Audio Interviews -Dr. Colleen McCue National Security Expert

During times of National Insecurity, I remembered and dug up an interview at SAS Data Mining 2009 in which Dr Colleen McCue talks of how working with SAS and Data Mining can help.


Interview Dr Colleen

Dr. Colleen McCue, President & CEO of MC2 Solutions, brings over 18 years of experience in advanced analytics and the development of actionable solutions to complex information processing problems in the applied public safety and national security environment. Dr. McCue’s areas of expertise include the application of data mining and predictive analytics to the analysis of crime and intelligence data, with particular emphasis on deployment strategies, surveillance detection, threat and vulnerability assessment and the behavioral analysis of violent crime. Her experience as the Crime Analysis Program Manager for the Richmond, Virginia Police Department and pioneering work in operationally relevant and actionable analytical strategies has been used to support a wide array of national security and public safety clients. Dr. McCue has authored a book on the use of advanced analytics in the applied public safety environment entitled, “Data Mining and Predictive Analysis: Intelligence Gathering and Crime Analysis.” Dr. McCue earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago and Doctorate in Psychology from Dartmouth College, and completed a five-year postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology at the Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University. Dr. McCue can be reached or 804.894.1154.

MC2 Solutions, LLC specializes in the provision of public safety and national security research, analysis and training.

Watch Colleen’s Webinar, Why Just Count Crime When You Can Prevent It?

Data Mining Presentation at M2009 by Dr Vincent Granville

Here is a Data Mining Presentation by Dr Vincent Granville at M 2009.

I could not see the presentation as I know him only through remote internet communication, but he did recommend me on LinkedIn and for my application for the University of Tennessee.

here is the presentation on the docs on Google DOCs


Hey Doc,
How’s Paris doing.


The download is also available here.


ppps- He is the same person whom I worked last winter as a research ass is tant and got paid 28 cents per 1000 rows for all the statisticians in the world – read more about that here

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