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Under the general direction of the Supervisor, Crime Analysis Unit, the Crime and Intelligence Analyst performs advanced functions in collecting, collating, analyzing and disseminating intelligence relevant to actual and anticipated criminal activity.
The Crime and Intelligence Analyst supports police decision-making by providing highly detailed analytical information to Police Officers, Investigators, Administration and Command Staff. The Crime and Intelligence Analyst contributes to intervention efforts as well as supporting the investigative functions of the Winnipeg Police Service by identifying and analyzing emergent crime patterns, trends and series. The Crime and Intelligence Analyst participates in the development and maintenance of crime analysis software that track the frequency, geographic factors, victims, targets, suspect descriptors, chronological information, vehicle descriptions, modus operandi factors and physical evidence information related to criminal occurrences.
As the Crime and Intelligence Analyst you will:
- Perform analysis of information to support criminal and social disorder investigations. Analysis performed may include spatial, statistical and trend/pattern analysis, among other methods.
- Produce specialized analytical products such as association charts, crime maps, linkage analysis and suspect profiles.
- Produce analytical products and documentation for court actions. This may include bail hearings, criminal trials, parole hearings and requests for warrants. Incumbents may be asked to appear in court as fact witnesses or expert witnesses to support the aforementioned information.
- Conduct research, compile and analyze statistics and provide recommendations on possible courses of investigation or action.
- Liaise with external law enforcement agencies.
- Provide training, briefings and presentations when required.
- Other duties as assigned
Your education and qualifications include:
- Undergraduate University Degree, in a related field (must include Research Methodology, and/or Statistics)
*IMPORTANT: Applicants who have been educated outside of Canada must have education which is comparable to the minimum qualification in Canada. Applicants submitting foreign credentials require an official academic assessment report issued by a recognized Canadian assessment service** at application.
- Master's Degree in Criminology or Sociology an asset
- Crime Analysis Certificate an asset
- Criminal Intelligence Certificate an asset
- 36 months relevant experience in one or more of the following:
- Intelligence or crime analysis
- Analysis in fraud, investigative, risk management, communications or similar field
- Applied research and data analysis in police, government or other public or private agency
- Courses in Crime and/or Intelligence Analysis an asset
- Courses in Geographical Information Systems an asset
- Proficient in Windows-based business computer skills - Excel (intermediate level)
- Ability to use computer databases, quantitative and qualitative methodology, electronic spreadsheets, desktop publishing, word processing statistical applications such as SPSS and GIS, to manipulate, analyze and present data
- Knowledge and courses in SQL an asset
- Experience working with Geospatial Information System software an asset
- Ability to work with social media platforms
- Demonstrated ability to perform spatial, strategic and tactical analysis
- Demonstrated ability to conduct statistical evaluation of data
- Possess strong research and analytical skills
- Demonstrated ability to deal discreetly with confidential matters
- Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain a positive, respectful, safe and healthy work environment that supports the physical, psychological and social working relationships with members at all levels in a team environment
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships effectively explain advanced concepts to team members, users, and clients
- Ability to work independently and under minimal supervision and address ad-hoc challenges
- Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing
- Demonstrated ability to deliver professional presentations
- prior understanding of police operations and administration would be an asset
- Willingness and ability to successfully complete additional training as required and identified by Service
Conditions of employment:
- Ability to successful complete job-related testing as administered by the Service
- Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident
- 18 years of age
- Ability to meet and maintain the standards of a Winnipeg Police Service level 4 security and background check (reviewed every five years)
- No involvement in any criminal activity within the last two years (including illegal drugs)
- No criminal record for which a Pardon has not been granted
Online applications can be submitted at http://www.winnipeg.ca/hr/.
For instructions on how to apply and how to attach required documents please refer to our FAQ's or contact 311. The City of Winnipeg uses the Korn Ferry Leadership Architect Competency Model as part of the recruitment process.
The salary range for this position is $3,373.74 - $3,946.80 bi-weekly.
For information on the Recruitment Process, please visit the Winnipeg Police Service recruiting website.
We have great benefits and competitive salaries, and we are committed to ongoing learning and career development!
WE SEEK DIVERSITY IN OUR WORKPLACE. INDIGENOUS PERSONS, WOMEN, VISIBLE MINORITIES, AND PERSONS WITH A DISABILITY ARE ENCOURAGED TO SELF-DECLARE.
Only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. Requests for Reasonable Accommodation will be accepted during the hiring process.
Job Type: Full-time