Tel: +44 (0) 2079890750

Global Recruitment Experts

Access to millions of CV's and
thousands of international jobs

CV, Intelligence Research Analyst, Metropolitan Police

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 48021
(05/08/1970, male)
List top 5 skills: research and analysis
Short Bio:

By associating myself with professionally driven top police officers in a well-respected organization; I have learnt pursuing challenges, responsibility, dynamicity and rewarding possession in accordance with my academic knowledge, expertise, diligence, extensive experience, skills and enthusiasm; which enhanced my career development.

Current location: 

England, United Kingdom - View on map

Nationality: 

British

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

, Travel and Tourism, Hotel and Catering

Spoken languages: 

Arabic

Locations I am interested in working:

Dubai, kuwait, malta, Morocco, qatar, United Arab Emirates



PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2010 – 2016
METROPOLITAN POLICE – SCOID 36 – INTELLIGENCE RESEARCH/ANALYST
(SCOID) SPECIALIST CRIME AND OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCE DEVELOPMENT

• Managing MPS Risk (our response to threats to life, support to dynamic crimes in action and tracking down the most difficult wanted offenders)

• Developing Intelligence (proactively developing the right operations against the right priorities and supporting the organisation with advanced analytics and research)

• Supporting MPS Operations with intelligence resources, tactics and advice

• Assisting in developing effective tactics and strategies, interceding as soon as possible, preventing victimisation and reducing crime

• Working on target profiles, telephone analysis, network analysis, on both proactive and reactive operations

2008 – 2010
METROPOLITAN POLICE – BIU (BOROUGH INTELLIGENCE UNIT) – INTELLIGENCE RESEARCH/ANALYST.

• Extracting crucial evidence from large amounts of data, i.e. mobile phone downloads

• Ensuring clarity of the OIC and judge of the evidence retrieved of the crime and pre meditated intention and planning of the offender so the right verdict can be delivered

• Maintaining OCG trackers and completing OCG disruption forms

• Presenting OCG forms to the disruption panel which contributes to the unit’s performance

• Conducting telephone analysis using both download data and data from Network Providers

• Manual telephone analysis or via SCAS

• Identifying risk and highlight relevant links to operations

• Reviewing police reports on a daily basis to identify patterns of crime as they emerge

• Analysis and tracking of criminal trends, patterns and hot spots forming ensuring crime in the community is detected

• Using various closed and open sources including PNC (Inc VODS), PND, IIP and CRIMINT

• Collecting information from local, national and international computer systems

• Update intelligence records on databases

• Analyse data using specialist software

• Use intelligence data to help managers with planning resources review how effective the analysis is, and recommend changes where necessary

• Following correct policies and procedures for Police Officers and Police Staff

• Liaising and dealing with all members of the MPS and external partners

• Accurate data entry

• Creating i2 association charts, time lines and general data and intelligence management for numerous operations

• Intermediate use of Excel spreadsheets, MS word, Outlook and Powerpoint

• Working to strict deadlines in pressured environments to deliver different elements of the business

• General administration duties, filing, printing, copying, drafting letters and writing reports involving regular use of Microsoft Outlook, Word, Power point and Excel

• Case working and report writing on issues regarding transactions, processes or incidents, providing full details and outcome of actions

• Escalate unresolved issues to line manager

• Build effective relationships with partners, colleagues and suppliers to ensure the objectives of the business are fully supported by appropriate support procedures

• Working on tactical (reactive) and strategic analysis

• Researching and corroborating intelligence received from the National Crime Stoppers

• Call Bureau; creating Crimint Plus reports and distributing these to appropriate intelligence units

• Dealing with fast time intelligence including threats to life according to the Standard Operating Procedures

• Responding to telephone queries and advising in relation to Crime Stoppers

• Excellent customer service and Admin PA skills

• Preparing research packages on individuals using a variety of sources; searching CRIS and CRIMINT Plus, IIP, eApps to identify crimes and suspects for research and development;

• Maintaining various spreadsheets and databases; other tasks as directed

• Following up intelligence requests from partner agencies and client such as other Police Forces, Probation office, HMP Prison, SOCA, e t c on specific intelligence information they requested

• Analysing all new offences, identifying series and patterns of offending, highlighting risk

2004 – 2006
METROPOLITAN POLICE SERVICE – POLICE COMMUNITY SUPPORT OFFICER

• Gathering prosecution evidence and giving evidence in court when required to assist in a case

• Maintaining a high visible, accessible and familiar presence on the streets of London

• Where appropriate liaise with the Local Education Authority (LEA), schools and colleges to identify relevant issues

• Engaging with London’s communities, building bridges and forging relationship with the general public as the face of the MPS

• Problem solving and reassuring victims of crime

• Maintaining order in public places, addressing low-level antisocial behaviors and tackling youth disorder

• Supporting front-line policing in non-confrontational roles

• Gathering criminal intelligence and report writing to be escalated

• Following correct policies and procedures for PCSO’s, in line with MET SOP

• Working to strict deadlines in pressured environments to deliver different elements of the MPS

• The issuing of fixed penalty notices and parking tickets

 

DETAILS OF FURTHER EXPERIENCE CAN BE PROVIDED UPON REQUEST

 

METROPOLITAN POLICE  COMPLETED COURSES

Course/Date

RMS – (Record Management System) 08/03/2016

Vetting – Barring – CBRN (Criminality Background) 12/01/2016

Equality Act 2010 04/01/2016

FGM – Female Gentile Mutilation 18/12/2015

Rape – Myth & Reality 09/12/2015

Equifax (Financial & Fraud) 20/06/2015

Equifax (Financial Credit Scoring) 15/03/2015

Digital Communications Cyber Crime 06/02/2015

CBRN Incidents (Chemical, Biological, Radiological & Nuclear) 06/05/2015

OST – Officer Safety Training 13/11/2014

Schengen Alert (SIS II) 13/11/2014

Suspicious Activity Reports 12/11/2014

Crime and Disorder Reduction 30/11/2004

Counter Terrorism 2 06/02/2014

2012 Olympic Games – Police Awareness 21/03/2012

DSE (Display Screen Equipment) 16/08/2011

HR (People Service for Employees) 15/03/2010

Equality and Diversity 05/03/2010

Terrorism a Safe Response 05/03/2010

FBook (Mapping System) 03/05/2010

Geocoding (Crime Location System) 04/06/2010

Map Info 08/07/2010

PNC Enhanced (Police National Computer) 08/04/2009

CrimInt Plus (Crime Intelligence Professional) 23/09/2008

Advance Intelligence Research 12/09/2008

IIP (Integrated Information Platform) 04/08/2008

Merlin – Missing and Venerable People 21/05/2008

DARIS (Demand & Resource Information System) 01/06/2008

CRIS (Crime Report Information System) 06/04/2008

CrimInt Plus Standard (Crime Intelligence System) 21/09/2007

Planweb (Property Floor Plan) 02/02/2007

Microsoft Office Packages, Word, Power Point, Excel 01/07/2007

ELS (Emergency Life Support) 2004 – 2006

Access to Information 11/03/2005

Stop and Account 01/02/2005

eApps (Crime Server) 05/05/2005

National Intelligence Model (NIM) 05/04/2004

QUALIFICATIONS

UNIVERSITY

UNIVERSITY QUALIFICATION/CERTIFICATE NUMBER

Lewisham University, UK – 2012 EU & UK Employment Law 6140169
Institute of Linguists, UK

2012 Bachelor in English Literature & Translation Arabic & English– TUC 00044987
Institute of Linguists, UK

2011 Bachelor in English Literature & Translation English & Arabic– TUC 00043528

The Hospitality Awarding Body UK, 27/06/2003 Customer Services and Hospitality Management NVQ 3 52828038/01

TUC (Trade Union Congress) UK, 09/09/05 Union Representative 6177756

Jordan University 1989, Jordan BA in Psychology and Philosophy 88583749

COLLEGE

COLLEGE/ QUALIFICATION/CERTIFICATE NUMBER

National Open College – 25/01/2012 Level 1 Award Trade Union (QCF) 6040521

National Open College – 23/05/2012 Level 2 Award Trade Union (QCF) 6054139

National Open College – 30/08/2013 Level 3 Diploma for Trade Union Representatives 6140181

Alfadi Airline Industry & Tourism Training Sales and Reservations N/A