We are pleased to announce the launch of the EACA, the European Association for Crime Analysts, the first Crime-Analyst Association for Europe, created to assist in learning, teaching and networking.
We are also honoured to announce that the European Forensic Institute is the official Educational Institution of the EACA with a new programme Master’s in Cyber Security, Digital Forensics and Crime Analysis set to begin next year.
Crime Analysis plays a constantly growing role in the field of policing. Often there is a lack of knowledge, experience, education and networking opportunities. There are some crime analyst associations in the world, all working to assist their members, but until now there has been nothing similar in Europe. This is the reason why the European Association of Crime Analysts was founded.
From the President of the EACA, Mr Friedrich Steiner:
“During the last years many European colleagues asked me to set up an association with a special focus on the European needs, but still connected to the analysis scene on other continents. Like IACA, the European association should be focused on serving the crime analysts community with different opportunities for professional learning, discussing and networking. Yes, and now it’s time to launch the EACA, the European Association of Crime Analysts, on a free membership base. Everyone from the field of crime analysis is warmly welcome to join us.”
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