Southern California Crime and Intelligence 
                Analysts' Association

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  • 29 Jan 2024 11:56 AM | Abbigael Steinmetz (Howard) (Administrator)

    Closing Date: 2/9/2024 5:00 PM PST

    Salary

    $23.81 - $37.45 Hourly

    Location 

    Irvine, CA

    Job Type

    Extended Part-Time

    Job Number

    03381

    Description

    This position is Extended Part-Time with a schedule requirement of 32 hours per week. 
    The City of Irvine is seeking a passionate and motivated individual for the Extended Part-time Public Safety Assistant position in the Crime Analysis Unit. The primary duties of this position will include:

    Do you have the desire to make a meaningful impact in a vibrant and diverse community? Join a collaborative workforce committed to serving the City of Irvine.

    • Maintaining data entry, data storage and retrieval of crime data for trend analyses.  
    • Utilizing computer applications and database programs in relation to police records, calls for service, and other law enforcement software.
    • Reviewing crime reports, call logs, and other law enforcement data sources to identify crime patterns and trends in the region.
    • Reviewing crime bulletins from other law enforcement agencies to assist in identifying patterns, trends and subjects of interest.
    • Ability to exercise independent judgment to apply facts and principles for developing approaches and techniques to solve crime problems.
    • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment working with a team as well as independently.
    Find additional information in the Extended Part-time Public Safety Assistant job description. The classification of Public Safety Assistant is used throughout the Irvine Police Department in a number of roles and divisions. The essential duties and responsibilities listed in the job description are dependent upon the assigned division and may or may not apply to the specific position listed in the title of this job bulletin.  

    Minimum Training and Experience Required to Perform Essential Job Functions

    • Associate's degree in criminal justice, law enforcement or related field with at least one year experience in law enforcement activities, community service, or any combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge, skills and abilities. 
    • Requires a valid California drivers' license.
    • Depending on assignment, may be required to obtain certification in first aid and CPR. 


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  • 29 Jan 2024 11:17 AM | Abbigael Steinmetz (Howard) (Administrator)

    Closing Date: 2/6/2024 11:59 PM PST

    Salary

    $67,438.59 - $92,369.54 Annually

    Location 

    Throughout Riverside County

    Job Type

    Regular

    Job Number

    24-77459-01

    ABOUT THE POSITION

    The Riverside County Sheriff's Office has an opportunity for multiple Crime Analysts throughout Riverside County. The incumbents will be responsible for assisting law enforcement staff in the analysis of suspected or documented criminal activity, collecting, compiling, preparing, and evaluating statistical data, and performing other work as required. Candidates that possess experience in crime and intelligence analysis are highly desired. Competitive candidates will also possess a Crime and Intelligence Analysis certificate and/or a degree in crime analysis, criminal justice, statistics, business administration, public administration, or other closely related field.

    The incumbents will be required to travel throughout Riverside County. Additionally, the incumbents may be required to work nights, weekends, holidays, and be available to work overtime as needed.

    EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES

    • Researches and analyzes and criminal intelligence information collected by Sheriff's Department personnel.
    • Integrates information from many sources using various illustrative methods including charts, diagrams, and maps; prepares a variety of reports, graphs, charts, and maps related to criminal activities and organized criminal groups.
    • Researches crime reports and related evidence through analysis procedures to disclose patterns, trends, or evidence of criminal activity; prepares Visual Investigative Analysis (VIA) charts for crimes including, but not limited to, homicides, robberies, and arson investigations.
    • Completes link analysis charts to illustrate the relationship of events and persons suspected of organized criminal activity and other conspiracies.
    • Develops charts resulting from telephone toll analysis showing contacts between persons suspected of bookmaking, drug trafficking and other illegal activities.
    • Determines the type of analysis to be utilized based on the information received; consults with departmental personnel to obtain additional information as needed.
    • Presents analytical findings to departmental personnel; may testify in court.
    • Participates in meetings with departmental personnel and other law enforcement agencies to exchange and develop intelligence information.
    • May visit crime scenes.
    • Collects, compiles, and prepares data for a variety of statistical reports and publications; prepares correspondence as needed.
    • MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
    Option I

    Experience: One year of experience performing criminal intelligence analysis work in a governmental law enforcement agency.

    Option II

    Education: Completion of 18 semester of 24 quarter units in Criminal Justice coursework and 3 semester of 4 quarter units in statistics from a recognized college.

    AND

    Experience: One year of computer experience which included working with software packages such as word processing, statistical packages, or graphics programs.

    Knowledge of: Principles, practices, and techniques of criminal intelligence analysis; types of crimes and modus operandi used; sources of intelligence information; techniques of evaluating information obtained from a variety of sources; the methods of collecting statistical data; effective methods to present statistical information to a variety of users.


    Ability to: Evaluate and organize a variety of intelligence information; recognize patterns or trends of criminal activity; interpret the significance of various types of criminal analysis; prepare clear, concise, illustrative, and written reports; present conclusions to others in a clear and understandable manner; make independent judgements and function with a minimum of supervision; use discretion in distributing and disclosing sensitive information; establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.


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  • 23 Jan 2024 11:42 AM | Kelley Booth (Administrator)

    Closing Date: 2/9/2024 5:30 PM Pacific

    Salary

    $76,810.56 - $95,154.60 Annually

    Location 

    Downey, CA

    Job Type

    Regular, Full-Time

    Job Number

    23-053

    Department

    Police

    Opening Date

    01/18/2024

    ABOUT THE POSITION

    Under general supervision, to perform a variety of complex research and analytical duties; prepare and disseminate data and information related to actual and anticipated criminal activity; administer, verify, and validate computer system and databases; and perform other related work as required.

    EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

    The following examples are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by persons assigned to this classification.

    • Research, analyze, and collect data from a variety of sources to identity and evaluate crime series, patterns and trends. 
    • Interpret and provide statistical information for department staff members.
    • Communicate and collaborate with Investigative and Patrol staff to discuss, review, and evaluate crime patterns, trends, and possible intervention strategy for findings.
    • Develop and prepare crime summaries, statistical reports, spreadsheets, charts, maps, diagrams, graphs and related materials in order to track and present findings related to criminal activity, patterns and trends.  
    • Collect, review, and analyze a variety of internal and external reports in order to determine if offenders can be identified, extra deployment is needed and if preventative measures are necessary.
    • Prepare predictive summary based on reported statistics, crimes, activity and analysis of typical behavior patterns.
    • Troubleshoot and utilize department use of platforms and supporting platforms related to public crime mapping and in-house analytical software. 
    • Prepare and present staff reports. 
    • Testify in court on work product, findings, and methodologies.
    • Review and respond to information requests, both internally and externally.
    • Review and respond to the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on local, state, and national crime trends and statistics.
    • Serve as department liaison to local crime intelligence groups and organizations, as directed.  
    • Perform other related duties as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    Any combination of education and/or experience that has provided the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for acceptable job performance as determined by the city. Example combination includes, but is not limited to  

    Age: Must be 18 years of age or older.
     
    Education: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree, or completion of an accreditation program, with major course work in computer science, research methodology, statistics, criminal justice, or a closely related field, or equivalent training.

    Experience: Two (2) years of experience in statistical data collection and analysis, computerized databases, records management systems, and computer aided dispatch in a law enforcement environment.
     
     Knowledge of: Principles, methods, and techniques used to research, organize and present law enforcement, crime, and offender data; principles, practices and methods of administrative, and statistical analysis; business computer user applications particularly related to statistical analysis and data management; statistical and comparative analysis techniques, and formulae; law enforcement functions and processes; methods and techniques of lead direction, training, and motivation; modern office administrative practices and procedures; automated law enforcement information systems and procedures; applicable Federal, State, and local laws, codes, and regulations; standard office procedures, practices, and equipment; modern office equipment, including a computer and applicable software; methods, and techniques for record keeping and report preparation and writing; proper English, spelling, and grammar; and occupational hazards and standard safety practices.

     Ability to: Lead, oversee, and perform complex crime analysis work; collect, compile and analyze information, and data; evaluate alternatives and reach sound conclusions; prepare accurate statistical and narrative reports of study findings and make effective presentations; use crime analysis computer software and programs; retrieve data from electronic data systems; research, compile, and organize data for presentations; prepare charts, graphs, and maps; understand and follow instructions; perform a variety of work with speed and accuracy; interpret, explain, and apply applicable laws, codes, and regulations; read, interpret, and record data accurately; organize, prioritize, and follow up on work assignments; create, organize, and maintain records; work independently and as part of a team; make sound decisions within established guidelines; follow written and oral directions; observe safety principles and work in a safe manner; communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; receive the public in person or over the phone; and establish and maintain effective working relationships

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  • 11 Jan 2024 9:01 AM | Kelley Booth (Administrator)

    Closing Date: 01/28/2024

    Salary

    $62,940.80 - $98,945.60 Annually

    Location 

    Irvine, CA

    Job Type

    Full-Time

    Job Number

    03359

    Department

    Public Safety

    Division

    Administration

    Opening Date

    01/04/2024

    Closing Date

    1/28/2024 5:00 PM Pacific

    Description

    The City of Irvine seeks a passionate and motivated individual to join the Irvine Police Department’s Real Time Crime Center (RTCC) as a Program Specialist (RTCC Specialist). This is an exciting opportunity for someone with exceptional communication, analytical, and critical thinking skills.  The RTCC Program Specialist will be responsible for identifying crime trends, patterns, and potential subjects of interest based on regional crime information. The RTCC Specialist will work in the RTCC inside our dispatch center in order to utilize camera feeds, license plate readers, and other analytical software to provide situational awareness through our computer aided dispatch platforms to police personnel and detectives in the field.  
     
    Your Impact

    • Review crime reports and police calls for service to identify crime pattern and trends.
    • Maintain data storage and retrieval of crime information. 
    • Utilize computer applications and database programs in relation to police records, calls for service, and other law enforcement software.
    • Assist with the development of agency tactics, strategies and planning in response to real time data and crime trends.
    • Assist in maintaining liaison with other law enforcement agencies and analysts to sustain knowledge of regional crime trends and patterns.  
    • Monitor police calls for service and video sources in real time while providing pertinent information to ensure officer and public safety.
    • Assist in staying up to date with current best practices and procedures for crime analysis and RTCC’s in California
    • Attend department events such as National Night Out, Open House, Coffee with a Cop, and other similar opportunities to interact with the community members.  
    • Additional information can be found in the Analytical Program Specialist job description.

    Best Fit
    • Bachelor's degree in criminal justice or related field with some experience in crime analysis or law enforcement dispatch center. 
    • Crime and Intelligence Analysis certificate issued by an accredited university or recognized organization such as California Crime and Intelligence Analysis Association (CCIAA) or International Association of Crime Analysts (IACA); some consideration will be given for candidates who plan to complete the certificate within six months or candidates who have any combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge, skills, and abilities.
    • One to two years working in crime analysis or law enforcement dispatch experience.
    • Ability to utilize a wide variety of reference and descriptive data and information such as logs, bulletins, reports, maps, graphical presentations, staff reports, penal, vehicle and municipal codes, budgets, and policies and procedures manuals. 
    • Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing, with Public Safety personnel, other agency personnel, budget officer, supervisor, command staff, city partners, and citizens.
    • Maintain strong communication and marketing skills while delivering exceptional service to our culturally diverse community.
    • Ability to prepare maps from spatial data by using Geographic information Systems software with the concurrent ability to conduct spatial analysis for patterns in criminal behavior, cellphone data.  Provides recommendations for actionable tasks related to the spatial analysis.  
    • Ability to exercise independent judgment to apply facts and principles for developing approaches and techniques to problem resolution.
    • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment working with a team as well as independently. 

    Minimum Requirements

    • Bachelor's degree in public administration or related field with some experience in municipal management, or any combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge, skills, and abilities. 
    • May require a valid California driver's license. 

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  • 11 Jan 2024 8:54 AM | Kelley Booth (Administrator)

    Closing Date: 01/28/2024

    Salary

    $72,238.40 - $113,609.60 Annually

    Location 

    Irvine, CA

    Job Type

    Full-Time

    Job Number

    03358

    Department

    Public Safety

    Division

    Administration

    Opening Date

    01/04/2024

    Closing Date

    1/28/2024 5:00 PM Pacific

    Description

    The City of Irvine seeks a passionate and motivated individual to join the Irvine Police Department’s Real Time Crime Center (RTCC) as a Crime Analyst. This is an exciting opportunity for someone with exceptional communication, analytical, and critical thinking skills. 

    The RTCC Crime Analyst will be responsible for compiling and reviewing data regarding criminal activity; systematically analyzing data to identify and formulate conclusions about crime trends; assisting in the development of strategies and methods for the prevention and suppression of criminal activities; and preparing and disseminating statistics and reports to facilitate departmental planning.  The RTCC Crime Analyst will work in the RTCC inside our dispatch center in order to utilize camera feeds, license plate readers, and other analytical software to provide situational awareness through our computer aided dispatch platforms to police personnel and detectives in the field.  

    In addition to working in the RTCC, the RTCC Crime Analyst will demonstrate their experience in the Crime Analysis field and will take the lead in training the RTCC Program Specialists to identify crime trends, patterns, and potential subjects of interest based on regional crime information.

    This RTCC Crime Analyst position will have technical and functional expertise in crime analysis methods and related technology and be able to function with a high degree of creativity, initiative, and independence.  The selected candidate will demonstrate their experience performing systematic analysis including research, statistical analysis, pattern detection, correlation, and forecasting. The selected candidate will be able to explain patterns and develop recommendations for a wide range of audiences including police managers and leaders, patrol operations, investigations, neighborhood associations, school district leaders, probation departments as well as state and federal agencies. The selected candidate will have excellent interpersonal, presentation, and collaboration skills.

    Your Impact

    • Develop and maintain manual and automated systems for storage and retrieval of crime information; manages the data maintained for ease of access and clear portrayal of trends.  
    • Prepare a variety of reports, including statistical reports, and local, state and federal mandated reports.  
    • Perform first line supervisory functions including ensuring staff follow department procedures, monitor team workload, and manage responses to requests for RTCC staff.
    • Initiate and disseminate crime analysis reports and bulletins for patrol and investigations.
    • Collaborate effectively with all levels of public safety staff and other stakeholders to assess Crime Analysis and RTCC needs and priorities. 
    • Develop agency tactics, strategies and planning in response to real time data and crime trends.
    • Troubleshoot technical issues and ensures operational effectiveness of technology utilized in the RTCC and the Crime Analysis Unit.
    • Develop and maintain liaison with other law enforcement agencies and analysts to sustain knowledge of regional crime trends and patterns.  
    • Stay up to date with current best practices and procedures for crime analysis, RTCC’s across the nation, NIBRS reporting, RIPA reporting, hate crime reporting, and other law enforcement uses.        
    • Identify current procedures in public policy, public administration and criminal justice, including the elements of crimes, and effective techniques and information sources for research, analysis and statistical analysis.
    • Attend department events such as National Night Out, Open House, Coffee with a Cop, and other similar opportunities to interact with the community members.  
    • Additional information can be found in the Crime Analyst job description. 
    Best Fit
    • Bachelor's degree in criminal justice or related field with some experience in crime analysis or law enforcement dispatch center. 
    • Crime and Intelligence Analysis certificate issued by an accredited university or recognized organization such as California Crime and Intelligence Analysis Association (CCIAA) or International Association of Crime Analysts (IACA) 
    • Two to five years working in crime analysis or law enforcement dispatch experience with progressive responsibility in a public or government agency conducting analysis of data from a variety of sources such as Computer Aided Dispatch, Records Management and Automated Field Reporting systems.
    • Ability to perform mid-level to high-level data analysis including the ability to audit, deduce, assess, conclude and appraise in order to provide findings, tactical recommendations and actionable tasks related to the data.
    • Ability to utilize a wide variety of reference and descriptive data and information such as logs, bulletins, reports, maps, graphical presentations, staff reports, penal, vehicle and municipal codes, budgets, and policies and procedures manuals. 
    • Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing, with Public Safety personnel, other agency personnel, budget officer, supervisor, command staff, city partners, and citizens.
    • Ability to prepare maps from spatial data by using Geographic information Systems software with the concurrent ability to conduct spatial analysis for patterns in criminal behavior, cellphone data.  Provides recommendations for actionable tasks related to the spatial analysis.  
    • Ability to exercise independent judgment to apply facts and principles for developing approaches and techniques to problem resolution.
    • Ability to perform mathematical calculations involving basic algebra, geometry, calculus, and inferential statistics. 
    • Maintain strong communication and marketing skills while delivering exceptional service to our culturally diverse community.
    • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment working with a team as well as independently.
    • Find additional information in the Crime Analyst job description. 
    Minimum Qualifications 
    • Bachelor's degree in criminology, business or public administration or a related field, and two (2) years of experience in a public agency including research, writing, statistical analysis with experience in a police department preferred, or any combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge, skills and abilities.
    • Possession of and ability to maintain crime analysis certification. 
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  • 21 Dec 2023 3:58 PM | Kelley Booth (Administrator)

    Closing Date: Continuous

    Salary

    $24.24 - $29.06 Hourly

    Location 

    Redondo Beach Police Department, CA

    Job Type

    Part-Time

    Department

    Police Department

    Opening Date

    12/21/2023

    Closing Date

    Continuous

    FLSA

    Non-Exempt

    Bargaining Unit

    Part-Time/Seasonal

    DEFINITION

    The City of Redondo Beach is looking for a part-time Administrative Coordinator to join the Crime Analysis Unit in our Police Department!

    Under the direction of the Department Director or designee, performs a variety of administrative support duties including complex clerical tasks of a specialized nature that require thorough knowledge of department procedures; performs work under general instructions, but within established policies and procedures to achieve results in support of the City' s mission, goals, policies, and objectives; and performs other related duties as required.

    This is an at-will part-time position which is not eligible for City benefits. This post is continuous and may close without notice. Prompt application is encouraged. Only those applicants in which the department is interested will receive further follow-up after application submission.  

    EXAMPLES OF DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES AND EXPECTATIONS

    This position is accountable as a team member to perform operational and support duties and services including but not limited to: 

    • Prioritizes work and performs multiple tasks simultaneously with numerous interruptions;
    • Receives incoming customer telephone calls, determines their nature and urgency, coordinates an appropriate response or refers them to other persons in the Department and the City
    • Works with customers at a service desk
    • Proofreads and accurately inputs numerical and text data into databases
    • Performs tasks and assignments with accuracy, neatness and attention to detail.
    • Responds to inquiries and requests for information
    • Scans and profiles documents into the document imaging system
    • Reviews, routes and distributes documents to appropriate destinations
    • Operates computers, photocopiers, printers, scanners, telephones, FAX machines, cameras and other office equipment and performs minor maintenance and repair
    • Performs a variety of general clerical duties including distributing departmental mail and correspondence
    • Compiles and analyzes statistical data
    • Maintains logs
    • Recommends and implements policies and procedures and opportunities for improvement in the area of assignment
    • Provides sound decision-making skills and critical thinking to provide professional recommendations, decisions and completed staff work
    • Performs duties in accordance with City policies and procedures
    • Delivers outstanding internal and external customer service
    • Communicates effectively orally and in writing with the public and fellow employees
    • Solves problems and supports the City's mission, policies, goals, and objectives
    • Exercises initiative, courtesy and independent judgment
    • Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with members of the Department and City staff, other agencies and the public
    • Works cooperatively with personnel, co-workers and the management team
    • Takes initiative to achieve positive, timely results for the organization with diplomatic skills and ethical conduct
    • Conducts duties, responsibilities, tasks and assignments with a constructive, cooperative, positive, and professional attitude and demeanor
    • Works irregular hours including days, evenings, nights and overtime including weekends and holidays; must be available for call-back and automatic return to work with a reasonable response time during off-duty hours for major emergencies, disasters, critical incidents and as otherwise required
    • Supports the City's mission, goals, policies and objectives
    • Supports the City's corporate values of: openness and honesty; integrity and ethics; accountability; outstanding customer service; teamwork; excellence; and fiscal responsibility
    • Performs other related duties as assigned
    The following duties, responsibilities, and expectations are assignment-specific, and may include but not be limited to those listed above in addition to those noted below:

    When assigned to the Police Department:
    • Conducts research and strategic and tactical crime analysis to identify crime patterns and trends, analyzes tactical crime data, criminal intelligence data; develops victim and suspect profiles (e.g. physical or vehicle description profiles); forecasts future criminal activity.
    • Conducts crime trend/pattern analysis activities using qualitative, temporal, and geographic measures and statistical methods. Prepares detailed crime analysis bulletins.
    • Working closely with investigators on crime trends, including making recommendations regarding the allocation of resources, developing investigative leads, and case clearances.
    • Performs other related duties as required. 

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  • 12 Dec 2023 9:32 AM | Kelley Booth (Administrator)

    Closing Date: Open Until Filled

    POSITION TITLE: SENIOR INTELLIGENCE ANALYST

    SALARY: $6,840.00 - $9,471.00 Monthly

    $82,080.00 - $113,652.00 Yearly

    WORK LOCATION: Norwalk, with occasional travel to Stanley Mosk Courthouse (Downtown Los Angeles)

    ABOUT THE POSITION

    Reporting to the Public Safety Director or designee, with the Office of Public Safety, the Senior Intelligence Analyst is responsible for developing a subject matter expertise on assigned public safety and security topics by for researching, collecting, analyzing, and disseminating data related to threat assessment and management. Intelligence Analysts perform complex research assignments by collecting, organizing, and analyzing data for tactical and strategic threat assessment and management investigations. Incumbents collect data, establish facts, draw accurate conclusions, prepare concise and accurate reports, and provide proficient and authoritative intelligence analysis to support senior level decision-makers and other public safety customers in achieving their objectives of protection of the judiciary.

    For a detailed job description, please click here. Please note the requirements in the job description may vary from the requirements in this bulletin. Applicants must meet the requirements stated in this bulletin.

    MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

    To qualify, you must meet the following minimum requirements at the time of filing:

    Education:

    A Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, Public Administration, National Security Studies, Social/Behavioral Science, or a related field.

    - AND -

    Experience:

    Three (3) years of related experience conducting intelligence analysis in a federal agency, including:

    The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), National Operations Center (NOC), or Department of Justice (DOJ) - OR-

    A state or local law enforcement intelligence unit - OR -

    The United States military, with experience in counterterrorism and intelligence, including international terrorism, domestic terrorism, transportation security, weapons of mass destruction, cyber threats, agro-terrorism, public health, anti-terrorism or force protection, crucial infrastructure protection, policy development, and acting as a public safety liaison.

    Note: Credit for experience is given based on a 40-hour workweek. Part-time experience is credited on a part-time ratio, i.e., working 20 hours per week for two months equals one month of experience. No additional credit is given for overtime.

    Job Bulletin - LASC Senior Intelligence Analyst.pdf

    LASC Class Specification_Senior Intelligence Analyst.pdf

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  • 3 Nov 2023 3:03 PM | Kelley Booth (Administrator)

    Redondo Beach PD Cold Case Unit is looking for a part-time volunteer (retired) analyst to work with the 2 investigators in solving cold cases. The ideal addition to the team would be able to work independently, under general direction; be familiar with LE systems such as ViCAP, Cal Photo, Coplink, and other databases; have investigative experience in homicide, assault and missing persons cases. The cold case unit is comprised of two retired RBPD investigators who understand the value of having an analyst on the team.
    For more information, contact Captain John Skipper (Ret) at john.skipper@redondo.org

  • 4 Oct 2023 1:05 PM | Abbigael Steinmetz (Howard) (Administrator)

    Closing Date: Continuous

    OPENING DATE: Wednesday, October 4, 2023 CLOSING DATE: Continuous and may close at any time; therefore, the schedule for the remainder of the process will depend upon when we receive a sufficient number of qualified applicants to meet business needs.

    Examples Of Duties

    Duties may include but are not limited to the following:

    • Collects, compiles, computes, analyzes, and summarizes crimes, persons, and demographic and related data from a wide variety of sources including but not limited to crime, census, economic, and demographic reports;
    • Identifies crime patterns from analysis of data and makes oral and written presentations to police personnel to assist in the effective allocation and deployment of law enforcement resources in the control of crime activities;  
    • Prepares reports to assist in criminal investigations and/or to make intelligence assessments;
    • Prepares graphic displays including charts, maps, calendars, and related materials to effectively present statistical data; attends meetings and briefings; presents analytical findings;
    • Acts as liaison with law enforcement, government agencies, and community groups to obtain and/or provide crime-related data;
    • Conducts research and analysis related to suspects, incidents, locations, trends, and series; 
    • May testify in court and travel to crime scenes; 
    • Learns to use (Analyst I) or uses (Analyst II) quantitative and qualitative methodology such as link analysis, event flow analysis, and activity charting to analyze data;
    • (Analyst II) May develop crime/suspect and suspect/crime correlations and target profile analysis;
    • Performs other related duties as required.
    Typical Qualifications

    These are entrance requirements to the examination process and assure neither continuance in the process nor placement on an eligible list.

    EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE:

    To qualify for this classification, an individual must possess any combination of education, training, and experience that would likely produce the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. Examples of qualifying education, training, and experience are:

    Crime Analyst I:

    • Possession of a California Department of Justice Crime and Intelligence Analysis Certification or its equivalent, OR
    • Completion of eighteen (18) semester units or twenty-eight (28) quarter units in Criminal Justice, Sociology, Psychology, Geographic Information Sciences, Information Systems, Statistics, or Research Methodology or a closely related field AND six (6) months' experience performing research and statistical analysis for a law enforcement agency, OR
    • One (1) year experience performing research and statistical analysis for a law enforcement agency.

    Crime Analyst II:

    • Possession of a California Department of Justice Crime and Intelligence Analysis Certification or its equivalent AND one (1) year experience performing research and statistical analysis for a law enforcement agency, OR
    • Completion of eighteen (18) semester units or twenty-eight (28) quarter units in Criminal Justice, Sociology, Psychology, Geographic Information Sciences, Information Systems, Statistics, or Research Methodology or a closely related field AND one (1) year experience performing research and statistical analysis for a law enforcement agency, OR
    • Two (2) years' experience performing research and statistical analysis for a law enforcement agency, OR
    • One (1) year experience as a Crime Analyst I with the Ventura County Sheriff's Office.  

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