Office Assignment: CVC HIDTA, Investigative Support Center
Duty Location(s): Sacramento, CA
Salary: $76,500 to $82,500 per year (no benefits)
Open Date: July 19, 2021
Close Date: August 16, 2021
The Investigative Support Center (ISC) of the Central Valley California High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (CVC HIDTA) is seeking qualified applicants for a Drug Intelligence Officer (DIO) position in Sacramento, CA.
This is a contract position renewable on a yearly basis, based upon performance and program continuation. The CVC HIDTA will compensate the DIO with the maximum annual total compensation of $76,500 to $82,500. Benefits are not included. Relocation expenses are not included.
The DIO will 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. This position will support efforts of key partners in the development and implementation of drug overdose information sharing systems.
The DIO will establish points of contact with key federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement representatives to achieve the following goals:
Promote awareness and utilization of the nationwide DIO network;
Promote awareness of priority intelligence through coordinated meetings, trainings, and outreach opportunities;
Coordinate the use of centralized databases for the timely exchange of information;
Identify drug trafficking operations across jurisdictions.
The DIO will track certain drug arrests and make appropriate notifications.
The DIO will coordinate the collection and dissemination of relevant intelligence obtained from a variety of law enforcement and other sources to develop a timely and accurate picture of existing local drug markets.
The DIO will provide analytical and case support for the HIDTA, local law enforcement, and other authorized agencies, such as but not limited to, preparing briefs, written reports, charts, graphs, and link analysis.
The HIDTA DIO will serve as a conduit for interstate requests for information.
Working Conditions/Physical Requirements
Travel may be required to perform certain work functions.
A U.S. citizen with experience/skills within the criminal justice system.
Knowledge of drug-related crimes, from prevention and investigation through prosecution.
Familiarity with national and regional intelligence organizations, sources, and procedures.
The ability to communicate effectively in written and verbal forms.
Basic computer skills and the ability to plan, write, and prepare extensive reports and documents.
A thorough law enforcement background investigation is required and the chosen applicant must be able to obtain a Secret or Top Secret National Security Clearance.