Combining RMS, CAD and Sensor Data for Proactive Policing

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Jeff King, JPS Solutions Architect, Microsoft

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Law enforcement agencies are looking for new ways to proactively fight crime and keep their communities safe. However, how do they begin to address some of the challenges brought forth by the 21st century criminal? Criminals are becoming smarter, leveraging technologies like mobile phones, encrypted communication networks, social media, and the internet to help them become more efficient in how they commit crimes. In response, law enforcement agencies are building their own technology arsenals: investing in sensor-based technologies designed to act as ‘force multipliers,’ such as cameras, gunshot detectors, license plate readers, vehicle locators, and social media monitoring tools, all designed to provide real-time data for agencies. While these sensors provide key intelligence for a real-time crime center, challenges still exist in how agencies use this data. In this session, you’ll see a demonstration of how some agencies are building using data in a new way. By aggregating data streams like CAD/RMS with their LPR and AVL systems into a single view, they become smarter in managing their teams, investigating crime, and responding to 911 calls. Join this webcast to learn how to: Leverage and combine data CAD, RMS, LPR, and other real-time data capture systems to proactively police Use new data driven tools to facilitate and speed-up post crime investigation Deploy officers and design patrol boundaries more effectively This webcast is part of our Empowering digital transformation in law enforcement webcast series. Sign up for this session, or the entire series today!

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