See the Whole Picture

As communities grow, the ability to detect patterns from crime data will continue to be an important part of crime prevention. Learn how to extract the details without losing sight of the "bigger picture." Analyze the information using rigorous research standards you learn from our comprehensive Professional Certificate in Crime and Intelligence Analysis. Upon successful completion of our certificate program, you will also be awarded the Crime Analysis Certification from the Law Enforcement Intelligence Units (LEIU).

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    Est. Tuition $5,300

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    Learning Format Hybrid

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    Duration 9-12 months *

    * Duration times can vary talk to your student success coach for more information.
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    Total Units 26 Units

Required Courses

In-Person Online Hybrid Online with Live Sessions
Course Schedules are Subject to Change
Required (26 Units )
 
 
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Crime and Intelligence Analysis PracticumPractical application of knowledge and skills gained through 400 hours of supervised experience in a crime and intelligence/crime analysis unit of an agency.
0 Units
Crime Analysis ApplicationsThe crime analysis function within the law enforcement organization, including how to develop, implement and operate a crime analysis unit and discussion of the nexus between crime analysis, field and investigative operations.
4 Units
Computer Skills for the Crime AnalystBecause 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.
4 Units
Criminal Investigative AnalysisCriminal Investigative Analysis (formerly referred to as Psychological Profiling) is the analysis of crime scene patterns in order to identify the personality and behavioral characteristics of offenders who commit the serial crimes of rape and homicide.
4 Units
Introduction to Criminal IntelligenceFocuses on criminal activities that are generally hidden from the public and police view.
4 Units
Research Methods and Statistics in Crime AnalysisAcquaints students with basic concepts and sources of crime analysis data and information.
4 Units
Introduction to Criminal JusticeAn introduction to the criminal justice system discussing types of crime, criminal justice models, criminality theories, and the legislative process with emphasis on special interest groups as they relate to the development of criminal law.
3 Units
Introduction to Criminal Law and ProcedureExamination of the elements of crimes: crimes against persons, property, public health and safety, and others.
3 Units

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