Episode 00005

Release Date: June 1, 2020

Description: For newer analysts, it may be hard to imagine that the International Association of Crime Analysts (IACA) didn’t always exist. Many of you have come here from the IACA, met friends through it, and if you’re the only analyst in a 100-mile radius, this may be the only source of like-minded people you have. In this episode, we interview Mark Stallo, one of the founding members of the IACA and early advocate for crime analysis. Mark shares his experience with crime analysis from the sworn perspective and how the field has changed over the years since he first promoted it. This episode is the epitome of our show’s motivation – to document law enforcement analysis history and give voice to the brilliant minds who helped create the field as we know it today. Mark is a retired Lieutenant with the Dallas Police Department.

Names Dropped: John Simmons, Donna Ames, Dave Rogers, Gregory Jackson, Stephan Rothstein, Dale Harris, Jim Mallard, Christopher Bruce

Public Service Announcements:   Tony Berger, Samantha Gwinn

Related Links: https://iaca.net/ ; 2020 Plotter Specs:  www.shorturl.at/ayEI7 ; 1993 Plotter Specs:  www.shorturl.at/amrxI ; 2020 Desktop Specs:  www.shorturl.at/nrK14 ; 1995 Desktop Specs:  www.shorturl.at/nrOUY

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-stallo-ph-d-36082622/

SEO Keywords: History, IACA, 1980s, Timeline, September 11th, Innovation, Visionary

Podcast Writer:  Mindy Duong

Theme Song:  Written and Recorded by The Rough & Tumble.  Find more of their music at www.theroughandtumble.com.

Logo:  Designed by Kyle McMullen.  Please visit www.moderntype.com for any printable business forms and planners. 

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