Building A Crime Analysis Legacy

with Dawn Reeby

In an era where data is more accessible than ever, the ability to analyze and understand data is a skill that no professional should underestimate. Whether you are a law enforcement officer, a security professional, or simply a curious mind with a passion for crime analysis, the ‘Building A Crime Analysis Legacy’ course by Dawn Reeby is a game-changer. This course is designed to equip you with the necessary knowledge and tools to leverage data and analytics in crime detection, prevention, and response.

What sets the course apart is its holistic approach to crime analysis. It does not merely teach you how to interpret data. Instead, it guides you on how to craft a robust analytical framework, develops your unique analytical style, and build a lasting legacy in your field.

With a blend of theory, real-world case studies, and practical exercises, this course ensures that you understand the complexities of crime analysis and are equipped to apply your learning in real-life scenarios. The course provides a comprehensive understanding of crime patterns, offender behaviour, and investigative strategies, empowering you to make informed decisions and develop effective policies.

But this course is not just about the knowledge you’ll gain. It’s about joining a community. As a participant in the course, you’ll be part of a network of passionate professionals, all striving to make the world a safer place. You’ll have the opportunity to exchange ideas, share experiences, and learn from each other in a dynamic, collaborative environment.

Dawn Reeby, the founder of Excellence in Analytics, will be delivering this 24 hrs blended course with live sessions and pre-recorded videos from June 2nd, 2023, in cooperation with the EACA

This course is divided into four weeks. Each week has approximately four and a half hours of preparation work (videos and assignments) for students to complete independently and one live session for an hour and a half with the instructor on Fridays including June 9, 16, 23, and 30, 2023. Accordingly, each week students can expect to spend six hours in total on this course (full course description here)

Participants will learn the powerful impact crime analysis poses for resource management, crime prevention, investigative effectiveness, and the all-important, building public trust, and will receive a certificate upon completion of the training.

The special rate for EACA members will be EUR 100, including official certification.

More information about the event and the instructor is available on the EACA website: Building A Crime Analysis Legacy

Sign up here for the course!