Crime Analyst I

Sanford, FL
Seminole County Sheriff's Office

The Seminole County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting pre-screen questionnaires for the position of CRIME ANALYST I assigned to the Crime Analysis Unit of the Domestic Security Division. This position is responsible for providing analytical, intelligence, and investigative support to the Sheriff’s Office by identifying crime patterns/trends and identifying intelligence on individuals responsible for criminal activity and wanted individuals. This position will be cross trained in other specialties and provides opportunities to advance within the unit.

$33,134.40 – $43,659.20 Annually

5/13/2021 11:59 PM Eastern


• Warrant responsibilities including administrative functions (paperwork and answering phone calls), entry/removal of warrants, responding to teletype communications, and locating wanted individuals
• Compile and analyze criminal activity to identify crime patterns, series and/or trends occurring countywide. Provide recommendations for surveillance or directed patrol to reduce criminal activity
• Proactively identify leads and suspects responsible for criminal activity, and leads related to wanted subjects to provide to investigators
• Prepare criminal backgrounds and assimilate information from multiple sources into a comprehensive package for all types of investigations
• Monitor active calls for service to provide real time intelligence to responding deputies, identify offender or vehicle information, and connect the event to current crime patterns or trends
• Conduct open source inquiries, including, but not limited to, social networking sites
• Use mapping technology to aid in the identification of high activity areas related to criminal activity, homeland security, or other investigative support
• Prepare statistical reports to analyze the presence of crime series and/or trends and provide Law Enforcement information to make administrative and tactical decisions



• Applicant must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, Social Sciences, or closely related field, or an equivalent combination of education, training, and analytical experience. A Master’s Degree in a related field and previous experience or training in crime analysis, mapping, statistics, and criminal profiling are desirable
• One year of experience working for a Law Enforcement agency preferred
• Active full access certification in FCIC/NCIC or ability to obtain certification within six months of employment
• Applicant must have a Florida Driver’s License in good standing
• Prefer applicants with experience using all Microsoft Products (Excel, Access, Word, and PowerPoint), ArcGIS or other mapping software, OSINT, and social media platforms
• Successful applicants will also be required to complete a test to demonstrate their skill level in analytical techniques