Congratulations on your decision to seek the professional title of Certified Crime and Intelligence Analyst through your participation in the Certificate in Crime and Intelligence Analysis Program offered by the California Department of Justice in cooperation with the California State University and University of California Systems. Upon your successful completion of the program you will join an elite group of over 1200 people in federal, state, provincial, municipal, and military law enforcement agencies from throughout the United States, Canada and Europe who now hold that credential.
This prestigious credential is based on DEMONSTRATED performance. It is for this reason that you are required to complete the enclosed materials. Agency administrators know that when they hired a California Department of Justice Certified Crime Analyst that they are hiring someone who has truly demonstrated their ability to perform successfully on the job.
As such, we ask that you NOT share these materials with anyone else, and that you NOT give anyone else the link to this download site. What separates you from other people is that YOU have expended the time, effort and money to enhance YOUR skills. It would not be fair to you, nor to the over 1300 graduates of this program, to simply give these materials to other people who would want to use YOUR work and our materials to represent themselves as having skills they do not truly possess. Were that to occur, and were they unable to perform competently in a work environment, it would diminish the status of the Certificate and thus devalue its worth to you and the others who have obtained their professional credentials by honorable means.
Remember the old adage: Integrity Cannot be Stolen. It Can Only be Given Away
Please be true to yourself, your profession, and the people who are counting on you to maintain the highest level of ethics in your pursuit of your Certificate in Crime and Intelligence Analysis credential. We therefore ask that you adopt the phrase that has become the slogan of the other graduates of the program, and that is: BE FAIR–DON’T SHARE!
Best wishes for much success!