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Public Safety Analyst/Senior Public Safety Analyst - Chula Vista, CA (Job)

Chula Vista, the second-largest City of San Diego County has an immediate vacancy for a permanent, full-time Public Safety Analyst/Senior Public Safety Analyst.

Public Safety Analysts perform professional analytical and administrative duties in areas such as public safety problem analysis, data analysis, crime analysis, research, including special programs and projects; identify relevant data and recommend strategies for improvement; and perform other duties as assigned. The Senior Public Safety Analyst is the advanced journey-level class. In addition to above, employees in this class perform the full range of duties and are generally assigned the more complex and difficult work projects requiring thorough analysis, extensive research, unusual or original solutions and interdepartmental coordination.

Minimum Qualifications: BA and 2-3yrs years of increasingly responsible analytical and/or research experience.

Visit our website for full position description and to apply on-line.

Memphis Police Department RTCC - Crime Analyst - (3) Openings (Job)

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Works under the supervision of the Crime Analysis Unit Manager within the Police Services Division. Identifies emergent crime patterns and series. Analyzes tactical activities and contributes to intervention efforts. Measures and forecasts long-term public safety related activity. Provides information and analysis on police resources and on police actions and their consequences. Researches, compiles, analyzes and interpret statistical data from a variety of sources to include offense and arrest reports, census reports, etc. Provides forecasts and interpretations of future crime statistics utilizing quantitative and qualitative methodology. Identifies and recommends methods to develop agency tactics, strategies, and long-range plans for crime control and prevention. Develops and maintains programs which will collect, collate, analyze and disseminate crime activity data, including frequency, geographic factors, victims, targets, suspect descriptors, chronological information, suspect vehicle descriptions, modus operandi factors, potential and actual police hazards, and physical evidence information. Creates computer databases, electronic spreadsheets, desktop publishing, word processing, statistical applications such as Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) and Microsoft Office applications to manipulate, analyze and present data. Plans and integrates efforts with City GIS.

Supervising (Crime) Analyst- North Country County (NY) Crime Analyses Center (Job)

This RIT position is located in Malone, New York. The Supervising Analyst is responsible for overseeing the operation in the North Country County Crime Analyses Center. This oversight includes supervision of personnel and daily operations. This position will supervise 2/3 full-time staff (Crime Research Analysts). The Center is staffed with a team of crime analysts and sworn law enforcement members who support area law enforcement agencies in their efforts to track and reduce Part I Crime.

In order to be considered for this position, you must apply for it at: http://careers.rit.edu/staff. Click the link for search openings and in the keyword search field, enter the title of the position or the 3558BR number.

Analyst I/Perpetrator Information Center (PIC), Kansas City (MO) Police Department (Job)

An opening for the position of Analyst I, is available within the Perpetrator Information Center (PIC).

The role of the Analyst I is to identify and analyze crime series, sprees, trends, terrorism, and related criminal acts. The Analyst I will use Intelligence-Led Policing methods to provide crime analysis, intelligence analysis, and investigative case support for internal and external law enforcement partners. The primary responsibilities of the Analyst I rely heavily on providing real time actionable intelligence in the form of analytical products.

Outside applicants interested in being considered for the position must submit a cover letter and resume, and submit them directly to Mindy.Davis@kcpd.org, to be received no later than FEBRUARY 26, 2018.

All permanent full-time members of the Kansas City Missouri Police Department must reside within the Kansas City, Missouri city limits unless an exception has been granted by the Chief of Police.

Selected applicants who meet all of the qualifications will be contacted individually to schedule an interview. Selected applicants must submit to a TABE test, Keystroke test (80% accuracy), MMPI, polygraph, post-offer physical examination and routine drug screen.

Crime Analyst - Beloit Police Department Beloit, WI (Job)

The City of Beloit Police Department is seeking an experienced crime analyst to support the overall department mission to create safe neighborhoods by reducing crime, fear, and disorder through community collaboration using honorable, progressive policing. The Crime Analyst’s role is to provide timely and relevant information on crime patterns and trends, to assist operational and administrative personnel in planning the deployment of resources for the prevention and suppression of criminal activities. The Crime Analyst aids in the investigative processes and provides timely information, which increases the apprehension of offenders and the clearance of cases.

See the attached position description for additional requirements, essential job functions, and KSA’s.

Starting salary range: $35,200-$52,800 DOQ. Health and dental
benefits, as well as vacation, sick leave, and other benefits are available to the employee and his/her family subject to current city policy for exempt employees.

Crime & Intelligence Analyst - San Jose Police Department - San Jose, CA. (Job)

The San Jose Police Department's Crime Analysis Unit is hiring for the position of Crime & Intelligence Analyst (CIA). The CIA performs specialized technical support work utilizing automated law enforcement systems, a variety of software, and crime and intelligence analysis techniques to provide a wide range of analytical services and products to police officers and management to use in the identification and apprehension of criminal offenders, the deployment of officers, and the improvement of public safety, as well as for strategic planning.

Education: A Bachelor's degree in Public Administration, Business Administration, Information Management, Criminal Justice, or other closely related field.

Experience: Two (2) years of professional experience in a law enforcement agency utilizing multiple police information systems, performing research, and compiling crime data.

Data Officer/Metropolitan Police Department/Washington, DC (Job)

The Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) is the primary law enforcement agency for the District of Columbia. It is the mission of the Metropolitan Police Department to safeguard the District of Columbia and protect its residents and visitors by providing the highest quality of police service with integrity, compassion, and a commitment to innovation that integrates people, technology and progressive business systems.
This position is located in the Executive Office of the Chief of Police (EOCOP), Office of the Chief Information Officer (CIO). This position reports directly to the Chief Information Officer and is accountable for the overall responsibility of MPD’s data program and compliance. The Incumbent serves as the Agency Data Officer (ADO), responsible for managing the Department’s data efforts, providing vision and strategy for all data management initiatives related to the quality, standards, integrity, reporting, security, and access of data across the agency. The ADO will also facilitate the sharing of information among MPD and the public, other District agencies, and will coordinate initiatives that improve Department decision making and management with the use of data.
This position is At Will. At will employment applies to the Management Supervisory Service (MSS). All positions and appointments in the MSS serve at the pleasure of the appointing authority and may be terminated at any time with or without cause. This position is not in a collective bargaining unit.

This incumbent will be responsible for the following:
• Provides vision and strategy for all MPD data management initiatives as part data strategist and adviser, part steward for improving data quality, part advocate for data sharing, part technologist, and part developer of new data products.
• Ensures MPD data is available, reliable, consistent, accessible, secure, and timely to support the mission and activities of the agency.
• Establishes and maintains data policies, standards, and organization to improve how the agency collects, uses, manages, and publishes data.
• Works with executives, data owners, and data users to establish and achieve data accuracy and process requirement goals for internal and external customers.
• Participates in business process management activities that create, modify, and retire data.
• Regularly reports progress of data management projects to executive officials including targets and performance metrics.
• Oversees and helps facilitate the evaluation of all data movement/conversion projects and ensures the enforcement of the data strategy.
• Works with other resources within MPD to efficiently and effectively manage data infrastructure costs and increases the value of the Department’s data.
• Manages MPD’s open data efforts including coordination with the District’s OCTO and Open Data Portal.
• Represents the Department on citywide data management efforts.
• In compliance with regulatory and business standards, establishes data archiving, and retention strategies across MPD.
• Establishes and oversees a data management governance structure to provide guidelines and recommendations on business requirements, practices, and compliance to ensure organization business strategy, regulatory compliance, and other requirements are met.
• Ensures adequate disaster recovery and business continuity strategies are in place for all key data repositories across the agency.
• Establishes and maintains an optimal coordination, communication, and liaison structure among key system offices, institutions, and external stakeholders.
• Educates the Department members on data management concepts, the appropriate usage of data, data quality concepts, agency decision-support concepts, data vendor capabilities, definition and appropriateness of data management, rules on data access, and other data-related matters.
• Conducts and participates in human resources management activities including, but not limited to, selection, professional development, investigation of personnel complaints, discipline, recognition, reassignment,, grievance adjudication, collective bargaining agreement administration and performance management.
• Performs other related duties as assigned.
A criminal background including criminal history and credit check are required for positions within the Metropolitan Police Department.
Master's degree (or equivalent experience) in Computer Science, Software Engineering, or a relevant technology fields, engineering, systems management, computer science, or operations management is preferred.
Seven plus (7+) years of information technology experience, with four (4) years or more of relevant data compliance and data program leadership experience, to include a minimum of four (4) years leadership experience.
Work Environment
The Metropolitan Police Department is a 24-hour/7-days a week operation. This position is deemed as an essential position and will be subject to working non-traditional hours including rotation shifts, days-off, weekends and holidays as applicable.

Crime Analyst - Fort Worth, TX (Job)

The City of Fort Worth has an opening for a Crime Analyst. An experienced candidate is preferred; however, all interested and qualifying persons are encouraged to apply. Please note that in order to be considered for this position, all applicants must apply through the city's online job site. The posting closes on January 26, 2018.

Criminal Intelligence Analyst-Pima County Attorney's Office, Tucson, AZ (Job)

The recently developed Pima County Attorney’s Office Crime Strategies Unit and Geo-Based Prosecution teams work closely with law enforcement agencies and members of the community to identify the high-priority offenders most responsible for committing crimes that impact our community, from violent crimes to lower-level, quality-of-life offenses. Would you like to work with us to fight and prevent crime? Are you interested in helping prosecutors develop and implement intelligence-driven strategies that address these crime issues and target priority offenders?

If you are the right person for this position, apply now and become part of a passionate, dedicated, and engaged team that values collaboration and innovation.

Click here for the job description and application form (the job is open until filled):
Search Job Title: 7650 Criminal Intelligence Analyst

www.datawalk.com (Software)

DataWalk is a next-generation enterprise-class platform for revealing patterns, relationships, and anomalies for fraud detection, public safety (LEA), and intelligence operations. DataWalk is secure and requires minimal technical support thereby significantly decreasing operational and maintenance costs.

Using a modern, big-data technology stack, combined with a user-friendly visual interface, DataWalk eliminates the restrictions of data silos, allowing agencies to rapidly import and blend data from multiple sources. DataWalk provides a singular data view using intuitive visualizations including histograms, link diagrams, maps, and timelines. New displays, styles, interfaces, or plug-ins are easily accommodated.

DataWalk uses advanced analytics for faster intelligence-led decision making through secure workflows for accurate, complete, and consistent results. It’s a highly flexible system delivering agile and adaptive analytics where new data sources are quickly and easily integrated

Criminal Intelligence Analyst-Unclassified - Pima County Attorney's Office, Tucson, AZ (Job)

Performs professional-level analytical work in the area of crime analysis and data driven prosecution within the Crime Strategies Unit (CSU) of the Pima County Attorney's Office. This classification is responsible for providing the CSU with investigative, analytical and data manipulation support.

Bachelor's degree from an accredited college, university or technical school in criminal justice, statistics, information management, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Automated Mapping/Facility Management (AM/FM), computer science, management information systems (MIS), computer engineering, or other related field as defined by the appointing authority at the time of recruitment and four years of technical experience in applied research, statistical or analytical work or the development and maintenance of database systems, which included programming and systems analysis.

Apply online: http://webcms.pima.gov/government/human_resources/

For more info, contact HR@pima.gov

Crime Analyst Intern -Chino (CA) Police Department (Job)

Crime Analysis Interns work alongside current Crime Analysts in the Crime Analysis Unit and the Real Time Crime Center. Under direct supervision, performs a variety of routine clerical tasks, prepares correspondence and reports; and, does related work as assigned. Must be available to work weekdays, weekends and holidays, with days and hours to be adjusted to meet the needs of the Department. Please see the essential functions below for specific details. Crime Analysis Internship Program Applicants are required to be currently enrolled in a Crime and Intelligence Analysis program.

Chino Police Department Crime Analysis Internship Program Applicants are required to be currently enrolled in a Crime and Intelligence Analysis program and be available 15-20 hours per week.

Crime Analyst - City of Richardson (Texas) 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.

Senior Research Analyst - SAC at AZ Criminal Justice Commission (Job)

The Senior Research Analyst has direct responsibility to work closely with, and provide guidance to, criminal justice agencies in Arizona. This position will have responsibility for a wide-range of projects centered on all aspects of criminal justice in Arizona while working with local, state, and academic research leaders. The Sr. Research Analyst develops high-level statistical analysis reports that will be used by ACJC, the Arizona legislature, the Executive Branch, and other Arizona criminal justice agencies.

The Senior Research Analyst will join the Statistical Analysis Center (SAC) team. The SAC is the statewide equivalent of the national Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) and is an active member of the Justice Research and Statistics Association (JRSA). The SAC team consists of a Program Manager, two Senior Research Analysts, and three Project Specialists.

Please submit your resume and cover letter to www.azstatejobs.gov. Req. # 34671

Data Analytic Specialists/Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police/Charlotte, NC (Job)

This position’s primary responsibility is directly related to the analysis of data for the purpose of providing decision support mechanisms to police personnel in the form of administrative, criminal, intelligence, tactical and strategic analysis . Applicants must be able to perform research related to criminal activity; assist in analyzing data from a variety of databases in an effort to identify suspects, generate leads, and evaluate and report on crime series, trends and patterns; assist in preparing crime summaries, statistical reports, spreadsheets, charts, maps and diagrams; present findings to both internal and external audiences; and perform a variety of specialized studies. For additional information and to apply online, please visit the City of Charlotte's Job website.

Professor, School of Public Safety - Seneca College, Toronto, Canada (Job)

Reporting to the Chair, School of Public Safety, Recreation and Wellness, and Environmental Studies, the Professor is responsible for developing, preparing, and delivering courses within the School of Public Safety, ensuring an effective and compelling learning environment for students.

Case Closed™ | Visallo™ Advanced Analytics (Software)

Produce more rigorous and defensible conclusions with software designed to help you discover, visualize, and understand complex relationships hidden in massive amounts of data. Long time IACA Sponsor Case Closed Software has teamed up with Visallo, an analyst-driven investigation software platform used to visualize, analyze, and fuse together the data sources you care about most. The solution is designed for agencies who want the power of Palantir Technologies®, without the massive costs and ongoing services drain.

The solution provides access to all of your investigation data in one system, allows you to manage cases in a single collaborative environment, and extracts valuable information from disparate data sources. The software is designed with built-in features such as link analysis, geospatial analysis, advanced path finding, charting, and multi-media search capabilities to query and access all your data in one place. Visit www.caseclosedsoftware.com/crimeanalysis

LexisNexis Accurint Phone Search to Locate Hard-to-Find Persons (Article)

The new LexisNexis Accurint Real-Time Phones Search now provides primary phone contact information 50 percent more accurate than competitive solutions thanks to enhanced data-matching intelligence and more data sources to draw from.

Crime Analyst Graduate Certificate (University of Colorado Denver) (Crime Analysis Certificate Program)

The School of Public Affairs at the University of Colorado Denver offers an online and campus based Crime Analyst Graduate Certificate program.The program can be completed as a standalone graduate certificate, or it can be included as part of the Master of Criminal Justice (MCJ) degree program. The program emphasizes criminal justice and criminology-related subjects, but the analytical skills learned in the program can be transferred to non-criminal justice and criminology fields too. Courses are taught by experienced analysts and tenure track professors. Students gain practical skills and insight while also gaining important theoretical and methodological knowledge. The Crime Analyst Certificate requires the successful completion of 5 graduate level classes: Criminal Justice Research Methods; Criminal Justice Statistics; Qualitative Research Methods; Law Enforcement Analysis; and Intelligence Writing and Briefing.

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.

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. ​

Signal – Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) & Social Media Monitoring (Software)

Signal is an OSINT platform developed to meet the needs of Law Enforcement, Corporate Security & Emergency Services – not your traditional marketing department.

Alongside monitoring traditional social media like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube you can drill down into blogs and forums critical to your operation.

Use in real time as a tactical tool to inform staff at the at the scene or query feeds historically to drive prevention at a strategic level.

SmartForce BulletinWizard (Software)

The First and Only Research-Based Bulletin Maker for Law Enforcement

Templates for Pattern Bulletins, Officer Safety Bulletins, and BOLO’s, Spatial Mapping, and How-To Video Tutorial

Preferred by Crime Analysts, Detectives, Patrol
Takes less time to create
Saves in PDF format
Securely created in the CJIS Compliant Microsoft Cloud


Create the right Bulletins every time in half the time!

GangBuster™ Gang Intelligence Database (Software)

GangBuster™ is a low price / high performance gang intelligence database system designed by former law enforcement officers.

GangBuster™ is a multi-agency gang tracking software database. The solution is developed by the people at www.caseclosedsoftware.com and www.crimetechsolutions.com. GangBuster is a comprehensive gang intelligence database for tracking such data as:

Gang Types
Gang Identifiers
Gang Qualifiers/Qualifications
Gang Activity

GangBuster includes an approval process, a purging process and a regular review of the data so that it is current. The software includes an interface to link analysis software and other systems including crime analytics, criminal intelligence systems, and our Case Closed™ investigative case management software for law enforcement.

Crime Tech Weekly (Website)

Crime Tech Weekly provides an array of news and insights related to crime analysis and investigations. From our weekly "5 craziest crimes' segment to our in-depth look at complex policing and technology strategies, Crime Tech Weekly is a free resource provided by IACA sponsor Crime Tech Solutions, a provider of crime analytics software with geospatial mapping, sophisticated link analysis, investigative case management software, gang intelligence systems, law enforcement mobile applications, and 28 CFR Part 23 criminal intelligence software.
Crime Tech Weekly can be found at www.crimetechsolutions.com/blog

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