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  • Posted: Feb 24, 2023
    Deadline: Mar 15, 2023
  • INTERPOL is the world’s largest international police organization, with 192 member countries. Our role is to enable police around the world to work together to make the world a safer place.
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    Criminal Intelligence Analyst ENACT Nairobi


    The Regional criminal Intelligence analyst is expected to carry out a combination of the following specialized duties under regular supervision of his/her hierarchy:

    • DUTY 1: To produce operational analytical reports and assessments on the structure, scope and nature of criminal organizations and/or criminal activities;
    • DUTY 2: To produce strategic analytical reports and assessments on the scope, nature and tendencies of crime phenomena, criminal organizations, the effectiveness of law enforcement measures or related issues in support of strategic decision making and development of policy in Member States' law enforcement organizations or at Interpol partner organizations;
    • DUTY 3: To perform environmental scanning, by applying advanced techniques, in search of emerging issues or trends of a political, economic, social or technological nature, with a potential to impact on the ability of the General Secretariat, Member States or INTERPOL partner organizations to prevent and suppress transnational crime, and disseminate them to concerned parties;
    • DUTY 4: To contribute to further development and better application of criminal intelligence analysis and its methods and tools, advancing the techniques and providing best practice for analysis as a law enforcement support tool;
    • DUTY 5: To perform any other task, related to criminal intelligence analysis, deemed appropriate by the incumbent's superior.

    The following tasks may be undertaken in the framework of the performance of the abovementioned principal duties and activities:

    As part of Duty No. 1:

    • To apply various operational analytical methods, such as comparative case analysis, offender group analysis and case analysis, and apply any technique/develop systems to accomplish the objective.
    • To conduct feasibility studies, assessing whether and under what conditions a proposal for analytical assistance is feasible, and draw-up project plans for analytical support.
    • To guide and assist member countries/specialized officers in their collection of information, and sometimes assume responsibility for collection of information.

    As part of Duty No. 1 and 2:

    • To deliver to relevant clients finished analytical products (containing inferences and often recommendations) in printed, digital or oral form, ranging from regular oral briefings to highly complex products such as a global threat assessment on transnational crime, often resulting in new insights that have a major effect on the understanding and interpretation of the subject matter.

    As part of Duty No. 1 - 2 and 3:

    • To use and sometimes adapt or redesign, or advise information technology specialists on the adaptation or redesign of, a wide range of complex computer software, such as databases (currently notably ICIS, IBM iBase and MS-Access), Internet search engines and spreadsheets as well as project planning, visualization and web publishing tools during various phases of the intelligence cycle.
    • To attend Interpol working group meetings and conferences as well as external conferences and workshops, often delivering (computer-aided) lectures on complex subjects and sometimes distributing reports as well.
    • To apply various strategic analytical methods, such as crime pattern/trend analysis, risk/threat assessments and information gap analysis (also part of duty No. 3), to information at hand.

    Training/Education required

    • Three years' education at a University or other specialized higher education establishment, including Police Universities/Academies, possibly with a study focus on criminal intelligence analysis, criminology, international cooperation or social sciences. Postgraduate degree would be considered an asset.

    Experience required

    • At least three years in the area in question. This could mean work as a criminal intelligence analyst in a law enforcement organization, or experience as a researcher/analyst in another organization dealing with crime-related issues, intelligence analysis or contemporary international security threats. Five years' experience in the area is required if the post holder does not have the required level of education.
    • Strong communication skills, both in written and oral form (public speaking and delivery of presentations).
    • Strong computer skills are required. Proficiency in standard office word-processing, spreadsheet, database and presentation software required. Advanced experience in using link- and flowcharting tools and/or statistical/GIS analysis software would be highly desirable. Proficiency in web-publishing tools and/or the

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