Future Directions of Crime Analysis

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      [Future Directions of Crime Reports]

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      SUBJECT: I think that as far as looking at the future of crimeanalysis, it seems like, at least, right nowprojecting from what you're seeing, everybody sort of focuson where the discussions happening,I think that what we've all struggledwith in crime analysis is the conceptof actionable intelligence.So the idea that it takes us a weekto pull the data together, get the reports,

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      SUBJECT [continued]: get everything together, do our analysis,and get the analytical product out there, and by the time thathappens, we're three days late.You know, so what you're seeing now,I think it will-- some of the fusion center levelsand even down to a lot of agenciesare starting their own what they mightcall real-time analytical pods or real-time working groups,is this desire to actually do a better

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      SUBJECT [continued]: job of culling that data from your dispatch systems,and your record systems, and some other systems out there,and being able to turn that aroundinto real-time actionable intelligence.So going from seeing these calls happen,seeing these things taking place as they'recoming into the dispatch center, getting informationback out to the operations divisionso that they can redeploy the resources that they

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      SUBJECT [continued]: have to get on top of that problem now,rather than a week later.

Future Directions of Crime Analysis

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DJ Rogers explains that time is one of the biggest challenges in crime analysis, because it takes so much time to put together actionable intelligence. In the future, he sees analysis becoming faster and less centralized.

Future Directions of Crime Analysis

DJ Rogers explains that time is one of the biggest challenges in crime analysis, because it takes so much time to put together actionable intelligence. In the future, he sees analysis becoming faster and less centralized.

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