The FBI’s UCR Program will transition from Summary (SRS) to National Incident‐Based Reporting System (NIBRS) in January 2021. Those agencies currently reporting SRS will be required to report on 52 offenses covering more than 50 data elements per offense under NIBRS. Agencies in California have 18 months to prepare for this major change. Analysts will play a critical role in preparing their organizations for this transition.
Join us on June 25th as we hear from the experts on some of the following key points:
• Understanding what NIBRS is
• NIBRS v. UCR data collection
• Analyst role in preparing the agency for reporting changes
• Lessons learned by agencies that have already transitioned
• Case examples illustrating the analytical power of NIBRS to improve crime analysis, compare crimes across jurisdictions and inform strategic/operational decisions
Inland Empire Crime and Intelligence Analysts Association (IECIAA)
The CGPATC congratulates Fred Lee on his accomplishment and his adherence to the high standards of training and certification that the organization stands for. We’d like to thank everyone who submitted their colleagues for this award and encourage the use of Geographic Profiling. For more information about Geographic Profiling and this award, please visit www.cgpatc.org. For more information about current training courses in Geographic Profiling, please visit http://ecricanada.com/training
The Committee for Geographic Profiling Analyst Training and Certification (CGPATC) is pleased to announce that the 2018 Geographic Profiling Application of the Year has been awarded to Fred Lee with the Riverside (California) Police Department for his innovative and effective analysis resulting in the arrest of a serial commercial burglary.