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Real-Time Crime Centers: Case Studies

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Real-Time Crime Centers: Case Studies
Published: June 28, 2018 Content info: 17 Pages

This IDC Perspective details six global case studies of real-time crime centers (RTCCs), drawing out key insights into implementation costs, timelines, software, and infrastructure deployed."Real-time crime centers centralize and amalgamate the vast array of information and data that law enforcement requires to respond to crime quickly. Analytics and visualization solutions provide better insight and evidence and present the information in a more intuitive format, making it easier to consume," said Dr. Alison Brooks, director, Smart Cities Strategies and Public Safety.

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Product Code: US43994718

Executive Snapshot

Situation Overview

  • Overview
  • Variants
  • Why Are Real-Time Intelligence Centers Important?
    • Quicker, More Comprehensive Information Collection, Analysis, and Transfer
    • Optimized Insights, Evidence Management, and Proactive Decision Making
  • Case Studies
    • New York City RTCC
      • Key Solutions Underpinning the RTCC
      • Benefits
      • Key Success Factors and Recommendations
    • Seattle Police Department RTCC
      • Data Privacy and Surveillance Issues
      • Economic Sustainability and Mixed Resourcing Models
      • Guidance
    • Calgary Police Service RTOC
      • RTOC Technology Highlights
      • RTOC Benefits
      • Guidance
    • New South Wales Regional Fire Service RTOC
      • Physical Configuration
      • Technology
      • Guidance
    • Detroit Police Department RTCC
      • Technology
      • Implementation and Costs
      • Implementation Challenges
      • Benefits
      • Guidance
    • York Regional Police RTOC
      • Key Technology Deployed
        • Active Operating Picture
        • Information Builders
      • Benefits
      • Guidance

Advice for the Technology Buyer

  • People
  • Process
  • Technology and Infrastructure

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  • Related Research
  • Synopsis
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