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We stopped actively working on gathering resources here several years ago however the vast majority of this is still relevant.
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Training and Courses
Become a Problem Solving Crime Analyst In 55 small steps
John Eck, Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science. University College London.
This manual focuses on the adoption of a problem solving approach, showing how crime analysis can be used and developed to support a problem oriented policing approach – based on the idea that the police should concentrate on identifying patterns of crime and anticipating crimes rather than just reacting to crimes once they have been committed.
This manual builds on the 55 steps document. The manual aims to provide basic knowledge of problem-oriented policing and the related fields of environmental criminology and situational crime prevention.
This company run training course specifically focused on open source intelligence and internet based investigation techniques. See the UK-OSINT website for further resources.
Jill Dando Institute for Crime Science short courses covering analysis, problem solving and GIS.
RISCUK provides a wide-ranging array of training experiences from surveillance techniques to strategic assessments.
Deliver a full range of intelligence courses and are available both in the UK and internationally, they also have a range of online content.
- Intelligence Analysis Level 1 (Basic) course
- Intelligence Analysis Level 2 (Intermediate) course (similar to NIAT and ANACAPA when added together)
- Flow Conventions module
- Strategic Assessment Course
- National Decision Making Model course
- Thinking Skills module
- Logical Briefing module
- Inference Development module
- Forecasting module