• Performed a variety of research and analytical tasks.
• Collected, compiled, validated, interpreted, and analyzed data and trends using standard practices and techniques of crime and/or law enforcement intelligence analysis.
• Performed statistical, spatial, and/or qualitative analyses using standard software packages.
• Worked on assignments that are moderately complex under direct or indirect supervision, where there is latitude for independent action and decision-making.
• Prepared and delivered reports and presentations of analytic results.
• Awarded 3rd place for Crime Mapping in the Analytical Product Contest from the International Association of Crime Analyst (IACA) during the IACA Conference in 2018.
- Crime Analyst at JOHN F FINN INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC SAFETY
- Kennel Technician, (part-time) at PETLAND
- Communication Specialist at SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
- Prepared Foods at WEGMANS
2 years, 8 months at this Job
- B.S. in Criminal Justice and Criminology - Criminal Justice
Oct 2013-Present Fresno Police Department Crime Analyst Unit
• Analyze crime reports looking for crime patterns/suspects
• Prepare reports for Command staff
• Prepare GIS maps displaying crime information
• Accessing CAD system/query information
• Assist Command staff/detectives/officers as needed
• Research/data mine information
• Prepare charts/graphs/statistical information
• Interact with other agencies
• Prepare bulletins
• Proficient with Excel, Word, Publisher, ArcGis, Access, Online searches, RMS, & CAD queries
Fresno Police Department Crime Analyst Unit
- Crime Analyst at Fresno Police Department
- Information Processor IV at Ventura County Sheriff's Office/Crime Analysis Unit
- Records Specialist II at Ventura County Sheriff's Office
- Child Nutrition Assistant at Ventura Unified School District
5 years, 10 months at this Job
- Associates of Science Degree
I began my career with the Colorado State Patrol in the Denver Communications Center and have successfully promoted five classifications in my time with the Patrol. While in dispatch I further enhanced my communication and multi-tasking skills while gaining a more complete understanding of the Patrol and its philosophies. I successfully qualified as a Certified Training Officer (C. T. O.) and participated in the Terrorism Liaison Program within my first year of employment; further expanding my knowledge and skill set. I moved into the administrative field in November of 2009 seeking to expand my career with the Patrol. As an Administrative Assistant I took the initiative to increase my skill set and knowledge base by self-training in Fiscal Rule and Policy and Procedure, as well as Project Management. I am certified and self sufficient in Grant Management and Budget Analysis, Statistical Research and Analysis, Project Management, National Incident Management Systems (NIMS) and Procurement and Capital Construction processes. I have asked for, and taken on extensive research tasks, and have successfully worked on, and acted as, Logistics Section Chief and Administrative Management Lead for committees and projects such as the Intelligence Led Policing Committee, Eight States Conference Committee, American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA) Committee, Inter-Agency Task Force for Drunk Driving (ITFDD) and US Pro Cycling Challenge Committee. Furthermore, I have the skilled knowledge of special events and the management of special events. I am currently employed as a Crime Analyst III specializing in criminal investigations, personal and asset research, data research, and investigative research techniques. I am proficient in programs such as CCIC/NCIC, TLO, ISO, CLEAR, and Colorado Courts.
- Crime Analyst III at Colorado State Patrol
13 years, 2 months at this Job
- Certificate - Criminal Justice/Victims Advocacy
Support partner local and state law enforcement agencies with investigations and crime statistics/ analysis.
Support partner local and state law enforcement agencies with investigations and crime statistics/ analysis.
- Research Crime Analyst at North Country Crime Analysis Center
- Intern at Rochester City Police Department
- Lifeguard at Northwest YMCA of Greater Rochester
- at PSU Forensics Club, University Park Campus
2 years, 11 months at this Job
- Bachelors - Criminology
- Crime Analyst Support Team (CAST) Team Lead o Leads an analytical support team (5 analysts) that provides assistance to all NYPD geographic analytical units (approximately 84 analytical units, 213 personnel) o Leads tactical, strategic, administrative, and intelligence analysis products and projects, formulates methodology, and gives direction to Level I & Level II analysts o Makes specific recommendations to executives on police responses and makes recommendations in crime strategy meetings and executive briefings o Identifies training needs for all analysis personnel. Supervises and trains subordinates or less experienced personnel o Provides input regarding technology needs and upgrades; identifies and advocates for additional data sources, data access, and analysis applications as needed - Crime Analyst, Level III o Performs complex, confidential, and sensitive research and analysis of crime data for designing tactical and operational initiatives as well as determining personnel and resource allocation o Applies various statistical methods to analysis based upon disparate data sources, utilizes advanced level queries and responds to current crime issues and policing priorities o Identifying patterns in criminal activity and understanding the relationship between entities and events through spatial analysis, link analysis, social network analysis, and qualitative and quantitative analytical tools o Conduct spatial analysis using Geographic Information System (GIS) mapping technology
- Crime Analyst, Level III at NEW YORK CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT (NYPD)
- Crime Analyst at MILWAUKEE POLICE DEPARTMENT, INTELLIGENCE FUSION CENTER
- Crime Analyst Intern at MILWAUKEE POLICE DEPARTMENT
- Graduate Teaching Assistant at UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN - MILWAUKEE
10 months at this Job
- Master of Science - Criminal Justice
- Bachelor of Arts - Criminology & Law Studies
• Implement data correlation methods with link analysis to identify patterns associated with criminal activity for agency operations.
• Analyze data to protect critical infrastructure by evaluating threat and risk information by discerning information and fusing that information into actionable intelligence.
• Utilize various databases and software to collect, organize and analyze qualitative and quantitative data to identify key metrics in crime and intelligence.
• Design and build statistical analysis models of raw data to understand crime and other key metrics in MD, VA, and DC.
• Collect geographic data and compile data for imagery, and update existing maps and design maps for organizational strategies.
• Develop analytical and technical reports with statistical analysis and graphical imagery to contribute to strategic plans to solve complex problems.
• Act as a member of a team by leading subtasks that comprise a larger analysis, such as documenting analytic processes and procedures, and contributing to data quality assurance.
• Utilize GIS technology to present spatial information in a digital format to internal and external audiences.
• Optimize crime analysis and statistical data for presentations and analytical reports to help guide decisions of the organization.
• Establish and plan strategies for gathering and analyzing information to address violations of law, regulations and other serious incidents in MD, VA and DC.
• Generate thematic and kernel density maps of geographical crime data for analysis.
• Advise local and federal agencies as well as stakeholders on how to effectively and proactively enforce and prevent crime.
- Crime Analyst at Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
- Intelligence Analyst at The Delaware Valley Intelligence Center
4 years, 8 months at this Job
- Master of Science in Homeland Security - Homeland Security
- Bachelor of Arts in Sociology - Sociology
- Crime Analyst at Broward County Sheriff's Department
- Intern at Broward County, Florida
- Accident Investigator at SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment
- Administrative Specialist at Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections
1 year, 1 month at this Job
- Master's - Homeland Security
- Bachelor's - Political Science
Produce statistical reports for any specified crime set through Crystal Reports or SQL Review Cellebrite phone extractions and analyze data within to create relevant reports for the investigation Analyze call detail records using CRT/Geotime and Penlink to plot and track phone movement Analyze social media search warrant returns, such as Instagram and Facebook, to gather intelligence and evidence for investigations Maintain covert social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat) for intelligence gathering and offender monitoring Identify potential gang members through social media for validation by detectives Create subject profiles to include criminal history, addresses, employment, phone numbers, social media accounts, associates and family members utilizing OSINT and law enforcement databases Construct association matrices to link related incidents and subjects in human trafficking and narcotics related investigations Track leadership structures for various criminal gangs using link charts Gather intelligence through jail calls or OSINT pertaining to current investigations, gang members, or current events in the city Create maps of any requested incidents utilizing ARCGIS Correlate reported crimes with offenders on electronic monitoring to find investigative leads to pass to detectives Attend intelligence sharing meetings throughout the state regarding gang and violent crime occurring Assist outside agencies with any mutual aid requests
Produce statistical reports for any specified crime set through Crystal Reports or SQL
Review Cellebrite phone extractions and analyze data within to create relevant reports for the investigation
Analyze call detail records using CRT/Geotime and Penlink to plot and track phone movement
Analyze social media search warrant returns, such as Instagram and Facebook, to gather intelligence and evidence for investigations
Maintain covert social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat) for intelligence gathering and offender monitoring
Identify potential gang members through social media for validation by detectives
Create subject profiles to include criminal history, addresses, employment, phone numbers, social media accounts, associates and family members utilizing OSINT and law enforcement databases
Construct association matrices to link related incidents and subjects in human trafficking and narcotics related investigations
Track leadership structures for various criminal gangs using link charts
Gather intelligence through jail calls or OSINT pertaining to current investigations, gang members, or current events in the city
Create maps of any requested incidents utilizing ARCGIS
Correlate reported crimes with offenders on electronic monitoring to find investigative leads to pass to detectives
Attend intelligence sharing meetings throughout the state regarding gang and violent crime occurring
Assist outside agencies with any mutual aid requests
- Crime Analyst at Fayetteville Police Department
- Data Analyst, Contractor at MVM INC/ US Marshals Service
- Administrative Support Specialist, Contractor at US Marshals Service
- Student Volunteer at US Marshals Service
1 year, 4 months at this Job
- Master's - Human Security and Resilience
- Bachelor's - Criminology
• Monitoring real-time events and developing tactical analysis using open source department information and intelligence
• Supporting real-time crime prevention and tactical operations
• Creating suspect profiles utilizing and correlating available statistics about crimes and criminal modus operandi.
• Developing real-time crime prevention and investigative intelligence products
- Crime Analyst at CRA
- Intern at Philadelphia Police, Criminal Intelligence Unit
1 month at this Job
- Bachelor of Science - Criminal Justice
- Master's of Science - Criminal Justice
• Provide direct support to the Special Operations Section (SOS) and Criminal Investigative Section (CIS) for the MWAA Police Department. My duties in my AOR include responding to and providing actionable intelligence for both Dulles International Airport and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.
• Duties include identifying all threats/criminal activity that affect Dulles and Reagan airports, tracking all crime in neighboring jurisdictions that impact airport operations; identifying crime trends and future criminal trends in the National Capital Region (NCR) that will impact the airports; and identify new tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) of terrorist organizations; specifically focusing on terrorist attacks against airports worldwide.
• Liaise regularly with TSA and DHS officials at the airports, as well as, work jointly with the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) and the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA). Routinely communicate with other local law enforcement agencies to communicate and disseminate information as needed.
• Research and collect BOLOs and Intelligence Bulletins from neighboring counties and fusion centers. Routinely collect data from the Virginia Fusion Center (VSP), Northern Virginia Regional Intelligence Center (NVRIC), Maryland Coordination Analytical Center (MCAC) and the Washington Regional Threat Analytical Center (WRTAC). Currently sit on the Council of Government (COG) Intelligence Sub-committee and regularly attend the monthly analytical meetings of the Washington/Baltimore High Intensity Drug Trafficking Administration (HIDTA).
• Provide experience to assess and develop an intelligence program to enhance MWAA operational effectiveness and efficiency.
• Routinely collect and review all intelligence bulletins from police jurisdictions in the NCR and review strategic products from the National Counter Terrorism Center (NCTC) to produce intelligence products that are disseminated to sworn MWAA police officers. Additionally, routinely draft intelligence requirements and provide them to the NVRIC and the IC to collect information that is relevant to the Airports Authority.
• Compile all crime statistics at the airports and provide crime reports to the Chief of Police and the Deputy Chiefs of Police at MWAA in order for them to recognize high crime areas and have the ability to dedicate resources to address high crime areas at the airports.
• Employ analytic methodologies and techniques to support CIS investigations by collecting and analyzing data on criminal subjects. Routinely query multiple law enforcement databases such as NCIC, LiNX, NCIC/NLETS, VCIN, and open source databases to collect all information on a subject or topic. Once all data is collected, I use various analytic methodologies to draw sound conclusions and make assessments that provide relevant information to the Deputy Chiefs of Police, Chief of Police, and the Vice President of Public Safety. From a tactical perspective, I write up summary of findings to assist the lead detectives with ongoing investigations.
- Crime Analyst at Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority
- Customer Service Representative at Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles
- Independent Consultant at Financial Target Solutions Group, LLC
- Sales Consultant at Macy's
2 years, 10 months at this Job
- Bachelor of Arts - European/Russian