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Closing Intelligence Gaps

Whether you're a law enforcement agency or financial institution, understanding the intelligence cycle and the role your analysts should play is a crucial step that can save you time during an investigation. Large data analytics continues to evolve and more and more tools are available for analysts which can aid them in filling in the intelligence gaps.  We can help you understand the intelligence cycle and how to make your analysts force multipliers. From Real-Time Crime Centers to Real Time-Intelligence Centers to fraud and money laundering investigations in Financial Institutions, we are here to provide you the framework to succeed!

Real-Time Intelligence Centers

As law enforcement agencies look to switch to a Intelligence Led Policing (ILP) model, understanding the intelligence cycle and how to connect data sources into one visualization  platform is becoming more important to effectively manage the process. Let us provide you a framework to make your crime analysts a force multiplier.

Financial Institutions

Financial institutions are at the forefront of identifying fraud, human trafficking, and drug trafficking. What does it take to bring these individuals to justice? Is your financial institution providing law enforcement with everything they need to bring these individuals to justice? You're fighting the good fight, but can you fight it more effectively?  

What We Do?

Total Intelligence Group is a veteran owned and operated company that provides intelligence solutions to Real-Time Intelligence & Real-Time Crime Centers. Solution offerings close the gaps in the intelligence cycle by tying the collection, analysis, and dissemination phases into one visualization platform, i2 Analyst’s Notebook, allowing for increased data sharing and decreased time required by analysts to complete an investigation. The customized request for information (RFI) dashboard helps to manage information requests and allows for request tracking and auditing, output development & dissemination, and two-way communication between analysts and their agency to easily increase the flow and categorization of provided intelligence.  

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