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Subject:

Crime Analyst (GIS) - Wales

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Kevin Marshall <[log in to unmask]>

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Kevin Marshall <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 2 Nov 2009 11:20:57 +0000

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Position: Crime Analyst (GIS)
Location: Wales
Duration: 1 Year
Rate: 10/11 Per hour

Start: 1st December

Generics client has an upcoming requirement for a Crime Analyst to work from 
its clients offices in Wales on a 1 year contract.

Purpose of the post:

To provide a professional, statistical and analytical service in support of our 
Clients project, contributing to the overall development of the Partnership and 
its strategic direction. 

To undertake research and information analysis in the field of community 
safety, in support of policy development, service planning and performance 
management in a partnership context. 

Duties;

 To support the development, implementation, monitoring and review of the 
Clients Strategic Assessment and its related Action Plans. To work with 
statutory, non-statutory and voluntary sector partners to identify and 
develop relevant data-sets to inform the Strategic Assessment. 
 To research, monitor, analyse and report on crime and community safety 
trends, including a wide variety of partner data, to identify patterns and 
sequences of activity and to make recommendations regarding the effective 
targeting of resources. 
 To support the project in identifying key priorities and monitoring the 
outcome of community safety activity and initiatives. 
 To provide a performance management service for the Partnership, including 
monitoring of CSP targets and relevant National Indicators. To develop 
indicators to effectively measure service delivery. 
 To undertake quantitative and qualitative research using a variety of 
methods to identify opportunities to reduce crime, substance misuse and anti-
social behaviour within the County. 
 To provide a research facility for the Partnership. 
 To analyse complex information and interpret using IT systems including 
mapping software and databases, spreadsheet, word processing and 
presentation packages pertinent to the analytical process.
 To present reports and results of analyses in a clear and concise manner, 
orally, in writing and graphically, to project groups, relevant agencies and 
Boards.
 To play an active role in collaborative working with partners involved in 
research and data analysis within local and regional boundaries.
 To work with due regard to relevant legislation such as Crime and Disorder 
Act, Data Protection, Freedom of Information and its related legislation, and 
promote collaborative working to develop data sharing protocols between 
partner agencies.

Essential Experience:

 Experience of working in a statistics, management information or research 
role
 Experience of interrogating a range of qualitative and quantitative data 
sources to produce reports for a variety of audiences 
 Experience of using and interpreting data sets and intelligence  

Essential Skills

 Experience of working with Geographical Information Systems, such as 
Arcview, Mapinfo
 IT skills, such as Microsoft Office Packages, e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, 
Outlook and Access
 Ability to communicate effectively and confidently at all levels, both in 
writing and verbally
 High standard of numeracy and literacy
 Ability to work to tight deadlines, effectively manage and prioritise workload, 
be self motivated and have a creative approach to problem solving in the 
workplace
 Ability to work effectively as part of a team

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