Honours Bachelor of Crime and Intelligence Analysis
Program Learning Outcomes
As a graduate, you will be prepared to reliably demonstrate the ability to:
- Discuss the ways in which crime and intelligence analysis principles influence tactical and strategic decision making to support public safety.
- Articulate the ways in which information and/or intelligence may be exchanged to encourage coordination between public safety and law enforcement agencies.
- Choose appropriate intelligence collection, processing, and dissemination mechanisms to support public safety operations at strategic, tactical, and operational levels.
- Analyze crime and intelligence data using a variety of tools/methodologies to support law enforcement institutions in their preventive, detective, and administrative functions.
- Apply analytical techniques and criminological theories to discover and interpret temporal and spatial crime patterns.
- Recommend appropriate policing models to control complex criminal and/or non-criminal situations.
- Use current theory and research to make and support recommendations for crime reduction.
- Design crime reduction strategies to support public safety.
- Create intelligence and crime analysis reports, documents/products to disseminate data and inform decision making at operational, tactical, and strategic
- Model ethical and professional standards in order to comply with legal and regulatory requirements, and industry expectations.
- Analyze organizational and operational mandates of public safety and law enforcement agencies to inform crime and intelligence gathering and propose public safety practices and solutions.
- Apply critical thinking, problem- solving, and communication skills to support analytical assessments, make professional judgments, and manage interpersonal relationships.