City of Boston

BRIC Deputy Director

Req ID
2024-26477
Dept
Boston Police Department
Position
Regular Full-Time
Location
BPD Police Headquarters
Salary Min
77,085.65
Salary Max
114,228.89
Union
SE1
Openings
1
Posting End Date
8/15/2024
Contact Email
clarence.thompson@pd.boston.gov

Overview:

This is a provisional appointment.

 

Under the supervision of the Director, Boston Regional Intelligence Center, performs required duties as the Crime Analysis and Criminal Intelligence Supervisor. 

Responsibilities:


• Supervise analysts and other personnel assigned to the Criminal Intelligence component of the BRIC, to include analysts and personnel engaged in the BRIC’s Real Time Crime Center, Homeland Security, and Technical Support components.
• Oversee the BRIC’s daily analytic production cycle and see that responsibilities are appropriately tasked and delegated based on priority and analytic capacity.
• Manage the development of tactical, operational and strategic analytic products, and analytic working groups, to support both Department and Regional public safety goals and objectives.
• Identifying data and information requirements of the BRIC in order to focus analyses on priority information needs, fill intelligence/information gaps, and ensure data-analyses are supported by all relevant and legally-available information sources in a timely manner.
• Supervise the review, processing, and collation and of all-source data and information required for analytic production.
• Develop crime analysis and intelligence analysis products and services based on the evolving criminal information needs and public safety concerns of the BRIC’s partners and customers.
• Assist the BRIC Director and Management Team in strategic planning efforts and internal training and mentoring objectives.
• Review and edit analytic products to ensure they are clearly articulated, grammatically correct, and meet the BRIC’s requirements for objectivity, source validity, timeliness, applicability, analytic value, and legal compliance (to ensure protection of privacy, civil rights and civil liberties).
• Draft and present various types of finished analytic products, to include crime analysis reports and statistical summaries, intelligence reports, threat assessments, talking points and administrative records to support various investigative, crime prevention, and public safety endeavors.
• Assist BRIC Management Team with special events/special operations planning and related operational support.
• Represent the BRIC in internal (BPD/City of Boston) and external (Regional/National) working groups and events.
• Perform other related duties as required.

 

As a recognized subject-matter expert on current crime-related issues and other area-specific characteristics, the Analytic Supervisor manages research and analysis on the most complex criminal phenomena affecting the City of Boston and Metropolitan Boston Homeland Security Region; and is relied on to plan, draft, edit, and present, with minimal guidance, various types of finished products for senior leadership; mentor and provide training to other team members; and represent the BRIC in senior-level internal and interagency working groups developing strategies and operations to counter various criminal threats.

Minimum Entrance Qualifications:

 

• Applicants must be permanent or naturalized U.S. citizens.
• Applicants must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university; a Master’s Degree is preferred.
• Applicants must have a minimum of four (4) years full-time or equivalent part-time paid technical or professional experience where the major duties involved strategic, tactical and administrative crime/intelligence analysis or applied social science research experience, preferably in a Fusion Center environment; at least two (2) years must have been serving in a managerial capacity.
• Advanced knowledge and skills in GIS, word processing, and database management software; a high level of accuracy and attentiveness to numerical calculation; strong analytical and problem solving skills; strong written and oral communication skills; and the ability to exercise independent judgment and discretion.
• It is strongly preferred that all applicants have extensive experience using ArcView, Microsoft Word, Excel and Access; and a degree in criminology, criminal justice, computer science, or in a field with concentrations in advanced analytic methodologies.
• Position requires the ability to obtain a Secret-level security clearance through the Federal Government.

 

 

A CRIMINAL RECORD CHECK WILL BE CONDUCTED ON ALL APPLICANTS.
BOSTON RESIDENCY REQUIRED.
PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG TEST IS REQUIRED.

 

Terms:
Union/Salary/Grade: SENA/MM1-8
Hours Per Week: 35

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