UCRExtensionUniversityofCalifornia,RiversidePOBox112Riverside,CA92521-0112CoursesinCrimeandIntelligenceAnalysisOctober2008–September2009Non-ProfitOrg.U.S.PostagePAIDPermitNo.131Riverside,CAOctober 2008 – September 2009
Crime and Intelligence
California Department of
Justice Certified Program
Computer Skills for the Crime Analyst
Because rapid acquisition and analysis of information by
crime analysts have become an integral element of modern
law enforcement, computer skills are crucial to all positions
in the crime analysis field. This course provides beginning
instruction in the basic skills and computer software
commonly encountered in law enforcement, including
word processing, spreadsheets, photo databases and
graphic formats. It also covers geographic information
systems and the latest uses of computer-generated link and
time line analysis for the crime and intelligence analyst.
Valuable instruction and insight into the daily activities and
responsibilities of a crime analyst are also covered.
Enrollment is limited.
Required for Certificate in Crime and Intelligence Analysis
BRIAN C. GRAY, B.A., C.C.I.A., Senior Crime and
Intelligence Analyst, Riverside County Sheriff’s Department
Credit: 4 units
Date/Time: Fri.-Sun. 8 am-5 pm,Oct. 18-19, 31,
Nov. 1 & 2, 2008 (5 meetings)
Location: UCR Extension, 1200 University Ave.
Text: No text required.
Fee: $575 (includes parking)
Research Methods and Statistics in Crime Analysis
Acquaints students with basic concepts and sources of
crime analysis data and information. Topics covered
include forecasting methods, statistical sampling and
measurement, and data production and acquisition issues.
The skills developed enable students to conduct an
automated online search, print or download the data and
analyze the data. Students are also able to undertake a hand
search of hard copy sources in a standard library and
prepare a computer-generated report using conventional
word processing. Skills are applicable to fundamentals