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Crime & Intelligence Analysis


Crime Analysis – a set of systematic, analytical processes directed at providing timely and pertinent information relative to crime patterns and trend correlations to assist operational and administrative personnel in planning the deployment of resources for the prevention and suppressions of criminal activities, aiding the investigative process, and increasing apprehensions and the clearance of cases.

It is the policy of the Conyers Police Department to assimilate and utilize statistical analysis as a tool to indentify and attempt to reduce criminal activity, to assist in resource allocation and prioritize strategic objectives.

The crime analysis function is assigned to the Conyers Police Department Crime Analyst. This function is responsible for producing the data that is to be used in the operation of the Department and for presenting that data in a variety of formats that meet the needs of the field and staff functions within the Conyers Police Department.

The Crime Analyst is also responsible for maintaining relationships with other jurisdictions and organizations for the purposes of intelligence gathering and sharing.  Once such entity is the Georgia Information Sharing Analysis Center (GISAC) GISAC website.  On a federal level, the FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) provides valuable information regarding potential terrorist threats FBI website - JTTF.