Posts Tagged ‘law enforcement’

On December 2, 2015, a married couple carried out a terrorist attack on a group of San Bernardino County employees gathered in a rented banquet room.  The attack left 14 people dead and 22 seriously injured.  Following the attack, the couple was pursued by law enforcement and killed after a five-minute gun battle. At the […]

Stan and Earl are joined by Quinn Gooden, a former Baltimore City law enforcement officer and intelligence analyst.  Quinn discusses his experiences in law enforcement, and the challenges he faced as the City established an intelligence repository to support an intelligence-led policing model.    

Build a firm foundation for link analysis by correctly structuring and importing entities into IBM i2 Analyst’s Notebook.  Click Here to download Quinn’s data set (if you want to play along/replicate the demo).  

In the mid to late 2000’s, anti money laundering (AML) efforts were focused on illicit drugs and identifying those responsible for distributing those drugs. The investigations involved chasing the money and seizing the assets which would presumably halt the distribution network. Fast forward to 2010:  drugs were certainly significant in the movement and laundering of […]