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Law Enforcement Criminal Intelligence Analyst I (#G27A)
$23.60-$35.39 hourly / $4,090.00-$6,135.00 monthly / $49,080.00-$73,620.00 annual




BASIC PURPOSE

Positions within this job family are assigned responsibilities involving the use of critical thinking and ability to analyze information, provide judgments and make recommendations to support decision-makers mitigating imminent or long-term threats to the public. This position provides analytic support to criminal investigations, homeland security and intelligence operations through the collection, collation, evaluation, reporting and courtroom testimony to analytic functions and findings in criminal cases. The position coordinates large-scale, multi-jurisdictional research and analysis projects through collaboration with law enforcement, government and private entities culminating in written strategic products accurately identifying trends, threats, and proposed mitigation strategies.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS

The functions performed in this job family will vary by level, unit and organization, but may include the following:

  • Analyze cell phone call detail records, cell site locations, hard drives, and other digital media and GPS-enabled devices for use in forensic examinations, extraction reports, criminal investigations, and intelligence activities, and appear as a witness in court proceedings, when necessary.
  • Assist in the research and development of new investigative and analytical programs designed to aid investigative and intelligence activities.
  • Assess information received or produced and propose information security levels to protect the privacy of individuals and to ensure sensitive information is only disseminated to those with a right and need to know the information contained within the product.
  • Brief the agency’s chief executive officer, staff and state leaders on threats and potential response strategies.
  • Collect and analyze data to develop intelligence related to criminal threats and trends; communicate findings and recommendations through memos, detailed reports, and briefings.
  • Conduct background investigation related activities and research, document analytical actions and findings.
  • Conduct work assignments with tact and discretion; exercise professional judgement when interpreting and applying rules for policies related to work products.
  • Disseminate intelligence products for use by both law enforcement and private sector communities in accordance with policy, state and federal statutes and the code of federal regulations.
  • Inform law enforcement and public safety officials on current trends and emerging threats.
  • Interpret investigative information, extrapolate data, make decisions concerning relevance and value to criminal investigations and provide relevant findings to investigators and/or prosecuting authorities in written reports, visual aids, charts, electronic media, and courtroom testimony.
  • Lead and coordinate with law enforcement officials and/or local, state, federal, and tribal law enforcement agencies in multi-agency/multi-jurisdictional information sharing initiatives to address criminal activity.
  • Liaise with persons and entities within an assigned sector or area of responsibility to provide a collaborative environment for the exchange of intelligence information between the sector community or area of responsibility and law enforcement.
  • Monitor the threat environment and provide analytic support to law enforcement agencies during crisis situations.
  • Prepare reports and other products in support of criminal investigations and intelligence activities.
  • Receive, process, and return requests for information from law enforcement agencies at the local, state, and national level, in accordance with all applicable policies, laws and regulations.
  • Receive, evaluate, analyze, and disseminate urgent information that poses an immediate threat to life.
  • Respond to major crimes to provide “on-scene” analytic support to include database searches, association charting, lead management, organizational planning, and support.
  • Review, evaluate, and make decisions regarding the value of both tactical and strategic intelligence reports received from federal, state, tribal and local law enforcement agencies and assess their impact on the threat environment.
  • Support criminal investigations and intelligence activities by utilizing databases, networks, computer programs, all hazards, major events, natural and man-made, by leveraging resources to facilitate operations, identifying victims and suspects, to collect, collate, and coordinate information collection requirements and relevant information.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES

Level I:
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities required at this level include knowledge of procedures and techniques of business communication; of spelling and punctuation; of computer programs and applications; of basic presentation skills; and of the tools and resources used to identify individuals, organizations, and other criminal enterprises. Ability is required to collect and analyze data, recognize existing trends and emerging threats; and to organize and present findings clearly and concisely (both orally and in writing).

Level II:
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities required at this level include  knowledge of procedures and techniques of business communication; of spelling and punctuation; of computer programs and applications; of basic presentation skills; and of specific analytical tools, software and resources used to identify individuals, organizations, criminal investigations, intelligence activities, and other criminal enterprises. Ability is required to organize and present findings clearly and concisely (both orally and in writing), to collect and analyze data, and to recognize existing trends and emerging threats.

Level III:
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities required at this level include knowledge of procedures and techniques of business communication; of spelling and punctuation; of computer programs and applications; of basic presentation skills; of specific analytical tools, software and resources used to identify individuals, organizations, criminal investigations, intelligence activities, and other criminal enterprises. Ability is required to organize and present findings clearly and concisely (both orally and in writing), to collect and analyze data, and to recognize existing trends and emerging threats, to train other analysts, to coordinate the activities of other analysts, and to organize analytical support provided to statewide initiatives and investigations.

Level IV:
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities required at this level include knowledge of procedures and techniques of business communication; of spelling and punctuation; of computer programs and applications; of basic presentation skills; of supervisory principles and practices; of agency policies and procedures; of unit training requirements; of tools and resources used to identify individuals, organizations, and criminal enterprises and to support criminal investigations and intelligence activities; of applicable budgeting practices; of personnel policies; of public and media relations; of the state legislative process; and of management and leadership principles and practices. Ability is required to collect and analyze data; to recognize existing trends and emerging threats; to organize and present findings clearly and concisely (both orally and in writing); to train other analysts; to coordinate the activities of other analysts; to organize analytical support provided to statewide initiatives and investigations; to develop, implement, and evaluate project goals and objectives; to analyze, interpret, and resolve personnel and management issues; to prepare budgets; and to manage the employees and activities assigned to intelligence unit.

Level V:
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities required at this level include knowledge of procedures and techniques of business communication; of spelling and punctuation; of computer programs and applications; of basic presentation skills; of supervisory principles and practices; of agency policies and procedures; of unit training requirements; of tools and resources used to identify individuals, organizations, and criminal enterprises and to support criminal investigations and intelligence activities; of applicable budgeting practices; of personnel policies; of public and media relations; of the state legislative process; and of management and leadership principles and practices. Ability is required to collect and analyze data; to recognize existing trends and emerging threats; to organize and present findings clearly and concisely (both orally and in writing); to train other analysts; to coordinate the activities of other analysts; to organize analytical support provided to statewide initiatives and investigations; to develop, implement, and evaluate project goals and objectives; to analyze, interpret, and resolve personnel and management issues; to prepare budgets; and to manage the employees and activities assigned to intelligence unit.

LEVEL DESCRIPTORS

Level I:
This is the basic level. Analysts are assigned basic responsibilities in training status designed to build analytical skills. Analysts learn about analytical tools and resources, intelligence gathering and retention guidelines, visual presentation techniques, and other basic skills to support intelligence activities. Analysts may also receive training related to critical thinking, analytical methods, and professional writing.

Level II:
This is the career level. Analysts are trained in performing analytical tasks and criminal intelligence duties with moderate supervision and oversight. Analysts are responsible for the collection and analysis of information and data to develop intelligence on current trends and emerging threats.

Level III:
This is the specialist level. Analysts perform job responsibilities independently with minimal supervision, possess a high level of responsibility for coordinating and conducting activities related to investigative case support and criminal intelligence analysis. Additional responsibilities may include training lower level analysts; leading, organizing and coordinating complex information sharing initiatives; serving as a subject-matter expert; conducting administrative duties for specialized programs, databases, or systems; and training law enforcement in the principles of analytic functions. Temporarily lead analytic units in supervisor’s absence. 

Level IV:
At this level, analysts are assigned overall administrative command responsibility and accountability for major programs, projects, functions, activities and is responsible for establishing and maintaining close working relationships with law enforcement, public safety officials, and other key stakeholders. Analysts work with agency leadership to provide information to legislators, legislative staff, and legislative committees, and is responsible for budgeting, policy development, grants, and purchasing.

Level V:
At this level, analysts are assigned overall administrative command responsibility and accountability for major programs, projects, functions, activities and is responsible for establishing and maintaining close working relationships with law enforcement, public safety officials, and other key stakeholders. Analysts work with agency leadership to provide information to legislators, legislative staff, and legislative committees, and is responsible for budgeting, policy development, grants, and purchasing.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Level I:
Education and Experience requirements at this level include a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, criminology, crime and intelligence analysis, sociology, or a closely-related field of study; or an equivalent substitution of experience with a law enforcement agency or military law enforcement unit performing technical tasks (e.g., conducting research, reviewing information to identify and collect relevant information, creating reports, using computer systems and law enforcement databases to collect and analyze information specific to assigned task).

Level II:
Education and Experience requirements at this level include a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, criminology, crime and intelligence analysis, sociology, or a closely-related field of study; or an equivalent substitution of experience with a law enforcement agency or military law enforcement unit performing technical tasks (e.g., conducting research, reviewing information to identify and collect relevant information, creating reports, using computer systems and law enforcement databases to collect and analyze information specific to assigned task), plus two years of professional experience in conducting investigative case support or criminal intelligence analysis for a law enforcement agency.

Level III:
Education and Experience requirements at this level include a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, criminology, crime and intelligence analysis, sociology, or a closely-related field of study; or an equivalent substitution of experience with a law enforcement agency or military law enforcement unit performing technical tasks (e.g., conducting research, reviewing information to identify and collect relevant information, creating reports, using computer systems and law enforcement databases to collect and analyze information specific to assigned task), plus four years of professional experience in conducting investigative case support or criminal intelligence analysis for a law enforcement agency.

Level IV:
Education and Experience requirements at this level include a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, criminology, crime and intelligence analysis, sociology, or a closely-related field of study; or an equivalent substitution of experience with a law enforcement agency or military law enforcement unit performing technical tasks (e.g., conducting research, reviewing information to identify and collect relevant information, creating reports, using computer systems and law enforcement databases to collect and analyze information specific to assigned task), plus five years of professional experience in conducting investigative case support or criminal intelligence analysis for a law enforcement agency.

Level V:
Education and Experience requirements at this level include a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, criminology, crime and intelligence analysis, sociology, or a closely-related field of study; or an equivalent substitution of experience with a law enforcement agency or military law enforcement unit performing technical tasks (e.g., conducting research, reviewing information to identify and collect relevant information, creating reports, using computer systems and law enforcement databases to collect and analyze information specific to assigned task), plus five years of professional experience in conducting investigative case support or criminal intelligence analysis for a law enforcement agency including two years of qualifying professional experience in a supervisory capacity.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENT

Applicants must be able and willing to perform job-related travel; to be away from home for extended periods of time; to successfully complete all necessary training and certifications required by the agency; and to pass a thorough background investigation.


CLASS: G27A; EST: 12/28/2021; REV: ;

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