Posts Tagged 'law enforcement'

Tips for adversarial analytics

I put togethers this compendium of thngs that are useful to know for those starting out in analytics for policing, signals intelligence, counterterrorism, anti-money-laundering, cybersecurity, and customs; and which might be useful to those using analytics when organisational priorities come into conflict with customers (as they almost always do).

Most of the content is either tucked away in academic publications, not publishable by itself, or common knowledge among practitioners but not written down.

I hope you find it helpful (pdf):  Tips for Adversarial Analytics

Knowledge Discovery for Counterterrorism and Law Enforcement

My new book, Knowledge Discovery for Counterterrorism and Law Enforcement, is out. You can buy a copy from:

The publisher’s website


(Despite what these pages say, the book is available or will be within a day or two.)

As the holiday season approaches, perhaps you have a relative who’s in law enforcement, or intelligence, or security? What could be better than a book! Or maybe you’d like to buy one for yourself.

(A portion of the price of this book goes to support deserving university faculty.)