Martha Robbins

Martha Robbins is a seasoned crime analyst with over 22 years of crime analysis experience. She began her career as a crime analyst with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) in 2001, where she was the crime analyst for East L.A. Station and West Hollywood Station. She spent the majority of her 17 years with LASD assigned to the Detective Division as the crime analyst for Major Crimes Bureau and Operation Safe Streets Bureau (Gang Unit). Martha has worked as a crime analyst at the Costa Mesa Police Department and is currently a crime analyst with the Huntington Beach Police Department. In 2006, she received a Distinguished Service Award from LASD, the highest award bestowed upon a civilian employee, for her investigative contributions in a kidnap for ransom case. She has also served as the vice president of membership for the Southern California Crime and Intelligence Analysts Association. She is a POST-certified instructor and was involved in the development and implementation of a professional certification in crime and intelligence analysis through California State University, Long Beach. She has a BS in criminal justice from Northern Arizona University and holds a professional certificate in crime and intelligence analysis from California State University, Fullerton.

Classes Taught By Martha
Cell Phone, Google and Social Media Analysis