Southern California Crime and Intelligence 
                Analysts' Association

Job Postings
  • 16 Nov 2023 1:45 PM | Jennifer Allen (Administrator)

    Closing Date: 11/26/23 by 5:00 PM Pacific Time


    $106,171.82 - $131,905.20 Annually

    Opening Date


    Closing Date

    11/26/2023 5:00 PM Pacific

    What We're Looking For

    The City of Beverly Hills Police Department is seeking highly motivated and qualified candidates for the position of Supervising Crime and Intelligence Analyst. The ideal candidate will be proficient in performing professional crime and intelligence related studies and be capable of managing the daily operations of the crime and intelligence unit. He or She will take a proactive approach to managing the day to day tasks of the unit, mentor and guide staff, and add efficiency to the team. The incumbent should have experience in producing, preparing, and presenting various types of reports to assist officers and administrative staff in planning the deployment of resources for the prevention, intervention, and suppression of criminal activities. The ideal candidate is intel driven and must have strong knowledge of the principles, practices and procedures used in crime analysis and have great attention to detail. Moreover he or she will be resourceful, adaptable, creative, and communicate effectively.

    Major Duties

    EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES - Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: 

    1. Recommend and assist in the implementation of goals and objectives; contribute to the development and implementation of crime analysis principles, methods, and functions; implement policies and procedures.
    2. Plan, prioritize, assign, supervise, and review the work of staff involved in crime and intelligence analysis, studies, and related work.  
    3. Evaluate operations and activities of assigned responsibilities; recommend improvements, modifications, and corrective actions.  Maintain records and prepare various reports on operations and activities.
    4. Participate in the selection of staff; provide or coordinate staff training; work with employees to correct deficiencies; implement discipline procedures.
    5. Develop training plans and train police personnel and other agencies and individuals on the use of various technology products to assist in the prevention, intervention, and suppression of criminal activities and coordinate regional Crime Analyst training.
    6. Assist in collecting, analyzing, evaluating, and correlating criminal intelligence information.  Supervise and participate in the conduct of crime trend analysis, forecasts, data analysis, and investigative case analysis and coordinate the dissemination of criminal intelligence information.
    7. Assist with or complete the more complex portions of analytical work, as well as complex projects for the Office of the Chief.
    8. Supervise, participate, and assist with the preparation and presentation of a variety of written materials such as predictive and descriptive reports, summaries, intelligence briefings, and presentations for dissemination of information, to assist in criminal investigations, make intelligence estimates, or for training purposes. 
    9. Provide information to police leadership for decision-making purposes and to assist in effective deployment and strategies of patrol personnel.  Present analysis and statistics in various internal and external forums.
    10. Present crime information to Department members, community members, City management, and/or City Council.
    11. Develop and maintain liaison with other law enforcement and public agencies, department staff, outside consultants, and vendors.  Act as liaison to local, state, and federal law enforcement partners.
    12. Promote information sharing within the Department and outside law enforcement agencies.  Assist in coordinating communication with patrol officers, criminal investigators, and other members of the law enforcement community.
    13. Coordinate and provide analytical support in the development and analysis of department and community survey efforts in support of community relations and engagement strategies. 
    14. Share information, reports, resources, and knowledge to support community relation efforts, community policing and problem-solving efforts, police patrol functions, apprehension of suspects, criminal investigations, and criminal prosecution efforts.
    15. Develop and maintain crime analysis-related information on the City’s website. 
    16. Participate in the development, maintenance, and modification of computer programs and systems to assist crime analysis efforts.  Test, review, evaluate, and recommend software solutions to improve efficiency.
    17. Attend and participate in professional group meetings; maintain awareness of new trends and developments in the field of crime analysis; incorporate new developments as appropriate into programs.
    18. Testify in court on work product, findings, and methodologies.
    19. Assist new or existing staff in learning departmental practices and protocols, methods, and procedures.
    20. Build and maintain positive working relationships with co-workers, other City employees and the public using principles of good customer service.
    21. Foster an environment that embraces diversity, integrity, trust, and respect.
    22. Be an integral team player, which involves flexibility, cooperation, and communication.
    23. Perform related duties as assigned.
    Minimum Qualifications

    Experience and Training
     Any combination of experience and training that would provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying.   A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be:
     At least five years of progressively responsible experience in professional level crime analysis, including two years of lead or supervisory experience.
     Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in Criminal Justice, Behavioral Science, Statistics, Criminology, Quantitative Analysis, or a related field.
    License and Certificate
    Possession of a valid California driver’s license.
    Possession of a Crime and Intelligence Analysis certificate

  • 14 Nov 2023 3:05 PM | Kelley Booth (Administrator)

    Closing Date: 11/16/23 by 1:00 PM Pacific Time


    $29.02 - $35.35 / Hour

    $5,029.27 - $6,128.03 / Month




    11/16/23 by 1:00 PM Pacific Time


    Under general supervision, is responsible for performing statistical research and analysis work in support of police operations; applies crime analysis work in the framework of the Police Department's community policing philosophy; and performs other work as required.


    The following typical tasks and responsibilities are representative of this class. They are descriptive, not limiting.

    Essential Duties:
    • Performs a wide array of duties which include the input, retrieval, collection, compiling, analyzing and summarizing of crime, offender, demographic and related data from a variety of sources and databases including crime reports, records management systems, computer aided dispatch files, county, state and federal criminal information systems, demographic reports and data from other agencies;
    • Identifies crime patterns from data analysis;
    • Produces summary and detail reports of criminal activity and distributes these reports to sworn personnel;
    • Regularly monitors crime activity rates and reduction as related to prevention efforts and programs;
    • Prepares statistical reports and data to assist in the allocation of police resources and personnel;
    • Conducts research and analysis studies of suspects, incidents and locations;
    • Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of departmental policies and procedures as well as criminal law and the justice system;
    • Networks with other agencies in the collection and dissemination of information;
    • Provides courtroom testimony on areas of expertise;
    • Conducts statistical research and studies for management reports concerning staffing, deployment, response times and calls for service;
    • Uses a variety of computer hardware and software applications in the analysis and production of reports, maps, graphic displays and charts;
    • Utilizes computer mapping technology to analyze and report data;
    • Establishes and maintains effective working relationships;
    • Performs other work as required.


    Applications will be accepted only from those applicants who CLEARLY demonstrate on the COMPLETED APPLICATION AND SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE that they possess the minimum qualifications which include:

    Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree in criminal justice, statistics, public or business administration, behavior or computer science or a closely related field, AND

    One (1) year of work experience performing research and statistical analysis or crime analysis, preferably with a law enforcement agency, OR;

    An equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the capabilities to perform the described job duties, AND;

    Possession of a valid California Class "C" driver's license, AND;

    Must be able to pass a police background check.

    Bulletin - Crime Analyst (O) _02016.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

  • 27 Oct 2023 3:35 PM | Kelley Booth (Administrator)

    Position will open on Nov. 17, 2023 and close on Nov. 30, 2023.


    $65,437.00 - $112,856.00 Annually



    Job Type


    Job Number

    2236 O 2021/09/24 C


    Police Civilian


    A Crime and Intelligence Analyst performs responsible crime related studies and compiles maps crime trends and patterns; disseminates information related to criminal activity; assists patrol, investigative, and administrative staff in planning the deployment of resources for the prevention, intervention, and suppression of criminal activities; supports all Los Angeles Police Department and neighboring law enforcement Crime Trend Details; may serve as a professional mentor; and performs related work.

    1. Two years of full-time paid professional experience in a class at the level of Management Assistant performing duties in researching, compiling, and analyzing crime trends and patterns in a law enforcement agency; or
    2. Graduation from  an accredited four-year college or university and completion of a Certificate Program in Crime and Intelligence Analysis from an accredited college or university.

    Applications and Crime and Intelligence Analyst Training and Experience Questionnaires WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED ON-LINE. When you are viewing the on-line job bulletin of your choice, simply scroll to the top of the page and select the "Apply" icon. On-line job bulletins are also available at for Open Competitive Examinations.

    Applicants are urged to apply early to ensure you have time to resolve any technical issues you may encounter.


    City applications and Crime and Intelligence Analyst Supplemental Training and Experience Questionnaires (T&E) WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED ON-LINE during the dates listed below: 

    FROM 8:00 AM FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2023 TO 11:59 PM THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2023

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  • 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.


    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.  


  • 29 Aug 2023 2:47 PM | Kelley Booth (Administrator)

    Closing Date: Continuous


    $78,715.52 - $95,679.58 Annually


    Colton, CA

    Job Type


    Job Number



    Police Department

    Opening Date


    Closing Date


    The City of Colton is searching for a highly motivated, reliable, and skilled individual to join the Colton Police Department for the newly created position of Crime Analyst! This position will play a vital role in successfully providing analytical assistance to the department relating to crime trends and "hot spots".  The position will be open until filled so apply ASAP.

    Under general supervision, is assigned to perform analytical support, research and data collection in support of community policing and crime prevention; perform crime analysis of data collected; directs the collection and analysis of crime data, provides technical support for the operation of various computer systems, including software programs specific to the police department; and perform other related duties as assigned.
    The Crime Analyst is a journey level, non-sworn position class responsible for crime prevention, maintaining up-to-date statistics related to crime trends, “hot spots” for the overall effort to improve processes in preventing and reducing crime, and assisting with investigations. 


    May occasionally exercise indirect supervision over lower level staff.

    Essential Functions

    EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties. 

    • Research, gather, and analyze complex data from police arrests, crime reports and statistics to identify crime trends/patterns and “hot spots”.
    • Direct the collection and analysis of crime data. 
    • Design and format department databases for maintaining and tracking statistical information to identify crime patterns. Extract and present information as requested. Recommend systems or software to improve department processes to police management. 
    • Research, create and approve all confidential law enforcement bulletins, such as “WANTED” flyers, Missing Persons, and crime watch alerts.
    • Prepare reports, charts, maps, posters and other visual presentations in support of management staff. 
    • Communicate with outside law enforcement agencies and collaborate with other crime analysts on mutual cases. Develop and maintain positive liaison with other criminal justice personnel and others in the course of work.
    • Collect, analyze and report on data from new and cold cases. 
    • Develop crime prevention concepts based on statistic data. Assist in the development of tactics, strategies and planning in response to crime trends. 
    • Maintain confidentiality of all sensitive information, data and items of evidence. 
    • May be required to testify in court, and/or court appearances.
    • Maintain prompt and regular attendance.
    • Perform non-emergency law enforcement duties as assigned.

    A typical way to obtain this knowledge and abilities would be:
    Education:          A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university in criminal justice, police sciences or a related field is required.                         


    Experience:        Two (2) years of progressively responsible experience performing research, statistical, or crime analysis in a law enforcement agency.
    • Possession of a valid California Class "C" driver license issued by the California State Department of Motor Vehicles and good driving record.
    • Possession of a Crime and Intelligence Analysis certificate (CCIA) from the California Department of Justice within 18 months of appointment.  
    The ideal candidate will possess extensive experience in Microsoft Office Applications including Social Media.  in addition to experience with audio-visual equipment used in presentations the ideal candidate will also possess strong written and oral communication skills, and innovative ideas.

    Additional Information

    Knowledge of:
    Principles and practices of public law enforcement, including applicable federal, state, local laws, regulations, and ordinances. Principles of data collection, record keeping, analysis and research techniques and methods. Principles of mathematics and statistics. Reporting and writing for presentations and informational purposes. Criminal justice system functions and processes, including GIS mapping. Proper use of crime related terminology and crime prevention concepts. Modern office practices, methods and equipment. Proper use of the English language, spelling, vocabulary, grammar and punctuation. 

    Ability to:
    Independently analyze complex data, situations and research materials; formulate options and develop appropriate response. Effectively examine information presented. Read, understand and interpret crime data, patterns and trends. Prepare and interpret tables, charts, graphs and reports. Present clear and concise oral or written statistical reports for various groups and individuals. Maintain security and confidentiality of all privileged information and items of evidence. Analyze and plan for future software/hardware needs or requirements. Establish and maintain effective work relationships with internal and external staff. 

    Skill To:
    Operate a motor vehicle on City streets. Operate computer and applicable software.

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