Amended – Crime Analyst – Brampton

Amended - Crime Analyst

Are you interested in using your data analysis and data science skills to help mitigate threats to Ontario and Canada stemming from organized and serious crime? Are you able to conduct high-level research and provide fact-based, quantitative and qualitative analyses to discover patterns and trends? Are you versed in big data and statistical analysis methodologies? If so, join Criminal Intelligence Service Ontario as a Crime Analyst.

What can I expect to do in this role?

You will:

  • Plan and carry out quantitative and qualitative research and analyses to develop inferences regarding the nature, extent, and scope of organized and serious crime in Ontario and Canada
  • Develop and maintain databases, and manipulate a variety of structured and unstructured data to gain actionable insight into connections between criminal suspects and criminal activity
  • Conduct scans of organized and serious crime activity from a range of sources, and use specialized research techniques to identify, analyze, and evaluate broad and specific trends related to organized and serious crime activity.

About Employer

Ontario Public Service

Ontario’s public service (OPS) — an organization that provides government services to citizens and promotes an innovative, diverse, eco-friendly and accessible workplace.

The Government of Ontario includes ministries, agencies and Crown corporations. Its workforce of 60,000+ public servants is called the Ontario Public Service (OPS).

The OPS:

  • helps the government of the day to develop and deliver policies and programs
  • is politically neutral and remains in place through elections
  • works in many different areas (e.g., policy, communications and program delivery)
  • is governed by the rules set out in the Public Service of Ontario Act, 2006