Gather and analyze crime data for crime pattern detection, suspect-crime correlation, target-suspect profiles, and crime forecasting. Prepare related reports and presentations, use analysis to increase the apprehension of suspects and the clearances of cases, plan the deployment of resources for prevention and suppression of criminal activities, and provide information to all divisions.
$54,588.62 – $81,009.51 Annually
9/24/2018 5:00 PM Mountain
*Perform difficult statistical and analytical research involving the use of computer applications, random statistical sampling, correlation and regression analysis, and proper studies
*Responsible for gathering and analyzing crime data for crime pattern detection, suspect-crime correlation, target-suspect profiles, and crime forecasting
*Prepare reports and computerized mapping on crime data and trends for police personnel
*Interpret information, collect and categorize raw data that describes frequency by crime type, geographic factors, temporal factors, victim and target descriptors, suspect descriptors, suspect vehicle descriptors, modus operandi factors, and physical evidence information.
*Accurately enter data into computer; interpret information and computer output to provide timely feedback to line officers, investigators, community resource officers, and staff.
*Review crime information broadcasts for local applications from the Department of Communications and messages through the Colorado and National Crime Information Center; regularly review crime information with other agencies.
*Prepare District and Motor Vehicle Bulletins (Hot Sheets) using information from I-Leads.
*Extract and analyze data on response times, calls for service, and officer activity to assist with department budgeting
*Provide analytical reports to all Divisions as needed or requested
*Prepare statistical reports for the Patrol Traffic Unit and Detective Property Unit using information from the I-Leads system.
*Assist in developing computer software for the analytical function
*Make presentations to police personnel, members of the community, and outside agencies
*Aid in manpower allocation(scheduling) by collecting extensive data on workload
*Prepares Robbery Bulletins for CARI; Neighborhood Watch Packets, Maps and Sex Offender Mailing Labels.
*Prepares reports for Public, Law Enforcement or Social Services Calls for Service and Stats for the Patrol Division.
*Rapid presentations at Level 1 Meetings.
*Under minimal supervision, the overall job objective is to perform crime, investigative, intelligence, and operations analysis; to prepare related reports and presentations, use analysis to increase the apprehension of suspects and the clearances of cases, to plan the deployment of resources for prevention and suppression of criminal activities, to provide information, and to perform related duties as required
*Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice, Psychology or a related field is preferred
*Minimum of three years experience in law enforcement with knowledge of statistical and research processes and procedures
*Certification as a Crime Analyst highly desirable