Now Hiring: Crime Intelligence Analyst

All interested applicants must first visit https://ga-douglascounty.civicplushrms.com/Careers/ to apply.

 

Crime Intelligence Analyst

Full Time

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is actively seeking a Crime Intelligence Analyst with training and experience.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

The essential functions of a Crime Intelligence Analyst are to collect, analyze, and disseminate information that may be incorporated into the everyday activities of the Sheriff’s Office in an effort to combat crime and allocate resources.

Data Collection and Analysis

Crime Analysis information will be collected using federal, state, and local law enforcement databases. From the data elements and sources, Crime Analyst will compile data into organized formats for subsequent comparison and analysis. The position requires the ability to exercise judgement, decisiveness, and creativity in situations involving evaluation of information against measurable and verifiable criteria.

Preferred Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, Business, Data Analysis, Statistics, or other closely related field
  • Must be able to pass eligibility requirements for employment with this agency
  • Must complete a GCIC/NCIC certification within 6 months of employment
  • Must be fluent in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, no felony convictions, must be of good moral character and have good communication skills
  • O.S.T. Certified Law Enforcement Officer or Civilian
  • A combination of, education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities for this job will be used to determine suitability for this position

Salary, Hours and Benefits

  • Salary range: $48,434.79-$50,888.29
  • Monday-Friday 8-5 with weekends, county holidays and inclement weather days off
  • Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance
  • Defined Benefit Pension Plan
  • Uniforms Provided

Please submit a resume with your application.

Man Arrested on Multiple Drug Charges

In late April 2019, agents with the Sheriff’s office Special Investigations Division received information about an Eric Vaughan Brown, possibly selling narcotics in Douglas County. Over the course of the next several months, agents with SID were able to make several purchases of cocaine and MDMA (Ecstasy) from Mr. Brown. These transactions occurred inside Douglas County.

On July 25, 2019, agents with SID and the Sheriff’s office Crime Suppression Unit were able to take Mr. Brown into custody during a transaction involving cocaine. Subsequent to his arrest, Mr. Brown was found to be in possession of cocaine and marijuana. He also had a loaded firearm in his possession. Brown was accompanied by three children under 18 during his last transaction.

A search warrant was executed at his residence where agents recovered cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine and marijuana. Four additional firearms were recovered from the residence.

Eric Vaughan Brown was taken to the Douglas County jail and charged with the following.

  • Sales of a schedule I controlled substance
  • Sales of cocaine
  • Possession of cocaine with the intent to distribute
  • Possession of methamphetamine with the intent to distribute
  • Possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute
  • Possession of heroin with the intent to distribute
  • Possession of drug related objects
  • Possession of firearm while in possession of VGCSA (5 counts)
  • Reckless conduct (3 Counts)
  • Use of telecommunication facilities (3 Count)
  • Sales or possession with intent to distribute narcotics within 1000 feet of elementary School (3 Counts)

He is currently being held without bond. More charges are pending on other co-conspirators.

Congratulations, Sergeant Harris

Sheriff Tim Pounds and staff would like to congratulate Dep. Melissa Harris on her recent promotion to Sergeant. She will be moving from Court Services to one of our two Jail night shifts.

Cleaning Up

Last week, some of our trusties pressure washed around the Woodie Fite Center and the playground equipment at Woodrow Wilson Park.

Echols, Amber Dann

Name: Amber Dann Echols
AKA:
Sex: F
Race: W
YOB: 1983
Build:
Weight: 138lbs
Height: 4’11”
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Brown
Tattoos: Arms, back, and neck
Scars:
Glasses:
Facial Hair:

Offense(s): Violation of Probation x3

If you have any contact with this individual, please notify the following:
Emergency: (770) 949-5656
Tipline: (678) 486-1253
Warrants Division: 770-920-7141 or 678-486-1283
Lt. Randy Daniell
Douglas County Sheriff’s Office
Phone: (770) 920-4976
E-Mail: jdaniell@sheriff.douglas.ga.us
Sgt. Dale Kelley
Douglas County Sheriff’s Office
Phone: (770) 920-4903
E-Mail: dkelley@sheriff.douglas.ga.us
Inv. Hosea Gainer
Douglas County Sheriff’s Office
Phone: (678) 486-1215
E-Mail: hgainer@sheriff.douglas.ga.us
Inv. Joey Garland
Douglas County Sheriff’s Office
Phone: (678) 873-6747
E-Mail: jgarland@sheriff.douglas.ga.us
Inv. Rodney Howard
Douglas County Sheriff’s Office
Phone: (770) 920-4976
Email: rhoward@sheriff.douglas.ga.us
Inv. Mike Wheeler
Douglas County Sheriff’s Office
Phone: (770) 577-5102
E-Mail: mwheeler@sheriff.douglas.ga.us
Dep. Anthony Cassity
Douglas County Sheriff’s Office
Phone: (678) 486-1207
Email: acassity@sheriff.douglas.ga.us
Dep. Brad Northcutt
Douglas County Sheriff’s Office
Phone: (770) 920-4404
Email: bnorthcutt@sheriff.douglas.ga.us
Capt. Allen Watkins
Douglas County Sheriffs Office
Phone: (770) 920-4936
E-Mail: awatkins@sheriff.douglas.ga.us

Tips to Avoid Mail Fraud

The Sheriff’s Office would like to inform our community of some safety measures to insure that your checks and banking information are safe. When sending checks as a form of payment via the postal system it is better not to do so from your residential mail box unless it is a locking mailbox. Criminals often look for the red flag up on a residential mailbox and attempt to steal mail in hopes of finding a check in the mail. It’s always best to drop off bills with checks inside directly at the post office or send them from a locking mailbox. If you are receiving a box of blank checks in the mail it is best to have them delivered to a locked mail receptacle or to your bank where you can pick them up. You may also consider signing up for “informed delivery” on the USPS website. “Informed Delivery” allows the post office to send you a daily email of scanned items you will be receiving in the mail that day. You can use this email to monitor what you are having delivered that day and know what to expect.