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California State University, Fullerton - Crime and Intelligence Analysis (Crime Analysis Certificate Program)

The Crime and Intelligence Analysis Certificate provides specialized training in how to identify and define crime trends, problems and patterns, and to use your research and analysis to create tactics and strategies that lead to an effective police response.
Graduates of the Crime and Intelligence Analysis Certificate receive five key benefits:

A certificate from the California Department of Justice designating you as a Certified Crime & Intelligence Analyst
A certificate from the Law Enforcement Intelligence Units demonstrating completion of this program
A Crime and Intelligence Analysis Certificate from Cal State Fullerton demonstrating completion of this program
"On-the-job training" through a 400-hour practicum/internship with a law enforcement agency
National certification that is recognized in other states
The Crime and Intelligence Analysis Certificate consists of eight required courses totaling 188 hours of lecture and discussion. All courses are held on the CSUF campus.

Crime Analyst Graduate Certificate (University of Colorado Denver) (Crime Analysis Certificate Program)

The School of Public Affairs at the University of Colorado Denver offers an online and campus based Crime Analyst Graduate Certificate program.The program can be completed as a standalone graduate certificate, or it can be included as part of the Master of Criminal Justice (MCJ) degree program. The program emphasizes criminal justice and criminology-related subjects, but the analytical skills learned in the program can be transferred to non-criminal justice and criminology fields too. Courses are taught by experienced analysts and tenure track professors. Students gain practical skills and insight while also gaining important theoretical and methodological knowledge. The Crime Analyst Certificate requires the successful completion of 5 graduate level classes: Criminal Justice Research Methods; Criminal Justice Statistics; Qualitative Research Methods; Law Enforcement Analysis; and Intelligence Writing and Briefing.

Advanced Certificate in Crime Prevention and Analysis - John Jay College of Criminal Justice (Crime Analysis Certificate Program)

The Certificate Program in Crime Prevention and Analysis offers advanced instruction in techniques for deterring crime and is part of the Master of Arts in Criminal Justice Program at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. It provides training in the quantitative, computer-based skills needed to analyze crime patterns. It also offers instruction in the strategies that can be employed in reducing crime. Students may also pursue the certificate without pursuing the master’s degree. The certificate is appropriate for students whose career objective is to contribute to data-based analysis of crime patterns in law enforcement agencies.

Crime Analysis Certificate Program (CACP) - Seattle University (Crime Analysis Certificate Program)

The Certificate in Crime Analysis is a one-year program consisting of 25 credit hours. Crime analysts typically perform detailed statistical analyses of crime data, prepare periodic reports on criminal activity and trends, identify emerging crime patterns, and communicate their findings to a variety of internal and external audiences. They may analyze a wide variety of data including arrests, convictions, known criminal associates, and other criminal intelligence data in order to explore relationships and identify patterns and correlations in support of investigative efforts. These data come from diverse sources, including existing agency databases, financial and telecommunications records, and the Internet.

 
 

 

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