This Detective investigates felonies, misdemeanors, and violations of the regulations. The incumbent is responsible for gathering and preserving evidence for criminal court and serves as the lead detective for the Investigative Unit.
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The incumbent in this Detective position conducts a variety of crime and statistical analysis in support of crime analysis activities; collects and analyzes data describing crime patterns, crime trends, traffic analysis and potential suspects; assists with administering crime analysis database; assists in monitoring and researching known felons within the city; assists with creating local, state and federal statistics for City-wide and in-house reporting requirements; ensures work quality and adherence to established policies and procedures.
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The primary purpose of this position is to serve as a Detective to conduct investigations of crimes and complaints allegedly committed by personnel on the installation.
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A Detective executes the daily tasks required for Store Loss Prevention and safety programs. Maintains strong partnerships with Store Management. Conducts apprehensions within established policies and guidelines. Communicates with store Associates on damage and shrink initiatives. Identifies and resolves internal and external theft.
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The Detective will be expected to conduct themselves and their work in accordance with standards set forth in the Attorney General guidelines and operate within the applicable laws governing the investigation to experience a rewarding career, excellent benefits, and a pleasant work environment.
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An employee in this position is responsible for performing specialized law enforcement work in the investigation of fires involving suspected arson cases and other criminal offenses for the department.
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As a Detective, you'll have the opportunity to mitigate risk and minimize losses by investigating suspicious activity. You'll research and analyze activities, identify internal control breakdowns, and take action in situations that pose a risk.
You'll also have the opportunity to use your critical thinking abilities to discern relevant information and provide rapid response to fraudulent incidents and emerging threats. With your strong analytical talent, ""detective"" skills, and detail orientation, you'll investigate and resolve fraudulent, illegal, and improper activities to prevent and recover losses.
You'll also have the opportunity to use your strong communication skills as you serve as the point of contact for compromised accounts, verify legitimacy, take corrective action, and manage customer expectations.
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The Detective performs routine crime analysis duties, such as developing regular crime and calls for service bulletins; conducting and presenting historical analysis on both general and specific crime and calls for service information; undertaking tactical crime analysis, and assisting with comprehensive research projects.
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A Detective in the role is a lead analyst responsible for taking varied facts, documentation of circumstances, evidence, interviews, and other material related to a crime, terrorist act, or behavioral threat situation and organizing them into a local and related framework for purposes of developing a criminal case, explaining a criminal phenomenon, describing crime and crime trends, vetting potential threats to a particular area of responsibility (AOR), and providing assessments and recommendations to different audiences in relation to all-crime incidents.