Designed to assist agency’s grow, develop and manage their analytical services division. Whether an agency has a single staff member tasked with DOJ reporting or an active staff of real-time analysts, this course provides the road map to furthering the value of law enforcement analytics. Core interactive learning will provide the student with proven and tested principals, case examples applications, and established and productive methods. Personnel will gain practical knowledge which will assist with crime analysis and tactical case support, and will also acquire a roadmap to further develop their department’s analytical services division. This course is appropriate for active analytical personnel and their supervisors.
Who should attend this Course?
This course is designed for all personnel tasked to analytical or case support units, including Analysts, Supervisors, Managers, and Criminal Case Support Personnel. Attendees are not required to be sworn personnel, but MUST work within a law enforcement environment.
- Course Introduction
- Introduction to Leadership (with practical exercises)
- High Reliability Organizations
- Risk Management
- Decision Making/Problem Solving (with practical exercise)
- Performance Under Fire/Stress Management
- Communicating Effectively
- Employee Development (with practical exercise)
- Performance Standards and Evaluation
- The Digital Revolution
- Strategic Planning
Nicole McKendree began her career in law enforcement in 2016 as a Patrol Officer. Mrs. McKendree pursued a higher degree focused in analytics and criminology and started the very first Crime Analyst program at the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office in Arkansas. After building the program for nearly 2 years, Mrs. McKendree moved on to the Arkansas State Fusion Center as a Senior Intelligence Analyst where she works today.
Mrs. McKendree currently assists law enforcement agencies nationally and internationally with criminal cases ranging from theft to homicide. She provides expertise in use of resources such as facial recognition, financial record analysis, property records, and more. Mrs. McKendree has specialized in Domestic Violent Extremism during her time at the fusion center, writing an intelligence product in collaboration with DHS that gained her recognition from the United States Secretary of Homeland Security. She was awarded the Southern Shield 2022 Fusion Center Analysis Award in October 2022 and holds several certifications in programs such as i2 Analyst Notebook, Crime Analysis, and Counterintelligence/Counterterrorism.
She is avid in furthering professional advancement of her peers through teaching analysis courses and directed advisement on law enforcement resources and training.
Mrs. McKendree lives in Arkansas with her husband and son.
Host: POLICE TECHNICAL
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