In this webinar Alex will talk about Texas Gang Laws and how they work to document and charge gang members.
Registration will be limited to active LES employees only. Non-members should make sure to provide contact information for vetting when registering.
K. Alex Schneider has over 13 years of crime analysis experience, specifically in police department gang units. She has extensive experience developing gang membership databases and providing intelligence for law enforcement. Her background and training in anthropology, sociology, and criminology provide a unique perspective on gang associations. She currently works with the Burleson Texas Police Department. Prior to her employment with BPD, she served as the Robbery/Gang Crime and Intelligence Analyst for the Arlington Texas Police Department. Before relocating to Texas, she worked as a gang analyst in Rochester, New York. In 2013, she received her certificate as an Expert Level Gang Specialist from the National Gang Crime Research Center. And in 2014, she became a Certified Law Enforcement Analyst. She was published in a June 2010 issue of Geography and Public Safety article titled "Using Geographic Analysis to Direct DDACTS Operations in Rochester". She has presented several times at the annual IACA Conference and the National Gang Crime Research Center.
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