In today’s world, it’s very easy for business to get lost or overwhelmed by the amount of data available. Knowing what to measure and how the outcomes can transform your organization into an efficient, informed data-driven organization is what we do. We support our clients every step of the way to achieving their goals with a holistic approach, providing a total solution for their organization. Let us help you shape your organization and make informed changes through the use of strategic development and analysis.
Our team, advisors, and partners align with our approaches – cross-systems experience and solution-oriented perspectives.
Neil applies his expertise in information security, crime analysis and policing to develop initial research and monitoring plans for IDEA clients. His integration of project management and research methods allow for the comprehensive planning and development of client solutions. Neil employs qualitative and quantitative research designs which include data collection from surveys, focus group facilitation, individual interviews and administrative data sets. Before joining IDEA, Neil has supported crime reduction initiatives for local, state and federal law enforcement via BJA National Public Safety Partnership (PSP) and Office of Justice Program’s Diagnostic Center, in addition to civilian intelligence analyst support for the Department of Justice. Neil has also supported national security systems with training and network administration for the Department of Defense and Defense Information Systems Agency. Neil holds a bachelor’s in criminal justice from University of Dayton, is an active member of the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA), and holds several professional certifications in risk terrain modeling, organized crime drug enforcement, CompTIA Security +CE, Certified Ethical Hacking and McAfee Host Based Security System Management.
Alex exercises leadership and comprehensive research methods to support local agencies working on juvenile justice reform and education/school safety protocols. Her combination of psychology and criminal justice research backgrounds provide unique perspectives to guide solutions for organizations on victimization, youth aggression and peer disorder. She holds a bachelor’s in criminology and psychology and a master’s in psychology from the University of South Florida. She is a lifetime member of USF’s prestigious leadership group The Order of the Golden Brahman.