This is a free vendoro provided training and you can register here.
Learn about the diverse uses of License Plate Recognition (LPR) technology and how to utilize the tool in real world scenarios. Led by former law enforcement members, this course will demonstrate how to integrate a cloud-based commercial LPR data platform into the existing traditional law enforcement deployment LPR model.
• Week 1: Introduction, walk-through, take-home work
• Week 2: Week 1 overview – exam, legal aspects, Best Practices, advanced tools walk-through, take-home work
• Week 3: Week 2 overview – exam, hot lists, hot list advanced tools walk-through, take-home work
• Week 4: Week 3 overview – exam, LPR databases, investigative resources, documenting, additional tools/functions, full case walk-through, final LPR exam.
All take-home work should be submitted to the instructor within a week of assignment or before the following class for credit. This four part series will be taught in 2 hour blocks every Tuesday beginning August 2nd - August 23rd from 10AM PST – 12PM PST. This is an IADLEST certified course and a CA POST certified course for CA Law Enforcement attendees. You must attend all four courses to receive course credit. We do understand that there may be a time when you are unable to attend a class; therefore, we are allowing attendees the ability to watch a recording of the session missed in order to meet guidelines for course credits. Please keep in mind that you are only able to miss ONE live class/watch ONE recording to receive IADLEST/CA POST course credit, so please plan accordingly.
Each attendee will receive access to Vigilant PlateSearch with login credentials for 60 days.
To learn more about IADLEST, please visit www.iadlest.org
To learn more about CA POST, please visit www.post.ca.gov
This is a free online course and you can register here.
This course introduces analysts to the historical context of strategic analysis through broader concepts of thinking and analyzing more strategic aspects. A key component of modern analytical investigations is the ability to collect and analyze multiple data sets and information sources to generate a holistic product. Introduction to Strategic Intelligence Analysis (ISIA) expands on the basic principles of strategic analysis explored in the Foundations of Intelligence Analysis Training (FIAT) while building a framework for real-world application and broader occupational contexts.
This course provides in-depth instruction on association and social network analysis. The first part of this course explains the purpose and process of association analysis and how to create an association matrix. Students will also learn how to build and present a link chart using standard symbols and terms. The second part of this course explains what social network analysis is with focus on types of centrality, network structure, and the application of the target centric approach.
This course is sponsored by CSULB and costs $593. You can register here.
This course introduces students to the theory and methodology of geographic profiling, a process that uses crime locations to prioritize areas to search for an offender. This class is designed for police investigators, crime analysts, and others interested in the geography of crime and its application to criminal investigation. Topics include environmental criminology, behavioral geography, crime pattern theory, routine activity theory, mental maps, criminal hunting methods, search behavior, journey to crime, serial crime, temporal patterns, and case linkage analysis. The concepts are applicable to both property and violent crime. Students participate in a variety of activities and real cases are used to illustrate major points.
This course addresses the critical need for well-trained intelligence analysts to interpret growing amounts of information. This introductory course covers the history and purpose of intelligence analysis and the importance of strategic analysis. The course was developed by a consortium that included NW3C, Law Enforcement Intelligence Units (LEIU), the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA), and the Regional Information Sharing System (RISS).
Prerequisites:Current public safety employees including dispatchers, records, crime analysis, etc.
The primary goals of this course are to familiarize 9-1-1 first responders and public safety employees with the courtroom process and the appropriate demeanor for witnesses.
8 hours $149.00 Kim Turner, Tigran Topadzhikyan, Susan Schwartz, Jessica Palomin
As the first of the first responders, Public Safety Dispatchers and non-sworn personnel are becoming increasingly required to testify in court. The primary goals of this course are to familiarize dispatchers with the courtroom process and the appropriate demeanor for witnesses. This course does not address local procedures or specific jurisdictional practice but rather offers a broad overview of courtroom procedures.
Under the instruction provided by a qualified instructor(s) each student will achieve the following learning outcomes:
Certified in California and Michigan.
If the class is CalOES approved for reimbursement, you will receive the branch notification as part of your registration confirmation or you may download it here.
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