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What We Do 

The Midwest Association of Crime and Intelligence Analysts (MACIA) is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that was founded in 2002.  Our mission is to support the understanding, prevention, and investigation of crime, as well as to advance the field of crime and intelligence analysis within public safety in the Midwest region. We accomplish this by providing training, networking, and professional development; facilitating information sharing; and advocating for the field of analysis and its practitioners.

Here are some of the things MACIA is engaged in:

Professional Development

  • Bi-Monthly Meetings
  • In-Person and Online Training 
  • Mentorship Program
  • Resource Library and Reference Guides

Info Sharing

  • Real-Time Information Sharing
  • Case Support
  • Crime Trend Collaboration

Advocacy and Position Development

  • Assistance with Job Description and Compensation/Benefit Development 
  • Consultation on Interview Questions or Participation on Interview Panels
  • Best Practices for Equipment/Training/Technology 
  • Letters of Support on Topics Relevant to Analytical Profession


  • Communications and Outreach
  • Conference Planning

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