Professional Training Series
Advancing Policing Through Innovation & Science: A Crime Analysis Symposium for Law Enforcement Leaders
Class Dates: 7/16/2014 -7/16/2014
Class Times: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Microsoft Conference Facility, One Cambridge Center, 4th Floor, Kendall Square, Cambridge, MA 02142
The Police Foundation and the International Association of Crime Analysts invite law enforcement executives to a highly-informative symposium that will provide them an overview of crime analysis best practices and organizational considerations necessary to integrate crime analysis and evidence-based policing strategies into their agencies’ everyday practices, making them more effective and efficient in reducing crime in their communities.
Executives will be shown how to focus their use of crime analysis by matching the appropriate type of analysis to the appropriate rank and division in the agency, so that crime reduction at all levels is informed by actionable crime analysis. The expert team of presenters – a police executive, criminologist, and crime analyst - will explore how agencies of all sizes can integrate approaches such as problem-oriented policing, hot-spots policing, community policing, predictive policing and intelligence-led policing.
The symposium is funded by the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance.
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Please note: This symposium is open to law enforcement executives and command staff only. The session is free, however, travel expenses incurred will be the responsibility of attendees. A survey will be sent to all registrants a few weeks before the start of class to better gauge experience and skill levels, etc.
IACA Members: $0.00 USD
Non-Members: $0.00 USD
For more information, contact Adam Kaufman at (202) 833-1460
Class Registration and Cancellation Policy
Training Class Cost
Your training fee is determined at the time of your registration. If you register for a class as a non-member but join the IACA at a later date, you are still responsible for the non-member training rate for any classes your registered for prior to becoming a member. If you are an IACA member but your membership has lapsed, please renew your membership and verify it is active before registering for a training class. you can check your membership status here.
If you transfer your registration to a non-IACA member within your organization, you will be responsible for paying the difference between the member and non-member rates.
Payments / Refunds
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All refunds for credit card or PayPal payments will be subject to a 4% administrative fee to cover charges we must pay for those transactions.
Cancellations and Substitutions
Student cancellations or withdrawals from a class must be received by the Training Series Director via email at least 15 business days prior to the first day of class.
If your training fee has been paid but you cannot attend, you may transfer your registration to another person in your organization. If you transfer your registration to a non-IACA member, you will be responsible for paying the difference between the member and non-member rates. The IACA training director must be notified via email of any substitutions.
If a cancellation or withdrawal occurs within the 15 day period prior to the start of the class, class tuition will not be refunded to a student or organization and cannot be applied to future IACA classes. Exceptions to this cancellation policy can only be made by the Training Series Coordinator on a case by case basis.
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