National Analyst’s Online Conference 11-12 November 2020

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We’re back with another exciting CPD event for the UK’s analysts sponsored by Shortest Path Training

 

Fully interactive event using Microsoft Teams

Hot on the heels of our successful first National Analyst’s Conference in November last year – we’re hosting

a second national event.

This time our event is online so you’ll be able to enjoy it from the comfort of your own office.

Our National Analyst’s Conference again 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.

AGENDA (all times GMT)

 

Day One

9.20am-9.30am: Welcome and introduction, Carol Jenkins, The Investigator

 

Session One

9.30am-10.20am: Professional development for analysts in the Digital Age, Dani Williams and Paige

Keningale, Association of Crime and Intelligence Analysts (ACIA)

 

10.20am-11.10am: identifying offenders on mobile networks, Mobile IP Address Resolution Project

(Mobile IPAR), Sam Mullahy, Home Office National Data Communications Service and PC Tom Farrell,

Seconded Law Enforcement Officer

 

11.10am-11.50am: IBM i2, Information to Intelligence Jamie Caffrey - IBM i2 Program Director

 

11.50am-12.20pm: Tips and Tricks for i2 Charts, Holly Swann-Catlow, Shortest Path Training Ltd.

 

12.20-1pm: Break

 

Session Two

1pm-1.50pm: the role of the UK’s first Problem Solving Analyst in fighting and preventing crime in the Thames Valley, Owen Miller, Problem Solving Analyst, Oxford Problem Solving Team, Thames Valley Police

1.55pm-2.45pm: ‘The Use of Wi-Fi Data in a Murder Investigation: operational best practice and key learning’, Andrew Stephenson, Intelligence Manager/Digital Media Advisor, Brunel Major Crime Team (collaboration between Gloucestershire, Avon and Somerset and Wiltshire Police forces)

2.50pm-3.50pm: Trading Standards and Organised Criminality. How Regional Analysts support major investigations, Joe Kennedy and Leah Shaw, Regional Intelligence Analysts, National Trading Standards Regional Intelligence Team

3.50pm-4.15pm: ‘Search any data, anywhere, and enrich your operational picture’, Gemma Furnell, Chorus Intelligence

 

4.15pm: Day one finishes

 

Day Two

9.40am-9.50am: Welcome and introduction, Carol Jenkins, The Investigator

 

Session One

9.50am-10.40am: The role of digital intelligence analysts in the Met’s new Digital Operations Capability, Mark Parkinson, Principal Intelligence Analysis, Digital Analysis, Exploitation and Technology and Alys Uprichard, Senior Analyst, Digital Operations Team, Met Police

 

10.40am-11.20am: how traditional analysis techniques were a vital element of a national performance review of HMPPS, Andrea Pearce, Senior Lead Analyst, Central Intelligence Team, Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service,

 

11.20am-11.50am: the Cambridge online course in serious crime analysis, Professor Lawrence Sherman, Cambridge Centre for Evidence Based Policing

 

11.50am-12.10pm: Break

 

12.10pm-12.50pm: Using analysis techniques in intelligence-led sports integrity operations, Ian Callaghan, former senior police analyst and now Senior Integrity Intelligence Officer, Stats Perform

 

12.50pm-1.30pm: How analyst’s notebook can be used in a drug investigation. Case study and demonstration, Khalida Pumuram, Intelligence Analyst and Fraser Patrick, Shortest Path Training

 

1.30pm-2pm: Break

 

Session Two

2pm-2.50pm: Findings of exclusive research entitled: The Evolution of the Police Analyst and the Influence of Evidence-Based Policing, Scott Keay, Senior Lecturer/Researcher Edge Hill University and former Data Analytics and Insight Manager, Lancashire Constabulary

 

2.50pm-3.20pm: how analysts can use internet forensics to trace, map and dismantle cybercrime infrastructures, Steve Santorelli and Dave Monnier, fellows, Team Cymru

 

3.20pm: Conference finishes

 

Supported by Association of Crime and Intelligence Analysts!

We are pleased to announce the event is supported by the Association of Crime and Intelligence

Analysts (ACIA) which has over 800 members in policing and the wider public and private sector.

The organisation will be highlighting current challenges around digital transformation

as well as other current challenges and opportunities around the analyst’s role.

 

HOW TO BOOK

Cost: £299.99 (GBP) per delegate

 
Booking: Please send the delegates name(s), email address and purchase order to info@the-investigator.co.uk or telephone +44(0)844 660 8707 for further information. 

Payment can be made by PayPal/debit/credit card (corporate card fees apply + 3%).

The meeting link will be sent out 2 days before the event.

SPONSOR

Shortest Path Training Limited
Future Business Centre, Kings Hedges Road,
Cambridge, CB4 2HY
www.shortestpathtraining.co.uk
info@shortestpathtraining.co.uk
(Tel) +44 (0)1223 967100
(Fax) +44 (0)1223 967200

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Important disclaimer

Please note, we respectfully ask that only delegates who have paid for a place are permitted to attend our virtual conference. If you would like to attend as a group of more than ten delegates from the same force then please contact us for group rates.

Please refer to the College of Police Code of Ethics 2014 for guidance. Please see page 11 section 7, which states: ‘I will treat information with respect, and access or disclose it only in the proper course of my duties’

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