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Updated: 06/20/2013 08:01:45AM

HCSO Crime Analyst receives state certification

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Pictured, left to right, are Tish Jocelyn, Director of the FDLE Analyst Academy; HCSO Crime Analyst Pam Barlaug; and Katie Murphy, Assistant Director of the Analyst Academy.

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Highlands County Sheriff’s Office Crime Analyst Pam Barlaug attained the title of Florida Law Enforcement Analyst last week, having completed a six weeks of instruction over a period of six months.

According to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement website, FDLE developed the first analyst academy of its kind in the nation in 2003. The long term goal of the academy is to establish and provide uniform training in the area of law enforcement analysis and to set a foundation for a professional career path in criminal and intelligence analysis and investigations for non-sworn personnel in law enforcement, the website says. The curriculum of this academy includes studies in crime analysis, intelligence analysis, investigative analysis and management and statistical analysis.

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