Our police officers are better equipped to predict and prevent crime.
Chief Rodney Moore
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department
How do you use data that's scattered across more than a dozen law enforcement databases to figure out when and where crimes are likely to occur?
You automate the process, with analytic dashboards that help you analyze crime statistics, identify trends, and model resource allocations on the fly.
Command staff, crime analysts, and patrol officers are better equipped to fight crime with cutting-edge tech such as predictive and location analytics.
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For law enforcement agencies like the Charlotte-Mecklenburg PD, gleaning insight from data is only part of the challenge. That insight needs to get into the hands of officers, analysts, and other stakeholders – so they can use it to thwart a bank robbery or stop a violent crime.
The same goes for employees on the frontlines in every industry – they make better decisions with real-time data and analytics at their fingertips.
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“I know we are confident in the data and analytics we use to keep the public safe.”
“I know our users spend more time analyzing data and less time fighting it.”
“I know our users have the freedom to analyze any metric on their own.”
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