Crime Analysis for

Chief Executives

BJA Building Analytical Capacity Workshop

 

The "Crime Analysis for Chief Executives" two-day workshop seeks to assist top commanders in identifying how to support actionable analysis within their own departments and use that analysis to drive operations. Workshop attendees are provided with the very comprehensive guidebook on"Building a Model Crime Analysis Capacity: 50 Steps for Law Enforcement Professionals." The instructors guide the executives through the development of a customized plan to establish or enhance analysis within their own departments.

 

Department CEOs are encouraged to attend the workshop with agency teams consisting of the commander as well as supervisors and analysts so that they can work together to develop a plan that addresses specific challenges within their own departments and also determines how to best address local crime issues and make the most of available resources. Prior to the workshop, attendees are asked to complete an "agency inventory worksheet" detailing the department's technology and analysis capabilities so that the workshop can be best customized to address needs and challenges.

 

The workshop is free and free follow-up technical assistance is available to all participating agencies.

To learn more about upcoming workshops in your area or how to register, please contact Mark Damitio at markdamitio@iadlest.org or you can reach our office at 208-288-5491.

 

BJA Crime Analysis On Demand Resources.pdf

 
Objective Topics Covered
Workshop Locations

This free, intensive two-day workshop is intended to support Chiefs, Sheriffs and other police executives in the development, utilization and enhancement of crime and public safety analysis intended to drive departmental operations.

 Each participating agency is asked to attend as agency teams including CEO/commander, supervisor and analyst representatives. The training is intended to build capacity and improve communication among ranks and disciplines, specific to the creation and utilization of actionable analysis leading to reductions in crimes, crashes and other social harms and the effective and efficient use of patrol, investigative and other available resources.


  • ·         CAD and RMS Data Access
  • ·         Data Quality
  • ·         Database Management
  • ·         Tactical Analysis
  • ·         Strategic Analysis
  • ·         Administrative Analysis
  • ·         Analysis-Driven Operations

 

  • ·         DDACTS

  • ·         Investigative Analysis

  • ·         Effective Resource Deployment

  • ·         GIS and Spatial Analysis/Hot  Spots

  • ·         Evaluation

  • ·         Effective Commander/Analyst     Communication
  •           Compstat


November 14-15, 2016 Oriskany, NY

November 17-18, 2016 Pomona, NY

November 29-30, 2016 Appleton, WI

February 22-23, 2017 Concord, NC

Feb 28-March 1, 2017 Davie, FL

May 10-11, 2017 Santa Fe, NM












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