Transform Policing With Analytics and Evidence-Based Practices
Learn how using evidence-based practices and advanced analytics can help law enforcement make better decisions and improve outcomes for both agencies and the communities they serve.
Nov. 10 • 1 p.m. ET • Cost: Complimentary
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About the webinar
Evidence-based policing is a modern framework that enables the use of research findings to develop strategies that are best designed to reduce crime and disorder while maintaining the trust and confidence of the public.
Using intelligence from analytically driven approaches, the policing profession can incorporate these types of research findings into every decision.
It’s important to know what works so data can be used to improve outcomes and make more timely and accurate decisions.
This allows command staff and agents to continue their mission most effectively.
This approach can also examine staff action to identify strategies proven ineffective by research to ensure that you are being the best public stewards possible.
- Learn how to develop a culture of true analytics and evidence-based policing.
- Generate successful crime reduction strategies with stratified policing methods.
- Get the latest on alternative policing responses to emotional distress-related calls for service and behavioral health policing.
About the Experts
Greenville, SC Police Department
Maj. William Crotty
Delaware State Police
Senior Advisor, Security & Justice, Deloitte Canada
Shon F. Barnes
Chief of Police, City of Madison
Steve Shirley (moderator)
Director of Public Safety Solutions, SAS
At SAS, we love bold questions. And when we combine our analytics leadership with the innovative technology and expertise of our partners, we help our customers turn data into answers. That’s the kind of curiosity that moves the world forward. That’s the Power of the Partner.
SAS, Intel and Deloitte are working together to deliver the power of advanced analytics – helping law enforcement be the change to better serve, protect and elevate people and communities.