- How to Develop a Crime Analysis Program & How to Run a Crime Analysis Unit
- Functions of Crime Analysis & Which Ones Lead to Arresting Results
- How to Identify Existing and Evolving Crime Patterns/Series
- Methods to Forecast Future Criminal Occurrences
- How to Develop Target Profiles and Use Them to Track Criminals
- Link Known Offenders to Unsolved Crimes
- Community Policing: The Key Role of Analysis
- Critical Steps in the Crime Analysis Process
- Types of Offense Report Designs & Why the Most Often Used is of the Least Value
Steven L. Gottlieb, M.P.A., law enforcement police officer, Police Department and Deputy Sheriff with the Sheriff’s Department.
Recognized internationally for his expertise in the practical application of Crime Analysis Techniques, Steve obtained his Bachelor of Science Degree in Police Science and Administration and his Master’s Degree in Public Administration. As Special Services Manager, supervised the Department’s extensive Crime Analysis, Crime Prevention, and Serious Habitual Offender Programs. Additionally, Mr. Gottlieb received a Commendation from the City for personally writing and securing over $1 million in state grant funds to develop and operate these law enforcement programs.
Steve regularly presents crime analysis courses for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Royal Canadian Mounted Police, California Department of Justice, and state and local law enforcement agencies throughout the United States and Canada. He has also served as a Crime Analysis Trainer for the California Governor’s Office of Criminal Justice Planning and as a member of its Career Criminal Apprehension Program Technical Advisory Committee. Steve developed a full, for-credit Crime Analysis curriculum for the University of California and California State University Systems—the first of its kind ever to be offered at any college or university in the United States.
Steve also served as a consultant to the California State Universities and the California Department of Justice to implement a formal certification program for crime and intelligence analysts.
Is It A Crime Pattern, a Crime Series, or a Crime Trend?
Quick Ways to Tell
How to Use the Criminal’s MO to Detect Crime Patterns and Series
How to Evaluate the Effectiveness of a Crime Analysis Unit
• Resistance to the Crime Analysis Program: Why It Occurs and How to Overcome It