The Michigan State Police: Data Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety
Join us for an enlightening webcast to learn how the Michigan State Police (MSP) developed sophisticated dashboards, analytics, and reports to assist law enforcement in obtaining a comprehensive view of crime and traffic incidents in their state. Leveraging the cloud, law enforcement agencies from across the state can access this information, perform queries, print reports, and do side-by-side comparisons. The results: lower crime and safer roadways.
See how MSP has been able to capture statewide data, share it as a shared service, and support data-driven decision-making and intelligent policing across jurisdictions.
Presented by Katie Bower, Assistant Division Director, Criminal Justice Information Center, Michigan State Police
Ms. Bower is responsible for the administration of legislatively mandated programs and central repositories for criminal histories, sex offenders, handgun registrations, concealed handgun licenses, traffic accidents, and crime data. She is also responsible for the administration of the Law Enforcement Information Network, Freedom of Information (FOI) Unit, Audit and Training Section, the department's Records Management and Officer Daily Systems, and the Criminal Justice Information Network.
The webcast will be co-presented by Denise Barnes, Dashboard Specialist, Michigan State Police