IALEP – How to Leverage Data in Patrol Staffing Analysis – May 2021

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How to Leverage Data in Patrol Staffing Analysis

Time: May 4th, 2021 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join the IALEP Board and Lori Frank from Corona Solutions as we talk about leveraging Data in Patrol Staffing on May 4, Noon Eastern! This webinar is free and open to anyone! Feel free to share with others who are curious about patrol allocation.

“How Many Patrol Officers Do You Need?” This question is often asked by law enforcement agencies. Before this question can be answered, we should ask, ”to do what, exactly?” What is your agency trying to accomplish? Are there issues that can be remedied with the current number of officers? Is there an annexation in the near future that will have an impact on the expected workload? Do officers feel like they are running call to call? Do you have specific response time goals? Are there concerns about declining officer availability and safety due to budget constraints or attrition?

After it is determined what is important, it is necessary to measure the level of service you’re currently providing and then determine specific operational goals for improvement. The first step in the process is to create a picture of the historical patrol workload. What activities consume a patrol officer’s time? How much of their time is obligated compared to unobligated? This workshop establishes defensible, data-driven metrics to use when evaluating patrol workload, why those metrics are important, and how to best measure them.

We’ll explore how these metrics expose when pain points occur, how to help alleviate them, and measure the progress towards your operational goals? We’ll examine how schedule and allocation play a pivotal role in staffing and the likelihood of achieving your goals.

Lori Frank
Director of Research and Analysis
Corona Solutions
Lori spent 26 years in law enforcement as a crime analyst for two different police agencies. During her tenure, she was responsible for conducting and managing all facets of crime analysis to include tactical, strategic, administrative, operational, and intelligence analysis.
In her current role with Corona Solutions, Lori examines, audits, and analyzes data regarding patrol performance and authors Periodic Patrol Workload Analysis reports, aiding law enforcement agencies in their quest for efficient and effective operations.
For more than 10 years, Lori served on the executive board of the Colorado Crime Analysis Association (CCAA) in the capacity of President, Vice President, and Secretary. She served 6 years on the executive board of the International Association of Crime Analysts (IACA) as Vice President of Administration and Treasurer. Lori is also a member of the International Association of Law Enforcement Planners and the American Society for Evidence-Based Policing. She is a guest lecturer at Colorado State University in the fields of Criminal Investigations, Criminology, and Law Enforcement. Lori developed the curriculum for, and taught, the inaugural Crime Analysis class at the University of Northern Colorado, and is an Adjunct Instructor at Front Range Community College in their POST Academy teaching Problem Solving, Crime Prevention, and Crime Analysis. Lori is an Advanced Certified Law Enforcement Planner and a POST Certified trainer.

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