IBMi2 announced as silver sponsors for National Analyst’s Conference
IBMi2 will be making their debut at The Investigator online National Analyst’s Conference on 11 and 12 November.
Key IBM personnel will be providing an update of their i2 technology and how it’s helping to support the work of
They will join our headline sponsors Shortest Path Training Ltd who will give two educational presentations at the event and engage with delegates in their virtual exhibition room during breaks.
The conference aims to promote the status of UK analysts. It will provide even more best practice, latest updates, case studies, trends and predictions – all to support the operational role of analysts.
It will provide a valuable online forum for analysts to share their views and experiences and to acknowledge the vital role analysts now play in investigations in both reactive and proactive roles.
Other Speakers include:
Mark Parkinson, Principal Intelligence Analysis, Digital Analysis, Exploitation and Technology, Met Police: The formation of the UK’s first Digital Operations Capability staffed by Digital Intelligence Analysts to address the challenges and opportunities around the digital challenge.
Owen Miller, Problem Solving Analyst, Oxford Problem Solving Team, Thames Valley Police: how the UK’s first Problem Solving Analyst is both fighting and preventing crime in the Thames Valley as part of his unique role.
Andrew Stephenson, Intelligence Manager/Digital Media Advisor, Brunel Major Crime Team (collaboration between Gloucestershire, Avon and Somerset and Wiltshire Police forces): ‘The Use of Wi-Fi Data in a Murder Investigation: operational best practice and key learning’.
Joe Kennedy and Leah Shaw, Regional Intelligence Analysts, National Trading Standards Regional Intelligence Team: Trading Standards and Organised Criminality. How Regional Analysts support major investigations.
Scott Keay, Senior Lecturer/Researcher Edge Hill University and former Data Analytics and Insight Manager, Lancashire Constabulary: Findings of exclusive research entitled: The Evolution of the Police Analyst and the Influence of Evidence-Based Policing
Andrea Pearce, Senior Lead Analyst, Central Intelligence Team, Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service, how traditional analysis techniques were a vital element of a national performance review of HMPPS.
Jon Ayres, Lead Analyst for Buckinghamshire, Thames Valley Police, the importance of the ‘analyst’s mindset’: being proactive and assertive when working in operational policing
To book your place at the conference and find out more about the event go click HERE