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Homeland Security Bureau - Command Information Center (Organizational)

Introduction:  The Command Information Center is a multifaceted and highly technical compound that is capable of intelligence gathering. It entails the coordination of field activities and the multi-jurisdictional management of any type of emergency. Members assigned to the Command Information Center monitor the computer Aided Dispatch System on a 24 hour 7 days a week basis. Violent crimes, Unusual Incidents, Bomb Threats/Suspicious packages, Intelligence Information, Suspicious Persons, Gun Recovery and any other incident/event deemed necessary are recorded in the Command Information Center’s running resume for posting in the daily “SOCC” report. The CIC disseminates raw intelligence information to support personnel on a “real-time-basis” as it develops using the RSAN paging system, radio and landline communication.

Location: 300 Indiana Avenue NW, Suite 5020, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule:  The office is open Monday through Friday; 8:30 A.M. through 5:00 P.M. 

Number of  Citizen Volunteer Positions: One

Number of Intern Positions: One

Program Description: The candidate will provide support for the following MPD initiatives: assembly of Directive packages, development of a directive distribution management system, assisting in the development of manpower schedules, maintaining personnel records, and development of a Bureau specific training program.

The candidate can expect to perform a variety of tasks including, but not limited to, compiling and cataloging documentation and assisting in the preparation of project material and reports. To accomplish these tasks, the candidate will use computer applications to perform data analysis and word processing.

Accessibility: Public Transportation (Red Line)

Last Updated: 10/24/2011