December 9, 2022 10:00 CST
This is a commentary presentation on Chapters 16 and 17 of the third edition of the IACA Book about effective analytical writing and products. This will not simply be a regurgitation of these chapters, but rather further discussion about the lessons given and how it relates to the "real world." Additional discussion about bias, perception, and understanding generational gap and gender differences will be provided along with tips and tricks on how to improve the product making process. This presentation will be especially beneficial to new analysts, but is intended for all skill levels.
Mindy is currently a Data Analyst IV for the State of Colorado, Division of Youth Services; prior to this, she worked as a Crime Analyst for the Metropolitan Auto Theft Task Force, representing the Lakewood (CO) Police Department, where she helped close multiple organized crimes cases. Mindy received her undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice from Cal State Fullerton along with a certificate in Crime and Intelligence Analysis, her graduate degree in Criminal Justice with an emphasis in Crime and Intelligence Analysis from Saint Joseph's University, and has over seven years of professional law enforcement analysis experience. Mindy is an active member of the IACA, volunteering on multiple committees, as well as the co-creator of the podcast show Analyst Talk with Jason Elder.
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