Considered an expert in her field, Rachel has proven success in influencing operational policing and the strategic direction of police and government organisations in safety and security.
Since graduating in 2000, Rachel has worked in both the public and private sectors, and spent ten years leading and developing two intelligence analysis units in the UK before focusing on the skills development of intelligence analysts. Rachel delivers a range of standard and bespoke courses aimed at analysts and managers of analysts from foundation analytical skills to specialist areas like tactical analysis for covert operations and social media analytics.
Rachel also advises clients on intelligence and analysis related matters including intelligence frameworks, structures, processes, analytical tools and techniques, recruitment, training needs and retention.
In January 2015, Rachel was appointed the International Development Coordinator for the International Association of Crime Analysts.
Rachel is a Lead Consultant for Top2% and is involved in the development of the business and undertaking a wide range of Analyst training courses.
Areas of Expertise
This one week course covers the critical requirements for collecting, recording, evaluating, sanitising and briefing information and intelligence, in particular the adoption of minimum standards and security of information.
This two week course, customised to your organisation’s unique needs, will recommend a clear framework for handling and acting upon intelligence using recognised examples of best practice.
This one week course teaches the fundamentals of intelligence analysis to those who manage or work with analysts.
This two week course provides analysts with the methods and thinking skills to become skilled intelligence analysts.
This two week course trains intelligence analysts in a safe but interactive learning environment to become skilled users of the primary intelligence analysis tools and any other tools associated with relevant technical equipment.
This intensive two week programme of practical and theoretical learning opportunities develops the thinking and analytical skills taught during Modern intelligence Analysis to enable analysts to understand how their analysis can inform covert intelligence operations, using the analyst tools (software) taught during Intelligence Analysis Tools.
This two week course teaches advanced strategic analytical techniques using the analyst tools (software) taught during Intelligence Analysis Tools, to inform strategic decisions on long-term threats and policies.
This intensive two week programme of practical and theoretical learning opportunities reveals the opportunities presented by the internet in intelligence operations and investigations.
This two week course provides analysts with the techniques to respond quickly and effectively to major incidents and to provide investigating officers with critical analytical support.
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