Purpose of the role:
To deliver insight and value to the organisation in understanding the threat, risks and vulnerabilities that are identified through intelligence and investigations. To provide futures insight from the organisational memory and identify opportunities and requirements for the organisation.
* To assist in current intelligence operations by researching, collating and analysing information from all relevant sources, and providing recommendations to senior managers or senior investigation officers.
* To assist in the development of intelligence collection plans to ensure the effective communication of these to operational officers.
* To develop and maintain knowledge of current intelligence together with crime trends and patterns relevant to the force.
* To utilise their subject matter knowledge to advise upon and recommend likely targets or pathways of resolution from their analysis to senior officers.
* To communicate findings, inference and hypothesis.
* To contribute to a system of governance, to deliver a clear and integrated approach to tackling crime and vulnerability threats across the organisation
* Provide advice and interpret policies, legislation and practice to ensure internal customers are fully aware of all relevant facts to support informed decision making
* Prepare briefing notes and deliver clear presentations where appropriate ensuring that the medium used is suitable for the audience.
* To liaise with staff across the force and other agencies to obtain and/or disseminate information, and actively participate in meetings.
* To interpret and work with investigators to retrieve and shape complex information/data from crime scenes for inclusions in analysis and reports
* To undertake all analytical functions in preparation of National Intelligence Model products, in accordance with the Analysis Authorised Professional Practice guidance set by the College of Policing.
* To prepare evidence, attend court and give evidence in support of crime investigations
* Perform regular dip samples for data quality, including evaluation information and its risk where appropriate (such as the use of the National Intelligence Record [5x5x5])
* Work towards and support the Intelligence Professionalisation programme. Gain accreditation by completing the National Occupational Standards (NOS) for the role and inclusion on the National Professionals Register with the College of Policing.
Change Management & Delivery
* Be able to switch between tactical, operational and strategic roles to fulfil the analytical needs of the organisation.
Monitor & Evaluate
* Provide detailed analysis to assist the organisational understanding of multiple facets of crime and vulnerability threats.
* Provide effective horizon and environmental scanning products. Achieved through proactive scanning research, and subsequent analysis of research
Experiences you will need
* Experience of research and analytical processes.
* To be able to collate, evaluate, structure and process data to identify patterns, series, similarities and discrepancies within a variety of information types.
* Be able to employ brainstorming or horizon scanning techniques to identify a range of hypotheses and scenarios.
* Understand and identify the impact of Unconscious bias on analytical outcomes.
* Evidence a good understanding of the requirements of the National Intelligence Model (NIM)
* Articulate and able to discuss and negotiate complex and difficult issues
* Experience of critical and strategic thinking
* You must be of graduate level in relevant subject or equivalent qualification or experience within a similar environment
* Experience of working with large, complex datasets
* Experience of working to tight timescales
* In depth understanding and ability to apply relevant legislation (i.e ECHR, RIPA, Data Protection).
* At least three years analytical experience. Having attained a basic analyst practitioner qualification from a law enforcement agency.
* Knowledge of current crime threat trends and organisational, policy issues relevant to policing.
* Knowledge of Cybercrime and the security risk from Social media & emerging technologies as well as methods to exploit Social Media Intelligence and open source.
* Knowledge of Communications Data Analysis and its value to driving and directing investigations
* To be able to design and construct databases
* Experience of the use of statistical and risk models
* Understand the practical distinctions between analysis, policy and decision-making.
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