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COMMUNICATIONS AND STATISTICS MANAGER
University of Massachusetts Police Department
The University of Massachusetts/Amherst invites applicants for the position of Communications and
Statistics Manager. The Communications and Statistics Manager will report to the Deputy Chief of
Operations and function as a civilian member of the University of Massachusetts Amherst Police
Department Command Staff. The manager will be responsible for the management, control,
supervision, and efficiency and effectiveness of the Communications Center, for providing timely
and accurate information and crime mapping for action at command staff meetings and completion
of the Annual Security Report (ASR-Clery) in compliance with federally mandated requirements.
The individual appointed to this position supervises 12 Communications Dispatchers.
Qualifications: Bachelor degree in criminal justice or related field (or equivalent combination of
related education and training) and five years’ experience in the field of law enforcement with at
least three of those years as a supervisor
1. Comprehensive knowledge of theories, principles, techniques, and practices of public
safety communications to include Computer Aided Dispatching. Working knowledge of
public safety operations.
2. Experience in conducting crime analysis functions to include preparation of statistical
reports, crime maps, and analytical charts or graphs which display crime patterns and
public safety incidents.
3. Must possess experience and ability to effectively lead and direct personnel under stressful
situations; ability to coordinate and concentrate skills to perform differing tasks
simultaneously; and ability to work independently and as part of a group effort.
4. Must be able to successfully complete background investigation.
5. Knowledge and experience in COMPSTAT, GIS mapping software applications, and Clery
Hiring Salary: $48,800-$61,200; Normal Starting Salary: $48,800-$55,000
PROFESSIONAL STAFF SALARY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM POSITION LEVEL 28
Please submit a letter summarizing relevant experience, a resume, and the names of three
references by May 3, 2013.
OFF CAMPUS APPLICATIONS ONLY: Send application material to: Search #R43510,
Employment Office, 167 Whitmore Administration Building, University of Massachusetts. Amherst,
THE UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS IS AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL
OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. WOMEN AND MEMBERS OF MINORITY GROUPS ARE
ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.
Vineland NJ Police Department
Crime Analyst Vacancy
The Vineland Police Department is seeking a Crime Analyst to track and communicate crime trends, develop resource allocation recommendations, and develop strategies and tactics that improve the department’s overall effectiveness.
The position will work closely with Services Division personnel, and other staff on a daily basis, to identify crime patterns and trends; analyze long term crime patterns and trends using probability studies and complex statistical analysis.
Conducts research and strategic crime analysis to identify crime patterns and trends; analyzes long term crime patterns and trends using probability studies and complex statistical analysis such as random samplings, correlation, and regression analysis; develops and tests hypotheses; develops victim and suspect profiles (e.g. physical or vehicle description profiles); forecasts future criminal activity.
Prepares strategic action plans; assists operations and management personnel in planning the deployment of resources for the prevention and suppression of criminal activity.
Makes written and oral presentations, often using charts and graphs, to inform officers, detectives, and supervisors of emerging or existing crime series, patterns, and trends, as well as suspect and victim profiles.
Conducts tactical crime analysis, identifying current crime series and hot spots; prepares tactical action plans.
Gathers data on criminal activity from other law enforcement agencies in order to study and analyze past and existing crime series, patterns, and trends; uses and maintains general and specialized computer applications in order to gather, categorize, and analyze crime data, as well as to assist in the dissemination of information pertinent to law enforcement.
Provides analysis specifically for the implementation of the Data Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety (DDACTS) initiative.
Utilizes intelligence analysis applications to develop comprehensive intelligence products based on a collection of information from multiple sources in order to identify organized crime activity and criminal enterprises.
Conducts crime and intelligence analysis of a highly confidential or sensitive nature.
Conducts complex analysis in the forms of telephone toll analysis, link charts, timelines, flow charts, financial/asset trace reports, investigative, strategic, and intelligence reports, mapping, and public records.
Education/Experience: A Baccalaureate Degree in any field emphasizing statistics, math, science, data analysis, public administration, criminal justice or other related field and two years’ experience performing statistical analysis and research including analyzing data, developing recommendations, implementing strategies and preparing reports of findings and recommendations is preferred.
Any equivalent combination of education and experience which would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities may be substituted for the minimum education and experience requirements.
Skills & Abilities: High level of proficiency with relational databases and spreadsheet applications including Access and Excel.
Ability to make presentations to Department members and other agencies using PowerPoint and other audio/visual aids.
Strong knowledge of statistics and reporting methods. Statistical applications such as SPSS and reporting software such as Crystal Reports are preferred.
Extensive working and/or academic experience with one or more geographic information system applications; experience using ESRI products.
Knowledge of DDACTS/CPTED/POP/COP concepts and familiarity with CAD and Records Management Systems is preferred.
The vacant position is a part-time, seasonal, grant funded position.
Appointees must be willing to work a varied shift, including evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays.
Successful candidates must complete a thorough background investigation, including fingerprint submissions.
Interested candidates should complete an initial application at the Personnel Office (5th Floor) of Vineland City Hall (640 E Wood St. Vineland, NJ 08360).
For additional information, contact Sgt. Christopher Fulcher at 856-691-4111 x4106, firstname.lastname@example.org.