours per week. Under the general supervision of the Chief of Police or designee, this position performs statistical and investigative analysis of crime, and prepares related reports and presentations. This position collects, compiles and analyzes crime data, as well as assists in the planning and development of department resources for prevention and suppression of criminal activity. This position is also required to build and maintain crime trend and analysis databases. The individual in this position will work closely with other city departments to analyze data to improve the livability of the Draper community.

Please submit a completed employment application along with resume and cover letter to Draper City, Attention Human Resources Department, 1020 East Pioneer Road, Draper, Utah, 84020 or fax to 801-576-6511.

Integrated Ballistic Identification System (IBIS) Technician (Part Time)/ CRA, Inc. / Camden, NJ (Job)

In support of a current contract, CRA is seeking to identify qualified candidates for the position of Integrated Ballistic Identification System (IBIS) Technician within the Camden County Police Department (CCPD). This position provides high quality data entry and correlation of evidence submitted by the Camden County Police Department that needs entry into the IBIS database system. This position enters cartridge cases into the IBIS database at the Camden County Crime Laboratory and notifies Firearms Examiner(s) of possible links to computer generated correlations. This position is also involved in coordinating with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms and other police agencies on IBIS related issues.

Position Responsibilities:

- Candidate shall work 24 hours per week under the supervision of sworn personnel in the Crime Scene or Criminal Investigation Unit;
- Assist the Firearms Examiner in processing of ballistic evidence and contraband;
- Entry of firearms evidence data into the IBIS system;
- Perform systematic analysis of potential ballistic matches;
- Conduct routine system maintenance;
- Complete administrative reports relating to documented evidence entries;
- Provide technical support to criminal investigations; and
- Work with examiners, officials and law enforcement personnel during analytical examinations to support criminal investigations.
- If and when needed or directed, the candidate shall prepare detailed reports and provide testimony in judicial proceedings.


Position Requirements:

- Candidates MUST be a USA citizen and able to pass a very detailed security background.
- Candidate requires an Associate’s Degree or Bachelor’s degree from a four (4) year institution with a major in/towards Natural or Physical Sciences (Forensic, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Engineering, or Material Science). Prior internships in the ballistic technician fields are a plus but not required.
- Experience using the Integrated Ballistic Identification System (IBIS) or other ballistic imaging equipment.
- Familiarity with Microsoft Office.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Candidate is responsible for recording and analyzing results.
- Provide required technical support to enable the laboratory to function effectively whilst adhering to correct procedures and health and safety guidelines.
- Knowledge of the design, construction, and operation of firearms and the various types of ammunition;
- Knowledge of tool manufacture as it applies to the identification of tools and marks;
- Knowledge of ASCLD/LAB Accreditation standards;
- Knowledge of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Safety requirements and Material Safety Data Sheets.

National Integrated Ballistic Information Network (NIBIN) Machine, Firearms Examiner (PT)/CRA, Inc  (Job)

In support of a current contract, CRA is seeking to identify qualified candidates for the position of National Integrated Ballistic Information Network (NIBIN) Machine, Firearms Examiner within the Camden County Police Department (CCPD). The Firearms Examiner performs forensic examinations of physical evidence related to firearms and tool mark identification. Duties include performing examinations of firearms, ammunition, ammunition components, tools, tool marks, and other firearms or tool related evidence. Candidates may perform examinations on clothing, bedding, and other surfaces for the presence of gunshot residues or powder patterns, muzzle to target distance determinations, chemical restoration of obliterated serial numbers, cartridge case ejection pattern testing, and long range trajectory evaluations. Candidates may also design and conduct experiments related to specific case issues. Candidates are also responsible for entering and searching data in the National Integrated Ballistics Information Network (NIBIN). Further duties include writing scientific examination reports, preparing findings for court presentation, testifying in court, and discussing laboratory results with officers and attorneys.

Position Responsibilities:

- Candidates shall work 24 hours per week under the supervision of sworn personnel in the Crime Scene or Criminal Investigation Unit;
- Verify the identification, ensure safety and determine the functional capabilities of submitted case firearms;
- Conduct test firing and perform operability analysis of case firearms;
- Conduct identification and microscopic analysis of submitted shooting related evidence;
- Use the National Integrated Ballistic Information Network (NIBIN) for data entry of shooting related evidence and test samples;
- Maintain proper chain of evidence control methods; and
- Interact with case investigators to provide additional information and support of active investigations.
- If and when needed or directed, the candidate shall prepare detailed reports and provide testimony in judicial proceedings.

Position Requirements:

- Candidates MUST be a USA citizen and able to pass a very detailed security background.
- Candidate requires an Associate’s Degree or Bachelor’s degree from a four (4) year institution with a major in/towards Natural or Physical Sciences (Forensic, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Engineering, or Material Science). A Master’s degree in Forensic Science is preferred but not required. Prior internships in the firearms examiners fields are a plus but not required.
- Experience using NIBIN, Integrated Ballistic Identification System (IBIS) or other ballistic imaging equipment.
- Familiarity with Microsoft Office.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Candidates are responsible for laboratory-based tasks, which include sampling, testing, measuring, recording and analyzing results.
- Provide required technical support to enable the laboratory to function effectively whilst adhering to correct procedures and health and safety guidelines.
- Knowledge of the design, construction, and operation of firearms and the various types of ammunition;
- Demonstrate the safe operation of firearms;
- Knowledge of tool manufacture as it applies to the identification of tools and marks;
- Knowledge of ASCLD/LAB Accreditation standards;
- Knowledge of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Safety requirements and Material Safety Data Sheets.

Analyst aims to help police fight, reduce crime (News)

Guam Police Department recently hired their first crime analyst and looks forward to his ability to put their existing stats and reports to use in a broader context.

Criminal Intelligence Analyst Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office (Tampa, FL) (Job)

Perform routine duties researching and analyzing criminal activities to help accomplish the Sheriff’s Office operational goals and mission to implement and support Intelligence-Led Policing (ILP). Provide short- and long-term crime and intelligence analysis to law enforcement personnel and other components to assist in the identification of on-going and emerging crime patterns and trends, serious and prolific offenders, and criminal groups and organizations.

Man Receives 6-year Sentence for String of Bank Robberies (News)

Madison PD's crime analyst was able to study the suspects past robberies and make a prediction of when & where he would hit next. That prediction led to police waiting outside his next target & taking him into custody.

Internat'l Assoc of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts - Land of Lincoln (Regional Association)

Kathleen Lichay, lichaykm@state.gov

Internat'l Assoc of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts - Mid-Atlantic (Regional Association)

Melissa Rogers at melissa.johnson@doc.state.nj.us

Internat'l Assoc of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts - Mid-States (Regional Association)

Mike Huntsman at huntsman@ialeia.org

Internat'l Assoc of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts - New England (Regional Association)


Internat'l Assoc of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts - Northern Florida (Regional Association)

Elizabeth Brinkley at elizabethbrinkley@flhsmv.gov

Internat'l Assoc of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts - South Florida (Regional Association)

Kyra Gravitt at kgravitt@sheriffleefl.org

Internat'l Assoc of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts - Southwest Ontario (Regional Association)

Keith Barker at keith.barker@haltonpolice.ca

Internat'l Assoc of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts -Trinidad & Tobago (Regional Association)

Debbie Sealey at debbieann.sealey@gmail.com

Internat'l Assoc of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts - Southwest  (Regional Association)

Elise Dekoschak at edekoschak@azdps.gov

Internat'l Assoc of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts - Washington, DC (Regional Association)

Darric Milligan at dmilligan3@gmail.com

 (Regional Association)


Internat'l Assoc of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts - Western Canada (Regional Association)


 
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