This is full performance level research and information management work conducting analytical studies for a law enforcement, correctional, public or behavioral health, human services, or revenue collecting department or agency. Employees in this class have responsibility for researching, collecting data and performing statistical analysis needed to monitor trends, patterns, and changes in revenue, populations, socioeconomic and demographic factors, technology and operating activities that impact quality and delivery of service to the community and clientele, or patterns and trends in tax and water collections and delinquencies. Work includes utilizing computer hardware and software for reporting purposes and management analysis. Responsibility for the design, implementation and maintenance of computer based management information systems necessary for the evaluation and analysis of ongoing programs or trends is an important aspect of the work. Employees assigned to the law enforcement agency have responsibility for performing analysis of specific crimes to project crime trends. Employees assigned to the Fiscal specialty have responsibility for data analyses related to economic development and tax policies or tracking revenue and performing analysis of fiscal related procedures. Work is performed under the supervision of a technical or administrative superior.