E-book Details How GIS Technology Has Become The Newest Crime-Fighting Tool

– Geographic Approach Helps Law Enforcement Reduce Crime & Protect Public Safety –


AURORA, Colo. – August 18, 2014 – American Sentinel University’s new e-book, ‘GIS for Crime Analysis, Law Enforcement and Public Safety,’ profiles how geographic information systems (GIS) has become an effective new crime-fighting tool used by law enforcement agencies to uncover criminal patterns that would be otherwise impossible to identify. The complimentary e-book is available for download at http://www.americansentinel.edu/blog/2014/06/24/new-e-book-gis-for-crime-analysis-law-enforemcent-and-public-safety/

GIS technology merges and manages massive amounts of law enforcement data into geodatabases that instantly analyze, map and aggregate data and provide law enforcement agencies with actionable intelligence to fight crime.

Senior Cpl. D.J. Beaty, police GIS and geospatial analyst for the Dallas Police Department is featured in the e-book and shares insight about how his use of GIS and geospatial analysis has improved the ability to fight crime to ensure public safety.

“Crime is not uniformly distributed and identifying high crime areas or hot spots is significant for strategic and tactical approaches for law enforcement agencies,” says Sr. Cpl. Beaty. “New situations require new strategies and solutions. GIS analysis helps law enforcement agencies prioritize and allocate resources to targeted areas to address specific criminal activity. By implementing a geographic approach to analyze crime, the Dallas Police Department can efficiently and effectively meet the challenge of reducing crime in our community.”

Location-based Data Creates Actionable Intelligence for Law Enforcement
The advanced spatial analysis of crime data continues to change the ways in which modern policing occurs. GIS provides the geographic advantage for law enforcement agencies to combat crime by using computers, analysis and programming skills to make predictions based on proprietary algorithms.

‘GIS for Crime Analysis, Law Enforcement and Public Safety’ is a must-read for law enforcement professionals whose organization or company plans to implement new, or enhance existing GIS technology. The e-book provides valuable insight about why GIS is on forefront of cutting-edge technology, the Dallas Police Department’s successful use of GIS to combat crime and offers a guide for law enforcement professionals to enhance their educational and professional goals.

Topics include:

  •   Technology and Its Application
  •   Types of Users
  •   Training and Background


“As more law enforcement agencies embrace GIS, overall public safety can be enhanced through better crime prevention strategies, improved response times, interagency data sharing, cooperation and collaboration to ultimately see reduced crime rates through the community,” says Stephen A. McElroy, Ph.D., GIS program chair at American Sentinel University.  “GIS has opened a world of new tools for law enforcement and given practitioners in the field a way to advance their careers while making a significant contribution to public safety and order.”

Download American Sentinel’s New E-book to Learn About the Use of GIS Technology in Crime Analysis, Law Enforcement and Public Safety
‘GIS for Crime Analysis, Law Enforcement and Public Safety’ is now available for download at http://www.americansentinel.edu/blog/2014/06/24/new-e-book-gis-for-crime-analysis-law-enforemcent-and-public-safety/

Learn More About American Sentinel University’s GIS Degree Programs
American Sentinel is one of the few higher education institutions to offer an accredited, online Bachelor of Science Geographic Information Systems (BSGIS) degree. The bachelor’s program prepares students to analyze, interpret and effectively communicate spatial data while providing insights into GIS to solve workplace problems.

Learn more about American Sentinel University’s GIS degrees at http://www.americansentinel.edu/geospatial

About American Sentinel University
American Sentinel University delivers the competitive advantages of accredited associate, bachelor's and master's online degree programs focused on the needs of high-growth sectors, including information technology, computer science, GIS masters programs, online GIS certificates, computer information systems and business intelligence degrees. The university is accredited by the Distance Education and Training Council (DETC), which is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as a nationally recognized accrediting agency and is a recognized member of the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. For required student consumer information, please visit: http://www.americansentinel.edu/doe

 



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