The Burlington Police Department, in conjunction with MACA, is hosting a Microsoft Access Training class for Law Enforcement Personnel on June 26th from 8:00Am to 4:00PM. Officer Jim Tigges will go over how to create a database, queries, and other useful tips and tricks for Analysts. This training opportunity will be geared towards beginners to intermediate users of the software, or for those looking for a refresher course. This will also be a good prequel to the generous courses being offered by The Cambridge Police Department (information below). The course will be located on the second floor classroom at the Burlington Police Department, 45 Center St Burlington MA 01803. Please RSVP by June 19 2013 to firstname.lastname@example.org as space is limited!
The Cambridge Police Department is pleased to be able to offer several crime analysis training opportunities this summer. Approximately 10-15 seats are available at no cost for the following week-long classes:
• Crime Problem Analysis: 10 June 2013 – 14 June 2013
• Intermediate / Advanced Crime Mapping with ArcGIS: 8 July 2013 – 12 July 2013
• Data Storage, Manipulation, and Analysis with Microsoft Access: 26 August 2013 – 30 August 2013
Please see the attached brochure [Below] for more details on each class. All training will be held at Cambridge Police Department Headquarters and will run from 8am – 4pm. If you are interested in attending or have questions please send an email to: CrimeAnalysis@CambridgePolice.org. If there are more people interested than we have seats for, preference will be given to regional crime analysts on a first-come, first-served basis. We will confirm registration several weeks prior to the class – or on May 31 for the June 10 class.