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This show features ideas and interviews related to the development of crime and intelligence analysis in policing. Crime and intelligence analysis are at the heart of the future of policing and will radically improve public safety someday. Listen and learn why we should and how can you bring this change about. First, be informed! Expert guest discussions provide provocative clues...

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Join me, Deborah Osborne, and Dr. Pamela Beal as we discuss methods to reduce the problem of street prostitution in communities. Dr. Beal was a winner of the Herman Goldstein award for her problem oriented policing project focused... more

Many law enforcement analysts work in Homeland Security and will find this show relevant. What is the future of terrorism? How should we look at the problem? Join me, Deborah Osborne, and Dr. Marvin Cetron, as we discuss terrorism... more

Join me, Deborah Osborne and Robert Heibel, Executive Director of the Mercyhurst College Institute for Intelligence Studies (http://www.mciis.org/), as we discuss the MIIS program and the importance of knowledge work. Bob's is a... more

Join me, Deborah Osborne, and Matt White as we discuss building better crime and intelligence analysis units. Matt White heads a state-of-the-art analysis team in the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office (FL) and is the author of the... more

Join me, Deborah Osborne, in a discussion on the topic of using the musical the West Side Story as a crime prevention tool with innovators Dr. Pamela Beal and Anna Laszlo. Fascinating!!!! We will discuss using the arts in crime prevention.... more

Join me, Deborah Osborne, and retired NYPD Captain Joseph Concannon, as we discuss InfraGard, alliances between the private and public sector, and the importance of analysis beyond policing boundaries. Joe is founder, President... more

Listen to a conversation with Dr. Kim Rossmo,from the Texas State University Center for Geospatial Intelligence and Investigation (see http://www.txstate.edu/gii/index.html, and me, Deborah Osborne, as we discuss... more

Join me, Deborah Osborne, in a discussion with Dr. William Tafoya, a professor from the University of New Haven's National Security Program (see www.newhaven.edu/nationalsecurity). This is a program that prepares students... more

Today's topic is intelligence led policing. Dr. Jerry Ratcliffe, author of the book "Intelligence Led Policing," will join us from his Labor Day vacation. What is intelligence led policing? Why do we need it? Stay tuned! Visit Jerry's website at... more

Join me, Deborah Osborne, and Jim Mallard, winner of the 2008 Technology Award from the International Association of Crime Analysts, in a discussion of the role of technology in improving crime and intelligence analysis. Jim is the crime... more

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