The Peeping Tom is a particularly unsettling kind of predator. Often, they stalk and violate victims inside the comfort and safety of their own homes without them ever knowing. A peeper that decides to prey on innocent young girls is an extra layer of creep. This presentation will examine one such lowlife who thought he could get away with such nefarious activity in the City of Scottsdale. Through some good old-fashioned police work, and harnessing the power of Google data, one analyst was able to assist in putting this predator’s prowl to an end, providing investigators with even more damning evidence used to further exact justice.
The entire series will be reviewed from the initial discovery, investigation process, suspect identification, arrest, and interrogation. This course will highlight the use of mapping and analyzing specific user data from Google. In addition, we will review how to obtain this data from Google along with best practices when analyzing such data. This class will provide a fascinating case study, insight to working with Google data, and offer various tips and tricks for working a future peeping predator series.
Presented by Mike Winslow, Senior Police Analyst, Scottsdale P.D.
Mike Winslow, is a Senior Police Analyst for the Scottsdale (Arizona) Police Department. He brings over 12 years of experience including tactical, criminal, and strategic analysis from his work in Scottsdale, as well as the Phoenix Police Department. Formally educated in analysis, and a certified AZ POST Trainer, Mike quickly was recognized as a leader in his department (Chief’s Award of Excellence) rising to recognition as a state and regional leader as the former President of the Arizona Association of Crime Analysts (AACA). He has instructed training classes for Bair Analytics, AACA, IACA, Lexis Nexis, CAI, and was the Key Note Speaker for MACIA in 2019. Mike holds a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and Criminology from Arizona State University. He was awarded AACA Member of the Year in 2013 and has also won 1st place in the IACA’s Analytical Product Contest in 2010, 2011, and 2015.
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