6th National Analyst’s Conference 29 and 30 November 2022 online event
Silver sponsor Shortest Path Training Ltd
• This event Showcases operational best practice from analysts on the frontline as well as cutting edge research from leading academic experts
• Unique event that celebrates and promotes the status and professionalism of operational analysts in the public and private sector
• This event is being held online via MS Teams to make it accessible to a wide audience
• Booking is now live! Reserve your place today!
• Certificates of CPD available at this event
Announcing our sixth annual analyst’s event!
Join us for our sixth national event that brings together operational analysts and academic experts who will showcase best practice, research and advice that is aimed at supporting the role of the analyst.
Our conference is the latest in our popular series of events that promotes the status and professionalism of analysts working in forces, wider law enforcement as well as government and other public and private sector roles.
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 public and private sector organisations in both reactive and proactive roles.
Our latest event follows on from the highly successful event that we hosted at Wyboston Lakes in June this year in which analysts from many organisations in the UK and across the world came together to debate the key issues of the day and voice their views and opinions.
The aim of our sixth event is to encourage operational analysts who don’t otherwise get to address their peers to showcase their work and share their experiences.
Speakers and Topics
Operation Booker: the role that analysts played in supporting a successful international investigation into a modern slavery Organised Crime Group (OCG) working across Romania and the East Midlands, Zoyla Fell, Senior Intelligence Analyst and Beth Baxter Intelligence Analyst, Tackling Organised Exploitation (TOEX) East Mid-lands Special Operations Unit (EMSOU)
Essential Soft Skills: From problem solving to emotional intelligence: the essential soft skills that underpin the role of the analyst, Jude Brennan-Ward, Intelligence Analyst, Central Intelligence Bureau, Modern Slavery, Trafficking and Exploitation, Cambridgeshire Constabulary
Microsoft Office best practice: Ten handy Office tips: timesaving tools and func-tions that can prove useful for analysts, Helen Taylor, Crime Trainer (Intelligence), West Yorkshire Police
Professional Relationships: Establishing and maintaining positive and productive working relationship with your manager: a guide for all operational analysts, Jon Ayres, Force Intelligence Analysis Manager (FIAM), Thames Valley Police
Cell Site and RFPS research: Latest update on research into the use of Cell Site and RFPS by UK analysts, Richard Martin, Senior Analyst, Staffordshire Police
Operational best practice: How intelligence analysts are working in major crime and serious and organised crime investigations in British Transport Police, Sally Browne, Intelligence Analyst, British Transport Police
Leading Academic Experts
Analyst’s wellbeing: International research that is studying the impact on the wellbeing of analysts who are exposed to distressing material in their operational roles, Dr Fazeelat Duran, Research Fellow, Centre for Applied Psychology, University of Birmingham.
Crime Linkage: How crime linkage theory and practice can be used to build up a comprehensive picture of offending behaviour and can help analysts establish valu-able links and patterns that could prove valuable to their investigations, Professor Jessica Woodhams, Professor of Forensic Psychology, Head of Research, Universi-ty of Birmingham
Crime Measurement: The measurement of crime in geographic areas: bounded by the dark figure, Dr David Buil-Gil, Lecturer in Quantitative Criminology, University of Manchester
Association of Crime and Intelligence Analysts (ACIA) latest! We’ll be hearing from Paige Keningale and Steve French for the latest updates on continuous professional development opportunities for all analysts
Silver Sponsors Shortest Path Training Ltd: We’re pleased to announce that our friends from Shortest Path Training Ltd are the Silver sponsors and will be back with their latest informative training session that provides best practice around the use of i2 Analyst’s Notebook and iBase
Watch this space for a full speaker list coming soon!
We’re currently planning a packed agenda full of operational experts who will share their knowledge and best practice during the main conference agenda. Watch this space for a full speaker list and agenda shortly.
If you would like to speak at the conference email firstname.lastname@example.org
HOW TO BOOK
Delegate place : £299.99 + VAT (GBP) per delegate (LEA and Government Agencies only).
Industry delegates: £399.99 + VAT
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Train all three core i2 products: Analyst’s Notebook, iBase, and Enterprise Insight Analysis (EIA)
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Regularly run closed courses, on-site courses, customised, and bespoke courses tailored to clients’ needs at request
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Keep all of our courses up to date as new versions of the software are released
Have three permanent dedicated trainers who write and deliver our courses – we do not outsource
Have training databases and datasets ready to go on all of our courses, covering a wide variety of data
Have within our team over 100 years’ of combined experience using i2 software!
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