Best Practices for Effective Crime Analysis
Defining your role and providing actionable crime intel
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Best Practices for Effective Crime Analysis: Defining your role and providing actionable crime intel
Class Description

Before you can become an effective crime analyst within your agency, you must first build your analytical foundation. As a newly hired or experienced crime analyst, you sometimes feel that something might be missing and aren't quite sure if you're crossing your T's and dotting your I's. As a crime analyst, YOU should be defining your role and providing actionable crime analysis that will make you the "go to person" for all things crime and offender related.

This presentation will help you establish a solid base for your crime analysis unit, adapt to the law enforcement culture, produce information and products that are useful to command staff, patrol and detectives. If your chief or supervisor is focused on your administrative prowess, it's time to show them that you are a crime fighting superstar!

Topics Covered:

  • Become the local crime expert
  • Tactical, Strategic and Administrative analysis
  • Effective and Actionable products
  • What, So what, Now what
  • In-Progress events
  • An arsenal of data
  • Investigative tools
  • Where do you fit within your agency
  • Case Studies
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