This is a post certified course presented by CSU Long Beach. 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.
Register through CCIAA here.
This is a vendor provided course and you can register here.
License Plate Recognition (LPR) & Best Practices is an IADLEST / CA POST certified course on how best to use LPR cameras within LEA's to solve cases and make the most of the technology. This course has been presented multiple times and had attendees from over 200 agencies (Local, State, and Federal).
This four-part series will be taught in 2-hour blocks every Tuesday beginning October 19th to November 9th from 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM. This is an IADLEST / CA POST certified course that can be attended by current LPR users or by law enforcement members who have never accessed the technology before - all are welcome. See the Registration Page for more details
This class is post certified and costs $472. You see the registration flyer here.
This course builds on Geographic Profiling - Basic and instructs students on how to create operational geographic profiles. Students learn to use the Criminal Geographic Targeting (CGT) algorithm to determine the area of likely offender residence and produce an operational geographic profile that will be used by officers and detectives to find the offender. This course is taught in a computer lab setting, and students work through several cases that illustrate how to use geographic profiling techniques in a property crime investigation to create an optimal search strategy for detectives and patrol.
MANDATORY PREREQUISITE: Must have completed the Geographic Profiling - Basic Course.
The cost of this course is $375. You can register here.
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