As an Investigative Analyst, you will:
Provides analysis, support, oversight, and guidance for Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) enforcement programs and initiatives in Criminal Investigation (CI), including the inter-relationship of CI BSA enforcement programs with similar programs conducted by other law enforcement agencies.
Correlates BSA trends and case studies with data from other law enforcement agencies, including terrorist watch, Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) and similar blocked person lists.
Attends meetings/briefings with other law enforcement organizations to exchange information concerning BSA violations and other financial crimes, including tax crimes, and to discuss emerging trends, case studies, and analytical techniques using Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) and other information in criminal investigations.
Prepares instructions, guides, and other data for use by technical personnel on ways to research data to identify BSA violations and related financial crimes which would include developing and delivering training to others
Uses knowledge of BSA and related laws and regulations to identify criminal violations of BSA, tax, and other laws and regulations, with a focus on money laundering, structuring, identity theft, corruption, mortgage fraud, insurance fraud, unlicensed money remitters, digital currency, and stock manipulation.
Correlates collected information by arranging and evaluating available data so as to identify all possible sources of BSA and other law enforcement information that will substantiate or refute information presently available. Identifies and investigates separate BSA and law enforcement issues that may grow from research conducted.
Reviews current literature to remain up to date in methods, software, and technologies utilized to collect, analyze, and summarize findings, in order to efficiently complete BSA and law enforcement research.
Prepares strategic enforcement trend analyses based on BSA and law enforcement data from all CI field offices, as well as information obtained from law enforcement partners such as Department of Justice (DOJ), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), and summarizes in written and/or oral reports to management for law enforcement policy planning and resource allocation.
You must have at least one year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS 11 level. Specialized experience is experience in a law enforcement environment using knowledge of Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) to identify trends, conduct analysis and identify IRS related violations.
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