Crime Analysis

Crime Analysis

Troup County, Georgia picture of the Government Center.

E-911 Center Modernizes Their Mapping Application

Troup County, GA uses GIS for Public Safety.

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Avoyelles Parish, LA: GIS and 911

Avoyelles Parish 911 Center Vantage Points Dispatch & Address for PTS

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Oak Lawn, IL train station at night. The village uses GIS for public safety.

Oak Lawn, Illinois: GIS and 911

Major Public Safety GIS Upgrades

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Lenoir County, NC Emergency Operations Center (EOC) building. The center uses GIS for public safety.

GIS for E-911 Call Centers

Lenoir County, NC discovers the Vantage Points advantage.

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Police and Sheriff departments need GIS for crime analysis. Leveraging crime data such as location, time, and crime type, GIS can be used to perform a variety of analysis tasks. View what kind of crimes occur at specific locations and at certain times. Compare crime trends from month to month to predict future activity. In a modern world, public safety departments need to be quick and accurate with data. GTG’s crime analysis software is an Esri-based technology that integrates data from any Records Management System (RMS). View data with GIS crime analytical tools that spatially enable your RMS. Search based on criteria such as geography, incident type, date and time ranges, responding officers, suspects, and more.

The analysis tool also features predictive analysis, social media integration, incident playback, heatmaps and reporting, license plate reader integration, and common operational picture.

The fire analysis tool also features predictive analysis, social media integration, incident playback, heatmaps and reporting, license plate reader integration, and common operational picture.