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Crime Analyst, Delray Beach (FL) Police Dept (Job)

This position involves analysis duties such as developing regular crime and calls for service bulletins; conducting and presenting historical analysis on both general and specific crime and calls for service information; analyzing data for crime trends, undertaking tactical crime analysis and assisting with comprehensive research projects. Position is accountable for receiving, analyzing and collating raw criminal data and producing accurate trends, reports, and information to assist with crime prevention.
◾Develop and maintain Tactical, Strategic, Administrative and Operational analytical capabilities. Conduct statistical, strategic and tactical crime analysis and plans, identifying current crime series and hot spots. Prepare monthly, quarterly, annual, and on-request reports.
◾Respond to ad-hoc requests for data and reports from all levels and units of the department. Provide information to police and city administration for decision making purposes; present analysis and statistics

Senior Financial Analyst for HIDTA in San Diego, CA (Job)

Southwest Border High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA), San Diego, CA
Salary Range-($66,482.52-$80,809.82 Annually)Plus Benefits
This position is dependent upon HIDTA funding. LE Background Check
Submit Resume to: Financial.Analyst@sdi.hidta.org
Questions Call: 619-557-5868
Perform a full range of responsible analytical and administrative duties in support of assigned programs, functions and department involving the use of independent judgment and personal initiative; understand all aspects of the job; analyze budget and technical reports; interpret and evaluate staff reports; laws, regulations and codes; intermittently analyze work papers, reports and special projects; identify and interpret technical and numerical information; develop and analyze operational and technical policies and procedures; research and analyze problems and prepare recommendations on a variety of issues; interpret, apply and explain pertinent Federal, State and Local laws, codes.

Chicago Police Department Criminal Intelligence Analyst (Job)

Job Number: 9117-CPD-2017
Description: Criminal Intelligence Analyst
No. of Vacancies: TBD per Budget Approval
Posting Date: Mar 13, 2017
Closing Date: (Period for Applying) - External: Mar 27, 2017
BU: 10
Salary: $73,212
Pay Basis: Yearly

Please see online posting for duties, qualifications, and other details.

Criminal Research Specialist - Metropolitan Police Department - Washington, DC (Job)

The focus of this position is to research, correlate, and disseminate timely and accurate information from multiple sources in direct support of criminal investigations. The incumbent will be responsible for gathering, evaluating, organizing, and assembling information for the purpose of detecting and identifying criminal activities, trends, entities, and participants. The incumbent will work in conjunction with investigators and other analyst in order to provide investigative leads, information on potential suspects and witnesses, and technical support during the course of an investigation. Performs other related duties as assigned.

This position is located in the Investigative Support Unit within the Joint Strategic and Tactical Analysis Command Center. The Unit is part of a 24 hour, 7 day a week operation. Subject to rotating shifts, shift work, working weekends and holidays.

Salary Range: $61,491.00 - $79,275.00
Opening/Closing Date: 3/15/2017 - 3/25/2017

Police Crime & Intelligence Analyst in Cherry Hill Township, NJ (Job)

Develop statistical data resources to assist in proactive and targeted investigations, preventative enforcement, education, identification of patterns and trends. Prepare a variety of mapping (GIS) products, including those that are the product of geo-spatial analysis. Respond to ad-hoc requests for data and reports from all levels and units of the department.

Review all police reports with the goal of identifying patterns as they emerge. Collect and organize criminal information from all available resources, including the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) system, the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS), field interview reports, intelligence sources, other agencies, media, crime bulletins, in order to study and analyze past and existing crime series, patterns and trends.

See full job description at:

Crime Analyst in Thornton, Colorado (Job)

Under general supervision, develops and maintains tactical, strategic, administrative and operational analysis that will be used to plan the deployment of resources for the prevention and suppression of criminal activity within the city of Thornton.

Bachelor's Degree in Criminology, Criminal Justice, Statistics or related field from an accredited college or university; three years of experience performing analysis and investigation of criminal activity in a criminal justice environment. Equivalent combinations of education and experience may be considered.

Licensing/Certification Requirements:
Valid Colorado driver's license with a safe driving record.

Crime Intelligence Analyst Supervisor (Austin, TX) (Job)

Austin PD in Austin Texas is hiring a supervisor to supervise our analysts at the Austin Regional Intelligence Center, our regional fusion center. Opening closes on 3/24/17.

The Crime Intelligence Supervisor will be responsible for training and mentoring junior staff members within and outside the fusion center. This person is responsible for reviewing, assigning and ensuring the completion of information requests. The supervisor will assign various threat/risk assessments and analytical intelligence products to staff while maintaining a working relationship with all members throughout the process. The supervisor is expected to discern, identify and relay any and all pertinent information to the appropriate staff members and law enforcement personnel. Performs related duties as assigned.

Crime Analysis Supervisor in Coquitlam, BC (Canada) (Job)

Coquitlam is home to over 145,000 people and is a vibrant, regional urban centre. We are committed to carefully managing the City's future while continuing to deliver the highest level of service to the community through leadership, sustainability and innovation.

Supervisor-Crime Analysis (Regular Full Time)
RCMP Civilian Police Services

About you:
You are a natural born problem solver with a passion for analysis and a flare for leadership.

Critical thinking comes easily for you. You have a talent for finding patterns and trends that others miss and you also have the ability to communicate your findings in a way mere mortals can understand. You have extensive experience developing evidence-based solutions to complex real world problems by applying a wide range of qualitative and quantitative methodologies. You are as comfortable applying regression analysis to an enormous pile of data as you are collaborating with a team, making recommendations to frontline operational staff and senior decision makers, or presenting to a packed meeting room. You can develop and execute long-term research plans and you can turn on a dime to produce fast results in a crisis.

You are self-motivated and meticulous in your own work and you have experience supervising, coaching and mentoring others to meet, and even exceed, your standards.

If this sounds like you and you are looking for an opportunity to make a real difference as part of a high functioning, tight knit team in a dynamic, high stakes environment we want to meet you.

Qualifications & Eligibility:
• 5-7 years professional experience in criminal/intelligence analysis in a policing environment.
• 1-3 years supervisory experience, ideally in a union environment.
• Completion of a university degree in a related discipline including post-secondary coursework in applied research and statistics.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills, including presentations and public speaking.
• Proficiency in MS Office applications as well as software applications related to research and analysis.
• Ability to build and maintain effective working relationships.
• Ability to work independently and meet tight deadlines with close attention to detail.
• Ability to obtain and maintain an RCMP top secret security clearance.
• Legal entitlement to work in Canada.

About us:
The Coquitlam RCMP is the police force of jurisdiction for the more than 200,000 citizens of Anmore, Belcarra, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and the Kwikwetlem First Nation. With more than 230 regular members and more than 100 civilian staff, we are one of the largest police forces in Metro Vancouver. We provide 24/7 patrol, response-to-call, enforcement and investigations as well as a wide range of crime prevention, crime reduction, community outreach and education programs. We work closely with our municipal contract partners and other key stakeholders to provide the top quality policing and public safety services that our citizens expect and deserve.

Important information:
• Applicants must be able to obtain and maintain an RCMP top secret security clearance during their course of employment.
• Shortlisted applicants must pass entrance exams administered by the RCMP E Division Crime Analysis Section (EDCAS) in order to proceed to the interview stage.
• EDCAS/RCMP entrance exams are administered on site at RCMP E Division Headquarters in Surrey. No exceptions will be made and travel expenses will not be covered.
• Applicants who have written and failed to pass EDCAS entrance exams within the last six months are not eligible to be tested for this recruitment process.
• Salary range is: $40.16 to 47.44 per hour or the annual wage range is $83,532 to $98,675 based on our 2015 rate.

The City offers an excellent benefits package. Please apply on-line at www.coquitlam.ca/jobs by 5:00 pm on March 26, 2017.

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
The City of Coquitlam is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Research Analyst for CAPAnalytics (Job)

Analyst positions now available in the exciting and rapidly growing field of security and loss prevention. Join the CAP Index team and deliver impactful data intelligence that helps major organizations combat crime and loss. This one-of-a-kind opportunity is exclusively available to individuals with a keen interest in loss prevention analytics. Senior- and entry-level positions currently available. Click here to learn more: https://lnkd.in/ecdd9QF

PROVE (Prediction of Repeat Offending and Victimization in the Environment) (Software)

Please read the full abstract regarding this research and free software tool on the NCJRS website here: (https://nij.gov/topics/law-enforcement/strategies/Pages/research-on-repeat-crime-risk-leads-to-software-tool-development.aspx).

Annotation: This web page profiles and provides free downloading access to the beta version of a software tool that enables law enforcement agencies to forecast the risk for particular types of crime by geographic location.

Abstract: The acronym for the software is PROVE (Prediction of Repeat Offending and Victimization in the Environment), The research team that developed PROVE partnered with Azavea, a Philadelphia-based company that creates civic geospatial software and data analytics for the web. The research team examined Philadelphia statistics for crimes that included homicide, rape, aggravated assault, robbery, burglary, and motor vehicle theft. Researchers also considered long-term and short-term risk and near-repeat crimes on a 2-week timeframe.

Fusion Intelligence Analyst in Washington, DC (Job)

Job Title: Fusion Intelligence Analyst
Requisition Number: JO-1703-8207
Grade: 12
Salary Range: $76,082.00 - $97,340.00
Agency: Homeland Security & EMA
Opening/Closing Date: 3/6/2017 - 3/16/2017

Job Summary
This position is located in the District of Columbia Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency (DC HSEMA), Washington Regional Threat Analysis Center (WRTAC). The mission of DC HSEMA is to support and coordinate homeland security and emergency management efforts, ensuring that the District of Columbia’s all-hazards emergency operations are prepared to protect against, plan for, respond to, and recover from natural and man-made hazards. DC HSEMA assumes the continuity of government during and following major disasters. The mission is accomplished in partnership with District, federal, and regional agencies, as well as many private sector organizations.

This position provides intelligence support and information dissemination to members of local and federal homeland security agencies throughout the District of Columbia, National Capital Region (NCR), and other similar centers in the United States. The work involves the collection, analysis, evaluation, interpretation, and dissemination of information on political, economic, social, cultural, physical, geographic, or scientific conditions, and trends and forces in domestic areas that directly and indirectly affect the security of the NCR.

-Communicates regularly and effectively (orally and in writing) with a range of international, federal, state, local, private sector, academic, non-governmental (NGO), and professional association entities. Provide rapid response to ad hoc requests from decision makers (e.g., special intelligence analyses or personal briefings). Provides deconfliction services for first responders.

-Assists in the development of analytical tools and methodologies to fill present gaps and address future gaps. Assist in determining and defining essential elements of information required and the most effective method for collection efforts. Helps to plan, coordinate, and conduct the collection and analysis of strategic and tactical intelligence.

-Maintain continuous liaison with diverse homeland security organizations, states, regional operational watch centers, and national intelligence community organizations. Maintain an in-depth understanding of foreign and domestic terrorist threats facing the District of Columbia.
-Provide technical support to the District of Columbia’s Critical Infrastructure Protection Program (DCIPP), including the development of private sector cooperation strategies.

-Assists in planning and establishing short and long range collection requirements, and initiates new administrative procedures in fusion intelligence collection. Assesses unforeseen developments, new phenomena, and difficulties encountered, and recommends changes in direction and approach.
-Ensure customer/stakeholder understanding of their role in the intelligence cycle and the importance of information-sharing. Anticipates customer/stakeholder intelligence needs through the identification of intelligence gaps associated with terrorism threats.

-Maintains awareness of key customer/stakeholder information needs through both direct contact and research. Identifies and prioritizes intelligence gaps and communicates them to customers/stakeholders. Cultivates and maintains a current and thorough understanding of assigned subject matter, to include awareness of other agency activities related to assigned subject matter portfolio.

-Reviews reported tips and leads for threat information and situational awareness, including determining location, activity, and reporting trends. Assist in exploring anomalies, new developments, and trends that threaten the security of the NCR.

Compares and contrasts new data with information already in intelligence databases; seeks corroborative data; assesses individual pieces of information in the context of broader assessments or operations; and disseminates significant intelligence, as appropriate.

Ideal Candidates must have:
-Thorough knowledge of law enforcement, criminal intelligence, counter terrorism, and other federal and local intelligence agencies through the National Capital Region (NCR) and other similar centers throughout the United States.

-Thorough knowledge of homeland security and emergency management policies, procedures. Ability to apply relevant laws, statutes and regulations associated with the overall mission.

-Thorough knowledge of the intelligence process to include the intelligence cycle and intelligence from a criminal or defense community. Thorough knowledge of operational planning in law enforcement, emergency management, and/or fire service under emergency circumstances. Thorough knowledge of law enforcement as it relates to the intelligence process.

-Ability to research, synthesize, and analyze large amounts of data from diverse, sometimes conflicting, sources of information from international, federal, state, local, private sector, academic, NGO, professional association, and other relevant entities. Ability to extract issues of particular relevance to the NCR from international and national terrorist events.

-Ability to work cross-programmatically in a team environment and to navigate varying cultures of federal and state/local partners. Ability to build and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of colleagues from disparate disciplines.

-Excellent oral and written communication skills to understand and articulate customer/stakeholder information needs, as well as anticipate and proactively address unarticulated information needs, and to prepare and present recommendations, conclusions, and solutions regarding complex issues based on analysis and evaluation, including the preparation and presentations of reports, proposals, etc.

-Performs other related duties as assigned.

Incumbent is subject to work call-back to support critical or emergency situations and subject to work night and weekends hours, contingent upon organizational need.

Duration of Appointment: This is a Term Appointment Position. Not to Exceed (NTE) thirteen (13) months.

Collective Bargaining Unit (Union): This position is in a collective bargaining unit and you may be required to pay an agency service fee through direct payroll deduction.

Experience that equips the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform the duties of the position, and that is typically in or related to the work of the position to be filled. To be creditable, specialized experience must have been equivalent to at least the next lower grade level in the normal line of progression for the occupation in the organization.

General experience is one (1) year of progressively responsible experience, which was equivalent to at least a one (1) grade below, which demonstrates the ability to:

1. Analyze problems to identify significant factors, gather pertinent data, and recognize solutions
2. Plan and organize work
3. Communicate effectively orally and in writing

Such experience may have been gained in administrative, professional, technical, investigative, or other responsible work. Experience must be functional and relevant in legislative and policy issue, regulations, legislative decisions, or other responsible work may be qualifying as long as it provides evidence of the knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSA's) necessary to perform the duties of the position to be filled.
Specialized experience directly related to the line of work of the position that has equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills and abilities to successfully perform the duties of the position.

Experience in a general clerical nature (typing, filing, routine procedural processing, maintaining records, or other non-specialized tasks) is not creditable.

Licensures, Certifications and other requirements
Incumbent must possess or be able to acquire and maintain a SECRET level security clearance from the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) or Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

A Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in a field of study related to terrorism/counterterrorism, critical infrastructure protection, fire/emergency medical services, emergency management, public health, cyber security, law enforcement, or related field required. A Master’s degree in a related field of study can be substituted for experience, requiring three years of the aforementioned experience with a Master’s degree.

Work Experience
Minimum of four (4) years of experience working as an intelligence analyst or in a relevant analysis function, preferably with the US intelligence and/or law enforcement communities is required

NamUs Analyst (Case Analysis) in Fort Worth, Texas (Job)

The Center for Human ID Department at the University of North Texas Health Science Center is seeking to hire a NamUs Analyst to join our team.

NamUs is a grant-funded program of the National Institute of Justice (NIJ). Since 2011, NamUs has been administered by the UNT Health Science Center (UNTHSC) through a cooperative agreement with the NIJ. For more information about NamUs at the UNT Health Science Center, visit http://www.untfsu.com/NamUs/Overview.html.

For more information about NamUs, please visit www.NamUs.gov.

UNTHSC is a values-based organization, committed to serving others first. For more information on our organizational values, please visit https://www.unthsc.edu/values/.

The successful candidate will possess the following required qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, Forensic Science, Information Technology, Intelligence Analysis or related field and 3 years of related experience.


Intelligence Analyst in Torrance, CA (Job)

Incumbent will investigate, perform research and conduct Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) necessary to support the company’s efforts to protect the Intellectual Property Rights of multiple world famous brand owners through detailed investigations (gathering data and intelligence), reports and analytical functions.

•Coordinate research leads on subjects related to criminal or illicit activities with an emphasis on involvement in counterfeit product manufacturing and distribution.
•Perform due diligence on background investigations for subjects of interest involved in criminal activities, which will require being in an undercover capacity.
•Utilize current trending social media and mobile applications to gain access and information on subjects, which may require a communication exchange.
•Research, develop, and prepare analytical intelligence and informational reports which will include narrative, tabular and graphic materials.
•Write detailed reports on findings

Cyber Intelligence Analyst (Los Angeles, CA) (Job)

Incumbent will investigate, perform research and conduct Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) necessary to support the company’s efforts to protect the Intellectual Property Rights of multiple world famous brand owners through detailed investigations (gathering data and intelligence), reports and analytical functions.

•Coordinate research leads on subjects related to criminal or illicit activities with an emphasis on involvement in counterfeit product manufacturing and distribution.
•Perform due diligence on background investigations for subjects of interest involved in criminal activities, which will require being in an undercover capacity.
•Utilize current trending social media and mobile applications to gain access and information on subjects, which may require a communication exchange.
•Research, develop, and prepare analytical intelligence and informational reports which will include narrative, tabular and graphic materials.
•Write detailed reports on findings

Crime Analyst (Job)

WANTED: Crime analysts interested in freelance project work. It's a great way to earn extra $ and support a worthy cause. You can work on your own time and at your own pace. Our business applies a data-driven approach to ending domestic violence. Please contact us for specific assignments.

Police Analyst (Job)

The two (2) Police Analyst positions perform specialized, confidential research and analytical work to provide crime and intelligence information and data in support of law enforcement activities, including criminal investigations, patrol operations, and crime prevention. The work of this group is of a highly sensitive and confidential nature due to the restricted data received and collected by the Allegheny County Police. These are grant funded, time limited positions based on availability of funding for continuation from year to year.

Spokane County Sheriff's Crime Information Analyst (Job)

Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:

Conducts research and collects, compiles, and analyzes information from appropriate sources on specialized topics related to law enforcement; prepares comprehensive technical and analytical reports and records; presents and interprets data and identifies solutions and proposals on issues facing law enforcement; researches methodologies in collecting data pertaining to criminal activities.

Researches, evaluates, and identifies crime patterns and trends; reports findings as directed.

Uses Structured Query Language (SQL) and ad hoc reporting tools (such as Crystal Reports) to collect, process, and obtain data such as burglary and robbery reports, thefts from motor vehicle reports, and stolen motor vehicle reports; utilizes criminal justice information systems to input and retrieve information (including, NCIC, WACIC, RMS, CAD, Application Xtender, Xpediter, Coplink, LinX, RISS, WSIN).

Uses data collected from arrest reports to identify trends on crimes in surrounding neighborhoods and businesses to build cases.

Tracks crime trends, plots maps of the trends, and prepares statistical and analytical reports on reported crimes.

Plans, organizes, and conducts reviews and studies in criminal information, conducts research and collects, compiles, and analyzes information from various sources.

Prepares reports, link charts, association matrices, criminal information bulletins, and graphic presentations of statistical data; presents findings to law enforcement personnel.

Analyze raw data from numerous sources and develop into it into usable tactical and strategic planning concerning individuals and trends.

Performs other related duties as required.

Crime Analyst (Pearl River, Rockland County, NY) (Job)

The mission of NY/NJ HIDTA is to invest in partnerships to build healthy and safe communities. HIDTA is a program of the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), and HIDTAs across the country focus on reducing drug trafficking and its harmful consequences, particularly drug abuse and drug-related crime. To accomplish this, the NY/NJ HIDTA builds innovative and effective partnerships with federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies operating in the region.

Required Experience and Skills:

Supervising Analyst - Monroe Crime Analysis Center - Rochester, NY (Job)

The Monroe Crime Analysis Center in Rochester, NY seeks a Lead/Supervising Analyst. The position is an evening position, Tues-Sat and includes supervisory responsibility over other crime analysts, as well as training and technology development responsibilities. The incumbent will report to another supervising analyst as well as the director of the Center. The Monroe Crime Analysis Center consists of 21 civilian and sworn employees, contains real-time operations and is sponsored by the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services. The job starts at $60,000. Employment is with the Rochester Institute of Technology and the full posting and application instructions can be found at the link here.

Part-time Professor, Protection, Security & Investigation (Job)

This position will develop and teach part-time in the Protection, Security and Investigation Program (PSI). The PSI 45-hour course will focus on using the Internet as an investigative tool (Open-Source Intelligence, OSINT). The course will be: geared towards mining online information for use in private-sector and public sector investigations; will be delivered in computer lab facilities at the college; and will instruct student in conducting open-source, online investigations in an effective and ethical manner. Topic areas could include the deep web, meta-search tools, the Internet archive, proxy servers, anonymization, and other related content. Course development will be complete by June 30, 2017. Course development includes course outline as per Humber College standards, weekly lesson plans, and all related material to deliver the course, including course readings, and assessments. Teaching will commence in Fall 2018.

Crime Analysts (2 positions) - Orange County (FL) School District Police (Job)

Job Posting Title


1. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution of higher education.
2. Two (2) years of experience as a crime analyst, criminal intelligence analyst or similar within a public or private sector environment equal in scope to the duties and requirements of the position.
3. Special Requirements
a. Must obtain Florida Crime Information Center (FCIC) and National Crime Information Center (NCIC) Level 2 User certification and training within 6-months of hiring as a condition of employment. Incumbent must maintain certification throughout employment in this position
b. Must obtain Intelligence Liaison Officer certification within 6-months of hiring as a condition of employment. Incumbent must maintain certification throughout employment in this position.
c. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida driver’s license, and retain the ability to drive a district vehicle as required by the department.
4. Must successfully pass a comprehensive background assessment which includes a criminal history check, drug screen, fingerprinting, testing and related selection criteria. Candidates may not possess any felony convictions or misdemeanor convictions related to moral turpitude or gross misconduct.

Special Note: Incumbent shall be subject to specialized training, background reviews and confidentiality and compliance requirements as outlined by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) and other criminal justice agency user agreements so as to fulfill the duties of the position. The incumbent is considered to be “essential personnel” subject to being held over or called back to a district work location or alternate site at all times. Incumbent may be assigned to the other operational support venues as deemed necessary by department leadership. Position shall be exposed to confidential, restricted and highly sensitive information requiring the utmost discretion and compliance with all administrative rules, directives, policies, procedures, regulations and statutes governing its distribution.

SALARY RANGE: $44,438 - $59,013

Police Department Project Coordinator- Technology Transition Team (Job)

General Definition of the Work
The Project Coordinator will play a significant leadership role in transitioning the 1,800+ member Port Authority Police Department onto a modernized, electronic crime and incident-reporting system. This work will involve project management, stakeholder coordination, and strategic communication tasks done in an office environment, as well as occasional field visits and observations conducted on-site at police commands in the NY and NJ area. This work will be overseen by the Security Business Resource Management & Planning group, which provides administrative and business support to the Port Authority Police Department, under the Office of the Chief Security Officer. This is a full-time, one-year opportunity.
Primary tasks include:
• Assisting current project manager with a range of delegated tasks, including planning and logistics for all training sessions and go-live dates scheduled throughout the year
• Maintaining situational awareness of all project c

BCS - MARVLIS Forecast LE (Software)

MARVLIS Forecast LE is the latest evolution in the MARVLIS family of products.  Leveraging the power of ArcGIS Server, key information is distributed throughout the department using a series of portals, or dashboards, designed for any level user. Currently, MARVLIS Forecast LE consists of three finished modules; COMPSTAT, Admin Stats Dashboard, & Operations Monitor. Three more modules are in development; Patrol Client, Tactical, & Investigative.
The COMPSTAT module is designed to make departmental meetings easy.  Agency data is compiled and categorized for the previous 4 weeks into a simple interface, enabling anyone in the department to conduct scheduled or impromptu meetings.  Whether used for routine COMPSTAT-style meetings, Neighborhood Watch programs, or pre-shift assemblies, the COMPSTAT module of MARVLIS Forecast LE presents agency data in a clean, professional display for all audiences

It’s often a challenge to present large amounts of data in a format that can be easily understood.  The Admin Stats module of Forecast LE does just that.  Using a series of graphs linked with an intelligent map, this module gives departmental access to major agency data types and analysis in an intuitive display.  Part 1 and 2 crimes, field contacts, traffic, and calls for service information and statistics can be viewed by code, date range, jurisdictional boundary, shift, and more making it easy for officers and staff to get the intel they need without adding to your analyst workload.

The Operations Monitor module provides a real-time, tactical display of active 911 calls and AVL positions and statuses.  The intuitive interface presents a variety of metrics showing fleet load and distribution of activity by zone combined with real-time data such as traffic, weather warnings/radar, DOT information, and traffic camera access.  Leveraging your organizational GIS data in conjunction with Esri basemaps and a variety of real-time data feeds, Operations Monitor helps decision makers by integrating all these data into one holistic display. ​

Crime Analyst/West Palm Beach Police Department (Job)

Under limited supervision, gathers criminal information, analyzes crime patterns and trends, criminal intelligence information on criminals, prepares intelligence reports, and provides analytical support to all law enforcement personnel regarding special needs and requests. May perform other duties as assigned.

1. Conducts research, gather and compiles information, and analyzes data to identify crime patterns, makes interpretations and writes comprehensive reports.
2. Prepares, maintains and secures electronic files on investigative research projects.
3. Researches, updates, and interprets federal, state and local secure terrorism intelligence and criminal databases and disseminates the information as needed.
4. Compiles and evaluates information, selects essential elements and correlates new information with existing information.
5. Provides analytical support to all law enforcement personnel regarding special needs and requests.

Crime Analyst (Plano, TX Police Department) (Job)

Essential job functions: prepare monthly statistical and administrative crime and activity reports, track and provide analysis of crime trends, incident mapping, disseminate crime information to appropriate personnel, respond to requests for information, prepare crime bulletins and photo lineups, and prepare content for monthly management meetings

Minimum Qualifications: knowledge of police operations and procedures, methods of crime analysis, research methodologies, advanced computer skills, effective communications skills both verbally and in writing, Bachelor's degree

Experience: one year of experience researching, analyzing, and interpreting data, preferably in a law enforcement environment

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