Criminal Intelligence Analyst

Recruitment #220629-G27C-02

Introduction

IF YOU ARE A CURRENT STATE EMPLOYEE, PLEASE APPLY TO THE “INTERNAL JOBS” LISTING HERE. DO NOT APPLY VIA THIS RECRUITMENT.

These four vacancies are in the Internet Crimes Against Children Unit (Investigative Services Division) located statewide.

ANNUAL SALARY:
LEVEL III – $61,044.00 ($59,124.00 base salary, plus $160/month for on-call pay)
LEVEL II – $55,118.00 ($53,198.00 base salary, plus $160/month for on-call pay)
LEVEL I – $51,000.00 ($49,080.00 base salary, plus $160/month for on-call pay)

LEVEL III – $61,044.00 ($59,124.00 base salary, plus $160/month for on-call pay)LEVEL II – $55,118.00 ($53,198.00 base salary, plus $160/month for on-call pay)LEVEL I – $51,000.00 ($49,080.00 base salary, plus $160/month for on-call pay)

MAJOR WORK DUTIES:
1. Review cybertips and prepare administrative subpoenas, court orders, preservation letters to electronic service providers. Collate responses into a complete investigative file.
2. When possible, identify suspects, victims, jurisdiction where offenses occurred, and collect relevant suspect/victim information using law enforcement records and open source data providers for inclusion in an investigative file.
3. Extensive use of MS Excel for import/export, sorting/filtering, general use, and in-depth data analysis. Extensive use and understanding of the OSBI ACISS Case Management System. Extensive use of ICAC databases and websites to assist in maintenance of ICAC task force.
4. Provide liaison duties with local, state, federal, tribal, and other law enforcement and non-law enforcement personnel within the assigned area of responsibility including the National Center for Missing and exploited children.
5. Produce written assessments, reports, and visual analytical products and/or oral briefings and court testimony in Support of the ICAC mission. Maintain and submit statistical performance measures to the Department of Justice. Prepare trainings for affiliates in analytical functions as required.

Successful applicants must be willing to submit to a drug screen, polygraph examination, psychological evaluation (commissioned positions only), and a thorough background investigation.  Certain events automatically disqualify an applicant, such as, felony conviction; admission of an undetected crime that, if known, would have been a felony charge; failure to pay federal or state income tax; positive confirmed drug urine test; illegal use of a controlled substance within certain time frames.

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 – Requirements at this level consist of those specified for Level I, plus two years of professional experience in conducting investigative case support or criminal intelligence analysis for a law enforcement agency.

LEVEL III – Requirements at this level consist of those specified for Level II, plus two additional years of professional experience in conducting investigative case support or criminal intelligence analysis for a law enforcement agency.

NOTES

Please read instructions carefully and include all required documents when you submit your application.

No additional information will be accepted after the application has been submitted.