Modern law enforcement takes advantage of smart maps—visualized information and location analytics—to empower frontline officers and commanders with better decision making. It’s simple. Maps make information actionable. Esri technology makes it easy to integrate every data type and apply advanced analytic tools for solving problems, predicting crime, and protecting citizens.
Tom K. Casady, Director of Public Safety, Lincoln, Nebraska
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Esri technology helps the Seattle Police Department track crime as it happens. The department’s new Real-Time Crime Center equips crime analysts, information-technology experts, and detectives with GIS to provide patrol officers with up-to-the-minute information about crimes in progress.
South San Francisco's IT department created an app for the city's police department that helped officers visualize reports from the field while investigating a murder case from 1976.
Oakland Police Department’s web-based apps transform crime data from spreadsheets to interactive maps. The public app allows residents to view incident reports in near real-time while the internal app administers detailed crime information to each area commander.
The Police Foundation and Esri are collaborating on an open data portal to guide users of police open data. The partnership is part of a White House initiative to improve police performance and strengthen departments’ relationships with the communities they serve.
Smart mapping is a proven technology already underpinning the planning and development for the world’s emerging smart cities and it continuously assists in improving services and programs under health, public safety and national security.
See how these tools can be automated and operationalized using Web GIS to support a complete predictive policing strategy.
Integrating smart geospatial tools into daily operations helps Seattle Police Department better serve the community when something unexpected happens.
See how you can leverage geospatial technology to profile crimes and analyze data to help your agency make informed decisions.
The ArcGIS Platform empowers more than 6,000 sworn officers and detectives by integrating all of their systems into a common shared platform.
Esri's Crime Analysis Toolbox helps agencies with tools that support crime prediction using repeat and near repeat victimization analysis.
ArcGIS Open Data enables law enforcement agencies to become more transparent and engage the community through the power of maps.
This is the first installment of our 2016 law enforcement webinar series highlighting how the ArcGIS location platform addresses policing challenges.
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July 8 – 11, 2017
San Diego, California
July 10 – 14, 2017
San Diego, CA
Esri is proud to team with leading organizations to bring you the right solution.
Get started quickly with maps and apps that are pre-configured to meet your agency’s needs.
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Bradshaw Consulting Services provides GIS solutions to commercial and government clients in the mobile, addressing and public safety sectors.
CyberTech brings the latest capabilities of Cloud and mobile solutions while incorporating the most cost effective delivery options to clients.
Azavea is an award-winning software design and development firm that specializes in developing advanced solutions for web and mobile geospatial data visualization and analysis.
Uncharted Software provides business visualization software solutions for federal government agencies, and Fortune 500 and third-party software companies.
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