Off By One Degree or Hundreds of Miles: An Investigators Lessons Learned

Off By One Degree or Hundreds of Miles: An Investigators Lessons Learned
Duration: 60 Minutes
Module 1 Resources
Recorded November 11, 2014
Unit 1 Video


Managing information can be especially challenging in law enforcement because information about cases are coming at you 100 miles per hour, at all hours of day, and from multiple sources. It’s time to make time to take a step back and think about some of the best practices and lessons learned about managing all of this information. Managing case information effectively will help make your job a little easier and it will make you more effective as an investigator.
This special course, taught by Detective Sergeant (ret.) Jim Markey, is directed towards law enforcement investigators, supervisors, and anyone responsible for the investigation of criminal acts. Using real case examples attendees will understand the critical role played by each.
Attendees will walk away with excellent information from a leading expert about:

  • The basic principles of criminal investigations
  • How to use intelligence analysis effectively to aid in your cases
  • Best practices about the inter-connectivity with information management

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