Certified Law Enforcement Analyst Directory

The International Association of Crime Analysts is proud to showcase the Certified Law Enforcement Analysts listed on this page. As of 7/28/2017, there are 64 total CLEAs and growing.

 

BrianBrian Aagaard
Research Associate
Durham, North Carolina United States
CLEA Class of 2013

I began studying criminal justice at Mercyhurst College and graduated with my B.A. in 2006. I earned my M.A. in Criminal Justice from SUNY Albany in 2008. I have previously worked as an analyst for the Finn Institute at the Onondaga Crime Analysis Center, the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation, and the City of Durham Police Department. I currently work as a research associate for RTI International. I attained CLEA certification in 2013.

 

Angelique J.Angelique J. Abbott
Intelligence Led Policing Manager
Boca Raton, Florida United States
CLEA Class of 2016

Angelique joined the Boca Raton Police Department in October 2015 as the Intelligence Led Policing Manager. Prior to the BRPD she worked with the Fairfax County Police Department from 2002-2015 having held the positions of Crime Analyst I and II, Crime Analysis Program Manager and Director of Crime, Traffic & Intelligence Analysis. Angelique received her MPA degree in Public and Nonprofit Management from The Maxwell School at Syracuse University, BA in Public Policy - Civil Rights Policy from the SUNY Albany, as well as degrees in Business Administration and Humanities from Onondaga Community College. Angelique is also a graduate of the IACP Leadership in Police Organizations program and a Certified Law Enforcement Analyst through the IACA.

 

JonathanJonathan Alston
Criminal Intelligence Analyst
Lethbridge, Alberta Canada
CLEA Class of 2007

I received my B.Sc. from BYU. I earned an M.A. in Crim. from Simon Fraser University after studying the patterns of serial rapists. I went to the U of Alberta to get my Ph.D. and ended up helping out the police on a robbery series (late '99). Soon after that I was offered what was supposed to be a temp job and have been a crime analyst ever since. I am currently working with the RCMP on the Rocky Mountain Integrated Border Enforcement Team (IBET). I was proud to achieve CLEA status with IACA in July 2007.

 

TianaTiana Antul
Principal Crime Analyst
Worcester, Massachusetts United States
CLEA Class of 2010

Bio not available at this time.

 

PaulPaul Arnold
Crime Analyst
Thornton, Colorado United States
CLEA Class of 2012

Paul is currently the Crime Analyst for the City of Thornton Police Department in Colorado. Prior to working in Thornton, he taught for almost 10 years in the subject areas of Criminology, Crime and Race, Policing, and Sociology at CU-Boulder, Colorado State University, and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas as a Graduate Instructor or visiting Instructor. He is a past President of the Colorado Crime Analysts Association (CCAA) and is contributing to the local understanding of Crime Analysis by lecturing at local universities, colleges, and police agencies on crime and Crime Analysis. I truly believe in the quote from the late Vaclav Havel, "Work for something because it is good, not just because it stands a chance to succeed."

 

AngelaAngela Backer-Hines
Crime Analyst, Computer Forensic Examiner
Eagan, Minnesota United States
CLEA Class of 2012

I have been an analyst since 2004 at varying levels of the criminal justice system (city, county, multi-jurisdictional and statewide). I love working in law enforcement and could not imagine being in any other field. I studied Criminal Justice and Forensic Science at Hamline University and have a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Criminal Behavior from Tiffin University. In 2008 I became a Certified Crime and Intelligence Analyst through the California Department of Justice, I obtained my IACA Certification (CLEA) in 2012 and I obtained my IALEIA Certification (CICA) in 2017. I am also the treasurer of the Minnesota analyst association (MACIA) and the Training Class Coordinator for the IACA.

 

KimmKimm Barnes
Investigations Analyst
Roseburg, Oregon United States
CLEA Class of 2012

I have served with the Douglas County Sheriff's Office since February, 1999, as a Police Records Clerk, Reserve Deputy, and as an Investigations Analyst. For the past 16 years, I have been assigned to our Investigations Division, where I focus on tactical crime analysis and major crimes investigations. I earned a BS in Criminal Justice from Southern Oregon University in 2008 and completed my MSCJ - Crime Analysis degree through Tiffin University in 2011. I obtained my IACA certification in March, 2012. I hold memberships in IACA & the Oregon Homicide Investigators Association (OHIA). I am currently the Online Training Coordinator for IACA.

 

AnthonyAnthony Berger
Program Manager
Tacoma, Washington United States
CLEA Class of 2007

Tony is the Program Manager and creator of Washington State's first Real Time Crime Center, a division of South Sound 911, in Tacoma, WA. Tony has over 29 years of commissioned law enforcement experience and is a past president of the Northwest Regional Crime Analysts Network (NORCAN), an instructor for the International Association of Crime Analysts (IACA), and served a partial term as Vice President of Administration for the IACA. Under Tony's leadership the Pierce County Sheriff's Department Crime Analysis Unit won the 2002 ESRI Special Achievement in GIS award. Tony has presented on Crime Analysis topics all over the United States, Trinidad and Tobago, and for the Turkish National Police.

 

EmilyEmily Blackburn
Crime Analysis Unit Manager
St. Louis, Missouri United States
CLEA Class of 2011

I started as an Investigator with the Missouri Attorney General's office in the "No-Call" (anti-telemarketing) unit in 2000, and has there for 3 years. I then moved to Miami and worked in the private sector for about 8 months before moving to Palm Beach County to work as a Medicaid Fraud Analyst for 4 years. As luck/life would have it work took us back to St. Louis just as they were moving from a Crime Analysis pilot to a full-fledged unit. I started working there the first "full time" week in July of 2007. In January of 2011, I was promoted to manager of the unit.

 

LynnLynn Brewer
Crime Analysis Supervisor
Newport News, Virginia United States
CLEA Class of 2007

Lynn began her career with the Newport News Police Department as the first crime analyst in 1980. She was promoted to supervisor of the unit in 1997, and she now supervises a unit of seven analysts. She holds a BS in Government Administration from Christopher Newport University and a Masters in Public Administration from Troy State University. Lynn was a founding member and the first president of the Virginia Crime Analysis Network (VCAN). She is an instructor for the IACA training series. She is a Certified Crime Analyst with the California State University program and was one of the first ten IACA Certified Analysts, class of 2007.

 

ChristopherChristopher Bruce
Vice President of Membership
Danvers, Massachusetts United States
CLEA Class of 2006

Independent consultant and trainer in crime analysis. 17 years as a crime analyst at the Cambridge (MA) and Danvers (MA) police departments; Analytical Director for the Data-Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety (DDACTS) program, 2011-Present. Work for variety of U.S. DOJ programs to provide crime analysis assistance. President of the IACA, 2007-2012; Vice President of Administration from 2000-2006. President of the Massachusetts Association of Crime Analysts, 2000-2004. Teach graduate and undergraduate classes at Tiffin University, Western Oregon University. Frequent conference presenter and trainer. Interests and specialties include tactical forecasting, spatial statistics, CrimeStat, Access, Excel, traffic analysis, jazz.

 

MilenaMilena Bruns
Intelligence Analist
The Hague, Other (Not Listed) Netherlands
CLEA Class of 2011

Bio not available at this time.

 

BrandiBrandi Christon
Crime Analyst
Fort Collins, Colorado United States
CLEA Class of 2014

Bio not available at this time.

 

JenniferJennifer Coner
Crime Analyst
Newport News, Virginia United States
CLEA Class of 2009

Bio not available at this time.

 

TrinaTrina Cook
Police Information Analyst
Tukwila, Washington United States
CLEA Class of 2012

An analyst since 2000, Trina gained law enforcement experience as a records specialist for six years before starting at Tukwila PD. Trina became a Certified Law Enforcement Analyst in 2012, and is the Certification Commission Chair. In 2014-15, she led the vendor selection process for her department's new records management system. Trina enjoys being involved in her regional association, NORCAN, and has a special place in her heart for threshold analysis and z-scores.

 

RyanRyan Cotter
Director of Research
Phoenix, Arizona United States
CLEA Class of 2017

Dr. Ryan Cotter is currently the Director of Research for an advanced analytical division serving the Maricopa County criminal justice system. Dr. Cotter’s research division provides advanced analytical support to all major criminal justice agencies and consists of graduate level researchers specializing in: statistical modeling, program evaluation, GIS analysis, machine learning, process improvement, and project management. Dr. Cotter has a PhD in criminology with a specialization in intelligence and organized crime and currently teaches a variety of criminology courses at Arizona State University. At present, Dr. Cotter’s principal interest is in automated crime analysis and utilizing machine learning to enhance law enforcement.

 

ChristopherChristopher Delaney
Law Enforcement Technical Lead
Rochester, New York United States
CLEA Class of 2009

Chris is the Law Enforcement Technical Lead for Esri where he helps define and evangelize how Esri technology can support LE agencies. In his previous career, he worked as a analyst for Rochester, NY PD for 13 years, initially working on gangs and violence. In 2007, he became the first managing analyst of the Monroe Crime Analysis Center, directing analytical work for a staff of 19 sworn and non-sworn personnel. Before leaving to join Esri, he was Director of Business Intelligence at RPD. Chris is a CLEA Class of 2009, holds a B.S. in Criminal Justice and an M.S. in Public Policy from RIT, where he has been an Adjunct Lecturer. He has previously served the IACA as the standards chair of the Standards, Methods, and Technology committee

 

PamelaPamela Delaney
Senior Planner/GIS
Rochester, New York United States
CLEA Class of 2009

Pamela (Notar) Delaney is a Senior Planner/GIS for the City of Rochester (NY). She was previously a crime analyst for the Rochester Police for 4 years and with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police for 2.5 years. She holds a Master's Degree from UNC Charlotte in Geography. Her and her husband, fellow CLEA Chris Delaney, live in Rochester, NY with their 1 year old son Connor and enjoy traveling, great food, and great wine!

 

EdEd Eads
Crime Analyst
Asheville, North Carolina United States
CLEA Class of 2016

Bio not available at this time.

 

RuthRuth Eisner
Certified Senior Crime Analyst
Aurora, Colorado United States
CLEA Class of 2011

I received my Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice, from the University of Colorado, Denver, in December 2005. In April 2006, I began my crime analysis career with the Aurora Colorado Police Department. I started as a tactical analyst and provided analytical support to police personnel on a district level. I have since worked my way up to the chief’s office and currently provide citywide data, analytical and statistical support to the chief of police along with his executive staff. I decided early on in my career that I wanted to become a certified crime analyst. After I obtained the proper amount of training, knowledge and experience, I happily received Certification as a Law Enforcement Analyst (CLEA) from the IACA in May 2011.

 

JasonJason Elder

Nashville, Tennessee United States
CLEA Class of 2010

Jason Elder is the chair of the Standards, Methods, and Technology committee with the IACA. He currently teaches for the IALEIA's Foundation of Intelligence Analysis Training (FIAT) program. He earned his IACA certification in 2010.

 

JudyJudy Fernandez
Senior Pattern Analyst
Reston, Virginia United States
CLEA Class of 2006

After serving 16 years in local law enforcement at the Gilbert Police Department and Chandler Police Department in Arizona and the Federal Way Police Department in Washington State, Judy accepted a position in 2013 as a senior pattern analyst for BAIR Analytics (now LexisNexis Special Services Inc), applying advanced crime analysis techniques to the Department of Defense's counter-IED fight against terrorist threat networks. She has a Master of Science in Criminal Justice and Crime Analysis from Tiffin University and a Bachelor of the Arts in US History from Seattle University. She has served on the IACA CLEA Certification Committee since 2009 and is a past president of the Arizona Association of Crime Analysts.

 

ShawnShawn Fisher
Crime Analyst
Omaha, Nebraska United States
CLEA Class of 2008

I have been a Crime Analyst with the Omaha Police Department since 2003. Most of my job duties focus on tactical analysis. My educational background is Geography / Geology from Northwest Missouri State University (Maryville, MO) and Geography / GIS from the University of Nebraska (Omaha). In 2009, I was honored to receive the Corona Solutions Innovations in Crime Analysis Award and present at the annual IACA conference. I am a Certified Law Enforcement Analyst since 2008. My personal interests revolve mostly around my husband and 3 daughters.... camping, soccer, softball, and other family events.

 

CarolCarol Fitzgerald
Crime Analyst
Leominster, Massachusetts United States
CLEA Class of 2010

Graduated from Hartwick College (Oneonta NY) in 1994 with a degree in psychology and from UMass-Lowell in 1997 with a Master's Degree in Criminal Justice. I worked for the Lowell (MA) Police Department immediately after graduation. From there I worked at the New England HIDTA Investigative Support Center, the Fitchburg (MA) Police Department and currently with the Leominster (MA) Police Department. I have been serving as Secretary for the Massachusetts Association of Crime Analysts since 2002. I also serve as the co-chair for the New England Organized Retail Crime Alliance (NEORCA) that was unrolled in September 2013.

 

AdrienneAdrienne Galbrecht
Crime Analyst
Lenexa, Kansas United States
CLEA Class of 2016

I have been a proud member of the Lenexa Police Department since 2013 and strive to promote crime analysis in law enforcement. I also serve on the board of my local crime analysis association (MARCAN) and am the List Administrator for the IACA's technology committee. Achieving CLEA status has always been a goal of mine and I was extremely excited to reach that goal in 2016!

 

MarkMark Gorthy
Senior Crime Research Specialist
Rochester, New York United States
CLEA Class of 2011

Mark has been with the Rochester Police Department (RPD) ten years and is currently assigned to the Monroe Crime Analysis Center (MCAC), a joint venture between the NYS Department of Criminal Justice Services and local law enforcement partners. Staff numbers approximately 20 and Mark supervises a group of analysts and projects for RPD. He holds a master's degree from the State University of New York and enjoys working on collaborative research with faculty in the Department of Criminal Justice at Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

AlishaAlisha Grow
Crime Analyst
Richland, Washington United States
CLEA Class of 2015

Bio not available at this time.

 

SheliaShelia Hargis
Crime Intelligence Analyst Supervisor
Austin, Texas United States
CLEA Class of 2006

I have been a crime analyst since November of 2000. I supervisor nine amazing analysts who support a variety of investigative units such as Homicide, Robbery, Sex Crimes, Organized Crime, Burglary and Auto Theft. Working as a crime analyst is the coolest job in law enforcement!

 

MatthewMatthew Harris
Crime Analyst
Santa Rosa, California United States
CLEA Class of 2011

Matt Harris started his career as a crime analyst in 2004 and currently works for the Sonoma County Sheriff. Prior to becoming a crime analyst Matt served in the U.S. Army Military Police in Germany, Hungary, Croatia, South Korea, and Colorado. Matt attended college at CSU Sacramento where he earned a sociology degree with a minor in criminal justice. He has served as the president of the Bay Area Crime and Intelligence Analysts Association in California and as a member of the IACA Standards Methods and Technology Board.

 

SteveSteve Hawthorne
Crime Analyst
Lafayette, Indiana United States
CLEA Class of 2010

I have a BS & MS from Old Dominion University and was involved in marine ecological studies before changing to a far more rewarding career as a crime analyst. I began this new adventure as the Principal Crime Analyst in Portsmouth, VA. During my time there, I earned CCIA and CLEA certifications, served as the Virginia Crime Analysts Network (VCAN) treasurer and was honored as the department's employee of the year and VCAN Analyst of the Year. I decided to retire from Virginia governmental work but still wanted to work as an analyst. My wife and I relocated to Lafayette, IN giving us the opportunity to be closer to my family.

 

MelissaMelissa Haynes
Crime Analyst
Urbana, Illinois United States
CLEA Class of 2017

Melissa Haynes has been working in the criminal justice field since 2011; her work has focused on policing, institutional corrections, and pretrial justice. She joined the Urbana Police Department in 2016 as a crime analyst. Previously, at the Crime and Justice Institute, she was involved with numerous projects involving research, evaluation, technical assistance, and reform. Her research on policing is publicized in peer-reviewed journals, and she has presented at national conferences. Melissa is dedicated to applying research-based strategies to positively impact criminal justice organizations and justice-involved individuals. She holds an M.A. and B.A. in Criminology & Criminal Justice from Southern Illinois University.

 

MichaelMichael Herb
Crime Analyst
Cleveland, Ohio United States
CLEA Class of 2017

Mike is a crime analyst in the Crime Strategies Unit at the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office. He has been with the county since 2015 and currently works with many municipal police departments in an attempt to link cases and identify prolific offenders around the county. Before working in Ohio, he was a sworn police officer in Houston, Texas where he worked in patrol, DWI investigations, and crime analysis. Mike holds a B.S. in Criminal Justice and an M.S. in Science, Technology and Public Policy from the Rochester Institute of Technology. He is a certified peace officer in the state of Ohio and has been an adjunct lecturer at the University of Akron.

 

TerriTerri Hines Tulley
Crime Analyst
Oceanside, California United States
CLEA Class of 2015

I'm new to California and currently seeking an analyst position or policy/research type position in the Southern CA (San Diego - San Clemente) areas. I have five years of experience as a crime analyst at Manassas City Police Department, VA along with my IACA certification and a masters degree in criminology with hopes of using all of that to contribute extensively to investigations, proactive/problem solving patrol operations, and information sharing. In my time at MCPD, I revamped the department's annual report to make it an attractive and comprehensive summary for readers, I consistently volunteered on task forces, committees, and associations, and I am most proud of my smartly researched products that helped an officer or citizen.

 

AmberAmber Hoffman
Analytical and Strategic Planning Manager
Bradenton, Florida United States
CLEA Class of 2012

I am the Analytical and Strategic Planning Manager for the Manatee County Sheriff's Office and an adjunct instructor with Hillsborough Community College. I am also a Certified Law Enforcement Analyst (CLEA) with IACA as well as through the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE).

 

KarenKaren Jarrett
Crime Analysis Unit Manager
Sarasota, Florida United States
CLEA Class of 2013

Karen began her career as a Crime Analyst in 1996, and is now the Director of Crime Analysis for the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office. Karen earned an MA from California State Univ. in 1996. She has been an adjunct instructor for St. Petersburg College and the Regional Counterdrug Task Force for the past 15 years, teaching Analytical Techniques to Law Enforcement and military personnel. In 2010 Karen assisted her agency in adopting an Intelligence Led Policing philosophy and has taught courses on Intelligence and it's role in law enforcement and the community.

 

MicheleMichele Kennedy
Crime Analyst
Castle Rock, Colorado United States
CLEA Class of 2005

Bio not available at this time.

 

KarenKaren Kontak
Police Research Supervisor
Phoenix, Arizona United States
CLEA Class of 2006

Karen Kontak is currently working as a police research supervisor in Phoenix Police Department's Crime Analysis and Research Unit. She oversees the UCR Crime Coding Detail and the Crime Analysis Detail, and supervises both sworn and civilian employees. She has a Masters Degree in Psychology from Arizona State University with a strong focus in research and statistics. She is also a Certified Law Enforcement Analyst (CLEA).

 

AliciaAlicia Lamm
Crime Analyst
Williamsburg, Virginia United States
CLEA Class of 2013

Alicia has been an analyst in James City County (Williamsburg, VA) since 2005. She obtained a Bachelor Degree in Criminology at St Leo University and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration at Troy University. In 2008, she attended her first IACA Conference and became an IACA Certified Law Enforcement Analyst in 2013. Alicia continues to seek out training (especially free training) and is a lifetime college student. Currently, she is working on a degree at the American Military University (APUS/AMU).

 

JessicaJessica LeBlanc
Crime Analyst II
Annandale, Virginia United States
CLEA Class of 2012

I have worked as a Crime Analyst for the Fairfax County Police Department in Northern Virginia since 2004. Currently, I am assigned to our Operations Support Bureau and work closely with our traffic and special operations divisions. Prior to, I worked as analyst in the Exploited Child Division at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. I served on the Executive Board of the Virginia Crime Analysis Network from 2010 to 2016 as Secretary, Vice President and President. I also enjoy teaching the IACA's Exploring Crime Analysis: Essential Skills I. Likes: details, Halloween night mug shots and Alt+Enter in Excel Dislikes: blank page two in bulletins, coconut and the questions "Are you super busy?" and "Have you restarted?

 

RebeccaRebecca Leonard
Senior Crime Analyst
Cambridge, Massachusetts United States
CLEA Class of 2012

Bio not available at this time.

 

LindsayLindsay Maier
Crime & Intelligence Analyst
St. Louis, Missouri United States
CLEA Class of 2014

I started working as a Crime Analyst for the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department in 2008 and was promoted to Crime & Intelligence Analyst in 2013. I hold a Bachelor's degree from Washington University in St. Louis and a Master's degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Cincinnati.

 

AdrianAdrian Martin
Crime Research Specialist
Rochester, New York United States
CLEA Class of 2016

I'm an analyst working on long-term projects for the Rochester Police Department. In the past, I worked as a crime analyst at the Monroe Crime Analysis Center in Rochester, NY, supporting agencies in Monroe County, New York, primarily RPD. I also work with the Monroe County Sheriffs Department, suburban police departments, State Troopers, FBI, ATF, and other agencies. I've also worked on international affairs and military affairs at the Commerce Department, National Defense University, and in my academic work. I wrote my thesis for Georgetown on the Tuareg rebellion in Mali and Niger. Interests: strategic analysis, machine learning, statistical learning, prediction, R, python, SQL, ArcGIS, data visualization, mapping

 

PamelaPamela Mazak
Senior Crime Analyst
Austin, Texas United States
CLEA Class of 2012

This is my second career and I love it. I went back to school after being in the private sector for over 20 years. I got my Masters at John Jay College in New York and I have been working as a crime analyst at the Austin Police Department since Oct 2003. I am now a Senior Crime Analyst working with the Homicide Unit.

 

AmyAmy Metcalf
Investigations Analyst IV
New Castle, Delaware United States
CLEA Class of 2015

Formerally, I was an Intelligence Analyst with the US Army with multiple overseas deployments where I was able to enhance my tactical and strategic analysis skills. I hold a Bachelor's of Science in Social Science and a minor in Criminal Justice and a MSCJ-Crime Analysis from Tiffin University's. Since leaving the military, I have been a Crime Analyst with the Tampa Police Department and now an Investigations Analyst IV with Citi conducting fraud investigations.

 

GlenGlen Mills
Lieutenant
Burlington, Massachusetts United States
CLEA Class of 2011

President, Massachusetts Association of Crime Analysts IACA Certified Law Enforcement Analyst (CLEA) Professional Problem Preventer... MACA - www.macrimeanalysts.org Free Resources for Law Enforcement - www.opensourcepolicing.org

 

ChristopherChristopher Mowbray
Criminal Intelligence Analyst
Edmonton, Alberta Canada
CLEA Class of 2007

I have been a criminal intelligence analyst for over 17 years, starting with the Edmonton Police Service before moving to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. I have held a number of positions including being fortunate enough to have spent over 2 years overseas in SW Asia, serving in both Afghanistan and Pakistan and am currently deployed for a further two years to London England. I have written the chapter on Analytical Charting for Exploring Crime Analysis (1st and 2nd editions) and taught introductory crime analysis techniques in both Akron Ohio and Port of Spain Trinidad and Tobago on behalf of the IACA. It is a great honour to work with and represent this great organisation.

 

ErinErin Nelson
Investigative Analyst
Washington DC, District of Columbia United States
CLEA Class of 2016

Biography not available.

 

LaurenLauren Norman
Sr. Fraud Data Analyst
Washington, District of Columbia United States
CLEA Class of 2013

Lauren joined LexisNexis in October 2016 as a Sr. Fraud Analyst in the Federal Special Investigations Unit. Prior to joining LexisNexis, Lauren worked for over 13 years as a criminal intelligence and data analyst in state and local law enforcement agencies. Lauren has been a certified law enforcement analyst (CLEA) since 2013 and was the recipient of an Outstanding Contributions to the Field of Crime Analysis award by the IACA in 2013. She has spoken at several state and regional associations, to include the IACA, on various analytical topics. Lauren is an analytical subject matter expert in DDACTS for IADLEST. She holds a BA in Psychology and Criminal Justice, and a MA in Criminal Justice Administration.

 

ChristopherChristopher O'Brien
Crime Analyst
Campbell River, British Columbia Canada
CLEA Class of 2014

Biography not available.

 

CourtneyCourtney Percival
Crime Analyst
Sunnyside, Washington United States
CLEA Class of 2014

Courtney Percival received her undergraduate education at Portland State University in Criminology (BS), Biology (minor), and Advanced Crime Analysis (certificate). She attended Michigan State University and graduated with a MS in Law Enforcement Intelligence and Analysis in 2014. In 2011, she began working at the Sunnyside Police Department specializing in analysis on gangs and violent crime.

 

TamikaTamika Prince
Crime Analyst
Pearland, Texas United States
CLEA Class of 2016

I am a Crime Analyst with the Pearland Police Department. Prior to assuming this position, I was a Criminal Intelligence Analyst with the Houston Police Department for 8.5 years. My primary duties as an analyst are statistical reporting, and assisting officers with crime analysis in support of active investigations. I became a Certified Law Enforcement Analyst with the International Association of Crime Analysts in September 2016. I love my job!

 

SallySally Rawlings
Crime Analyst
Broomfield, Colorado United States
CLEA Class of 2005

Sally began her career in Crime Analysis in the late 90's. She has worked as an analyst for 3 departments. She has also worked in the private industry as a crime analysis instructor for several years. Sally has a Bachelor's in CJ, a Master's in CJ, and is finishing her dissertation for a Doctorate in Psych / CJ.

 

DawnDawn Reeby
Crime Analyst
Merrimack, New Hampshire United States
CLEA Class of 2011

Dawn Reeby began in the crime analysis field in the late 1990’s at the Lowell Police Department, has worked at the state level in education research and analysis, has experience in grant writing, served as the Nashua, NH Analyst for 8 years (2016). Dawn constantly seeks to find ways to improve systems at police departments. She partnered with IADLEST, DDACTS, NEMLEC, MACA, and local colleges to develop and provide law enforcement agencies with crime analysis capacity training. She holds memberships with the MACA and IACA, and is a CLEA Certified Crime Analyst (since 2011). Dawn also owns a wellness business, and personally coaches individuals to reach their wellness goals and find financial freedom through strong business models.

 

BrandonBrandon Reim
Crime Analyst
Ocean City, Maryland United States
CLEA Class of 2017

I was born and raised in Palmer, MA. I attended the University of New Haven in CT for my undergraduate and graduate studies. I received my B.S. in Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement with a minor in Psychology. I received my M.S. in Criminal Justice: Crime Analysis with a minor in GIS. I love to read to keep my mind busy. My favorite author is Dan Brown, as his books always keep me on the edge of my seat! Football is my favorite sport to watch. If you haven't guessed my favorite team, based on my hometown information above, I am a New England Patriots fan. My favorite food is......EVERYTHING! Last, but not least, I'm looking forward to getting married on 10/14/17 and starting a new chapter of building great memories in my life.

 

K. AlexK. Alex Schneider
Crime Analyst
Burleson, Texas United States
CLEA Class of 2014

K. Alex Schneider has over 8 years of crime analysis experience, specifically in police department gang units. She currently works with the Burleson Texas Police Department. In 2013, she received her certificate as an Expert Level Gang Specialist from the National Gang Crime Research Center. And in 2014 she became a Certified Law Enforcement Analyst. She has a recent article "Using Geographic Analysis to Direct DDACTS Operations in Rochester" in Geography and Public Safety (June 2010). She has presented at the National Gang Crime Research Center, IACA and MACA conferences.

 

TessTess Sherman
Senior Crime Analyst
Austin, Texas United States
CLEA Class of 2012

Bio not available at this time.

 

KristinaKristina Shull
Crime Analyst
Kirkland, Washington United States
CLEA Class of 2016

Bio not available at this time.

 

VictoriaVictoria Slade
Crime Analyst
Leesburg, Virginia United States
CLEA Class of 2016

Biography not available.

 

DanielleDanielle Smith
Crime Analyst
Arlington, Massachusetts United States
CLEA Class of 2012

Bio not available at this time.

 

LakhpinderLakhpinder Takhar
Criminal Intelligence Analysis Supervisor
Surrey, British Columbia Canada
CLEA Class of 2008

Lakhpinder Takhar has worked for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for 10 years. After gaining a MBA from the University of Leicester Lakhpinder initially followed a career in finance before moving to Law Enforcement. His first appointment was as a Criminal Intelligence Analyst working for the Warwickshire Police. In 2012, Lakhpinder was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his significant contribution to policing. Lakhpinder is the Criminal Intelligence Analysis Supervisor overseeing a unit responsible for policing the province of British Columbia.

 

GwenGwen Udell
Adjunct Professor
Manassas, Virginia United States
CLEA Class of 2012

Gwen M. Udell currently teaches Crime/Intel Analysis & Criminal Behavior at GMU as an Adjunct Professor. Prior to this, she was the Crime Analysis Unit Supervisor at the Prince William County Police Department in Virginia for 13+ years. Gwen graduated from Mercyhurst University with a B.A. in Intel Studies and is pursuing a M.S. in Criminal Justice with a concentration on criminal behavior. She has been a presenter at several of the IACA and VCAN conferences as well as being a member of several committees. Throughout her law enforcement career, she has assisted with numerous high profile cases including the DC area Snipers, numerous homicides and was a member of the East Coast Rapist Task Force. CLEA class of 2012.

 

ToddTodd Wiles
Crime Analyst Project Coordinator
Cleveland, Ohio United States
CLEA Class of 2012

Todd Wiles is the Crime Analyst Project Coordinator for the Cleveland Police Department. Todd obtained his Bachelors in Justice Studies, Minor Computer Science in 2004 and his Masters in Justice Studies in 2005 both from Kent State University. Todd previously worked for the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office as a Crime Analyst II.

 

MeganMegan Yerxa
Crime Analyst
Tacoma, Washington United States
CLEA Class of 2014

Bio not available at this time.

 

JenniferJennifer Zawitz
Crime Analyst
Charlottesville, Virginia United States
CLEA Class of 2015

Jennifer Zawitz is a Crime Analyst with the Albemarle County Police Department. Previously, she was employed as a Sr. Analyst with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children's Sex Offender Tracking Team. She finished her MA degree in Forensic Psychology at Marymount University and received her BA from the University of Virginia in Psychology. GO HOOS! :) She currently resides in Charlottesville with her husband and the best/worst dachshund in the world.

 

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