Suggested Reading

Building a Crime Analysis Legacy:
A law enforcement supervisor’s roadmap to building long-lasting, high-quality analytical capacity.

Dawn Reeby’s book, Building a Crime Analysis Legacy, provides a comprehensive guide for all levels of the public safety professions to realize the importance of optimizing the crime analysis function. Bringing her decades of experience implementing public safety crime analysis across diverse agencies, Dawn skillfully distills the essence of this important discipline into its essential elements. She provides clear pathways for creating and maturing effective crime analysis capabilities in any size agency or consortium of agencies. Replete with case studies, resource links, models, and samples, Building a Crime Analysis Legacyis the best guide for creating, sustaining, and maximizing this critical capability in modern police service. The timing for Dawn’s latest book, reflecting her passion for data driven police professionalism, could not be more important as we move well into the third decade of the 21st century.

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The Hate Next Door

The changing face of hate is on your doorstep…

Matt Browning, an undercover detective in Arizona, thought he knew what hate looked like; that is, until he got a front row seat to White supremacy. What followed was a career of hardship and danger, and what he uncovered can no longer go left untold.

For more than twenty-five years, Browning has been infiltrating, documenting, and disrupting white supremacy movements from the inside, gaining an intimate vantage point to the KKK, skinheads, border militias, Proud Boys, and other White Power groups, as they organized and grew, their ranks alarmingly including police force and military veterans. Together with his intrepid wife, Tawni, he adopted fake IDs and ideologies, seeking the arrest of its participants―none more so than J.T. Ready, a neo-Nazi who took "hunting trips" for border migrants while gaining mainstream acceptance as a political candidate―and terrorizing Browning's family. What others dismissed as fringe groups, Browning quickly recognized as large and interconnecting organizations permeating into every facet of American society, effectively spreading their dangerous and repugnant rhetoric at unprecedented speeds. Today, after the violent storming of the Capitol on January 6th, the threat posed by these toxic organizations can no longer be ignored by the public at large.

Available on Amazon. Make sure to visit Matt and Tawni Browning's Website:

Open Source Intelligence Techniques: Resources for Searching and Analyzing Online Information

Michael Bazzell investigated computer crimes on behalf of the government for over 20 years. During the majority of that time, he was assigned to the FBI’s Cyber Crimes Task Force where he focused on various online investigations and open source intelligence (OSINT) collection. As an investigator and sworn federal officer through the U.S. Marshals Service, he was involved in numerous major criminal investigations including online child solicitation, child abduction, kidnapping, cold-case homicide, terrorist threats, and advanced computer intrusions. He has trained thousands of individuals in the use of his investigative techniques and privacy control strategies.

After leaving government work, he served as the technical advisor for the first season of the television hacker drama Mr. Robot. His books Open Source Intelligence Techniques and Extreme Privacy are used by several government agencies as training manuals for intelligence gathering and privacy hardening. He now hosts the weekly Privacy, Security, and OSINT Show, and assists individual clients in achieving ultimate privacy, both proactively and as a response to an undesired situation.

Available on Amazon.

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