National Analyst’s Spring Online
Conference 26-27 May 2021
Headline sponsor JTOL – showcasing latest innovation in analysis software
Join us for our third national event that promotes the status and professionalism of crime and intelligence analysts working in forces, wider law enforcement as well as government and other public and private sector roles.
Our exciting event will provide even more best practice, latest updates, case studies, trends. and predictions – all to support the operational role of the analyst.
It will provide a valuable online forum for analysts to network, share their views and experiences and to acknowledge the vital role they now play in investigations in both reactive and proactive roles.
AGENDA DAY 1 (BST)
9.20am-9.30am: Welcome and introduction, Carol Jenkins, The Investigator
9.30am-10.10am: Maximising continuous professional development opportunities for analysts: an update on the National Institute of Cyber and Digital Investigation Professionals programme, Fiona Paterson, Director, DCYFA Consulting Limited
10.10am-10.50am: Crimestoppers: The challenges with using anonymised data to identify trends and fill information gaps. Nicola Roadnight-Brooks, Analyst, Crimestoppers
11.10am-noon: Operation Eternal: the important role analysts played in the Met’s response to Operation Venetic, a national operation to take down the encrypted messaging platform EncroChat and thwart the activity of organised crime gangs, Lisa Coleman, Lead Analyst and Jessica Murray, Digital Intelligence Analyst, Met Police
Noon-12.30pm: How GeoTime Enterprise software is supporting investigations, Duanne Watkins, CEO, JTOL
1.10pm-1.50pm: Operation Yeti: how analysis techniques supported the successful investigation of a Lithuanian Human Trafficking Ring, Jude Ward, Intelligence Analyst, Central Intelligence Bureau, Cambridgeshire Constabulary
1.50pm-2.20pm: Taking advantage of the updates to Analyst’s Notebook and iBase, Holly Swann-Catlow, Shortest Path Training Ltd
2.20pm-3.10pm: Improving Intelligence Analysis in policing, Scott Keay, researcher, author, intelligence analyst and Senior Lecturer at Edge Hill University
3.30pm-4.10pm: Current challenges and successes of analysts across the world, Shelagh Dorn, President of International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts
4.10pm-4.30pm: Enriching your analysis with internet intelligence - Scott Orton, Chorus Intelligence
4.30pm: Day one closes.
AGENDA DAY 2 (BST)
9.40am-9.50am: Welcome and introduction, Carol Jenkins, The Investigator
9.50am-10.40am: Operation Release: how analysis played an important part in the conviction of a violent drugs gang, Steve French, Operational Intelligence Analyst, Devon IMU, Devon and Cornwall Constabulary
11am-11.40am: How international policing tools and databases can support the work of analysts, Danielle Williams, Lead Analyst and Chris Lyons, Senior Analyst, National Police Chief’s Council, International Crime Co-ordination Centre
11.40am-12.20pm: Project U-Battle: using business analysis to enhance organised crime investigation strategies, Chris Allen. Programme Director, MA, Transnational Organised Crime, University of Buckingham
12.50pm-1.40pm: How West Yorkshire Police is working to create a high-end analysis capability, Paddy Kerr and Helen Taylor, Intelligence and Analysis Trainers, Crime Training, West Yorkshire Police.
1.40pm-2.20pm: How social media can be used as a valuable networking tool for analysts, Selina Pascale and Paige Keningdale, Association of Crime and Intelligence Analysts
2.30pm: Conference closes
HOW TO BOOK
Cost: £299.75 + VAT (GBP) per delegate, LEA, Government Agencies, Academia and Public Sector only.
Booking: Please send the delegates name(s), email address(es) and purchase order (made out to The Investigator) to firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone +44(0)844 660 8707 for further information. If you require 5 or more delegates from the same organisation please contact us for a group discount quote. Under no circumstances will a delegate be able to register using a free webmail address (ie: gmail, Yahoo, Outlook, Hotmail, AOL etc).
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.
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 5 delegates from the same force/organisation then please contact us for group rates.
Please refer to the College of Policing 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’
Joining the event: All delegates are required to login with the name that is assigned to their email address, anyone that logs in as a guest, anonymous or a name not on the registration list will be removed from the conference. LEA/Government delegates can supply an alternative email address after their work email address has been verified if they are working from home and using their own electronic devices.
JTOL Limited is a UK company that partners with approved suppliers of bespoke hardware and software solutions that enhance capabilities and workflows within Law Enforcement and MOD. We offer a suite of software tools which enable the live monitoring and post analysis of geospatial and opensource data and hardware for covert listening. With over 20 years' experience in intelligence policing JTOL offers sales, support and training to accompany the capabilities for the monitoring, capture, analysis and reporting of key defined data sets or
mass data (billions of records) which aid the investigators and analysts to make quicker and smarter choices.
Visit the JTOL website HERE