AboutCRIMINT Analysis, LLC
CRIMINT Analysis was originally founded in 1996 as a company providing Criminal Intelligence Analysis (CRIMINT) training support to law enforcement officers and analysts. Now, CRIMINT is truly unique in this industry, combining private investigations with decades of Criminal Intelligence Analysis expertise.
Billy Crawford, CRIMINT Analysis founder, is a 20-year US Army veteran who retired as a Chief Warrant Officer in the Military Intelligence field. Mr. Crawford is a licensed private investigator certified through the North Carolina Private Protective Services Board (PPSB) and a member of the North Carolina Association of Private Investigators (NCAPI).
Mr. Crawford has extensive experience in the fields of Criminal Intelligence Analysis and Crime Analysis. Much of his work has been in support of federal, state and local law enforcement agencies in the United States and counter-drug task forces operating in Central and South America.
Mr. Crawford has also provided Criminal Intelligence Analysis training to law enforcement agencies, Department of Defense personnel, and contractors worldwide. He has worked as an adjunct instructor of Criminal Intelligence Analysis Techniques at the North Carolina Justice Academy, and in the North Carolina Community College Systems Continuing Education program teaching law enforcement officers and crime analysts.
More recently, Mr. Crawford worked over seven years as an Irregular Warfare Analyst and Analytical Team Lead for a company providing analytical support to Department of Defense personnel fighting the Global War on Terrorism, resulting in multiple overseas deployments to hostile fire areas.
Mr. Crawford has recently provided analytical products and support to US Government agencies; law firms; large, publicly traded corporations; and private companies. Recent case types include:
- Patterns of life on subjects believed to be involved in criminal activities, including those in subversive groups;
- Foreign and domestic asset identification and tracking;
- Business intelligence; and
- Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) violations.