A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be included as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should outline skills and experience that directly relate to the position.
The hiring process will measure the following competencies:
Leadership • Valuing Diversity and Inclusion
Decision Making • Communication
Problem Solving • Teamwork
Building Trust • Motivation
Work Ethic • Integrity
Customer Service • Adaptability
Candidates will be required to submit a video presentation answering pre-screening questions through a third party vendor (no cost to applicant).
The University of Michigan Police Department-Ann Arbor is seeking a Crime Analyst/Assistant Records Manager for the Division of Public Safety and Security. Under general supervision, and working closely with the Criminal Investigations Unit and the DPSS Strategic Communications and Intelligence Coordinator, this person researches and analyzes law enforcement data; performs statistical and clerical activities such as the maintenance of statistical charts and graphs and the tabulating and coordinating the results of statistical studies to assist operational and suppression of criminal activities.
This role requires an excellent grasp of statistical methodologies, the ability to develop working hypotheses based on complex data, and close collaboration with law enforcement personnel to enact crime prevention and proactive policing strategies. Provides support and is the program manager for the in-car and body worn camera systems. This position provides back up to the Records Manager by performing duties that include reviewing and maintaining criminal and non-criminal reports, department arrest logs, and other department record files in compliance with state law and department/DPSS policies. This position deals with confidential and sensitive information which may include disturbing images/and or audio.
This position reports to the Records Manager. Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Maintains real-time intelligence to facilitate the exchange of intelligence information to first responders
Works closely in presenting this information with Strategic Communications and the Strategic Intelligence Coordinator
Facilitates custom mapping requests
Performing more complex statistical tasks involved in the compilation and analysis of statistical data and the preparation and presentation of such data to be used in connection with or as the basis for reports.
Performs necessary research, criminal and intelligence data analysis to further assist the department in solving the occurrence and or prevention of future crimes.
Compiles and analyzes criminal and intelligence data according to location, time, special characteristics and other distinguishing features to locate and identify patterns and trends of crimes, criminals and criminal and terrorist organizations
Develops crime prevention strategies
Reviews and redact in-car and body worn camera footage
Applies updates to camera server, in-car video, and BWCs as necessary
Manages interview room camera server and footage
Communicates professionally through business letters, E-mail and phone, using independent judgement
Other duties as assigned
Essential Functions and Responsibilities
Display proficiency in office information technology
Able to handle sensitive/graphic items
Demonstrate advanced typing and use of spreadsheets
Interact with the public in a respectful and courteous manner
Professional verbal and written communication skills
Possess strong organizational skills in order to maintain accurate records and filing systems
Take the initiative to utilize new programs and technology to improve job performance and efficiency
Maintain effective, positive working relationships with the public and fellow employees
Possess excellent time management skills and the ability to multitask and prioritize work
Identify project related problems and implement solutions
Possess the ability to work independently and as a part of a team
Associate’s degree in Intelligence Analysis, Criminal Justice, Cyber Security or other related field
Minimum of 3 years of general office experience
Working knowledge of Google Suite, Microsoft Office Suite including Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Outlook and Adobe Acrobat computer programs. Other programs utilized are the Statewide Records Management System (SRMS), Courts and Law Enforcement Management Information System (CLEMIS), Law Enforcement Information Network (LEIN), Evidence Tracker.
Considerable knowledge of state and federal law
Demonstrated leadership and creative problem solving skills with strong attention to detail
Ability to present ideas and recommendations to peers and management
Excellent written and oral communication skills and ability to interact with diverse populations
The proven ability to initiate and maintain productive and collaborative relationships with internal and external constituencies and diverse audiences
History of working effectively as part of a team
Ability to develop and motivate others
Ability to maintain sensitive information in strictest confidence
Supports diverse viewpoints to build an inclusive and cohesive team
Ability to work independently, multitask and prioritize assignments and deadlines
Knowledge of GIS Software (examples-ArcView, CrimeMap Pro)
Knowledge of Data Visualization Software (examples-Signal, PROVE)
Previous experience working in a law enforcement setting
An extensive background and criminal checks will be conducted.
All members of the Division of Public Safety and Security (DPSS) are considered Campus Security Authorities (CSA’s) under the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. As such, you are required to report Clery reportable offenses that come to your attention. DPSS employees are required to complete Clery Compliance training with the first 14 days of employment and annually thereafter.
The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Internal Number: 191558
About University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
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