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Jessica Claire
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Summary

Mission-driven Criminal Intelligence Analyst with over 8 years of experience in applying advanced research and analysis skills to identify potential threats and provide case support. Passionate and knowledgeable about intelligence gathering techniques, information sharing, and supporting officer and public safety initiatives

Skills
  • Real-time criminal intelligence research, analysis and collection
  • Preparation of detailed investigative reports, briefings and intelligence products
  • Expert in the research, collection, analysis, and interpretation of data and information from a variety of digital and electronic sources, including data from cell phones, computers, tablets, surveillance and communications devices, and social media platforms
Experience
02/2022 to Current
Public Safety Intelligence Analyst Department Of Administrative Services, State Of Ohio Logan, OH,
  • Serve as the statewide coordinator and technical
    advisor for statewide education and outreach for all
    homeland security programs
  • Travel to various locations around the state to attend
    and/ or provide training to law enforcement agencies,
    emergency management agencies, and various
    homeland security sector leaders.
  • Act as a liaison between law enforcement agencies,
    county emergency management agencies, and other
    various homeland security sector leaders statewide
    and nationally
  • Coordinate with law enforcement, federal partners and other intelligence community personnel to stay up-to-date on emerging trends and threats
  • Collaborate with statewide law enforcement agencies to formulate and implement homeland security
  • Maintain a Secret Level Security Clearance Attend classified and unclassified information/intelligence sharing meetings
02/2016 to 02/2022
Public Safety Intelligence Analyst Department Of Administrative Services, State Of Ohio Garfield Heights, OH,
  • Became Subject Matter Expert of the Force Protection Team in 2018 (leadership role)
  • Extensive knowledge and experience working cases involving human trafficking, drug trafficking, threats to elected officials, threats to state property, domestic terrorism, money laundering, tax fraud, food stamp fraud, gang activity, sexual assault, homicide, arson and weapons offenses
  • Extensive knowledge and work experience using open source intelligence techniques
  • Extensive knowledge and experience using social media to assist sworn officers in a variety of cases
  • Creates sophisticated and /or complex criminal and terrorist related policies
  • Formulates and implements plans, policies, and procedures for the receipt of locally and federally generated time sensitive threat information (e.g. policies & protocols for state and local governmental entities in homeland security, counterterrorism, and protection of critical infrastructure and resources in the State of Ohio) in order to assess local implications of time-sensitive and emerging threat information Dissemination of time sensitive and emerging threat information to all Law Enforcement, Homeland Security partners and other related Public Safety disciplines
  • Gather locally generated information (e.g., suspicious activity reporting) based on time sensitive and emerging threats Independently reviews and analyzes problems related to sophisticated criminal and/or complex terrorismrelated activity from agency personnel and other Intelligence units
  • Develops proper research tools, methods and intelligence request forms to appropriately accommodate intelligence information
  • Identifies and analyzes informational databases, spreadsheets and reports allowing information to be easily exchanged and understood • Prepares intelligence reports, products, & briefings for presentation to all public safety partners
  • Coordinates interstate and intrastate information
  • Provides operational guidance to new partners Maintains association with and facilitates exchange of information between federal, state and local law enforcement agencies for disposition of criminal activity and/or intelligence information
  • Travel to various locations with required job related equipment (e.g.; lab top, surveillance equipment, etc.) in order to collect, research and analyze intelligence information and other resources to determine patterns, trends and movements of terrorists and/or professional criminals to aid law enforcement and public safety agencies with investigations and the mitigation of public safety incidents
  • Collects, researches and analyzes intelligence information and other resources to determine patterns, trends and movements of terrorists and/or professional criminals to aid law enforcement agencies with investigations
  • Coordinates research activities with other departmental units and/or outside agencies
  • Ensures compliance with applicable federal statutes and Ohio Revised Code Assists in reviewing and recommending intelligence/analytical related software and hardware equipment
  • Maintain common operating picture for the State of Ohio including overall threats, hazards, and response operations throughout the state and or nation as resources are deployed
  • Support information and intelligence gathering for situational awareness reports
  • Support incident specific briefing to senior agency leadership and others as directed
  • Review correspondence, directives, and reports to ensure accuracy and completeness
  • Analyze trends that may indicate potential need for state involvement and asset deployment - Conduct special analytical studies to support the agency
  • Serves as resource person and technical advisor (e.g., responds to requests for information; represents agency in meetings) in area of homeland security, criminal intelligence, and public safety
  • Responds to the OSHP Hub, State Fusion Center, or Emergency Operations Center during critical incidents
  • Cross-trains job duties with Homeland Security & Criminal Intelligence
07/2019 to 11/2019
Public Safety Intelligence Analyst Department Of Administrative Services, State Of Ohio Tiffin, OH,
  • Tasked with helping develop and write Standard Operating Procedures, policies and created templates for intelligence products
  • Trained four other PSIA's on the utilization of commercial, law enforcement, and state information databases.
  • Selected to be LEADS TAC for the agency. Had the responsibility to train new LEADS users on ethical utilization of LEADS and maintain records of analyst's certifications.
  • Extensive knowledge and experience working cases involving human trafficking, drug trafficking, threats to elected officials, threats to state property, domestic terrorism, money laundering, tax fraud, food stamp fraud, gang activity, sexual assault, homicide, arson and weapons offenses
  • Extensive knowledge and work experience using open source intelligence techniques
  • Extensive knowledge and experience using social media to assist sworn officers in a variety of cases
  • Creates sophisticated and /or complex criminal and terrorist related policies
  • Formulates and implements plans, policies, and procedures for the receipt of locally and federally generated time sensitive threat information (e.g. policies & protocols for state and local governmental entities in homeland security, counterterrorism, and protection of critical infrastructure and resources in the State of Ohio) in order to assess local implications of time-sensitive and emerging threat information
  • Identify the dissemination of time sensitive and emerging threat information to all Law Enforcement, Homeland Security partners and other related Public Safety disciplines
  • Gather locally generated information (e.g., suspicious activity reporting) based on time sensitive and emerging threats
  • Develops proper research tools, methods and intelligence request forms to appropriately accommodate intelligence information
  • Identifies and analyzes informational databases, spreadsheets and reports allowing information to be easily exchanged and understood
  • Prepares intelligence reports, products, & briefings for presentation to all public safety partners
  • Collects, researches and analyzes intelligence information and other resources to determine patterns, trends and movements of terrorists and/or professional criminals to aid law enforcement agencies with investigations
  • Coordinates research activities with other departmental units and/or outside agencies
  • Support incident specific briefing to senior agency leadership and others as directed
05/2015 to 02/2016
Anti-Money Laundering Analyst First National Bank Texas Little Rock, AR,
  • Responsible for fulfilling the Anti-Money Laundering/Bank Secrecy Act requirements through identification and investigation of suspicious activity on behalf of Huntington National Bank
  • Responsible for the preliminary investigation of system generated alerts associated with customer account transactions
  • Evaluate and analyze the information uncovered during the preliminary investigation make a recommendation whether the alert warrants a full investigation.
  • Assist with the workflow and case management process
  • Analyze customer account transactions to detect unusual activity and make decisions on appropriate action to take
  • Create a clear and concise comment that supports a case or no case decision.
  • Work cooperatively with business line to establish procedures for identifying suspicious customer transactions, specific to money laundering, including the proper method for reporting such activity to the anti-money-laundering group
  • Analyze sensitive information concerning customer and account activity including transaction data and conduct additional research that is potentially linked to money laundering, terrorist financing, organized crime, and other financial crime activity in order to determine if the filing of a SAR is required.
  • Maintain proficiency in conducting financial investigations by collecting, evaluating, analyzing information and evidence related to known or suspected money laundering or terrorist financing
  • Accurately identify money laundering red flags Maintain familiarity with appropriate investigation techniques to support AML monitoring activities, including research utilizing bank systems, intranet, internet and external vendor solutions as appropriate •
  • Interview Huntington National Bank personnel and business partners in establishing factual resolution of investigative cases related to known or suspected money laundering or terrorist financing Provide guidance, support, and recommendations to business lines regarding customer AML risk ratings and account activity.
  • Based on the outcome of the preliminary investigation, analyze and determine whether or not they alert warrants a further review that may result in a Suspicious Activity Report (SARs) filing.
  • Effectively communicate within the AML Investigations organization and across other functions/areas in Huntington National Bank, effectively conveying key information to both internal and external audiences as appropriate
  • Work cooperatively with Huntington National Bank internal departments to obtain and analyze necessary information related to the investigation.
  • Assist with departmental tracking and reporting and prepare investigation reports for management.
  • Assist in implementation of AML/BSA detection and prevention methods, such as training and instruction manuals.
  • Support any special projects or critical casework. Actively ensure compliance with the Huntington National Bank Code of Ethics and all Anti-Money Laundering, Bank Secrecy Act, information security and suspicious activity reporting requirements, policies and procedures.
  • Actively participate in any required corporate and business line training in these areas. Follows account opening procedures and understands and follows internal suspicious activity referral requirements and processes
Education and Training
Expected in 12/2017 to to
Master of Science: Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysis
Michigan State University - East Lansing, MI
GPA:

This graduate program positions graduates as subject-matter specialists in the practical aspects of law enforcement intelligence, rather than national security intelligence. This distinction gives graduates the tactical skills to drive law enforcement operations using intelligence data on the local, state or national levels.

CJ 802: "Proseminar in Law Enforcement Intelligence Operations" CJ 894: "Practicum: Career/Field Placement and Internship"

CJ 837: “Counterterrorism and Intelligence”

CJ 838: “Terrorism” CJ 839: “Analytic Thinking and Intelligence”

CJ 887: “Quantitative Methods of Criminal Justice Analysis”

CJ 809: “Issues in Criminal Justice”

CJ 896: “Policy Analysis Under Conditional Change”

CJ 811: “Design and Analysis of Criminal Justice Research"

Expected in 05/2015 to to
Bachelor of Arts: Criminal Justice
Michigan State University - East Lansing, MI
GPA:

Job-Related Coursework:

WRA: Writing "American Radical Thought"

CJ110:"Introduction to Criminal Justice"

CJ220:"Criminology"

ISS327: Writing/Reading "Risk and Society"

CJ210:"Forensic Science"

STT200:"Statistical Methods"

CJ275:"Criminal Procedure"

CJ292:"Methods of Criminal Justice Research" CJ365:"Corrections"

HST390:"History of International Relations"

CJ491:"Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program: Examining Social Issues Through the Prism of Prison"

CJ355:"Juvenile Justice"

CJ439:"Homeland Security"

REL330:"Islam"

CJ424:"Crime Mass Media and Society"

CSE101: Computer Science and Engineering: "Computing Concepts and Competencies"

REL432:"Modern Muslim Thought"

Expected in 05/2011 to to
High School Diploma:
Cathedral Catholic High School - San Diego, CA,
GPA:

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Michigan State University
  • Michigan State University
  • Cathedral Catholic High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Public Safety Intelligence Analyst
  • Public Safety Intelligence Analyst
  • Public Safety Intelligence Analyst
  • Anti-Money Laundering Analyst

Degrees

  • Master of Science
  • Bachelor of Arts
  • High School Diploma

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