The creation of crime bulletins represents one of the most important functions of crime analysis units. Crime bulletins, however, are often missing several key elements that provide sworn officers with actionable intelligence. Now, more than ever, modern law enforcement requires best practices, and one of the most vital tools in law enforcement is reliable intelligence prepared by trained analysts.
Together, we will examine what sworn officers actually need, how to present this information, and why certain details are so critically important. In addition to creating actionable crime and intelligence bulletins, this webinar will also examine how analysts can enhance officer safety. Using YOUR real examples from multiple crime and intelligence products, we will explore how analysts can get the attention of both field officers and detectives, and discuss how their products are viewed--and used--by sworn personnel. Finally, as a trained analyst and patrol officer, the instructor will provide tips on what actually works, what doesn't, and how to successfully integrate the fields of crime analysis and policing.
Mindy Earle - Detective, Kansas City
Detective Earle has over six years of experience working as a crime analyst and patrol officer. She began her career working as an analyst before becoming a sworn member with the Kansas City Police Department (KCPD). She also holds a Master's Degree with a graduate certification in crime analysis. Her background, education and training in crime analysis provides a unique perspective to patrolling many of the highest crime areas throughout the city. Officer Earle also co-founded the Texas Law Enforcement Analyst Network (TXLEAN). She currently works as a patrol officer for KCPD and serves on special assignment with the Homeland Security Unit.
TXLEAN was formed in 2017 as an incorporated entity in Texas and is affiliated with the International Association of Crime Analysts (IACA).
TXLEAN is an incorporated 501(c)6 non-profit organization.
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