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Ad Title: Agency Management Lead Analyst/ICAC Task Force, Virginia State Police
Location: Fairfax, VA
Post Date: 02/16/18
State: VA
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The Virginia Department of State Police is seeking qualified applicants for an Agency Management Lead Analyst position in the Bureau of Criminal Investigation, High Tech Crimes Division, Northern Virginia/ District of Columbia Internet Crimes Against Children ( NOVA /DC ICAC ) Task Force, located in Fairfax, Virginia. This is an Exempt position; therefore, this position is excluded from the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act due to the nature of duties and job responsibilities.


• Views and assesses all incoming cyber tips received for the NOVA / ICAC task force. Compiles and completes comprehensive reports to effectively distribute received cyber tips. Works cooperatively with all affiliate agencies in the NOVA / ICAC in order to provide them with the needed support for cyber tips assigned to their agency.
• Collects, compiles and collates statistical data from task force affiliate agencies for analysis and submission to OJJDP . Analyzes performance regarding grant goals and objectives to ensure completion in accordance with grant timelines. Works cooperatively with task force affiliate agencies to ensure compliance with grant objectives and performance measurements. Uses spreadsheets/accountability software to track and properly account for taskforce inventory. Processes and monitors equipment and supplies procurement and requisition requests. Keeps records and files for documentation purposes for audit and periodic reviews. Maintains Cyber tip VPN and Case Tracker Log of those cases within task force that require regular reporting in compliance with grant requirements and law.
• Maintains and/or updates documentation of all material Department related to BCI and VSP policy and procedure, to include State Police Manual, BCI Manual, Laws of Arrest, Search and Seizure and Criminal Procedures Manual. Complies with Department rules and regulations that govern Department databases, which will be utilized to support task force initiatives.
• Supports and assists Task Force coordinator in organization and function of task force office including Cyber Tip Case Management. Attends task force regional meetings/other applicable meetings and keep records of meeting minutes. Keeps affiliate agencies aware of training/equipment opportunities via e-mails; and monitors training course schedules/applications.

Special Requirements
Applicants who possess an Interagency Placement Screening Form (Yellow Form) or a Preferential Hiring Form (Blue Form) as issued under Policy 1.30 Layoff (Commonwealth of Virginia Employees Only), must attach these forms with their state application.

Applications will only be accepted on-line through the Recruitment Management System at and must be received by 11:59 P.M. on February 22, 2018. Resumes and cover letters will not be accepted. The Commonwealth of Virginia State Application is the official employment document, which is electronically signed by the applicant as a true and accurate representation of the applicant’s education, experience and training. Incomplete applications will not be accepted. For questions, please contact the Employment Unit of the Personnel Division at

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Ad Title: Crime Analyst Supervisor
Location: Fayetteville (NC) Police Department
Post Date: 02/12/18
State: NC
Phone (W): 910-433-1635
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This supervisory professional position is responsible for the technical work in administering and directing the operation of the Crime Information Unit of the Fayetteville Police Department. Work includes responsibility for planning, directing, organizing and implementing crime data collection, classification, analysis, correlation and reporting functions of the Crime Information Center.

This employee works under the general direction of a higher-level administrator; however, day to day operations require the exercise of independent judgment and initiative. Work is reviewed through analysis of reports, conferences, and by the observation of results obtained.


Plans, assigns, and directs the work of subordinate employees engaged in reviewing, abstracting, classifying, coding, assembling, organizing, analyzing, correlating and reporting crime data.

Oversees and participates in the collection, research, analysis and distribution of data and information related to criminal activities in the community.

Coordinates with criminal justice information systems as they relate to crime analysis at agency, city, county, state and federal planning levels.

Reviews, evaluates and reports on status appropriate statistical methods for preparing data for analysis and in reporting results. Acts as technical advisor to subordinate crime analysts and other units who provide data or use section reports.

Coordinates agency data information programs with all appropriate levels.

Prepares preliminary budget estimates for the section, along with reviewing contracts and developing budget proposals for the unit.

Analyzes and recommends modifications to the computer programs and applications used by the unit.

Develops and implements policy for crime analysis issues in accordance with department general orders and accreditation standards.

Complies and prepares reports as required.

Recommends the hire, transfer, advancement, discipline, grievance, resolution and discharge of unit staff.

Conducts performance evaluations.


Prepares information packets for law enforcement and civilian entities on current crimes trends; discusses crimes trends with civic groups and individuals. Performs related work as required.

Performs other duties as assigned.

Per General Statute – "A conviction of a crime or unlawful act defined as a Class B misdemeanor renders an applicant or certified DCIN user ineligible to become certified as a DCIN user when such conviction is within 10 years of the application date of request for DCIN certification. A conviction of a felony or two or more Class B misdemeanors regardless of the date of conviction renders an applicant or certified DCIN user permanently ineligible to hold such certification.


This position is subject to random alcohol and controlled substances testing.
This position is subject to pre-employment polygraph testing.
Must be a U. S. Citizen.

Computer and other standard office equipment.

Essential and marginal functions may require maintaining physical condition necessary for sitting for prolonged periods of time.

Maintain effective audio-visual discrimination and perception needed for:

making observations
reading and writing
communicating with others including hearing and speaking clearly
operating assigned equipment
distinguishing differences between colors.
Maintain mental capacity which allows the capability of:
communicating orally
complex data analysis
demonstrating intellectual capabilities.
Effectively handle a work environment and conditions which involve:
high levels of public contact
working closely with others
exposure to computer screens.
Maintain physical condition appropriate to the performance of assigned duties and responsibilities which may include the following:
sitting for extended periods of time
operating assigned equipment.

Standard office or indoor environment which includes exposure to computer screens and working closely with others.
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Ad Title: Crime and Intelligence Analyst - San Jose Police Department
Location: San Jose, CA.
Post Date: 01/30/18
Contact: Rose Lara
City: San Jose
State: CA
Zip: 95112
Phone (W): 408-537-9682
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About the Department

The mission of the San Jose Police Department is to create safe places to live, work and learn through community partnerships.

Positions & Duties

The San Jose Police Department's Crime Analysis Unit is accepting applications for the position of Crime & Intelligence Analyst (CIA). The CIA is an essential Police Department position that is responsible for crime and intelligence analysis. 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.

The purpose of the CIA position is to collect, analyze, interpret, and integrate crime, staffing and deployment, performance, related quantitative and qualitative data, support investigations and related programs. The CIA 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 a communities; analyzing crime spatially and temporally; works with outside agencies to address crime issues; updates and tracks department gang and intelligence files; provides actionable reports to patrol and investigations for the identification, suppression and apprehension of criminals.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Establish and maintain information by devising systems to use information, complying with guidelines, analyzing information and entering information into the computer, designing, creating, maintaining and updating databases, routing information to relevant personnel, preparing and maintaining files, reference materials, researching websites and social media, sharing information with other analysts, preparing flow and link analysis charts and maps, analyzing and preparing reports, and conducting financial investigative research and identifying assets.

Provide training to section personnel by preparing class materials, and interviewing and instructing personnel.

Provide information to personnel and other departments by gathering facts on a variety of subjects including wanted individuals, safety issues or other necessary information and attending meetings.

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Ad Title: Criminal Research Specialist, Metro DC Police
Location: Washington, DC
Post Date: 02/16/18
State: DC
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Job Summary:

The focus of this position is to research, correlate, and disseminate timely and accurate information from multiple sources in direct support of law enforcement operations. The Command Information Center (CIC) is a multifaceted, highly-technical operations facility capable of intelligence gathering, coordination of field activities, and the multi-jurisdictional management of any type of emergency or critical incident at any given moment on a 24/7 basis. Major duties include:

Proactively monitors the Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system and other available situational awareness tools in preparation for collecting, synthesizing, and disseminating critical information in direct support of real-time events.
Collects and memorializes information related to violent crimes, unusual incidents, bomb threats, suspicious packages or persons, gun recoveries, and other incidents or events for the purposes of compiling a daily report.
Utilizes a variety of internal and external law enforcement databases and software programs to assist officers, detectives, and senior leadership with analysis of criminal activity.
Disseminates raw intelligence information or make critical notifications to multiple levels of agency personnel and various audiences.
Coordinates, monitors, and integrates valid law enforcement information while ensuring timely, comprehensive, and accurate response to requests.
Collaborates with other analysts and law enforcement personnel.
Handles a myriad of calls from the public to include both anonymous tips and common requests or concerns.
Draws rational conclusions and provides recommendations to law enforcement personnel based on research, analysis, and interpretation of information.
Makes recommendations in various law enforcement and operational areas.
Creates, maintains, and updates spreadsheets, databases, files, and networks, ensuring their security, confidentiality and integrity.
Prepares reports and other documents for law enforcement personnel.
Preserves confidentiality of sensitive materials.
Performs other related duties as assigned.

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Ad Title: Cyber Intelligence Analyst
Location: Carson City, Nevada
Post Date: 01/16/18
Contact: Kara Sullivan
City: Carson City
State: NV
Zip: 89701
Phone (W): (775)684-0126
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This is a newly created position assigned to the Department of Public Safety, Office of Cyber Defense Coordination (OCDC). Under the direction of the Cyber Defense Administrator, this position serves as the Cyber Intelligence Analyst and cyber intelligence point of contact to the Nevada Threat Analysis Center, which is the State Fusion Center. The position will manage intelligence programs related to cyber security. Some of the duties include gathering, analyzing, and disseminating cyber intelligence. The position will manage identified intelligence requirements and interact with executives at the federal, state and local level, as well as interactions with private sector executives to communicate sensitive cyber intelligence information. The position will also conduct outreach with the users of cyber intelligence to assess the effectiveness of the information and services being provided; and develop strategies, plans and recommendations for policy changes. Additional duties include providing intelligence briefings to high level officials and developing and disseminating educational and sensitive cyber crimes information. **THE SELECTED CANDIDATE MUST BE ABLE TO OBTAIN AND MAINTAIN A FEDERAL SECURITY CLEARANCE AS A CONDITION OF CONTINUING EMPLOYMENT.**

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Ad Title: Dynamic Prosecutor’s Office Seeks Criminal Analyst
Location: Pima County Attorney's Office, Tucson, AZ
Post Date: 01/12/18
City: Tucson
State: AZ
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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?

Do you possess strong critical thinking skills and a desire to make our community a safer place? Do you possess sharp attention to detail and persistence? Do you have the skills and expertise to conduct statistical research and collect, collate, distill, interpret, and analyze data and information? Do you have good communication and writing skills?

From a neighborhood park that has been a drug-dealing hot spot for 20 years, to a convenience store that has a high number of robberies, to ongoing issues with crime and disorder at budget motels, a crime analyst can provide input and recommend strategies and direction for intelligence-led prosecution and informed decision-making.

The Pima County Attorney’s Office is seeking to hire a criminal intelligence analyst. 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.

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Ad Title: Intelligence Analyst
Location: Washington, DC
Post Date: 01/02/18
Phone (W): 2024813027
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Job Summary

This position is located in the District of Columbia Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency (DCHSEMA), Fusion Center (Washington Regional Threat Analysis Center (WRTAC). The mission of DCHSEMA 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. DCHSEMA 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.

Incumbent will, under supervision, provide 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. The work requires the application of analytic proficiency and sound judgment to all conclusions and recommendations.

The incumbent will perform and provide intelligence analysis, information dissemination, and liaison with other stakeholders. The incumbent will work alongside other analysts to plan, coordinate, and conduct strategic and tactical analysis of information and intelligence, as well as assist in determining and defining essential elements of information required and the most effective method for collection efforts.

Incumbent will:

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

Plan, coordinate and conduct the collection and analysis of strategic and tactical intelligence. Develop analytical tools and methodologies to fill present gaps and address future gaps. Plan and establish short and long-range collection requirements. Assess difficulties encountered and recommend changes in direction and approach for collecting data.

Maintain awareness of key customer/stakeholder information needs through both direct contact and research. Maintain continuous liaison with diverse homeland security organizations, states, regional operational watch centers, and national intelligence community organizations. Identify and prioritize intelligence gaps and communicate them to customers/stakeholders. Cultivate and maintain a current and thorough understanding of assigned subject matter, to include awareness of other agency activities related to assigned subject matter portfolio. Maintain an in-depth understanding of foreign and domestic terrorist threats facing the District of Columbia.

Review reported tips and leads for threat information and situational awareness, including determining location, activity and reporting trends. Collect and validate intelligence, assessing the credibility of information and reliability of sources. With guidance from the Bureau Chief, produce information for customer release relating to public safety education and prevention of criminal activity.

Explore anomalies, new developments, and trends that threaten security. Review and analyze new data with information already in intelligence databases and disseminate intelligence as appropriate. Disseminate and use intelligence material in compliance with classification restrictions, law, and procedures and policies.

Assist in planning and establishing short and long range collection requirements, and initiate new administrative procedures in fusion intelligence collection. Assess unforeseen developments, new phenomena, and difficulties encountered, and recommend changes in direction and administrative procedures in fusion intelligence collection. Assess unforeseen developments, new phenomena, and difficulties encountered, and recommend changes in direction and approach.

Conceptualize, develop, and coordinate value-added synthesis and analysis products to address key customer/stakeholder information needs in a manner suitable for the subject matter and audience. Apply analytic expertise and sound judgment to all conclusions and recommendations.

Participate in the development and refinement of product lines and schedules for assigned subject matter portfolios, ensuring relevance and value for respective customers/stakeholders. Ensure that content and style of intelligence products adheres to the quality standards set forth by the intelligence community, meets customer and stakeholder needs, and corresponds to intelligence requirements.

Provide analysis of incoming raw information to Emergency Operations Center personnel and stakeholders. Sort, collate, and process incoming data. Generate tactical reports to include value-added situation reports. Disseminate, research, and respond to requests for information (RFIs).

Assist 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. Help to plan, coordinate, and conduct the collection and analysis of strategic and tactical intelligence.

Evaluate and interpret information and form judgments. Participate in interagency committees and meetings as representatives of the organization within their assigned area.

Follow standard work procedures. Seek assistance and advice for problems and approval for major changes in approach. Exercise judgment in adapting basic intelligence techniques to particular situations and in evaluating the validity and pertinence of data and reports.

Perform other job-related duties as assigned.

This position is a part of the Collective Bargaining Unit (CBU) FAH/HSEMA.


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 progressive 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 Department of Homeland Security. Incumbent is subject to work call-back to support critical or emergency situations.

The incumbent will fulfill all training and activation requirements as part of the Incident Management Support Team (IMST) within the Emergency Operations Center (EOC). Demonstrate competence in the EOC role and complete position specific training towards certification in designated role.

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

Work Experience
Minimum of three years of experience working as an intelligence analyst or in a relevant analysis function, preferably with the US intelligence, fusion center, and/or law enforcement communities is required for applicants with a Bachelor’s degree.

Work Environment
The work is performed in an office environment, conference room, and similar settings. Common sense safety precautions are observed. There may be intermittent exposure to varied weather conditions when traveling to and from the work site.
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Ad Title: Intelligence Analyst
Location: Champaign, IL
Post Date: 02/09/18
City: Champaign
State: IL
Zip: 61820
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The City of Champaign seeks qualified candidates for a career opportunity as an Intelligence Analyst in the Police Department.

Responsibilities of Position
This position receives, gathers and analyzes information of a confidential nature to prepare comprehensive analytical reports. This position will use criminal intelligence analytical techniques and geographic information systems (GIS) to draw conclusions regarding patterns of crime and criminal offenders and to provide recommendations for investigative strategies. This position will assist law enforcement internally and other local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies.

The City’s mission is to provide responsive, caring, cost-effective service in partnership with our community. The following values guide our work: Personal Integrity, Responsibility, Respect, Teamwork, Results. The City of Champaign is committed to promoting a work environment and a community that values and supports diversity and inclusion.
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Ad Title: Intelligence Analyst - Management Analyst 1
Location: Carson City, NV
Post Date: 12/28/17
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The Position:

Management Analysts conduct a variety of studies, research and analysis of management and administrative areas such as budgeting and financial analysis; departmental operations; legislative analysis; management research; and statistical and informational analysis.

Incumbents possess a degree of knowledge and proficiency sufficient to perform work independently with little or no additional training.

This position supports the Nevada Department of Public Safety, Investigation Division - Nevada Threat Analysis Center (NTAC) as an Intelligence Analyst. Duties include, but are not limited to: collecting, analyzing, and disseminating data (suspicious activity reports, actionable criminal intelligence and threat information, etc.) to and from federal, state, local, tribal and private sector partners as appropriate; developing, writing, and disseminating actionable intelligence products; identifying potential patterns and trends associated with criminal intelligence information; identifying intelligence gaps; creating and contributing to various regional, statewide, and local threat assessments; utilizing law enforcement databases for processing data and conducting criminal intelligence research; maintaining awareness of the national, state and local threat environment, and ensuring that command staff is aware of actual or potential threats or vulnerabilities; responding to requests for information from federal, state, local, tribal and private sector partners; promoting and supporting efforts to counter criminal threats, especially terrorism; developing and maintaining collaborative relationships with federal, state, local, tribal and private sector partners; and applying privacy, civil rights and civil liberty protections to the collection, analysis, and dissemination of intelligence information. ***THE SELECTED CANDIDATE MUST BE ABLE TO OBTAIN AND MAINTAIN A FEDERAL SECURITY CLEARANCE AS A CONDITION OF CONTINUING EMPLOYMENT. ***THIS POSITION IS SUBJECT TO CALLBACKS, WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAY WORK. *** THIS RECRUITMENT MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME BASED ON THE AMOUNT OF APPLICATIONS RECEIVED. QUALIFIED APPLICANTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

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Ad Title: Intelligence Analyst, Assessments and Monitoring Unit (AMU)
Location: Dunn Loring, Virginia
Post Date: 12/19/17
Contact: Susan Brooks
City: Arlington
State: VA
Zip: 22209
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The Assessments & Monitoring Unit (AMU) Intelligence Analyst (IA) is responsible for conducting in-depth terrorism / counterterrorism analyses of participant nations (PN) to evaluate and provide the guidance with the view to assist in the development of appropriate training and assistance programs for identified countries. The incumbent: conducts in-depth research of a target country; assists in the preparation and development of country-specific mission concepts for each visit; assists in the preparation of comprehensive and detailed written program analyses and evaluations, as required; and consults and liaises with the national Intelligence Community (IC) to ensure that ATA and AMU operate with the greatest level practical of situational and operational awareness.


Develops and consults with professional network of terrorism specialists in the Intelligence Community to identify and document US vital interests in Partner Nations (PN), the nature and degree of terrorist threat to those interests, and the PN’s specific AT / CT vulnerabilities;
Assists Program Managers in matching ATA program objectives with national-level policy guidance;
Attends and participates in working-level interagency coordination/strategy meetings;
In concert with CT, performs Opportunity Analyses to determine the likelihood of success in potential program actions in response to CT-provided strategic goals;
Reviews daily intelligence reporting and open source material on international terrorism developments; maintains current information on strategic international terrorism issues, and prominent groups and incidents;
Based on intelligence community discussions and independent research and analysis, completes threat assessments as requested on designated countries that describe the terrorist threat to the PN; this will consist of assigning specific threat assessment rankings to various selected areas of vulnerability in each country, using a multi-level numerical matrix developed by the Assessments and Monitoring Unit; these threat assessments will be subject to continuing review and change as conditions warrant;
Provides to ATA program teams pre-deployment situation and threat briefings; prepares and presents threat-based informational briefings to ATA management, other USG agencies and PN governments.
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Ad Title: Inventory for FinTRAC Analyst
Location: Various locations, Canada
Post Date: 11/16/17
City: Ottawa
State: ON
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Ad Title: Police Crime and Intelligence Analyst I/II
Location: Modesto, CA
Post Date: 12/18/17
City: Modesto
State: CA
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The Crime and Intelligence Analyst I/II is responsible to collect, analyze and evaluate crime related data from a variety of sources; to provide timely information and recommendations to law enforcement operational and administrative personnel regarding patterns, series and crime trends; to provide information and assist with the coordination of investigations between jurisdictions; and to provide investigative support and assistance to officers, detectives and other specialized units by searching databases and reports and preparing a variety of publications, correspondence, charts and graphs to aid in the investigation of criminal activities.


Police Crime and Intelligence Analyst I - This is the entry level class in the Police Crime and Intelligence Analyst series. Positions in this class typically have little or no directly related work experience. The Police Crime and Intelligence Analyst I is distinguished from the II level by the performance of less than the full range of duties assigned to the II level. Incumbents work under general supervision while learning job tasks, progressing to direction as procedures and processes of assigned area of responsibility are learned. In addition, the II level requires possession of certification.

Police Crime and Intelligence Analyst II - This is the journey level class in the Police Crime and Intelligence Analyst series and is distinguished from the I level by the assignment of the full range of duties. Employees and this level receive only occasional instruction or assistance as new, unusual or unique situations arise and are fully aware of the operating procedures and policies within the work unit. Positions in this class are flexibly staffed and are normally filled by advancement from the I level once expertise and certification are obtained.

Essential and other important responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:

Essential Functions:

Research and extract data from a variety of sources, including but not limited to, crime reports, field interview cards, and law enforcement databases; identify patterns, trends and series of crimes and identify possible suspects.

Research, prepare, edit and disseminate intelligence products such as trends, officer safety bulletins, incident bulletins, reports and presentations.

Assist in writing, editing and reviewing grant proposals to obtain additional funding for unit operations.

Provide list and details of calls for service in support of crime prevention efforts.

Organize and display data and information in the form of diagrams, graphs and charts of major crime organizations; create timelines, link analysis charts and subject profile packets to aid in crime prevention and investigations.

Assist in updating the Department's general orders relating to unit activities.

Prepare and present educational materials to the community and/or other law enforcement agencies.

Respond to citizen and media requests; maintain public contacts to gather information and promote goodwill.

Assist in preparing, presenting and coordinating Department training programs.

Assist with electronic surveillance which involves the reading of calls, highlighting of events, assisting with determining involvement with associations, identifying users, requesting subscriber information, and providing surveillance team with requested information.

Conduct telephone toll analysis by entering information into Penlink system, obtaining subscriber information, reviewing reports for time and date of crime, analyzing phone calls, disseminating intelligence and making recommendations to officers/investigators based on intelligence and analysis derived from tolls.

Enter and manipulate data using a computer.

Write, edit and review grant proposals to obtain additional funding for unit operations.

Coordinate activities with members of outside law enforcement agencies.

Testify in court as required.

Provide statistical analysis of productivity and other related subjects.

Perform high level association analyses involving interstate and international organizations.

Work with Federal organized crime task forces on long-term investigations and major crime trafficking organizations.

Establish and maintain positive working relationships with co-workers, other City employees and the public using principles of good customer service.

Marginal Functions:

Perform related duties as assigned.
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Ad Title: Professor, School of Public Safety
Location: King Campus
Post Date: 11/27/17
Contact: Preeti Shalini Sarin
City: Markham
State: ON
Zip: L3R 5Y1
Phone (W): 416-491-5050
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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. Through participation in the design, revision, delivery, and evaluation of learning outcomes, the Professor will be responsible for developing a weekly schedule based on appropriate learning materials, evaluating student performance and providing academic counseling to students. In these respects, the Professor must be able to work effectively both independently and as a team member. The Professor will be required to become familiar with the vocational objective and career paths of his/her students and, where appropriate, incorporate this knowledge into class materials and assignments. It is also expected that the Professor will be receptive to new teaching methods and be willing to participate in the adaptation of subjects, or parts of subjects, to electronic delivery within and outside the classroom. The Professor will participate in the work of curriculum, program advisory and/or other committees as required. The Professor may also be called upon to contribute to other areas of activity ancillary to the academic programs of the School.

• Within the School of Public Safety, the Professor will be required to teach a variety of courses, which include Criminology, Crime Intelligence Analysis, and Police Foundations.
• Develops an effective learning environment including the design, delivery, revision, and updating of courses.
• Consults with program and course leaders and other faculty members, advisory committees, accrediting agencies, potential employers and students.
• Defines, evaluates and validates course objectives and specifies or approves learning approaches and necessary resources.
• Selects or approves textbooks and learning materials.
• Carries out regularly scheduled instruction ensuring student awareness of course objectives, approach and evaluation techniques.
• Evaluates student progress and achievement and assumes responsibility for the assessment of students’ work within assigned courses.
• Participates in the work of curriculum and other consultative committees as requested.
• Occasionally may be called upon to contribute to other areas ancillary to the role of Professor, such as student recruitment and selection, timetabling, and facility design, professional development and control of supplies and equipment.
• May be required to teach at other campuses as needed.

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Ad Title: Richardson Police Department Crime Analyst
Location: Richardson, Texas
Post Date: 12/21/17
Contact: Blake Wolbrueck
City: Richardson
State: TX
Zip: 75081
Phone (W): 9727444828
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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.

Must have knowledge of: academically accepted research and statistical analysis methodologies; GIS mapping processes and techniques. Must be computer literate with knowledge including relevant spreadsheet, graphic, mapping and network applications; word processing, the Internet and other computer software. Must be able to demonstrate how research methods, statistical analysis, and GIS mapping interrelate to produce relevant products. Must have skill in: gathering, recording, and organizing data; identifying and using potential sources of data; determining appropriate visual presentations of statistics or factual data; developing effective data collection procedure; establishing and maintaining effective working relationships; maintaining accurate detailed records. Must have abilities to: apply relevant computer software to provide useful information; communicate effectively orally and in writing
and preparing comprehensive reports; operate modern office equipment including, but not limited to desktop computer, fax machine, calculator, and copier; and understand detailed information through oral communication.
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Ad Title: Senior Intelligence Analyst - Management Analyst 3
Location: Carson City, Nevada
Post Date: 12/28/17
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The Position:

Management Analysts conduct a variety of studies, research and analysis of management and administrative areas such as budgeting and financial analysis; departmental operations; legislative analysis; management research; and statistical and informational analysis.

Incumbents function as first-line supervisors who train, supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned staff; assign and review work; and initiate disciplinary action.

This position supports the Nevada Department of Public Safety, Investigation Division, Nevada Threat Analysis Center (NTAC) as a Senior Intelligence Analyst. Duties include, but are not limited to: managing the NTAC Intelligence Analysis Section; supervising a diverse team of Intelligence Analysts; responsible for management of complex intelligence programs, analysis, and production; managing various database and software applications; managing the NTAC Tips/Leads/Suspicious Activity Reports (SAR) process; development and maintenance of policies, procedures, and production standards; employee performance appraisals and training; provide fiscal and budget input; strategic planning and leadership; promoting and supporting NTAC efforts to counter terrorism/criminal threats; establishing and maintaining effective relationships with the federal, state, local, tribal government and private sector partners; facilitating and
participating in NTAC information sharing and outreach meetings, to include intelligence briefings; and applying privacy, civil rights and civil liberty protections to the collection, analysis, and dissemination of criminal information. Must be able to apply for and successfully obtain and maintain a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secret level security clearance as a requirement for the job. ***THE SELECTED CANDIDATE MUST BE ABLE TO OBTAIN AND MAINTAIN A FEDERAL SECURITY CLEARANCE AS A CONDITION OF CONTINUING EMPLOYMENT. ***THIS POSITION IS SUBJECT TO CALLBACKS, WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAY WORK. ***THIS RECRUITMENT MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME BASED ON THE AMOUNT OF APPLICATIONS RECEIVED. QUALIFIED APPLICANTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

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Ad Title: Supervising Analyst at North Country Crime Analysis Center
Location: Malone, NY
Post Date: 02/13/18
Contact: Kelly Ditzel
City: Rochester
State: NY
Zip: 14623
Phone (W): 5854754345
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The Supervising Analyst is responsible for overseeing the operation in the North Country County Crime Analysis 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.
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