Youth Crime Information officer
Youth crime information officers are employed as analysts to identify patterns of criminal activity amongst youth. The work involves gathering data , developing statistical analysis, producing reports on the effects of crime and intelligence on patterns and geographical locations. This kind of work is vital to support the police service in organising their strategic plans to tackle areas of crime. Although this is a specific role within Crime Intelligence, these officers can also work on violent crime, robbery, fraud and other specific areas. A good standard of education is required for these kind of roles. Entrants need good GCSE's and preferably level 3 qualifications in maths, statistics, IT or experience of working with data and statistical software. Analysts can find work with the police, security services .These skills could also be transferable to working in other data analytical roles such as in cyber security, marketing. business or finance.
Career Profile of a Intelligence Analyst
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