National Analyst’s Online
Conference 8-9 December 2021
Join us for our fourth national event that promotes the status and professionalism of crime and intelligence analysts working in forces, wider law enforcement as well as government and other public and private sector roles.
Our exciting event will provide even more best practice, latest updates, case studies, trends. and predictions – all to support the operational role of the analyst.
It will provide a valuable online forum for analysts to network, share their views and experiences and to acknowledge the vital role they now play in investigations in both reactive and proactive roles.
Forensic Analytics announced as headline sponsor
We are delighted to welcome Forensic Analytics as our headline sponsor. The team will be showcasing the latest training courses they have launched aimed at analysts and engaging with delegates throughout the two days about their work.
Speakers and presentations include:
National developments and Continuous Professional Development Latest
• New national project that looks at the national landscape for data analytics and data ethics in UK police forces, Mandy Kaur, DII
Strategic Work Stream Lead, Legal Exploitation of Data and Evidence, College of Policing:
• Latest Continuous Professional Development Opportunity for analysts as part of The Institute of Cyber and Digital Investigation Professionals programme, Fiona Paterson, Programme Manager, Chartered Institute of Information Security
Analysis in Action
• Initial findings of research into the use of Cell Site and RFPS by UK analysts, Richard Martin, Senior Analyst, Staffordshire Police
• Operation Hibachi: how analysis proved vital in a complex county lines investigation involving the trafficking of children from London to Devon, Steve French, Operational Intelligence Analyst, Devon IMU, Devon and Cornwall Police
• Project Vigilant: Combating sexual assaults and stranger rapes in the night time economy by using proactive surveillance officers and decoys alongside overt officers – how analysis played an important part in the project, DCI James Senior, Crime Manager, and DI Tina Wallace, Thames Valley Police
• The Future of Data Analytics in Policing, Developing the Art of the Possible in Analytics, Det Supt Phil Tomlinson, Head of Digital Intelligence, Metropolitan Police
• Fact, inference and uncertainty in cell site analysis: key considerations for analysts, Professor Gill Tully, CBE former Home Office Forensic Science Regulator until February this year and now Professor of Forensic Science, Kings College, London
IBM i2 latest from Shortest Path Training Ltd
An IBM i2 iBase Update and Customising Analyst’s Notebook - iBase 9 has been out since 2020. Mark will demonstrate the new change of how the Importer checks for duplicates - available in the latest versions. He will also look at how customising Analyst’s Notebook can make your work more efficient, as well as how to change the Grading System being used, Mark Fleet, Shortest Path Training Ltd.
International best practice
• Crime analysis and cognitive effects: the practice of policing through flows of data, Camie Condon, PhD, Program Coordinator, Crime and Intelligence Analysis, Seneca College, Canada
• The development of the Crime Analysis Programme in Canada, the transformation of the analyst and the difference between the UK and Canada, Professor Clifford Aguiar, Seneca College and Crime Analyst at the South Simcoe Police Service
• Duanne Watkins, Director JTOL will be showcasing the innovative GeoTime Enterprise analysis software that is currently being used by the Metropolitan Police
Further speakers to be announced shortly
HOW TO BOOK
Cost: £299.99 + VAT (GBP) per delegate (LEA and Government Agency only). Industry delegates: £399.99 + VAT
Booking: Please send the delegates name(s), email address(es) and purchase order (made out to The Investigator) to email@example.com or telephone +44(0)844 660 8707 for further information. This is open to LEA, Government and public sector security contractors only.
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Payment can be made by PayPal/debit/credit card (corporate card fees apply + 3%).
The meeting link will be sent out 7 days before the event.