To serve as a civilian employee of the Indiana State Police whose primary responsibility is to perform all analytical tasks on criminal intelligence in order to support law enforcement functions relating to the "all Crimes, all Hazards" mission of the Indiana Intelligence Fusion Center, as described by Executive Order 13-22. To maintain working and background files. To maintain comprehensive working knowledge of the Indiana Intelligence Fusion Center computer software. To prepare Indiana Intelligence Fusion Center bulletins and newsletter articles. To gather and disseminate intelligence data to agencies and agents that have satisfied security system requirements.
* Must be a high school graduate or possess the equivalent GED.
* Must have a Bachelor's Degree in a related field; OR a minimum of ten (10) years of prior law enforcement in intellgience analysis, or equivalent military experience in intelligence analysis; OR a combination of law enforcement and military experience.
* Must be able to obtain and maintain a minimum of "Secret" level security clearance to work in the Indiana Intelligence Fusion Center (IIFC).
* Must be 18 years of age or older.
* Must be eligible to work in the U.S.
[NOTE: Security clearances are granted and rescinded by Federal partners or the US Department of Defense. The IIFC has no control over the ability to secure clearances for an employee.]
* Must be able to collate and evaluate information from various reports.
* Must be able to subject information to correlation and analysis in order to discern patterns, recurring events, identities and activities of suspected criminal groups and their members.
* Must be able to perform background intelligence checks for various agencies.
* Must be able to examine raw data in order to assemble it into a focused collection of information to be used for investigative leads or court proceedings.
The successful canidate will submit to and successfully pass an initial, subsequent and periodic, security-related Department polygraph examinations.
* A retirement program is available through Indiana Public Retirement System (INPRS)
* Life Insurance coverage is available through American United Life at nominal rates.
* Group Hospitalization with medical insurance is available to those who desire this type of protection, with a portion of the premium paid by the State of Indiana.
* Employees receive 12 work days annual vacation leave with pay. Additional days are granted after 5, 10, and 20 years of service to maximum of 25 days annuallly.
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