Montana Department of Justice - SAKI Crime Analyst

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Department Montana Department of Justice
Job TitleSAKI Crime Analyst
Registration Fee$35.00
Location Helena, MT

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The Sexual Assault Kit Initiative Crime Analyst serves to improve decision making and proactive law enforcement statewide by collecting, analyzing, storing, and disseminating criminal intelligence information that is associated with identifiable individuals, groups, organizations, or events that are known or suspected to relate to the investigation of major criminal conspiracies, projections about criminal operations or the production of estimates regarding future major criminal activities (MCA 44-5-103).

This employee will systematically gather, evaluate, organize, assemble, retain, and report information from various sources for the purpose of detecting and identifying criminal activities, trends, entities, participants, and methods regarding cold case sexual assault crimes. The employee will collect and conduct an analysis of prosecution outcomes, trends, and challenges related to historical and new backlogged sexual assault kits.

Employee will identify, gather, organize, and analyze sexual assault evidence kit data. Additionally, Employee is responsible for reviewing sexual assault police reports and submitting applicable law enforcement cases into the Violent Criminal Apprehension Program. The work involves conducting research, analyzing sexual violence related data, uncovering new sources of information, identifying patterns of criminal activity, and developing links between criminals and crime groups who may be involved in a diverse, sustained array of criminal conduct or offenses that cross jurisdictional boundaries.

The employee will communicate with stakeholders, update the SAKI Task Force, review work for general compliance with pre-established standards, present results and write summaries and reports including federal grant quantitative reports. The subsequent information will be utilized to generate a range of correct inferences, hypotheses, recommendations, and referrals that, once properly presented, will cause, coordinate or supplement education, training, enforcement, investigative and prosecutorial efforts.

The subsequent information will be utilized to update the public on the Sexual Assault Kit Initiative’s data and progress. The analyst must be able to produce both presentations and written products that accurately reflect the analysis conducted. These products are timely, accurate, and thoughtful.

The incumbent will obtain, interpret, depict, and share confidential investigative/intelligence information as authorized in accordance with the policies and procedures of the Montana Department of Justice, Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI), MATIC.

The employee will establish and maintain a wide network of routine contacts with relevant agencies, officials, and individuals in an effort to promote the timely, consistent exchange of information in furtherance of mutual goals and objectives. The analyst will work closely with the SAKI Site Coordinator to further the goals and objectives of the Sexual Assault Kit Initiative grant and complete other duties as assigned.

This is a modified position, legislatively funded through the legislature, ending September 30, 2024.

Open until filled. Applications received by June 9, 2023 will receive priority consideration.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in research and analysis of data, criminal justice, law, or social science.
  • Other combinations of education and experience may be substituted.


Preferred Qualifications:

  • Familiarity with interpreting law enforcement criminal data including violent crime police reports, or other relevant criminal justice information.
  • Related experience including data collection, performing statistical research and analysis.


Special Instructions:

Cover letters for this position should address specific experience, training, and/or education that make him or her the ideal candidate for the SAKI Crime Analyst.



To be considered for this position, you must attach a résumé at the time of application.

Tip: When attaching your resume, you must mark the attachment as a “Relevant File”.

Your Résumé: Please include all work experience as well as job duties that demonstrate your qualifications for this position. Include dates of employment (month & year- start & end) and the reason you left each job.


FANTASTIC State of Montana benefits:

  • Medical, dental and vision coverage
  • Retirement plan
  • Additional 457b Deferred Compensation plan
  • Generous paid vacation, sick and holidays
  • Pre-tax Flexibility Spending Accounts
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • State of Montana employment may qualify for student loan forgiveness under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program.


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