CRIME ANALYST I – RTCC

Louisville, KY
Louisville Metro Government

Collects, compiles and analyzes law enforcement data for the preparation of reports, summaries, statistical charts and crime data maps
Conducts research, collects and analyzes data, and prepares reports regarding activities and operations
Coordinates with outside governmental agencies to exchange information regarding crime trends and patterns
Responds to ad-hoc requests from command staff regarding information for meetings and briefings
Conducts research on crime analysis, data analysis and related areas geared towards improving internal operations

Salary

$18.73/hour

Closing

12/29/2021 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Responsibilities:

Conducts statistical and analytical research on assigned projects
Collects and reviews statistical data related to law enforcement from a variety of sources
Creates databases conducive to various forms of statistical analysis
Develops programs to analyze law enforcement data
Prepares various types of documentation based upon observations, interviews and statistical analysis
Makes recommendations based upon the research and analysis of project data
Acts as project leader and assigns work to appropriate personnel
Provides statistical and established benchmarks regarding crime statistics to agency
Manages the collection of criminal intelligence and crime analytical data for entry into information storage and retrieval systems
Uses a variety of software to analyze and present data
Prepares Crime Trends, Officer Safety and Calls for Service Bulletins
Prepares and presents written and oral presentations for police officers on crime series, crime patterns or trends, suspect and victim profiles or other law enforcement intelligence
Develops relevant maps using Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Coordinates with other governmental agencies to exchange information on crime trends and patterns
Conducts link analysis of suspects and victim to identify relationships, link criminal activities or prepare reports
Monitors and determines effectiveness of crime analysis information services provided and provides feedback analysis and program evaluation using available crime data
Evaluates policies and procedures pertaining to crime analysis to ensure they comply with federal, state, and local requirements and standards of accreditation
Researches current literature on research methodology and police issues, makes appropriate recommendations for improvements in crime analysis practices
Performs related work

Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree in Homeland Security, Computer Sciences, Criminal Justice, Data Analytics, Data Engineering, Data Science, Economics, Geographic Information Systems, Intelligence Studies, Law Enforcement, Mathematics, Psychology, Public Administration, Sociology, Statistics, or a related field

Verification of education must be provided before the eligibility list goes into effect.