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Intelligence Analyst - Custodial

Borallon Training and Correctional Centre; Custodial Operations; Statewide Operations; Ironbark

Correctional centres are responsible for the delivery of custodial services across Queensland.

People in custody are supervised in either high or low security correctional centres. High security centres provide for the management of adult prisoners held in secure custody correctional centres across Queensland

Job details

Position status Permanent
Position type Full-time
Occupational group Administration
Classification AO4
Workplace Location Ipswich region
Job ad reference QLD/354930/20
Closing date 30-Oct-2020
Job duration
Contact person Anne Curtis
Contact details Ph: (07) 5460 8413
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This role is responsible for the collection, evaluation, analysis and dissemination of timely intelligence to appropriate Agency personnel and external stakeholders.  The role is instrumental in identifying and reporting intelligence related concerns to assist decision making processes and minimise potential risks to the Agency and community.

In this role you will:

Identify and maintain human source intelligence (including prisoners, staff and visitors)

Utilise Prisoner Telephone System data and call records

Utilise mail data Review data contained in QCS indices including intelligence systems

Utilise QCS Intel system to retain information

Utilise charting and mathematical modelling to identify linkages and relationships between entities

Utilise statistical records to affect collation direction

Utilising the IOMS intelligence module

Record analysis in QCS Intelligence System

Develop operational and tactical hypotheses regarding security risk issues within correctional centre.

Using endorsed QCSIG methodology including for example use of office automation software and dedicated intelligence software such as Analyst Notebook

Share outcome of intelligence process using QCS Intelligence system

Undertake Escape Risk Assessments

Undertake assessments designed to inform placement decisions in endorsed and accepted formats including oral and written intelligence products and in accordance with QCS dissemination of information procedures

Assist in development of intelligence plan including collection plan and operational actions plan.

Provide partner agencies support in accordance and under the direction and guidance of the QCS Intelligence Group

Participate in Centre based partnering initiatives

Mandatory Qualifications, Conditions and Requirements

Whilst there are no mandatory requirements for this position, successful completion or the willingness to complete the Introduction to Intelligence (ATP005) module of the Advanced Diploma of Public Safety (Police Intelligence) or a similar or higher qualification would be highly desirable.

Applications to remain current for 12 months.

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