Crime Analyst for a Police Service in Saskatchewan Canada
Director of Operations, The Canadian Society of Evidence-Based Policing
John Ng has been a full-time crime analyst with a Canadian police agency since 2010. His work began in their Planning and Research/CompStat Unit and was subsequently hired as their inaugural Patrol (Crime) Analyst in November 2011. John has been an active member of the Canadian Society of Evidence-Based Policing for the past two years. He previously led the Analyst Series Team as part of their Community Engagement Team’s presence on Twitter. He’s currently their Director of Operations. He’s also been involved with the International Association of Crime Analysts (IACA) since 2010 and has contributed to authoring 4 technical white papers on analytical methods including one on prioritizing offenders. He is currently the Chair of their Publications Committee. He’s presented at IACA and EBP conferences and has been interviewed on webcasts and podcasts on the role of crime analysts in evidence-based policing. John is a certified law enforcement analyst with the IACA and was also selected in 2019 to be an IACP/NIJ LEADS scholar as one of the first two analysts to have this scholarship and the first in Canada. He successfully completed an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Toronto and a Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia , PA. Outside of work, he’s a father of twins & a husband.