US Government, Police Department
This is a professional position evaluating, analyzing, and disseminating police/crime/agency data, as well as direct supervision to those assigned providing similar crime and data analysis. Under the general supervision of the Police Director of Data, Innovation and Reform, work involves the exercise of independent judgement, project management, and research related to crime and data analysis.
This position addresses and manages internal requests and needs for crime and data analysis, as well as ad hoc requests from other city agencies, external law enforcement agencies, community stakeholders, and supplies data and analysis for grant applications, and the general public. This work is accomplished utilizing or directing the use of various query tools and methods, directing or applying analysis procedures and techniques, GIS mapping, formally organizing and developing charts/documents/etc., and establishing and fostering communication channels internally and externally.
This position is expected to provide the needed supervision to the Crime and Data Analysis team to ensure timely, relevant and pertinent information both internally and externally, and coordinate with City and Agency IT. The position will support crime reductions models (e.g. Problem-Oriented Policing, Evidence-based Policing, and Stratified Policing). The position requires the ability to manage and exercise judgment and discretion when faced with multiple competing tasks; communicate effectively both verbally and in writing; to clearly communicate complex data analysis methods and findings to both professional and lay audiences; listen effectively and participate effectively in a team environment. The position is responsible for developing and leading presentations related to crime reduction strategies the agency uses.
Employees may be eligible for loan forgiveness through the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.