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Ad Title: Assistant Clinical Professor of Justice Studies (with Intelligence focus)
Location: Northern Arizona University (Phoenix, AZ campus)
Post Date: 09/07/17
Contact: Dr. Cindy Scott, EdD
State: AZ
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Northern Arizona University is conducting a nationwide search to fill a clinical, non-tenure track position in our Justice Studies program. This is a nine-month position at the rank of Assistant Clinical Professor, based out of the NAU East Valley office, located in Mesa, AZ. It is a one-year position and renewal is based on successful annual review and continued funding of the position.

Arizona residency is required by the start of the contract and continual residence in Arizona is required. Some travel for meetings, recruitment efforts, and other job-related duties is an expectation of the position, as well as working with agencies in the intelligence and justice communities.

Job Description

The Justice Studies program offers applied, professional degree plans and certificates tailored to the needs of non-traditional students. To serve the goals of this applied program, all Justice Studies faculty have practitioner experience and advanced degrees, and maintain a commitment to helping students successfully enter or promote in the justice and intelligence studies fields. Within the bachelor’s degree plan, students pursue an emphasis in criminal justice administration or intelligence studies.

The position is expected to teach and develop online courses in the online Justice Studies program; however, some face-to-face teaching may be required in support of the unit’s academic outreach to place-bound students. A demonstrated connectedness to the criminal justice field is expected. The program provides university-level educational opportunities to community college and military transfer students, and in-service professionals working in all parts of the justice system including police agencies, the courts, corrections, intelligence, and other justice-related agencies. Research is encouraged, but is not an expectation for this position. A successful annual review is dependent on a demonstrated connectedness to the discipline, positive teaching reviews and department service. The faculty member is expected to serve on departmental and campus committees, remain connected to the criminal justice and intelligence fields, assist with program and course development, mentor and oversee part-time faculty members, and mentor and advise students. Summer and winter term teaching is available for additional compensation.

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Ad Title: Crime Analyst
Location: City of Delray Beach
Post Date: 11/15/17
Contact: Dot Bast
City: Delray Beach
State: FL
Zip: 33444
Phone (W): 561-243-7127
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This position involves analysis duties such as developing regular crime and calls for service bulletins; conducting and presenting historical analysis on both general and specific crime and calls for service information; analyzing data for crime trends, undertaking tactical crime analysis and assisting with comprehensive research projects. Position is accountable for receiving, analyzing and collating raw criminal data and producing accurate trends, reports, and information to assist with crime prevention.

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Ad Title: Crime Analyst, Sugar Land (TX) Police
Location: Sugar Land, TX
Post Date: 11/09/17
State: TX
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OPENING DATE: 11/08/17
CLOSING DATE: 11/22/17 05:00 PM

At the City of Sugar Land, we are looking for people driven by a desire to contribute, possess a willingness to be challenged, and are committed to public service. Our champion employees are a driving factor for making Sugar Land "One of America's Best". The Sugar Land Police Department is recruiting for a Crime Analyst.

The successful candidate for this position will analyze and interpret calls for service and report information to note relationships and patterns, prepare conclusions and make forecasts based on data analysis. detailed research and analysis of criminal intelligence information (suspect, financial, phone, etc.) Work involves analyzing and developing links between criminals and/or crime groups and criminal activity. The position is responsible for applying principles of analysis/intelligence research to interpret information regarding its impact on the criminal investigative process. Reports created from analysis/intelligence are used to develop proactive measures in enforcing crime to provide information for monthly Beat Accountability meetings and to create the Department's annual report. Import data to create various maps using the GIS crime mapping system. Provide statistical data/reports as requested in order to fulfill the Department's mission.

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Ad Title: Criminal Intelligence Analyst - Interpol
Location: Lyons, France
Post Date: 11/16/17
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Ad Title: Data Scientist
Location: CSIS - Canada
Post Date: 11/16/17
City: Ottawa
State: ON
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Job Summary

Define, develop and lead a data science program which identifies exploitation opportunities, and provides solutions and capabilities to address them.
Conduct research and recommend potential initiatives to analysts, and branch management and senior executive staff.
Autonomously find, enrich, transform, interpret, and exploit data to create intelligence products.
Act as a Service representative on joint projects related to data science and participate in collaborative efforts where applicable.
Provide mentorship and guidance to fellow Data Scientists and Data Exploitation Analysts, regarding intelligence analysis and associated activities pursued in response to the mandate.
Recommend new data exploitation projects in annual work plans by identifying analytical gaps and suitable solutions.
Regularly update knowledge of academic and industry data science practices and standards.
Effectively communicate and present findings to specialists, management and non-technical audiences. Clearly document methodologies employed in research and data exploitation solutions
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Ad Title: Departmental Analyst 12 - Intelligence Operations Division / Cyber Section
Location: Michigan State Police
Post Date: 11/16/17
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This position will serve as a recognized resource for the Michigan Cyber Command Center (MC3) responsible for completing complex web intelligence analytics for the within the guidelines of the DHS/BJA, utilizing the NCIS Plan of collection, analysis, storage, and dissemination of criminal intelligence for the detection of cyber-crime organizations, activity, and participants to protect the citizens of the state of Michigan, ensuring 28CFR23 and Privacy Protection. This position will be required to produce internal briefings, intelligence bulletins and assessments, reports, and charts in accordance with the Standing Information Needs (SINs) of the MC3. Produce external briefings, intelligence bulletins and reports for private sector partners in accordance with 28CFR23 standards and privacy protection. This position will serve as a technical consultant to federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies. This position assists in the development and implementation of web analytics and intelligence gathering training programs. This position conducts pro-active web intelligence analytics involving cyber security, the internet, and other technologies. This position provides expert courtroom testimony for complaints investigated by the MC3 and gives assistance when necessary, to the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force.


Candidates who previously applied to this position posting do not need to reapply.

This position requires passing a pre-employment screening, including passing a drug screen, criminal history background check and a fingerprint check by the Michigan State Police.

Interested candidates must attach a resume, cover letter, and a copy of your official college transcripts to your application. Unofficial transcripts will not be accepted. Current Michigan State Police employees must also attach a copy of your last two performance appraisals.
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Ad Title: Director – Center for Intelligence and Security Studies
Location: University of Mississippi
Post Date: 10/30/17
City: Oxford
State: MS
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The University of Mississippi invites applications for the position of Director of the Center for Intelligence and Security Studies (CISS), to begin no later than Fall 2018. The University seeks a dynamic, experienced professional to lead the CISS toward further realizing its mission: to prepare students for careers in the US intelligence community (IC). The Center’s core focus areas are intelligence analytics and the provision of tailored support to policymakers in the national security community.

The Director’s duties are to lead and administer an academic minor in intelligence and security studies, manage Center faculty and staff toward its mission, partner with University and external stakeholders, and facilitate co-curricular programming related to the mission. This is a full-time faculty appointment in the CISS with administrative, teaching, research, and service duties.

The CISS Program is rapidly growing and is in its tenth year of preparing highly skilled students to work as intelligence analysts on emerging challenges facing the intelligence community, private industry, and society. The curriculum emphasizes the development of critical thinking skills for intelligence analysis, communication and briefing skills, and training in advanced analytic methodologies. The CISS Program works closely with the University of Mississippi’s
Croft Institute for International Studies, Lott Leadership Institute, Chinese Flagship Program, Intensive Arabic Program, and other programs to ensure that students graduate with regional and
cultural expertise, foreign language skills, a robust understanding of the policymaking process, and other tools to help them excel in the intelligence and business communities. In 2017, the University of Mississippi initiated Flagship Constellations, which are designed to bring together a wide range of faculty from across campus to address some of the most difficult and complex problems facing our nation and world.

If you’re interested in working with cross-disciplinary
researchers to solve key, grand challenges this is an exceptional opportunity.

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Ad Title: Intelligence Analyst (Watch Analyst)
Location: Arlington, Virginia
Post Date: 10/16/17
Contact: Matthew H. Pecoraro
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Job Description
Halfaker and Associates, an award winning high growth small business, creates innovative and customer-centric technology solutions in the areas of Cyber Security, Data Analytics, Software Engineering and IT Infrastructure to improve the health, security and well-being of all Americans. Our commitment to excellence and our vision to “Continue to Serve” has resulted in steady growth and an expanding client base across government agencies in the health, defense, security and intelligence sectors. Headquartered in Arlington, VA, we have employees nationwide and were recently named a 2017 Top Work Place by the Washington Post. Please take a moment to browse through our website and learn more about what it means to serve with Halfaker.

Halfaker has an opening for an Intelligence Analyst (Watch Analyst) to join our talented, dynamic team. The key responsibilities for this position include:
Prepare technical reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing information and trends
Follows up reports with meaningful interaction with appropriate government and other contractor representatives
Works closely with private industry and/or other government agencies to gain necessary information and directs personnel to appropriate action with regard to information generation and other communication priorities
Coordinate with the National Operations Center (NOC), Office of Infrastructure Protection (IP), National Cyber Communications and Integrations Center (NCCIC), and other government agencies and Critical Infrastructure Key Resources (CIKR) owners & operators
Participate in tests and exercises to maintain preparedness and improve coordination; supervise others actions during exercises and provide feedback and after action reporting
During incidents, triage information from a variety of resources and conduct initial analysis of the incidents and events
During major incidents or events, collect and review input to national-level situational awareness
Serve as a 24x7 customer service interface for CIKR partners by collecting (via email and phone), tracking, and facilitating responses to requests for information and assistance
Conduct daily teleconferences with CIKR stakeholders
Provide access to approved DHS situation reports, bulletins, press releases, and other important documents to serve industry partner’s continuity-of-business information needs
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Ad Title: Intelligence Analyst I
Location: San Diego
Post Date: 09/12/17
Contact: Karen Furtado
City: San Diego
State: CA
Zip: 92126
San Diego Law Enforcement Coordination Center (SD-LECC)
Intelligence Analyst I
(All positions are dependent on year-to-year federal grant funding)
Full time position at $18.19 hourly pay, plus benefits. This pay represents the start of the pay range for this classification.
This announcement will remain open until positions are filled.

For the San Diego Fusion Center as Intelligence Analyst I for positions in the SD-LECC Watch Center; however, they may be assigned to other areas of responsibility.

Job Description: Compile, analyze, evaluate, correlate, and disseminate criminal intelligence and case/event deconfliction information to local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies; disseminate summaries of analytical results; work in fastpaced, sometimes stressful conditions that promote officer safety and deconfliction; answer large volume of telephone calls from law enforcement officers; enter large volumes of data into law enforcement databases. This is an at-will position and dependent upon year-to-year federal grant funding.
An eligibility list will be created from this process that could be used for up to one year to fill future Intelligence Analyst I vacancies at the SD-LECC.
The applicant must pass a law enforcement background investigation and qualify for a federal security clearance.
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Ad Title: Inventory for FinTRAC Analyst
Location: Various locations, Canada
Post Date: 11/16/17
City: Ottawa
State: ON
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Ad Title: Investigative Analyst
Location: Boston, MA.
Post Date: 10/11/17
Contact: Human Resources
City: Boston
State: MA
Zip: 02110
Phone (W): 617-439-0439
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Insurance Fraud Bureau of Massachusetts is seeking an investigative analyst to assist in the research of hotline telephone calls of suspected fraudulent insurance transactions in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The selected individual will also perform supervised analysis, review case material, extract and compile factual data, and produce analytically sound summary tables, reports and charts; as well as maintain customized databases for collected data to facilitate collation, retrieval and tracking of source documents.

Candidate must possess a Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum of two years experience in the field of criminal justice, intelligence or insurance. A working knowledge of word processing, spreadsheet, graphics and database software is required. Written and verbal communication skills are essential. All respondents must have experience in handling confidential matters and the ability to satisfy an extensive personal background check.

Interested applicants may submit cover letter and resume by U.S Mail or Email to:

Insurance Fraud Bureau of MA
101 Arch Street
Boston, MA 02110
No phone calls or walk-ins please.

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Ad Title: Program Manager I - Crime Analysis, SJPD
Location: San Jose, CA
Post Date: 10/22/17
State: CA
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The mission of the San Jose Police Department is to create safe places to live, work and learn through community partnerships.

Positions & Duties

The San José Police Department (SJPD) is recruiting to fill the Crime Analysis Unit (CAU) Program Manager position which falls under the Bureau of Technical Services (BTS) and reports directly to the Deputy Director. The CAU Program Manager is responsible for researching and preparing complex reports and handling specialized projects which address inter-Departmental issues and intergovernmental topics. The Crime Analysis team analyzes crime data, produces crime related reports, and ensures accurate and timely reporting of crime data to the Department of Justice, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, other City departments and police management.

Under the direction of the BTS Deputy Director, the Crime Analysis Program Manager is responsible for managing all functions of the Crime Analysis Unit by performing work of considerable difficulty in planning, coordinating, and directing the utilization of complex computerized systems for crime analysis functions; insures the accuracy and integrity of the various databases; provides management support and specialized expertise to users of crime data, systems analysts, and operations personnel.

The essential functions of this position are as follows:

Plan, implement, and manage the Crime Analysis Unit and staff by establish objectives; maintain project timelines for various projects; ensure efficient utilization of resources; and administer program budget.
Establish and/or direct the development of detailed procedures to retrieve, integrate, and analyze crime data, including data sharing and data transfer.
Perform complex statistical analyses to monitor crime levels throughout the City and to support strategic deployment of police resources.
Summarize statistics into concise reports for review by the Mayor and Council and subcommittees, City Manager's Office and Police Command personnel.
Supervise subordinates and professional staff in a manner which they are able to prioritize assigned work; conduct performance evaluations, and ensure that staff member(s) are properly trained.
Anticipate, plan and implement actions to solve problems effectively.
Performs other related work as required.

This recruitment may be used to fill multiple positions in this, or other divisions or departments. If you are interested in employment in this classification, you should apply to ensure you are considered for additional opportunities that may utilize the applicants from this recruitment.
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Ad Title: Public Safety Technician - Crime Analysis
Location: Gilbert, AZ Police Department
Post Date: 09/21/17
City: Gilbert
State: AZ
Zip: 85296
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The Crime Analysis Technician reports to the Police Sergeant assigned to Investigation Intelligence. The primary function of this position is to prepare information, referencing crime statistics, series and investigations, and support the Crime Analysts in evaluating the most efficient use of police resources to solve, predict and prevent crime.

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Ad Title: Regional Wildlife Crime Analyst
Location: Hanoi, Viet Nam or Bangkok, Thailand
Post Date: 10/03/17
Contact: Scott Roberton
Phone (W): +84 (0)435149750
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Scope of work:
The Regional Wildlife Crime Analyst will provide analysis of wildlife trafficking cases to identify patterns and emerging trends aiding investigative efforts of WCS CWT programs in Asia and our government counterparts with a view to identifying wildlife trafficking syndicates and producing high-quality intelligence products with recommendations to WCS CWT leadership and partnering law enforcement agencies for consideration of enforcement and capacity building initiatives.

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Conduct regional intelligence analysis and produce tactical intelligence reports in a timely manner to support and guide investigations by WCS and government counterparts;
• Using analytical tools, identify central wildlife trafficking syndicates and individuals and their associated gangs and front companies as well as their trafficking modus operandi, routes and means of transportation;
• Publish analytical products for WCS CWT leadership and provide informational briefings outlining findings and recommendations to guide WCS strategies and interventions to combat wildlife trafficking;
• Oversee the deployment of the WCS Global Wildlife Crime Intelligence platform in Asia ensuring system security, support country deployments, dealing with service providers; and in collaboration with the Office of Strategic Technology managing the centralized i2 infrastructure;
• Strengthen capacity of WCS analysts on core skills and new analytical methods/tools;
• Support the strategic development of, and the management of risks in relation to CWT technology services;
• Support WCS programs to empower and build support in national government for CWT intelligence-led approaches;
• Provide inputs to assist fund-raising efforts for WCS’s programs on wildlife trafficking in Asia, identifying and enhancing support from existing and new sources, assisting in development of proposals and reports, building relationships with funders; and
• Summarize work efforts, meetings, project statuses, and accomplishments in the form of monthly activity reports.

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Ad Title: Senior Claims Investigator Job Posting
Location: Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
Post Date: 10/05/17
Contact: Jeff Smith
City: Waterloo, Ontario
State: ON
Zip: N2J4C7
Phone (W): 519-904-8549
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- Conduct investigations with a focus on thoroughness and quality, with attention to detail, timeliness and cost control on all types of health and dental claims for fraud and abuse (within published service standards)
- Interview plan sponsors, plan members, providers and facility owners by telephone and in person to obtain missing information, conduct audits, and thoroughly investigate cases or alleged fraud
- Assists in the development and training of the claim staff to make them aware of the red flags they should look for on the claims they process
- Responding to client and plan member inquiries regarding the investigation process and specific claims details, and deal with upset clients
-Prepare police briefs when required
- Perform onsite visits with practitioners and facilities
Contribute to regulatory and criminal complaint process
- Review claims with medical and dental consultants
- Work closely with the health and dental claims staff and managers to effectively manage claim investigations
- Contribute to the continuous process improvement and identify improvement opportunities within SIU and Group Benefits.
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