Come and join us at our 2021 IACA Annual Training Conference this summer. Click the link below to REGISTER Now.
Thank you to everyone who took the Priorities Survey in March. The top priorities for our members include Training, Conference, Certification and Forums.
Presentation proposals for training sessions are now being accepted for consideration. To submit your presentation, please visit our website by clicking below.
The IACA Bylaws Committee is looking to facilitate membership discussion regarding several proposed amendments to the existing IACA Bylaws. As the IACA continues to grow in both membership size and offerings, it is important to incorporate flexibility and best practice into our guiding operations. We encourage you to review the proposed changes and ask questions or offer suggestions in the Bylaws Forum.
Click the link below to view the recording of the event. Here are some post-conference stats:
-735 registrants from 34 different countries
-95% of attendees said the training met/exceeded their expectations
-all attendees agreed more collaborative work like this across their regions and a virtual event is highly desirable
On Thursday, 22nd April 2021, the first Rapid-Fire Conference on Behavioural Science In Policing will be hosted virtually. Confirmed speakers include Professors Gabrielle Salfati, Jane Monckton-Smith and Jason Roach, Drs Patrick Tidmarsh and Laura Hammond, and some very experienced and specialized practitioners.
2020 has been incredible and the amount of structural change our association dealt with was immense. Please take the time to read through this annual report and see what your fellow members have been working on to benefit you, the dedicated members of IACA.
The Publications Committee is excited to announce this first issue of their newsletter: Insights – Issue 1
Your International Association of Crime Analysts Credits Could Help You Earn a Degree from NAU.
Go to www.national.edu/international-assn-crime-analysts/ for more details.
Crime analysis is both a profession and a set of techniques. The professionals who perform crime analysis, and the techniques they use…
Ready to become a member of the largest international network of crime analysts? The International Association of Crime Analysts was formed…
The IACA resource center will provide you access to all resources such as articles, books, tips, tricks, logo files, and software, as well as access to members only…
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The IACA Training Series currently offers five core classes: Fundamentals of Crime Analysis, Tactical Crime Analysis, Computer Applications, Crime Mapping…
The IACA has developed criteria and an examination process that will allow applicants to become a Certified Law Enforcement Analyst (CLEA)…
The Auburn Police Department has an exciting opportunity for a Crime Analyst. This full-time position requires a candidate to be able to research, develop, coordinate, and analyze data that will provide pertinent information regarding crime patterns, trend correlation, and related suspect data to the Auburn Police Department. The successful candidate must enjoy working on a variety of […]