As a law enforcement analyst the incumbent is

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As a Law Enforcement Analyst the incumbent is responsible for: Researches, designs and develops statistical and analytical products from a variety of police and other law enforcement data for purposes of reporting trends and patterns, as well as developing policy credentials. Data sources include but are not limited to crime, arrest, calls for service, population estimate and economic data. Develops analytical products and models using data science techniques and skills. Analytical products include, but not limited to, crime trend analyses, projections and forecasts, research papers, policy and program impact analyses, needs assessment, population studies and other analyses to support MPD's strategic agenda. Keeps abreast of national law enforcement policies and new program initiatives; networks with other agencies and explores other police agency's on-line documents. Collaborates with fellow crime analysis team members regularly to provide proactive and innovative solutions to complex analytical challenges related to law enfocement and crime trends. Prepares reports and presentations for Executive and Command Staff that outline the methodologies used for a particular analysis, explaining the results and providing recommendations. Use Geographic Information System (GIS) software to analyze crime trends and develop
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  • Summer '13
  • James
  • Visual Basic for Applications, Metropolitan Police Department

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