Map with CSAS v2

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Accurate, clear, and understandable mapping is essential when using geographical evidence in operational policing environments.

This course has been designed to improve map presentation skills by providing a thorough understanding of the theory and practice of using the CSAS mapping module to display geographic elements of an investigation with an emphasis on producing an impactful representation of the geographic evidence. Instruction is given on overlaying different sources of geographic data, the use of graphics, iconography, content, labelling and map arrangements. The theory is interweaved within a scenario-based exercise to cement the key learning points.

This course has been developed and is delivered by former Intelligence Analysts who have prepared printed and digital animated maps for Crown Courts and international courts, for cases involving serious and organised crime such as terrorism, significant importations of commodity and murder.

FSR Requirements: The content of this course is designed to support the technical knowledge and competence requirements specified for cell site analysis for geo-location as per Section 83 and 110 of the Forensic Science Regulator (FSR) Code of Practice.


Highly recommended
• CDR Processing and Interpretation FA215 and
• Next Generation Comms Data Analysis FA217 and
• Interpreting GPRS Billing Workshop FA237 or
• Equivalent experience of CDR processing, interpretation and analysis is desirable.
• CSAS v2 for Investigators and Analysts or
• Equivalent experience of using the basic functionalities of CSAS v2 is desirable.

Note: Completion of this course will be very challenging without the above pre-requisites and is likely to undermine your investment as the training and capability outcome is likely to be diminished.

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