Training: Crime Data Analysis

Dates & Locations (2 Day Course)




This 2-day course seeks to equip law enforcement commanders and managers with the understanding of (1) the importance of data-driven strategies driving departmental operations, (2) how to effectively and efficiently utilize limited resources to implement a crime analysis function, and (3) how to reduce crimes, crashes and other social harms using data-driven analysis, strategies, and evaluation – Plan, Execute, Review.

Day 1

  • Foundations of law enforcement analysis
  • Planning for a law enforcement analysis function
  • Data and Analysis
  • Meaningful Reporting/Goal Planning

Day 2

  • Tactical Analysis
  • Strategic Analysis
  • Intelligence Analysis
  • Administrative Analysis
  • Improvement Strategies
  • Key Recommendations
  • Implementation Planning

Dawn Reeby, Instructor, Consultant 

Dawn Reeby has a deep interest in providing law enforcement agencies with the tools they need to be proactive in deployment strategies and in wellness lifestyles. She started in law enforcement as a civilian analyst 20 years ago while achieving a Master’s Degree from the University of Massachusetts Lowell, MA. During her career, she served at the Lowell, MA Police Department, the Nashua, NH Police Department, at the state level in education research and analysis, and in financial development and grant writing. Dawn also taught “Crime Analysis and Crime Mapping” to upper-level college students at UML. She has been a CLEA Certified Crime Analyst(IACA)since 2011.

Dawn currently designs webinars and in-person training, materials, and analytical tools, and delivers them to law enforcement agencies throughout the United States. She serves as a subject matter expert, partnering with multiple government agencies to provide instruction on implementing and enhancing quality law enforcement analysis methodologies. She also privately consults to provide strategy instruction and technical start up assistance for agencies in need of one-on-one support.


Cancellation & Refund Policy

GSPCC has a 10-day cancellation policy. Any cancellations less than 10 days from the class start date will not be refunded. Because seating in our courses can be limited, we ask that all cancellations be made at least 10 days prior to the class start date.

We understand there may be exceptions due to unforeseen serious events. If your cancellation is due to a serious issue and is not within 10 days of the first day of the class, GSPCC staff will evaluate the circumstances and work with you on a refund.