An Academic Consortium led by George Mason University

Pursuing Multidisciplinary Research to Advance Criminal Investigations and Network Analysis

Bridging Disciplines to Pursue Breakthroughs

The Criminal Investigations and Network Analysis Center (CINA), is a multidisciplinary academic consortium led by George Mason University that pursues innovative strategies and solutions to advance criminal network analysis, forensics, and investigative processes. CINA researchers are developing tools and technologies, as well as innovative educational and training solutions to advance our nation’s abilities to counter transnational criminal activities. CINA is a DHS Center of Excellence, and is sponsored by the Science and Technology Directorate’s Office of University Programs.

Research

Research focuses on four primary areas.

Education and Training

The CINA Center is pursuing three types of workforce and professional development.

Publications

CINA Academic, Reports, and Newsletters
George Mason University's New President Talks About Priorities ⁦@GMUPres#MasonNation via ⁦@nbcwashingtonhttps://t.co/eXqqLjuquf
July 8th
Op-Ed from CLS prof David Weisburd and colleague Tal Jonathan-Zamir discusses two goals of policing: fighting crime… https://t.co/epC5hiOHrC
July 7th
Very proud of new study with @ArielLRoddy on #darkweb #violence #hitmen providers and their #price for services Rea… https://t.co/CGVAFBesfx
July 6th