ATAW99-21-Drugs Intelligence Officer-Cheyenne
Company: State of Wyoming
Posted on: May 3, 2021
Description and Functions
Open Until Filled
Rocky Mountain High-Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (RMHIDTA) is a
federally funded program under the Office of National Drug Control
Policy (ONDCP) which provides funding, training, intelligence
sharing, and analytical support to law enforcement drug operations
in designated areas of the state. Each HIDTA serves as a force
multiplier in their region, leveraging resources and partnering
agencies toward a common goal. The HIDTA program has partnered with
the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to develop the
Overdose Response Strategy (ORS), an initiative designed to enhance
public health-public safety collaborations and strengthen efforts
to reduce drug overdose deaths across HIDTA regions. The ORS places
Drug Intelligence Officers (DIO's) and Public Health Analysts
(PHA's) in HIDTA regions to work collaboratively with various
local, state, and federal agencies. The DIO and PHA gather,
analyze, and disseminate vital information about substance use,
focusing on actionable intelligence, trend information, and best
practices for developing evidence-based responses to the opioid
epidemic in their area. The posted DIO position will be supervised
by the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation and the Rocky
Mountain HIDTA and will be based out of Cheyenne, Wyoming, DCI
Headquarters. The DIO will facilitate interagency, public
health-public safety collaborations and distribute drug-related
intelligence throughout Wyoming in coordination with the other ORS
DIO's. This position will also provide a variety of investigative
support to Special Agents of the Division of Criminal
Investigation, assistance to outside law enforcement agencies, as
well as to the Rocky Mountain High-Intensity Drug Trafficking Area
(RMHIDTA) Intelligence Service Center, in the collecting,
analyzing, correlating, reporting, and storing criminal
intelligence information, according to 28 CFR, Part 23, and state
Human Resource Contact: Tara Gross
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The listed functions are illustrative only and
are not intended to describe every function which may be performed
at the job level.
* Work closely with the Public Health Analyst to facilitate
collaboration between public health and public safety entities,
such as data sharing; public safety led linkage to care, naloxone
distribution, and overdose spike responses.
* Establish points of contact with key federal, state, and local
drug enforcement representatives to promote awareness and
utilization of the DIO network to:
* Promote awareness of priority intelligence through coordinated
meetings, training, and outreach opportunities.
* Coordinate the use of centralized databases for the timely
exchange of information.
* Identify drug trafficking operations across jurisdictions.
Implement the Felony arrest Notification program to track all drug
felony arrests in Wyoming and notify the appropriate law
enforcement agencies.Coordinate the collection and dissemination of
relevant intelligence obtained from various law enforcement and
other sources to develop a timely and accurate picture of existing
local drug markets.Provide analytical and case support for HIDTA,
local law enforcement, and other authorized agencies, such as but
not limited to preparing briefs, written reports, charts, graphs,
and link analysis.Serve as a conduit for interstate requests for
informationConduct detailed research and analysis of confidential
intelligence and investigative information relating to law
enforcement operations and programs.Confer with personnel from
local, state, federal, out of state law enforcement agencies, Rocky
Mountain HIDTA, and Rocky Mountain Information Network to obtain
evidence concerning criminal activity.Correlates access to and
retrieves criminal intelligence data from non-automated and
automated computer systems on the local, state, and federal levels,
including regional information sharing systems.Responsible for the
identification and location of criminal suspects utilizing
sophisticated subscriber databases, software programs, and
technology.Conduct telephone, teletype, and written inquiries for
intelligence-investigative data.Conduct file checks and background
checks.Compose, type, and edit comprehensive intelligence reports
and background investigative reports.Conduct background research on
criminals or suspected criminals under investigation through direct
computer access or personal contact with systems and
organizations.Management of the Division of Criminal
Investigation's files and databases for criminal intelligence
within the Case Management System, assuring accuracy, quality
control, and compliance with state statutes and 28CFR, Part
23.Research patterns, structures, trends, and movements of
organized criminal enterprises, and document the analytical
findings in an appropriate report format.Produce graphical
presentations (i.e., charts, graphs, matrices, tables, maps, etc.)
linking criminal suspects and/or overt acts and provide appropriate
court testimony.Request, review, and disseminate criminal history
information for Special Agents and other law enforcement
agencies.Responsible for, including Title III and pen register
investigative support.Conduct training for Special Agents of the
Division of Criminal Investigation and outside law enforcement
agencies in the doctrine, work products, and procedures utilized by
the Division Criminal Intelligence Team.Keep abreast of criminal
justice system practices related to intelligence concepts and
methods and Wyoming statutes affecting work-related
activities.Compile Arrest Books/Update Target Information.Other
duties as assigned.
Preference will be given to those with a High School Diploma or
equivalent and at least two (2) years of professional work
experience in criminal justice, law enforcement investigations, or
collecting, analyzing, and disseminating criminal justice
Preference will be given to those with prior experience
collaborating with public health agencies.
Preference will be given to those who meet security clearance
Preference will be given to those who possess exceptional writing
and public speaking skills.
Preference will be given to those who are proficient in Microsoft
Word and Excel.
Preference will be given to those who can exercise sound judgment
to work independently within guidelines.
Preference will be given to those who have a working knowledge of
intelligence infrastructure systems at the federal, state, county,
and local levels.
Preference will be given to candidates with a Bachelor's degree,
four (4) years of professional work experience in criminal justice
or law enforcement investigation, collecting, analyzing, and
disseminating criminal intelligence information.
* Knowledge of crimes and modus operandi associated with drug
crimes, organized crime, and major conspiracies.
* Knowledge of the requirements for intelligence file creation,
retention, dissemination, and purging in accordance with Title 28
USC, Part 23.
* Knowledge of data entry and collection and data reporting
* Knowledge of computer software databases and Division of Criminal
Investigation's files and databases for criminal intelligence
within the Case Management System.
* Knowledge of the criminal justice system.
* Skill in researching, accessing, inputting, and retrieving data
elements by utilizing computers and analyzing criminal
* Skill in oral and written communication.
* Skill in intelligence report writing, preparing link analysis,
event flow analysis, and activity charting.
* Skill in collection, analyses, utilization, and interpretation of
data pertaining to records management.
* Skill in decision-making regarding the value of specific
* Skill in research methods and techniques.
* Skill in interpreting and clearly communicating policies and
procedures and statutory mandates to various criminal justice
* Skill in producing written documents with clearly organized
thoughts using proper sentence construction, punctuation, and
* Ability to think analytically and interpret data in a variety of
* Ability to read, analyze, interpret and evaluate research
findings and recommendations.
* Ability to develop and maintain liaison with the intelligence
community at federal, state, county, and municipal levels to share
information on criminal activities or suspected criminals under
* Ability to work cooperatively with employees from other law
* Ability to organize and present accurate information in a logical
* Ability to prepare graphs, charts, tables, and other illustrative
* Ability to complete tasks in a timely manner with minimum
None - See "Preferences"
Necessary Special Requirements
* FLSA: Non-Exempt
* Ability to travel statewide.
* Ability to work overtime as required.
* Successful applicants are required to have a valid driver's
license and pass an extensive background investigation.
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