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Smarter law enforcement through data-driven government

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Overview

The realities of modern law enforcement mean police chiefs and city officials need modern ways to ensure public safety. They have a lot of challenges in front of them, but there are effective solutions available. Analytic and collaboration tools can support better decisions and act as a force multiplier to enable crimefighters to do more with less. This video features Brian Cotton, global vice president, ICT, Frost & Sullivan.

Interested in learning more? See the companion video, "Smarter public safety through data-driven government." 

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held in the not too distant future
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a lot about we think today is as science fiction
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is going to become a reality
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predicting crimes we can do that today we can take that data
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and and analyzer and to be able to predict what could happen
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card
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don't want to be in a situation we having to react
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you wanna be proactive it is
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synthesizing the data to make the police force more effective but it's also
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giving them tools
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to share that information that and to really look beyond
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what they've got right now
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so by giving but a police
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frontline responders tools to
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have a better picture of what's going on situation awareness
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and then having them essentially prepared to pull out action plans
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to make sure that things don't happen yeah that's a force multiplier
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evolves technology hair really does enable cities and
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agencies do a lot more with less
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it's important to understand too that that
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all these capabilities in incident emergency management
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or in law enforcement a lot of different areas on
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it relies on the collaboration between
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a number of different agent me a lot of moving parts no one
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agency or apartment was gonna be able to do it all
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and the ability to elaborate
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around calming situational where
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comment operator picture on have
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real time shared understanding means that always moving
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heart can a lot more singles together
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and layering this what if scenario planning in our joint
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coordinated actions his ATT's take and so you get a lot of
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all a lot of people working together around we know what do
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rather than up a lot of people walking around saying
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what should we do what can we do you know
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of
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or I'd