Missing persons; Police decision making and problem solving; Police leadership; Information sharing; Knowledge management and technology

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SIN KIM

Biography:

Sin is a Detective with 18 years experience as a police officer in a variety of positions. Sin’s experiences include complex criminal investigations; acting as a subject matter expert and lead instructor at the police college; re-developing best practices; designing emergency management response strategies; and utilizing intelligence led policing.

 

He is currently interested in police decision making, knowledge management, design thinking, and using an evidence-based policing approach in order to develop best practices that will directly improve community safety. He is passionate about seeking out insights through meaningful data, and is currently researching missing persons as part of the CAN-SEBP Virtual Scholar Program.