Full list of Crime Software results
Ala. police will fight crime with all-seeing live technology–
A $1.5 million approval is pending for the city of Birmingham to have a Real Time Crime Center
Algorithm helps NYPD spot crime patterns–
A software allows crime analysts stationed in each department to compare crimes logged into NYPD's database
Expand the capabilities of your agency’s existing RMS and devices–
TBL Systems, Inc.
TBL Systems' mobile platform helps agencies of any size modernize their operations and scale to their needs
Uncover the hidden messages in graffiti–
When the crime is the evidence, a web-based tool can help you investigate even after tagging or gang graffiti is removed or painted over
How AI software could monitor real-time camera feeds to detect criminal behavior–
Using AI and facial recognition software for real-time crime reporting is the next logical progression in how police are already using existing technology
IACP Quick Take: How data-driven policing reduces violent crime–
Technology provides cops with real-time analysis to inform crime reduction strategies specific to their communities
WatchGuard Video unveils revolutionary connected technology for in-car, BWC systems–
VISTA WiFi integrates in-car and body-worn camera systems allocating the recording decision to any camera within a synched group.
8 features analytics software offers to solve crimes–
Learn how Hitachi’s Visualization Platform helps agencies make sense of the myriad data and video collected by officers on the street and third-party camera systems.
How to win a grant for crime analytics software–
Grant funding for new technology systems is competitive, but these tips will help make your submission stand out.
PoliceOne Webinar: How to pay for predictive crime analytics software with a SMART policing grant–
Learn how to win grant money for much-needed predictive crime analytics software
Are LE agencies ready to turn video evidence into actionable intelligence?–
PoliceOne recently asked readers if they were capable of turning video evidence into usable intelligence to solve crime. Here’s what we learned.