Professional Crime Analyst who is able to accurately develop projections about upcoming crime based on past events. Adept at working with all levels of authority to gain information, expressing ideas in a concise manner and developing useful spreadsheets to help identify criminals. Specialises in criminal investigations and the data concerning crime trends.
Extensive police work experience
Able to work with investigating offers on the scene or in the precinct
Adept at utilising computer productivity software
Crime trend analysis
Historical crime information archivist
Able to bring together a variety of statistics to support crime trend models
Experience in interviewing and studying criminals
May 2009 to July 2014 Mayville Police Department-Manchester, UK Crime Analyst
Responsible for maintaining statistical data on all crimes committed in the region.
Regularly attended criminal investigation seminars to learn new ways to apply trend models to existing data.
Assisted police chief in constructing an archive system for all criminal data and tying that archive into federal resources.
September 2002 to May 2009 Bingtown Police Department-Manchester, UK Crime Analyst
Worked with police chief to make crime trend models part of the criminal investigation process.
Regularly supplied investigators with crime trend information to assist in ongoing investigations.
Helped to implement the station’s first photo identification software programme.
July 1992 to September 2002 Zedville Police Department-Manchester, UK Crime Analyst
Responsible for organising existing crime data into an accessible computer database format.
Submitted monthly crime data report to police chief along with projected crime trends.
Assisted investigators in collecting evidence at the scene of investigations and cataloging that evidence for later use.
1992 London State College, London, England, UK, Bachelor of Science, Forensics