10_CrimeandProblemAnalysis

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Unformatted text preview: 1 Police Foundation, 2003: Grant #2002-CK-WX-0303 Introduction to Crime Analysis, Problem-Solving, and Problem Analysis Crime Analysis- Definitions- Crime Analysis Model Problem-Solving- Definitions- SARA Approach- Examples Problem Analysis- State of Analysis in Problem- Solving- Problem Analysis Forum 2002- Definition- Advancing Problem Analysis Suggested Readings 2 Police Foundation, 2003: Grant #2002-CK-WX-0303 Definition of Crime Analysis Crime Analysis is the qualitative and quantitative study of crime and police related information in combination with socio- demographic and spatial factors to apprehend criminals, prevent crime, reduce disorder, and evaluate organizational procedures. Source: Boba, R. (2001). Introductory guide to crime analysis and mapping. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services. 3 Police Foundation, 2003: Grant #2002-CK-WX-0303 Definition of Intelligence Analysis Intelligence analysis is the study of organized criminal activity, whether or not it is reported to police, to assist investigative personnel in linking together people, events, and property. Source: Boba, R. (2001). Introductory guide to crime analysis and mapping. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services. 4 Police Foundation, 2003: Grant #2002-CK-WX-0303 Definition of Criminal Investigative Analysis Criminal investigative analysis is the study of serial criminals, victims and/or crime scenes and physical, sociodemographic, psychological, and geographic characteristics to develop patterns that will assist in linking together and solving current serial criminal activity. Source: Boba, R. (2001). Introductory guide to crime analysis and mapping. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services. 5 Police Foundation, 2003: Grant #2002-CK-WX-0303 Definition of Tactical Crime Analysis Tactical crime analysis is the study of recent criminal incidents and potential and possible criminal activity by examining characteristics such as how, when, and where the activity has occurred to assist in problem solving by developing patterns and trends, identifying investigative leads/suspects, and clearing cases. Source: Boba, R. (2001). Introductory guide to crime analysis and mapping. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services. 6 Police Foundation, 2003: Grant #2002-CK-WX-0303 Definition of Strategic Crime Analysis Strategic crime analysis is the study of crime and police information integrated with socio-demographic and spatial factors to determine long term patterns of activity, to assist in problem solving, as well as to research and evaluate responses and procedures....
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