As a key component of the Community Safety Statement, as well as the Royal Commission into Family Violence, specialist intelligence support is being increased to support frontline Police and investigators in particular.

Family violence has been identified as a critical issue and major contributor to harm in the community. Intelligence analysts assigned to the Family Violence Command Taskforce will be responsible for identifying repeat family violence perpetrators and preparing intelligence products to support active investigations.

In addition to this, practitioners will identify and report on emerging issues and trends in line with the Command’s priorities, assist investigators with developing avenues of enquiry and support decision making processes.

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Department: Victoria Police
Work Type: Ongoing - full time
Job Function: Analyst
Classification: VPSG3
Work Location: Melbourne - CBD
Reference: VG/20029758V
Closing Date: 31-Jan-2019
Salary Range: $67,866 - $82,404
Job Duration: Ongoing
Attachments: Position Description C2763.docx (Word, 431KB)
Job Specification

Application Form.docx (Word, 639KB)
Self Assessment

Contact: Sergeant Krystle Mitchell
(03) 92475421

Position Details

Your duties will include:

  • Interrogation of a range of systems to collect and analyse information;
  • Deliver intelligence and information relating to perpetrators of family violence and identified trends;
  • Build and maintain effective working relationships with key internal and external stakeholders to facilitate information gathering and exchange;
  • Prepare high quality intelligence products to inform stakeholders of risks and trends to influence decision making processes;
  • Maintain and develop a strong knowledge base to drive the intelligence process as well as enhance the understanding of the family violence theme.

As the successful applicant, you will have:

  • Sound conceptual, critical thinking and analytical skills;
  • Strong written and oral communication skills;
  • Ability to develop skills to effectively interrogate systems used for information gathering;
  • Ability to respond to changing requirements and priorities, and to adapt to unpredictable circumstances.

Requirements and relevant information:

  • Successful applicant must successfully complete the modules of a Victoria Police approved Intelligence Program relevant to the role and qualify within eighteen months from enrolment.
  • Tertiary qualifications in the related field of criminology, criminal justice, criminal intelligence or research related field are highly desirable.
  • The position is located at the Victoria Police Centre, 637 Flinders Street Docklands. A new police complex is being built at 311 Spencer Street Melbourne, and the Family Violence Command will be moving to this location on the buildings completion, which is anticipated for the second half of 2020, but is subject to change.
  • The successful applicant will be required to undergo National Security Vetting, and hold and maintain a national security clearance as determined by the Department Head.  To achieve this, applicants must be an Australian Citizen.

Your application must include:

  • Resume, and;
  • Completed application form - attached to the job advertisement.

Applications close Midnight, Thursday 31 January 2019 - No applications will be accepted via email.

For further information on this role please contact:Sergeant Krystle Mitchell (03) 92475421 orvia email        

If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirements/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email

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