New Job Analyst-Afis In Ontario



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Salary : $74,536–$125,584 a year
Location : Ontario

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Posting Title: Analyst-AFIS Department: Forensic Identification Serv Status: Regular, Full-Time Salary Range: $74,536.00 - $125,584.00 Grade: C9 Open Positions: 1 Job ID: 303909 Additional Info: *** See Below Open Date: 2023-05-12 Close Date: 2023-05-28

Position Summary

Are you a highly motivated and ambitious analyst with experience analyzing latent crime scene friction ridge submissions and knowledge in latent ridge science? Are you looking to make the next step in your career? If so, apply below and join Peel Regional Police – one of Canada’s most progressive police services!
As an Analyst-AFIS within our Forensic Identification Services Bureau, you will be responsible for the analysis, comparison, evaluation, identification and verification of friction ridge detail.


What will your typical day look like? Analyzes latent crime scene friction ridge submissions for the purpose of establishing anatomical origin and suitability for entry onto the Automated Fingerprint Identification System; enters, classifies and encodes suitable latent fingerprints onto AFIS in accordance with system guidelines and policies established by the RCMP. Determines appropriate demographic and geographic filters prior to searching fingerprints; launches searches of latent fingerprints and tenprints and subsequently compares respondents generated by the AFIS system for the purpose of identifying the offender(s); conducts periodic tests on the AFIS system to ensure efficiency. Maintains records and submits reports internally and to the RCMP. Participates in user group meetings and discussions in relation to advanced technologies and methodologies. Manually compares the finger and palm prints of known suspects to the friction ridge detail found or developed in relation to crime scenes; verifies the findings of other fingerprints experts; court preparation and expert testimony as required. Performs quality analysis on criminal fingerprints forms and application fingerprint forms for the purpose of ensuring that the appropriate fingers were property oriented; enters, classifies and encodes these impressions onto the AFIS system in accordance with guidelines established by the RCMP. Provides training to Forensic Identification Services, Ontario Police College personnel and develops training material. Provides photography and image clarifications for a greater range of available strategies. Provides disclosure, prepares material, and testifies in court when required. Performs additional duties as assigned.


Enough about us, let’s talk about you!
You are someone with: A Community College Diploma or University Degree in Criminology or equivalent, RCMP Certification preferred, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. A minimum of three years directly related experience required Demonstrated advanced knowledge of related computer applications pertinent to the function Demonstrated advanced knowledge of friction ridge science Demonstrated knowledge of photography and image clarification Demonstrated knowledge in relation to legislation concerning the authorized use of fingerprints Attention to detail Demonstrated organizational skills Effective oral communication and interpersonal skills Demonstrated analytical, research and problem solving skills

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What we offer
The salary range for these positions is $74,536.00 - $125,584.00 per annum. Peel Regional Police offers a highly competitive compensation package; applicants will be considered for the top end of the range ($88,512.00 - $125,584.00) based on experience. The salary is complemented with a comprehensive benefit program, including employer-paid Health/Dental and Life Insurance after a six (6) month waiting period; and the OMERS Pension Plan effective upon hire.
Peel Regional Police is committed to providing resources and development opportunities for continual growth of staff. This includes (but is not limited to) providing internal opportunities, tuition reimbursement for continuing education, free on-site learning/training programs and providing any required equipment to support the safe and effective delivery of services.
Peel Regional Police is committed to ensuring the health and wellness of its employees and offers many programs and services in support of work-life balance and both personal and professional wellness. From wellness protection for you and your family, to state-of-the-art fitness facilities available to you free of charge, to structured programs to nurture your intellectual, physical and emotional wellness, we’ve got you covered.
About us
Peel Regional Police, the second largest municipal police service in Ontario, polices the cities of Mississauga and Brampton, with a population of almost 1.4 million residents, and Pearson International Airport, which saw an estimated 12.7 million people pass through in 2021. We are committed to our Vision of 'A Safer Community Together'. Everything we do is driven by our Mission, Vision and Values and we pride ourselves in being accountable to our community.
Peel Regional Police is acknowledged as one of Canada’s most progressive police services. A proactive approach to problem-solving, a dedication to professional excellence and a reputation for making the community a better place in which to live and work – these are the hallmarks of Peel Regional Police.
The next step is yours!
Qualified persons should apply online at , referencing Job ID #303909 by Sunday May 28, 2023 at 10:59 P.M.
Shortlisted applicants will be contacted via email. Check your inbox regularly, including junk mail. No agency contact and/or referrals, please.
Applicants in consideration for hire shall be subject to a thorough background investigation that includes, but is not limited to, police checks with local, provincial and out-of-country law enforcement agencies, if required, education credentials, credit and financial inquiries, and personal and work references.