International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts - Event Information
Webinar - Crime Reduction: Riley County Officer Accountability Playbook
How can agencies be more efficient during off peak hours? Riley County KS has developed a crime-reduction program to help patrol officers proactively utilize their down time between assigned calls for service. With the help of research partnerships with Kansas State University and George Mason University, the program reduces property and public disorder offenses through analysis of crime patterns and other variables which can be addressed effectually by patrol officers direction between service calls and at the same time giving them the autonomy to focus on their own areas of interest. Join Riley County Analyst, Bruce Blackman, to learn about the development of the Officer Accountability Playbook and how the results are helping this agency reduce crime.