The Company We Keep

CTS is a proud supporter of the Law Enforcement Intelligence Units Foundation (LEIU). LEIU is an organization whose mission is providing leadership and promoting professionalism in the criminal intelligence community in order to protect public safety and constitutional rights.

LEIU was founded in 1956 and subsequently established criminal intelligence standards that are recognized by both law enforcement and civil libertarians as creating a proper balance between the needs of law enforcement and the constitutional privacy rights of individuals.

LEIU maintains a criminal intelligence clearinghouse that facilitates the timely exchange of confidential information among its 240 local, state, and federal member agencies.

Visallo helps investigators of all types produce more accurate, thorough, and timely analysis with a software platform to help them discover, visualize, and understand complex relationships hidden in massive amounts of data. Integrated with our Case Closed™ case management software, Visallo’s all-in-one suite of easy-to-use, web-based, visualization tools and machine learning data analysis algorithms augment the investigator’s hard-earned experience and intuition with data-driven insights that would be difficult, if not impossible, to discover otherwise.

Crime Tech Solutions, LLC works closely with the FMS Advanced Systems Group, a dedicated team focused on delivering practical solutions to the complex data problems facing the intelligence community. This division is chartered to design, develop, and deploy the next generation of analytical software.

The products, proudly distributed by CTS, let you find hidden relationships between people, places, and events with Link Analysis Charts, Social Network Analysis (SNA), Geospatial Mapping with Google Earth, timelines, decluttering, clique/cell analysis, and much more, such as telephone call data records analysis.

Crime Tech Solutions supports and works closely with the IACP Law Enforcement Information Management (LEIM) Section. LEIM provides law enforcement executives, IT managers, and technology specialists with a forum in which to share information, best practices and lessons learned regarding state-of-the-art law enforcement information management, communications and interoperability, technology standards, and information sharing, analysis and fusion.

The LEIM Section is comprised of over 700 chiefs and information technology professionals from agencies of all sizes, jurisdictions, and geographies. Every state in the US is represented, as are four Canadian provinces and 9 other nations, ranging from Austria to the Philippines.

In a fast-paced world where changes in technology are the norm, Crime Tech Solutions proudly partners with California based GeoSpatial Technologies® Inc. (GST). Through this partnership, both companies remain stable and innovative R&D powerhouses that develop location-based technologies. Through GST, Crime Tech Solutions delivers solutions incorporating advanced criminal intelligence that are compliant with federal regulations and an important component of intelligence-led policing.

CTS proudly sponsors and supports the International Association of Crime Analysts (IACA). IACA as formed in 1990 to help crime analysts around the world improve their skills and make valuable contacts, to help law enforcement agencies make the best use of crime analysis, and to advocate for standards of performance and technique within the profession itself. The group accomplishes these goals through training, networking, and publications..

Chartered in 1940, the National Sheriffs’ Association is a professional association dedicated to serving the Office of Sheriff and its affiliates through police education, police training, and general law enforcement information resources. NSA represents thousands of sheriffs, deputies and other law enforcement, public safety professionals, and concerned citizens nationwide.

Through the years, NSA has provided programs for Sheriffs, their deputies, chiefs of police, and others in the field of criminal justice to perform their jobs in the best possible manner and to better serve the people of their cities, counties or jurisdictions.