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Police Civilian Crime Analyst

City of Burlington, NC

Jan 3 2017
Open until filled
$41,746 - $68,890
Job Function
Analyst , Supervisor

Full Time

Related Topics

Public Safety
Job Location

267 W. Front St., Burlington, NC 27215






PO Box 1358
Burlington , NC 27216-1358

Form of Govt

Council-Manager (City)


Chief appointed official position was recognized by ICMA in 1945 as a Council-Manager position.

Burlington (Population 51,510) – Civilian Police Crime Analyst (Police Department)
Apply By: Open until filled
Starting Salary: $41,745+ DOQ.

The City of Burlington is seeking applicants for the position of Civilian Police Crime Analyst. An employee in this class is responsible for providing technical assistance to law enforcement personnel and the general public through the analysis of crime data and trends. The employee is responsible for maintaining a database of crime reports and creating graphs and maps; preparing accurate and concise reports and correspondence; conducting workload analysis; and collecting, compiling and analyzing data from a variety of sources to identify and evaluate crime series, trends and patterns. Work includes tracking and summarizing crime data to identify criminal offenders; conducting predictive, geospatial, and temporal analysis on collected data; preparing reports and charts based on this analysis. This employee also attends meetings (including evening meetings) to discuss and provide analysis and interpretation of data; conducts Uniform Crime Reporting and Incident Based Reporting training sessions for law enforcement and support personnel; prepares accurate and concise written correspondence and statistical reports; identifies crime and service call trends; conducts periodic workload analysis; and identifies safety concerns for department personnel and the public. Work is supervised by a police captain and is evaluated through direct observation and review and quality of work. A bachelor degree in criminal justice, statistics, or mathematics is desired in addition to some work experience in the area of statistical analysis and presentations involving criminal histories, patterns of crime, and other issues related to law enforcement or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Considerable knowledge and experience in police reporting systems; data entry and storage; data base management; data collection, cleaning, and reporting; and knowledge of computer-based operating systems preferred. The City of Burlington offers a comprehensive benefit package which includes health and dental insurance, paid sick and vacation leave, and retirement.

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