The workshop will explore R (an open source statistical software) and its potential for crime analysis. Intelligence analysis is a critical component of contemporary policing strategies. While considerable effort is being made to develop training programmes and frameworks in order to systematically analyse and understand contemporary crime problems, there are few ‘how-to’ guides for specific analysis tools (statistics packages) for these programmes and frameworks. The workshop is a catalyst event to open discussions on what such ‘how-to’ guides might look like and to begin development of a network of policing practitioners and academics interested in working together to develop ‘how-to’ guides, and other training resources for the analysis of police data.
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PROGRAMME FOR THE DAY
|Registration with coffee||10:00|
|Introduction to the N8 Policing Research Partnership||10:30|
|Overview of the Day||10:50|
|Presentations: examples of R for Crime Analysis (tbc):|
· Terrorism prevention with predictive modelling in R
· Dashboards and interactive reports using R
· Installing and using R on Police and Government systems
· Estimating the time of aoristic crime events in R
· Detecting points of change in crime trends in R
|Workshops: co-producing an outline of training requirements / ensuring means for sustainable collaboration and material development.||14:00|
|Afternoon tea break||15:00|
|Final Reflections and Network Building: Highlighting key themes from the day, and outlining next steps to sustain connections made.||15:15|
For specific queries about the content of the day (not booking enquiries) contact Dr R Solymosi: firstname.lastname@example.org