In the latest issue of Police Chief Magazine, Atlanta Police Chief George Turner co-authored an article about his department's innovative use of PredPol - and how predictive policing has reduced crime in Atlanta. The story is below - for the complete link click here. We pride ourselves on being a department that is not satisfied with the...
Imagine thwarting a crime even before it occurs by predicting when and where it will happen. Shades of the 2002 Tom Cruise futuristic action thriller Minority Report? Well, in a way yes. No ‘precogs” are being tethered to a computer yet, but some police agencies south of the border are experimenting with analytics technologies and what is being...
WHYY's Elizabeth Fiedler (90.9 in Philadelphia) highlighted PredPol's deployment in Reading, PA this week. The story coincides with the International Association of Chief's of Police Conference in Philadelphia, which PredPol is participating. Here is the story:
CBS Atlanta featured PredPol on their evening new program - the segment highlighted the recent deployment in Norcross, Georgia and the early successes seen with the program. Here is the link.
The Atlanta Magazine featured PredPol and a recent deployment by Norcross Police. The article, written by Josh Green, can be seen here - or read below:
The Norcross, Georgia Police Department implemented PredPol this past week - and they've already seen some successes.
Alhambra, California Police Department's usage of PredPol (and the success with the program) was highlighted in the international publication Global Times. Here is the story:
The Kent Police Department used PredPol for a "weekend blitz" to prevent violent crime according to the Kent News. Here is the article:
The Carlsbad (California) Police Department has joined with PredPol to help deploy resources more effectively and aim to reduce crime in Carlsbad. Here is the story from Coast News:
NPR's All Things Considered did a national feature story on Seattle Police's usage of PredPol - in addition, NPR noted that Seattle Police have just begun using the predictive policing program for gun violence predictions. The following provides an overview of the story by Martin Kaste.