FLORIDA CRIME AND INTELLIGENCE ANALYST ASSOCIATION

The Florida Crime and Intelligence Analyst Association was founded in May of 1995 as a professional association. It began in a training class taught by Steve Gottlieb in Vero Beach, Florida!  Read More »

WEBSITE CHANGES

WEBSITE WILL BE GOING THROUGH SOME CHANGES BETWEEN DECEMBER 2, 2016 THROUGH DECEMBER 11, 2016.

We are sorry for any inconveniences that this may cause. Our credit cards services will be down. Should you need to update your membership during this time frame, please contact VP-Membership and Rhea Gerstenkorn will assist you.

Should you like to register for the January 2017 Winter Quarter Training, please contact VP-Training and Erica McKinnon will assist you.

Thank you for your support and patience during this upgrade.

Sincerely,

Kim Poole, President

2016 Election nominations and results

October 2, 2016

2016 Election Nominations

The deadline for submissions was Friday, September 30th. We received nominations/submissions from two of our members, each one seeking a different office. Congratulations to Erica McKinnon and Lisa Henley! Both ladies ran unopposed and won by acclamation. Erica Erica will be VP of Training and Lisa will be Treasurer. They will take office on January 1, 2017. Please view their bios to see what their plans and goals are for their two years on the FCIAA Board.  

FCIAA Nomination_Erica McKinnon.pdf

FCIAA Nomination_Lisa Henley.pdf  Henley_Professional_Photo.jpg


FCIAA 2016 Membership Training Needs

Hello members,

FCIAA is interested in your training needs.  Please take a moment to complete this ten question survey.  Your input will enable FCIAA to better address your training needs.  Thank you for your input. Please select the FCIAA Membership Training Needs Survey link.

Metre Lewis

Vice President of Training, FCIAA.

One of our own recognized for Women's History month

CONGRATULATIONS to Metre Lewis for being presented with a certificate of honor for Women's History Month.

The Kissimmee Board of City Commissioners recognized eight women (including Metre) at their March 16, 2016 meeting. Vice Mayor Wanda Rentas stated “The women from our past paved the way for the women of today and the legacy must carry on for the women of our future”.

Congrats, Metre!!

 

 

  


A Message from the FCIAA President

I would like to personally welcome you to the Florida Crime and Intelligence Analyst Associations (FCIAA) web page. There are exciting times ahead for FCIAA.

The NEW Board of Directors have been meeting on a monthly basis since January. We, the Board, are very excited about our new positions and the direction the organization is headed. We are making great strides at our training agenda and are scheduling our Quarterly Training Session now. If you would like to host a Quarterly Training Session, please contact VPTraining@fciaa.org.  I, and the Board, strongly believe this organization needs to get back to some of its roots, which were based on providing training for our members. We hope to give you more “bang for your buck” so to speak.

FCIAA is working to help shape our profession. Technology changes but our analytical foundations do not. We, the analyst, need to get involved and offer solutions to help solve our crimes. When we act the decision makers take notice.  

Should you have any other questions, concerns or suggestions, my email is always open!

 Sincerely,

Kim Poole

Check out our Programs

Training & Coaching
We offer an assortment of training and coaching opportunities that support our law enforcement and crime analysis community. Please check out our Training and Coaching area for additional information.
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Information Exchange
Information exchange and collaboration are key ingredients in helping Crime Analyst perform their duties. Please visit our Information Exchange area for additional information.
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Resources
There are a number of resources available both on-line and off-line to support your intelligence and crime analysis operations. Please visit our resource area for additional information.
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Our Goals & Objectives

"The mission the Florida Crime and Intelligence Analyst Association, Inc.(FCIAA) is to promote the exchange of information and ideas, to promote the highest level of ethics and professionalism, and to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of crime and intelligence analysts in the state of Florida ."  

Looking for Volunteers

The FCIAA is currently recruiting for volunteers to serve on our committees. We are looking for motivated members that are willing to donate a couple hours a month. If you are interested, please contact the VP of Membership.

New FCIAA Members

New Members, If you are interested in becoming a new FCIAA member, please submit an online Membership Application by clicking Membership Registration. You will receive an immediate confirmation via email that your application has been received and is being reviewed for acceptance.

We look forward to hearing from you. VP Membership, FCIAA