Law enforcement agencies are looking for ways to effectively use data to proactively maintain public safety. But roadblocks linger around every turn. Mounting data housed in numerous locations, shrinking budgets and stretched resources make it difficult to even access up-to-date information.
View this on-demand webinar to hear more about how SAS® and Memex solutions combine to elevate your crime and intelligence analytics efforts. Hear how delivering reliable, timely and accurate data can transform your efforts in:
- Reducing crime and victimization by identifying emerging crime trends and patterns in criminal activity.
- Enhancing public and officer safety by applying sophisticated yet easy to use analytical tools.
- Using the power of visual analytics to help you identify and understand the threats facing your organization and community.
- Optimizing the allocation of finite resources by allowing less time to be spent on building analytic reports and more time to be spent on understanding them.
SAS and Memex solutions have been deployed in dozens of fusion centers, state police and major police departments across the US for more than 20 years. Register now to learn how they can help you.
Lt. Dale Peet
Michigan State Police (retired)
During 23 years with MSP, Peet worked as a trooper, detective trooper, detective sergeant, multi-jurisdictional narcotics team leader, post commander and, most recently, the Commander of the Michigan Intelligence Operations Center.
Capt. Steve Serrao
New Jersey State Police (retired)
During 25 years with NJSP, Serrao had assignments in intelligence management and analysis and counterterrorism, and served as the Intelligence Commander and Special Assistant to the Superintendent.
Crime Analyst, SAS
Prior to joining SAS, Morgan spent 15 years as a crime analyst for a municipal police department. She used SAS tools to complete statistical analyses and develop reports for officers of all levels to meet a variety of needs, including resource allocation and deployment and problem oriented policing.