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Current Job Openings

City of Allen, TX - Allen PD

Crime Analyst

Salary: $26.42 - 38.31 Hourly

Closing Date: 6/19/23

The Crime Analysts position is to provide timely and relevant information to assist in solving criminal offenses. This includes developing tactical and strategic plans to help combat criminal activities in the community. This will be accomplished by analyzing crime data, offense reports, identifying trends and patterns in criminal activity, providing research support for criminal investigations personnel, and working with other law enforcement agencies and data sources. Other duties may include coordinating the exchange of criminal intelligence information within the police department, the law enforcement community, and assisting other City employees and citizens. This position does not provide direction to other employees.

Essential Functions

This information is intended to be descriptive of the key responsibilities of the position. The following examples do not identify all duties performed by any single incumbent.

  • Analyzes crime data by collecting, disseminating and evaluating data, identifying trends, patterns and changes in criminal activity, creating, reviewing and publishing crime bulletins and illustrating crime patterns and statistics through charts, graphs and maps.
  • Provides research support for criminal investigations and other personnel by  creating and maintaining paper and electronic intelligence records, assisting in identifying criminal suspects, and performing computer (multiple databases) searches of field identification files, vehicle files and other related information.
  • Coordinates the exchange of criminal intelligence information within departmental entities and with other agencies by responding to internal and external questions and inquiries and requesting information from police personnel, citizens and other law enforcement agencies.
  • Determines analytical techniques and information gathering processes and obtains required data and information for analysis by maintaining knowledge of new developments in the field of crime analysis and revise techniques and processes as appropriate.
  • Reviews and analyzes crime and arrest reports with particular emphasis on robbery, auto/business burglaries, sex crimes, thefts, and other major incidents; develops matrix to determine correlation between series of criminal activity.
  • Researches, analyzes, and creates reports by utilizing police reporting software, Microsoft Office products, numerous public and private databases, and other task/position specific software.
  • Makes presentations to internal and external groups regarding crimes in the community.  This could include weekly, monthly and yearly statistics or presentations regarding specific crimes and crime trends being investigated by the agency.  This position requires public speaking.
  • Produces job specific publications which include, but are not limited to: statistical reports, crime bulletins, supplemental offense reports, inter-departmental communications, and periodical summary reports for the command staff.
  • Assists with maintaining internal databases of selected persons such as registered sex offenders, known burglars, narcotics users, gang members and other selected groups.  May assist with information and compliance issues related to the city's sex offender ordinance.

Job Requirements

Education & Experience
Work requires broad knowledge in in data analysis, research methods, theory and statistics. A typical way to obtain the required qualifications would be:

  • Bachelor’s degree plus one (1) year of relevant work experience; OR
  • Associate degree plus five (5) years of relevant work experience; OR
  • High School diploma or equivalent plus nine (9) years of crime analyst experience 
Other combinations of education and experience may be considered. 

Degrees in Criminal Justice, Public Administration, Computer Science, Math or closely related fields are preferred. Experience in data analysis, trend analysis, research methods, and statistics preferably in a law enforcement role is preferred.  Must have experience producing reports and presenting materials in a formal meeting environment.

Certification and Other Requirements
  • Valid Class C Drivers License

Special Requirements
  • Must be able to pass required pre-employment screenings, CJIS and fingerprint check, and have the ability to comply with state and federal requirements for Criminal Justice Information Security standards.

Overall Physical Strength Demands

  • Sedentary - Exerting up to 10 lbs. occasionally or negligible weights frequently; sitting most of the time.

TXLEAN was formed in 2017 as an incorporated entity in Texas and is affiliated with the International Association of Crime Analysts (IACA).

TXLEAN is an incorporated 501(c)6 non-profit organization. 

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