Policing webinar series

Keeping Communities Safe by Empowering Law Enforcement to Make Better, Faster, Informed Decisions

About this series:

Improve community and officer safety. Reduce crime and victimization. And optimize criminal justice resources. With SAS you can combine diverse data from all sources across the criminal justice system and beyond into an accurate, consistent, complete view of offenders. Magistrates, clerks, and law enforcement and corrections officers can then access that information in a broad, easy-to-understand view.

Webinars

Now Available On-Demand

STOP gesture with hand

Domestic Violence is on the rise: How can Police Forces improve efficiency in domestic violence cases & avoid further harm to victims?

A hidden consequence of the global lockdown resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic, domestic violence is on the increase and police forces should be ready for reports of domestic violence to increase both during the lockdown and in the aftermath.  

03 June 2020 | 11:00 am BST

Empty Street London

Fraud is not on lockdown: How police forces can make use of data & digital evidence to improve their service and keep communities safe.

As a result of COVID-19, organised criminals are becoming more innovative in their approach. During this webinar, we will discuss how the use of analytics can provide real-time, actionable insights resulting in improved risk assessments and allocation of police resources.

17 June 2020 | 11:00 am BST

Hacker hacking the server in the dark web

Is the Dark Web actually anonymous? How can police forces leverage dark web data to support the investigation process and track organised crime activities?

In this webinar you will learn how to investigate Darknet markets, how to uncover the relationship between actors and how to identify connections between the “cyber” and the “real” world, proving that anonymization provided by TOR and the use of advanced crypto wallets is not a show stopper for law enforcement.   

01 July 2020 | 11:00 am BST

British police constable on London streets

A Case Study: An (anonymised) real-life terrorism investigation using SAS Intelligence tools.

During this webinar, we will illustrate how providing analysts with the ability to use different types of analytics within a single workflow process enables both better and faster insights into a real-life problem.  

Upcoming Webinars

abstract dots and connector matrix

Forecasting: Using modern forecasting and predictive techniques to inform decision making and improve resource management.

abstract dots and connector matrix

A Single View of the Truth: How police forces can use modern networking techniques to gain a fuller picture from all the data available to them

Blue background with radiance circles

Public Safety & Criminal Justice Agencies Working Smarter with SAS

Volvo and Mack Trucks

CASE STUDY

 

Gloucestershire Constabulary

Constabulary cleans up its data and gains new intelligence

Volvo and Mack Trucks

CASE STUDY

 

The British Army’s Land Forces Headquarters

SAS Transforms Data Integration to Deliver Future-Proofed Manpower Planning

USG

CASE STUDY

 

Delaware State Police

use the SAS® Memex Platform to identify suspects and solve crimes

Connected circles on teal, green, and blue background texture with teal radiance

SAS Law Enforcement & Public Safety Experts

Andy Davies

Andy Davies
Public Sector Client Manager
bio

Antonio Navarro

Antonio Navarro
Sr Fraud Solutions Expert at SAS
EMEA Fraud Strategy Team
bio

Ash Varsani

Ash Varsani
UK Specialist Financial Crime and AML
bio

Emmanuel Jacque

Emmanuel Jacque
Fraud & Security Intelligence Team
Principal – Fraud & Security Intelligence Solutions, EMEA & AP
bio

John Gillon

John Gillon
Fraud & Security Intelligence Team
Industry Consultant
bio

Antonio Navarro

Jonathan Tottman
AP Policing and Public Security Team (PST)
Senior Industry Consultant
bio

Patrick Maher

Patrick Maher
Principal Solutions Architect
bio

Valerio Mosca

Valerio Mosca
Solution Architect/ System Engineer,
Government and Healthcare Solutions
bio

Colin Field

Colin Field
Fraud & Security Intelligence Team
Senior Industry Consultant
bio

How SAS® Is Used in Public Safety & Criminal Justice

Enable smarter investigations and better decisions for citizen safety.   

Enhance law enforcement and public safety with a structured environment for collecting, managing and analyzing intelligence data.

Gather and manage intelligence, conduct complex investigations, and improve investigative processes and workflows.

Get in touch

Back to Top