Consultant Spotlight – Stewart Bruce of Washington College Presents to Camden County and the New Jersey State Police

NTTAC provider Stewart Bruce of Washington College recently presented to Camden County and the New Jersey State Police on information sharing platforms to increase data sharing between police and probation. Mr. Bruce is part of NTTAC’s Crime Analysis on Demand team that provides free customized training and technical assistance (TTA) to localities looking for innovative information sharing and analytical solutions.

Mr. Bruce is the Assistant Director of the Center for Environment and Society and serves as the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Program Coordinator at Washington College in Chestertown, MD. He also manages numerous GIS projects with state agencies and local municipal organizations, including the Maryland Crime Mapping and Analysis Program and Maryland Offender Management System, where he provides GIS expertise to help analyze public safety threats and improve criminal justice strategies.

For more information on NTTAC’s Crime Analysis on Demand program, view this flyer or read “How Can Crime Analysis Help Police Reduce Crime?” on TTA Today, NTTAC’s official blog. BJA NTTAC has a training and technical assistance (TTA) initiative focused on Crime Analysis on Demand and is offering TTA resources that will help police department leaders assess their needs related to crime analysis. If you know a police agency that would benefit from TTA or if you are a police agency with a critical need, complete the online TTA request form.

Stewart Bruce of Washington College at speaker's podium