Training Delivery - Webinar

Intelligence Analyst Management: Asked and Answered

Join experts from NW3C and the National Network of Fusion Centers as they provide thoughtful and detailed answers to the intelligence analysis questions you submit. In this session, our panel has a wealth of experience with managing intelligence analysts and intelligence projects. This panel will provide perspectives from large and smaller intelligence units at the local and state law enforcement levels. Click here to submit questions regarding intelligence analysis skills, analyst and project management, information collection, or general comments of analytic tradecraft and the NW3C experts will provide answers during this live session.

Presented by:

Heaven Henwood, Law Enforcement Supervisor
Scott Faralli, Director
Devon Rhoads, Assistant Director
Justin Parker, Training Manager

NW3C does not share attendees' personally identifiable information with any third party without opt-in consent given during registration.

The content, views, and opinions expressed in this presentation are those of the individual presenters and do not represent official policy, opinions, or view of NW3C.

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In this webinar, CSG Justice Center and Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) staff provided newly awarded grantees with an overview of BJA, the CSG Justice Center, behavioral health diversion and reentry strategies, the Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP), Connect & Protect (C & P), and training and technical (TTA) assistance. Staff also gave critical context about people with behavioral health needs in the criminal justice system.

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