Smarter Government: Intelligent Law Enforcement & Analytics to Help Keep Communities Safe

Public Safety agencies are in the midst of a transformation. Cities such as St. Louis are turning analytics into actionable insights, uncovering trends in real time to fight crime and to help keep our communities safe. Despite new technologies, public safety organizations are still challenged to effectively manage the volume and variety of data to improve public safety outcomes. Although challenges remain, the key to safe communities and intelligent law enforcement is grounded in leveraging crime analytics.
Register below to hear from experts and learn more about the challenges public safety agencies are facing and how new strategies can help fight crime, reduce costs, and increase efficiency. Specifically, participants will:
  • Hear from public sector professionals on the current challenges and lessons learned in Public Safety.
  • Hear from Dr. Rick Rosenfeld, Curators Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of Missouri and criminologist in residence at the Metropolitan St. Louis Police Department, on how the city of St. Louis used analytics to fight crime, improve safety, and increase productivity.
  • Learn more about Intelligent Law Enforcement Operations and how it applies to your city or state.
  • Leverage the public safety operational and business process lessons learned into other areas of your agency.
Keeping our communities safe is a critical factor in their economic viability. Join us and listen to what some of the greatest crime fighters have in common!

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