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Crime Analyst, Peoria PD
The purpose of this position is to collect, analyze, interpret, and integrate crime, staffing, and deployment, performance, and related quantitative and qualitative data, and support investigations and related programs. Performs complex statistical and analytical research involving the use of computer applications, random statistical samplings, correlation and regression analysis, and probability studies; develops reports and materials; develops links regarding pattern detection, crime and criminals, terrorist and organized crime, social and demographic factors within communities; maps crime, shows correlations, and analyzes crime specifics; works with other city police departments on crime issues; updates and tracks department gang and intelligence files; presents reports to the department; completes special tasks or projects as required.
Gathers intelligence and conducts research on individuals for the police department. Conducts research on criminal activity, criminals, or suspects under investigation; works with outside departments and agencies; evaluates information; manages and prepares individual Crime Analysis and Crime Intel Request for information; provides assistance as requested; supervises internship program.
Reviews daily crime activity and reports. Assists with investigations by compiling information; analyzes findings; writes reports; prepares graphs, charts, tables, and other illustrative materials; prepares monthly CARE / Compstat report; prepares and presents information.
Maps various crimes and creates reports.
Utilizes various computer programs to help with crime, such as Crimeview and Command Central. Performs complex statistical and analytical research; reviews crime reports; collects ancillary information; identifies patterns and trends; correlates new data with existing information and intelligence; makes recommendations for improvements in crime analysis practices.
Disseminates information to officers and the public on crime. Maintains and secures crime data and files; reviews information for compliance with applicable local, state, and federal regulations; meets with Lieutenants and Sergeants weekly and as needed; supplies information to outside agencies and departments; works with local jurisdictions to determine related criminal activity; prepares weekly reports for Traffic division which includes data driven approaches to crime and traffic safety.
Education: Bachelor's degree in any field or equivalent
Experience: Minimum of three years related experience. Requires a working knowledge of specialized practices, equipment and procedures.
Licenses/Certifications/Special Requirements: Valid AZ Drivers License upon hire.
Experience in a municipal or government setting.
$49,903 - $73,731 Annually