Graduate of a college or university with a bachelor’s degree.
Professional experience in criminal intelligence, criminal justice, investigative law enforcement or a related field of investigation will substitute for the education on a year-for-year basis.
54 – Justice and Public Safety Cabinet
Kentucky State Police
Intelligence Branch
1266 Louisville Road
Frankfort, KY 40601
Franklin County
Monica Hardin
[email protected]
Full-time Merit (18A)
1st Shift
Competitive – Open To All Candidates
NON-EXEMPT – The position(s) is/are not exempt from FLSA requirements for time and a half overtime compensation. The employee(s) will earn time and a half for time worked in excess of 40 hours per work week.
37.5 hr/wk
Pay Grade 13 (MIN-MID) $32,042.40 – $42,656.40 yearly at 37.5 hour work week OR $34,178.64 – $45,500.16 yearly at 40 hour work week
This job has an initial and promotional probationary period of 12 months. For additional information refer to:
Performs beginning level work conducting detailed research and analysis of confidential intelligence and investigative information. Respond to local, state and federal law enforcement agencies for background information on suspected criminals, businesses, and organized criminal groups. Performs strategic analysis on assigned projects. Utilize criminal intelligence databases to develop associations, linkages, crime patterns, etc. Review, research and disseminate intelligence information obtained by the branch. Serve as branch representative at local, regional and statewide intelligence/information sharing meetings. Prepare monthly, annual and special reports for officer safety and unique crime trends. Perform administrative duties as a backup to the branch administrative specialist. Perform other duties as assigned.
Performs beginning level work conducting detailed research and analysis of confidential intelligence and investigative information relating to law enforcement operations involving violations of state and federal laws; and performs other duties as required.
Work is typically performed in an office setting. Occasional travel may be required.
Upon appointment, employees in this class may be required to maintain a valid driver’s license and required to drive a licensed vehicle. This status may be necessary for the length of time in this class. If this is necessary it will be listed in the specific position description for that position. Applicants and employees in this classification may be required to submit to a drug screening test and background check. Applicants and employees in positions which perform job duties that may require contact with offenders in the custody or supervision of the Department of Corrections or with youth in the care, custody, or supervision of the Department of Juvenile Justice must meet qualifications pursuant to the federal Prison Rape Elimination Act, 28 C.F.R.115.17 and 115.317.


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