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Crime can be predicted - Predictive Policing is here!

<b>“Did you ever wonder how they can discover so much about a criminal’s mind/crime through just data?”</b><p>Analytics is the discovery of meaningful insights …

LAPD embraces 'predictive policing'

By Greg Risling<br>Associated Press<p>LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles police are aiming to beat suspects to the scene of a crime by using computers to predict …

Predictive Policing

On this page find:<p>Overview of Predictive Policing<p>Law enforcement work is frequently reactive: Officers respond to calls for service, quell …

Minority Report? 5 Ways Predictive Policing is Already Here

“Mr. Marks, by mandate of the District of Columbia Pre-Crime Division, I’m placing you under arrest for the future murder of Sarah Marks.”<p>So states …

Police embracing tech that predicts crimes

For something that predicts the future, the software is deceptively simple looking.<p>A map of a city is marked up with small red squares, each indicating a 500-by-500-foot zone where crimes are likely to take place next. A heat-map mode shows even more precisely where cars may be stolen, houses …

Twitter, mobility, analytics and biometrics will make police better - Investigating Outsourcing

Social media has caught the attention of every sector of the UK economy with public sector organisations no exception. Accenture’s head of police …

Police Push the Limits of Big Data Technology

Big data is changing the way business is done across industries, from financial services and banking to retail and mining. As data analytic …

IBM Government Industry Blog - Insights on Business

Have you noticed that tolling solutions are not evolving? Once a tolling solution is put into an operation, it is hardly improved during the …

Predicting crime, LAPD-style

The Los Angeles Police Department, like many urban police forces today, is both heavily armed and thoroughly computerised. The Real-Time Analysis and Critical Response Division in downtown LA is its central processor. Rows of crime analysts and technologists sit before a wall covered in video …

Big Data Policing in the Big Apple

In a recent interview with the <i>New York Times</i>, Police Chief William Bratton stated his intention to bring "predictive policing" technologies to New York. As a strong proponent of predictive policing in Los Angeles and other places, the question remains only when Chief Bratton will adopt these …

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