Modern law enforcement agencies need location-based data to protect and engage the communities they serve. Many are seeking new ways to improve their relationship with the communities they serve and rebuild public trust that has been eroded by inequitable policing practices. Use ArcGIS Solutions to understand trends, increase transparency, and allocate departmental resources effectively.
Monitor public safety incidents
Daily Activity Dashboard can be used to visualize calls for service and incidents sourced from computer-aided dispatch or records management systems and monitor daily activity.
Perform crime analysis
Engage the public
Develop tactical plans
Tactical Operation Planner can be used to create tactical operation plans for active shooter, barricaded gunmen, and other high-risk operations.
Tactical Operation Surveillance can be used to collect field intelligence that supports tactical operation plans at a given location.
Tactical Operation Dashboard can be used to access and review current and pending tactical operation plans.
Manage special events
Reduce traffic fatalities
Traffic Crash Analysis can be used to analyze crash data and identify streets and intersections where concentrations of serious and fatal crashes occur.
Vision Zero can be used to solicit transportation hazards and dangerous traffic behaviors on roadways from bikers, drivers, pedestrians, and others using public streets.
Organize foundational data
Address Data Management can be used to maintain an authoritative inventory of road centerlines with address ranges, valid road names, site addresses, and related mailing addresses.
Address Field Operations can be used to crowdsource missing address information from stakeholders, manage address fieldwork, and collect and verify address information while in the field.
Road Closures can be used to maintain an inventory of road closures and communicate closures and detours to travelers.
Homeless Point-in-Time Counts can be used to conduct point-in-time counts of sheltered and unsheltered homeless individuals.
Homeless Risk Reduction can be used to identify where regular reports of homeless activity may originate and address regular reports of homelessness activity in a community.
Homeless Outreach can be used to educate the public and help individuals experiencing homelessness find available resources.