Human Trafficking Analyst

Office of the Attorney General

Department of Law

Prosecution - Human Trafficking - Analyst

*To move forward in the recruiting process ALL External applicants are required to:

  • Attach a current Resume
  • Cover Letter
  • Attach "Department of Law Employment Application(click link to obtain:
  • Attach copies of official undergraduate/graduate transcripts (unofficial will suffice until official transcripts are received)
  • Answer all prescreening questions 
  • If the file is too large to attach please email the document(s) to [email protected] to include the position title - application material(s) in the subject line.

Job Summary:

Analyst will implement a Landlord Engagement Project within the Human Trafficking Unit, under the direction of the Unit Chief. Analyst will work with partnering groups and agencies to identify Illicit Massage Parlors throughout the State of Georgia and will work with landlords to notify them of their tenants’ activities. Duties include but are not limited to: utilizing databases and social media to conduct independent research; evaluating information provided by partnering agencies and determining the weight of crime indicators; collaborating with state and local agencies; and communicating with landlords.  



Specific Duties & Responsibilities:


  • Attending courses pertaining to the investigation and deterrence of Illicit Massage Parlors
  • Evaluating evidence of illegal activity and making recommendations to Unit Chief based on research and analysis
  • Using databases and social media to conduct legal research
  • Organize collaborative meetings with state and local government entities
  • Conduct formal presentations of program results to stakeholders as requested
  • Create and implement policy and procedure based on best practices
  • Collaborate with Federal, State and local law enforcement agencies on issues pertaining to investigative support and information gathering
  • Mail informational letters and maintain responsive phone communication with landlords
  • Refer cases for investigation when appropriate

Minimum Qualifications:

  • 4 year college degree in criminal justice or related field
  • 4 years of experience in information technology or in a law enforcement or prosecution setting
  • Proficiency with computer programs and social media
  • Exceptional organizational skills  
  • Exceptional research skills

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience collecting and analyzing investigative materials such as police reports and case files
  • Experience investigating and locating persons using databases, social media and other resources
  • Knowledge of current law enforcement databases and available computer programs
  • Experience handling and organizing evidence