Non-Member – Tactical Crime Analysis – Live Online – July 2021



Course Language: English


Tactical Crime Analysis is a four-day (one day a week over four weeks) workshop that trains analysts in the techniques used to identify, analyze, and solve crime patterns and series.

Beginning with the relevant terms and concepts from the Foundations course, this class covers the methods used to identify crime patterns as they emerge; the techniques used to analyze them for location, time, victim, offender, and modus operandi; considerations for disseminating information to police; and tactics for offender apprehension, suppression, and opportunity-blocking.

The class uses real examples, hands-on lessons, computer exercises, and a capstone project that will use a range of tactical analysis skills.


Outline-Tactical Crime Analysis

Course Format

**Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this class will be held LIVE online using GoToMeeting. The course will be held Every Tuesday in July – one 8 hour day a week for four weeks. The students must login and attend the live presentations during the scheduled date and time to pass the class. This is NOT a self-paced course. Students must provide their own computer equipment and a copy of Microsoft Office version 2013 or newer, including Access. It is highly recommended that students have dual monitors for the course, one to follow the presentation and one to replicate the lesson.**



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