The GeoTime Team is happy to announce our spring schedule for the GeoTime Regional Training Classes. This year, we have expended our classes to include a Level 2 class for advanced Call Records Analysis techniques, which picks up where the Level 1 classes finished off. Both classes are hands-on, focusing on real world techniques for call records analysis, including data pre-processing, import, analysis and reporting. Attendees who complete any of the classes will receive a certificate of attendance. This year we have expanded our list of cities where we will be offering classes and will continue to add new cities throughout the year. The GeoTime Regional Training classes will continue to be offered at no charge again this year.
Note: training classes are restricted to active law enforcement and military personnel only.
Current Class Schedule March 6+7: Los Angeles, CA Level 1 & 2 Classes Host agency: LA CLEAR
April 23+24: Toronto, ON, Canada Level 1 & 2 Classes Host agency: Oculus Info Inc.
April 29+30: Bellevue, WA Level 1 & 2 Classes Host agency: Bellevue Police Department
To register for any of the confirmed classes, please visit our events page.
If you are interested in hosting a future class, please contact Curtis Garton, GeoTime Product Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tentative Classes April: Oslo, Norway April: Vienna, Austria April: London, UK May: Atlanta, GA, USA May: New York, NY, USA May: Philadelphia, PA, USA
To be notified of confirmed dates for any of the tentative classes listed above, please email us at email@example.com and we will contact you as soon as the dates have been confirmed.
THE GEOTIME Call Records Analysis TRAINING CLASS ‐ LEVEL 1 Course Length: 3.5 hours
Call Detail Records (CDR) importing basics
Handling tower lists
Merging CDR records
Playing back call records over time
Recognizing patterns in the data
Identifying a homebase
Time based analysis
Hour of day
Day of week
Before and after event(s) of interest
Advanced CDR Import
Preprocessing AT&T V2 CDR .TXT file
Importing the data