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Company Name :- City of Northglenn
Position Name :-
Company Location :- Denver, CO 80234
Job Category :- Jobs in general
Full Job Description :-
Nature of Work
The Crime Analyst position performs statistical and analytical research for the Northglenn Police Department involving the use of computer applications. This position gathers and analyzes crime and management data for crime patterns, trends, suspect-crime correlations, target-suspect profiles, crime forecasting and unit workload assessment. Incumbent will also prepare reports and computerized mapping of crime and other data and present reports to staff and the public. The City of Northglenn is committed to diversity, inclusivity and social equity both in the workplace and as part of a governmental organization that serves the Northglenn community. The City believes in the dignity of the individual and that each employee who is hired has the potential to make a unique contribution to the organization and the community. While the members of the Northglenn Police Department come from diverse backgrounds with a variety of life and work experiences, they follow the same Vision, Mission and Values of the department. Vision Statement The Northglenn Police Department commits to providing exceptional police services that promote a safe and peaceful community. Mission Statement The members of the Northglenn Police Department are a dedicated team committed to protect life and property, reduce crime, and promote peaceful neighborhoods. We achieve this through strong community partnerships, collaborative problem-solving and ethical enforcement of the law. Value Statement The Four C’s are the cornerstone of our core values Character ~ Courage ~ Commitment ~ Competence Click here to go to our webpage Click here to go to our Facebook page
Duties and Responsibilities
(Any one position may not include all the duties listed nor do the listed examples include all tasks which may be found in positions of this class.)
Performs statistical and investigative analysis of police crime data and recommends a course of action based on that analysis.
Work with geographic information system (GIS) software tools.
Generate statistical summary reports on a daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual basis.
Query and manage large databases using tools such MS Access.
Use electronic spreadsheets, desktop publishing, and statistical software (e.g SPSS) to manipulate, analyze, and/or present data.
Perform requested programming using a variety of programming tools (e.g., SQL, HTML,).
Provides information to support the City of Northglenn web-site Police section and maintain crime analysis web page.
Establishes procedures to retrieve integrate and analyze data from a large variety of sources and systems.
Develops crime mapping and analysis of spatially referenced data such as reports, calls for service, and sex registrants, utilizing various software programs (e.g. ArcView).
Designs and implements programs and reports for tactical, strategic, administrative and intelligence analysis.
Employs investigative and statistical analysis to forecast future crime occurrences by type of crime and target location in order to direct deployment and allocation of resources.
Reviews investigative reports for modus operandi pattern, series, or trends. Provides detailed statistical information to media, the public, outside law enforcement agencies, City Council and city departments.
Works in collaboration with other jurisdictions to collect cross jurisdictional data.
For detailed description, see Class Specifications
Education and Experience
Bachelor’s Degree in Criminology, Criminal Justice, Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, Statistics, or related field. Plus two (2) years experience in a criminal justice environment performing data analysis/research or investigation of criminal activity; with a minimum of one-year experience in the collection, analysis, and interpretation of police data. 3 years experience as a Crime Analyst preferred. Equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
Considerable knowledge of crime analysis and crime mapping.
Experience with problem identification and problem analysis (COP/POP).
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.
Function in a team environment and interact daily with both internal and external customers.
Maintain confidential records and files.
Convey detailed information to the media, city council, and city departments.
Attend patrol briefings and department meetings (e.g., Compstat).
Must be at least 21 years of age. Cannot have been convicted of a felony. New hires must, as a condition of employment, pass the following pre-offer and post-offer/hire processes: oral board, polygraph or CVSA, background examination including local records check and sex-offender registry, drug screening, and fingerprinting through CBI/FBI. May not currently be under criminal or internal investigation.
Position is open until filled.
Benefits Vary Depending on the Status of the Position Details of the City of Northglenn’s benefits program can be viewed here (Download PDF reader).
DESCRIPTION & BENEFITS
Employee works in a position that is classified as 40 hours per week. Eligible for full benefit package including medical, dental, life and LTD insurance; pension and general leave and optional benefits.
Regular Part-Time 30+
Employee works in a position that is classified as 30+ hours per week. City pays contribution toward employee only medical and dental insurance. Employee can pay the difference to cover spouse and/or children. Life & LTD insurance coverage is provided. Employee participates in the City’s pension plan and the City contributes to the plan. Employee accrues general leave on a pro-rated basis and optional benefits.
Regular Part-Time 20+
Employee works in a position that is classified as 20+ hours per week but less than 30 hours. City pays contribution toward employee only medical insurance. Employee accrues general leave on a pro-rated basis and the City pays 3.75% toward deferred compensation and optional benefits.
(less than 20 hours/wk)
Employee works is a position that is classified as less than 20 hours per week. Employee accrues general leave on a pro-rated basis and the City pays 3.75% toward deferred compensation.
Part-Time (No Benefits)
Employee works in a position that is classified as a “no benefit” position (i.e., Fitness Instructor, Scorekeeper, Substitute Lifeguard). Employee is not eligible for benefits and pays 7.5% toward deferred compensation.
Employee works in a position that is classified as a short-term position, is not eligible for benefits and pays 7.5% toward deferred compensation.
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