Are you making the most of the opportunities created by your team’s use of body-worn cameras? Discover how you can enlist the help you need to allow you to take full advantage of this essential law enforcement technology.
Today, just about every event anywhere in the world seems to be captured on video by a security camera, smart phone camera or body worn camera. Body cameras for public safety and law enforcement professionals is a hot topic as agencies purchase equipment and set up new policies.
Data analytics is fueling new strategies in law enforcement from the federal level down to local departments. Whether it's finding patterns across time and location, predicting new threats or linking resources to responders during major events, data is the future of proactive emergency plans.
Heroin addiction is fueling the crime rate in Manchester, New Hampshire, and its police department needed real-time data to determine where crimes were likely to occur to enable the department to proactively prevent those crimes from happening. Take a pictorial journey to see how the Manchester
Advanced analytics can help law enforcement officials across jurisdictions assist one another in predicting and preventing criminal activity. In particular, analysts, investigators and detectives can collaborate to share information to help detect threats and identify criminals.
Technological innovation is creating a connected world and a smarter planet, but it’s also fueling new threats. When security experts and thought leaders couple their expertise with a full range of data, including dark data, they can create advanced human-led intelligence solutions that can act
The proliferation of illegal, nonprescription drugs in towns and cities across the US continues to be a major headache for law enforcement because of criminal behavior closely tied to the illicit drug trade. Discover six key points of knowledge gained by a real-life application of IBM SPSS
Criminals today are much more agile than ever and have moved from picking pockets to picking our private data and wreaking havoc on governments, hospitals and schools. Are we as citizens to blame with our oversharing of data and demand for connected devices? Law enforcement needs to employ
The Internet and our social feeds are chock full of blogs, news and articles on the strides that the public sector is making with big data and analytics. This Public Sector News series skims the wires and pulls out the most interesting articles that gives us fodder for thought and debate.