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How to become a Crime Analyst

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Becoming a Crime Analyst

Crime analysts simply use statistical data and analysis to predict the trends that may occur in future crimes. This is obviously a prevention tool to help law enforcement with a more effective and efficient response rate with crimes before they happen.

Most future crime analysts will focus their studies in criminal justice. However, some major in psychology or information systems, as well as statistics or public administration.

A college degree is definitely a must and you will need at least a bachelors degree to start. You can check out the following top accredited universities to begin your career as a future crime analysts.

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