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Crime Analysis Center - Practical Crime Analysis for Everyone -
With over 45 years of experience in one of the country's leading police departments, we are uniquely qualified to provide an unmatched level of service across a broad spectrum of law enforcement related areas.
Lawyerswill learn what kind of information can be acquired from police agencies and how to proceed in obtaining that information. They will learn what they must do to correctly analyze and apply the information that they receive to help their cases. They will understand the value of having someone with the proper credentials and experience in obtaining and analyzing such data on their team. They will also learn that obtaining the right kind of experience equates to having the proper credentials necessary for “expert witness” testimony. In addition, they will learn about the wealth of information available from the Internet and how to effectively use that information in preparing their cases.
Law enforcement agencieswill find information on how to determine staffing requirements for budget requests, how to determine the required number of patrol beats (patrol car areas) to handle call demand, how to determine the correct assignment/availability or relief factor for continuously staffed positions, how to determine staffing requirements for newly annexed areas, when to add a new patrol car area, how to determine the cost of answering police calls, and how to improve response times and other police functions. They will also learn about crime analysis techniques that can be implemented at any budget level. Web site addresses to firms offering automated solutions to many of the above issues are also provided.
Concerned citizens, students and researchers will find a wealth of information available on a wide variety of topics from linked web sites, as well as related books and publications. Definitions and explanations of crime related terms (e.g., Index crime, the difference between burglary, robbery, and theft, etc.), and concepts (crime analysis, resource allocation, etc.) are also presented. Concerned citizens will also find questions to ask their public officials to determine if their local law enforcement agency has the resources necessary to provide acceptable police service.