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Crime analysis is a key component of the effective functioning of the police and other law enforcement agencies, both at an operational and strategic level. Analysts examine the crime data collected to identify possible trends, relationships or links between different crimes in different locations, and then use the analysis to support law enforcement activities. The task of crime analysis is to deepen the understanding of crime at local, national and international levels. Analysis can also assist governments in optimising the use of human and financial resources.


Criminal analysis training provides the specialised theoretical foundation and practical skills necessary to successfully solve analytical problems. During the training, commercial IBM I2 Analyst’s Notebook, Maltego and other open source licensed (OSS) software is used for exercises.

For whom?

The training programme is aimed at law enforcement officers specialising in criminal investigation and analysis and those interested in developing a career in areas related to cyber security, terrorism and other public safety threats.


Marcin Meller, author of training courses, including the first OSINT training course in Poland, experienced trainer and consultant in various areas of intelligence and security. He lectured on the Strategic Business Intelligence course at Kozminski University. His solutions and specialised training courses have gained recognition among experts and represent a proven methodology for information acquisition and analysis. He has a rich history of working with major public and private sector companies.

Example modules
  1. Introduction to criminal analysis
  2. Evaluation of information sources
  3. Analysis of information sources
  4. Case studies
  5. Analysis and analytical processes (workshop)
    1. Linkage analysis
    2. Chronology of events
    3. Analysis of flows
    4. Call analysis
    5. Analysis of web activity
  6. Development of conclusions and presentation of results