The Crime Information Analyst compiles data provided by the
information gatherers, examines the elements of that crime,
interpret the information and do the necessary filing in
sequence for future reference. They clarify the circumstances of
crime, explains crime tendencies and the shifting of crime by
means of crime pattern analysis. The analyst also examines the
connection in crime profile to establish the modus operandi,
structures and moves (trends) involved. Evaluation and
dissemination of crime information for prevention and detective
purposes are within their scope of work as well.
What are the minimum requirements to
become a Crime Information Analyst?
Individuals must have one year functional policing experience
after Basic training, completed Crime Intelligence Course and
Basic Detective Course.
Individuals have to undergo Specific Modular Training and on
the job training.
Where can you be stationed?
Crime Information Analysts are stationed at the Crime
Intelligence Offices countrywide.
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