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Please provide the following information regarding the number of full-time and part-time staff in your agency.
Number of full-time sworn officers:
Number of part-time sworn officers:
Number of full-time civilian staff:
Number of part-time civilian staff:
Please answer the following questions as they relate to your current crime problems, your crime reduction strategy, and how participation in the CAR Program would benefit your agency.
Please describe the nature and extent of your violent crime and property crime problems over the past five years.
Include information regarding your agency's current or past crime reduction strategies.
Please describe how your participation in the CAR Program would fit into your department’s overall violence reduction strategy.
(e.g., What are your goals? What are your needs?)
Please describe why your agency needs enhanced crime analysis capacity.
What are the most pressing crime problems in your agency that could be addressed with enhanced crime analysis capacity?
Briefly describe what expected benefits your agency would garner from the CAR Program.
Which type of crime analysis support would your agency prefer?
Select all that apply.
In-person embedded support
Remote/virtual embedded support
Crime Analysis Capacity
Please answer the following questions as they relate to your agency's current crime and/or intelligence analysis capacity.
How does your agency capture and store crime-related data?
(e.g., paper files, CAD system, RMS)
Please describe your agency's executive-level leadership's commitment to enhancing crime analysis capacity and violence reduction efforts.
Does your agency currently have personnel dedicated to crime and/or intelligence analysis?
Select one. If you select "no", please skip to the next section.
No (skip to next section)
No, but we have in the past.
No, but some personnel (e.g., chief, deputy chief) perform analysis functions in addition to other duties.
Yes, there are sworn officers service as crime analysts.
Yes, there are civilian crime analysts.
Yes, there are both sworn and civilian crime analysts.
If your agency employs crime and/or intelligence analysts, please provide the number of full-time and part-time crime and intelligence analysts.
Full-time crime analysts: Part-time crime analysts: Full-time intelligence analysts: Part-time intelligence analysts:
Some departments have individuals who perform both crime analysis and intelligence analysis. If this is true for your department, please provide the total number of individuals who perform this function.
Please name each analyst, provide their years of experience, and describe their education experience.
Include their years of experience in analysis, years of experience in law enforcement, highest educational attainment, and major.
What, if any, on-the-job training do crime analysts receive when hired by your agency?
Does your agency require any training or certification for crime analysts once they are hired? If so, please describe:
Do you feel that your agency has enough crime analysts to support violent crime strategies and analysis?
Does your agency have a crime analyst supervisor?
Is there anything else you would like the CAR Program Team to know?
Please upload a signed document from the Chief of Police acknowledging their approval of this application and dedication to increasing crime analysis capacity in their jurisdiction.
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