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Position: Crime Analyst
Department / Division: Public Safety
Pay: Starting Annualized Salary: $38,544.00

Position Details:   Applications may be submitted :
In person at the Gladstone Department of Public Safety, 7010 N. Holmes Street, Gladstone, MO.
Via the City web site: https://www.gladstone.mo.us
POSITION OPEN UNTIL FILLED. NO RESUMES WILL BE ACCEPTED. 
For further information, please call 816-423-4021. THIS IS A DRUG FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT. EOE.

Minimum Requirements:   Must have high school diploma or equivalent; 1 to 2 years experience with data analysis preferred; must have valid drivers license with acceptable driving record; ability to pass criminal background, must possess strong communication skills and customer service skills both written and verbal; must have good understanding of math principles; must have basic computer skills.

Contact: Katherine Roberts   816-423-4025   katheriner@gladstone.mo.us

Overland Park Police Department: Intern-Crime Analysis
Location: Sanders Justice Center
Regular/Temporary: Temporary
Pay Rate: $10.00/hr
Normal Work Schedule: 20 to 40 hrs/week, Jan 7th-May 3rd, 2019
Application Deadline: November 7th, 2018

The City of Overland Park has a seasonal Crime Analyst Intern position available in the Police Department. 

Responsibilities:  The Overland Park Police Department Crime Analyst Internship Program is designed to allow the opportunity to learn the Crime Analysis job and how it is an integral part of the Police Department. They will collect and analyze information regarding calls for service, officer activity and reported crime. The Intern produces a weekly warrant report, FIF summary report, arrest report, student contact report, and monthly Oak Park Mall summary, or CAD/CFS summary from a query in MS Access. Researches in ILeads, KCJIS or JIMS to obtain photographs to accompany reports. Creates summaries of narratives and supplements from ILeads. Saves reports in the proper format and distributes. Reads informational reports and compares to crime reports. Processes information regarding registered sex offenders and maintains a log of offenders. Researches in ILEADS and online for stolen property and photographs. Scans and indexes documents and photographs.  

Requirements:  High school graduate or possession of GED Certificate.  Access to the Kansas Criminal Justice Information System (KCJIS) is required, so the following KCJIS requirements apply: Must be at least 18 years of age; and must have not been convicted of a felony or serious misdemeanor.  General clerical computer experience preferred. Advanced computer skills preferred. No City residency requirement. 

Must successfully pass polygraph, police background check, physical exam and drug screen. 


Resources

Other Associations:
  • AACA - Arizona Association of Crime Analysts
  • CCAA - Colorado Crime Analysis Association
  • CCIAA - California Crime and Intelligence Analysts Association
  • IACA - International Association of Crime Analysts
  • IACP - International Association of Chiefs of Police
  • IALEIA - International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts
  • FCIAA - Florida Crime and Intelligence Analysts Association
  • PERF - Police Executive Research Forum
  • MACA - Massachusetts Association of Crime Analysts
  • MACIA - Minnesota Association of Criminal Intelligence Analysts
  • NORCAN - Northwest Regional Crime Analyst Network
  • TALEA - Tennessee Association of Law Enforcement Analysts
  • VCAN - Virginia Crime Analysis Network
Government Associations:
  • COPS Office - Community Oriented Policing Office
  • POP Center - Center for Problem Oriented Policing
  • FBI UCR - Uniform Crime Reporting
  • BJA - Bureau of Justice Assistance