CIA610 - Advanced Concepts of Crime Analysis

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Subject Title
Advanced Concepts of Crime Analysis

Subject Description
This course examines strategic and tactical analyses as operational tools by policing agencies worldwide. The use of goals and objectives to direct analysis and strategic tools such as crime prevention, target selection, planning and resource allocation, and the use of goals and objectives are assessed. Students review these strategies and discover how to undertake a strategic assessment throughout the many stages of a project.

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

  1.  Explain how strategic crime analysis informs crime prevention and resource allocation.
  2. Discuss the differing managerial processes within crime analysis for the preparation and presentation of analytical reports.
  3. Apply analytical techniques to assess long term spatial, temporal and demographic patterns in crime.
  4. Analyze criteria for best practice models in technology for program evaluations in crime prevention.
  5. Defend the application of inferential statistics for crime analysis.

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