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Gangs Blamed in Almost Half of San Diego Homicides in '07

October 8, 2008

Nearly half the homicides with known motives in San Diego County last year were at the hands of gangs, according to a study looking at victims and suspects of violent crime.

ePolicing GIS

October 1, 2008
Crime Maps allows users to view updated crime activity anywhere in a police department’s jurisdiction with the new addition of satellite imagery. It is a part of a suite of applications created by ePolicing, a partnership of Los Angeles firms Lightray Productions and Psomas.

ArcGIS 9.3

October 1, 2008
Whether you need to perform spatial analysis, manage large amounts of spatial data, or produce cartographically appealing maps to aid in decision making, ArcGIS allows you to use one common platform to meet all your GIS needs. And because ArcGIS is built using technology standards, it will integrate well with your existing systems.

Illegal immigrants Who Return After Deportation Commit More Crimes, Study Finds

September 8, 2008
Illegal immigrants who have been deported at least once from the United States are far more likely than other immigrants to repeatedly commit crimes, according to a study by the nonprofit Rand Corp.

Crime Mapping

December 1, 2007
CrimeReports allows law enforcement agencies to provide neighborhood crime information to citizens in near real-time and empowers citizen participation in community policing. The service is free to the public and allows citizens to receive alerts automatically via e-mail when crimes occur within a specified distance of their homes.

Crime Analysis Program

July 1, 2007
ATAC (Automated Tactical Analysis of Crime) is a software solution that helps crime analysts isolate, identify, track, and defeat crime patterns, trends, and series using an easy-to-use and powerful graphical interface. ATAC also provides the tools necessary to perform strategic and administrative crime analysis functions.

Knowledge Computing Intel Lead Module for COPLINK

January 1, 2006
Knowledge Computing’s new Intel Lead module is an enhanced analytical application that allows law enforcement to more effectively share information and tease qualified leads out of raw data at the earliest stages of criminal and intelligence investigations. This software lets officers enter information from active investigations into a segregated database that continuously searches across multiple databases in the COPLINK node to identify relationships and patterns relevant to an investigation.

i2 ChartExplorer Intel Software

November 1, 2005
New in i2’s family of analysis products is ChartExplorer, an intel enhancement tool for law enforcement that gathers various information from files in the company’s flagship product, Analyst’s Notebook, as well as other documents into easily readable charts. This software allows you to retrieve chart information ranked by relevance, preview it for context, and add relevant items to your investigation analysis

Slicing the Pie

November 1, 2004

The first phase of the Iraq War alone cost $79 billion and more than $100 billion may be spent on the reconstruction of Iraq. Back at home, American cities received only a relative pittance to fund their new homeland security duties, despite being deemed the front lines of response to terrorist attacks.

Be On the Lookout

October 1, 2004

Numerous high-tech gadgets are now being deployed by law enforcement to catch or stop car thieves.

Death Takes A Holiday

June 1, 2003

The murder rate has been dropping nationwide, and nowhere is it dropping faster than on the streets of America's formerly most dangerous cities.

Don’t Stop Fighting the War on Gangs

December 1, 2001

Don't stop fighting the war on gangs.

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