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Innovations in Justice Information Sharing Strategies and Best Practices November 30, 2006

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  1. Innovations in Justice Information Sharing Strategies and Best Practices November 30, 2006 Knowledge Management and Intelligence Analysis Tools Lisa M. Palmieri, CCA-Supervisory Intelligence Analyst President, International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA) Massachusetts State Police/Commonwealth Fusion Center lisa.palmieri@pol.state.ma.us

  2. Information vs. Intelligence • Information • Reports about an event or activity • Intelligence • Evaluated, analyzed information put into context upon which decisions can be made Basic Elements of Intelligence (Godfrey and Harris, 1971; xiii)

  3. THE MOST VALUABLE ANALYTIC TOOL + training + experience

  4. The Intelligence Cycle

  5. Define the need Support complex investigations into organized criminal activity Provide guidance to deployment of resources Provide situational awareness to decision makers in a particular area

  6. Planning • What are your sources of information? • What will be your process to get information from source to new application? • What output what is needed by users?

  7. Collection • What’s out there, tried and tested? • Does what you’ve defined exist? • Product Demonstrations • User/Technology feedback • If it doesn’t exist, what then?

  8. Collation Compare apples and apples Define the criteria across the board; what functionality does the unit need from the software? Develop functionality matrix

  9. Analysis/Evaluation • Compare and contrast... • Cost of • Software? • Licenses? • Hardware? • Support packages?

  10. Re-evaluation / Feedback • Vendors are not all created equal • improvements based on input from the field? • New versions included? • reputation is important to smart businesses- • go to other customers

  11. Don’t go it alone…use the benefit of other’s experiences!

  12. Before you start….be aware...

  13. ANALYTST’S TOOLBOX Global Intelligence Working Group International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA)

  14. Basic Software Tools Word Processing Purpose: To produce text documents, including bulletins, fact sheets, investigative summaries, and analytical reports.

  15. Basic Software Tools Spreadsheet Purpose: To organize numerical data in a column-and-row format for summarization, calculations, comparison of data and data charting.

  16. Basic Software Tools Relational Database Purpose: To organize data in relation to other data in a format of records and fields arranged into several tables in order to determine commonalities and relationships among data. The relational database tool can also be used for record keeping.

  17. Basic Software Tools Mapping/Geographic Information System (GIS) Purpose: To display geographic data using points or shapes corresponding with specific locations or areas on a map to aid in crime mapping and strategic intelligence charting.

  18. Basic Software Tools Public Information Database Resources Purpose: To provide access to compiled public data sources with one comprehensive search.

  19. Basic Software Tools Presentation Software Purpose: To produce professional looking slide show presentations, with the capability to incorporate text, photographs, graphics, and animation.

  20. Basic Software Tools Graphics Software Purpose: To illustrate concepts or conclusions using graphic arts.

  21. Basic Software Tools PDF File Creation Software Purpose: Allows the creation of PDF format files. PDF files can be viewed and printed on any platform (Macintosh®, Microsoft® Windows®, UNIX®), thereby facilitating the sharing of information.

  22. Basic Software Tools Statistical Analysis Software Purpose: To analyze large amounts of data to identify trends.

  23. Basic Software Tools Publishing Software Purpose: Produce professional looking publications, such as newsletters or bulletins

  24. Basic Software Tools Communications/Telephone (Toll) Record Software Purpose: To organize structured information collected from telephone billing systems (including cellular phones), pen registers, and dialed number recorders for analysis

  25. Basic Software Tools Timeline/Flowcharting Purpose: To display chronological events in an easy-to-understand format.

  26. Basic Software Tools Link Analysis Purpose: To link associated information from a structured data source and display the links between entities in a graphic display. Also useful for documenting data sources and can help FIND the links in a large, complex data set. This type of software can also include a timeline or flowcharting capability.

  27. Basic Software Tools Data Mining /Text Mining Purpose: Automates the process of determining patterns and relationships in extremely large volumes of information (either statistical or in text) too large for an individual to manage.

  28. Basic Software Tools Data Visualization Purpose: To automatically display information in formats such as graphs and pie charts. This capability can sometimes be part of a larger software application, such as spreadsheet software

  29. Basic Software Tools Investigative Case Management Purpose: To track investigations and leads and activities conducted in support of investigations in order to preserve a record for investigative and prosecutorial purposes, as well as to manage work flow of investigators and analysts.

  30. Basic Software Tools Investigative Case Management Purpose: To track investigations and leads and activities conducted in support of investigations in order to preserve a record for investigative and prosecutorial purposes, as well as to manage work flow of investigators and analysts.

  31. Technology Triangle Case/Investigative Management Database Report/Incident Management Database Intelligence/Tips/Leads Database

  32. Questions? ?????

  33. Innovations in Justice Information Sharing Strategies and Best Practices November 30, 2006 Knowledge Management and Intelligence Analysis Tools Lisa M. Palmieri, CCA-Supervisory Intelligence Analyst President, International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA) Massachusetts State Police/Commonwealth Fusion Center lisa.palmieri@pol.state.ma.us