In order to improve organizational effectiveness, law enforcement needs access to their information in real time and the ability to serve it up by role at all levels of the department.
The Command Staff needs high-level perspectives on crime trends, budget status, personnel matters, and more. Investigators and analysts need the ability to dig deeply into various resources to identify crime series, hot spots, and suspects. Patrol needs to know what has happened in the last few days in a very specific geography. However, one of the big hurdles that prevents many law enforcement organizations from effective information management is the pervasiveness of fragmented systems.
This demonstration will show how various data sources can be harmonized and enable intelligent information distribution across the organization through easy-to-use portals, management dashboards, and advanced analytics.
Ted deSaussure is Information Builders’ Public Sector Solutions Manager concentrating in implementations that have been delivered across the country. In his 20+ years in the business intelligence space he has been instrumental in designing, developing and deploying solutions that provide strategic value to a wide variety of organizations. In the public safety space, Ted has directly participated in implementations at the Michigan State Police, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office, Montgomery County Maryland Police Department, Houston Texas Police Department, and Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services.