Massachusetts Association of Crime Analysts (MACA)
P.O. Box 6123

Chelsea, MA 02150

New England Crime Analysis & Intelligence Conference

  • 05/09/2022
  • 10:00 AM
  • 05/13/2022
  • 12:00 PM
  • Hotel 1620, Plymouth, MA


  • MACA Membership Pricing Available for current members in good standing with paid 2020 dues.
  • MACA Membership Pricing Available for active members in good standing with current paid dues.
    Early bird registration must be paid in full by 3/1/2022, or additional $25 fee will be added to invoice.
  • Early Bird registration must be paid in full by 2/1/2022, or additional $25 fee will be added to invoice.
  • For every three paid registrations from the same agency, the registration fee for the fourth attendee will be waived.
  • Tuition is waived for one speaker per accepted presentation. Upon acceptance of your presentation, you will receive a registration code enabling free registration.
  • Student rate is available for full-time students in an undergraduate or graduate program who are not employed by a public safety agency.

    Proof of current course load required.
  • For approved attendees from a UASI-agency who are current MACA members.
  • For approved attendees from UASI agencies who are not current MACA members.

The Massachusetts Association of Crime Analysts has hosted an annual training conference for 23 years, gathering analysts, officers and command staff from across New England and throughout the country for five days of world class training. We have subject matter experts teaching breakout sessions and national leaders in policing giving the keynote addresses.

This year, we are looking forward to returning to in-person training after canceling 2020 and 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

We are excited that our conference is moving to a new venue in historic downtown Plymouth, Massachusetts.  We are also thrilled to partner with NESPIN this year, bringing their top notch training and technical assistance to our attendees.

A preliminary agenda has been added to our website! 

Keynote speakers include a full morning by Mr. Gordon Graham, a national law enforcement expert, Dr. Laura Huey, Director of the Canadian Society of Evidence Based Policing, Tom Meehan, Chief Security Information Officer and a Cybersecurity Expert, and Chief Robert Tracy of the Wilmington, DE Police Department.

Breakout sessions include: Open Source Tools for Investigations by the Boston Field Office, FBI, Crime Mapping, Internet Safety, Organized Retail Crime, Patrol Staffing Analysis, Crash Data Analysis, Criminal Profiling, CopLink and More!

We invite you to join us!

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