The mapping of crime can help law enforcement protect citizens more effectively, and understand where and how crimes occur in order to prevent future crimes taking place.
Simple maps that display the locations where crimes or concentrations of crimes have occurred can be used to direct patrols to where they are most needed. More complex maps can be utilised by policymakers to analyse trends in criminal activity and can be invaluable in solving criminal cases.
Whether using commercial software, for example, ArcGIS, I2 and Palantir, or open source tools such as QGIS and CrimeStat, our team can provide you with advice and support to ensure that the appropriate software meets your systems.
We provide a range of support options and further information upon request.