IACA Awards and Recognitions Committee (ARC)
Danelle DiGiosio – Chair of the Awards and Recognition Committee (email@example.com)
I have been with the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office since September 2013. I was a Crime Analyst at Lakewood (CO) PD for almost 6 1/2 years before that. I also served as an instructor and the Program Coordinator for the Crime Mapping and Analysis Program (CMAP) for nearly 7 years. I received my BSBA from the University of Denver and majored in Statistics and Operations Research. I am truly passionate about this career and am excited to see the field of Crime Analysis continue to grow and mature.
I have been serving as the Chair of the Awards and Recognition Committee since 2016. I enjoy being able to help recognize members of the IACA for their hard work and contributions to our association and our profession.
Analytical Product Contest: Assign products to and communicate with judges; distribute, collect and compile score sheets; fill-in judge when needed. Review, score and select scholarship entries, Innovations/Gottlieb Award and the Bryan Hill Award recipients.
Support, fill-in judge when needed. Review, score and select scholarship entries, Innovations/Gottlieb Award and the Bryan Hill Award recipients. Mick Sachdeva has been operational in Crime Analysis for over 22 years, working on several different portfolios for two of Southern Ontario’s largest Police Services. Recently he has been involved in designing and supporting Criminal Intelligence infrastructure, to assist analysts in their day to day activities. Focusing on practical application, through innovative IT solutions, he has successfully changed business processes in many key departments, allowing Peel to develop a strong analytical foundation from which to take crime analysis to the next level. Mick has recently been promoted to Assistant Manager – Analytics, where he plays a pivotal role in further developing both the infrastructure and the analytical team. Mick, is a University of Toronto graduate in Mathematics & Computer Science, holds advanced certification in crime analysis through The International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts, and has completed his Masters in Analytics at Queen’s School of Business. He frequently speaks at events across North America, and his concept of Proactive Traffic Enforcement was featured on CTV’s W5, a nationally aired current affairs and documentary program. Currently Mick is working on applying data science techniques to many of today’s policing problems. From predictive policing to staffing models and deployment of frontline resources, to leveraging intelligence by connecting and modeling datasets, Mick’s insights and experience help police leaders and investigators better understand their data.
About The Awards and Recognition Committee
The Awards Committee is in charge of overseeing, administering and ensuring the integrity of various IACA awards, contest and scholarships and find fun and motivating ways to recognize IACA members’ contributions to their jurisdictions and to the profession of crime analysis.