Whether it’s a working patrol, criminal investigator, analyzing regularities and interrelationships or managerial staff, GIS is a key technology for every aspect of police activities.
The reason – law enforcement agencies face complex problems and challenges, which are geospatial. Every policeman knows that the criminals commit crimes in known to them regions, close to their homes. With the powerful tools of ESRI, on the base of spatial analysis, they can detect and arrest criminals, to resolve complex police cases, to analyze the density of the crimes and to take action to prevent them based on an assessment of the hotspots.
ESRI GIS technology allows to:
• Visualizing the location of the objects, including 3D
• Managing the information in real time
• Identification of trends and interrelationships
• Analyzing the density of the hotspots
• Modeling and predicting
• Assessment of vulnerability
• Simulation scenarios
• Available recourses identification and management, including mobile team management
• Realization of the interaction between the structures of state and local governments and companies operating critical infrastructures
• Many others