Sponsored Content—Webinar: Confessions of a Former Crime Analyst

If you were to spend a week or two watching crime dramas on TV, you’d probably get the impression that being a crime analyst is a pretty glamorous job. Only minutes after a crime has been reported, it’s the analyst who spends less than 10 seconds tapping away at his or her keyboard before offering a series of brilliant insights into what probably happened, what kind of person the perpetrator is most likely to be, and what needs to happen next to solve the case.