Southern California Crime and Intelligence 
                Analysts' Association

Bakersfield PD - Crime Analyst

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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