IACA Marketing Committee (MC)

Mike Winslow – Chair of the Marketing Committee (marketing@iaca.net)

Mike Winslow is a Police Analyst II for the Scottsdale (Arizona) Police Department. He brings over 11 years of experience including tactical, criminal, and strategic analysis from his work in Scottsdale, as well as the Phoenix Police Department. Mike’s practical knowledge and application of his analytical skills have positioned him as a “go-to” resource for a variety of analytical issues. Formally educated in analysis, and a certified AZ POST Trainer, Mike quickly was recognized as a leader in his department (Chief’s Award of Excellence, Scottsdale Police Department) rising to recognition as a state and regional leader as the former President of the Arizona Association of Crime Analysts (AACA). He has instructed training classes for Bair Analytics, AACA, IACA, Lexis Nexis and the East.

Katrina Hickman – Conference & Symposium Liaison


Kira Gross – Social Media & General Marketing

Kira Gross is a Senior Crime Intelligence Analyst for the Austin (TX) Police Department Cold Case Homicide Unit. Prior to Cold Case Homicide, she worked in the Financial Crimes Unit briefly and the Robbery Unit for several years. Kira holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Criminal Justice, as well as a Graduate Certificate in Crime Analysis. Kira became a Certified Law Enforcement Analyst (CLEA) through IACA in September of 2018.

Jennifer Satterwhite – Graphics & Memes

Jennifer Satterwhite is a criminal analyst with Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) in Richmond, Virginia.  Mrs. Satterwhite specializes in supporting criminal investigations with a transnational nexus. Prior to working with HSI, Mrs. Satterwhite was a lead intelligence analyst with the Virginia State Police (VSP) assigned to the Virginia Fusion Center (VFC) from 2007 – 2019. Mrs. Satterwhite is on the executive board for the Virginia Crime Analysis Network and is on the marketing committee of the International Association of Crime Analysts. Mrs. Satterwhite has a Master of Science Degree from Longwood University.

Monica Deters  – Administrator/Discussion Forum Moderator

Monica is a Supervisor of Crime and Criminal Intelligence Analysts with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) in Saskatchewan, Canada. Monica worked as an analyst for 15 years before being promoted to Supervision work in 2020. Monica is passionate about the Crime Reduction and Crime Prevention areas of analysis. Monica has a Bachelors Degree in Human Justice and a Masters Degree in Public Administration from the University of Regina, where she is a sessional lecturer in their Justice Studies department. In her spare time, Monica enjoys volunteering in the community with several sporting organizations.

Lorinda Navarro – Discussion Forum Moderator

Lorinda has worked in law enforcement for over 28 years; first as a 9-1-1 communications specialist and then as a crime analyst beginning in 2001. As the only analyst with a smaller agency, she has had the unique opportunity of providing analytical support for the entire police department. Her duties include compiling statistics, conducting research for administrative needs, investigative research and products for the Criminal Investigations Unit, studies and mapping for the traffic unit as well as assisting with all employee backgrounds and is experienced in gathering and assembling information. She is a Terrorism Liaison Officer and is certified as a Criminal Intelligence Analyst.

Elise Pierce – Discussion Forum Moderator

I began studying criminology at North Carolina State University and graduated with my BA in 2004. In 2007, I earned a Master of Public Administration degree from North Carolina State University as well as a graduate certification in GIS. I currently work as a Research Analyst with RTI International in their Center for Policing Research and Investigative Sciences. I previously worked as a crime analyst for Cary Police Department (NC) for over eight years and for Durham Police Department (NC) for over five years. I have also been an adjunct instructor for Campbell University since 2009.

Erica Bennett – Discussion Forum Moderator

After graduating from Old Dominion University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and a Master in Criminal Justice from New Mexico State University, I started my career as a crime analyst with San Diego Police Department. My primary responsibilities were administrative & strategic analysis for Command Staff and reporting crime data to the California DOJ. In addition, I was the assigned analyst to the Child Abuse, Domestic Violence and Auto Theft Units. In 2009, I came to the Everett Police Department as the sole crime analyst where my duties encompassed everything from administrative statistics to investigative analytical support for every crime type. In 2012, I relocated to Northern Virginia (DC Area) and served as the investigative analyst for the Homicide, Robbery and Sexual Assault Units for the Prince William County Police Department. In 2016, I took a position with the Alexandria Police Department (VA) as the Supervisory Crime Analyst. In that role, I worked closely with the Financial Crimes and Special Victims as well as provided administrative & strategic analysis. In 2018, I was giving the opportunity to come back to the Everett Police Department and the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Everett’s Crime Analysis Unit now has two analysts, who are divided both geographically and by crime type. I currently provide administrative and strategic analysis for the Department, work with the Major Crimes and Intelligence Units, and support all Units operating out of our South Precinct to include the Gang Response Unit, the Anti-Crime Team, and Central/South Patrol.

About The Marketing Committee

The marketing committee provides marketing services for the association. this is done with the intent to assist in member recruitment, increase member engagement and provide relevant information through digital and print media to IACA members and others with an interest in crime analysis. The committee also promotes a cohesive and recognizable IACA brand, using the official IACA logo and complementary elements in all official communications, merchandise and other materials. Their mission is to ensure all official IACA communications are professional, accurate and consistent in their messaging

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