Crime Prevention

CP HUNT - "How To Hunt" Criminals and Terrorists: The Actionable Intelligence Workshop

This one-day workshop is designed to instruct police department commanders, their police officers assigned to both patrol and investigative functions, and their analysts on how to aggressively collect and use actionable intelligence. The same intelligence techniques can be used against both criminal and terrorist targets. The intelligence training taught in this workshop is designed to supplement the existing operational professionalism, skills, and experience within the audience.

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CP IIT - Internet Intelligence Training: Social Media EXPLOITATION (Jun 2018)

This two-day course offers a comprehensive program to Internet investigations and open source intelligence gathering. Students will learn how to enhance their search skills to effectively use Internet resources for locating information online.

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CP IIT - Internet Intelligence Training: Social Media EXPLOITATION (Mar 2018)

This two-day course offers a comprehensive program to Internet investigations and open source intelligence gathering. Students will learn how to enhance their search skills to effectively use Internet resources for locating information online.

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Join the International Association of Crime Analysts (IACA) for the webinar “Networks of Criminals (NOC) Youth Offender Program - IACA Innovations in Crime Analysis Award Winner” on Friday, January 26 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. ET. During the webinar, participants will learn about the NOC Youth Offender Program, an innovative offender-based strategy and intelligence process for addressing youth offenders in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Webinar: Networks of Criminals (NOC) Youth Offender Program - IACA Innovations in Crime Analysis Award Winner

The Networks of Criminals (NOC) Youth Offender Program is an innovative offender-based strategy and intelligence process that utilizes an algorithmic methodology to identify youth offenders and their social networks currently impacting Milwaukee’s motor vehicle theft and robbery trends. NOC offenders are identified every week using a unique methodology for the comparative analysis of up to 500 emerging or perpetual like-offenders based on their 1) criminal history, 2) threat assessment, and 3) social network analysis.

Better Criminal Justice Outcomes Through Prosecutor-led Diversion: A Review of Two Recent National Institute of Justice Studies

During this webinar hosted by the Association of Prosecuting Attorneys (APA), panelists will discuss two recently released National Institute of Justice studies that document the rich variety and efficacy of prosecutor-led diversion programs being used by prosecutors from across the nation. Panelists will illustrate how these programs are reducing convictions and collateral consequences, reducing recidivism, reducing the need for costly incarceration, and saving limited criminal justice system dollars and resources.

Join the National Association of Counties for a three-part webinar series to learn about the key areas of local criminal justice systems that most impact counties, as well as strategies for how counties can address those issues to create safer and healthier communities.

View the following sessions on the TTA Catalog to learn more and register:

Webinar - County Roles and Opportunities in Advancing Safety and Justice Through Collaboration

Counties are uniquely positioned to lead efforts to advance safety and justice, as they run 91 percent of all jails with nearly 11 million people admitted every year. Join the National Association of Counties for a three-part webinar series that will focus on key areas of local criminal justice systems that most affect counties and offer strategies counties can employ to address these issues, make their justice systems work more effectively and efficiently, and ultimately lead to safer and healthier communities.

2018 National Forum on Criminal Justice

Sponsored by the National Criminal Justice Association (NCJA) and the IJIS Institute (IJIS), the National Forum on Criminal Justice showcases programs, research, and technologies that help justice practitioners and decisionmakers in states, local communities, and tribal nations address pressing public safety issues. It is the only criminal justice conference that brings together leaders from federal, state, local, and tribal government and the public and private sector to share real world strategies and solutions from around the country.

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