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Crime Analysis

 Organisors Horizon Global AcademyBasic Level Course

OVERVIEW HGA Overview

This course introduces the concept of crime analysis and its implementation to crime and security data. Crime analysis requires sys- tematic study of crime data to help practitioners, policy makers, crime investigators and crime prevention experts. Participants will develop an understanding of the nature of data and the importance of the use of proper data collection methods in problem-solving practices. Basic techniques of data analysis are also presented with the course.

The course is designed for all levels of law enforcement personnel as crime data collection is a collective action and a basic under- standing is required throughout the whole organization to ensure data quality for further analysis.

HGA Audience Attendees

  • Basic level crime analysis course will be designed for practitioners who collects or expose to crime data during their work.
  • After this course participants will identify the quality of the data for analysis, be able to conduct basic analysis and will appreciate the value of data for their work.

HGA Key Takeaway main Takeaways

  • Introducing the concept of crime analysis and its implementation to crime and security related data.
  • Demonstrating systematic study of crime and other relevant data to help practitioners, policy makers, crime investigators and crime prevention experts.
  • Developing an understanding of how crime data can be a good source of problem-solving practices
  • Presenting basic techniques of data analysis.

Programme Horizon Global Academy Programme-Basic Level

Day-1
  • Introduction
  • Understanding data and data sources
  • Data collection and definition of collected data
Day-2
  • Data cleaning process
  • Type of crimes and data sources
  • Analyzing data; tactical, strategic and administrative analysis of crime data
  • Case studies
Day-3
  • Investigative analysis
  • Criminal behavior and crime analysis
  • Case studies
Day-4
  • Telling the story of the data
  • Dissemination of the analysis results
  • Getting feedback and improving data sources
Day-5
  • Merging crime data with criminal behaviour
  • Case studies

 Organisors Horizon Global AcademyAdvanced Level Course

OVERVIEW HGA Overview

This course provides an in-depth understanding of various crime analysis methods and crime mapping and advanced skills to implement crime prevention tools to better understand crime and other relevant data. Possible uses of crime analysis results for decision makers and managers are also presented. Therefore, a highlight of the course is the use of policy anal- ysis as a tool to examine crime-related policies and their alternatives. Establishing a crime analysis unit and its possible operation is also a part of the topics to discuss.

The course is specifically designed for crime analysts and advanced data analysis teams, however upper level management, especially those with policy making capacity would also benefit from the course.

HGA Audience Attendees

  • Advanced level crime analysis course will be designed for practitioners who participated basic level course or for people who has an experience of crime analysis for certain time period.
  • After this course, participants will learn how the use of crime analysis use will improve their work, how they can establish a crime analysis unit and main functions of the unit.

HGA Key Takeaway main Takeaways

  • Providing in depth understanding and advanced skills to implement crime prevention tools to better understand crime and other relevant data.
  • Presenting use of crime analysis results for decision makers and managers.
  • Introducing policy analysis as a tool to examine crime policies and their alternatives.
  • Establishing a crime analysis unit and its operations.

Programme Horizon Global Academy Programme-Advanced Level

Day-1
  • Review of the Crime Analysis basic course
  • Providing real life examples from participants
  • Introducing analysis tools and concepts of data analysis
Day-2
  • Working with qualitative data
  • Statistical analysis
  • Implementation
  • Case studies
Day-3
  • Policy making process
  • Crime policies
  • Policy analysis and strategy
  • Case study
Day-4
  • Crime analysis unit
  • Role definitions
  • Crime types and analysis
  • Case studies
Day-5
  • Crime analysis for policymaking
  • Practitioners data analysis results
  • Discussions

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