Criminal Investigative Analysis
"Criminal Investigative Analysis" (CIA). CIA is a process of reviewing crimes from both a behavioral and investigative perspective. Crimes reviewed would include, Crimes Against Children (Child Abductions), Crimes Against Adults, Communicated Threats, Corruption and Bombing and Arson investigations. The ultimate goal is to assist with narrowing the focus of the investigation and identify a subject.
Special Agent (SA) Dirk Tarpley serves as the divisional coordinator for the FBI's National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime (NCAVC)-Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU). As the NCAVC Coordinator, SA Tarpley works closely with law enforcement (local and federal) to provide investigative support to complex and time-sensitive crimes, typically involving acts or threats of violence. SA Tarpley acts as a reference for BAU's assistance to law enforcement agencies through the process of "Criminal Investigative Analysis"
Dirk D. Tarpley has been a SA with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for 24 years, having worked in the Little Rock and Kansas City Divisions. SA Tarpley is assigned to the Kansas City Division-Violent Crimes Squad which is responsible for investigations involving; Bank Robbery, Extortion, Assaults on Federal Officers, child abductions and Kidnapping.
Address: PO Box 410043, Kansas City, MO, 64141-0043
Phone: +1 (816) 983-6825