Job Opportunities Title:
Intelligence Analyst Supervisor - Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department
The purpose of this position is to participate in the collection, collation, analysis, dissemination and evaluation of crime data to discover developing trends, patterns and changes in criminal activity through the use of mapping and analytical software.
Bachelor's degree in public policy, public administration or other related fields of study with a concentration in statistics, research methods, intermediate or higher quantitative or qualitative methods from an accredited college or university.
Experience in the use of statistical computer programs and experience working with GIS software, computer databases, relational databases, spreadsheets and Microsoft Office.
Three years of experience conducting research using complex statistical analysis and statistical computer programs.
Must pass a background check.
Strong knowledge of social media platforms.
Strong general knowledge of the theory, principles and concepts of GIS, and relational databases.
Must have knowledge of 28 CFR Part 23 and Indiana Code 5-2-4.
Must be able to identify priority intelligence assessments and determine when and where to distribute assessments.
Must be willing to work irregular and / or long hours if required during ongoing investigative support.
Ability to prepare and present complex statistical reports.
Knowledge of law enforcement computer systems – Records Management System (RMS) and Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD).
The International Association of Crime Analysts (IACA) certification preferred.
Position requires the knowledge of established law, policy and procedure, which controls much of the candidate's administrative actions. An employee in this position is expected to exercise independent judgment when analyzing crime trends and patterns and recommending strategies. By virtue of the position, the employee will be an integral part of many ongoing investigations and plans and this requires a person who possesses and exercises unfailing discretion with the shared confidential knowledge.
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department