Tactical Crime Analysis Report
Tactical crime analysis involves repeat incidents that include common criminal incidents. The incidents may take place within hours, days, or weeks. Identifying places where a repeat incident has occurred is one way to focus crime reduction on short-term disorder and interpersonal criminal activity. This assignment requires you to complete a tactical crime analysis report using reports from Fort Pierce Police Department. The reports provide detailed information about completed crimes within Fort Pierce. You will construct a complete analysis of the information and identify patterns of crimes that are related.
Based on your review of the reports from the Fort Pierce Police Department, write the tactical crime analysis report in which you do the following:
- Evaluate the background of the crime reports that were reviewed in the unit study.
- Describe the characteristics that were collected from incidents including:
- Modus operandi.
- Persons involved in the crime.
- Vehicle involved in the crime.
- Construct pattern identifications. These patterns link crimes by type, modus operandi, person, and vehicle characteristics.
- Create stratified policing techniques in preventing and controlling crime. These techniques will include methods to educate and involve community members and other stakeholders.
- Integrate crime analysis with a discussion of how community relationships can contribute to the enhancement of criminal justice operations.
Your report should meet the following requirements:
- Length: At least eight double-spaced pages (excluding the cover page and references list). Include page numbers, headings, and running header, headings.
- Number of resources: At least three current, scholarly, and peer-reviewed resources, formatted as per current APA guidelines.
- Formatting: Use correct APA style and formatting, paying particular attention to citations and references.
- Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.