Southern California 
Crime and Intelligence 
Analysts' Association

Job Postings

  • 14 Oct 2021 10:40 AM | Kelley Booth (Administrator)

    The position of Intelligence Analyst within the Disneyland Resort must be able to assess and respond to a diverse threat environment, with the ultimate goal of ensuring the safety of Cast Members, Guests, infrastructure and the Disney brand. This requires the Analyst to be flexible to meet the potential 24/7 tactical requirements for threat response. The Analyst must understand the global, domestic and local risk environment and understand threats to the Resort operations. This includes physical attacks, protest activity, gang activity, and criminal activity. The Analyst will provide both strategic and tactical assessments and recommendations for Security and other Business Units to ensure they understand the security risks in their daily work environment that is constantly changing. The Analyst must be prepared to respond to requirement with little or no time, changing customer needs, and fluid priorities. The Analyst must be able to think critically and independently, write objectively and effectively, and be able to brief in a concise and confident manner. The Analyst must also apply requisite discretion when dealing with confidential, sensitive or proprietary information.


    • Track and analyze emerging threats, both domestically and internationally, and contextualize threats specific to company assets and personnel. This may include terrorism, social and political activism, crime, and cultural and societal trends.
    • Provide regular written and oral briefings and presentation for partners, both internal and external and ranging from the hourly Cast Member to Resort Executives and elevating significant information and issues to senior Security Leaders
    • Work with internal and external corporate and government partners for the purpose of information collection, analysis and best practice benchmarking
    • Seek and identify new technology and applications to improve efficiency and effectiveness of the DLR Intel team.
    • Proactively identify threats and risks to the Disneyland Resort or the other segments of The Walt Disney Company
    • Build productive relationships through regular contact with colleagues in Global Intelligence, Global Investigations, Security and Emergency Services, Law Enforcement and Intelligence agencies, and Resort Business Units
    • Participate in industry and government associations and training related to area of responsibility
    • Monitor diverse open sources to identify or verify threats or any security, social, political, economic or cultural factors that may create risk to the Disneyland Resort.
    • Edit and provide productive feedback on written products between initial production and customer distribution
    • Create threat assessments based off of trends and incidents that impact the stability of the Disneyland Resort or the local area
    • Collaborate closely with programs such as Community Watch
    • Support Security Intelligence Manager with implementation of Security Special Services and/or Security & Emergency Services strategies as directed

    Basic Qualifications

    • Minimum of 3 years contemporary intelligence analyst and/or collection experience
    • Developed ability to prioritize daily tasks and operational demands
    • Assertive and proactive in identifying and resolving issues and concerns
    • Effective communicator (exceptional written and verbal skills)
    • Demonstrated ability to effectively summarize complex information and present in a concise and compelling manner
    • Strong attention to detail
    • Ability to analyze large amounts of information from diverse sources to identify trends or patterns and make operational recommendations
    • Builds strong relationships – works with others in collaborative, integrated manner with both internal and external partners
    • Strong computer literacy – familiarity with Microsoft office and aptitude to easily learn other software programs
    • Ability to maintain confidentiality
    • Strong internet and social media literacy
    • Ability to work under short deadlines and in crisis situations
    Willingness to work weekends, holidays and evening and provide some flexibility with schedule when required


  • 12 Oct 2021 12:58 PM | Kelley Booth (Administrator)

    The City of Beverly Hills Police Department is seeking highly motivated and qualified candidates for the position of Crime Analyst.  Crime Analysts perform difficult statistical and analytical research involving the use of computer applications, gather and analyze crime data for crime pattern detection, suspect-crime correlations, target-suspect profiles, and crime forecasting; prepare reports on crime data and trends for police personnel, and brief law enforcement officers on crime analysis issues.

    The ideal candidate will have strong knowledge of the principles, practices and procedures used in crime analysis, and great attention to detail.

    Major Duties
    • Undertake tactical, strategic, and administrative crime analysis.
    • Interact and communicate with police personnel on crime analysis/research issues; and respond to requests for various information and statistical reports.
    • Collect, analyze, and interpret data and statistics using quantitative and qualitative methodology.
    • Use computer databases, electronic spreadsheets, desktop publishing, word processing, and statistical applications to manipulate, analyze, and present data.
    • Communicate clearly and concisely in oral, written and visual forms.
    • Testify in court on work product, findings and methodologies
    • Respond to crime scenes, special operations, parole / probation / 290 sweeps as part of the Criminal Intelligence Unit. 
    • Conduct beat and reporting district reconfiguration studies.
    • Provide information to Police Administration for decision-making purposes; present analysis and statistics in various internal and external forums; and participate and provide information to police personnel.
    • Study current literature on research methodology and law enforcement issues, and make appropriate recommendations for improvements in crime analysis practices.
    • Prepare and update protocol on crime analysis related activities.
    • Assist in the development and implementation of new programs, procedures, methods, and systems.
    • Use geographical information systems to analyze and present information.
    • Provide crime analysis training to police personnel and other agencies and individuals.
    • Performs related duties, as assigned.
    Minimum Qualifications
    • Minimum of 2 years work experience as a Crime / Intelligence Analyst. 
    • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university is required.
    • Completion of California Department of Justice Crime & Intelligence Analysis certification program
    • Experience with: 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; methods of collecting statistical data; effective methods to present statistical information to a variety of users.
    • Experience with CompStat (Computer Statistics) is desirable.


    $85,306.44 - $105,982.56 Annually

    DEADLINE: 10/31/21 11:549PM PST


  • 12 Oct 2021 12:46 PM | Kelley Booth (Administrator)


    The City of Anaheim is seeking a Police Systems Support Analyst to coordinate the maintenance, support and system configuration for the Police Department's public safety and emergency communications systems.

    In addition to managing public safety systems, this position also handles end user support needs, recommends safety systems enhancements and technology innovations and provides functional system support to sworn and civilian management staff. 

    Ideal candidates will possess knowledge and experience working with computer aided dispatch, records management system, mobile law enforcement applications, geographic information system, and field reporting applications.  Law enforcement agency experience highly desirable. 

    Essential Functions

    The following functions are typical for this classification. Incumbents may not perform all of the listed functions and/or may be required to perform additional or different functions from those set forth below to address business needs and changing business practices.

    Oversees and administers end-user support activities for operation-critical public safety automated systems, including CAD, RMS, MDT, and related public safety and emergency communications systems; participates in troubleshooting system configuration issues; coordinate with Information Technology Services and system vendors on upgrades and enhancements to resolve a variety of issues.

    Diagnose and troubleshoot functional system issues on Police Department applications; submits identified issues to Information Technology Services for further troubleshooting and resolution.

    Coordinate multi-system integration, including telecommunications systems with additional applications and platforms; participate in business analysis design specifications for software vendors; test and debug system updates.

    Participate in the implementation, coordination, testing, problem resolution and procedure development associated with public safety automated systems.

    Generate a variety of reports other date to track law enforcement activity and crime trends.

    Participate in the oversight of data management of 911 system; work with IT Services to ensure effective data storage and compliance with records retention criteria; coordinate with IT Services for the recovery and retrieval of data; coordinate with vendor to resolve issues.

    Identify and recommend new technology and lead efforts in implementing innovative solutions to enhance service delivery; assist in developing long-range planning, identifying current and future system and equipment needs.

    Serve as liaison for Police Department management and general staff with citywide Information Services; ensure Police Department information technology system solutions are consistent with citywide standards.

    Initiate and complete special projects as requested by Police Chief or other management staff.

    Facilitate training and provide technical direction and support to users and operators on emergency services automated systems and custom applications; write procedures and documentation for user training.

    Develop, create and implement web-based content, real-time applications, dashboards, and related technology solutions; create navigation tools, forms, and training content; manage the Police Department’s web-based presence.

     Generate customized web maps and dashboards using GIS tools.

    Assist in the development, preparation and evaluation of Requests for Proposals and contracts; compile and recommend technical requirements; assist with the evaluation of proposals, selection of vendor, and vendor agreements.

    Monitor contract compliance and maintenance agreements; oversee performance of contractors and consultants; identify and prioritize application updates.

    Plan, assign, direct and review the work of assigned staff; allocate staff and other resources to various tasks; select, train and evaluate staff performance.

    Represent the Police Department on technology related committees and external agencies, including the Department of Justice.

    Perform related duties and responsibilities as required.


    Experience and Education:  Three (3) years of responsible experience in the analysis and design of public safety and emergency communications systems, including CAD, RMS, and mobile system applications, supplemented by Bachelor’s degree in computer science, business administration, or a related field. 

    Knowledge of:  Public safety information technology and emergency communications systems, including computer aided dispatch, Records Management and Automated Field Reporting systems; trends in public safety automation and communications; law enforcement terminology, codes and practices.

    Ability to: Evaluate data and information using established criteria in order to identify and select alternatives; develop long- and short-range technology plans and specific plans and timelines for implementation; analyze manual systems to determine ways to improve the efficiency and effectiveness; plan and direct complex technical projects from inception to acceptance; oversee, direct, and coordinate the work of lower level staff; advise and interpret how to apply policies, procedures and standards to specific situations; communicate orally and in writing; document, describe, and relay technical information concisely and coherently to both technical and non-technical level users.

    Employees of the Anaheim Police Department must be permanent and fulltime residents of the State of California and live within a one hundred (100) mile radius of the City of Anaheim.


    $82,016.00 - $112,772.00 Annually

    DEADLINE: 10/25/21 5:00PM PST


  • 15 Sep 2021 1:40 PM | Kelley Booth (Administrator)

    POSITION TITLE: Criminal Intelligence Specialist I (CIS I), Watch Center (swing or night shift). New hires start on the night or swing shift and through attrition have the opportunity to move to other shifts.

    STARTING SALARY: $18.30 per hour, plus $539 as a monthly benefit allowance. The benefit allowance may be taken in cash in lieu of benefits. Employee will receive an additional .50 per hour for working the swing or night shift.

    LOCATION: Sacramento, CA

    WSIN is one of six Regional Information Sharing Systems (RISS) centers funded by Congress through the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs. The CIS I will be assigned to the Watch Center and will report directly to the Watch Center Supervisor. Employee serves at the pleasure of the Executive Director of WSIN.

    The CIS in the Watch Center performs a broad range of duties including, but not limited to: collect information from a variety of sources; analyze, evaluate and correlate information pertaining to targeted criminal suspects; input and maintain intelligence information in a database; respond to inquiries from law enforcement agencies; query multiple law enforcement databases; post and monitor critical events in a deconfliction system; receive, organize, analyze, confirm, and disseminate threats made via social media platforms and/or via threat reporting sources; report information in both verbal and written form; articulate clearly and prepare correspondence and memorandums as necessary; may assist in training other criminal intelligence analysts; provides liaison to local, state and federal law enforcement agencies to ensure a continuing flow of information. The WSIN Watch Center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year.

    EMPLOYMENT APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED OR POSTMARKED BY October 13, 2021.  A 6-month candidate pool will be established for subsequent vacancies.

    To apply: click here

    For more info: CIS I Announcement Watch Center September 2021.pdf

  • 12 Aug 2021 1:54 PM | Kelley Booth (Administrator)

    The City of Los Angeles Police Department is now hiring for Crime and Intelligence Analysts!


    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.


    $62,932 to $91,976 and $74,165 to $108,471

    CLOSING DATE: 10/7/2021 11:59 PM Pacific

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