This show features ideas and interviews related to the development of crime and intelligence analysis in policing. Crime and intelligence analysis are at the heart of the future of policing and will radically improve public safety someday. Listen and learn why we should and how can you bring this change about. First, be informed! Expert guest discussions provide provocative clues...
Collaboration Tools in Fusion Centers
Join me, Deborah Osborne, and Joe Rozek, as we discuss collaboration tools in fusion centers. Joe Rozek is a retired Army Special Forces Colonel who was Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Domestic Counterterrorism under George Bush. He currently serves as Microsoft’s Executive Director for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism. How can fusion centers and analysts maximize technology to keep our nation secure? Listen and find out!
The 2009 International Association of Crime Analysts Conference
Join me, Deborah Osborne, and Debbie MacKenzie,
Christine Charley and Albert Mesa as we discuss the upcoming International Association of Crime Analysts and Arizona Association of Crime Analysts joint training conference. The 2009 conference will be held at the Doubletree Resort in beautiful Scottsdale, Arizona October 12 – 15, 2009. See wwww.iaca.net for more information.
Eugene Matthews on CRIMINT - Criminal Intelligence Development in the Military
Join me, Deborah Osborne and Eugene Matthews, instructor in the Criminal Justice program at Lincoln University in Missouri. Mr. Matthews led the in the initial development and implementation of the US Army Police Intelligence Operation (PIO) doctrine. We will discuss the relationship between criminal intelligence analysis in policing and in the military, as well as its future development.
Greg Whisenant on CrimeReports.com
Join me, Deborah Osborne, and Greg Whisenant as we discuss his affordable and innovative solution to crime mapping for the public. Greg Whisenant is the founder of CrimeReports.com, and is committed to helping local law enforcement communicate directly with the general public. He has a Masters in Public Policy from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, and he has won awards for his entrepreneurship in the state of Utah..
Bryan Hill on the Book “Fundamentals of Crime Mapping"
Join me, Deborah Osborne, and Bryan Hill as we discuss the book “Fundamentals of Crime Mapping." Bryan is a co-author of the book (available at http://www.jbpub.com/catalog/9780763755751/). Bryan Hill retired from the Phoenix Police Department after serving 21 years as a patrol officer, solo motor, detective and sworn crime analyst. He currently teaches at Chandler Gilbert Community College in Chandler, Arizona as adjunct faculty. Bryan has worked in the crime analysis field for the past 15 years with the last 8 being with the Glendale Police Department in Arizona, as a civilian analyst. He is recognized by his colleagues as a dedicated expert in many aspects of crime analysis.
Online Education in Crime and Intelligence Analysis
Join me, Deborah Osborne, and David Jimenez,as we discuss online education in Crime and Intelligence Analysis. David Jimenez is currently the Director of Training, Education, and Career Development for the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts. He is also an online Faculty Instructor with the American Military University, where he instructs courses on intelligence, criminal intelligence, and law enforcement intelligence applications. He is the owner/moderator for his website, www.intelligenceisthefuture.com