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Bowling Green analyst studies crimes, issues warnings (News)

Shy reads every BGPD crime report, which might be more than 150 in just a 24-hour period. Information she gleans from the reports – locations and times of occurrence, for example – is passed up the chain of command so the data can be used to deploy officers throughout the city.

High-tech center aids crime fighters (News)

Behind-the-scenes analysts at the Law Enforcement Support Agency's new crime center are helping police on the streets, sometimes in real time.

Google Scholar Alerts (Website)

Customize to receive alerts on scholarly literature pertaining to specific topics, by specific authors, etc.

Google Alerts (Website)

Google Alerts allows you to customize and save alerts on specific news topics, people, keywords, etc.

Jill Dando Institute (Email List)

Department of Security and Crime Science mailing list.

DOJ Office of Justice Programs (Email List)

DOJ Office of Justice Programs (can select one or more programs)

DOJ COPS Office (Email List)

DOJ COPS Office mailing list.

Urban Institute Justice Policy Center (Email List)

Urban Institute Justice Policy Center mailing list

Center for Evidence Based Crime Policy (Email List)

Center for Evidence Based Crime Policy mailing list.

Center for Problem Oriented Policing (Email List)

Center for Problem Oriented Policing mailing list.

Police Foundation (Website)

A national, nonpartisan, non-profit organization dedicated to supporting innovation and improvement in policing through its research, professional services, technical assistance, and communication programs. Established in 1970, the foundation has conducted seminal research in police behavior, crime analysis, policy, and procedure, and works to transfer to local agencies the best information about practices for dealing with a range of important police operational and administrative concerns.

George Mason University Center for Evidence Based Crime Policy (Website)

The Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy (CEBCP), housed within the Department of Criminology, Law and Society at George Mason University, seeks to make scientific research a key component in decisions about crime and justice policies. The CEBCP carries out this mission by advancing rigorous studies in criminal justice and criminology through research-practice collaborations, and proactively serving as an informational and translational link to practitioners and the policy community. View one-page summaries of research here, and the video library here.

NLECTC TechBeat (Website)

Dedicated to reporting developments in technology for law enforcement, corrections and forensic science.

Simon Fraser University Institute for Canadian Urban Research Studies (Website)

Interdisciplinary research centre with a focus on increasing knowledge and research studies, and on the development of new analysis tools for the study of crime in an urban environment. ICURS focuses on crime reduction policy, crime analysis and computational criminology. Its goal is to work thematically across the disciplines of criminology, computing science, geography, economics, and applied mathematics to make advances in understanding and modeling of the complex urban environment, and with these models better understand how to improve approaches to crime reduction and the use of informatics in criminological research.

The University College London Jill Dando Institute (Website)

The UCL Jill Dando Institute of Security and Crime Science brings together 30 top research departments/groups across UCL, all with a working interest in the field of security and crime. Research is concentrated on new ways to cut crime and increase security, drawing upon UCL's vast experience in related disciplines, including architecture, economics, engineering, geography, medicine, psychology, statistics and town planning. The JDI aims to promote multidisciplinary research in crime and security and also promote multidisciplinary conferences, events, training and short courses in these fields.

Fort Pierce Florida crime analyst recognized nationally for her volunteer efforts (News)

April Lee, the National Police Athletic League Woman Volunteer of the Year, said one of the most rewarding acts in life is community service.

The Port St. Lucie resident and Fort Pierce Police Department Crime Analyst recently was honored for her unrivaled dedication to the area's Police Athletic League, where she has volunteered for 12 years.

The Fort Pierce Police Athletic League is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing educational and athletic activities for children and teens and provides multiple programs to more than 500 Fort Pierce youth.

Booked crime analyst (News)

The expertise of Gainesville Police Department crime analyst Ericka Jackson is again reaching beyond the city and into colleges and universities.

Shawnee's crime analyst one of world's finest (News)

When an auto theft ring with a penchant for Honda Accords became active in Shawnee early last year, Susan Smith got busy at the Shawnee Police Department.

Visualizing Criminal Networks to Help Police Solve Crimes (News)

Criminal networks are really just a specific example of social networks. Currently, law enforcement agencies use link analysis, a basic application of graph theory, to attempt to understand these networks. Link analysis produces a visual output of relationships between nodes, but "people tend to believe that actors in the center or at the top of a graph are crucially and most important." Instead, Renee van der Hulst describes a framework for using social network analysis (SNA) for crime analysis. Beyond just outputing a visual graph, SNA provides a mathematical approach to quantify the "characteristics of network activity, social roles, positions and associated social mechanisms."

Frustrated by software, Portland PD crime analyst creates her own (News)

Last September, Konopka enlisted the help of a friend, Portland software developer Mike Santerre, to help her turn her ideas to reality. The pair has worked since then to produce a program called Predictive Policing that can search by type of crime or call for service, by time of day and day of the week, by neighborhood, or by work shift.

CrimeSolutions.gov (Website)

This new website is a central, credible resource to inform practitioners and policymakers about what works in criminal justice, juvenile justice, and crime victim services. The site includes information on more than 150 justice-related programs and assigns "evidence ratings" - effective, promising, or no effects - to indicate whether there is evidence from research that a program achieves its goals.

Comparing Lists of Values in Microsoft Excel (Tip)

This blog post lists all Excel formulas used to compare lists and provides examples of each one. This is useful for many reasons, such as comparing lists of case numbers, phone numbers, suspects, etc.

Dabbleboard - Free Online Whiteboard Tool (Website)

Dabbleboard is an online collaboration application that’s centered around the whiteboard. With a new type of drawing interface that's actually easy and fun to use, Dabbleboard gets out of your way and just lets you draw. Finally the whiteboard enters the digital age!

Online Charting and Diagramming Tool (Website)

Use this free online diagramming tool to create association charts and more!

Free Online Traffic Crash Diagramming Tool (Website)

Use this online tool to create accident sketches.

 
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