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Intelligence Analyst

  • Job reference: MC/535
  • Location: Grays, Essex
  • Job type: All
  • Area of Expertise: Corporate Services
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Job description: Service Care Solutions are looking for an Intelligence Analyst to work on a full-time contract with a local authority in Grays, Essex.

The purpose of the role is to provide high level analytical investigation to operational criminal investigators to assist in the prevention, targeting, disruption and detection of crime. Use analytical techniques to create intelligence products to inform relevant strategic and tactical planning to the standard defined within the National Intelligence Model, utilising partner agencies to prevent crime and corruption

Responsibilities:

1. To work with colleagues to achieve service plan objectives/targets.

2. To participate in One to One Performance Development Reviews and contribute to the identification of your own and team development needs.

3. To actively promote the Council's Equal Opportunity Policy and Diversity Strategy and observe the standard of conduct which prevents discrimination taking place.

4. To ensure full compliance with the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974, the Council's Health and Safety Policy and all locally agreed safe methods of work.

5. To fully understand, and be aware of, the Council's commitment to the Section 17 Duty of the Crime & Disorder Act 1998 to prevent crime and disorder.

6. At the discretion of the Head of Service, such other activities as may from time to time may be agreed consistent with the nature of the job described above

Accountabilities:

1. Analyse a wide range of data from a variety of sources for sensitive and complex investigations in respect of incidents affecting local authorities and other public authorities.
2. Analyse the activities of individuals, groups and organisations through the application of recognised analytical techniques and methodology.
3. Present the results of analysis in the appropriate format and produce a report to accompany analytical products. Evaluate the significance of patterns and trends.
4. Analyse information to identify how the criminal groups operate individually and within a network. Include subject's lifestyle, technical expertise, systems and procedures employed and how they select their victim.
5. Ascertain the significance of the problem or subject and provide an understanding of the strengths, weaknesses, scale and seriousness of the threat posed.
6. Analyse data to identify discrepancies and highlight information gaps in order that resources can be focused to meet the intelligence requirement. Expose any information or evidence gaps which, if not revealed may jeopardise the success of an investigation. Re-evaluate current data and continually update charts and reports to take into account new intelligence.

Knowledge:
*Previous experience working as an intelligence officer or analyst
*Sound practical knowledge of all investigative legislation relevant to the provision of a national (England, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland) investigative capability.
*Knowledge of the National Intelligence Model and how it works in practice.
*Ability to develop and forge relationships with other agencies creating opportunities for joint working where applicable.

If you are interested, please ring Martin Cookson on 01772 208962