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Ad Title: Administrative Analyst (Crime Intelligence)
Location: Torrance, CA 90503
Post Date: 09/13/17
Contact: Human Resources
City: Torrance
State: CA
Zip: 90503
Phone (W): 3106182915
Email: jobinfo@TorranceCA.Gov
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Help the Torrance Police Department prevent and reduce crime!
Applications are currently being accepted for Administrative Analyst in the Torrance Police Department's Intelligence Detail. The Torrance Police Department's Intelligence Detail works to collect and analyze police intelligence involving all matters of potential concern to the Chief of Police. The goal of the Detail is to reduce criminal acts and apprehend suspects engaged in criminal activity, while providing professional and innovative police services. The Detail is involved in the construction of the Department's Critical Site Threat Assessment Project and acts as liaison for the Department to the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Joint Terrorism Task Force.

As part of the Intelligence Detail, the Administrative Analyst prepares and organizes data for professional reports and/or presentations using various research resources; conducts analysis;
computes, interprets, and compiles various statistics; and organizes and delivers presentations. This position also prepares and monitors budgets and supports management/supervisory staff
with problem resolution, varied professional, confidential and specialized assignments.
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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: Cleburne, TX.
Post Date: 07/11/17
Contact: Amber Bransom
City: Cleburne
State: TX
Zip: 76031
Phone (W): 8176450945
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The purpose of this position is to provide timely and pertinent information relative to crime and crash patterns as well as trends; to assist operational and administrative personnel in planning the deployment of resources prevention and suppression of criminal activities; aiding the investigative process by providing information which helps increase the timely apprehension of offenders and the clearance of cases.

The position will research, compile, analyze and interpret statistical data from a variety of sources including offense and arrest reports, crash reports and citations, census, economic and demographic reports and related data; research and track modus operandi factors and discern crime series or patterns by studying and linking common spatial and temporal factors and following up by reporting information at patrol briefings, COMPSTAT, command staff, city council and in public forums. Work involves extensive reading, data analyses and development of links between criminals and crime groups. Reports and charts are developed to be disseminated to the Department.

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Ad Title: Crime and Intelligence Analyst
Location: Los Angeles (CA) Police Department
Post Date: 09/21/17
City: Los Angeles
State: CA
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Crime and Intelligence Analyst (2236)
Task List 2017

1. Reviews crime and arrest reports and uses analytical resources to identify crime trends, patterns, and series to help formulate tactical deployment and strategic resources.
2. Researches, complies, and analyzes data from a variety of sources including crime, census, economic, and demographics in order to understand potential causes of crime problems, develop crime reduction strategies, and forecast future criminal activity.
3. Provides investigative leads to detectives and other concerned personnel by searching various public records, internal departmental databases, and external law enforcement databases such as CalGang, Parole Leads, CCHRS, and Megan’s Law, for persons matching suspect descriptions (e.g., tattoos, monikers, vehicles, and associations).
4. Produces, analyzes, and interprets crime maps using internal departmental computer applications for law enforcement personnel on a daily basis and periodically for Crime Control meetings and COMPSTAT inspections for the reduction of crime.
5. Reviews crime reports and queries the available crime analysis system in order to link crimes by suspect modus operandi (M.O.), victimology, suspect descriptors, vehicle, weapon, property taken, premise, victim description, and the spatial/temporal aspects of criminal activity.
6. Queries a crime analysis mapping system when an arrest report is received to ascertain if arrested suspects are involved in other crimes and to support detectives in case clearance.
7. Completes special analytical projects such as written reports, press briefing reports, fact sheets, or other necessary information in response to requests from command staff and external departments.
8. Analyze crime problems (e.g., gun related assaults, gang related crimes, and auto theft) and crime reduction strategies (e.g., Community Safety Operations Center, identifying chronic offenders, implementing predictive policing, identifying and hardening targets) by analyzing field interviews, historic data, crime and arrest reports in order to provide support to community policing and crime prevention programs.
9. Reviews, analyzes, and internally distributes crime analysis work product such as crime bulletins, statistical publications, intelligence reports, maps, and academic journal publications that are generated by COMPSTAT unit, Department Crime Analysis Details, other law enforcement agencies, professional organizations, academic institutions, or private agencies in order to share relevant information with concerned parties.
10.Forecasts the date ranges, times, and locations of future activity in a crime series using crime analysis techniques including, but not limited to, the identification of crimes involved in a series, crime mapping, and statistical/pattern analysis, in order to contribute to and help improve proactive law enforcement strategies.
11.Identifies the type of person, vehicle, residence, and business that is likely to be the target of a crime based on current, seasonal, and historic criminal activity using the crime analysis system, crime and arrest reports, and department publications in order to minimize the likelihood of future victimization.
12.Conduct intelligence analysis, such as link analysis, using personal or private information provided by law enforcement, using internal departmental databases and analytical programs in order to connect individuals and organizations involved in organized criminal activity.
13.Identify crime trends, hot spots, chronic locations, and peak activities using crime maps and statistical tools/systems to assist in deployment and implementation of directed patrol programs, special task forces, and investigative efforts.
14.Develop suspect leads in order to support on-going investigations by researching law enforcement database applications and third party data sources.
15.Produce and disseminate a variety of work products including crime control meeting packets, crime summaries, crime bulletins, daily intelligence reports, daily briefing materials, area crime control evaluations, deployment guides, crime maps, crime forecasts, telephone analysis, and statistical summaries to various personnel.
16.Reviews recent publications in the areas of crime and intelligence analysis such as books, journal articles, literature of professional organizations and internet postings in order to continually broaden professional knowledge and abilities.
17.Becomes familiar with relevant aspects of the community including street names, locations of parks and schools, make-up of business districts, and quality of life issues which can include following local news publications, conducting area site visits, and attending community meetings.

18.Geocodes addresses (longitude/latitude) using the crime analysis system for crimes, arrests, calls for service, field interviews, recovered vehicles, traffic citations, and traffic collisions for mapping purposes.
19.Reads crime reports and updates information in the records management information system (RMIS). This includes but is not limited to modus modus operandi codes, crime class codes, personal descriptor codes, and narrative for homicide, robbery, sexual assaults, kidnaps, and aggravated assaults in order to insure accuracy as well as to potentially link crimes to one another.

20.Meets with commanding officers, supervisors, detectives, and patrol to provide relevant information for discussion of criminal activity for the purpose of deployment, tactical action, strategic planning, and community needs. Meetings can include Daily Briefings, Roll Call, Crime Control, and COMPSTAT.
21.Develops and maintains effective working relationship with local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies to exchange crime information.
22.Testify in court as to the methodology employed in gathering, analyzing, and preparing crime analysis work product used in criminal investigations.
23.Makes oral and written presentations regarding crime trends, series, and statistics both within the department and outside agencies.
24.Establishes effective working relationships and acts as a liaison with other City Departments, outside agencies, and within the Department, in order to provide or request services.
25.Works in cooperation with other Crime Analysis Detail personnel, commanding officers, detectives, Senior Lead Officers, and patrol officers in order to identify the analytical needs of the area/division as well as develop work product and establish appropriate distribution channels.

26.May provide training for officers, detectives, and other analysts on internal databases or applications in support of crime analysis function.
27.May perform supervisory or lead worker duties in crime analysis including, prioritizing, assigning, reviewing, evaluating, tracking, and coordinating staff projects in order to ensure that they are completed in an accurate, thorough and timely manner.
28. Adhere to Department policy and legal restrictions pertaining to confidentiality, access, use, and dissemination of law enforcement related information and work product.
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Ad Title: Criminal Intelligence Analyst
Location: Chicago, IL Police Department
Post Date: 09/21/17
City: Chicago
State: IL
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Number of Vacancies: TBD per Budget Approval

Develops extensive understanding of all software and analytical platforms in use by the department to support crime reduction activities centered in district Strategic Decision Support Centers (SDSCs), real-time situational awareness centers located in police facilities where crime conditions are continuously evaluated and intervention activities are developed
Leverages SDSC processes, techniques, and analytical tools to support citywide violence reduction efforts and measures the efficacy of those efforts in terms of improved crime reduction outcomes
Incorporates outputs from these platforms to develop and conduct daily crime briefings for department personnel, including police officers, supervisors, and command staff members
Develops, implements, monitors, and revises daily and hourly resource deployment strategies to impact violent crime, by utilizing reporting tools and analytical processes to develop resource deployment recommendations for oral and written presentation
Develops strategies and methods and follows established departmental and legal procedures in collecting, organizing and charting criminal justice information and using this information to develop, implement, and measure the impact of crime reduction initiatives
Develops analytical tools and procedures to identify potential leading indicators for future violence and creates processes for monitoring the impact of crime intervention strategies
Enhances officer understanding of focused crime deterrence missions by assisting with determining the who/when/where/why behind crime patterns
Provides assistance with the introduction and implementation of new tools and strategies in support of crime reduction strategies, further supporting department members in the use of data and analytics to inform strategic deployment of resources
Prepares detailed research and analysis of criminal justice information, by analyzing data, writing reports, etc., to develop links between criminals and crime groups, or patterns of criminal activity for use by law enforcement personnel, City departments and other outside agencies
Researches, compiles and organizes criminal justice information and statistics using various database systems, Internet searches, and other sources to support investigations (e.g., investigative interviews, academic research, and newspapers)
Utilizes predictive software such as HunchLab and other place and person-based risk models to inform and evaluate crime intervention strategies and recommend improvements to these tools based on their performance
Analyzes and evaluates criminal justice information and data received from a variety of sources (e.g., local, state and federal law enforcement agencies, databases, public records) to assess the reliability of sources and the validity of content
Applies inductive and deductive reasoning in analyzing data, and translates into viable criminal justice information for use in investigations and other law enforcement purposes
Prepares graphic presentations of data (e.g., charts, graphs, and matrices), presenting criminal justice information with organized facts and statistics to provide investigative leads to suspects, crimes or criminal organizations
Authors and prepares for distribution various informational bulletins and other informational materials related to office safety alerts, briefings and other law enforcement messages and alerts
Compiles investigative information case files and packets on specific criminal cases such as murders and shootings
Designs, uses and maintains databases and software applications, such as geographic information systems (GIS) and artificial intelligence tools
Provides oral briefings, court testimony and other presentations and trainings on analytical products and techniques
Responds to requests for information and acts as a liaison with law enforcement organizations and agencies for the purpose of information sharing, community policing, and crime prevention strategies
Stays abreast of current events and activities and participates in seminars, webinars and other activities for professional development purposes
Conducts training for various department members on the use of analytics tools and processes to improve officer effectiveness
Represents the department at various meetings and conferences and assists with special analytics projects, as required
NOTE: The list of essential duties is not intended to be inclusive; there may be other duties that are essential to particular positions within the class.

LOCATION: Various Chicago Police Department Districts

SHIFT: Assignment duty hours may be any time. Chicago Police Department operates
twenty-four (24) hours a day.


This position requires applicants to complete an interview. The interviewed candidate(s) possessing the qualifications best suited to fulfill the responsibilities of the position will be selected.

Education & Employment Verification - Please be advised that if you are selected to be hired you must provide, upon request, adequate information regarding your educational and employment history as it relates to the qualifications of the position for which you are applying. If you received your degree internationally, all international transcripts/diploma must be accompanied by a Foreign Credential Evaluation. If the City of Chicago cannot verify this information, any offer extended to you will be withdrawn and you will not be hired.

NOTE: Candidates must pass a background investigation, drug screen and other pre-employment procedures as determined by the Chicago Police Department.

VETERANS PREFERENCE NOTE: The City of Chicago offers Veterans Preference to both current, active military personnel AND military personnel who have served in the Armed Forces of the United States and have received an honorable or general discharge. Eligible candidates must have at least six months of active duty documented. In order to receive the veterans preference, candidates need to indicate whether or not they are a veteran by answering "yes" or "no" to the question on the online application that asks, "Are you currently serving on active duty for at least six months in the Armed Forces of the United States OR have you served in the Armed Forces of the United States on active duty for at least six months and received an honorable or general discharge?" In addition, you must attach documentation to verify your military service. For veterans, you must attach a copy of your DD214 (Member Copy-4) to your online application which includes character of service status OR a letter from the United States Veterans Administration on official stationary stating dates of service and character of service. For active military personnel, you must attach a letter from your Commanding Officer on official stationary verifying your active duty, length of service, and character of service in the Armed Forces of the United States AND a copy of your military ID to your online application. Failure to answer the question and attach the required documentation will result in you not being considered for the Veterans Preference.

Evaluation: Your initial evaluation will be based on information provided on the application form and documents submitted with the application. Applications must be submitted by the individual applicant. No second party applications will be accepted.

RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT: All employees of the City of Chicago must be actual residents of the City of Chicago as outlined in 2-152-050 of the City of Chicago Municipal Code. Proof of residency will be required.

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Ad Title: DigitalStakeout Intelligence Analyst
Location: Atlanta (Alpharetta), Georgia
Post Date: 08/01/17
Contact: Jamie Roush
City: Alpharetta
State: GA
Zip: 30022
Phone (W): 470-234-1524
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DigitalStakeout, digital risk intelligence company, located in Atlanta (Alpharetta), Georgia seeks Intelligence Analyst for immediate hire.

DigitalStakeout is a Software as a Service (SaaS) that performs analysis of Internet data to detect threats and vulnerabilities to brands, customers and employees. We are a team of experienced professionals in big data, data science, cyber security, and risk management. DigitalStakeout has pioneered technology and methodologies that have defined how to detect & mitigate digital risk by analyzing social, deep, and dark web data.

Monitor social, deep and dark web w/ DigitalStakeout tools for threats to customers
Curate and support the maintenance of DigitalStakeout knowledge-base.
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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: Investigative Analyst
Location: Boston, MA.
Post Date: 07/14/17
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: Open Source Analyst
Location: Peoria, IL
Post Date: 07/19/17
City: Peoria, IL
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VERITAM inc. is looking for a full-time, Open Source Analyst to work on Assurance Supply Chain and Travel Risk Management programs for a major global manufacturer company located in Peoria, IL. The OSINT analyst participates as a team member conducting planning, analysis and assessment of enterprise (COTS) and (GOTS) OSINT solutions, will access, categorize, evaluate, integrate, and analyze data, information, and knowledge from multiple sources in support of the mission objectives, priorities, or exigent operational needs.

The Analyst will conduct both tactical and strategic analysis in support of multiple department operations. Perform quantitative and qualitative analysis of data (to include subscribed, information and finished intelligence, open source, social media, community characteristics, demographic reports, etc.) to identify temporal and spatial patterns, trends, and correlations amongst data sets; to identify, weather, political, economic and criminal concerns.
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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: Senior Crime Intelligence Analyst, Smyrna Police
Location: Smyrna, GA
Post Date: 07/19/17
State: GA
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The purpose of this position is to supervise the Crime Intelligence Section while compiling reports and conducting routine analysis of intelligence data regarding criminal activity in the City and surrounding areas in order to help identify trends and patterns in support of law enforcement officials.

Essential Job Duties

Oversees the retrieval and analysis of various crimes, calls for service, arrests and other data generated throughout the Police Department
Responsible for planning, developing, administering, implementing, and promoting a wide variety of activities related to the implementation and on-going activities of the Crime Intelligence Unit.
Develops and fosters relationships with local community groups and businesses in accordance with department objectives.
Collects crime reports data, arrest data, field interview card data, intelligence reports and other crime related data to forecast crime patterns; conducts routine analysis of crime patterns, series, and trends using chronological, and geographic measures and statistical methods

Collects, collates, analyzes, and presents detailed crime statistical reports; generates reports of crime trends and patterns.

Inputs, accesses, and queries data in various City computer systems, including Geographic Information Systems, Computer Aided Dispatch, Police Record Systems, Georgia and National Crime Information Center files, and other systems.

Provides information to, and acts as liaison for crime analysis data with other criminal justice personnel within the department and other police agencies regarding mutual or similar crimes.

Researches, compiles, and reports information in support of traffic control and criminal investigations; compiles routine background and history information to assist investigators (e.g. telephone and financial records, historical and biographical data, etc.).

Responsible for training and mentoring junior staff members, and reviewing, assigning, and ensuring the completion of information requests.
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Ad Title: SFPD Crime Analyst I -1822 Administrative Analyst
Location: San Francisco, CA
Post Date: 08/14/17
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The Crime Analyst I  incorporates research methodologies, statistical analysis, data analysis, forecasting, trending  and GIS mapping strategies that result in the development, preparation and compilation of crime trends and patterns to disseminate information through a variety of reports  and makes recommendations related to potential crimes, location of future crimes, possible suspects and forecasting of future criminal events. This journey level position requires an individual with a range of skills including technical ability, analytical thinking, and interpersonal skills. It requires appropriate handling of sensitive information, multi-tasking and prioritization skills. In all areas self-initiative and innovative thinking are preferred and encouraged.
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Ad Title: Special Agent, SLED - ALPR Coordinator, SC Fusion Center
Location: Richland County, SC
Post Date: 09/21/17
State: SC
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STATE SALARY RANGE: $39,960 - $73,935 Annually

NORMAL WORK SCHEDULE: Work week will be 43 hours, Monday - Friday, and subject to emergency call 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT: Yes. Must live in or be willing to relocate to Charleston, Berkeley, or Dorchester County.


SLED operates a vacancy driven system. Applicants are required to submit a separate application for each position in which he/she desires consideration. Conditional selection based on candidate education, training, experience, oral interviews and clearance of background investigation.


General Responsibility:
Under limited supervision, function as a SLED Agent/Analyst and ALPR Coordinator for the SC Fusion Center, while working out of the Interagency Operation Center (IOC).

Specific Duties:
Operate in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment using a variety of databases and search tools to support federal, state and local law enforcement. Assist with multi-agency, multi-jurisdictional operations.

Perform training, presentations and analysis as requested and as needed. Continue the ALPR program and maintain statistics for partnering agencies. Handle requests from federal, state, and local jurisdictions. Assist with multi-jurisdictional operations conducted on the port and on the water.

Provide related duties in support of criminal investigations and general law enforcement duties as required. Assist in joint operations with Fusion Center partners.

Coordinate and conduct training on the ALPR to federal, state and local law enforcement. Record and maintain all statistical data in regards to ALPR equipment as per DHS requirements.

Work independently, or as part of a team or task force, gather information related to specific criminal, terrorist, or administrative investigations, and disseminate the information in an effective and efficient manner.

Act as a liaison for the SC Fusion Center and the IOC.

Perform various support tasks relating to criminal intelligence, missing person matters, and/or regulatory services. Perform other related duties as required.

This position involves critical duties and responsibilities that must continue to be performed during crisis situations and contingency operations. Responsiveness may require certain special considerations, such as extended overnight travel and rotational hours of work.


Knowledge in the maritime field.


All applicants must complete the on-line State application to include all current and previous work history and education. A resume will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application nor will it be used to determine if an applicant has met the qualifications for the position.

Supplemental questions are considered part of the official application. Any misrepresentation of yourself will disqualify you from the position.

A copy of the Division's EEOP Utilization Report is available upon request.
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Ad Title: Visiting Assistant Professor of Intelligence Studies
Location: Mercyhurst University
Post Date: 08/07/17
City: Erie
State: PA
Zip: 16546
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Job Description

Mercyhurst University in Erie, PA, invites applications for two one-year visiting assistant professorships in the Department of Intelligence Studies of the Ridge College of Intelligence Studies and Applied Sciences for the 2018-2019 academic year. The first of the two positions at the Erie campus begins spring semester 2018 and the other, fall semester 2018. Each position is a one-year appointment. Both have the possibility of renewal as a full-time tenure-track faculty position.

Job Summary

Successful candidates will teach introductory and applied courses in intelligence analysis at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and have the opportunity to teach and manage undergraduate or graduate courses and projects in two or more of the following areas:

Strategic Intelligence
Writing/Intelligence Briefing
Introduction to Intelligence
Military Intelligence
National Security
Competitive Intelligence
Leadership in Intelligence
Geospatial intelligence
Law Enforcement Intelligence
Anti-money laundering analysis for financial institutions

In addition to instruction, duties will include curriculum development, service to the profession, and participation in University and Ridge College activities including student mentoring, development of internship and employment opportunities, and grant or contractual work with the Ridge College’s Institute. The selected candidate must demonstrate a commitment to teaching excellence, continued learning in their field, academic scholarship, and public scholarship.

The Ridge College of Intelligence Studies and Applied Sciences brings together complementary academic disciplines that stress critical thinking, data analysis and collaborative decision-making. Serving as a Center of Excellence for distance and online learning, the Ridge College takes the lead in exploring, designing and developing new ways to deliver professional education. A Ridge College education helps make sense of the complex behaviors of people, organizations and governments through the application of principles, theories and technologies in innovative and exciting ways. More information on the Ridge College of Intelligence Studies and Applied Sciences at Mercyhurst University is available at
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