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4 Types of Analysis (The cleanser musical show hypothesis . . .). Crime(or: Who\'s doing what TO whom . . .)Intelligence(or: Who\'s doing what WITH whom . . .)Operations(or: Who\'s utilizing what where . . .)Investigations(or: Let\'s figure out who\'s doing what to whom, where, why, and with what . . . . .). A precise procedure of gathering, arranging, breaking down, and dispersing auspicious, exact, and valuable

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´╗┐Basics OF CRIME ANALYSIS Carol McCoy Lenexa Police Department

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4 Types of Analysis (The cleanser musical drama hypothesis . . .) Crime ( or: Who's doing what TO whom . . .) Intelligence ( or: Who's doing what WITH whom . . .) Operations (or: Who's utilizing what where . . .) Investigations ( or: Let's discover who's doing what to whom, where, why, and with what . . . . .)

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What Is Crime Analysis, in any case? An orderly procedure of gathering, arranging, dissecting, and dispersing auspicious, exact, and helpful data that portrays wrongdoing designs, wrongdoing patterns, and potential suspects.

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What Is Intelligence Analysis? The methodical accumulation, assessment, investigation, reconciliation, and scattering of data on lawbreakers, particularly identified with their affiliation and their relationship with criminal action of a sorted out nature.

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What is Operations Analysis? The investigation of police administration conveyance issues, embraced to furnish authorities and supervisors with a logical reason for choices and additionally activities went for enhancing operations or sending of assets.

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What is Investigative Analysis? A procedure recognizing the identity and behavioral qualities of a guilty party in view of wrongdoings her/she has submitted. (Profiling)

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What Do The Terms Mean?

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Crime Pattern - The event of comparable offenses in a characterized geographic territory, typically characterized by managerial limits. Wrongdoing Series - A wrongdoing example where there is motivation to trust the same person(s) carried out the violations. Wrongdoing Trend - An unmistakable general inclination with respect to repeating examples of wrongdoing which is uncovered over a timeframe. A pattern may include any of the wrongdoing design elements or any blend of the variables.

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Types of Crime Analysis Administrative Strategic Tactical

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Administrative Crime Analysis is. . . . . .utilized for approach advancement and asset support. Taken a toll adequacy considers Program assessments Budget avocations

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Strategic Crime Analysis is . . . . . . utilized for distinguishing issues and potential methodologies for managing them. Special case Reports - distinguishes irregular levels of movement in a range over a month-to-month or yearly era. Wrongdoing Trend Forecasts - ventures future patterns in different sorts of violations in view of past involvement. Asset Allocation Proposals - recommends movements of resource(s) to meet new wrongdoing related administration requests. Situational Analysis - gives data about wrongdoing issues and the earth in which they are happening. Regularly alluded to as Beat Profiling.

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Tactical Crime Analysis is . . . . . . used to make a move intended to address particular sorts of wrongdoings and guilty parties.

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Recipe for a Successful CAU . . .

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Strategy CAU usage board Site visits to operational CAUs Planning apparatuses

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Logistical Issues Organizational position Planning/Research? Chief's office? Examinations? Watch?

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Physical area of CAU Maximize officer contact. Near data sources. Move call rooms have been utilized as a part of a few purviews. Consider measure of space, hardware, and supplies required.

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Staffing what number Clerical and bolster needs Volunteers CAU hours and the BIG question . . . . .

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OR SWORN? Non military personnel?

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Computer Stuff Hardware PC Color printer Plotter Scanner Software Statistical RDBS Word Processing GIS Crime Analysis

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Training Alpha Group FBI IACP IACA ANACAPA Sciences, Inc. Cal. State U., Fullerton Cal. State U., San Bernardino

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How Is Crime Analysis Done? Gather the information Collate the information Analyze the information DISSEMINATE the information! Input/assessment

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Data Collection Gathering "wrongdoing particular" components of data about wrongdoing issues, basically from Offense reports Arrest reports Field interviews

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Data Collection Data must be: Standardized Usable Good quality Format encouraging accumulation

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Crime Reports Geographic variables Time elements Victim/target descriptors Property misfortune descriptors Physical proof descriptors Solvability elements Specific MO elements

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FI Reports Geographic elements Time elements Subject descriptors Subject vehicle descriptors Names of partners w/subject Reason(s) for FI

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Arrest Reports Geographic elements Time elements Victim/target descriptors Recovered property descriptors Physical confirmation descriptors Specific MO elements Suspect descriptors Suspect vehicle descriptors

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Data Collation (otherwise known as Target Crimes) Burglary Robbery Auto robbery Theft Fraud Sex violations Agg. Strikes Homicide

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Planning Considerations what number/what sort of target wrongdoings sufficiently frequent to create unmistakable examples Does CAU have work force/time important to fabricate/keep up records sufficiently specific to be ordered Designed to encourage recovery Relationships set up

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Analysis Process . .searching for likenesses and related truths. Two noteworthy sorts: Geographic focus Specific/repeating MO designs

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Analysis Process (con't) Analysis instruments Maps Tally sheets Time-arrangement outlines/wrongdoing timetables Matrices Simple math tests

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Data Search Techniques Residential Burglaries Geographic - 1 Time - 2 Property misfortune sort - 2 Target sort - 2 Physical proof - 2 Specific M.O. - 2 Suspect vehicle - 3 Suspect - 3

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Data Search Techniques Commercial Burglaries Geographic - 1 Specific M.O. - 1 Target - 1 Property misfortune sort - 2 Physical proof - 2 Time - 3 Suspect vehicle - 3 Suspect - 3

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Data Search Techniques Strong-Arm Robberies Geographic - 1 Time - 1 Victim - 1 Property misfortune - 2 Physical confirmation - 2 Specific M.O. - 2 Suspect - 3 Suspect vehicle - 3

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Information Dissemination Products Distribution Product Development

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Products Daily Bulletins Information outlines Field Interview rundowns Crime design alarm Wanted people Suspect/known wrongdoer announcements

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Product Development Break down the information - NO LISTS! Appealing item, great illustrations Quality over amount Regular criticism from clients

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Distribution CAU led briefings Roll call Video tapes Moving marquee in squad room Bulletin load up Officer scratch pad Newspaper design

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Evaluation and Feedback Mechanisms Trash can reviews User amass User study Keep record or results created from items Keep log of number of unique solicitations

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Evaluation and Feedback (con't) Issues Timeliness Credibility of the unit Accessibility to clients Usefulness of items

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Departmental Support Executive level bolster Field level support