A pilot program recently implemented in the Netherlands leverages augmented reality to send visual guidance from remote experts to crime scene investigators in the field.
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Technology is changing the way we communicate, do our jobs, and keep our communities safe. With advanced crime analytics, public safety organizations have the opportunity to proactively reduce crime without additional resources. To show how technology is helping keep communities safe, GovLoop and IBM® partnered to create digital resources and trainings centered on the transformative... Read more »
Police departments across the U.S. are piloting crime prevention programs that rely on a smart analysis of historical crime data in neighborhoods across their cities. And they are finding that they can cut burglaries by as much as 27 percent! City police departments across the country are turning traditional police officers into “data detectives.” Police... Read more »
This is the final blog post of the Smarter Cities: Building Safer Communities in the Digital Age series. This series explores how analytics has empowered the street level bureaucrat, redefining the way public safety officials keep communities safe. Across the country, public safety organizations are leveraging crime analytics to improve efficiencies and connecting employees to... Read more »
This is part 2 of 3 of a blog series on Smarter Cities: Building Safer Communities in the Digital Age. This series explores how analytics has empowered the street level bureaucrat, redefining the way public safety officials keep communities safe. Across the country, public safety organizations have leveraged crime analytics to improve efficiencies, connect workers... Read more »
Teamwork between different law enforcement agencies is one of the key concepts to keep children safe. This was perhaps the most discussed topic at a town hall meeting held by the Harris County Sheriff’s Office last night. By Lilia Bonilla The meeting was held at the North Campus of San Jacinto Community College. Representatives from... Read more »
Post Highlights GovLoop releases new report: Identifying the Promise of GIS for Government GIS has enabled significant advances in crime reduction Highlights unique examples of GIS technology use for crime reduction The GovLoop report, Identifying the Promise of GIS for Government, focuses on best practices, case studies and identifies innovative uses of geographic information system... Read more »
Here is today’s federal cybersecurity and information technology news: The Transportation Security Administration has failed to comply with a year-old U.S. Court of Appeals order to hold public hearings to decide on body scanner rules and regulations. More here. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is seeking technology that can spot criminals and terrorists by recognizing... Read more »
Launched in October, Bridgeport police say the iWatch Bridgeport app is the future of policing. "In a city that has 143,000 people and 18 square miles, and 400 cops working 24 hours a day, this is the ultimate cop," said Lt. David Daniels III. So how does it work? "When you want to submit a... Read more »