Job Postings


  • 03 Mar 2021 12:22 PM | Jillian Goshin (Administrator)
    • County of San Diego, CA
    • Regular - Full time - $67,288.00 - $89,980.80 Annually
    • Category: Law Enforcement / Investigative / Criminology
    • Department: Sheriff
    The County of San Diego is looking for highly qualified applicants for the position of Crime & Intelligence Analyst.  The Crime & Intelligence Analyst classification is used in both the Sheriff's Department and the District Attorney's office.  The current vacancies are allocated to the Sheriff's Department and District Attorney's Office.

    Crime & Intelligence Analysts compile, independently analyze, evaluate, correlate, and disseminate crime data, crime reports, and other criminal intelligence information provided by local, State, and Federal law enforcement agencies relative to general criminal activities.

    To review the complete job description, including minimum qualifications, examples of duties, essential functions, etc., please click here.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

    1. A bachelor's degree from an accredited U.S. college or university, or a certified foreign studies equivalency in criminal justice, public administration, business administration, or a closely related field, AND, two (2) years of full time experience in a Crime Analysis Unit, Crime Prevention Unit, or Law Enforcement Unit in the collection, analysis, and presentation of complex crime data; OR,
    2. An associate's degree from an accredited U.S. college or university, or a certified foreign studies equivalency AND a certificate in crime and/or intelligence analysis or related field; AND, three (3) years of full time experience in a Crime Analysis Unit, Crime Prevention Unit, or Law Enforcement Unit in the collection, analysis, and presentation of complex crime data.

    Click here for job details.

    Posting closes Saturday, March 6, 2021 @ 11:59PM Pacific.

  • 09 Feb 2021 9:04 AM | Dana Boss (Administrator)

    The Crime Analyst Technician is a non-sworn civilian classification, which does not require Peace Officer status, training or responsibility. Individuals in this classification are uniformed members of the Sheriff's Department and are assigned to work field operation crime scenes and work under the supervision of the Property and Evidence/Identification Unit Manager. The Crime Analyst Technician is responsible for collecting, photographing, lifting and processing fingerprints, as well as many other crime scene related tasks. This position requires ongoing training and incumbents are expected to obtain certification through the International Association for Identification.

    The individual assigned to field services operates at headquarters, in the field and at various custodial facilities. The incumbent is expected to collect and preserve evidence used in the prosecution of criminals; operate photographic equipment; identify persons through fingerprints; prepare and identify criminal identification records; be computer literate; and perform other duties as assigned. Incumbents will work outdoors in all types of weather and various terrains. The incumbent may work around decomposing bodies, biohazards and scenes where violent crimes have occurred. Incumbents may be assigned to work ten-hour shifts. 

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  • 09 Feb 2021 9:02 AM | Dana Boss (Administrator)

    The City of Santa Maria is a full-service City with a City Council/City Manager form of government with over 700 employees, an annual budget of approximately $222 million for FY 2019-20 and serves approximately 108,000 constituents. The City of Santa Maria is located on the beautiful central coast of California and covers over 23 square miles. The City has a harmonious balance of maintaining coastal and agricultural lands while promoting business. Santa Maria has been recognized nationally as an All-America City by the National Civic League and offers reasonably priced housing, community festivals, quality schools, and is in close proximity to beaches, cultural arts, a local airport, wineries, and higher education institutions. Under general direction of assigned supervisor, collects, analyzes, and presents crime, offender, demographic, and related data used in allocating and deploying police department resources. Supervision is not normally a responsibility of this classification, but may act as lead worker for temporarily assigned employees, or special projects.

    The Crime Analyst position is an Individual Contributor role that provides crime data for decision making. Their role enables the Santa Maria Police Department to use crime data to anticipate community needs and provide high quality and efficient public safety services to residents.

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  • 08 Feb 2021 5:28 PM | Jillian Goshin (Administrator)

    Do you enjoy collecting and analyzing data; and preparing and presenting insightful crime analysis reports and documents?  Do you want to support the Richmond Police Department’s community engagement, crime prevention and law enforcement efforts?
     
    Consider joining the Richmond Police Department family for a fulfilling civilian professional career with a law enforcement agency that is strengthened by the community it serves.
     
    As a member of the Crime Analysis Section, you will play an integral role in all aspects of department operations and investigations by analyzing and evaluating data to aid in the deployment of Police resources throughout the City and increase the effectiveness of police operations in relation to the Department's goals and strategies.

    Application is open until the position is filled.

    Click here to apply!

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